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It’s the first single-sex college in the country to have a published policy for transgender applicants.
Attorney general calls on pro bono lawyers to help hundreds of young Central American arrivals.
Massive amount of water lost in drought no longer weighs down the land, causing it to rise.
As many run from the Ebola outbreak, a doctor trained at Loma Linda University has run to help.
Poll finds two-thirds of likely voters say they back measure to expand state’s power to regulate rates.
Montague, near Mount Shasta, relies on a reservoir that’s down 90 percent from normal this summer.
Women receiving tubal ligations were typically between 25 and 40 and had been pregnant 5 or more times.
‘Overwhelming weight of evidence’ that segregation causes psychological harm to mentally ill inmates.
New local funding model and Common Core curriculum to be phased in for 2014-2015 school year.