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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.
Photojournalist sees his work documenting ’60s as antidote to ‘sanitized’ history.
Among bills that died: one to mandate surprise inspections, another to speed up reporting of abuse.
Almost 9 million pounds of beef were recalled nationwide after slaughterhouse was shut down.
State is responding in part to videos of pepper-spray incidents disclosed as part of inmate lawsuit.