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Despite overwhelming evidence that vaccines are safe, the rate of parents opting out their children has doubled since 2007.
Attendance is down, lake is shrinking, fish are struggling and trees are losing their leaves.
Three M16 assault rifles from the Department of Defense went missing, and that’s just in the Bay Area.
Efforts to spur conservation include an online game that puts users in charge of California’s water.
California officials kicked off the first stakeholder meeting to review Medi-Cal’s new autism coverage .
Firms try to address environmental and health concerns raised by aquaculture’s rapid spread.
Changes this year give them more protection in the workplace, but deportation fears silence many workers.
Two women in San Diego are conducting their crusade from a modest home office.
Coach says McDonald will suit up Sunday, drawing criticism that the team only cares about winning.