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Coach says McDonald will suit up Sunday, drawing criticism that the team only cares about winning.
Newcomers’ predicament hits close to home for many Latino immigrants, especially in congregations.
Gov. Brown and GOP challenger Neel Kashkari debated tonight for perhaps the only time this campaign.
The team settles a class action lawsuit by agreeing to pay $1.25 million to 90 cheerleaders.
West Nile Virus infections in mosquitoes are at their highest recorded level ever in California.
More women choosing bilateral mastectomies, despite little evidence that it improves their survival rate.
An Alameda County Superior Court judge said “high-calorie, sugary drinks” was not impartial.
Despite its reputation, records show only the strongest El Niños produce a super soaking in N. California.
The rule primarily affects immigrants who have not proved lawful presence or citizenship in California.