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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.
Mentally ill inmates will be moved into specialized housing units instead of living in isolation units.
As unaccompanied minors flood courts, immigrants locked in ICE detention may wait longer for hearings.
The federal court hearing came amid an ongoing fight to keep the financially challenged hospital open.
The region is losing about 23 billion gallons of treated water each year, mostly due to aging pipelines.
Napa’s arts organizations suffered serious damage in the quake, and now need serious financial support.
A U.S. Forest Service decision released Wednesday will allow loggers to remove dead trees from the area.
These apps give us useful data, but not anywhere near the level of accuracy researchers get in labs.