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Chiu’s legislation would impose stiff requirements and not override restrictions in lease agreements.
Yee, accused of seven counts in corruption scandal, served on the board between 1997 and 2002.
In wake of collision and fire that killed 10, investigators to consider how to improve safety on buses.
Prison officials have 60 days to revise their policies for using pepper spray and isolation units.
Big rig hits bus carrying high school students 165 miles north of San Francisco. Dozens are injured.
Another key defendant also enters not-guilty plea. Attorney for alleged gang leader attacks feds’ case.
Survey of 15 counties finds 44 percent decrease in people turned over to ICE in January and February.
Document formalizes charges and adds three more defendants for a total of 29.
Official language of the Philippines joins Spanish and Chinese and will be phased in over 18 months.