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ATTORNEY HIRED IN FIGHT OVER 49ERS STADIUM FUNDS: SANTA CLARA (AP) - A Santa Clara County board has hired a lawyer to defend its decision to pull $30 million in taxpayer funds from the San Francisco 49ers stadium project.

July 12, 2012 | | State


So. Cal to swap some heat for thunderstorms

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California added the threat of fires and flooding to its misery on Thursday as forecasters predicted continued hot, muggy weather coupled with the chance of thunderstorms.

July 12, 2012 | | State


Bills, few options mean bankruptcy for city

SAN BERNARDINO (AP) - They cut spending, sold assets and even asked public employees to take a financial hit.

July 12, 2012 | | State


Tube wear detailed at San Onofre nuke plant; erosion took place at alarming rate

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Federal regulators Thursday disclosed the most detailed information to date on damage at California's idled San Onofre nuclear power plant, where scores of tubes that carry radioactive water have eroded at an alarming rate.

July 12, 2012 | | State


Lesbian couple sues over immigration plight

SANTA ANA (AP) - A lesbian couple filed a federal lawsuit in California on Thursday seeking to solve their immigration woes and put a stop to the deportation of same-sex spouses.

July 12, 2012 | | State


Ex-investigators for HP sentenced in fraud case

SAN JOSE (AP) - Two former private investigators were each sentenced Thursday to three years of probation for their roles in an infamous Silicon Valley spying scandal in which prosecutors said they used false identities to access the Social Security numbers and other information on Hewlett-Packard board members, employees and journalists.

July 12, 2012 | | State


209 News

STOCKTON RETIREES SUE TO STOP HEALTH BENEFIT CUTS: STOCKTON (AP) - Stockton city retirees are suing the bankrupt California city in an effort to stop cuts to their health benefits.

July 12, 2012 | | State


Both parties block quick votes on Obama tax plan

WASHINGTON (AP) - In a day of political maneuvering, Democrats and then Republicans took turns blocking a quick Senate vote on President Barack Obama's proposal to extend expiring tax cuts for a year on everyone but the highest-earning Americans.

July 11, 2012 | | State


Judge lets startup relay live TV to iPhones in NYC

NEW YORK (AP) - A startup company can continue to send live TV programming to iPhones and other mobile devices in the city despite objections from major broadcasters that say expansion can threaten the free broadcasting of events such as the Super Bowl, a judge ruled Wednesday.

July 11, 2012 | | State


Yoga teacher fired after glare at Facebook worker

MENLO PARK (AP) - Looks may not kill, but they can get you fired.

July 11, 2012 | | State


State news briefs

SHERIFF WANTS POLITICIANS TO RETURN BADGES: LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sheriff Lee Baca is recalling about 200 official-looking badges that were given to politicians for use during disasters.

July 11, 2012 | | State


Placer County wildfire forces evacuation of homes

FORESTHILL. (AP) - A 120-acre fire in a steep, heavily wooded area of the American River Canyon is forcing the evacuation of several homes.

July 11, 2012 | | State


Bay Area briefs

Berkeley voters to decide sidewalk-sitting ban

July 11, 2012 | | State


San Diego freeway sign sitter surrenders

SAN DIEGO (AP) - A man who perched on a San Diego freeway sign for more than eight hours, jamming traffic for miles, has surrendered to authorities.

July 11, 2012 | | State


It's not lunacy: Not-a-planet Pluto boasts 5 moons

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Pluto may have been kicked out of the planet club, but it has gained yet another companion.

July 11, 2012 | | State


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Suspect shot after chase from Stockton to Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Authorities say a suspected truck thief was shot by California Highway Patrol officers following a roughly 50-mile chase from Stockton to Sacramento.

February 08, 2015 | | State


Brown seeks taxes for fixing roads

SACRAMENTO (AP) - California lawmakers are looking at new ways to pay for crumbling roads, bridges and highways as the traditional repair fund from gasoline taxes dries up.

February 08, 2015 | | State


Worst of storm appears to be over

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Northern California was hit by a second wet and windy storm on Sunday, though it appeared to do far less damage than a similar system two days earlier.

February 08, 2015 | | State


Oil fracking puts environmentalists & Brown at odds

SACRAMENTO (AP) - In the 1970s, the environmental movement had no bigger political hero than California Gov. Jerry Brown. He cracked down on polluters, ended tax breaks for oil companies and promoted solar energy.

February 06, 2015 | | State


UC system to require measles shots

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Students entering the University of California system in 2017 will have to be vaccinated against measles and other diseases under new immunization rules announced Friday.

February 06, 2015 | | State


TB exposure for 16 people at high school

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Sixteen people at a Northern California high school have tested positive for tuberculosis exposure after a student was diagnosed with active tuberculosis.

February 06, 2015 | | State


Storm hits slams Northern California

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A storm sweeping down the West Coast pelted parts of the San Francisco Bay Area with much-needed rain Friday, triggered flooding that swamped several homes in Washington state, and unleashed hurricane-force winds in Nevada.

February 06, 2015 | | State


Facebook, LinkedIn helping women in tech

MENLO PARK (AP) - Facebook and LinkedIn want to boost dwindling numbers of women studying engineering and computer science with a collaborative initiative announced Friday that they hope will eventually fill thousands of lucrative Silicon Valley jobs long dominated by men.

February 06, 2015 | | State


NEWS FROM ACROSS CALIFORNIA

WOMAN BATTLES NAVAJO NATION OVER HUSBAND'S BODY: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A woman who was ordered to return her husband's body to the country's largest American Indian reservation for burial said she's not ready to stop fighting to have his remains laid to rest at a California veterans cemetery.

February 05, 2015 | | State


State OKs dumping into drinking water

BAKERSFIELD (AP) - Regulators in California, the country's third-largest oil-producing state, have authorized oil companies to inject production fluids and waste into what are now federally protected aquifers more than 2,500 times, risking contamination of underground water supplies that could be used for drinking water or irrigation, state records show.

February 05, 2015 | | State


Answers to questions about oil waste in aquifers

BAKERSFIELD (AP) - California, the country's third-largest oil-producing state, has improperly given oil companies more than 2,500 permits to inject production fluids and oilfield waste into underground water supplies that are used for drinking water or irrigation, state records show.

February 05, 2015 | | State


NEWS FROM ACROSS CALIFORNIA

ARMED WOMAN KILLED BY CALIFORNIA POLICE TRIED 3 CARJACKINGS: EMERYVILLE (AP) - A Northern California woman who was shot and killed by police had pointed a gun at store security guards and then tried to carjack at least three people at gunpoint before turning her revolver on officers.

February 05, 2015 | | State


Expectations listed for school teachers

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco is getting pushback from some parents, students and teachers at parochial schools after unveiling faculty handbook language calling on teachers to lead their public and professional lives consistently with church teachings on homosexuality, same-sex marriage, abortion, birth control and other behaviors he describes as evil.

February 05, 2015 | | State


Long-sunken tire reef sees daylight due to drought

PERRIS (AP) - A reef made of giant tires that was sunk 40 years ago in a Southern California lake has broken the surface again, thanks to the drought.

February 05, 2015 | | State


Amid ‘Mockingbird’ sequel buzz, worries about author Lee’s wishes

MONROEVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Hometown friends and fans of "To Kill A Mockingbird" author Harper Lee are struggling to reconcile a publisher's sensational announcement - that her decades-old manuscript for a sequel had been rediscovered and will be released - with the image of the elderly writer at her sister's recent funeral.

February 04, 2015 | | State


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