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China and California sign deal to boost investment

BEIJING (AP) - California and China signed an agreement Wednesday to look for ways to boost trade and investment, even as Gov. Jerry Brown acknowledged the state's reputation for red tape and its limited willingness to offer tax incentives.

April 10, 2013 | | State


190M-year-old dino bones shed light on development

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Recently discovered dinosaur embryos are giving scientists their best glimpse yet into how the ancient creatures developed.

April 10, 2013 | | State


Report finds decline in community college success due to budget cuts

SACRAMENTO (AP) - A new report shows California community college students are having a harder time achieving their academic goals.

April 10, 2013 | | State


209 News

EXPLOSIVE DEVICE TRIGGERS MODESTO HIGH LOCKDOWN: MODESTO - Modesto High School was placed on lockdown Wednesday, following a report of a shooting and the discovery of a possible explosive device near the campus.

April 10, 2013 | | State


State news briefs

CATHEDRAL CITY MAYOR PRO TEM ARRESTED: CATHEDRAL CITY (AP) - A City Council member in Cathedral City has been arrested and charged with stealing public funds.

April 09, 2013 | | State


Study: Alternative needed for strawberry fumigant

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Despite long-standing concerns about pesticide exposure, a report issued Tuesday suggests California strawberry growers will have to keep using a contentious set of fumigants to keep the state's $2.3 billion strawberry industry competitive, even as the state ultimately seeks to restrict the chemicals' use.

April 09, 2013 | | State


Long lines form as Powerball ticket sales comes to California

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Hopeful Californians with $2 to spare waited in long lines as Powerball lottery tickets went on sale for the first time in the state.

April 09, 2013 | | State


4 a.m. last call bill already fuels debate

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The last call for drinks is 2 a.m. in California, but one lawmaker believes that's just too early to set down the shot glasses and beer steins.

April 09, 2013 | | State


SJ Valley farmer ousted from major hospital board after Obama racial slur

RIVERDALE (AP) - A prominent San Joaquin Valley farmer has been forced to step down as head of a major hospital board after making a racist statement about President Barack Obama in an email.

April 09, 2013 | | State


Mojave Desert Joshua trees in unusual heavy bloom on desert

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK (AP) - Joshua trees, those spiky sentinels of the Mojave Desert, are having a blossom bonanza and nobody is quite sure why.

April 09, 2013 | | State


State mounts joint raid on Calif. jobs

LOS ANGELES (AP) - California sends tomorrow's technology, Hollywood blockbusters and terrific pinot noir to the world. Now, the governors of Utah and Virginia want the Golden State to export more of something else: jobs.

April 09, 2013 | | State


Bay Area briefs

FORMER LIVERMORE LAB WORKERS SUE

April 09, 2013 | | State


Bill seeks to punish Scouts for gay ban

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - California lawmakers are considering taking some tax exemptions away from youth groups that do not accept gay, transgender or atheist members - a move intended to pressure the Boy Scouts of America to lift its ban on gay Scouts and troop leaders.

April 09, 2013 | | State


Brown trip gives Newsom chance to shine

SACRAMENTO (AP) - As Jerry Brown begins his first trip out of the country as governor, the man who might someday seek to replace him finds himself overseeing the affairs of the nation's most populous state - if only temporarily.

April 09, 2013 | | State


SF Exploratorium set to open in new $300M digs

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Exploratorium, San Francisco's interactive science and activities museum, is set to open at its new $300 million digs along the bay with more space and new exhibits, including a rain chamber that will allow people to experience past storms.

April 09, 2013 | | State


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LA-area commuter trains get crash- avoidance system

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California's commuter train network has become an early adopter of crash-avoidance technology that one of its own horrific accidents helped make mandatory.

February 19, 2014 | | State


California AG to lead trip to Mexico

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Attorneys general from border states are planning a trip to Mexico this spring as prosecutors from the two countries fight trafficking in people, guns and drugs, among other crimes, California Attorney General Kamala Harris said Wednesday.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Push to increase malpractice awards

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Lawyers and consumer groups have started gathering signatures for a ballot measure to increase the $250,000 limit on some damages, including pain and suffering, in medical malpractice suits.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Mom of teen called ‘brain dead’ speaks

OAKLAND (AP) - The mother of a 13-year-old California girl who was declared brain dead after suffering complications from sleep apnea surgery is speaking out several weeks after taking her daughter out of a hospital.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Man killed by US agent hurled large rocks

SAN DIEGO (AP) - A man who was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent threw large rocks at the agent, including one about the size of a basketball, investigators said Wednesday.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Water bottler faces opposition in north state

MOUNT SHASTA (AP) - Spring water bottler Crystal Geyser's plans to tap an aquifer at the base of Mount Shasta in far Northern California is running into opposition from some residents, environmentalists and Native American tribes.

February 19, 2014 | | State


District k judge upholds gun magazine ban in City of SF

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A judge on Wednesday upheld San Francisco's ban on gun magazines that can hold more than 10 bullets, the latest in long series of court rulings grappling with gun rights since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that gun ownership inside the home for self-defense purposes was a fundamental Constitutional right.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Brown plans $687 million for drought

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown and the top Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday announced a $687 million plan to provide immediate help to drought-stricken communities throughout California, including $15 million for those with dangerously low drinking water supplies.

February 19, 2014 | | State


SJ Valley meat plant shut by feds reopens

HANFORD . (AP) - A Northern California meat processing plant that was shuttered by federal inspectors Monday because of unsanitary conditions has reopened.

February 19, 2014 | | State


High school students Waters, Bowman recognized by Ripon Soroptimist Club

Bulletin staff reports

February 19, 2014 | | State


Edison utility sued over $140K pot power bill

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Two women are suing Southern California Edison, claiming their electricity was cut off for refusing to pay a nearly $140,000 bill racked up by a marijuana grower.

February 19, 2014 | | State


Criminal records to be accessed on smartphones

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Attorney General Kamala Harris says her office has designed a mobile application that will allow law enforcement officers to download criminal records and other information to their smartphones.

February 19, 2014 | | State


State pension board hikes contributions

SACRAMENTO (AP) - California's government will increase the amount it contributes to state employees' pensions starting this summer, and cities and other government agencies will follow suit in two years, to help cover the cost of benefits for retirees who are living longer.

February 18, 2014 | | State


Police: Bizarre 911 calls lead to pot discovery

MODESTO (AP) - Authorities say a series of bizarre and false emergency calls led them to the discovery of a marijuana garden in a Northern California home.

February 18, 2014 | | State


Post-nuke power grid could cost consumers more

LOS ANGELES (AP) - A $2.3 billion proposal to rewire portions of Southern California's transmission grid following the closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant could mean higher electricity bills for consumers, the state's power transmission agency said Tuesday.

February 18, 2014 | | State


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