Down along Moffat Boulevard there are those who don't live the way most Californians do. They don't live in McMansions. They don't live in modest, traditional single-family homes. They don't live in apartments.
Information on the Internet should be free.
How much is that doggie in the window?
Riley Simmons - the Colony Oak Elementary School fourth grader waging a battle with brain cancer - was all smiles.
Jerry Brown's legacy awaits. And so does the future of California.
There is little argument that gay teens have been in Scouting since the movement started a century ago.
The consumer electronics gadget show in Las Vegas is wasted on me.
The revolution - or more accurately, the rebirth of sound urban planning - will start bearing fruit this year.
I used to laugh when I heard someone say, "You're not dead until the government says you're dead."
California could soon become one big toilet.
So how does avoiding the fiscal cliff feel?
Playing the stock market and gambling - what's the difference?
Every student at Ripon High was familiar with the school's cell phone policy – phones stay hidden during class or else good-bye cell phone – until this year.
Dan Logue believes California can deliver a college degree in 18 months for $10,000.
Back in the Dark Ages, Manteca was paying PG&E the proverbial arm and leg to power and maintain street lights in the city.
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OK. I confess. I was 5-foot-10 and weighed 260 pounds in the seventh grade.
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