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Thousands of California voters register for wrong political party

Thousands of California voters register for wrong political party

Thousands of Californians, including celebrities, could be prevented from voting in the state’s upcoming Democratic and Republican primaries because they have mistakenly registered for a wrong poli

Justice Richard Mosk dies at 76

Justice Richard Mosk dies at 76

California Court of Appeal Justice Richard M. Mosk, who investigated former President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and served at The Hague, died of cancer at the age of 76.

Nevada courts’ verdicts against California reflects policy of hostility: SC rules

Nevada courts’ verdicts against California reflects policy of hostility: SC rules

Nevada’s willingness to uphold big verdicts issued in favor of former California investors reflects a policy of hostility toward a sister state, Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer ruled.

UC Irvine researcher struggling to fight back tree-killing beetle

UC Irvine researcher struggling to fight back tree-killing beetle

Researchers at UC Irvine are struggling to fight back a tree-killing beetle that has already killed hundreds of cottonwood, native willow, golden rain and coral trees.

Patrol agents discover 142-foot-long tunnel at U.S.-Mexico border

Patrol agents discover 142-foot-long tunnel at U.S.-Mexico border

Border patrol agents discovered a yet another tunnel at the U.S.-Mexico border in California, the El Centro Sector Border Patrol agency confirmed on Sunday.

California regulators investigating Rincon Island oil wells

California regulators investigating Rincon Island oil wells

California state regulators have confirmed that an investigation has been launched into one of the state’s early offshore oil drilling operations after severely corroded and unsafe wells and other

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