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Biologists' fears confirmed on the lower Colorado River

Biologists' fears confirmed on the lower Colorado River

Confirming their worst fears for record-low lake levels, National Park Service fisheries biologists have discovered that a non-native predator fish has made its way through Glen Canyon dam to the lower Colorado River, where it can prey on ancient native fish they have been working to reestablish.

17 hrs 58 mins ago
New evacuations for communities near California forest fire

New evacuations for communities near California forest fire

A Northern California forest fire is chewing through a mountainous area near Sacramento after forcing evacuations in two counties.

July 5th, 10:00 PM PDT
'Something different': California GOP's bid for governor

'Something different': California GOP's bid for governor

Republican Brian Dahle faces an uphill battle to defeat California Gov. Gavin Newsom in November.

July 5th, 2:09 PM PDT
1 killed, 4 wounded in shooting outside Sacramento nightclub

1 killed, 4 wounded in shooting outside Sacramento nightclub

Sacramento police say one person was killed and four wounded in a shooting early Monday outside a downtown nightclub.

July 4th, 2:44 PM PDT
Missing Canadian girl is found in Oregon; suspect arrested

Missing Canadian girl is found in Oregon; suspect arrested

Officials say a 13-year-old Canadian girl who was missing for more than a week has been found in Oregon and that a man accused of kidnapping her is detained.

July 4th, 1:44 PM PDT
California sets nation's toughest plastics reduction rules

California sets nation's toughest plastics reduction rules

Companies that want to sell shampoo bottles, food products and other items wrapped in plastic in California will have to cut down their use of the material.

July 1st, 12:14 PM PDT
California first to cover health care for all immigrants

California first to cover health care for all immigrants

California will be the first state to guarantee free health care for all low-income immigrants who are living in the country illegally.

June 30th, 5:29 PM PDT
California late start law aims to make school less of a yawn

California late start law aims to make school less of a yawn

Middle and high school students in California will be able to sleep a little bit later when the new school year starts.

June 29th, 9:10 PM PDT
California land taken from Black couple returned

California land taken from Black couple returned

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to return ownership of prime California beachfront property to descendants of a Black couple who built a resort for African Americans but were stripped of the land in the 19-20s.The board voted 5-0

June 29th, 6:43 AM PDT
Sen. Mike Lee brushes off opponents to win Utah GOP primary

Sen. Mike Lee brushes off opponents to win Utah GOP primary

Two well-funded challengers will attempt to unseat second-term Senator Mike Lee in Utah's Republican primary in a race that will test whether loyalty to former President Donald Trump remains a litmus test for Republican voters.

June 28th, 10:29 PM PDT
Anti-Black, gay, Asian bias fuel California hate crime surge

Anti-Black, gay, Asian bias fuel California hate crime surge

The California attorney general's office says hate crimes in 2021 shot up 33% to nearly 1,800 reported incidents.

June 28th, 12:59 PM PDT
California voters to weigh constitutional right to abortion

California voters to weigh constitutional right to abortion

California voters will decide in November whether to guarantee the right to an abortion in their state constitution.

June 27th, 4:40 PM PDT
Russian superyacht seized by US arrives in San Diego Bay

Russian superyacht seized by US arrives in San Diego Bay

A $325 million superyacht seized by the United States from a sanctioned Russian oligarch has arrived in San Diego Bay.

June 27th, 2:24 PM PDT
Police at Arizona Capitol fire tear gas, disperse protesters

Police at Arizona Capitol fire tear gas, disperse protesters

Police fired tear gas to disperse anti-abortion demonstrators from outside the Arizona Capitol Friday night, forcing lawmakers to huddle briefly in a basement inside the building as they rushed to complete their 2022 session.

June 25th, 1:24 PM PDT
California Senate rejects involuntary servitude amendment

California Senate rejects involuntary servitude amendment

The California Senate has rejected a proposal to ban involuntary servitude as punishment for a crime.

June 23rd, 4:50 PM PDT

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