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Over 200 Headstones Vandalized With Swastikas At CemeteryThe headstones were spray-painted sometime between midnight and 7 a.m. Saturday morning. Homes nearby were also vandalized with swastikas. The incident is being considered as institutional vandalism and possibly as a hate crime.
Court Rules Feds Violated Privacy Law For Corinthian College StudentsA federal court has ruled that the Education Department violated privacy laws with regard to students defrauded by the Corinthian for-profit college chain.
USS Arizona Memorial In Pearl Harbor Now Closed Indefinitely Due To DamageDamage to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu was worse than expected and it will remain closed indefinitely, officials said.
More Evacuations Ordered On Hawaii's Big Island As Volcano Activity IntensifiesFirefighters went door-to-door urging some residents of Leilani Estates on Hawaii's Big Island to leave as lava from the Kilauea volcano continued to flow, threatening more homes.
Official Tally Shows Landslide Win For Abortion Rights In IrelandIrish voters cleared the way for abortions to be legal in their country for the first time by repealing a constitutional ban on the procedure.
Man Barges Onto School Bus, Holds Knife To Driver's HeadAuthorities say a Southern California man barged onto a school bus carrying about a dozen children and held a knife to the driver's head before witnesses dragged him away.
More LGBT Issues Loom As Justices Near Wedding Cake DecisionA flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the Supreme Court's highly anticipated decision in the case of a Colorado baker who would not create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Oldest West Coast Military Cemetery Falling ApartAfter the Mare Island Naval Base closed, the cemetery was given to the city, which later went bankrupt, leaving the resting place of fallen heroes in disrepair.
Fiesta Days Parade Chair Tradition Clashes With Federal RulesResidents would line their chairs up hours and even days before the parade. But one person took it too far, blocking the entire sidewalk.

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Oldest West Coast Military Cemetery Falling ApartAfter the Mare Island Naval Base closed, the cemetery was given to the city, which later went bankrupt, leaving the resting place of fallen heroes in disrepair.
Fiesta Days Parade Chair Tradition Clashes With Federal RulesResidents would line their chairs up hours and even days before the parade. But one person took it too far, blocking the entire sidewalk.
Cool, Wet Start To Memorial Day Weekend Puts Damper On Some PlansSome campers can expect to wake up to a blanket of white, while others are hoping they've got waterproof equipment.
What is a rain shadow?Do you know what a rain shadow is? Meteorologist Lisa Meadows explains!
Cal Fire: PG&E Could Have Prevented 3 California Wildfires In OctoberIt indicated three of the fires might have been prevented if PG&E had made more effort to keep trees clear of its power lines.
Manteca Laying Groundwork For Big Building BoomSince the start of the year, Manteca has issued nearly 300 building permits, valued at close to $100 million so far.
Kill List Found At School Has Mira Loma High Parents On EdgeParents at the Sacramento high school say they're not happy with the school's response to the list that was found by a student.
Full Folsom Lake Greets Boaters For Memorial Day WeekendPark rangers are warning jet skiers and boaters to keep an eye out for debris as spring runoff continues to flow into the lake.
Vote Centers Open18 vote centers open in Sacramento county Saturday, 70 more June 2. Part of the Voter's Choice Act.