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Harry Connick Jr.'s Daytime Show To End After 2 SeasonsHarry Connick Jr.'s daytime show is coming to an end later this year.
Passenger Says Teen Driver Panicked, Hit The Gas Outside NSAA passenger in a vehicle that was fired upon outside the National Security Agency campus says the unlicensed teen driver made a wrong turn, panicked and hit the gas.
In Many States, You Can Buy An Assault Weapon At 18, But Can't Buy BeerJust months after his 18th birthday, Nikolas Cruz went to a Florida gun store to buy a weapon. But there were limits on what he could purchase at his age.
Solution To Opioid Epidemic May Come From CannabisParts of the cannabis plant are known to ease pain and decrease inflammation. It's being used in creams and oils for treatments.
Prank 911 Calls Tie Up Resources, But Cops Are Getting Better At Finding FakersAs the nation celebrates 50 years since the first 911 call was made in Alabama, here locally we began using it in 1984.
Assemblyman Calling For Fixes In California Capitol AnnexA piece of cardboard covering a hole in the wall, and paper exit signs, may be the most visible, but perhaps, the least concerning flaws.
Are Gay Men Being Denied Insurance Because Of Medication?California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones says companies may be denying coverage because they take Truvada to protect themselves against HIV.
San Joaquin Activity Center Closure Leaves Some Scrambling For OptionsCounty leaders have announced they are discontinuing the program that has offered social skills and job training to clients for close to 60 years.
'90s Pants Icon JNCO Closing Its Doors After Brief RevivalThe brand was best known in the 1990s for its jeans with super wide legs, wide enough to perhaps fit another set of legs inside. 
California Data Breach Prompts Warning For State EmployeesThe breach affected employees within the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. 
Man Didn't Know He Sold Bank Accounts To Russians Meddling With ElectionsRichard "Ricky" Pinedo pleaded guilty to using stolen identities to set up bank accounts that were then used by the Russians.
EPA Head Expenses Nearly $200,000 In Travel Over 6 MonthsPruitt earlier this week said a "toxic environment politically" required first-class travel and protection from a 24-hour security detail.

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