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Marine Found Shot In Head At Camp Pendleton Shooting RangeOfficials at the military base say the Marine was taking part in a training exercise in which live ammunition was used Monday morning.
Lodi Plant At Center Of Cheerios Recall; 1.8 Million Boxes Carry Allergy RiskThe cereal boxes have the plant code "LD." The Cheerios have "better if used by" dates from July 14 to July 17, 2016 and the Honey Nut Cheerios have "better if used by" dates of July 12 to 25, 2016.
California FPPC Proposes Rules Limiting Outside Groups' Influence On CampaignsThe Fair Political Practices Commission introduced proposed rules as it says independent expenditures have grown eight times higher than in 2002, to more than $80 million in California's 2014 election cycle.
Nevada To Pay San Francisco $400,000 To Settle Patient Dumping LawsuitThe deal, if approved by the Nevada Board of Examiners and a similar board in San Francisco, is expected to end an expensive legal battle that has lasted more than two years.
Gov. Brown Approves Charitable Gambling At Professional Sporting EventsCalifornia's major league sports teams will soon be able to conduct charitable gambling under a bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Gov. Brown Signs Right-To-Die Bill Into LawCalifornia will become the fifth state in the nation to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs after Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday he signed one of the most emotionally charged bills of the year.
'Modern Family' Star Ariel Winter Talks About Life After Breast ReductionWinter says bullying and public pressure has forced many young girls to feel bad about their body.
Report Details Ordeal Of 4 Firefighters Trapped By Lake FireA new report details the harrowing ordeal four Northern California firefighters trapped by a fast-moving blaze endured before their rescue.
Bay Bridge Designer Fears Leaks Are Damaging Main CableThe lead designer of the Bay Bridge has warned Caltrans that the cable that holds up the new bridge's eastern span is vulnerable to corrosion because of rainwater leaking into its anchorages.
Governor Brown Signs Bill Closing Ivory Sale LoopholeGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to close a loophole in the state's ban on importing, buying or selling elephant ivory or rhinoceros horns.
San Francisco's Only Gun Store Closes For GoodThe only gun store in San Francisco is shuttering for good, saying it can no longer operate in the city's political climate of increased gun control regulations and vocal opposition to its business.
Unlicensed Teen Driver Charged With Manslaughter In Crash That Killed 5An unlicensed teenage driver who was at the wheel during a fiery freeway crash in Irvine last year that killed five of his friends was charged with vehicular manslaughter.