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California Lawmakers Unveil Bills Aimed At Protecting Environment From TrumpDemocratic lawmakers in California on Thursday announced their first attempt to protect the state's wide-ranging environmental regulations from potential interference by President Donald Trump's administration.
Caltrans: Highway 50 Slipout Fix May Take MonthsCaltrans says they expect it will take months to fully fix the slipout afflicting Highway 50 near Bridal Veil Falls.
CHP Rings Memorial Bell In Honor Of Officer Killed In Motorcycle CrashThere's an outpouring of grief over the death of Officer Lucas Chellew, who followed his father's footsteps into the California Highway Patrol.
VIDEO: California GOP Lawmaker Removed From Floor After Speech Critical Of Late SenatorA California state lawmaker was removed from the Senate floor after refusing to stop delivering a speech criticizing former Sen. Tom Hayden for his anti-war activism in Vietnam.
At Least One Tahoe Ski Resort Planning On Staying Open Until Fourth Of JulyWhen you think about celebrating the Fourth Of July, thoughts turn to fireworks and backyard barbeques but not really taking a run down a Lake Tahoe ski slope.
Parolee Leads Deputies On High-Speed Chase In North HighlandsDeputies are looking for a parolee who led deputies on a high-speed chase through north highlands early Thursday morning.
High-Tech Security System Tracks People In Roseville NeighborhoodNeighbors began considering a surveillance system started last year after Top Golf opened near the Summerhill Park neighborhood.
Mayor Hopes To Spin Gold In Wake Of Oroville Dam ProblemsThe massive water releases into the Feather River are also prompting hope Orovillle, which means 'city of gold', will have another gold rush.
Mexican Citizens Turn To Consulate For Help Amid Trump Immigration ChangesThey fear President Donald Trump's proposed crack down on undocumented immigrants and its fallout.
Stockton City Council Protesters Greeted By Police In Riot GearThe video shows 20 Stockton police officers in riot gear as they were trying to escort demonstrators out of Tuesday night's Stockton city council meeting.
Packed Town Hall Crowd Greets Rep. Tom McClintock For Nearly 3-Hour MarathonAn hour before Wednesday night's meeting several hundred people were already gathered outside the auditorium doors. Some holding signs reading "We Support Tom," while other carried signs expressing their discontent for the congressman.
Farmers Help Save Hundreds Of Homes From Levee BreachThe break happened earlier this week, and it could've been catastrophic for hundreds of homes.

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