Elected Officials In Calif. Admit Using Personal Email For Government Business Gov. Jerry Brown, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and California's other top elected officials acknowledge using personal email accounts to conduct government business. Gov. Brown Signs Bill Authorizing $1 Billion In Drought-Related Spending Gov. Jerry Brown has approved a plan injecting $1 billion of water spending into California as it grapples with a historic drought.
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Deputies: Yuba County Man Met Woman On Facebook, Drugged, Raped Her For 4 Days The woman’s nightmare began with a seemingly innocent offer on Facebook. Investigators say ink-covered Jason Brakebill, a tattoo artist by trade, allegedly offered her a free tattoo. Natomas Ready To Start Building As Drought Worries Hang Over Growth While the drought is prompting some cities to require tougher water restrictions for construction on new homes, that’s not the case in Natomas. More than 1,000 new homes can be built in Natomas, an area that hasn’t seen any growth in years.
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