Federal Government, Calif. Congresswoman, Aide Sued In Fatal DUI Case Parents of a Santa Barbara woman killed by a drunk-driving congressional aide have filed a federal lawsuit against the driver, Democratic Congresswoman Lois Capps, and the U.S. government. Calif. State Lawmakers Returning From Recess, Face Hundreds Of Bills Lawmakers return from their spring recess this week focusing on hundreds of bills that have to pass from one house to the other by the end of May, but the most contentious issues will come later.
LDS Church Leader: Protection For Religious Freedom Of Speech Eroding Ex-NSA Executive Says Utah Data Center A Symbol Of Agency’s Unbridled Power Potential Evidence Against Suspended State Sen. Ron Calderon Remains Sealed Suspended Calif. State Senator Leland Yee Pleads Not Guilty To Criminal Charges Suspended Calif. Sen. Leland Yee Due In Federal Court Tuesday California Senate Erases Websites Of 3 Suspended Lawmakers Firing Squad Or Hanging? AG Candidate Wants Death Penalty For Corrupt Lawmakers
Ceres Teacher Saves Choking 9-Year-Old Student A Ceres teacher is being called a hero for a life-saving move on a 9-year-old student. The boy was choking when his quick-thinking and trained teacher jumped in. Easter Eggs Containing Racist Messages Left In Oakdale Neighborhood An Oakdale neighborhood discovered Easter eggs set out that weren't filled with treats, but instead were filled with messages of hate.
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