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New California Law Requires More Multi-Housing UnitsA solution to solving the housing crisis? Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law on Thursday that would require cities to approve more multi-unit housing in single-family zones—but not everyone is on board.
San Joaquin County DA Refers Case Involving Former Officers To DOJTwo former officers—Michael Stiles and Omar Villapudua—have been charged in the case of a then-17-year-old high school student being beaten during an arrest. The county district attorney said the case is being referred to the Department of Justice for civil rights violations.
Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee To Be Laid To Rest SaturdayGee was one of 13 US service members killed in last month's suicide bombing in Kabul.
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Two Stockton Police Officers Fired For Allegedly Assaulting Teen Indicted On ChargesTwo former Stockton police officers, Michael Stiles and Omar Villapudua, have been charged for allegedly assaulting a teenager in December 2020. They are facing charges of assault by a public officer and assault with force.
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Giant Sequoias Wrapped In Foil As Wildfire ApproachesThe largest tree in the world by volume has been wrapped in a fire-protectant foil as a wildfire gets closer.
Gov. Newsom Signs Bill Aimed At Easing California’s Housing CrisisSome big changes are coming to California’s zoning laws.
New Peace Officers' Memorial Unveiled In Rancho CordovaThe memorial is in remembrance of fallen officer Mark Stasyuk, as well as all law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
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