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California woman dies from brain-eating amoeba
Health officials say a California woman has died after being infected with a brain-eating bacteria.
Fireworks-filled van explodes on California freeway
A van packed with fireworks has exploded and burned on a Southern California freeway, clogging the main road between Los Angeles and Las Vegas at the beginning of the July Fourth holiday weekend.
Vaccine opponents push to repeal strict California law
Opponents of California's new mandatory vaccination law are vowing to fight the legislation, even after Gov. Jerry Brown has signed it.
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Google unit sorry for including concentration camps in game
A Google subsidiary has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game.
Former California tribal head sentenced in casino takeover
The former head of a California Native American tribe accused in an armed takeover of the tribe's casino has been sentenced to more than a year behind bars.
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Drone grounds third California firefighting plane
Authorities briefly grounded a U.S. Forest Service reconnaissance plane flying over a series of small wildfires in Northern California after a drone flew to close to the scene.
A law enforcement raid in Plumas County this week resulted in discovery of about 6,200 marijuana plants, some up to 3 feet tall. (Provided by Plumas County Sheriff's Office)
Raid nets 6,200 marijuana plants in Plumas County
A law enforcement raid in Plumas County this week resulted in discovery of about 6,200 marijuana plants, some up to 3 feet tall.
'Citizen of the year' gets 14 years in California fraud case
A former California real estate developer once honored as his city's citizen of the year has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for bilking investors who poured millions of dollars into failed development projects.
Rainbow Facebook photos: Armchair activism or shifting tide?
You may have noticed your Facebook friends getting considerably more colorful.
Google apologizes after app tagged black people 'gorillas'
Google is apologizing after reports surfaced that an automatic image-recognition feature in its Photos application was identifying images of some black people as "gorillas."

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