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Governor Jerry Brown Gov. Brown creates new online security center

Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered the creation of a new security center that will be responsible for strengthening online security to prevent cyber-attacks on state agencies.

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(MGN Online)
Audit: California agencies vulnerable to IT security breach
California's state auditor reports that major gaps in the state's information security systems are leaving many state agencies vulnerable to a security breach.
El Dorado County Sheriff's Office
School superintendent for South Tahoe sorry about DUI
The superintendent in charge of schools on the California side of south Lake Tahoe is apologizing for his recent conviction of driving under the influence.
Judge dismisses suit claiming bourbon was falsely advertised
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing a Kentucky bourbon producer of false advertising for claiming its product is handcrafted.
(MGNOnline.com)
Arrest made in case of burned body found in Bucks Lake
Authorities have arrested a suspect after the burned remains of a person were found Saturday morning as crews put out a fire in Plumas County, California.
(MGNOnline.com)
S. Carolina sends forestry employee to help Calif. fires
The South Carolina Forestry Commission has sent 13 employees to help fight wildfires in four states.
Los Angeles City Council to vote on authorizing Olympic bid
The president of the Los Angeles City Council has introduced a motion to give Mayor Eric Garcetti broad authority to negotiate a deal to host the 2024 Olympics.
Allan Delisle (Photo courtesy: South Lake Tahoe Police Department)
Police arrest South Lake Tahoe man for sex crimes against disabled child 
Police on Wednesday arrested a 69-year-old man on suspicion of committing sex crimes against a disabled child, according to a statement.
Rocky Fire From Space (NASA/MODIS/Jeff Schmaltz)
Rocky Fire in California caused by failure of gas water-heater
Authorities in California are reporting Wednesday that a fire in Lake County was caused in part by a failure in a gas water heater.
CalFire can impose tougher penalties in training scandal
An administrative law judge says California's firefighting agency can impose tougher penalties than were originally sought against three firefighters accused of cheating to obtain promotions.
Boy charged with 2 felonies related to 5,700-acre fire
A boy is in juvenile detention and faces two felony charges related to a 5,702-acre fire in the central California foothills.

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