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The truck driver you’re hoping will honk his horn may well be an Illinois State Trooper. That’s thanks to Trooper in a Truck, an Illinois State Police program aimed at … Click to Continue »
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The California State University stashed away $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves while raising tuition and lobbying the Legislature for more funds, according to a report released Thursday by California State … Click to Continue »
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California State University kept $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves while raising tuition and lobbying for new funding, according to a report from Auditor Elaine Howle. CSU Chancellor contests findings. … Click to Continue »
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San Diego student needs to take a look in the mirror “Oh, my! San Diego high school grad’s scathing speech leaves a mark” (sacbee.com, June 13): This valedictorian, in slamming … Click to Continue »
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European Union leaders struggled Thursday to bridge deep differences over who should be appointed to some of the bloc's most prestigious jobs — making it likely they will need to … Click to Continue »
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An outpouring of grief and condolences flooded social media following the death Wednesday night of a Sacramento police officer. Adel Sambrano Ramos, 45, was arrested early Thursday following an eight-hour … Click to Continue »
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This isn’t a war zone “Living in a war zone felt safer than living here now” (sacbee.com, June 8): I live near several schools and parks. When I drive by … Click to Continue »
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After a month-long soft opening, the full opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to the general public is almost here. June 24 marks the first day that anyone at Disneyland … Click to Continue »
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Insurance companies discriminated against Californians who take an HIV-prevention drug by denying or limiting coverage, or charging higher premiums, according to a state investigation. Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara announced Thursday … Click to Continue »
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California prides itself as leading the nation in environmental regulations, but some of its state agencies face poor or failing grades from an environmental justice watchdog. The agencies are simply … Click to Continue »
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