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Chico police arrest man on suspicion of planning 'Las Vegas style' mass shooting
A 37-year-old man was arrested Sunday in Chico on suspicion of threatening to kill police officers and planning a "Las Vegas style" mass shooting, authorities said.
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It just got harder in California to steal and then sell catalytic converters
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Sunday that he signed legislation to crack down on rampant vehicle catalytic converter theft by making it illegal for recyclers to buy the valuable car part from anyone other than the legal owner or a licensed dealer.
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San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy is hospitalized after being hit by car
A San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy was hospitalized Saturday night after he shot a knife-wielding man who had used his vehicle to hit the deputy, according to the Sheriff's Department.
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Does anyone else feel like they're drowning? Mental health is suffering
There's no way to sugarcoat it: These are challenging times to live in Los Angeles.
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New law will remove the word 'squaw' from California place names
In a ceremony joined by Native American tribal leaders, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill that will remove the word "squaw" from nearly 100 geographic features and place names across California.
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Column: Isn't Karen Bass the victim? Why all the questions about her stolen guns?
Ever since Karen Bass announced that she was running for mayor of Los Angeles, she has mostly downplayed the historic implications of her candidacy.
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How the pandemic saved one of California's smallest public schools
In Kneeland, which isn't so much a town as a rural fire station and a smattering of homes in the forest, the school has long been the lifeblood of the community.
And it has long felt a little fragile.
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Rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters face neglect at L.A. city shelters, volunteers say
When the Harbor Animal Care Center faced a food crunch in August, volunteer Jan Bunker logged on to Nextdoor to plead for donations.
"Hi, animal lovers!
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California reparations task force starts to dig in on specifics
If California is to make reparations to Black residents whose families have been harmed by slavery and its ongoing economic repercussions, how should the program be structured?
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'There's our family name': Sacred book honors Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII
The book weighs 25 pounds and is more than 1,000 pages long. It is roughly the size of the Gutenberg Bible.
Instead of the word of God, it contains names - 125,284 names.
A few are living. Most are dead.
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UCLA's annual volunteer day puts a shine on veterans' headstones
UCLA's annual volunteer day expanded this year, uniting more than 2,000 Bruins and Trojans in more than 60 volunteer projects.