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  • Mailbag: Stop jaywalking, start driving safely

    I am sick of reading all the garbage about crossing a street in an unmarked area. Hello, this is called jaywalking — always has been, and it deserves a ticket. Why do the people in Glendale and Burbank feel we all must bow down and change the laws...
  • Groups name their picks

    Jon Coupal was among friends May 27 when he was the guest speaker at a Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. meeting. Coupal is the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., founded by Jarvis and his wife, Estelle, to rein in property taxes in California....
  • Mailbag: Telling 'the truth on Prop 16'

    Pacific Gas and Electric, the largest private electric provider in the U.S., has somehow been allowed to use $46 million collected from its customers to put Proposition 16 on the June ballot. PG&E is the dominant backer of Proposition 16 with a single...
  • Officials cheer Prop. 16 loss

    Utility officials across Burbank and Glendale breathed a collective sigh of relief Wednesday after voters rebuffed a ballot initiative that would have limited the ability of municipalities to create or expand public power services. The Glendale City...
  • Council cheers Prop. 16 loss

    Utility officials across Burbank and Glendale breathed a collective sigh of relief Wednesday after voters rebuffed a ballot initiative that would have limited the ability of municipalities to create or expand public power services. The Glendale City...
  • Thousands Of Residents Without Power In Rocklin

    Thousands Of Residents Without Power In Rocklin
    More than 1,000 residents were left in the dark in Rocklin Saturday evening. The power outage happened around 8:30pm and affected the areas of Sunset Boulevard from Stanford Ranch Road to Crest Drive and Whitney Boulevard south to Midas Avenue. The...
  • Is Installing A "Smart Meter" A Dumb Idea?

    Is Installing A "Smart Meter" A Dumb Idea?
    One couple says installing those sophisticated "SmartMeters" was a dumb thing to do. Elvin and Betty Gorham say it has done nothing but cause headaches and cause their bill to soar. They tell FOX40 their May bill was about $150. Then they installed the...
  • Oak Park Vacant Home Destroyed

    Oak Park Vacant Home Destroyed
    In the wake of the foreclosure crisis Sacramento fire fighters say they've been waiting for this moment for 2 years. A home on the 4000 block of 17th Avenue went up in a ball of fire early Sunday morning; an explosion by all accounts. But this was the...
  • Three Dead, Two Homes Destroyed After Plane Crashes In Bay Area

    Three Dead, Two Homes Destroyed After Plane Crashes In Bay Area
    Authorities say a Cessna 310 aircraft crashed into an East Palo Alto neighborhood Wednesday morning, exploding upon impact with a high-voltage transmission power pole and sending flaming debris into at least four homes. The plane departed Palo Alto...
  • TV Restrictions To Save Energy

    TV Restrictions To Save Energy
    A lot of us love watching our favorite shows on big flat screen televisions, but they guzzle a lot of power and California officials want to create new energy efficient regulations. Many consumers and retailers aren't happy about it. If The California...
  • Family: We Had No Power For Eight Days

    Family: We Had No Power For Eight Days
    After last weekends Sierra storm, PG&E has restored power to the few remaining customers in the foothills left without electricity. Sandy Lewis, of Nevada City, and her family say they didn't have power for eight days. "It was like, if it's going to...