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  • Teenager accused of killing opossum, posting video on Facebook

     
    A 19-year-old former resident of northern San Diego County faces a charge of felony animal cruelty after allegedly posting a video on the Internet showing him hacking an opossum to death, officials said. Carter Livingston, who now lives in Auburn,......
  • Billionaire Koch brothers back suspension of California climate law

     
    A company owned by oil billionaires Charles and David Koch has contributed $1 million to Proposition 23, a November ballot initiative to suspend California’s groundbreaking 2006 global-warming law. The contribution came from Flint Hills Resources LP,...
  • California free fishing day on Monday

     
    Monday will be the second of two annual free fishing days in California, when the Department of Fish and Game will waive sportfishing license requirements for the day and allow citizens to fish all public waters in the state, both......
  • Live review: Despite failures, FYF Fest gives crowds a lot to cheer about

     
    The annual FYF Fest, now in its seventh year, experienced serious growing pains Saturday at the Los Angeles State Historic Park downtown, even if the music onstage offered gratifying highs. The daylong concert featured 35 buzzing bands, a combination of.....
  • 'Dancing shrimp' are off the menu at Sacramento seafood restaurant after PETA raises objections

     
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A Sacramento restaurant agreed to stop serving live shrimp after an animal-rights group said the practice was cruel to the shellfish. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said the restaurant, Nishiki Sushi, suggested...
  • Matt Barnes reportedly arrested on domestic violence charge

     
    Lakers forward Matt Barnes was arrested and booked Wednesday night into Sacramento County Main Jail on a domestic violence charge and for allegedly obstructing the use of a telephone line, according to a report in the Sacramento Bee. The story says...
  • California Department of Fish and Game offers three advanced hunting clinics in September

     
    The California Department of Fish and Game is offering three advanced hunting clinics during the month of September as part of its Hunter Education Program. The first one, Game Care and Cooking, is Saturday in Diamond Springs, located east of......
  • Los Angeles Unified School District workers rally against budget cuts

     
    About 150 Los Angeles Unified School District employees and their school-age children rallied outside a shuttered campus Wednesday against state budget cuts that have shortened the academic year and pushed back the start of school. Service Employees...
  • Orlando ranks 18th among best college towns

     
    Tucson, Buffalo and Sacramento, Calif., rank higher than Orlando in the American Institute for Economic Research's annual College Destinations Index. It's a ranking of the best cities and towns to live in if you're a college student. Among mid-sized...
  • Webliography: Top-Two voting systems

     
    The February 22 vote in Chicago pitting any number of mayoral hopefuls against one another is not technically a "Top-Two" primary of the sort that has generated controversy elsewhere. Ours will be an election with a run-off between the top......
  • 3 sentenced for selling driver's licenses through DMV office

     
    A former DMV worker and two of his acquaintances will serve jail time for selling California driver’s licenses for $500 to people who had not passed the driving test. The California attorney general’s office accused Vacaville residents Donald McGowan,...