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Tulare (Tulare, California)

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  • New Drunk Driving Law Goes into Effect

    New Drunk Driving Law Goes into Effect
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Convicted drunken drivers in four California counties, including Los Angeles, will now have to prove they haven't had a drink before they can start their vehicles. The law requires first-time and repeat offenders to install ignition...
  • Fresno County Fruit Trail offers a fresh bounty of sweetness

    Fresno County Fruit Trail offers a fresh bounty of sweetness
    The last of the fragrant fruit blossoms is gone, their pink-and-white petals scattered across the orchards that nestle among the verdant foothills of the High Sierra. By month's end — the first strawberries will be ready for picking. The...
  • L.A. Still Nation's Most Polluted City

    L.A. Still Nation's Most Polluted City
    LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles is still the nation's most polluted city, according to the American Lung Association. All 10 of the nation's smoggiest counties are in California, with Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Kern and Tulare leading the way....
  • Mom 'Guilty' of Abandoning 3 Newborns, Killing a Fourth

    Mom 'Guilty' of Abandoning 3 Newborns, Killing a Fourth
    VISALIA - A central California mother accused of abandoning three of her newborns and leaving one to die in the back of a pickup could face more than 22 years in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder and child abuse charges. A Tulare...
  • California testing ignition devices for drunk drivers

    California will test requiring that drivers convicted of drunken driving install devices that block vehicles from starting if alcohol is detected on the drivers' breath. The bill by Assemblyman Mike Feuer, a Democrat from Los Angeles,is among those...
  • Foreclosures Up 5% from Summer to Fall

    Foreclosures Up 5% from Summer to Fall
    WASHINGTON -- The number of households caught up in the foreclosure crisis rose more than 5 percent from summer to fall as a federal effort to assist struggling borrowers was overwhelmed by a flood of defaults among people who lost their jobs. The...
  • War of the weed

    FAMED for the biggest trees in the world, Sequoia National Park is now No. 1 in another flora department: marijuana growing, with more land carved up by pot growers than any other park. Parts of Sequoia, including the Kaweah River drainage and areas...