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California jail escapees back in custody thanks to watchful resident

By Lynde Langdon
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Crime | Police recaptured two inmates who escaped from a Southern California jail and had been on the run for over a week. A tip this morning from a woman who saw the…

The Islamic response to San Bernardino

By Sophia Lee
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Islam | Southern California Muslims wonder how extremism crept into their community

San Diego council rejects creation museum despite compliance efforts

By Sarah Padbury
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Science | The San Diego Museum Council once again denied membership to the Creation and Earth History Museum in Santee, Calif., earlier this month. The museum spent…

Friends and strangers

By Sophia Lee
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Missions | Christians in Southern California who help international refugees rebuild their lives are discovering a new mission field

Water war

By Sophia Lee
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Weather | A persistent drought in California has brought to the surface long-simmering disputes over one of the basic resources of life

California’s drought denial

California’s drought denial

By Sophia Lee
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Weather | Residents keep watering their lawns, but farmers are feeling the shortage

Midday Roundup: Boston awaits verdict in Tsarnaev trial

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Deliberations. Jurors in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev are deciding his fate. The jury is in deliberations after Monday’s…

Midday Roundup: Napa wineries clean up after quake

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Shaken, not stirred. Business owners in Napa Valley are assessing damages after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake early Sunday morning. About 120 people received…

Will more funding help California’s foster kids?

By Emily Scheie
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Child welfare | In an interview posted on YouTube by Courageous Connection, a California nonprofit organization for foster youth, Anthony talks about his five placements,

Water resistance

By Angela Lu
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California | The government has diverted precious water from Central California farms, and farmers are fighting back

Grand new party?

By Angela Lu
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Politics | The California Republican convention reveals a reduced and ideologically divided party but one also beginning to reach out to the state’s diverse population

Opponents hope to flush California’s unisex school bathroom bill

Opponents hope to flush California’s unisex school bathroom bill

By Mary Jackson
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Public Schools | Concerned parents and teachers have launched a petition drive to qualify a ballot measure that would repeal California’s controversial “co-ed bathroom”

 
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