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Bear attacks California camper

Bear attacks California camper

A California camper was hospitalized after a bear forced its way into his tent and left him with a laceration on his forehead at a campground near Altadena early Saturday morning, authorities confi

Facebook ‘photo tagging’ class-action suit can proceed: Calif. judge rules

Facebook ‘photo tagging’ class-action suit can proceed: Calif. judge rules

The class-action lawsuit that challenges social-networking giant Facebook Inc.’s practice of using facial recognition technology to identify people in uploaded photos can proceed, a federal court i

California crime rings targeting almonds, cashews

almonds, cashews

Declining production of almonds and cashews due to California’s years-long drought and unstable weather has given birth to a new organized crime -- black marketing of high-end nuts.

Lane-splitting by motorcyclists may be dangerous

Lane-splitting by motorcyclists may be dangerous

Sightings of motorcyclists zipping through traffic and splitting lanes are not rare in heavily populated cities like Los Angeles.

California A.G. issues subpoenas to oil refiners in gas-price probe

California State Attorney General Kamala Harris’ Office has confirmed that subpoenas have been issued to oil refiners as part of its investigation into unusually high gasoline prices in the state d

California’s teacher tenure bill falls short in first legislative vote

California’s teacher tenure bill falls short in first legislative vote

A California bill designed to change how schools in the state retain and fire teachers fell short in its first legislative vote on Wednesday.

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