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At least 15 dead as severe weather sweeps across central US; on Memorial Day, IA labor leaders honor fallen workers; Medical center installs microgrid to safeguard clinic power supply; 'Second look' laws gain traction, but MS sticks to elderly parole; Will summer heat melt New Mexicans' cravings for ice cream?

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One congressman cites ways Biden could get more support from communities of color. A new Louisiana law reclassifies two abortion medications as controlled substances. And Ohio advocates work to boost youth voter turnout.

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Smokey Bear thought only "you" could prevent forest fires, but decomposing mushrooms may also help, a Native American community in Oregon is achieving healthcare sovereignty, and Colorado farmers hope fast-maturing, drought-tolerant seeds will better handle climate change.

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Oil Drilling, Fracking Exempt from Mandatory Water Conservation

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - California Gov. Jerry Brown last week ordered the first-ever mandatory water restrictions in state history. The State Water …

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New L.A. Earthquake Retrofit Plan Emphasizes Economic Impacts

LOS ANGELES – The founder of California's Great Shakeout public awareness earthquake drills says Mayor Eric Garcetti's sweeping earthquake retro…

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L.A. Wildlife Crossing Would Be World's Largest

LOS ANGELES - Prompted by the discovery of a mountain lion known as P-22 in L.A.'s Griffith Park, wildlife advocates say now is the time to build a …

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Drought, Climate Change Force Re-Evaluation of Wildfire-Fighting Priorities

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California's ongoing drought continues to aggravate wildfires across the state. The Boles Fire in Siskiyou County has …

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Calif. Plastic Bag Ban Advocates Cite State's Coastal Obligation

SAN DIEGO - California is poised to become the first state in the nation to enact a statewide ban on single-use grocery store plastic bags, following …

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Coalition: Can State Water Plan Sustain Colorado Recreation Economy?

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. - Outdoor business leaders and conservationists are joining forces to urge Colorado to prioritize river-based recreation in …

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Los trabajadores de CA buscan contrarrestar la influencia y el alcance de Koch Brothers

OAKLAND, Calif. - De acuerdo a un reporte reciente del Center for Public Integrity (Centro por la Integridad Pública) las redes de comunicaci…

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California Labor Seeks to Blunt Koch Brothers' Influence and Reach

OAKLAND, Calif. - According to a new report from the Center for Public Integrity, political networks funded by the Koch Brothers have already paid …

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A sus 50 años, la Ley Silvestre le funciona bien a California

En el 50º Aniversario de la Ley Silvestre, sus defensores reflexionan sobre la grandeza de la legislación que creó el Sistema Nacional …

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At 50 Years, Wilderness Act Working Well for California

LOS ANGELES – With the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, wilderness advocates are reflecting on the legislation that created the National …

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