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Brown Vetoes Harsher Bill on Drone Usage

Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown decided that he won’t let California impose stricter rules than the federal government for drone use by law enforcement. Sep 29, 2014 11:37 AM PT

Cops Arrest Parents of 5-Year-Old Found With Cocaine in System

California’s latest candidates for parents of the year have now emerged: Marco and Sandy Cuevas, who were arrested on Thursday in Moorpark after cops found a half-pound of cocaine in the back seat of the car. Next to their five-year-old son. Who, it turns out, tested positive for the powder. Sep 29, 2014 5:33 AM PT

Pool Causes Deer Big Bucking Problem

On Saturday, according to CBSLA.com, an Encino deer hopped a 7-foot fence around a homeowner’s property and proceeded to land right in the swimming pool. And that’s where the buck stopped. Sep 28, 2014 12:12 PM PT

Google, Facebook Pull Out of ALEC

The bloodlust of climate change supporters was satiated a bit more on Tuesday as it looked likely that Facebook will end its relationship with the American Legislative Council (ALEC). The termination of the relationship is ostensibly because of ALEC’s fight against the climate change agenda, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Facebook's move followed Monday’s announcement by Google chairman Eric Schmidt that his company would sever its ties with ALEC. Sep 25, 2014 10:31 AM PT

Report: Secret Service Knew of White House Vulnerability for 20 Years

After Omar Jose Gonzales, 42, was arrested last Friday for jumping the White House fence and running inside, the Washington Post was informed of a classified mock attack on the White House security zone in the early 1990’s that showed the vulnerabilities in the security apparatus, the Post reported. Sep 25, 2014 4:49 AM PT

Ami Bera Loses Support of Sikh Community over 1984 Massacre in India

Democratic Congressman Ami Bera, who is Indian, is losing support for his 2014 reelection because many Sikhs are angry at his refusal to acknowledge the Indian government’s culpability in the massacre of 3,000 Sikhs in India in 1984, according to the Sacramento Bee. Bera hails from the Indian state of Gujurat, but is not Sikh. Sep 24, 2014 4:30 PM PT

Spy Formerly Known as Bradley Manning Files Suit Against Hagel, DOD

The spy formerly known as Bradley Manning is now filing a lawsuit against Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and the Defense Department accusing them of denying Manning “access to medically necessary treatment.” Manning wants to have longer hair, use cosmetics, and receive hormone treatment "in order to express her female gender," since Manning demanded to be viewed as female and called Chelsea the day after being sentenced for a conviction of espionage in August 2013. Sep 24, 2014 7:35 AM PT

Study: Workers with Smartphones at Health Risk

German researchers studying the effects of people taking their work home with them at night or on weekends found that the workers were plagued by a host of issues, including cardiovascular problems, insomnia, headaches, muscular issues, fatigue, anxiety, and stomach problems, according to the Daily Mail. The study, published in the journal Chronobiology International, examined 57,000 people, more than half of whom worked past normal hours, largely driven by access to smartphones and computer tablets. Sep 24, 2014 7:04 AM PT

Proposition 8 Could Push Property Taxes Higher, Despite Prop 13

Proposition 8, which allows homeowners to ask for a decrease in their property taxes when their house decreases in value, may wind up raising property taxes this year as house values are rebounding, Capital Public Radio reports. Sep 24, 2014 6:22 AM PT

San Francisco Embraces School Choice?

San Francisco, bastion of leftism, is considering an unusual avenue toward luring middle-school students to a school in a crime-ridden district: offering them a golden ticket to the high school of their choice, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Sep 24, 2014 5:46 AM PT

13 Years in the Minors, Guilder Rodriguez Makes First MLB Hits Count

Guilder Rodriguez, 31, who played his entire 13-year career in the minors, got his first major league hit in front of his father, Guillermo, who hadn’t seen him play in a baseball game in the United States since Low-A ball in 2004. But the story gets better. Sep 23, 2014 8:21 AM PT

Overnight Fire at Port of L.A.

Schools near the Port of Los Angeles may be closed on Tuesday due to a huge wharf fire that started Monday night, according to the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Fire Capt. Jaime Moore explained that fire officials had to wait until the sun came up Tuesday morning and see the extent of the smoke, which contains liquid cresote, before they could make a determination vis-à-vis the schools. Sep 23, 2014 6:48 AM PT

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