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Scandal-Plagued LAUSD Installs System to Delete Emails after One Year

The Los Angeles Unified school board, under fire because of the release of internal emails outlining a possibly inappropriate relationship between its executives and Apple, as well as textbook publisher Pearson, has decided to buy a service that will automatically destroy staff emails after one year. Sep 10, 2014 10:20 AM PT

Deng Responds to Scouting Report Read by Ferry

Miami Heat forward Luol Deng responded on Tuesday to a scouting report read by Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry on a conference call among the team’s executives which was racially insensitive and ultimately landed Ferry in hot water. Sep 10, 2014 7:12 AM PT

Schwarzenegger's Day at the Capitol

Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger had a grand day in Sacramento on Monday, first appearing at a climate change symposium with Governor Jerry Brown and then attending the unveiling of his portrait in the state rotunda. It was his first public appearance in Sacramento since he left office in 2011. Sep 9, 2014 3:52 PM PT

CA Man Travels USA with Giant Inflatable Testicle

A 31-year-old testicular cancer survivor from Salinas, California is pushing a 6-foot inflatable “testicle” across the country to heighten the public’s awareness of the disease. Sep 9, 2014 8:26 AM PT

Yosemite Hikers Evacuated from Wildfire

A small fire in the backcountry of Yosemite National Park that had been allowed to burn for forest restoration and various other reasons was transformed into a dangerous wildfire on Sunday by strong winds and high temperatures, reports the Fresno Bee. Sep 8, 2014 2:13 PM PT

Google to Pay $19 Million in FTC Lawsuit Against In-App Purchases

Google has settled charges brought by the federal government, consenting to reimburse $19 million to consumers whose children may have been deceptively lured into buying items through the Android app store, reports the Washington Post. Sep 8, 2014 1:28 PM PT

Hawks Punish Danny Ferry for Reading Aloud Someone Else's Racist Comment

In a weird display of punishing the messenger for the message, Atlanta Hawks co-owner and CEO Steve Koonin said disciplinary action will be taken against general manager Danny Ferry for reading aloud a comment someone else made about a prospective player for the team. Sep 8, 2014 7:53 AM PT

He'll Be Back: Schwarzenegger Returns to Sacramento to Celebrate Climate Change

In a rare appearance marking his former identity as governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to Sacramento on Monday for two reasons: to join Governor Jerry Brown to champion the state’s efforts addressing climate change, and to celebrate the unveiling of his portrait in the capitol rotunda, according to the Associated Press. Sep 8, 2014 7:48 AM PT

California's Immigration Activists Furious with White House Delay

California's immigration activists are furious at President Barack Obama's recent decision to postpone taking executive action to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, breaking a promise to do so by summer's end. Republicans maintain that Obama's executive action would have been unconstitutional, regardless. Sep 7, 2014 11:58 AM PT

Boxer May Drop 'Senator' for 'Ma'am'

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that all signs read stop for Sen. Barbara Boxer’s 2016 campaign. Boxer, 73, has not indicated whether she will run for re-election, but her campaign account has less than a paltry $200,000, as opposed to the $3.5 million she had amassed at the same stage in her last election campaign. Sep 7, 2014 11:20 AM PT

Joan Rivers Remembered by Fans on Walk of Fame

On Thursday, Sep. 4, KCAL 9 News Los Angeles showed fans of the late Joan Rivers stopping by her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to pay their respects and comment on how much the late comedienne meant to them. Sep 5, 2014 12:56 PM PT

Why Brown is Winning: Californians Are More Optimistic

A new Field Poll finds a huge increase in the percentage of Californians happy with the direction the state is headed, bolstering Governor jerry Brown’s reelection chances. 43% of respondents thought that the state was improving, compared to only 13% in 2010. Though 41% of voters thought things were deteriorating, in 2010 that number was a staggering 80%. Sep 5, 2014 12:41 PM PT

Seal Virus Threat to Humans

The scientific journal Nature Communications has published the results of a study conducted by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital that focused on an avian influenza virus that left harbor seals dead along the New England coast, and their findings indicate that the virus poses a threat to humans. Sep 5, 2014 10:05 AM PT

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