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"Ghost" Targets LA Businesses

A burglar that authorities have nicknamed "The Ghost" has broken into more than forty Los Angeles businesses in the past few months.

Mix trash with your recyclables? Expect higher taxes, CalRecycle says

When Californians leave their recyclables on the curb each week, it is the first step in an international waste conversion journey. At least a third of all California recyclables are exported overseas. Many recyclables end up in Japan, Germany or Mexico, countries that purchase them in bulk to manufacture them into new usable materials.

California to allow for Gender-neutral Birth Certificate

Birth Certificate

A.T. Furuya is vocal when it comes to advocating for transgender. A.T. Furuya, 35 was the first person in the country to obtain a certificate that is not designated as either male or female. To receive this papers, people like Furuya had to get an affidavit from doctors, ascertaining that they have undergone gender treatment for gender transition.

'The Ghost' Raises Alert with Los Angeles Police with his Latest String of Burglaries

Burglaries

The San Fernando Valley is facing a man-made crisis, while other areas of California fight off wildfires. “The Ghost,” so named by Los Angeles police officers, has been burglarizing businesses throughout the valley, leaving business owners devastated and feeling violated. As police continue to investigate, hoping for a break that will lead them to the identity of “The Ghost,” business owners speak publicly about what the burglaries have cost them.

Pet Cemetery Amazingly is Spared From California Fires

In the midst of the charred landscape remaining as an aftermath of the Atlas fire burn area sits the Bubbling Wells Pet Memorial Park, which overlooks the world-famous Napa Valley's “Wine Country” in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. It is an oasis of green off Atlas Peak Drive and somehow escaped the wildfires that swept the area.

Governor Vetoes "Three Strikes" Law that Honors Fallen Cop

Over the weekend, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a proposed law which he says was too similar to a "three strikes" law that the state has already abandoned.

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