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Freedom Debt Relief Reviews Reveal Ways that Californians Could Weather the Next Recession

While no one really likes to think about the possibility of another recession, sometimes it is hard not to, especially if you live in California. A recent report shows that Californians have more twice as much debt as income, which could spell trouble for many people. The report draws its information from data found in from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other similar databases. It compared Californians debt to that of residents of other states.

San Francisco Welcomes Traveling Cryptocurrency Conference

On Monday, a traveling cryptocurrency conference made its way to San Francisco, where it showed off the latest technology in a craze that has swept across both the country and the world.

Golden State Warriors Looking Ahead to Postseason.

There are very few teams in the NBA that can claim to be as good as Golden State on any given night. There are even fewer teams in the NBA that can claim to go toe-to-toe with the Dubs during a seven-game series. One of those teams seems to be the Houston Rockets, who recently clinched a 2 - 1 series win over the Warriors for their regular season matchups.

DACA and the Government

The federal government, shortly after William Alsup’s ruling, announced that it will be accepting applications from DACA recipients.

Vallejo Students Happy to Have Comfort Animals in Classroom

When you walk into Sadie Leslie's first-grade classroom, you immediately notice the unusual sounds. In addition to the sounds of pencils scribbling away, pages being turned, and kids working together on problems, you can also hear purring and meowing. Ms. Leslie has brought cats into her classroom at Loma Vista Environmental Science Academy, but not just any cats.

Mandatory Evacuations Ignored Results in Tragedy

As parts of Montecito still recover from the horrible mudslides that ruined many properties and killed 21 people, questions about the mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders start to surface. Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown revealed that seventeen of the deaths occurred to people who lived in or very near to the mandatory evacuation zones.

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