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California Legislature Considers Bill to Allow Recreational Marijuana at County Fairgrounds

California State Senate Bill 94 was attached to the state budget last week, according to CBS San Francisco, which could allow current marijuana vendors to receive temporary licenses to sell their products at any of the county fairs up and down the state.

Snowmelt Forces Residents From Homes and Floods Golf Resort on Kings River

Around 300 residents were ordered to evacuate their homes near the Kings River in Central California on Saturday. The river carries meltwater from the Sierra Nevada mountains. High temperatures have caused much more melting than usual after the heavy winter snow season that officially ended California's drought conditions.

The Development of a Massive Housing Project in East-Oakland

The developed a 935-home community in East Oakland’s hills is almost being approved after being waited for over one decade. The projects will become the biggest single development that has ever been established in the history of the city.

Police Commission Calls for Inspector General to Probe LAPD Cadet Scandal

LAPD's formerly highly-respected cadet program is in more trouble. On June 25th, Police Commission head Matt Johnson called for LAPD's Inspector General Alex Bustamonte to lead a probe into the controversial program that allows teens to work directly with officers.

Red Abalone Season Limits Shrink, Extend to 2018

Protecting California's waters, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife reported to the San Francisco Chronicle that the red abalone season will be limited for 2017, extending into 2018. California's kelp forests have been dying off, which is affecting the population of red abalone, a rare and highly-desirable shellfish.

Sleepy, Droopy-Faced Mastiff Named World's Ugliest Dog

Martha, a big, lazy, saggy pup, might not be the most sophisticated looking canine in the dog park, but there is one thing special about her: she’s a world champion.

At the 29th annual World’s Ugliest Dog contest held in Northern California, all sorts of dogs strutted their stuff in hopes of being crowned the ugliest dog in the world. Some were fat, some skinny, some extremely furry, and some completely bald, but Martha, a 3-year-old, 125 pound Neapolitan Mastiff trumped them all.

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