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Implementing Water Infrastructure Improvements Via Proposition 1 in California

During his recent State of the Union address, President Trump called on Congress to implement major infrastructure improvements in the United States. California voters have already initiated efforts to upgrade and expand some key water quality infrastructure assets.

"Winchester" Film Raises Interest in Eponymous Mansion

"Winchester" may be a newly-released horror film that stars Helen Mirren, but it is based on a true story. The film concerns the life of Sarah Winchester and her infamously haunted mansion that San Jose's tourists flock to every year.

Firefighters Attack a Fire in Malibu

Bushfire broke at around 3 A.M. on a hillside around the Malibu Library area on Monday prompting authorities to issue temporary and mandatory excavation orders around the area. This comes after the National Weather Service issued a red flag in large parts of Sothern California citing concerns over a rise in strong winds combined with low relative humidity. The organization added The Santa Ana winds were the cause of this phenomenon.

Construction Company Files Suit Claiming That California Bullet Train Is Preventing Further Contracts

Despite intentions to benefit local companies in Central Valley, the new California bullet train has halted one construction company's business.

The firm, West Pacific Electric Company, is led by Virginia Villa. Villa obtained a contract for a piece of the construction of the rail after attending the project's outreach meetings for a year.

The Consequences Of The Severe Drought In California

Severe Drought

Despite California's escape from the drought for a brief period, scientists have declared in excess of forty percent of California is in a moderate drought. The Sierra Nevada snowpack has also been confirmed by the water officials as lower than normal. The counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles constitute almost 25 percent of the population of the state, and are rated in serious drought.

Drug Raids Continue in California

Drug Raids

The state of California has many companies that are focused on selling drugs legally. Over the past few years, many states have relaxed laws around drug use. However, there are many people who are still selling drugs illegally. The process to open a certified business is not expensive. As a result, the state police are not offering any leniency to people who are growing drugs illegally.

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