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Judge: Bad teachers cost kids big bucks

Jun 10, 2014
A California judge's ruling could change the way teachers are hired and fired.
Posted In: tenure, teachers, california

Assemble your own Stanley Cup gift basket

Jun 4, 2014
The numbers behind what some are calling a pretty low stakes wager
Posted In: Stanley Cup, california, New York, Jerry Brown, Andrew Cuomo

Double charged: The true cost of juvenile justice

May 8, 2014
How much parents pay when their kids are in trouble with the law.
Posted In: Youth Radio, Juvenile, Double Charged, california

Drought-resistant gardens can be more than gravel

Mar 20, 2014
As the California drought continues, some homeowners are rethinking their green grass lawns.
Posted In: california, drought, gardening

Forced labor, prostitution continues at U.S.-Mexico border

Feb 24, 2014
People, mostly women, are sold and forced into labor or sex.
Posted In: labor, forced, prostitution, border, San Diego, california

President Obama could make it rain in California

Feb 14, 2014
California's thirst for water may be quenched by federal relief
Posted In: california, drought, California drought 2014, Barack Obama

California's drought: Bad, but not the whole economy

Feb 12, 2014
California is in the middle of its worst drought in a century. Why isn't that enough to tip the economy?
Posted In: california, drought, California drought 2014

The 'state' of Silicon Valley

Feb 12, 2014
A venture capitalist wants California to be six separate entities.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, california

Silicon Galley? Seeking innovation off-shore

Feb 11, 2014
A new generation of pioneers is seeking to create their own communities where the focus is on innovation for business outside of the mainstream -- and outside of the United States.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, california

California's governor can't make it rain. Which is why the price of your salad is likely to go up.

Jan 17, 2014
California's rainfall last year was the lowest since 1877, it hasn’t rained yet this "rainy season," fire watch started in January, and there's almost no Sierra snowpack to melt. There's a drought emergency in this giant agricultural state.
Posted In: drought, california, Jerry Brown

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