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FOX40 NewsCalifornia's Supreme Court ruled that illegal immigrants can attend state college at get a discount by paying in-state tuition. The ruling has college students outraged that tax dollars are going to people who are not US citizens. The immigrant students...
FOX40 NewsAn internal review of sex crime reports shows the University of California at Davis accidentally reported higher than accurate statistics, a new press release from the school read Thursday. In February, FOX40 News reported UC Davis had more reported...
Tags: Crimes, Assault, Sexual Assault, Sex Crimes, Social Issues
The Associated PressIf your diet is not working, it could be your genes. That's the pitch behind a new test that claims to show whether people will do better on a low-fat or a low-carbohydrate weight loss plan. We're all hard-wired with DNA that controls how we burn and...
It may have taken 18 months, but the state Public Utilities Commission has finally pulled the plug on a humming backyard electric transformer that a Cerritos man says kept him awake at night. The Southern California Edison Co. has replaced the noisy...
FOX 17 NewsIn the middle of all the holiday chaos, gas prices shot up in West Michigan. "They seem to be pretty expensive all of the sudden," said Craig Weidenfeller who is home for the holidays from California. Drivers out shopping and visiting for Christmas...
COSTA MESA — The vice president of the College Park Elementary School PTA is gathering signatures to petition the City Council to install a blinking yellow light at two intersections where children, she said, are in danger of being hit by cars....
Tags: Vehicles, PTA, Elections, Children, Transportation
Pacific Gas and Electric, the largest private electric provider in the U.S., has somehow been allowed to use $46 million collected from its customers to put Proposition 16 on the June ballot. PG&E is the dominant backer of Proposition 16 with a single...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffDemocrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman face off Tuesday in their first gubernatorial debate. The debate at University of California, Davis is scheduled to take place from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the...
FOX40 NewsJerry Brown supporters at UC Davis on Tuesday, said they want a governor who will provide jobs and fight for working families. Regina Gastelum's husband lost his job almost two years ago. "It's very important to have a person that is for the working...
Associated PressDAVIS, Calif. -- Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman clashed Tuesday over remedies for the state's teetering economy, using their first gubernatorial debate to draw sharp contrasts between their potential solutions for returning California's...
Tags: Government, Unemployment Benefits, Elections, KTLA, Jerry Brown
Los Angeles TimesThe candidates vying to be California's next governor had their first face-to-face debate Tuesday evening. A polite but contentious exchange in which Republican Meg Whitman and Democrat Jerry Brown largely stuck to their campaign stump scripts,...
FOX40 NewsA terrier found by authorities in an apartment complex dumpster has been put to sleep. Officials with the Yolo County Sheriff's Department say a gray Terrier mix was found inside a dumpster at the Danville Apartments in Davis by a maintenance person....
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