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Los Angeles Olympic dreams might be delayed to 2028
Los Angeles Olympic organizers are putting their plans on display at a time of uncertainty in the race for the 2024 Games
The Latest: Budget holds universities' 'feet to the fire'
California Gov. Jerry Brown says he's withholding $50 million from the University of California's budget to "hold their feet to the fire."
Before, after photos show California landscapes making a comeback from drought
Before-and-after photos of various landscapes in California show what a difference the deluge of winter rain has made after years of weather /drought.htm" id="ramplink_drought_" targetblank">drought . Photos taken by Getty Images photographer Justin Sullivan in the summer of 2014 -- in the middle
Index: New developments in death of Texas police officer
Brush fire in the Florida Everglades; Hyundai and Kia recall 1.5 million SUVs.
Neil Gorsuch emotional about right-to-die questions in Supreme Court confirmation hearings
The right-to-die argument took center stage on the third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings, prompting an emotional response from nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch . In 2006, Gorsuch wrote a book titled "The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia" about the ethical and legal debate surrounding
California ’s wet weather has some believing the drought is over
A statewide downpour brought chaos to Californians this week, but it also provided some welcome relief to the state's 20 million residents who have suffered from drought conditions for more than four years. The record precipitation now has some experts declaring the drought over. The beginning The
California continues attempts to fix the Oroville Dam so residents can return home
After evacuating nearly 200,000 residents, the state is making an emergency effort stabilize the structure to before a full failure, which would flood the area.
Water levels fall at threatened California dam as 200K evacuated
Water levels are continuing to fall at the Oroville Dam, where officials ordered nearly 200,000 people to evacuate to safer ground over fears that the country's tallest dam would release uncontrolled floodwaters downstream. Spillage from the dam has stopped as a result of the lower water levels,
Man Takes Jet Ski Through Flooded California Streets
A man jet skied through flooded streets in Fullerton, California, this weekend. The jet skier, Mark Gomez , is a professional stuntman and performed the surreal feat in two takes. California is recovering from a wave of winter storms that have pummeled the state with rain. Gov. Jerry Brown issued