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WFIU
10/19/2018

Food scholar Elizabeth Dunn reflects on food traditions and the semi-permanent life inside a refugee camp.
KQED
10/19/2018

Vulnerable Resources Near a Ticking Time Bomb The Hayward Fault is capable of producing a 7.0 earthquake over an area with hundreds of hospitals, schools, police and fire stations. A recent study found such an event would cause an estimated 800 deat
KQED
9/11/2018

Gov. Brown Signs Bill to Ban Fossil Fuels in California Gov. Jerry Brown is putting California on track to eliminate the use of fossil fuels in generating electricity by 2045. He did that Monday at the Capitol by signing SB 100. It makes California
KQED
9/10/2018

Delta Fire Continues to Spread in Northern California A nearly 50-mile stretch of Interstate 5 remained closed over the weekend as firefighters worked to get the Delta Fire under control in Shasta and Trinity counties. The highway reopened Monday mo
KQED
9/13/2018

Six Dead in Bakersfield Shootings; Gunman Kills Self A shooting rampage in Bakersfield on Wednesday evening has left six people dead. The suspect killed five people in multiple locations before turning the gun on himself. Guest: Alex Hall  ACLU Reac
KQED
9/18/2018

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Wants More Witnesses at Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Hearing California Sen. Dianne Feinstein is criticizing the Republican plan to call just two witnesses at next week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on sexual assault c
KQED
9/21/2018

Feinstein’s Office Receives Threats Amid Kavanaugh Controversy According to a spokesman, Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office has received threats of bodily harm, some aimed at specific staff members. Feinstein is pressing the FBI to reopen it
KQED
9/24/2018

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Calls for Postponement of Kavanaugh Hearings California Sen. Dianne Feinstein is calling for the Senate committee that’s vetting SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh to postpone any further proceedings. Feinstein requested that
KQED
10/1/2018

Justice Department Sues California Over Hours-Old Net Neutrality Law The federal government is suing California over net neutrality rules just signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown. The regulations mirror Obama-era rules that prohibit internet provide
KQED
10/18/2018

L.A. Federal Judge Could Limit Regulation of Conditions at Facilities for Migrant Children Wednesday is the first day on the job for an independent monitor tasked with making sure that the federal government follows court orders when it comes to tre

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