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Big-money Chevron muscles local government election

Oct 15, 2014

Oct. 13, 2014 - Rachel Maddow reports on how Chevron is flooding local elections in Richmond, California to install politicians who are friendlier to the company’s agenda and less resistant to new projects.


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SFO Allows Sidecar to Provide Airport Transportation in New Agreement

Oct 15, 2014

San Francisco International Airport reaches a permit deal with Sidecar to allow ride-for-hire app to provide service to and from SFO, the first such deal in California and second in the nation. Also: Intel kicks off Silicon Valley earnings season.

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7 Apple Rumors; Which Will Prove True?

Oct 15, 2014

Apple's next big event is coming up Oct. 16 in Cupertino, and the tech giant is expected to let us see the baby: its latest tablet.

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San Bernardino County Website Lists Personalized Election Info

Oct 15, 2014

With the new application, registered voters can get their registration status, polling place location, which districts they’re eligible to vote in, and other personalized information, said registrar Michael Scarpello.

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Women Fall Back in Tech Industry, and the Reasons Aren’t Entirely Clear

Oct 15, 2014

When Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said last week that women needn’t ask for raises but should trust in the system to get the pay they deserved, a firestorm of reaction ignited around the issues of unequal pay for men and women and the gender gap in the technology industry.

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California to Spend Up to $44 Million for Ambitious Alpha Stem Cell Clinic Plan

California late next week is expected to plunk down as much as $44 million to help make the Golden State the global leader in stem cell research as well as a go-to location worldwide for patient stem cell therapies.


The ambitious plan comes from the state's $3 billion stem cell agency which plans to...

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Most Parents Install Car Seats for Newborns Incorrectly

Oct 14, 2014

By Fran Kritz A new study finds that nearly all parents install car seats for newborns incorrectly. Parents who are low income or speak poor English are the most likely to make installation and positioning mistakes. Researchers from the Oregon Health a...

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Some sections of the San Andreas Fault system in San Francisco Bay Area are locked, overdue for major earthquakes

Oct 14, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO October 14, 2014 - Four urban sections of the San Andreas Fault system in Northern California have stored enough energy to produce major earthquakes, according to a new study that measures fault creep. Three fault sections – Hayward, Rodgers Creek and Green Valley – are nearing or past their average recurrence interval,...

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California Heat Delivers a Costly Blow to Coastal San Diego

Oct 14, 2014

Oct. 14, 2014 - San Diego, known for having one of the most desirable climates in the United States, set a record over the summer that will never be broken: It had zero days that were cooler than normal. None. Four were exactly the climatological norm, and 90 were warmer than average.

For 13 days...

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Case Study: California Department of Corrections SAP migration

Oct 14, 2014

Sponsored by HP As part of a broader strategic plan to drive efficiencies within its IT operations, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) decided to migrate its SAP® environment from an aging legacy

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