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Graduate medical education opportunities expand in the San Joaquin Valley

Mar 5, 2013

By Diana Hallare A new crop of programs encourages more primary care docs to put down roots in the valley - while training them to serve a diverse population.

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FOX40
Little Opposition to Planned Galt Casino

Mar 5, 2013
Little Opposition to Planned Galt Casino

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There was a lot of love for the Wilton Rancheria Indian Tribe and their casino proposal Tuesday evening at the Galt City Council meeting.

Galt residents stood up in support for the 2,000-plus jobs the casino would bring, the …


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Family Successfully Sues School District over Molestation Case

Mar 5, 2013
Family Successfully Sues School District over Molestation Case

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The family of a special needs girl that was molested by a school bus driver was awarded $4.75 million in a suit against the Lodi Unified School District.

Diana C., now 10, was eight years old when bus driver …


Tahoe Truckee Outdoor
Big storm to hit Lake Tahoe Tuesday evening

Big storm to hit Lake Tahoe Tuesday evening

  The biggest storm in more than two months is expected to hit Tuesday evening in the Sierra. A winter weather advisory will remain in effect from 10:00pm Tuesday through 10:00pm Wednesday. The National Weather Service of Reno is predictin...

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HealthyCal.org
Why we need more medical interpreters

Mar 5, 2013

For more than a million Californians, the promise of expanded access to health care is at risk – because nurses and doctors can't understand the language they are speaking.

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FOX40
Arena Group Releases “Home Court Advantage” Report

Mar 5, 2013

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Think BIG Sacramento, Mayor Kevin Johnson’s arena initiative group, met with the Sacramento region’s Builders Association to discuss their “Home Court Advantage” report Tuesday.

The report compares and contrasts the Sacramento and Seattle markets during the two decades both …


California Political News and Views
Arnold the Terminator: Why Did he Try to Terminate the Republican Party and the California Economy?

  Arnold still haunting GOP conventions By John Seiler, Calwatchdog,   3/4/13 The ghost haunting this past weekend’s California Republican Convention in Sacramento was the steroid-bloated, hulking apparition of ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. J...

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PDA a Grey Area in Malls

Mar 5, 2013

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Codes of conduct at malls are in the spotlight after a gay couple was asked to leave the Westfield Galleria in Roseville Saturday for showing too much affection.

Less than 20 miles from the Galleria mall, Steve Reed, the …


California Political News and Views
Coupal: Shrieks and Moans and Spending Cuts

  Shrieks and Moans and Spending Cuts By Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association,   3/3/13 It’s been said that taking a dollar from a bureaucrat — and a politician too, for that matter — is like taking a piece of raw meat f...

California Political News and Views
Paradise Lost – California is not too big to fail

  Paradise Lost – California is not too big to fail By Shawn Steel and K.E. Grubbs, Jr., Union Watch,   3/4/13 One early December morning, Las Vegas police moved in on the Silverton Hotel and Casino, just off the Strip and known for its 117,00...

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