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First Stage of IT Project Plans Due by Oct. 31

Oct 22, 2014

Feasibility Study Report Process for IT Projects to be Phased Out As part of the Department of Technology’s State Technology Approval Reform (STAR) project introduced last year to improve California’s project approval process, state agencies have until October

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What’s Next for Southern California Intelligent Transit Projects?

Oct 22, 2014

The Los Angeles County Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (LA SAFE) has shed some light on what IT projects could be in the pipeline for L.A.’s congested freeways.

TechWire
Two Big Trends for Managing the Water-Energy Nexus

Oct 22, 2014

Extreme water management and cow indigestion have more in common that you would ever imagine.

TechWire
Tech Commuter Buses Not Just For Bay Area Anymore

Oct 22, 2014

Local search giant YP reached out to S.F. start-up RidePal to bring the perk south as competition for technologists in Los Angeles heats up.

TechWire
Oregon Gives Up on Oracle Technology, Will Use Another State’s System

Oct 22, 2014

Officials cite problems with the company's products as well as what they characterize as lack of cooperation from the software giant -- which state officials have blamed for the debacle and subsequently sued.

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Chinese May Go After California High-Speed Rail Project

Oct 22, 2014

Wednesday is the deadline for companies or groups to submit an expression of interest for a contract to supply up to 95 trains, and China CNR Corp, its unit Tangshan Railway and US-based SunGroup USA, will be among those submitting.

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Native American Tribes Have the Right, but Not the Resources, to Prosecute Abusers

Oct 21, 2014

By Leah Bartos

Native American woman face a 2 in 5 chance of experiencing some form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime. In most of these cases – 86 percent – the perpetrator of the violence will be non-Native.

These statistics, based on federal data, reflect a rate of violence against Native American women...

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FOX40
‘This is the Worst’: Hyacinth Suffocates Stockton Marina

Oct 21, 2014
‘This is the Worst’: Hyacinth Suffocates Stockton Marina

STOCKTON- The hyacinth at Tower Park Marina, has reached heights as tall as four feet. “I’ve been out there about 20 years now. And this is the worst,”Jerry Trumaine, Vice Commodore Marina West Yacht Club, told FOX40 Tuesday. A bit inconvenient for those fishing the delta. “Then the water lily goes on our line,...

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Tubbs Returns to Stockton City Council after DUI Arrest

Oct 21, 2014
Tubbs Returns to Stockton City Council after DUI Arrest

STOCKTON- No action was taken against Michael Tubbs in a closed City Council session Tuesday in Stockton. Supporters and critics were at Tuesday night to Stockton city council meeting. The arrest of Michael Tubbs took center stage, the councilman of District 6 has been in the limelight before. Back in 2012 at only 21-years-old...

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WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

Oct 21, 2014
WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

It’s been almost 2 months since the video involving NFL player Ray Rice, and his then-fiancé, Janay Palmer surfaced. It captured the couple arguing in a hotel elevator and then words turned physical. The disturbing images brought the issue of domestic violence to an all-time high. “We’ve been really busy given all the business...

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