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‘Psychologically tortured’: California city pays man nearly $1m after 17-hour police interrogation

A California city has agreed to pay $900,000 to a man who was subjected to a 17-hour police interrogation in which officers pressured him to falsely confess to murdering his father, who was alive.

6 RivCo Hiking Trail Closures Expected, $100 Fine During Fire Season

The Board of Supervisors is expected to authorize Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department Chief Bill Weiser to close access to multiple outdoor recreational locations for the duration of the Southern California Wildfire Season to minimize public safety risks.

California could require age verification to visit porn sites

Republican Assemblymember Juan Alanis, a former Stanislaus County sheriff’s sergeant, and San Ramon Democrat Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, a women’s rights advocate, may not have a lot in common. 

Arizona doctors can come to California to perform abortions under new law signed by Gov. Newsom

Arizona doctors can temporarily come to California to perform abortions for their patients under a new law signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

These fed-up parents fought California’s pandemic schooling and won. Now what?

At the height of the pandemic, in spring 2020, Maria O. her husband and four children were quarantined in their one-bedroom apartment in South Los Angeles, each vying for privacy, quiet and adequate technology to work and attend school remotely.

Can Gen Z-ers Afford To Buy A Single-Family California Home In 2024?

The California housing market may be too pricey for most Gen Z-ers starting in life, but are they doomed to rent or live in multi-generational homes with their family forever? Not necessarily, but it may be along and winding road to homeownership, according to a recent report from Point2.com.

Federal Reserve minutes: Officials worried that progress on inflation could stall in coming months

Federal Reserve officials acknowledged at their most recent meeting in January that there had been “significant progress” in reducing U.S. inflation. But some of the policymakers expressed concern that strong growth in spending and hiring could disrupt that progress.

A Los Angeles woman was arrested in Russia on charges of treason. Here’s what we know

Russia’s main domestic intelligence agency has arrested a woman with dual U.S. and Russian citizenship on charges of treason, accusing her of collecting money for the Ukrainian military.

Trump faces warning signs that his fundraising prowess may have limits in 2024 campaign

Donald Trump’s legendary ability to raise massive sums of political cash may be on a collision course with a new and unpleasant reality.

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6 RivCo Hiking Trail Closures Expected, $100 Fine During Fire Season

The Board of Supervisors is expected to authorize Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department Chief Bill Weiser to close access to multiple outdoor recreational locations for the duration of the Southern California Wildfire Season to minimize public safety risks.

California could require age verification to visit porn sites

Republican Assemblymember Juan Alanis, a former Stanislaus County sheriff’s sergeant, and San Ramon Democrat Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, a women’s rights advocate, may not have a lot in common. 

Arizona doctors can come to California to perform abortions under new law signed by Gov. Newsom

Arizona doctors can temporarily come to California to perform abortions for their patients under a new law signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Mt. San Jacinto College Celebrates “A Legacy of Transformation” at the 2024 Commencement 

Two prestigious national scholarship recipients, a veteran re-entering the workforce, and a proud mother and her son were among the record-number of graduates who participated in the Mt. San Jacinto College commencement ceremony on Thursday at Pechanga Resort Casino.  
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