Two separate challenges to the supremacy of teacher seniority in California are moving forward this week. One is a legal pleading. The second is legislative reform. With teachers already in short supply, California’s dedication to safeguarding those closest to retirement seems like a legal stand ripe for rethinking.
Sheriff Vern Warnke on Tuesday announced an investigation into several Pentecost associations he said have been using spikes and nails to prod bulls during cultural and religious bullfights that have been advertised as “bloodless.”
If the sky darkens momentarily in the coming days, it just might be a cluster of mortarboards blocking the sun. Graduations will march forward this week at more than a dozen nearby high schools and at California State University, Stanislaus, in Turlock.
The Clovis woman charged with driving drunk and killing a man on Highway 41 in Madera County pleaded not guilty Tuesday to two felony DUI counts and vehicular manslaughter charges in Madera County Superior Court.
A sobriety checkpoint and DUI patrols will be conducted by the Avoid the 12 Task Force in Stanislaus County this weekend. Officers are targeting intoxicated drivers on this first holiday weekend of the summer driving season, according to a news release from the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department.
A Ceres police car collided with another vehicle at the intersection of Mitchell and Fowler roads on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, in Ceres, Calif. Neither drivers of the vehicles required hospitalization. The California Highway Patrol is investigating. According to a witness, the police vehicle was travelling south on Mitchell Road and the SUV north before attempting to turn west on Fowler and colliding with the police car. (Brian Clarkemail@example.com)
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