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Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

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Will we have another warm winter, or pay the price with snow and ice?

Officer Involved Shooting Leaves One Dead 0:52

Officer Involved Shooting Leaves One Dead

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The story behind the "Charlie Brown tree" in Hughson orchard

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Burglars caught on camera attacking barking dog, making off with TV

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark 1:14

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark

Shanahan: 'We just need to get better' 2:53

Shanahan: 'We just need to get better'

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Pigskin Postgame Wrap with Joe Cortez and James Burns

  • Jerry Brown optimistic about disaster relief from Trump

    Gov. Jerry Brown said Monday, March 20, 2017, that he feels good about getting federal funding for the winter storms.

Water & Drought

Trump approves funds for California relief, including $274 million for Oroville Dam

President Donald Trump announced Sunday the approval of $540 million in relief funds – the largest yet – for California to pay for costs associated with the winter storms, including $274 million earmarked for repairs to the Oroville Dam spillway.

Water & Drought

Shasta water release plan has no cutbacks to farmers – for now

After weeks of uncertainty and pressure from members of Congress, federal officials on Wednesday announced a plan for managing water releases from California’s largest reservoir this summer in a manner that will not involve cutbacks in farm water deliveries – at least if all goes as hoped. The good news for farmers may not bode well for endangered fish.

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