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March 22, 2008 5:08 AM

D.C. chats about our wilderness

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Recreational weed is now legal in California. So what does that mean?

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SUV tears into Modesto home

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Almond tree shines in honor of Hughson girl who died in crash

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

Community responds to Diablo Canyon closure plan at public meetings 2:09

Community responds to Diablo Canyon closure plan at public meetings

SLO County leaders push state to consider economic impacts of Diablo Canyon closure 1:30

SLO County leaders push state to consider economic impacts of Diablo Canyon closure

Raw footage of scene after SUV crashes into house in Modesto 0:37

Raw footage of scene after SUV crashes into house in Modesto

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