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Fistfights, protests at California GOP convention as Trump speaks

Donald Trump was the first to speak Friday, his speech delayed by protesters who forced his motorcade to take a different route to the convention.

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Sunday May Day marches expected to draw large crowds, more security

May Day Protestors March For Immigration Reform

May Day march organizers are asking participants to remain peaceful while police say they're ready for whatever happens following violent protests at Donald Trump's California appearances.

Education More

California test opt-out rates look highest among 11th graders

Common Core California

Burbank High School had a 41 percent opt-out rate on this year's state standardized tests. That's much higher than the statewide percentage.

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LA Metro offers free rides for Expo extension opening

Expo Line Phase 2

The free rides will be available on the entire Expo Line, not just the new extension. They begin at noon May 20 and last until close of service May 21.

Arts & Entertainment More

James Turrell in Palo Alto: hot art bling is the new thing in Silicon Valley

The prominent international Pace Gallery has opened its first West Coast outpost, and it's not in San Francisco or Los Angeles. And there's even more art to see in the Santa Clara Valley.

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Gun buyer in San Bernardino attack asks to delay trial

California Shootings

Enrique Marquez Jr. has pleaded not guilty to conspiring with one of the San Bernardino shooters and to providing material support to terrorists.

Health More

Exide communities want more lead testing, state says no

Exide Community Meeting

The first community meeting since the governor approved $177 million for the Exide cleanup highlighted tensions over the pace and scope of the plan.

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High-speed rail board approves revised California plan

The board gave its approved at a brief meeting in Sacramento, a week after postponing a planned vote to make changes to the revised business plan.

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Camping set to return to Sonoma's Pomo Canyon

Campers will once again be able to spend the night in Sonoma Coast's Pomo Canyon after the campground has been closed for four years.