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Tesla Model X tops AAA 2017 Green Car Guide

The all-electric SUV won best overall, beating 64 other vehicles. It got a perfect score for fuel economy, emissions and cargo capacity behind the second seat.


Should it be harder to prove a police officer lied?

One California lawmaker has a bill that aims to protect officers who unknowingly present incorrect information in reports.
Fox News Executives Said To Be Considering Bill O'Reilly's Future With The Cable News Channel

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The future of Fox News minus O'Reilly

"He will walk away with a boatload of money, and the boat will be big!"


Stamps celebrating Latin American dishes are 'delicioso'

Get ready! Yummy Latin American dish staples such as ceviche, tamales, empanadas and flan are being immortalized on postage stamps.

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Mixing musical traditions to create a new sound: Primero Sueño

An all-female group of CalArts music students is shaking things up by mixing and matching musical styles and traditions
Aaron Hernandez Football

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Sports Roundup: the NFL and the suicide of Aaron Hernandez

Former Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in his cell early this morning. Andy and Brian Kamenetzky join A Martinez to talk about this, and a lot more in Take Two's weekly installment of K2 Sports.
Platform Holly

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Oil ‘Platform Holly’ to be removed from coastal waters

Santa Barbara's Platform Holly will be decommissioned and removed. What does this mean for Santa Barbara's coastal environment and California's offshore drilling?
Ovorville Dam

Kelly M. Grow

Was the Oroville dam doomed from the very beginning?

The Center of Catastrophic risk management at UC Berkeley has released the first major assessment of what went wrong with the Oroville dam spillway.


The Styled Side: What it takes to create a style buzz at Coachella

Coachella is one of the West Coast's best answers to New York Fashion Week, and fashion companies like Teva will try to make a splash in the desert.
Environmental Deals

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The Marines and Operation Desert Tortoise

For years U.S. Marines have trained and worked at their base in Twentynine Palms, California, and soon that base will be expanded.