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Signs of recovery appear as California adds jobs for 2nd month

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Adam Beam The Associated Press California employers added 119,600 new jobs in March, the second straight month of growth following a topsy-turvy year of enormous losses...

San Diego Foundation and SDG&E announce grant for Black women entrepreneurs

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SAN DIEGO – In honor of Jackie Robinson Day, The San Diego Foundation and San Diego Gas & Electric Friday, April 16, announced a...

Man, woman taken into custody in Pomona after hourslong pursuit

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A man and a woman were taken into custody Tuesday, April 6, in Pomona after leading authorities on an hourslong pursuit that began in...

Reward for tips in 2016 Oceanside slaying upped to $11,000

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The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced Wednesday, April 7, an increased reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction...

Federal and state tax deadlines extended, estimated tax payments still due April 15

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The U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year...

Continued dry conditions prompt early warning about potential water shortages

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SACRAMENTO – As dry conditions persist throughout California, the State Water Resources Control Board mailed early warning notices March 22, to approximately 40,000 water right holders,...

ANALYSIS: California educators want to teach your kids about human sacrifice

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Varun Hukeri Special to Valley News California’s state education board unanimously approved a model ethnic studies curriculum Thursday, March 25, after years of divisive debate, multiple...

Rep. Darrell Issa introduces bill to transfer sacred lands to Pala Band of Mission...

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PALA – Rep. Darrell Issa introduced the Pala Band of Mission Indians Land Transfer Act, House Resolution 1975, a bill that will transfer approximately 721 acres...

California educators want to teach your kids about human sacrifice

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ANALYSIS Varun Hukeri Special to Valley News California’s state education board unanimously approved a model ethnic studies curriculum Thursday, March 25, after years of divisive debate, multiple...

Appeals Court sets date for Newsom abuse of emergency powers case

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Valley News Staff The Recall Governor Newsom campaign gathered over 2 million signatures which is more than they needed to qualify for the ballot. Meanwhile,...