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Aspiring brewers and winemakers in college can legally taste - but not swallow - their products starting next semester. Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB1989 on Monday to fix a situation that prevented some students from graduating in four years. The bill's
Under community choice aggregation, Arcata could independently purchase or generate renewable electricity for residents, while Pacific Gas and Electric Co. would continue delivering power, and provide meter reading and billing. Assembly Bill 2145
Since she decided in high school to follow her parents into winemaking, Reynolds knew she wanted to attend a program many consider the best in the country, the best in the world. Paying high out-of-state fees, however, she's planning to minimize her
Lawmakers poised to legalize campus drinking...Bill would allow student drinking but only in class College is a time of experimentation, which for many 18-to-20-year-old students means some not-quite-legal forays into alcohol.
Legislators launch a donation drive for homeless mothers and families with children, 1:30 p.m...Items such as diapers, baby food and wipes can be dropped off through May 9 at legislative offices, including those of state Sens. Cathleen Galgiani , D-
State committee OKs legislation pushed by Suddenlink Lorna Rodriguez/The Times-Standard Posted: 04/11/2014 02:29:54 AM PDT One year after a series of Suddenlink fiber optic line slashings left thousands of Humboldt County customers without services
The Natural Resources Committee on Monday unanimously approved Assembly Bill 2048, which would make the appeal process more straightforward and allow CalFire to consider claims for refunds that are filed more than 30 days after notices are received...
I am no longer convinced that focusing all of my time, energy and resources on this campaign is the most productive path forward, Allen said on his campaign website. I am going to keep working hard every day to build a better world. But -- for now at
I just feel really strongly after getting to know him that he and I share a similar philosophy on how to represent a seven county district as diverse as District 2, Lehman said in an interview. Lehman stated in the letter that his reasoning behind
December 4, 2013 Stan Dixon , the longest-serving member of the state Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, left the panel Wednesday as his term expired. Dixon, a former Ferndale mayor and Humboldt County supervisor, was appointed to the board by