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President Barack Obama is working toward an international agreement that would pressure countries to cut fossil fuel emissions, and is doing so without seeking congressional approval, The New York Times reports.
America's newest federal agency, charged with regulating financial institutions to prevent another hostile economic downturn, is having troubles regulating hostilities and discrimination among its own employees.
CALEXICO - Friday, U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Calexico station apprehended another dangerous gang member from the “Surenos 13” criminal street gang while making an illegal entry into the U.S.
A federal judge in California has struck down a law that requires a 10-day waiting period for gun purchases, but only for current gun owners who have already passed a background check and those who have a permit or certificate of eligibility to own a gun.
Hoover is no stranger to the Wildcats as this is their fourth meeting in as many years. This will be the fifth time playing against a team coached by Jerry Ralph. He has met the Wildcats as a Hoover and St. Augustine Head Coach. The Wildcats are 2-2 versus Jerry Ralph teams and Hoover has the advantage of 2-1 record over Brawley.
“(Cherie) knows firsthand what it takes to be an active farmer in California, since she is the fourth generation of her family to farm in the Imperial Valley,” Nick Matteis, executive director of California Grown, said in a news release.
“As our students return to campus, they are counting on their universities to not only educate them, but also to protect them," Senator Boxer wrote. "Yet, as you know too well, campus sexual assault has reached epidemic levels in our country, and I am writing to ask you to create an independent victim's advocate on your campuses.”
IMPERIAL COUNTY - As all are now aware, the State of California is currently facing the worst possible drought on record. Countless state regulations and city ordinances have gone into effect to regulate water usage throughout the state.