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California | Wed, Feb 13, 2013

Nothing distinguished the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI so much as the way in which he is leaving.

Two men were killed and a woman was injured when fumes from a generator used to provide electricity poisoned them with high levels of carbon monoxide at a small Fresno warehouse, fire officials said Wednesday.

Federal regulators Tuesday disclosed they are considering changing requirements set last year to restart the San Onofre nuclear power plant in California, another potential hurdle for the company that wants to return the troubled plant to service.

An appeals court says a California caregiver stiffed by a disabled client can sue the county for unpaid wages and overtime.

Red Bucket Rescue needs money. So they are holding a fundraiser in Chino Hills Wednesday featuring kisses from Joey, a 5-month-old donkey that is going to need a lot of money for medical bills.

Riverside police say they're looking for a man who allegedly attacked a teenage girl while she was walking to high school.

Authorities say two men are hospitalized after a pilot of a small plane tried to make an emergency landing on a road in rural Colusa County and the plane hit trees.

Police in the San Francisco Bay area city of Brentwood are investigating a string of recent home burglaries in which thieves made off with jewelry and guns, some of them belonging to law enforcement officers.

Berkeley police officers have shot and killed two pit bulls attacking them during a special enforcement investigation.

California lawmakers are expressing doubts a Brown administration proposal to regulate hydraulic fracturing is tough enough and can be enforced by state oil regulators.

Officials want investigations into the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department's shipment of bulletproof vests to Cambodia via the suburban city of Gardena.

Monster Offers (OTCBB: MONT), a mobile media and marketing consulting firm based out of Orange County, California, announces their newest client for Daily Deal Analytics: The Denver Post. The Denver Post is Colorado's largest print audience publication, with 1.1 million Sunday readers and 677,000 daily readers. It also boasts Colorado's largest online audience of 6 million monthly readers and unique visitors accessing 37 million pages, including 5.7 million mobile page views per month. Monster Offers has achieved success by collecting and publishing Daily Deals from multiple sites and from numerous local communities across the U.S. and Canada, finding trends and helping to decipher and making sense of marketing and related deal data for clients and consumers alike.

Thousands of people gathered Wednesday for the funeral of a Riverside police officer gunned down a week ago during an alleged revenge rampage by ex-Los Angeles policeman Christopher Dorner.

State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones says just eight of the 1,300 insurance companies doing business in California have holdings in Iran's energy, military and nuclear industries.

The San Diego Stock Exchange Index closed higher Wednesday at 139.12, up 0.24 percent from Tuesday. Advancing issues beat decliners 51 to 45, and 143 issues were unchanged.
AMN Healthcare Services Inc. (NYSE: AHS) was the top dollar gainer, up $1.21 to $12.69.
Pricesmart Inc. (Nasdaq: PSMT) was the top dollar loser, down $1.57 to $71.93.
For the complete, updated San Diego Stock Exchange Index visit sddt.com/stocks.


Wed, Feb 13, 2013
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