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In two very different California disputes, Supreme Court affirms private property rights

The Supreme Court upheld an individual’s right to private property against government intrusion in two very different California cases Wednesday, underscoring the libertarian leanings of the more conservative majority. The decisions — one unanimous and the other ideologically split — also bolstered privacy rights. In one case, the justices sided...
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California high school basketball championship ends in fury after tortillas thrown at opponents

A hard-fought Southern California high school basketball championship game Saturday escalated into a racist incident after the game as tortillas were thrown onto the court. Coronado High School defeated Orange Glen High School, 60-57, in overtime. Video posted on social media showed coaches from both high schools getting into an altercation when tortillas were thrown at players from Orange Glen, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
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Editorial: Now is not the time for California’s landlords to resume evictions

For the length of the pandemic, the fear of an eviction tsunami and crushing rent debt has loomed over struggling tenants. With California’s eviction moratorium set to expire in a little over a week, how Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders manage the end of pandemic tenant protections and the distribution of federal rent relief will be a test of their commitment to an equitable recovery.
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California driver charged with murder after suspected DUI crash kills young sisters, 11 and 8: report

A California driver was charged with murder Tuesday in connection with a suspected DUI crash that killed two young sisters over the weekend, according to reports. Elizabeth Nungaray, 43, of San Jose, was allegedly driving while impaired Saturday when she ran a red light and broadsided an SUV in Porterville, Tulare County – about 160 miles north of Los Angeles.
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California Owes Billions to Fed for Unemployment. Who Should Pay for It?

During the peak of the pandemic, more than 1 out of every 10 Californians was on unemployment. Today, 1.5 million people in the state are still without work. And while unemployment checks are still being mailed out, NBC 7 Investigates has learned, the state is out of cash, and a debate is now playing out in Sacramento about who should foot the bill for those checks.