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California Man Arrested For Stealing 42,000 Pounds Of Pistachios

A man from Central California was arrested for allegedly stealing over 20 tons of pistachios. Touchstone Pistachio Company was completing a routine audit this month when they discovered that 21 tons (42,000 pounds) of their product was missing, reports KGPE. Eventually, it led authorities to 34-year-old Alberto Montemayor of Montemayor...
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California Will Pay Off Residents' Past-Due Rent

Governor Gavin Newsom announced the state of California will pay off all past-due rent that was accumulated during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports AP News. However, they are still deciding if they will continue to ban evictions for unpaid rent after June 30, the date that the state's eviction moratorium is set to expire.
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California Brothers Set Record For Longest Highline Ever Walked In State

Two brothers from San Francisco claim that they have set a new record for the longest highline ever walked in Yosemite National Park and California. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Moises and Daniel Monterrubio and a group of friends spent close to a week stringing a 2,800 foot (853 meters) line across Taft Point west which has a series of ravines that plunge 1,600 feet (488 meters).
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These 4 California Cities Have The Worst Drivers In The U.S.

There are bad drivers everywhere, but some cities just happen to have more of them. Unfortunately, a lot of them live in California cities, according to a recent study by QuoteWizard. The website's analysts "set out every year to see which cities have the worst drivers in America and which...
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Thousands Of California Farms Warned Of Water Cutoffs Due To Drought

Farmers across Central California are being warned of potential water cutoffs this summer due to the drought, reports the Associated Press. On Tuesday, June 15, the State Water Resources Control Board warned about 6,600 farmers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta watershed that "impending water unavailability" may continue until winter rains arrive.
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Carrie Underwood Teams Up With NEEDTOBREATHE At 2021 CMT Music Awards

Carrie Underwood is diving back into her gospel roots with NEEDTOBREATHE. The country powerhouse and the Christian rockers teamed up for a performance of “I Wanna Remember” at The Bonnaroo Farm during the 2021 CMT Music Awards. After the performance with NEEDTOBREATHE, Underwood took home the CMT Video of the...
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VIDEO: California Highway Patrol Officer Saves Choking Baby

California Highway Patrol officers saved a 6-month-old baby who was choking in a car along Highway 101 in Los Angeles' Woodland Hills neighborhood, reports FOX5. One officer who happened to be a licensed paramedic picked up the child who was choking on a cherry and slapped his back until the cherry dislodged from his airway.
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California High School Recalls Yearbooks For Inappropriate Superlatives

A California high school is having to reprint and redistribute its yearbooks after an oversight led to the printing of multiple inappropriate superlatives, reports People. The yearbooks for Ventura High School seniors were distributed on Thursday, June 3 with superlatives like "Most Likely to Get Canceled" and "Most Likely to Get COVID Twice."