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Nov 19 2023
Demonstrators who are seeking a cease-fire solution in the Israel-Hamas war shutdown a convention held by the California Democratic Party (CDP) in Sacramento, Calif. The Los Angeles Times reported that protestors barged through a security detail at the event Saturday evening, resulting in delegates and other participants in the convention to be temporarily boxed out from entering and exitingThe Hill
Nov 16 2023
The Maui Police Department announced Tuesday the death toll from the Lahaina wildfire rose to 100 after an elderly woman hurt in the disaster died last month. The victim of the fire was identified as 78-year-old Sharlene Rabang of Lahaina, confirmed. She was one of thousands of people who were flown out of Maui and to Oahu after the Aug. 8 wildfire, . Honolulu medical examiner Dr. MasahikoWashington Examiner
Nov 02 2023
CANYON, Calif. (KRON) — A structure fire in the unincorporated Contra Costa County community of Canyon prompted an evacuation warning overnight Thursday as fire crews worked to contain the blaze. The structure fire was reported at 10:30 p.m., according to Moraga-Orinda Fire District Fire Marshal Jeff Isaacs, and the first crews at the scene found a structure fully engulfed in flames. The blazeKRON4
Nov 19 2023
A swarm of thousands of demonstrators upended the California Democratic Convention Saturday, calling on party leaders to demand a ceasefire in Gaza as they blocked Sacramento roads, interrupting proceedings, and causing officials to cancel planned events Saturday. The protest began when several hundred people staged a sit-in at inside the Safe Credit Union Convention Center building, andNew York Post (News)
Oct 18 2023
Pennsylvania's Peter Brothers Trucking delivers goods all across America. Owner Brian Wanner says Pennsylvania bureaucrats now are driving him out of his home state.
"We have no say," complains Wanner in my new video. "We can't do anything about it."
"No say" because Pennsylvania's new rules don't come from Pennsylvania. They come from California.
"I don't want to beJohn Stossel
Nov 27 2023
A welfare check led to the discovery of a dead 9-year-old girl, California police said. One of the girl’s family members was worried and called police on Nov. 24, according to a Nov. 25 news release by the Westminster Police Department. Officers made their way inside and found the 9-year-old dead with “obvious signs of trauma,” police said. Police didn’t specify the girl’s cause of death.Tri-City Herald
Nov 06 2023
Hawaiian Electric on Friday announced a series of statewide strategies to alleviate the risk of wildfires in drought-stricken parts of Hawaii. Hawaiian Electric on Friday announced a series of statewide strategies to alleviate the risk of wildfires in drought-stricken parts of Hawaii. In the wake of the Aug. 8 Lahaina wildfire disaster, Hawaiian Electric is conducting a three-phase strategyHawaii Tribune-Herald
Nov 13 2023
Hawaii does not often experience wildfires, but with the rapid acceleration of heat and drought from global warming, that has changed for the North Pacific island chain. With help from the rainforest's heavy rains, firefighters have contained the most extensive fire that burned above Mililani, Oahu. But not before 1,850 acres of irreplaceable rainforest burned. HONOLULU (AP) — A wildfireDaily Kos
Nov 18 2023
SCOTTS VALLEY, California (AP) — A 5-year-old California boy fatally stabbed his twin brother this week, authorities said. The incident took place in unincorporated Scotts Valley, California. The twins were fighting Wednesday when one brother grabbed a small kitchen knife and stabbed his sibling, according to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office. The boy died at the hospital. “We areEast Idaho News
Nov 01 2023
A wildfire in Central Oʻahu has grown to cover more than a square mile in a remote mountainous area and has burned native koa and ʻōhiʻa trees, officials said Tuesday. The fire started early Monday morning in Mililani Mauka. No structures or homes were threatened and no evacuations were ordered. Multiple helicopters from the Honolulu Fire Department, the U.S. Army, and the state Department ofHawaii Public Radio