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- On the one-year anniversary of the Recovery Act, Gov. Schwarzenegger touts that California received more funding than any other state.
- An update to an earlier story about the Corvette owner who died showing a car to a prospective buyer. She was identified as 29-year-old Amy Thomas, a mother of four in Laguna Hills.
- Is former Dodgers pitcher Eric Gagne making a comeback?
- Well, this is one way to get new tenants: A downtown loft is using "alcohol, tobacco and firearms' in hopes of attracting renters to sign leases.
- After evasive maneuvers to avoid hitting another plane mid-air on a Southwest Jet last Saturday, passengers were left in the dark until the media reported on it yesterday.
- It was all but officially said until now: Assemblymember Karen Bass will run for California's 33rd Congressional Seat, currently held by Diane Watson.
- The Bay Area has airport to train problems, too: Funding to connect BART to the Oakland airport was rejected.
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