KQED's The California Report

KQED's The California Report

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The California Report

State Approves Mandatory Water Conservation Rules. Bills "Sponsored" in Sacramento by Outside Groups Usually Become Law. End Music.

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The California Report

Legislation Moves Forward to Revise Proposition 47. Fresno Kids Design App to Monitor Daily Water Use. End Music.

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State Expected to Finalize Water Rules This Week. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

New drought restrictions will prompt many Californians to give up on green grass this summer. But that can be a wrenching call for the people who care for cemeteries. While no one wants to waste water in this drought, some caretakers worry that for visiting family members, parched grass might feel like insult on top of loss.

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The California Report

Changes Put Future of Delta Tunnel Plan in Jeopardy. New Funds Could Rejuvenate Adult Education. End Music.

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The California Report

Gov. Brown Orders New Benchmark for Greenhouse Gas Reduction. How Santa Barbara Became a Water-Saving Success Story. End Music.

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The California Report

State Mostly Standing Its Ground on Tough New Water Rules. Bill to Reform Parts of Solitary Confinement Clears Committee Hurdle. New App Could Create Low-Cost Earthquake Early Warning System. End Music.

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The California Report

Calls To Overturn San Onofre Settlement Intensify Amid PUC Revelations. End Music.

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The California Report

Vital Signs: Community Policing Through Exercise in East Palo Alto 'Fit Zones'. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

Stanford University offers a class on laptop music, and next week students will appear on stage to perform their latest compositions. The California Report's April Dembosky takes you behind the scenes at the Stanford Laptop Orchestra.

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