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Covered California 2016 Premiums to Increase Modestly. Salinas Valley Positioning Itself as Hub of an Ag Tech Boom. End Music.

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Increase in Fires this Season, With Less Acreage Burned. Central Valley Town Turns to Eco-Friendly Homes to Save Water.

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What do Jimmy Buffett, Jay-Z and Kenny Rogers have in common? They've all parlayed their fame to sell food, in restaurants and chains. But how many celebrity restaurateurs can actually cook? That's another story. For the series "California Foodways," Lisa Morehouse takes us to Orange County, where there's a banh mi sandwich shop run by Lynda Trang Dai, a Vietnamese pop star who's as comfortable behind the stove as she is behind the microphone.

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As Fire Season Heats Up, Lawmakers Take on Problem of Drone Interference. UC Expands Reforms Around Sexual Assault. End Music.

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UC Gives Minimum Wage Boost to Workers. How a Group of Dim Sum Makers Won $4 Million in Back Pay. End Music.

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Enforcement of New L.A. Minimum Wage Law Will Be Challenging. End Music.

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Immigrants Help Lead a New Silicon Valley Labor Movement. End Music.

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Study: In-Home Care Turnover Higher for Minority Elders. On Climate, a Rough Road Ahead for California. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

If you fit the public radio listener stereotype, you probably pride yourself on caring about the environment. Maybe you're letting your lawn go brown, or trying to drive less. Some experts say there's another way you can be environmentally friendly: stop wasting food. From the farm to the fridge, it's estimated that 40 percent of what could be eaten just isn't — and that can impact climate change. For the series "California Foodways," Lisa Morehouse reports on a brand new, ground-breaking partnership trying to change the way consumers think about produce.

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Two Months After Oil Spill, Refugio State Beach Set to Reopen. San Francisco to Delay Teaching Algebra Under Common Core. End Music.

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