California governor rejects $13.5 billion PG&E settlement
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California governor rejects $13.5 billion PG&E settlement

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has rejected a bankruptcy reorganization plan that Pacific Gas and Electric reached just last week with thousands of wildfire victims, including a $13.5 billion settlement

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China welcomes preliminary deal in trade war it blames on US
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China welcomes preliminary deal in trade war it blames on US

China is putting a positive face on an agreement to start dialing down a trade war that it blames the U.S. for starting

Santa Monica hotel built without permits can remain open
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Santa Monica hotel built without permits can remain open

The California Coastal Commission is allowing a luxury beachfront hotel built without proper permits to remain open under a compromise

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Visitor center along historic Route 66 gets more funding

Elected officials in New Mexico's most populous county plan to spend another $1.5 million to further support the construction of a visitor center along historic Route 66

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Nuclear tech company to locate research center in New Mexico

A California-based nuclear energy technology company has chosen New Mexico’s largest city as its home for a new engineering center to support the development of its reactor technology

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Monroe City cuts power to Arcadia Metalcraft

Electric service for a troubled Monroe City manufacturer was disconnected Thursday morning after the business paid $20,000, but failed to meet city demands for an immediate payment of $201,120.85 for overdue utility bills.

State mounts largest crackdown on illegal pot shops in LA
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State mounts largest crackdown on illegal pot shops in LA

California regulators carried out their largest crackdown to date on illegal marijuana shops in Los Angeles, raiding 24 locations and seizing nearly $9 million in illicit products

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Florida city mum on ransom demands by cyberattackers

A Florida city is confirming that hackers seeking to extort money were responsible for crippling its computer systems earlier this week

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Cyberattack, ransomware hobbles New Orleans city government

New Orleans officials say investigators have discovered ransomware as they investigate a suspected cyberattack that led to a shutdown of city computers

Utah lawmakers pass tax changes in special session
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Utah lawmakers pass tax changes in special session

Utah lawmakers have approved lowering the state’s income tax while increasing taxes on food, fuel and a list of services in a sweeping, contentious tax-change package