Two in a Row: April Snow Survey Shows Above Average Snowpack for Second Straight Season

Two in a Row: April Snow Survey Shows Above Average Snowpack for Second Straight Season

Phillips Station, CA…After a dry start to the year, March storms provided boost to snowpack but runoff will be the key to future water supply. Governor Newsom highlights new California Water Plan Update 2023 to chart California’s path towards a sustainable, climate-resilient, and equitable water supply The Department of Water Resources (DWR) today conducted the […]

DNA is a Match in Fatal Mountain Lion Attack in El Dorado County

DNA is a Match in Fatal Mountain Lion Attack in El Dorado County

Sacramento, CA…The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has confirmed that the mountain lion euthanized in a remote area near Georgetown was the same animal involved in a fatal attack earlier in the day. CDFW’s Wildlife Forensics Laboratory determined today that DNA samples collected from the scene match samples taken from the lion carcass. […]

Mountain Lion Kills One Brother, 21 & Traumatic Injuries to 18-Year-Old Brother.

Mountain Lion Kills One Brother, 21 & Traumatic Injuries to 18-Year-Old Brother.

Georgetown, CA…At 1:13pm, yesterday the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from an 18-year-old male who reported that he and his 21-year-old brother had been attacked by a mountain lion in a remote area of Darling Ridge Rd. and Skid Rd., Georgetown, CA. The reporting party suffered traumatic injuries to his face […]

Kremlin says 40 killed and more than 100 wounded in attack on Moscow concert hall

Kremlin says 40 killed and more than 100 wounded in attack on Moscow concert hall

Moscow, Russia….(AP)Russia’s Federal Security Service said 40 people died and more than 100 were wounded in an attack Friday at a Moscow concert hall. The attack, which Russian authorities are investigating as terrorism, is the deadliest in Russia in recent years. Several gunmen burst into the concert hall on the edge of Moscow and sprayed […]

A Bit of Wisdom from Fred Rogers

A Bit of Wisdom from Fred Rogers

Pittsburg, PA…Fred McFeely Rogers March 20, 1928 – February 27, 2003. Mister Rogers, Presbyterian minister. Host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which ran from 1968 to 2001. “I think everybody longs to be loved and longs to know that he or she is lovable. And, consequently, the greatest thing that we can do is to help […]

President Biden Announces a Preliminary Agreement with Intel for a Major CHIPS & Science Act Award

President Biden Announces a Preliminary Agreement with Intel for a Major CHIPS & Science Act Award

Chandler, AZ…Hello, hello, hello. (Applause.) By the way, your dad is right about unions. (Laughter.) Your dad is right: Unions built the middle class. Wall Street didn’t. Unions built the middle class. (Applause.) So, thanks, Tilden, for that introduction and — a union sheet metal worker, a proud member of the Navajo Nation. You’re going […]

California Leaders Reach Agreement to Address Budget Gap

California Leaders Reach Agreement to Address Budget Gap

Governor Gavin Newsom, Senate President pro Tempore Mike McGuire, and Speaker of the Assembly Robert Rivas issued the following statements on agreeing to budget solutions worth $12 to $18 billion to address the shortfall: Governor Gavin Newsom: “Thanks to leadership in the Assembly and Senate, California is stepping up with a balanced approach that will […]

Justice Department Sues Apple for Monopolizing Smartphone Markets

Justice Department Sues Apple for Monopolizing Smartphone Markets

Washington, DC…Apple’s Broad-Based, Exclusionary Conduct Makes It Harder for Americans to Switch Smartphones, Undermines Innovation for Apps, Products, and Services, and Imposes Extraordinary Costs on Developers, Businesses, and Consumers. The Justice Department, joined by 16 other state and district attorneys general, filed a civil antitrust lawsuit against Apple for monopolization or attempted monopolization of smartphone […]

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