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California to release 3,500 inmates early as coronavirus spreads inside prisons
California is granting early release to 3,500 inmates in an effort to reduce crowding as coronavirus infections begin ...
Los Angeles Times
California seeks 3,500 new inmate releases over coronavirus
Coronavirus: California to release 3,500 non-violent prison inmates
US sailors will die unless coronavirus-hit aircraft carrier evacuated, captain warns
Carrier with thousands onboard is docked in Guam, which is struggling to handle local caseload of Covid-19 infections ...
Idaho earthquake measured at magnitude 6.5; state's largest in nearly 40 years
Utah earthquake of 5.7-magnitude rocks Salt Lake City, leaves tens of thousands without power “Stuff was flying all over the ...
In California: Ring the bell, school's likely out through June
President Trump decides it's a good time to loosen regulations on automakers. And with information moving as fast as it, ...
'The floor was moving': 6.5 earthquake strikes in Idaho, largest in the state since 1983
The temblor was centered 73 miles northeast of Meridian, a city on the outskirts of Boise, according to the U.S. Geological ...
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake strikes Idaho
'I heard the roar': 6.5 earthquake hits Idaho
Earthquake hits north of Boise, Idaho
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Neighbors who live by the north Phoenix house where a shooting killed a Phoenix police commander and hurt two officers share ...
The Arizona Republic
Photos: Day 15 of Bay Area coronavirus shelter-in-place
Our staff photojournalists take a look at life around the Bay Area on Day 15 of the coronavirus shelter-in-place. Orders have ...
Coronavirus in Oregon: TriMet expects to get $196 million from federal stimulus bill
TriMet said it will receive an estimated $196 million in government support from the more than $2 trillion stimulus package ...
UFC light heavyweight champ Jones pleads guilty to 2nd DWI
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones" Jones has pleaded guilty to his second drunken driving offense in New Mexico.
UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones Pleads Guilty to Second DWI
Phoenix officer injured in Sunday shooting released from hospital
A Phoenix police officer who was injured in a shooting that killed her commander has been released from the hospital.
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