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Thursday, Feb. 13

The Guardian: 'War on the poor': Las Vegas's homelessness crackdown takes effect

San Jose Mercury: Drought conditions returning to California, new report shows

Washington Post: Conservative groups at odds with new House GOP climate change proposals

SF Chronicle: McClatchy files for bankruptcy protection

Wednesday, Feb. 12

SF Chronicle: Magnitude 4.0 earthquake strikes near Tres Pinos, CA

Daily Beast: Did We Really Find Pliny the Elder’s Skull?

Medium: You Should Be Eating More Canned Fish

Fast Company: The hidden design failure that’s costing consumers trillions

Trinity Journal: Controversial Measure A debated, makes its way to the ballot

The Oregonian: Seattle bans winter evictions of low- and medium-income renters

The Oregonian: Seven months into two-year budget, forestry department is almost broke; seeks emergency infusion

Redding Searchlight: Shasta one of six California counties to receive $750,000 to address dementia

KRON: 2 dolphins found dead in Florida were stabbed or shot; reward offered

KRON: Family of teen who drowned in East Bay school swimming pool reaches $8M settlement with district

Press Democrat: Sonoma County temps are almost 20 degrees above normal. Here's why and how long it will last

Press Democrat: Popular private beach on Sonoma Coast to become county park

Press Democrat: Where's all the rain? Bone-dry February to stay that way, possibly boosting fire danger

BBC: Coronavirus: Are cruise ships really 'floating Petri dishes'?

Washington Post: Why Bill Barr’s DOJ replaced Catholic Charities with Hookers for Jesus

The Guardian: The mattress landfill crisis: how the race to bring us better beds led to a recycling nightmare

The Guardian: Trump ‘turns back the clock’ by luring drilling companies to pristine lands

Tuesday, Feb. 11

The Correspondent: Why poor people make poor decisions

The Guardian: Roger Stone: prosecutors quit after DoJ signals plan to reduce sentence

Sacramento Bee: California is dry with no rain in sight. Should we start worrying about drought and wildfire?

SF Chronicle: High-pressure ridge blocking storms from reaching Calif. can be seen from space

KRCR: Salvation Army says it is facing a donation crisis in the Northstate

Washington Post: Fed Chair Powell warns Congress that $1 trillion budget deficits are unsustainable

Monday, Feb. 10

NY Times: Justice Dept. Sues Over Sanctuary Laws in California, N.J. and Seattle

CBS News : County in rural Kansas is jailing people over unpaid medical debt

Huffington Post: Trump’s $4.8 Trillion Budget Plan Includes Cuts To Farm Subsidies, Food Stamps And Medicaid

Washington Post: In agricultural giant Brazil, a new and growing hazard: The illegal trade in pesticides

LA Times: Unlikely allies push the White House to back cleaning pollution from Tijuana River

Press Democrat: Winds as strong as 90 mph down trees, cut power in Sonoma County

The Guardian: Bob Marley at 75: how a ghetto reggae star rebranded Jamaica

Saturday, Feb. 8

NY Times: A Wild Childhood Matters: That’s Why I Wrote ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’

San Jose Mercury: Trapper tells how he caught, killed 19 wild pigs in East Bay park

The Guardian: College admissions scandal: ex-CEO of investment firm gets longest prison sentence yet

The Guardian: Thai police storm mall after soldier kills at least 20 in mass shooting

Press Democrat: Strong winds may cause power outages this weekend, PG&E says

SF Chronicle: Maine deems dozens of pot business applications complete

SF Chronicle: Vinyl record production in peril after fire at California plant

Friday, Feb. 7

LA Times: Health officials declare hepatitis A outbreak in San Bernardino County

LA Times: Man fined $20,000 for shooting trophy deer on his property

The Guardian: Drought and hunger: why thousands of Guatemalans are fleeing north

The Guardian: Antarctica logs hottest temperature on record with a reading of 65F

Thursday, Feb. 6

The Guardian: China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says

NBC News: School tip lines were meant to stop shootings, but uncovered a teen suicide crisis

SF Chronicle: Universities cancel study-abroad programs amid virus fears

NPR: Pesticide Police, Overwhelmed By Dicamba Complaints, Ask EPA For Help

The Atlantic: Wash Up: 20 Seconds to Optimize Hand Wellness


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