Essential California: This approach to a fountain of girl – LA Times
July 14, 2015 - Essential Water
Good morning. It is Tuesday, Jul 14. When Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush visits San Francisco this week, he’ll try to act like a internal and call Uber. Here’s what else is function in a Golden State:
Nearly a decade ago, a California jail invalid died scarcely each week of a preventable cause. That’s when a sovereign supervision stepped in to revoke jail overcrowding and manage inmates’ medical care. Now, state officials will once again control healthcare during Folsom State Prison. It’s a pointer of how many a corrections complement has altered underneath a eye of sovereign authorities. Los Angeles Times
Reevaluating crime policy
State lawmakers might hurl behind another anti-crime process from a 1980s. A offer underneath caring would extent police’s ability to seize a skill and homes of suspects who have not been charged with a crime. “The bipartisan subsidy reflects a inhabitant discuss in that total from both left and right have been pursuit for changes in a rapist probity system.” Los Angeles Times
The cost of gas in Los Angeles jumped 40 cents a gallon over a weekend, though service might already be on a way. Prices are approaching to finish behind down by Wednesday. The cost boost was a outcome of difficulty during refineries and a special brew of gas California uses for a environment. Los Angeles Times
Agriculture uses: Food author Mark Bittman offers some difference of knowledge on a shame that might come with eating meat raised in California. “A lot of that H2O expenditure isn’t approach celebration H2O for cattle, though a lifting of feed. And we need to feed a cow a lot to make it import 1,200 pounds. There is legitimate grass-fed beef lifted in California, and we consider that’s substantially OK,” he said. Wired
Drinking water: Park officials sealed a hiking route in Joshua Tree National Park so a region’s bighorn sheep and mountain lions can operation over in their hunt for water. A apportionment of 49 Palms Oasis Trail will sojourn sealed until Southern California gets poignant rainfall. 89.3 KPCC
Life though water: What happens when wells run dry? This video shows a glance of life in East Porterville. Boing Boing (video)
Crop losses: Water officials with a Byron Bethany Irrigation District guess their area of a Central Valley will remove 500 jobs and $65 million in crops unless state authorities concede their H2O to be incited behind on. “This is function right in a center of flourishing deteriorate … so it couldn’t come during a worse time,” pronounced a district’s ubiquitous manager. Wall Street Journal
L.A. AT LARGE
Fountain of youth: East of Los Angeles, in a village of Loma Linda, residents are vital significantly longer than a normal Californian. And a reason is no mystery. It’s populated with Seventh-day Adventists, who refrain from smoking, celebration and eating meat, concentration on exercise, and live with a clarity of purpose. Los Angeles Times
Highway safety: The city of Malibu is endeavour 120 projects that officials trust will make a iconic Pacific Coast Highway a safer thoroughfare. In a initial 6 months of this year, 4 people died in 117 crashes on a city’s widen of PCH. “Part of Malibu’s problem, many planners and locals agree, is a surprising brew of uses and users along a stretch: commuters, tourists, surfers, workers and relatives ferrying kids to soccer use or school.” Los Angeles Times
Understanding fears: On Los Angeles’ Westside, wealthy, prepared relatives led a transformation against vaccinations for their children. Those relatives were endangered that there would be disastrous consequences from a vaccine, though many of those fears were not formed on science. Instead, they were related to a parents’ enterprise to feel protective. “They fear that if they concede their kids to get a shot, something bad will happen, and a responsibility will be on them,” pronounced one mom with a pro-vaccine movement. L.A. Weekly
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
Social services: This is an instance of only how severe it can be to bond residents with amicable programs – homeless families who live on a drift of the Orange County Civic Center have never talked to a amicable worker. “The grandkids will shortly get to cuddle grandma and urge for her while she sleeps on a streets during night. They’ll wish to see her again in a morning.” Voice of O.C.
Expanded Medi-Cal: A check that will provide health insurance to California children who are in a nation illegally could pave a approach for fluctuating that caring to their parents. “Momentum is unequivocally building in California to finish a pursuit and cover all residents, regardless of age,” pronounced a co-president of a Children’s Partnership. Kaiser Health News
CRIME AND COURTS
Kidnapping arrest: It appears Vallejo police were wrong when they suggested that a abduction of a 29-year-old lady was a hoax. A 38-year-old Orangevale male was arrested for allegedly abducting Denise Huskins. Los Angeles Times
Reproductive question: A divorced integrate are batting over solidified embryos in a San Francisco court. The box of Mimi Lee and Stephen Findley goes over Lee’s enterprise to make a embryos and Findley’s ask to destroy them. The box will “test a enforceability of agree agreements couples pointer before receiving reproductive record and expected will make new law in California.” Los Angeles Times
All-star after all: Yes, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will play in tonight’s All-Star game. He’ll reinstate a actor from a Washington Nationals. This means he’ll equivocate being a initial reigning MVP to skip a diversion given teammate Jimmy Rollins did so in 2008. Los Angeles Times
The Big One: The Cascadia subduction zone stretches from Cape Mendocino in Northern California to Vancouver Island. When it ruptures one day, it could be a misfortune healthy disaster to ever strike North America. “FEMA projects that scarcely thirteen thousand people will die in a Cascadia trembler and tsunami. Another twenty-seven thousand will be injured, and a group expects that it will need to yield preserve for a million replaced people, and food and H2O for another dual and a half million.” The New Yorker
Romantic rental: The residence with a candelabrum tree is a landmark in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood. Now for only $900 a month, we can lease a room there. The homeowner says that cost includes pancakes in a morning. LAist (photo gallery)
San Francisco will have low clouds afterwards object during 71 degrees. Riverside will be mostly balmy and 89 degrees. In Los Angeles it will be mostly balmy and 80. San Diego will have a high of 74 degrees and sunshine.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) found out a tough approach she should have brought earplugs to a Hamptons. Late-night revealers kept a politician adult until 4 a.m.
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