exam genericBar exam leak gives law students advance look at test topics. The information was initially sent to a select group of law school deans by mistake. Fearing some students might gain an unfair advantage, the Bar sent the exam topics to all test takers.

Story by Scott Rodd.

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grocery basketCalifornia's food-assistance program 'CalFresh' could lose participants under USDA Proposal.     

Some living expenses—like childcare—would no longer be used to determine whether an applicant makes too much to qualify for CalFresh.

Story by Randol White.

(Photo: Jack Amick / Flickr Creative Commons)

 

 

 

 

 

073118MendocinoWildfires pGovernor Newsom says the state is on pace to meet nearly all of the wildfire prevention projects given high priority.

Story by Drew Sandsor.

(Photo: Cal Fire Division Chief Mark Higgins directs helicopters dropping water as the River Fire burns in Lakeport, Calif., Tuesday, July 31, 2018 - Noah Berger / AP Photo / via CapRadio)

 

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