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May 11, 2021

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San Benito County to hire lobbyist

San Benito County policymakers last week approved the hiring of a lobbyist to work on the county’s behalf at the state capitol to the...

HPD seeks leads on unregistered sex offenders

The Hollister Police Department sent out a notice advising residents of two sex offenders who have failed to register as required by law. They are asking anyone who knows the whereabouts of Anthony Davis or Victor Zamudio to call the local police department.

California Senate vote keeps bullet train alive

SACRAMENTO – The state Senate authorized initial funding for California's high-speed rail project, handing a victory to Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration, which have been pushing hard for the first-in-the-nation bullet train.

Marty: Californians take one on the chin

Any short list of great sports calls must include Howard Cosell’s “Down goes Frazier!” repeated three times when challenger George Foreman put Joe Frazier on the mat during the first round of their championship fight in January, 1973. Frazier got up but Foreman eventually won by TKO after knocking him down five more times. The point is that heavy blows can have a cumulative effect and California just took one on the chin - you could feel it stagger and fall.

NBA: Warriors edge the Kings with reserve strength

It took coach Mark Jackson well into the third quarter Tuesday night to find an advantage to exploit. And when he found it, he rode it to a 93-90 victory over NorCal rival Sacramento.

K-12 schools will see $4.8B in cuts if tax fails

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled his new budget plan, calling for a painful $4.8 billion cut in public school funds if voters reject a proposed tax hike that he hopes to put on the ballot in November.