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  • Tracy Gas Station Skips The Sales Tax

    Tracy Gas Station Skips The Sales Tax
    There was a time when the Valero station just off Interstate 205 was known to have the cheapest gas in the State. Business was good. But now the giant sign infront of the station isn't even lit. The owners says that's because the highway has been...
  • How outsiders bolster school budget

    John Petersen and his family moved to La Cañada five years ago. He came here, primarily because of the city's great schools. But today he's concerned about those schools, and with the growing class sizes within the La Cañada Unified School District....
  • Anniversary Of Sandra Cantu Disappearance

    Anniversary Of Sandra Cantu Disappearance
    It was one year ago today when a happy, skipping Sandra Cantu was captured on surveillance video, just minutes before she disappeared from a Tracy mobile home park. Tracy detectives have arrested Melissa Huckaby in connection with Sandra's rape and...
  • Austria Feels Sense of Betrayal by Native Son

    VIENNA — For years in his Austrian homeland the tabloid papers affectionately referred to California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as "Our Arnie." On Tuesday, after he refused to pardon convicted murderer Stanley Tookie Williams, a headline on the...
  • Transfer of Kaiser's Kidney Patients Hits Major Delays

    California HMO regulators said this week that it will take months longer than expected to transfer about 2,000 patients out of Kaiser Permanente's troubled kidney transplant center in San Francisco, prolonging patients' dependence on a program that has...
  • It's barely on the map, and that's fine

    Near the intersection of Melrose and Western avenues in southeast Hollywood is a neighborhood of 42 California bungalows so tucked away that even delivery workers have trouble finding it. And it's not going anyplace soon. Melrose Hill, whose homes were...
  • Sweet surrender

    Sweet surrender
    IN chocolate circles, it's often said that ganache reveals the true art of the chocolatier. Ganache, that creamy, silky, melt-in-your mouth blend of chocolate, cream and butter, is at the heart of many of the best artisan confections. And more and more...
  • War's Cost for All to See

    Inside California's stately old Capitol, the call comes crackling over a state-issued radio. Maintenance man Dustin Peard drops what he's doing and climbs a steep, narrow ladder to the roof. There, in the shadow of the grand rotunda, the 35-year-old...