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US & Canada · Sacramento
California storms boost water allocation for cities
Nine atmospheric rivers dumped an estimated 32 trillion gallons of water on the state in three weeks. It was enough to increase water storage in the state's two largest reservoirs by a combined 66%. More water could be on the way. As of Tuesday, California had more than twice as much snow in the mountains compared to hits historical average.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 51 sources
Massive Grandmother Oak keeps giving back
Why this 300- to 400-year-old oak continues to awe visitors and serves as the hub of a Sonoma Garden Park ecosystem.See the Story
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Covina-Valley Unified schools on verge of modified classes amid possible teacher's strike
Dozens of teachers marched in the brisk morning air, ahead of negotiations in which the district and union leaders will see if they can work out a deal. Teachers want a raise, but the district wants a hard cap on health benefits. A strike could impact more than 13,000 students in a district that draws from surrounding communities.See the Story
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US & Canada
Dia De Los Muertos comes to downtown Flint
Dia De Los Muertos is an important event in Latin communities meant to honor loved ones that have died. The Latinx Technology & Community Center hosted a bigger event in Brush Alley. Visitors were encouraged to place photos of loved ones on several ofrendas. Free tamales, hot chocolate and pan dulce was given out to visitors.See the Story
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Sonoma County · Sonoma County
Sonoma County, city of Sonoma partner to open warming center
The center opened at 7 p.m. as temperatures were expected to hit at or below freezing overnight. The warming center is temporary and not an overnight shelter, and cots weren't going to be provided. The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for the interior portions of the North Bay.See the Story
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