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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:10 pm    Post subject: California State NEWS  Reply with quote

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Split California into 6 States
Feb. 20, 2014
 Supporters of a plan to divide California into six sates can begin collecting signatures to get the proposal on the ballot.
Secretary of State Debra Bowen announced that the proposed ballot initiative – known as Six Californias – could move forward Tuesday.
Under the plan, from venture capitalist Tim Draper, most of the Bay Area would be considered “Silicon Valley.” Napa, Sonoma and Marin Counties would become part of “North California.”
Valid voter signatures are needed from 800,000 to put the measure on the ballot statewide.
Even if voters approve the plan, it would face an uphill battle in congress.
“If the federal government approves the proposed creation of six new states, all tax collections and spending by the existing State of California would end, with its assets and liabilities divided among the new states. Decisions by appointed commissioners and elected leaders would determine how taxes, public spending, and other public policies would change for the new states and their local governments,” reads the summary from Bowen’s office.

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Plan to split California into 6 states gains ground
Feb 22, 2014
 A plan to divide California into six separate US states is closer to a November ballot.
The initiative sponsored by Silicon Valley Tim Draper claims political representation of California population and economies has rendered the state nearly ungovernable.

Feb 18 the California Secretary of State said proponents may begin collecting petition signatures.
The proposal aims to split the state into 6 smaller state governments, while preserving the historical boundaries of the various counties, cities and towns.
In 2012, California was tied with Russia and Italy for 8th place in world GDP rankings.
Voters overwhelming approved dividing California in two in 1859, but Congress did not act due to the Civil War.

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As many as seven dead, including gunman, in shooting rampage near Los Angeles
7 June 2013
 As many as six people were killed and two to three others injured Friday when a gunman clad in black went on a rampage through Santa Monica, Calif., before being shot to death in the library of a community college, authorities said. Another individual, described as a "person of interest," was in custody, they said.
The shootings took place just three miles away from where resident Barack Obama was scheduled to attend a fundraising event. The Secret Service said the incident was believed to be unrelated to the resident’s visit.

Police had not yet identified the gunman or established a motive for the bloodshed.
Santa Monica Police Department Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks said that investigators were combing as many as three crime scenes as the assailant cut a violent path from a private residence on a suburban block to a library on the campus of Santa Monica College, a two-year school just a short drive away from the Pacific Ocean.

Authorities initially responded shortly before noon to reports of a blaze at a home fewer than 20 blocks away from the campus. Responding officers found two people believed to have been fatally shot by the gunman inside the flame-engulfed structure, Seabrooks said.

The gunman is believed to have moved west toward the college, firing at passing vehicles and leaving as many as three dead. More shots were fired when the gunman attempted to carjack a passing vehicle, law enforcement sources told NBC News.

Marta Fagerstroem, a student at the college, told NBC Los Angeles that she was on a bus that was stopped at a red light when the gunman stepped out from the passenger side of the car and fired five or six shots at the bus.
"This guy just steps out with a big rifle and starts shooting," Fagerstroem told the station. A woman in the back of the bus was bleeding from her head, she said

Attempting to evade officers, the gunman ran onto the college campus and entered a library, where he shot at multiple people, police said. As students scattered, officers entered the library and shot and killed the gunman, the said.

Dr. Marshall Morgan of the Reagan UCLA Medical Center said in a news conference hours after the shootings that one of three victims -- all women -- brought to the trauma center with gunshot wounds had died.  One other was still in surgery and another was listed in serious condition, he said.
Three other patents were brought to UCLA Santa Monica with relatively minor injuries, he said.  

The principal suspect has yet to be identified by authorities, Seabrooks said. He is described as a male Caucasian between the ages of 25 and 30. He was dressed head to toe in black and sported what authorities said appeared to be a bullet-proof vest.

Seabrooks said little about the "person of interest" except to say, "We are not convinced 100 percent that the suspect who was killed operated in (a) solo or a lone capacity."
Obama was in Santa Monica for a Democratic National Committee event at a private home at 2 p.m. (5 p.m. ET). A spokesman for the Secret Service said the agency was aware of the incident but said it was being treated as "a local police matter at this point."
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Tour bus crashes near Los Angeles, 8 dead
Feb 4, 2013
California tour bus flips, several people killed
8 killed and 38 injured Sunday when a tour bus careened out of control going down a Southern California mountain road, struck a car, flipped and plowed into a pickup truck.
Jordi Garcia, manager for InterBus Tours, said that the bus brakes failed.
The accident occurred east of Los Angeles and left State Route 38 littered with debris, the bus sideways across the two lanes and its front end crushed.
At least 8 and perhaps 10 were dead, and 38 transported to hospitals.
The bus driver said the bus suffered brake problems as it headed down the mountain. It rear-ended a sedan and flipped, then struck a pickup truck pulling a trailer.
Some passengers were ejected from the bus.

5 dead in Santa Monica shooting rampage
7 June 2013
  Five dead and several others injured after a gun rampage in the beachfront city of Santa Monica, California.
2 victims were the gunman's father and brother.
The attack began at a house and ended on a college campus where police say they shot the gunman in the library.
Police initially put the death toll at six, but later revised it to five people dead, including the shooter.
The gunman was in his late 20s and had been carrying an assault-style rifle, say witnesses.
resident Barack Obama was at a fundraiser not far from where the shooting unfolded just before noon on Friday.
The gunman, dressed in black and wearing an ammunition belt and bullet-proof jacket, began by firing shots at the house.
The property was then engulfed by fire although it is not clear how the blaze started.

Police seek gunman's link to college
June 8, 2013
 Santa Monica shooting
Detectives probing the Santa Monica shooting rampage that left five dead are trying to determine why the gunman wanted to be driven to Santa Monica College.
Rampage was not a "school shooting" and that the violence occurred in many places and happened to end on the campus.
But a woman who was carjacked by the alleged gunman said he specifically asked to be taken to the college.
The gunman's first victims were his father and brother, whose bodies were found in a burning home, appeared to be tied to a family dispute.
Santa Monica gunman previously hospitalized for mental health
The gunman's rampage began at a home in this beachfront city, where two were found dead inside. Then he carjacked a woman and fired at a public bus. It all ended when police shot him dead at Santa Monica College as students studied for finals, a mile from the house.
His blood trail, however, left four people dead Friday in Santa Monica, which abuts Los Angeles and is renowned for its liberal openness.
A law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN on Saturday that the gunman had suffered mental health issues. A couple of years ago, he was hospitalized for treatment after allegedly talking about harming someone, according to the official.
It's not clear whether the state government or his family committed him for treatment or whether he committed himself. It's also unclear under what circumstances he was released.
Authorities have found no link to domestic or international terror, the official added.
The gunman has been identified, but his name won't be released until authorities reach his family members, who are believed to be outside the United States, city Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks said Saturday.
The gunman and a family member had been enrolled in the college as recently as 2010. The gunman, 23, would have turned 24 on Saturday, Seabrooks said.
Police had contact with the gunman in 2006, but because he was a juvenile then, authorities couldn't release further information Saturday, Seabrooks said.

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FedEx truck-bus crash kills 10
April 11, 2014  
10 killed when truck crosses median, rams into students bus in California north of Sacramento.
A FedEx truck crossed a median and slammed head-on into a bus carrying high school students in Northern California.
The collision killed both drivers, 5 students and 3 chaperones.
The reason the FedEx truck crossed the median remains under investigation.
At least 34 people were taken to local hospitals.

The impact sounded like a series of explosions, caused both vehicles to burst into flames.
The fireball and towering black smoke were captured by the cellphone cameras of others in nearby cars.
was in critical condition as of about 3 a.m.
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Tractor-trailer truck in flames before it crashed into students' bus
April 12, 2014
A FedEx tractor-trailer truck was already in flames when it crossed a median and slammed into a bus carrying students in Northern California, CNN affiliate KOVR reported, citing two witnesses.
The truck clipped a car occupied by Joe and Bonnie Duran before it slammed into the bus Thursday evening, killing 10 people -- five high school students, three chaperones and the drivers of both vehicles. More than 30 people, mostly teenagers, were taken to local hospitals.
Bonnie Duran told the affiliate the truck was on fire before it hit the bus.
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Oil spills onto Los Angeles streets
May 15, 2014
A ruptured Glendale, Los Angeles oil pipe caused a massive leak as 50,000 gallons of crude oil spilled onto streets, the Los Angeles Fire Department reports.
The leak from a 20-inch pipe was first reported around midnight, and the oil line was remotely shut off.
The oil spill covered a half-mile area, and is knee deep in some spots.
Gushes of oil was seen spurting straight up into the air, cascading down on a nearby business.

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San Diego California wildfires force evacuations
California gov Jerry the clown Brown declares state of emergency
as 9 wildfires spring up around San Diego
I was going to report this yesterday, but the evac order was lifted.
Thousands of people in California have been forced to flee after wildfires hit San Diego county on Wednesday.
A major fire engulfed the coastal town of Carlsbad, north of San Diego.

Further north, blazes also caused evacuations at a nuclear plant and a military base.
Months of drought have made California particularly prone to fires this year.
The biggest concern late Wednesday was in San Marcos north of San Diego.
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Depletion of Central Valley’s groundwater may be causing earthquakes
For years, scientists have wondered about the forces that keep pushing up California’s mighty Sierra Nevada and Coast Ranges, causing an increase in the number of earthquakes in one part of Central California. On Wednesday, a group of scientists offered a new, intriguing theory: The quakes are triggered in part by the pumping of groundwater in the Central Valley, which produces crops that feed the nation. “These results suggest that human activity may give rise to a gradual increase in the rate of earthquake occurrence,” said the study published in the journal Nature. “During wet periods of time when the fault is loaded down, the forces that are keeping the fault clamped down are greater. It inhibits the sliding of the fault,” says Colin B. Amos, assistant professor of geology at Western Washington University. Using new GPS data, the scientists found that mountains closest to California’s thirsty Central Valley were growing at a faster-than-expected rate compared to nearby ranges. The growth spurt — about 1 to 3 millimeters a year — was enough to lift them by half a foot over the last 150 years. Groundwater is very heavy, and its weight depresses the Earth’s upper crust. Remove the weight, and the crust springs upward — and that change in pressure can trigger more small earthquakes, the researchers said. “It reduces the forces that are keeping the fault clamped together — leading to more small earthquakes during dry periods of time,” said Colin B. Amos, assistant professor of geology at Western Washington University, the study’s lead author.

Other scientists studying a seismically active area of southern Monterey County near Parkfield observed that there tend to be more earthquakes during dry months than during wet months. The number of earthquakes there every year has roughly doubled between 1984 and 2005. “During wet periods of time when the fault is loaded down, the forces that are keeping the fault clamped down are greater. It inhibits the sliding of the fault,” Amos said. But the question as to why earthquakes have been increasing in Parkfield over time has been a mystery. The groundwater theory introduced by Amos and his colleagues gives one possible answer. “Over the long term, because we’re losing more groundwater, it could give rise to more seismicity by reducing these overall forces,” Amos said. Groundwater has been slowly depleted in the Central Valley to quench the thirst of farms and cities since the mid-1800s. That irrigation has already caused dramatic changes. In the 1930s, water diversions prompted the disappearance of Tulare Lake, once the largest body of fresh water west of the Mississippi, which was 60 miles across. Over the last hundred and fifty years, the Central Valley’s groundwater reserve has lost about 38 cubic miles of water — enough to drain Lake Tahoe. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, Central Valley aquifers supply about 20% of the nation’s groundwater needs, making it the second-most-pumped aquifer system in the United States. The Central Valley produces one-quarter of the nation’s food, including 40% of its fruits and nuts.

The study published Wednesday does not suggest the next Big One to hit Los Angeles or San Francisco will be caused by human activity, Amos said. “Large earthquakes are going to occur on the San Andreas fault no matter what we do,” Amos said. But what is important is the idea that human activity could trigger more seismic movement. “It’s really opening up a possibility that humans are changing stresses on faults,” Amos said. “It’s a simple realization that human use of groundwater is having small but perhaps measurable impacts on the San Andreas Fault.” U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Susan Hough, who was not affiliated with the study, said the idea that groundwater depletion can trigger earthquakes is very plausible. Hough went a step further than the researchers, saying it’s possible that smaller earthquakes in the Parkfield area could eventually trigger larger earthquakes that head south toward Los Angeles. “If you raise the rate of little earthquakes, you also raise the probability of a bigger earthquake,” Hough said. Parkfield was the starting point of a magnitude 7.9 earthquake that hit the San Andreas fault in 1857. The fault unzipped south for nearly 200 miles, down to the San Gabriel Mountains and ending near Wrightwood. That fault was so massive that shaking lasted from 1 to 3 minutes, trees were uprooted, and buildings were destroyed. “As near as we can tell, the foreshocks were in the Parkfield area,” Hough said. “It won’t necessarily happen that way” again in our lifetime, she said. “But the fact that it did happen once means that it could happen.” Hough said further study was needed to determine whether groundwater depletion in other areas could also trigger earthquakes. The part of the San Andreas Fault around Parkfield is fairly weak — meaning not much change in pressure is needed to loosen the fault and cause earthquakes. In contrast, sections of the San Andreas closer to San Francisco and Los Angeles are much stronger and more locked. Steve Ingebritsen, hydrogeologist with the U.S. Geological Survey who was also unaffiliated with the study, called the theory “an interesting hypothesis from a credible group of investigators that will drive more research.” He called the suggestion that groundwater depletion could lead to more earthquakes “somewhat controversial” and that more study is needed elsewhere in California and around the world to see if the findings can be replicated. – LA Times
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Never seen Santa Ana winds in May
May 16, 2014
California unprecedented wildfires, fierce winds lead to firenadoes.
Carlsbad, there's just enough time to grab and go
Unruly wildfires keep barreling across the region, destroying homes and spawning "firenadoes" -- funnels of flames that look like tornadoes.
With 10,000 acres of land already devoured, thousands of homes are still in jeopardy as at least six fires rage in the San Diego area.
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California's burning – and half the US is now in drought

If you live in the US, there is a 50 per cent chance your area is abnormally dry. According to the National Drought Monitor, half of the country is now in some level of drought, and almost 15 per cent is in "extreme or exceptional" drought. The sustained dry spell may explain why wildfires have broken out earlier than expected in California.  

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