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Kashkari Fakes Being Homeless

California Gubernatorial Candidate Neel Kashkari pretended to be homeless for one week, as part of his latest campaign pitch. Kashkari chose to showcase the city of Fresno as a place where there is little opportunity. Current Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearingen is a popular Republican running for State Controller. Of all of the places in California, […]

Cracks In The Twain Harte Lake Dam

Last Sunday, a loud boom was heard and the first crack appeared in the Twain Harte Lake Dam. Not knowing the immediate situation, the National Weather Service issued a Flood Warning for portions of Tuolumne County. It was cancelled a few hours later. The lake was completely drained. Here is the KCRA 3 report. Listen […]

Tuolumne County: Where The Outdoors Meets Your Front Door

The Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority (E.D.A.) promotes the County of Tuolumne as a dynamic business location and provides business leaders with local information that is needed, when locating or expanding business in the Mother Lode. This thirty second video, “Where The Outdoors Meets Your Front Door”, is featured on the homepage of the E.D.A. […]

Fire Burns In Yosemite National Park

Due to a fire near El Portal, you will not be able to access Yosemite Valley if coming in on Highway 120. Park officials report that the Big Oak Flat Road in the park is closed between Crane Flat and El Portal Road. Follow the very latest news regarding this fire by listening to AM […]

Drought Causing Valley To Sink

The drought impacts everyone and everything. Watch the concerns of “subsidence” as shared by the Vlot Brothers Dairy and Calf Ranch in Chowchilla, California.

Man Behind “Split California Into Six States” Strips Off His Clothes

(San Jose Mercury) – Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper’s proposal to split California into six states has raised eyebrows across the country. Some eyebrows are now being raised higher at a video in which he performs a partial striptease as he declares his support for women in technology. The 2 1/2 minute clip shows […]

Too Much Water In Jamestown?

Don’t you hate it when you own a mine that continues to produce too much water during the middle of a drought? I guess you just have to purposefully evaporate it. After all, that’s what the state requires.

Tokyo To SFO In 83 Seconds

Last week, an air passenger documented his flight from Tokyo to San Francisco. Thanks to technology and a Go-Pro camera, the trip only appeared to take 83 seconds. This is an impressive showing, considering it takes about 10 hours to fly between the two cities. According to the creator, it took 3,400 separate images (timed […]

Swimming With Anchovy

A huge school of anchovy amassed near Scripps Pier in La Jolla, California Tuesday and a few graduate students from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego used a GoPro camera to capture video of the rare event. Millions of the finger-sized fishes prized on pizzas and in animal feed — also called Northern anchovy […]

Google Glass Wearer Demonstrates Stealing Passwords

Google Glass wearers can steal your passwords without even seeing them. And they can do it from up to 15 feet away. Such tricks require a bit of extra machinery — namely, software that the researchers invented to trace the shadows of fingertips as they type a password into a phone. That digital “fingerprint” gets […]

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