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State Senate Bill Would Streamline Solar Permits

Installing solar panels such as these should not be a regulatory obstacle course, says Torrance Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi.
Credit NASA

  A balky permitting process is deterring homeowners from installing solar systems, according to a California legislator.

So he's proposed a measure to ease the process. Lori Abbott reports.

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Feb 26

10,000 Degrees Heats Up Educational Opportunities

A pro-active college scholarship program in the North Bay is succeeding by starting early and getting involved in their students’ lives. Not only do most of them get their degrees, but many of the…
Feb 25

Atkins Introduces Affordable Housing Plan

ALSO: As technology advances, some California lawmakers want to make sure regulations keep pace 1:59 Thursday, February 26, 2015 Today's reporting by Andrea Gardner and Katie Orr.
Feb 24

Adjunct Professors Stage 1-Day Walkout

Rallies are being held today on college campuses in San Diego, Los Angeles and the Bay Area to push for hiring more full-time, permanent faculty.
Feb 24

California's Plastic Bag Ban Heading Back To Ballot

ALSO: New Bill Would Again Make Possession Of Date Rape Drug A Felony.
Feb 24

Inspired Forward by LandPaths

 As the hawk soars, it’s only 13 miles from the west county’s unspoiled Bohemia Ranch to urban Roseland.