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Fewer nurses are retiring during the recession and hospitals are saving money by turning to veteran or temporary nurses who don't need expensive training.
Rising prices and increased demand for prescription drugs on the black market have turned addicts, nurses and even a postal worker into alleged thieves.
A 21-year-old who began his state government career in the governor's mailroom in 1975 might have daydreamed about a grandson someday starting in the same spot. But for the same governor? Generally speaking, unfathomable.
Assemblyman Martin Garrick, R-Solana Beach, will lose his driver's license for four months and perform 48 hours of community service after pleading no contest Friday to drunken driving charges.
Assemblyman Martin Garrick was spared a humbling night in jail last month when an officer cited and released him rather than booking him for drunken driving a courtesy not often afforded misdemeanor DUI suspects, even the most notable one...
Assemblyman Martin Garrick was quickly released from custody after being cited on suspicion of drunken driving last month because he was severely ill, an arrest report released Thursday says.
University of California regents voted Thursday to raise tuition by 9.6 percent, sending the total cost for undergraduates to $12,192 for the upcoming school year.
The State Board of Education tentatively approved rules Wednesday to help parents of students at low-performing schools to fire principals and teachers or transform the schools into charters.
Assemblyman Martin Garrick had a blood alcohol level almost twice the legal limit when he was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving last month, according to court documents released this week.
A push to ask voters to abolish the death penalty cleared its first legislative hearing Thursday, but its political viability among lawmakers and the electorate remains questionable.