Natalya Estrada

Eureka Election Results Project Progressive and Democratic Party Wins

The Humboldt County Elections Office released the final results early Wednesday morning with projections favoring several Democratic and Progressive candidates for the Eureka Mayor, Ward 1, 3 and 5 candidates.

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Kansas Campuses Prepare For Guns In Classrooms

Mar 22, 2016

Next summer, in addition to textbooks, laptops and double-strength coffee, Kansas college students will be able to bring something else to class: guns.

By July 2017, all six state universities plus dozens of community colleges and technical schools must allow students to carry concealed weapons on campus.

The reason for the change was simple: to make schools safer.

Editor's note: In the wake of terrorist attacks around the world, many Muslims feel called upon to publicly defend their faith, a faith many say is not accurately reflected in the stated or assumed motivations behind such attacks. Writer Beenish Ahmed has struggled with this responsibility all her life and shared her thoughts in this essay published by Code Switch as news was unfolding of the attacks in Brussels.

So you walk into the new Korean joint around the corner and discover that (gasp) the head chef is a white guy from Des Moines. What's your gut reaction? Do you want to walk out? Why?

The question of who gets to cook other people's food can be squishy — just like the question of who gets to tell other people's stories. (See: the whole controversy over the casting of the new Nina Simone biopic.)

Deric Mendes

Amy and Steve Bohner of Alchemy Distillery open up about how and why their construction agency is getting into the booze business. They spoke with Jennifer Bell on Food for Thought

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A record number of women are running for political office in 2018. KQED’s series “The Long Run” focuses on a handful of candidates from California, who are gunning for seats in everything from city council to Congress.

The number of California women holding statewide and federal office grew this year after several won seats in the midterm elections, with some advocates extolling the gains and others saying it didn’t go far enough to reach gender parity.

The driver of a pickup truck that slammed into a church bus in March 2017, killing 13 passengers, was sentenced to 55 years in prison on Friday.

PG&E has informed state regulators that it experienced an incident early Thursday on a major electrical transmission line at a remote site in Butte County just minutes before the reported start of the devastating Camp Fire.

In a brief report filed with the California Public Utilities Commission, the company said a power outage was recorded on its 115-kilovolt Caribou-Palermo line at 6:15 a.m. Thursday. Cal Fire says the blaze started at 6:29 a.m.

The country's cultural divide, as evidenced by Tuesday's elections, is a real one.

But there are some things that are part of the American experience, whether you're biking across Manhattan or driving a 4x4 through Montana.

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