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CA Vehicle Laws Taking Effect In 2020

Sacramento, CA — The DMV reports that there will be several new laws beginning on January 1st, as well as a notable change taking effect in October. On October 1st of 2020 the US Department of Homeland Security will require a valid passport or another federally approved document, like a REAL ID driver’s license, to… Keep Reading

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State Expands Insurance Protections In Contra Costa, Solano Wildfire Areas

SACRAMENTO (AP) — More than a million California homes, including some in the Bay Area, are now protected under a new law that temporarily bans insurance companies from dropping customers in areas affected by recent wildfires, officials announced Wednesday. Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara issued a moratorium earlier this month covering about 800,000 homes affected by recent wildfires.… Keep Reading

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Soroptimist International of Vacaville Annual Ruby Award, Nominate an Outstanding Woman

Nominations are currently being accepted by Soroptimist International of Vacaville for its annual Ruby Award, which honors an outstanding woman for her efforts to help other women in our community. The winner each year is an extraordinary woman who works to improve conditions for women and girls either through her personal, volunteer or professional avenues.… Keep Reading

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Internet outage at SMF causes holiday travel delays

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — An internet connectivity issue at the Sacramento International Airport has caused numerous flight delays during the final travel weekend before Christmas, according to airport officials. The internet issue has created a line of people around terminal B who are waiting to check-in for their flights. “We had a line-cutter who offered… Keep Reading

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