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Last year, for the first time, the California Highway Patrol posted safety guidelines for motorcyclists who ride in the space between lanes. But earlier this month, the CHP removed the guidelines without explanation.
The California Report
Today at 4:30pm
For many Somali refugee girls in San Diego, heading to college means breaking ties with more than the comforts of home. We look at a cultural shift that has Somali girls outpacing their male counterparts.
Today at 1:00pm
With "Project Runway" starting a new season, the show features an interview from February with designer and judge Tim Gunn. He'll talk about his life, including his difficult adolescence.
Cy Musiker and David Wiegand scout the Bay Area for things to do this coming weekend and turn up New Orleans-born space music, a festival celebrating influential Mexican performers, and much more.
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The California Report
- Obama Rails Against 'Corporate Deserters' at L.A. Trade Tech
- Despite More Training, Police Struggle to Coordinate Response to Mental Illness
- Drought Concerns Top Poll of Environmental Issues for Californians
- Feds Release New Safety Regulations for Oil Trains
- Covered California Struggles to Enroll Former Foster Youth
- Bill Would Limit Use of 'Willful Defiance' Expulsions