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Pajaro Residents Know Permanent Fix For Levees Is Still A Long Way Away

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Contractors with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have moved in heavy equipment to repair three breaks in the Pajaro River levee, including at this site two miles upstream from Pajaro. (Photo by: Scott Cohn/KAZU)

Permanent Fix For Pajaro Levee Still Years Away

It’s been six months since the levee protecting the small Central Coast farming community of Pajaro burst, flooding the town and forcing thousands out of their homes. And while  repairs are underway, a permanent fix is still years in the making.
Reporter: Scott Cohn, KAZU

State Democrats Explore Keeping Trump Off Primary Ballot

A group of Democratic state lawmakers is asking California Attorney General Rob Bonta to take the lead on an effort to remove Donald Trump from the March primary ballot.
Reporter: Scott Shafer, KQED  

Bottled Water Pipeline Could Be Shut Down By Regulators

At its board meeting in Sacramento Tuesday morning, California’s Water Resources Control Board will consider issuing a ‘cease and desist’ order to end the pumping of millions of gallons of water out of the San Bernardino National Forest.  
Reporter: Anthony Victoria, KVCR 

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