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Fresno's Chinatown Neighborhood To See Big Changes From High Speed Rail

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Morgan Doisaki outside his business, Central Fish Company in Fresno's Chinatown neighborhood. (Madi Bolanos/The California Report)

High Speed Rail Offers Hope, Concerns For One Fresno Neighborhood

For many Californians, the idea of High Speed Rail becoming a reality, is well just an idea. But in Fresno, where one of the first stations will be built, some residents see the rail system as a lifeline.
Reporter: Madi Bolanos, The California Report

Protests Over War In Gaza Grow At College Campuses

Cal Poly Humboldt has shut down its campus, after students occupied a building on campus.  And a protest encampment continues to grow at UC Berkeley, as students voice their concerns about the war in Gaza, and universities investing in companies that benefit Israel.

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