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February 4, 1991 | Associated Press
Rain fell in Northern California for the second straight day Sunday as new storms approached the Pacific Coast with the promise of more of the unfamiliar wet stuff. Rain from the new system was expected to spread to the Tehachapis by Tuesday morning, bringing a slight chance of showers in the Los Angeles area. The National Weather Service said rain was expected to be heavy at times in the north. Another front was expected in Northern California by the end of the week.
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BUSINESS
May 5, 1998
Companies with Northern California headquarters ranked by analysts' mean estimates of annualized growth in earnings per share over the next three to five years. At least four analysts must cover a company for it to be listed. *--* Proj. Yrs. of Last No. of annlzd. positive qrtly. anal- Name Ticker EPS gr. EPS EPS ysts 1 Penederm DERM 100% 0 --$0.58 4 2 Yahoo YHOO 68 0 0.08 17 3 Network Appliance NTAP 60 2 0.17 5 4 Advanced Fibre Communic. AFCI 54 3 0.15 11 5 BroadVision BVSN 50 0 --0.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 2014 | By Shelby Grad
 Here are some facts about Sunday's 6.9 magnitude earthquake in Northern California: Q: How big was this earthquake? A: It was a major earthquake, larger in magnitude than the destructive 1994 Northridge quake, which was magnitude 6.7. In California the two most recent larger quakes were the 1999 Hector Mine temblor, magnitude 7.1, and the 1992 Landers quake, which was magnitude 7.3. In 2005, there was an offshore quake in Northern California...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 2013 | By Fox40
A 72-year-old Northern California man is facing murder charges in connection with three bodies found last week in a burned-out car. Suspect Donald Clark was arrested Wednesday in Centerville, said Butte County sheriff's detectives. Deputies found a car on fire in Magalia on June 13 after it was reported stolen in Sacramento. Inside were the remains of three bodies, all with gunshot wounds. Their names had not been released, but they were all from Sacramento, authorities said.
NEWS
February 27, 2014 | By Mary Forgione, Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
JetBlue's GoPack ticket offer is back with 10 one-way flights between Long Beach and San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento for $999 plus tax. Fliers may purchase GoPack bulk tickets until March 31 and must travel by June 17. Here's how it works: JetBlue provides promo codes that fliers can use as late as up to 90 minutes before takeoff to book a flight. And you can share the codes with friends and family members too. Blackout dates are April 11-28 for the intra-California flights.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 2014 | By Shelby Grad
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake off the coast of Eureka in Northern California on Sunday night was felt as long and slow by residents from San Francisco to southern Oregon. Eureka police have told several Northern California media outlets that the department has no immediate reports of injuries or major damage. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Department also said it had no reports of injuries. "This lasted longer than any earthquake I've ever felt," Raquel Maytorena, 52, who lives about a mile from the coast in Ferndale near Eureka, told The Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 2014 | By Catherine Saillant
Police in Northern California arrested an 18-year-old Fairfield man Thursday who they say bit off his infant son's nose after becoming frustrated with the baby's incessant crying. The month-old boy was taken to Oakland Children's Hospital, where doctors determined that the baby also suffered a skull fracture and brain hemorrhage.  The child is in stable condition, said Troy Oviatt of the Fairfield Major Crimes Unit. Police were called to child's home early Thursday by the baby's hysterical 17-year-old mother, who reported that the baby was bleeding from the nose, Oviatt said. Doctors said about a third of the infant's nose had been severed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 2013 | By Kate Mather
A Davis man lost for a week in the Lake County wilderness after a car accident apparently survived by eating pine nuts, according to reports. Daniel Brian Thompson, 25, had set out on a solo camping trip when he lost control of his rented Zipcar in a rural area of the Northern California county, his father told the Davis Enterprise . The car skidded off the gravel road and went down an embankment, his father said, and Thompson didn't have cellphone...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2014 | By Ari Bloomekatz
Dozens of aftershocks have occurred since Sunday's magnitude-6.9 earthquake that rattled Northern California, the state's largest temblor in nearly a decade. The largest of the aftershocks, near Ferndale in Humboldt County, measured a magnitude 4.5, and officials expected them to continue for several days. Overall, the aftershocks have been getting smaller and less frequent. Sunday's quake caused no damage or injuries because it was centered 50 miles off the coast of Eureka and occurred at a depth of "10 miles beneath the Pacific seabed," according to the U.S. Geological Survey . By the time the seismic energy reached the shore, it had dissipated significantly.
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