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Thursday, Sep 2, 2010

2010 Water Matters - Segment 1

2010 Water Matters - Segment 1

Santa Clara Valley Water District

Thursday, Sep 2, 2010

2010 Water Matters - Segment 2

2010 Water Matters - Segment 2

Why water conservation is still important

Friday, Aug 27, 2010

2010 Water Matters Segment 3

2010 Water Matters Segment 3

Sonoma County Water Agency

Thursday, Sep 2, 2010

2010 Water Matters - Segment 4

2010 Water Matters - Segment 4

Biological Opinion

Wednesday, Jul 8, 2009

Water Matters Segment 1

Water Matters Segment 1

Contra Costa Water District

Wednesday, Jul 8, 2009

Water Matters Segment 2

Water Matters Segment 2

Water Matters Segment Two - Marin Municipal Water District

Thursday, Jul 9, 2009

Water Matters Segment 3

Water Matters Segment 3

Sonoma County Water Agency

Thursday, Jul 9, 2009

Water Matters Segment 4

Water Matters Segment 4

Conclusion

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SF Sheriff's Department to Get Body-Worn Cameras For Jail Guards

SF Sheriff's Department to Get Body-Worn Cameras For Jail Guards

San Francisco supervisors on Thursday voted in favor of a body-worn camera pilot program that they hope will improve accountability and transparency within the sheriff's department and city jails. Bob Redell reports.

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San Jose Mayor Requests City's Landlords to Offer Vacant Units to People Displaced by Floods

San Jose Mayor Requests City's Landlords to Offer Vacant Units to People Displaced by Floods

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has beseeched the city's landlords to identify vacant units and offer them to people displaced by last month's historic floods – even if only for a short time. At a news conference on Thursday, Liccardo said that several dozen homes have already been made available to people impacted when Coyote Creek overflowed. Many landlords are waiving all fees, while charities are also providing subsidies. "We need appartments," Liccardo stressed. "We had a housing crisis before the floods. We've got a more acute housing crisis today."

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