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Business (New) California grooms utility giants to compete against Big Oil
Under new climate change legislation Gov. Jerry Brown signed Wednesday, the most populous state in the nation is encouraging major utilities to compete as an alternative transportation fuel source by installing thousands of charging stations where people live, work and play.
Local & Regional (New) California oil regulators acknowledge oversight failings
Oil and gas regulators in and around Los Angeles routinely failed to carry out much of the oversight required to keep federally protected drinking-water aquifers from oilfield contamination, an internal review by those state regulators concluded Thursday.

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Sports (New) Pac-12 week features unexpected marquee game
The Pac-12 has been filled with surprises and new teams rising toward the top. Two of those rising teams will meet Saturday in Utah, highlighting this week's games in the big conference out West.

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Technology Tokyo auto show to highlight 'smart' green cars Tokyo auto show to highlight 'smart' green cars (Photo Gallery)
The Tokyo Motor Show, opening to the public Oct. 30 at Tokyo Big Sight convention hall, will be packed with futuristic eye-catching vehicles that drive themselves, offer online information in dazzling ways and are so green they are zero-emissions.


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Technology Amazon challenges Etsy with Handmade at Amazon
Amazon is launching its site for handcrafted goods called Handmade at Amazon on Thursday, hoping to capitalize on shoppers' appetite for homemade goods ahead of the holiday season.


Entertainment Brad Paisley: 'God bless the Ashley Madison website hack'
When Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the Country Music Association Awards in November, they'll have a wealth of material for their jokes - and for that, Paisley is thankful for the Ashley Madison hack and presidential contenders.

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Business Holiday sales seen rising 3.7 percent
Americans are expected to spend at a slower pace than last year during the crucial winter holidays, weighed down by sluggish wage growth and other factors, according to the nation's largest retail industry trade group.

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