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Voters to decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana
(06/28/16 08:03 PM CDT) California voters will decide in November whether to legal recreational marijuana.
The Latest: Crews to work into night at Texas train crash
(06/28/16 07:56 PM CDT)

In this photo provided by Billy B. Brown, two freight trains are on fire Tuesday, June 28, 2016, after they collided and derailed near Panhandle, Texas. Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Bryan Witt says the accident occurred Tuesday morning near the town of Panhandle, about 25 miles northeast of Amarillo. No injuries have been reported. (Billy B. Brown via AP)AMARILLO, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the freight train crash in West Texas (all times local):


California land officials sign off on closing nuclear plant
(06/28/16 07:47 PM CDT)

Erich Pica,left, president of Friends of the Earth, Geisha Williams, president of electric for Pacific Gas & Electric, and Tom Dalzell, business manager for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 1245, appear before state regulators to discuss the closure of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power plant, Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Sacramento, Calif. The State Lands Commission was considering waiving an environmental review before renewing a contract with the plant's owners, PG&E, after an agreement was reached with environmental groups to close the Diablo Canyon facility by 2025, nine years earlier than previously planned. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California land officials dropped their longstanding environmental objections to the state's last nuclear power plant and signed off Tuesday on a deal to close the Central Coast facility nearly 20 years ahead of its previously planned termination.


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