California announced yesterday that it will allow applicants to choose a "rainbow overlay" option for their driver's licenses. The new option is slated to be available sometime in August 2016.
California District 1 Republican Doug LaMalfa apparently has had a change of heart on his relatively recent vote to cut USDA Food Stamp funding after it was revealed that he has applied for the program.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced a new photo identification system that not only promises a faster and more effective photo process, but also guarantees the it will take the most hideous and unflattering picture of you.
International Boron Appreciation Day passed without notice on Wednesday. Officials of the relatively unknown holiday date said there were no parades, no fireworks and certainly no Boron giveaways at participating fast food restaurants largely because none participated.
After an embittered battle that largely split down party lines, the California State legislature has voted to fine mobile phone users who take photographs in portrait mode as much as $47.00 per infraction.
According to a prospectus provided by the Church, their Citrus Heights flagship store has grown by over 400%.
Japanese automaker Subaru announced earlier this week that it plans on releasing a limited run of what is tentatively called the Bernie Sanders Outback LE or Limited Edition.
The Jurisdiction of the Jefferson State Militia website was nominated last year for its innovative design and faced stiff competition.
The 56-year-old budget hospitality and lodging chain Motel 6 announced this week that it is going to rename itself given extraordinary inflation and economic pressures.