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California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff’s Department Employees – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff's Department EmployeesNBCNews.comTwo sheriff's department employees died when their plane crashed into the side of a mountain in California, officials said Wednesday. Tulare County Sheriff's pilot James Chavez, 45, and Deputy Scott Ballantyne, 52, had just finished assisting with an …Small plane crashes in California... 

California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff’s Department Employees – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff's Department EmployeesNBCNews.comTwo sheriff's department employees died when their plane crashed into the side of a mountain in California, officials said Wednesday. Tulare County Sheriff's pilot James Chavez, 45, and Deputy Scott Ballantyne, 52, had just finished assisting with an …Small plane crashes in California... 

California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff’s Department Employees – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff's Department EmployeesNBCNews.comTwo sheriff's department employees died when their plane crashed into the side of a mountain in California, officials said Wednesday. Tulare County Sheriff's pilot James Chavez, 45, and Deputy Scott Ballantyne, 52, had just finished assisting with an …Small plane crashes in California... 

Small plane crashes in California killing sheriff’s deputy, pilot – Fox News

Fox News Small plane crashes in California killing sheriff's deputy, pilotFox NewsA sheriff's deputy and a civilian pilot assisting in the arrest of a California man were killed when their small plane crashed Wednesday. Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux confirmed Deputy Scott Ballantyne and pilot James Chavez when the single …California Plane Crash Kills Two Tulare Sheriff's... 

California Coastal Commission Votes to Fire Executive Director – New York Times

New York Times California Coastal Commission Votes to Fire Executive DirectorNew York TimesLOS ANGELES — The California Coastal Commission, the powerful agency that regulates development in 1,100 miles of scenic mountains, cliffs and beaches along the Pacific Ocean, voted Wednesday night to fire its executive director, handing a defeat to …Powerful California coastal panel ousts top... 
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