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Tani Cantil-Sakauye, chief justice of the California Supreme Court, called on the state Legislature on Tuesday to spend far more on the judicial branch than Governor Brown recommends in his new budget plan. Cantil-Sakauye says years of deep budget cuts have left California "rationing justice," forcing the closure of 51 courthouses since 2008.
On Thursday, the State Board of Education is expected to vote on a historic new set of rules. Educators have been waiting on the new rules, because they spell out how public school districts should spend an influx of extra state funding on high-needs students. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
It's officially flu season in California. State public health officials have confirmed seven deaths so far, with many more under investigation. One of the strains spreading about the state is H1N1 -- but this year there's a vaccine that works against H1N1 as well as other strains.
Every Thursday night at the Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland, 19-year-old Juliet Small holds dance classes for young Native American girls. Small identifies as Apache, Navajo, Cherokee and Azteca. She went to a pow-wow when she was three years old, and hasn't stopped dancing since. Reporter: Zaidee Stavely
End Music: "Happy Home (Freeloader, Renter, Buyer)" by Terrace Martin, from the album "3ChordFold" (AKAI Music)