Today's headlines (April 28, 2014)

Union Democrat staff

Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.


• Frogs, toad get federal protections • Sonora Elementary buildings burned in Nov. fire get fixed • Calaveras transit study on docket •Chinese Camp legend laid to rest: O'Brien memorial •McClintock challenger Moore gets endorsed •Vallecito staffers miffed at pay • Clue to missing water certificate leaked by mole • Murder conviction gives family closure • Cal Fire to require burn permits beginning Thursday • Pic of the week •Road work


• Bret Harte Invitational: Jumping at Frog invite • Wildcats, Redskins lead off busy week •MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL coverage


• Bringing awareness: Flags represent local victims of sexual assault • Dr. Oz: The best 3-in-1? MMR vaccine •Addictions & Answers: Doctor says to be leery of all 'magic' diet pills

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