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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - Virgin America, the only airline headquartered in the Bay Area, today celebrates the launch of its new service to Norman Y.
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SEATTLE, Wash. - Alaska Airlines will open a flight attendant base in San Diego on April 1.
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. - Interjet inaugurated daily service to Mexico on October 11 from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.
HALEIWA, Hawaii, USA & BRUSSELS, Belgium - The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) announced that Baja.com has joined the organization, representing the Baja California peninsula, Mexico,
Stockton City Council in California (USA) will reportedly have its first Hindu invocation on July 10, which is nearly 162 years since the city was incorporated.
SACRAMENTO, California, USA - Visit California has launched a premium edition of its Fun Spots promotion to celebrate the significant enhancements opening this summer at some of the Golden State's pre
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California is hoping that an official visit by Prince William and his new bride Kate next month will give a boost to the cash-strapped US state's tourist industry.
Beverly Hills, Calif. – Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau today announced the launch of a new website, www.LoveBeverlyHills.com.
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. – Millions of dead fish were found Tuesday floating in a Southern California marina.
SEATTLE, WA – Beginning December 15, 2010, Alaska Airlines will beef up its flights between San Jose, California, and Guadalajara, Mexico, and between Sacramento, California, and Guadalajara, starti
Cruise ships and large commercial ships will be banned from dumping any kind of sewage -- even highly filtered wastewater -- along California's coast out to three miles from shore, under new rules fro
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SEATTLE - Alaska Airlines will inaugurate service between San Jose, Calif., and Lihue, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, on March 27, 2011, and between Oakland, Calif., and Lihue beginning March 28, 20
The West Coast’s biggest cruise ship is leaving the Port of Los Angeles next year, in large part because of fears of violence in Mexico.
SAN FRANCISCO — Economic and political challenges in the past year have left California’s multibillion-dollar tourism industry in a precarious state.
The statistics released by the California Travel and Tourism Commission (CTTC) shows the number of tourists to California from Chinese mainland has witnessed a rapid increase in recent years and they