It’s Arlene Martínez with your hump day news.

But first, pour one out for the Stanford grad who invented Cut, Copy and Paste. You might not know the name Larry Tesler but if you’re like me, you couldn’t live without his creation. He died Monday.

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The state’s actual first Asian American sheriff. Probably

Timothy Saxon, born in Japan, is the sheriff of Trinity County.

When Paul Miyamoto won election last fall as San Francisco sheriff and again at his January swearing-in, there was lots of buzz about him being the first Asian American sheriff in state history.

But a subsequent USA TODAY profile of Miyamoto, which posted on Feb. 16, has led to a historical revelation. The first Asian American sheriff appears to be Sheriff Timothy Saxon of Trinity County, a mostly rural slice of wooded paradise with 13,000 residents. 





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