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  • Yellow blossoms blaze brightly and fade swiftly

    Yellow blossoms blaze brightly and fade swiftly
    Explosion doesn't describe the blossoming of yellow trees all around Central Florida. The trees, called tabebuia, erupt in a supernova of yellow more dazzling than lemons, crime tape or traffic signals before red. So startling is the presentation it can...
  • L.A. Times expands leadership, adds Mitra Kalita as M.E.

    L.A. Times expands leadership, adds Mitra Kalita as M.E.
    Times Publisher Austin Beutner and Editor Davan Maharaj have announced an expansion of the newsroom leadership and the hiring of S. Mitra Kalita as managing editor for editorial strategy. Their announcement follows.  To the staff: The news environment...
  • Judge's son killed in hit-and-run; couple pleads no contest

    Judge's son killed in hit-and-run; couple pleads no contest
    A motorist charged with fleeing after she fatally struck the son of a federal judge as he walked home from a Christmas party pleaded no contest Friday to felony hit-and-run. Marguerite Vuong, a 28-year postal employee, was driving to her 3 a.m. shift as...
  • Chicago murder — and all that jazz

     Chicago murder — and all that jazz
    On an April day in 1924, a Tribune editor sent Maurine Watkins to cover a coroner's inquest at a South Side funeral home. Newly hired to bring a feminine perspective to the crime beat, Watkins brought back an eyeful: "Thursday afternoon Mrs. Annan...
  • State usually, but not always, good on access to records

    State usually, but not always, good on access to records
    Public record requests sent to a half-dozen state agencies produced relevant documents in a reasonable time frame and generally free of charge, an audit performed as part of the Florida Society of News Editors annual Sunshine Week found. However,...
  • Women's History Month: Trailblazing women are among the Peninsula's most influential

     Women's History Month: Trailblazing women are among the Peninsula's most influential
    Women helped shape the Peninsula we know today, but their contributions—both past and present—are sometimes overlooked or obscured. These women have all contributed to the physical, spiritual, political and cultural growth of this community....
  • Police Should Not Be Deciding What Public Can Know

    Police Should Not Be Deciding What Public Can Know
    A state with the nickname of Corrupticut should think hard about the wisdom of leaving entirely up to police whether to release important arrest records while a prosecution is pending. A 2014 state Supreme Court ruling allows police to withhold all...
  • Sun-Times bet on national digital network may be a long shot

    Sun-Times bet on national digital network may be a long shot
    The Chicago Sun-Times landed on newsstands and driveways this week with a new logo, newly imported national news from USA Today and the promise of more local coverage from its recently downsized Chicago staff. Long term, that promise may not be worth...
  • Date bar cookie like Mom used to buy

    Date bar cookie like Mom used to buy
    Q: In the early to mid-70s my mom used to buy a bakery item at the grocery store named China Chews. I am assuming it was a Heinemann's product as that what was mostly stocked at Dominick's, where she did the majority of her grocery shopping. I tried in...
  • O.C. Register owners quit: Aaron Kushner, Eric Spitz resign executive duties

    O.C. Register owners quit: Aaron Kushner, Eric Spitz resign executive duties
    When Aaron Kushner bought the Orange County Register and announced his plans to double down on print journalism, media experts asked: Could he save the newspaper industry? On Tuesday, Kushner and his partner, Eric Spitz, resigned from executive duties at...
  • Claude Sitton dies at 89; journalist covered civil rights movement

    Claude Sitton dies at 89; journalist covered civil rights movement
    Journalist Claude Sitton, who set the pace for reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and '60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, has died. He was 89. Sitton's son Clint said his father died...