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  • #EmergingUS: Diversity is our destiny, but how do we talk about it?

    #EmergingUS: Diversity is our destiny, but how do we talk about it?
    As we celebrate our country's birthday, let us also acknowledge that the country that declared independence in 1776 does not look like the country we live in today. In fact, America today is not even the 1960s version of America that we study in history...
  • Grandson is arrested on suspicion of killing Glendale couple

    Grandson is arrested on suspicion of killing Glendale couple
    The grandson of anĀ elderly couple found dead in their Glendale home has been booked on suspicion of murder, police said Friday. Nathaniel Wayne Scheiern, 34, was considered a person of interest after his grandfather William Karl Scheiern, 77, and a...
  • Hammond man pleads guilty to burglary in double-slaying case

    A Hammond man has pleaded guilty to a felony burglary charge stemming from the fatal shootings of two people slain inside a home that housed a marijuana-growing operation. Twenty-two-year-old Alejandro Sanchez entered his guilty plea Thursday under a...
  • Human remains found at Indiana quarry may be 2,000 years old

    Authorities say human remains found at the site of a proposed northwestern Indiana stone quarry may be up to about 2,000 years old. State Department of Natural Resources spokesman Marty Benson says the remains found recently at the Singleton Stone Quarry...
  • Marktown slowly fades away as refinery creates green space

    Like tear-stained notes on a page, Marktown is slowly fading away. The heavy whir of demolition equipment is stripping away the quiet community that sits amid the shadows of the structures of industrial giants like BP. BP has been buying properties near...
  • The tide finally turns on L.A. County beach access

    The tide finally turns on L.A. County beach access
    In the ongoing battle between the California Coastal Commission and property owners over public access to the beach, one of the lengthiest skirmishes has been the one the state agency waged with Malibu resident Lisette Ackerberg. But after more than a...
  • Gardena, release the police video

    Gardena, release the police video
    As more police agencies put video recorders in their patrol cars and issue body cameras to their officers, policymakers must grapple with how and when to release the recordings to the public. These can be difficult questions, but the legal fight over...
  • Police: Husband suspects affair, runs over man with truck

    An upstate New York man is behind bars after police say he ran over a 46-year-old man he thought his wife was having an affair with. The Times Herald-Record of Middletown reports (http://bit.ly/1dBtVZY ) it happened Tuesday when 46-year-old Vernon...
  • Police: 3-car crash injures 8 on upstate New York road

    Police say eight people have been injured in a three-car crash on an upstate New York road. The Times Herald-Record of Middletown reports (http://bit.ly/1CfQuPJ ) it happened Thursday afternoon on Route 42 between Fallsburg and Monticello in Sullivan...
  • Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say

    Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say
    The blaze that destroyed an historic black church in South Carolina this week left "no indicator of criminal intent" and may have been the result of a lightning strike, law enforcement officials said Thursday. The fire that tore through Mt. Zion African...
  • Measles death in Washington state is first in U.S. in 12 years

    Measles death in Washington state is first in U.S. in 12 years
    Measles led to the death of a Washington state woman this spring, marking the first time in 12 years someone in the United States has been killed as a result of the disease, public health officials said. The Clallam County woman died in April of...