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  • Husband of slain Iraqi immigrant arrested in El Cajon in her death

     
    At an Islamic memorial service in Lakeside before leaving for Iraq, Alhimidi pleaded with the public for help finding his wife's killer. Weeping uncontrollably, he threw himself on his wife's linen shroud, which was covered with red roses....
  • Grace under ire: Bill Nelson’s wife’s passionate plea for civility

     
    For his whole career, newly-re-elected U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson has preached centrist, bi-partisan politics although his opponents, this time around Republican U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV, have insisted he's really a lockstep liberal in moderate's clothing....
  • Husband pleads not guilty in slaying of Iraqi immigrant

     
    The husband of an Iraqi immigrant pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a murder charge in her death, as the couple's teenage daughter fled the courtroom in tears....
  • Black family flees O.C. city after tires slashed, racial taunts

     
    An African American police officer and his family said they fled their upscale Orange County community after rocks were thrown their windows, their tires were slashed and racial taunts were shouted by passing motorists. Last month, someone shot...
  • Yorba Linda mayor regrets attacks on black family

     
    The mayor of Yorba Linda on Wednesday decried the treatment of an African American family that fled the upscale community after rocks were tossed through their windows, their car tires were slashed, and their children were taunted because they were......
  • NASA plans new Mars rover for 2020

     
    NASA officials plan to build a new rover that would follow Curiosity on the surface of Mars. The announcement electrified many of the roughly 18,000 researchers attending the American Geophysical Union's fall meeting this week in San Francisco. The...
  • Police nab 55 suspected burglars, ask public to ID stolen goods

     
    Gold earrings, diamond studs, wedding rings and designer watches sparkled like a jeweler’s cabinet at a shopping mall — and there’s more where that came from, police said....
  • Rossmoor 'acid bombs' probed as hate crime by human rights group

     
    Authorities are investigating "acid bombs" -- small explosives made from a compound of household chemicals -- left on the lawn of a Rossmoor home over the weekend and in a neighboring park, Orange County Sheriff's officials said....
  • UCLA report: L.A. candidates should to address environmental issues

     
    Los Angeles mayoral and City Council candidates should address air, soil, water and energy problems in their campaigns, and the winners should push for specific measures to meet those challenges, UCLA researchers said in a report released Tuesday....
  • Attacks on black O.C. family prompt anti-hate forums

     
    After an Orange County family fled their Yorba Linda neighborhood in response to years of taunts, slurs and vandalism, a series of town hall forums is to be held to encourage African American families to talk about their experiences and the discrimination...
  • About Hava Leipzig Holzhauer

    About Hava Leipzig Holzhauer
    Hava Leipzig Holzhauer is the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL's) Regional Director for the State of Florida. Deeply committed to fighting anti-Semitism and protecting the rights of all Americans, Ms. Holzhauer oversees ADL's work in Florida including...