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  • The buzz on bugs

    The buzz on bugs
    Summer is the time to enjoy the outdoors. There's the sun, the camping, the backyard crab feasts, and unfortunately, there's also the pests. Mosquitoes, ticks, bees and hornets can make themselves uninvited guests at outdoor gatherings and activities,...
  • Practice speeds from the Brickyard

    Practice speeds from the Brickyard
    INDIANAPOLIS, Friday, July 23, 2010 – Juan Pablo Montoya’s quest for revenge at the race that left him disappointed in 2009 got off to a good start Friday, July 23, as he dominated the speed chart in both practice sessions for the 2010...
  • Keys for the Brickyard 400

    Keys for the Brickyard 400
    The Brickyard 400 turns a ripe old age of 17 on Sunday and as usual, NASCAR's second biggest race is well accompanied by storylines. Will Jimmie Johnson win his third Brickyard in a row? Can Jeff Gordon join Michael Schumacher in the IMS 5-win club? Can...
  • Proposed budget includes $3M in cuts

    Huntington Beach could reduce lifeguard hours if the City Council approves several proposed budget cuts for next year. The council was presented with a proposed 2010-11 budget at a study session Monday with about $3 million in cuts, including reduced...
  • Modell, Browns fans reach deal on lawsuit

    Ravens majority owner Art Modell has agreed to a $3 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit brought by Cleveland Browns fans angry about the team's 1995 move to Baltimore, lawyers in the case said yesterday. Under a preliminary settlement approved...
  • Gifts Flow, as Does the Access

    Gifts Flow, as Does the Access
    SACRAMENTO — When Richard Costigan resigned as lobbyist for the Chamber of Commerce last November, the business group chipped in for a $589 farewell gift, a wood-and-glass model of the domed Capitol where Costigan went to work for Arnold...
  • Note: This Headline Is Patented

     Note: This Headline Is Patented
    For decades, finicky children have been eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with the crust removed. From a legal point of view, however, the lunchbox staple was invented on a patio in Fargo, N.D., in 1995. David Geske, who ran a packaged ice...