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  • For NSA leaker Snowden, Venezuela or elsewhere?

    As fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden weighs his asylum options, he should be familiar with the name Luis Posada Carriles. Both Venezuela and Cuba want to get their hands on the 85-year-old Posada, accused of orchestrating the...
  • Residents can share concerns about cell tower regulations at meeting

    A yearslong debate centered around cellphone tower regulations in Burbank will continue this week with city officials hosting a community meeting Wednesday to hear from residents. The meeting – which will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Buena...
  • Turtle Tunnels, Rattlesnake Radio Telemetry, Spadefoot Toads and Saving Connecticut's Threatened Wildlife

    When it first opened up back in 2009, the 60-foot long “Turtle Tunnel” under the Route 7 bypass in Brookfield was derided as a million-dollar joke. People laughed over the idea of attaching tiny GPS tracking devices to the shells of the...
  • ‘60 Minutes’ explores whether Chinese telecom giant threatens U.S. security

     
    Chinese telecom giant Huawei poses a threat to┬áthe United States, top House members will tell “60 Minutes” a day before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence releases a report on the issue. The CBS newsmagazine is scheduled to...
  • Villaraigosa to tout early work on Westside subway construction

     
    As vote counting continued for a transit tax measure that appears to be failing, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sought Wednesday to shift public attention to the first stirrings of construction on a long promised Westside subway. Villaraigosa,...
  • Good Shepherd provides free telecommunications equipment for people with disabilities

     
    People who cannot use a standard telephone to communicate, can now receive free specialized telephone equipment through Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown. Good Shepherd is offering access to equipment that includes amplified phones,...
  • Facing shareholder pressure, Emulex may cash in its chips

    Emulex Corp. in Costa Mesa designs and makes chips that help data move faster through computer servers and storage networks. The company's Ethernet and Fibre Channel products have been built into the server and storage products of such well-known...
  • School board to vote on Early College's spring semester

    Newport-Mesa's school board will consider a more than $100,000 deal with the Coast Community College District to keep Early College High School operating in Costa Mesa through the end of the spring semester. They will vote on paying CCCD up to $127,...
  • Year in Review: A year of tragedy and triumph

    Year in Review: A year of tragedy and triumph
    A massive manhunt for a missing FBI agent, the surprise departure of the city's chief executive, a National Teacher of the Year, tragic suicide and long-sought closure for the family of a murdered Burbank police officer. The year 2012 was full of...
  • Year in Review: City manager Mike Flad leaves, Burbank sees first homicide in 3 years, Rebecca Mieliwocki recognized by Obama

    Year in Review: City manager Mike Flad leaves, Burbank sees first homicide in 3 years, Rebecca Mieliwocki recognized by Obama
    A massive manhunt for a missing FBI agent, the surprise departure of the city’s chief executive, a National Teacher of the Year, tragic suicide and long-sought closure for the family of a murdered Burbank police officer. The year 2012 was full of...
  • Burbank to allow cellular towers in public right-of-ways, angering residents

    The City Council this week moved to allow cellular towers on new poles in public right-of-ways provided the service provider obtains an encroachment permit. Residents who live within 1,000 feet of the proposed tower will be notified of the permit once it...