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  • USC players get ready for the buzz at Oregon State

    USC players get ready for the buzz at Oregon State
    A nearby swim stadium is under construction, so USC players and coaches are accustomed to hearing heavy machinery during practice at Brian Kennedy-Howard Jones Field. But on Monday, interim Coach Ed Orgeron introduced the Trojans to something new....
  • Kings, Ducks unveil jerseys for Stadium Series [Video]

    Kings, Ducks unveil jerseys for Stadium Series [Video]
    If you have a particular fondness for those eye-popping bright orange safety vests that construction workers wear, well then, the Anaheim Ducks' jersey for the upcoming Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium might be just for you. The Kings' jersey for this...
  • Harley bets big on a small bike

    Harley bets big on a small bike
    KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - To catch a glimpse of Harley-Davidson Inc history, visit its Milwaukee headquarters, housed in the 111-year-old company's first real factory. Or tour its York, Pennsylvania, plant, which has cranked out motorcycles...
  • Delray high schoolers build a house from top to bottom

    Delray high schoolers build a house from top to bottom
    It is a high school class project that will be part of Delray Beach for a long time to come. A group of hard-hat wearing students from Atlantic Community High now are touching up a three-bedroom, two-bath home that they took from permits to plaster....
  • Arena profit-sharing a sticking point in Panthers deal

    County officials say they won't support a bailout of the Florida Panthers hockey team without a better financial return for taxpayers. But the Panthers appear to have something else in mind. In the depths of the 59-page contract proposed by the team...
  • Broward fires company working on Main Library

    Broward County's majestic Main Library in downtown Fort Lauderdale should have been free by now of blue tarps, plywood and power tools. But the ribbon cutting that should have come in July -- marking an end to eight years of renovations since...
  • White House sounds another climate change warning, gives shout out to Broward's Kristin Jacobs

    White House sounds another climate change warning, gives shout out to Broward's Kristin Jacobs
    The Obama administration's issue of the day Tuesday is climate change. Efforts include bringing in selected weathercasters from around the country, including John Morales from Miami's WTVJ-Ch. 6, to broadcast about the issue. And the administration...
  • SS Wapama was 'last of her breed'

    SS Wapama was 'last of her breed'
    They are national and international legends: wooden-hulled, 180- to 215-foot coastal steamers that sailed to more than a score of Pacific Coast ports from Alaska to San Diego — including Newport Beach — from the early 1880s to the late 1940s....
  • 818 Roundup: Link development approved, social workers end six-day strike, Burbank man files claim against city, alleged Target thief arrested

    818 Roundup: Link development approved, social workers end six-day strike, Burbank man files claim against city, alleged Target thief arrested
    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013. The National Weather Service predicts the Glendale area will have a high around 69 and low of 44. Here's a break-down of the top headlines in the 818. - An 85-year-old woman died Tuesday...
  • 'Link to our past' not enough to block the Link

    Despite heavy opposition from the Glendale Historical Society, a 142-unit building in the San Fernando Road Corridor, known as the Link, was given final approval by the City Council this week. The nonprofit dedicated to preservation opposed the roughly...
  • Male patient, 70, burned in fire at Long Beach VA hospital

    Male patient, 70, burned in fire at Long Beach VA hospital
    A 70-year-old man suffered burns early Friday when a fire broke out inside a room at the Long Beach Veterans Administration hospital, fire officials said. According to Long Beach Fire Capt. Jim Arvizu, the fire was reported about 12:40 a.m. at the...