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  • Museums, good food, scenic wandering are draws to historical Skagit Valley town

    Museums, good food, scenic wandering are draws to historical Skagit Valley town
    Nearby tulip fields aren't the only reason to visit this little town. But with the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival running the whole month of April, that's undoubtedly why many visitors will make the drive in coming weeks. But even after flowers wilt and...
  • Yasiel Puig's incredible journey from Cuba to U.S. told by LA Magazine

    Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig is typically reticent to discuss any topic with the media, but the one subject he has always made completely off-limits was how he escaped from Cuba. And apparently with excellent reason. An exclusive story in Los...
  • Men suspected in Orange County of 4 killings were sex offenders

    Men suspected in Orange County of 4 killings were sex offenders
    Two transients arrested in Orange County on suspicion of killing four women were registered sex offenders who were required to wear electronic monitoring devices and check in with police every 30 days, according to law enforcement authorities and court...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Waterford Hotel Group Appoints Sherri Mancini As Assistant Director Of Sales

    Sherri Mancini has been promoted to assistant director of Sales and Marketing for Waterford Hotel Group's full-service Hartford portfolio. In her new role, Mancini will provide additional leadership support and sales revenue generation to the current...
  • In post-Fukushima policy test, Japan town rallies for nuclear re-start

    SATSUMASENDAI, Japan (Reuters) - On the main road leading from the Sendai nuclear plant in southern Japan, a construction crew is laying down asphalt to widen the evacuation route in the event of a future disaster. For many here, that's a hopeful sight....
  • On Vegas Strip, the Harmon tower set to fall -- with a whimper

    On Vegas Strip, the Harmon tower set to fall --  with a whimper
    LAS VEGAS — One by one, the grand old dames of the Strip outlived their charms — the Dunes, Stardust and Aladdin — and down they came, thanks to some well-rigged dynamite, in a booming flash of bravado and showmanship that became this...
  • Homeless man gets shelter: He's in jail after bank robbery arrest

    Homeless man gets shelter: He's in jail after bank robbery arrest
    With his part-time parking lot job gone and his chronic lung disease worsening, George Hernandez at 70 was the picture of despair. His worst fear was being stranded on the streets. So when the FBI arrested him on charges he robbed a Fort Lauderdale...
  • Senior housing could start to move to cities

    Senior housing could start to move to cities
    Urban living doesn't appeal just to the young and hip. Developers of senior housing are starting to test the allure of walkable communities with access to city amenities. Some are including densely populated areas as they scout for new sites, a...
  • Grafton Hotel Gets Boutique Steakhouse With Oliver's Prime

    The Sunset Strip's understated Grafton Hotel is bringing back the beef with the just-opened Oliver's Prime restaurant. Originally the location of Boa, the space went through a few other concepts before its latest redo as a farm-to-table steakhouse...
  • 'Problem motels' less of a problem

    A task force focusing on quality-of-life issues in Costa Mesa says the city has made progress in curbing the number of times police are called to so-called problem motels. In a report released this week, Costa Mesa's Neighborhood Improvement Task...
  • After evictions, Eatonville motel owner hopes to reopen

    A decades-old Eatonville motel that was shut down in January is getting a second chance. Owner and former Mayor Anthony Grant is refurbishing the Eatonville Hometown Suites, a 1960s structure on the town's main drag that inspectors have deemed unsafe and...