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  • O.J. Simpson murder case: 'Bloody glove' was key for detectives

    From the very beginning, the “bloody glove” was at the center of the O.J. Simpson murder case. And from the beginning, Simpson denied any role in the slaying of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. The pair...
  • New hotel on PCH gets underway

    New hotel on PCH gets underway
    Construction on Huntington Beach's newest beachside hotel is underway. Officials broke ground June 4 at the Pacific City site of the eight-story Pasťa Hotel and Spa. The 250-room hotel will be built by developer R.D. Olson and managed by Pacific...
  • City chides developer for listing campaign contributions as project cost

    City chides developer for listing campaign contributions as project cost
    Baltimore officials approved a $3.4 million deal Wednesday to sell a Fells Point pier for development of a luxury hotel after chiding a developer for trying to include campaign contributions to local politicians as part of the project's costs....
  • Europe in the Midwest

    Europe in the Midwest
    Long-ago immigrants to the United States sought reminders of home and hopes for prosperity in New World landscapes. Within the Midwest are small towns with big pride in their ethnic heritage. These places, population 3,500 or fewer, flaunt and invest in...
  • A change of plans for Lamill space at Four Seasons Hotel

    A change of plans for Lamill space at Four Seasons Hotel
    Lamill, the coffee shop at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, which was to close on Saturday and reopen on Monday with a new name, will instead stay closed for months. The space will reopen later this summer as a full-service bar and restaurant,...
  • Critics of wage boost for L.A. hotel workers point to earlier pledge

    Critics of wage boost for L.A. hotel workers point to earlier pledge
    As Los Angeles leaders seek to raise the minimum wage for workers in scores of big hotels, critics are questioning whether the city has followed a regulation that requires officials to first cross several hurdles. Seven years ago, when Los Angeles...
  • Officials, owner disagree on running of Sandpiper Motel

    Officials, owner disagree on running of Sandpiper Motel
    Mike Lin knows his motel is not the best lodging choice in Costa Mesa. Customers at the Sandpiper Motel, he said, cannot expect five-star service from a one-star or "no-star" establishment. After all, the Sandpiper is not, unlike the Westin, within...
  • Airplanes' air may be clean, but what about cabin surfaces?

    Airplanes' air may be clean, but what about cabin surfaces?
    Government studies have debunked the long-held myth that air circulated in commercial planes is jampacked with disease-causing germs. Now comes a study that raises fears about germs on cabin surfaces. Microbiologists and engineers at Auburn University...
  • Manaus is Brazil's jewel of the Amazon jungle

    Manaus is Brazil's jewel of the Amazon jungle
    It's that special time in the late afternoon when the light turns golden and life seems to move at the pace of a bygone era in the square that anchors this Amazon city's opera house. Children clamor to catch soap bubbles sent aloft by a vendor,...
  • More and more hotel rooms come with a bike

    More and more hotel rooms come with a bike
    With hotels competing to offer ever-hipper incentives to attract guests and encourage loyalty, bikes are becoming a hot perk. Hotels as far-flung as Sofitel So Bangkok and Hotel Grand Pacific in Victoria, British Columbia, are peddling free bikes. A...
  • At peace in Ojai

    At peace in Ojai
    It was a fading Friday afternoon in the peaceful valley northwest of Los Angeles, and that meant Marion Leeman and friends were perched along the slow-moving downtown strip with their usual signs. "Working together for harmony and peace," one read....