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  • Clarence Irwin Haydock

    Clarence Irwin Haydock, Ph.D., California ecologist, passed away peacefully the evening of July 30, 2011 in Fountain Valley, CA having been born April 15, 1938 in Bakersfield, CA.  As a boy, growing up in northern CA he sculled a duck boat on San...
  • Woman leaves millions in cat's name to vet school

    Woman leaves millions in cat's name to vet school
    A Florida woman was so inspired by the care her beloved kitty got at a California vet school that she left the institution $7.6 million in her cat's name. According to the Sacramento Bee, years ago Maxine Adler brought her kitty, Du Bee, to the...
  • Parents who know of preemies' pain more confident

    Parents who know of preemies' pain more confident
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Parents who are taught to recognize and respond to signs of pain in their prematurely born babies are more confident in caring for their children once they leave the hospital, a new study shows. Parents' stress levels,...
  • Are farm subsidies making Americans fat?

    Are farm subsidies making Americans fat?
    At a time when the nation is struggling to reel in its fiscal and physical waistlines, cutting programs that may bloat both seems like a good idea. As a result, farm subsidies — payments the federal government gives to American farmers when their...
  • 'Eaters' Jock in fast lane

    'Eaters' Jock in fast lane
    UC Irvine's Charles Jock begins his competition at the International Assn. of Athletics Federations World Track & Field Championships Friday night in Daegu, South Korea. The two-time All-American competes in the first round of the 800 meters Friday at 8:...
  • Cancer patients like Jobs face risks from treatment

    Cancer patients like Jobs face risks from treatment
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Patients with the rare form of cancer suffered by Apple Inc's Steve Jobs face a tougher battle if the disease recurs, because of the methods used in fighting it. Jobs said on Wednesday that he could no longer be chief executive...
  • Gov. Brown appointed jobs advisor to bullet train board

    Gov. Brown appointed jobs advisor to bullet train board
    Gov. Jerry Brown appointed an advisor, Michael Rossi, to the board of the California High-Speed Rail Authority on Wednesday. Rossi is Brown’s senior advisor for jobs and business development and had a long banking and finance career prior to joining...
  • Jury selection begins in 'Irvine 11' case

    SANTA ANA — Jury selection began Monday in the case against 10 students charged with misdemeanors for allegedly taking part in a protest against Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren at UC Irvine last year. Prospective jurors were asked a variety of...
  • Briefs: Day 12th

    Costa Mesa High product Sharon Day is in 12th place after four events on the first day of competition in the heptathlon at the IAAF Track and Field World Championships on Monday in Daegu, South Korea. The former Olympian will take 3,700 points into the...
  • Appeals court justice dies at 73

    Appeals court justice dies at 73
    David Sills, the former presiding justice of the 4th District Court of Appeal in Santa Ana who also served as mayor of Irvine, has died. Sills succumbed to cancer last week. He was 73. "Presiding Justice Sills led a remarkable life," Chief Justice...
  • Time and healing

    Time and healing
    A lawyer who took a 70 percent pay cut to move across the country and coach gymnastics. A publishing executive inspired by his oldest daughter to become an ordained pastor and adopt. A naval commander who wrote eloquently about the price of freedom...