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  • Immigration and the drought: How many newcomers can California tolerate?

    Immigration and the drought: How many newcomers can California tolerate?
    To the editor: Apparently Stanford academic Victor Davis Hanson and his fellow travelers at Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) have stumbled onto the root cause of our drought: foreign-born immigrants. How foolish of the rest of us to think it was a lack of rain and snow. ("Group says California immigration policies contributed to drought," May 24)
  • Gas prices rising, but relief is on the way

    Gas prices rising, but relief is on the way
    Gasoline prices are still inching up, but that could change soon. On Tuesday, the price of regular gas in Broward County averaged $2.76 per gallon, up 4 cents from a week earlier and up 11 cents from a month ago, according to travel club AAA. Still,...

    Police rescue 7 from capsized motorboat

    Police rescue 7 from capsized motorboat
    Seven people out fishing on Memorial Day were rescued after their motorboat capsized on Whitehall Bay near Annapolis, police said. Officers aboard a Natural Resources Police patrol boat returning from a wreath laying ceremony at City Dock spotted people...

    Seismic testing, family doctors and trains: Letters

    Seismic testing, family doctors and trains: Letters
    Allow seismic testing The senior senator from Florida, Bill Nelson, has adopted what he must consider to be a no-lose political posture, opposing the Obama administration's consideration of seismic testing in the Atlantic Ocean for measuring whatever...

    Coast Guard, Natural Resources increase enforcement at start of summer boating season

    Coast Guard, Natural Resources increase enforcement at start of summer boating season
    When the officers stopped the 20-foot teal and white Sea Ray power boat careening through Curtis Creek to check for life vests and other safety equipment, they noticed the operator smelled of alcohol and had a can of Natural Ice beer in the drink holder....