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  • Opportunity for all, favoritism to none

    Growing up, most Americans are taught to treat everyone fairly and recognize the importance of equality under the law. Despite political disagreements and the headache of elections and campaigns, we learn that a free society plays no favorites.
  • Equine therapy part of veterans' PTSD recovery at Lovell Center

    Equine therapy part of veterans' PTSD recovery at Lovell Center
    Afghanistan and Iraq Army veteran Tyrone Motley relaxed into the carriage seat, took the reins and so skillfully steered the horse around the ring that onlookers couldn’t believe it was his first time. “It was awesome,” said Motley,...

    Volunteers roll up their sleeves in battle against malaria

    SEATTLE On Wednesday, Dr. Rafael Hernandez will roll up his sleeve and offer his forearm to 200 ravenous, malaria-infected mosquitoes. If he's lucky and the Seattle scientists who cooked up the experiment are right Hernandez won't get sick. Nor should...

    Ex-Seventh-day Adventist pastor takes a yearlong timeout from God

    Ex-Seventh-day Adventist pastor takes a yearlong timeout from God
    "Uh, I'm not exactly sure about all this," Ryan Bell said as he scanned the scene inside a darkened Las Vegas convention hall. A stripper whirled her hips. A rock band pumped out a song about cannibalism. A man's shouting hung briefly over the packed...

    Around Town: Kids raise 65,149 pennies for drug prevention

    Around Town: Kids raise 65,149 pennies for drug prevention
    Students from 23 classes at Adams Elementary School in Costa Mesa raised $651.49 — in the form of 65,149 pennies — in a Pennies for Prevention drive to benefit Community Service Programs' Project PATH, which fights problems associated with...