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  • Office space near LAX is cheaper than it is in Detroit

    Office space near LAX is cheaper than it is in Detroit
    The views from office towers near Los Angeles International Airport can be great. Tenants watch planes coming and going or check out the city skyline and the Pacific Ocean. They just don’t have much company. The LAX market has been softer than a...
  • Water shortage divides Californians on solutions and blame

    Water shortage divides Californians on solutions and blame
    The vast majority of Californians believe, unsurprisingly, that the state is in the throes of a serious water crisis. But many disagree about what can be done about it. About 54% of Golden State voters believe farmers could cut down on their water...
  • California saves salmon from drought via trucks

    California saves salmon from drought via trucks
    California started giving a ride to millions of young Chinook salmon this week after the state’s record-breaking drought left rivers too dry for them to migrate on their own. Over the next two months, state and federal officials plan to truck up...
  • They're out: Dodgers are dismissed from bankruptcy court

    The greatest stain on the history of a proud franchise was officially dissolved Monday, when U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross signed a final decree ending the Dodgers' time in his court. The bankruptcy cases of the Dodgers and related entities "are...
  • U.S. Navy to test laser weapon aboard ship in Persian Gulf

    The Navy plans to install a laser weapon prototype on a ship this summer for at-sea testing in the Persian Gulf. The technology, called the Laser Weapon System, will be the first of its kind to be deployed, the Navy said. The idea is that the laser...
  • With a $134 Million Facelift, Santa Barbara's El Encanto Hotel Is Ready For Its Closeup

    It would be hard to encounter a frequent visitor to Santa Barbara, if not one of the city's inhabitants, who hasn't visited the El Encanto Hotel. Perched high in the hills, with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean that's breathtaking, its siren song has...
  • International Surfing Museum founder dies

    International Surfing Museum founder dies
    Natalie Kotsch, who founded the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum but never rode a wave, has died. Kotsch succumbed Thursday to a decade-long battle with cancer. She was 76. Though she never surfed herself, she deeply loved the sport and...
  • Volcanoes slowed global warming, report says; it won't last

    Volcanoes slowed global warming, report says; it won't last
    An unusual swarm of volcanic eruptions over the last 14 years may be partially responsible for the slowing of global warming, a new report suggests. The 17 eruptions from 1998-2012 pumped sulfur dioxide into Earth’s upper atmosphere, where it...
  • Putting instant gratification on pause

    Putting instant gratification on pause
    Though they live in the digital age of instant gratification where quicker is better, students from Sowers and Dwyer middle schools took two hours out of their day last week to slow things down. Instead of having their eyes fixed on a smartphone, tablet...
  • ‘Godzilla’ trailer teases horrific kaiju, spotlights Bryan Cranston

     
    A new trailer for “Godzilla” is out, teasing horror, destruction and, finally, a first glimpse at the King of All […]...
  • From the Boathouse: Rainy-weather reporting leaves many high and dry

    Ahoy! Our first storm of the year has arrived, and the TV weather reporters finally have something to report. What do the weather reporters do the other times of the year? I am sure their adenine levels must be high as they wait for the problems...