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  • Riley Fox murder probe became 'unguided missile'

    A scathing report released today called the botched Riley Fox murder investigation an “unguided missile,” detailing major mistakes and recommending sweeping changes in the Will County Sheriff’s Office. Meetings among investigators...
  • Forum brought Frutos to the front

    Kudos to the League of Women Voters Glendale/Burbank for hosting an excellent candidates forum that actually dealt with many of the issues Burbank residents are concerned with ("Council hopefuls plead their case," Jan. 22). If you didn't get a chance to...
  • Paul Wheeler's exit at Lafayette prompts questions that can't be answered

    Paul Wheeler's exit at Lafayette prompts questions that can't be answered
    Judging the fairness of Paul Wheeler's exit as Lafayette High's football coach is impossible. But judging Williamsburg-James City County Schools is not. Administrators and/or their lawyers are dodging, an understandable but frustrating stance to nosy...
  • In Theory: Free speech or abuse?

    In the wake of the Jan. 8 shootings in Tucson, the Arizona state legislature has passed emergency legislation to prevent the Westboro Baptist Church from picketing victims' funerals, including that of 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green. The church's...
  • N.Y. union seeks to curb teacher data

    The New York City teachers union argued Wednesday before the state Supreme Court that the nation's largest school district should not follow through with its plan to disclose evaluation information about some 12,000 teachers by name, saying it could do...
  • Friday Files: From Tallahassee pensions to Ethiopian health care

    Friday Files: From Tallahassee pensions to Ethiopian health care
    In today's edition of the Friday Files, we're looking at everything from pension reform in Tallahassee to health care in Ethiopia. Let's start with the pensions and salaries, where Gov. Rick Scott wants to shake things up. Some of that is sorely needed....
  • Packers ties and office politics

    Packers ties and office politics
    Here in America we all have freedom of speech, even Packers fans. But, as the controversy surrounding John C. Stone -- the Chicago-area car salesman who was fired for wearing a Green Bay tie -- so abundantly illustrates, flaunting your personal...
  • WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

    WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
    (CNN) -- A Norwegian politician said he has nominated WikiLeaks for a Nobel Peace Prize, citing the website's contribution to "democracy and freedom of speech" worldwide. Nominations for the Peace Prize closed on Tuesday. Any lawmaker, academic or...
  • Taxpayers dishing out $1.4 million a year for little-used courthouse

    Taxpayers dishing out $1.4 million a year for little-used courthouse
    Taxpayers are dishing out $1.41 million a year to rent a new state-of-the-art federal courthouse in downtown Newport News that has no resident judges and sits nearly empty almost two-thirds of the time. And the new courthouse -- which the government...
  • Voting is more than the call of duty

    This was my first year as a poll worker in Glendale. I recommend it for anyone who questions whether our democratic system is working. First, a number of parents brought in their teen children to vote for the first time. In one case, a young lady,...
  • Mailbag: Police and politics in Costa Mesa

    The recent murder of Riverside Police Officer Ryan Bonaminio brings into sharp focus the dangers law enforcement officers deal with each and every day on the job as they protect and serve our communities. I won't begin to try to make sense of Officer...