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  • Ritter prototype for NU soccer player

     Ritter prototype for NU soccer player
    Senior Chris Ritter could stand as the archetype for a Northwestern soccer player. Ritter's New Trier High School teams won state titles his sophomore and senior years, yet college coaches were not clamoring for his services. "He was a good player,...
  • San Onofre nuclear plant closure not permanent, Edison says

     
    The extended closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant due to equipment issues has led some to speculate -- or hope -- that the plant will be shuttered for good, but the chief nuclear officer for plant operator Southern California......
  • Patriot League basketball RPI, news, notes

     
    News and notes from around the Patriot League: Lehigh's C.J. McCollum is averaging 25.7 points per game this season, good enough for third in the nation entering this week's play. Bucknell's Mike Muscala is 10th in the nation in rebounding......
  • State Sen. Wright fined for not reporting gift of foreign travel

     
    Sen. Roderick Wright agrees to pay fine for not reporting $13,000 travel gift...
  • Watchdog agency approves $49,000 fine against Prop. 8 campaign

     
    The state’s campaign watchdog agency gave final approval Thursday to $49,000 in fines against the campaign committee for Proposition 8, a 2008 ballot measure banning gay marriage in California....
  • San Onofre investigation is postponed

     
    As costs of the San Onofre nuclear plant outage continue to mount, the California Public Utilities Commission postponed a decision to open an investigation into the plant’s troubles and the potential impact on ratepayers. The commission had been...
  • Campaign finance rule enforcement stepped up in San Bernardino County

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill increasing enforcement of campaign laws in San Bernardino County...
  • Assembly Judiciary chairman warned over gift violation

     
    Assemblyman Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles), chairman of the Assembly Judiciary Committee, violated the state's gift rules when he accepted an expensive dinner and award from the group Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, according to California's ethics...
  • Japan to restart nuclear reactors despite widespread fear

     
    In a nation deeply scarred by nuclear disaster in both its military and civilian iterations, Japanese are deeply skeptical and resistant to government plans to take the first steps toward resuming nuclear energy production this weekend....
  • No progress at talks with Iran on nuclear inspections, IAEA says

     
    An agreement to allow international inspection of Iran's nuclear facilities failed to materialize during "disappointing" talks Friday between Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency reported from...
  • NRC to hold public meetings on troubled San Onofre nuclear plant

     
    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced the first of a series of public meetings on the issues that have shuttered the San Onofre nuclear plant for more than four months. The federal agency sent in a special inspection team in......