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  • Gogo reports 2Q loss on international expansion costs

    Gogo reports 2Q loss on international expansion costs
    Internet company Gogo Inc. on Monday reported a second-quarter loss in part due to increased fees and regulatory approval costs from expanding its service internationally. It also said it expects to hit the low end of its adjusted income for the full...
  • BLM, local law enforcement tensions near breaking point in the West

    BLM, local law enforcement tensions near breaking point in the West
    James Perkins sees the federal Bureau of Land Management more as a belligerent occupying army than a government agency serving U.S. citizens, including those like him in south-central Utah. Perkins is the sheriff of Garfield County, a rural bastion...
  • Malloy, Blumenthal Blast CL&P Proposal To Raise Rates

    Malloy, Blumenthal Blast CL&P Proposal To Raise Rates
    HARTFORD — Maggie McKenzie II makes it day-to-day on a tight, fixed income. She struggles with her health and recently cut back on her television service to meet her budget. She waits in line to pick up food from a nearby Baptist church....
  • Group files petition to close California's last nuclear plant

    An environmental group filed a petition Tuesday seeking to shut down California's last remaining nuclear power plant until regulators have taken a more extensive look at its ability to withstand an earthquake. The filing by Friends of the Earth came a...
  • Former inspector urges nuclear regulators to close California plant

    A former federal inspector has urged regulators to shut down California's last nuclear power plant until it can be determined whether the facility can stand up to an earthquake off the Central Coast. Michael Peck, the former senior resident inspector at...
  • PG&E, our indifferent regulators, and the 8 dead of San Bruno

    PG&E, our indifferent regulators, and the 8 dead of San Bruno
    If you're curious about how Pacific Gas & Electric managed to flout gas line safety rules for years, and why there's reason to doubt that the California Public Utilities Commission will hold the company fully responsible for the explosion that destroyed a...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college roundup: ODU gains third win before being ousted at C-USA baseball tourney

    Baseball: Old Dominion's NCAA tournament hopes are very much alive. William and Mary's probably are dead. The Monarchs (36-24) are out of the Conference USA tournament, but by winning three games in five tries, they might have done enough to gain an...
  • ODU baseball puts finishing touches on successful regular season

    ODU baseball puts finishing touches on successful regular season
    NORFOLK — Chris Finwood views Old Dominion’s baseball season as confirming his suspicions rather than proving anyone wrong. The Monarchs were picked to finish 10th in their first season in Conference USA, but presently sit fourth with their...
  • W&M baseball earns No. 1 seed, aims for CAA tournament title

    W&M baseball earns No. 1 seed, aims for CAA tournament title
    WILLIAMSBURG — Though Nick Thompson is a relative newcomer to William and Mary baseball, he is plenty familiar with the school. He grew up in Chesapeake. Both parents earned undergraduate and law school degrees from W&M. An aunt and uncle...
  • College Baseball: Titans sweep 'Eaters

    When it was over, all there was to do for the UC Irvine baseball team was to look ahead. Doing just that, however, may have helped cost the Anteaters a shot at salvaging the final game of their Big West Conference series with Cal State Fullerton on...
  • After one-year absence, Johns Hopkins returns to NCAA men's lacrosse tournament

    After one-year absence, Johns Hopkins returns to NCAA men's lacrosse tournament
    Unlike a year ago, when the Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team was left out of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1971, nerves were not an issue when this year's 18-team field was unveiled Sunday night. “We had one year away from...