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  • George Zimmerman reportedly arrested for domestic violence

    George Zimmerman reportedly arrested for domestic violence
    Florida authorities say George Zimmerman, whose acquittal of murdering an unarmed black teen sparked a national debate on race and self-defense laws, has been arrested on an aggravated assault charge. The Seminole County Sheriff's Office says the 31-...
  • Kids must learn to control their own screen time

     Kids must learn to control their own screen time
    Some say the devil's greatest trick was convincing the world he doesn't exist. I say it was convincing parents that computers can be educational. I learned this the hard way over Christmas when my wife and I, stumped about what to get our middle school-...
  • Cities' events celebrate Florida Arbor Day

    Arbor Day has been observed in Florida on the third Friday in January since 1945. Other states observe the day on different dates because of varying weather conditions. Arbor Day was created to encourage tree planting and care. J. Sterling Morton of...
  • Board considers school budget proposal

    Glastonbury Schools Superintendent Alan Bookman emphasized a need for more technology and more reassessment of enrollment, as he proposed a 3.78-percent spending plan increase for the 2015-16 budget year. That figure is the lowest increase in the past...
  • The doctor is in ... your mobile device

    The doctor is in ... your mobile device
    It was 11:45 a.m. and Dr. Christopher Bailey's laptop was chirping, indicating a patient was on the line. "Hi, this is Dr. Bailey. Can you hear me?" Yes, the female patient said, she could. She'd been violently coughing for days and was losing her...
  • Groveland library offers classes on iPad basics

    Groveland library offers classes on iPad basics
    Marion Baysinger Memorial Library, 756 W. Broad St. in Groveland, is offering free beginning to intermediate iPad classes from 6 to 7:30 p.m. every Thursday in January. Chase Stroud will be the instructor. Participants may bring their own iPad or...
  • CES 2015: Typo is back with redesigned iPhone keyboard

    CES 2015: Typo is back with redesigned iPhone keyboard
    The Typo detachable keyboard case -- you know, the one that looks like a BlackBerry and was thus sued by BlackBerry -- is back after a redesign. The Typo2 snaps onto your iPhone 5, 5s or 6 and gives Apple users the tactile feeling of pressing physical...
  • 2014 marked by explanatory, accountability journalism

    2014 marked by explanatory, accountability journalism
    Dear Readers, As we embark on a new year, I want to take a moment to thank you for reading and to look back at the highlights of 2014. Last year, the Los Angeles Times continued its tradition of delivering agenda-setting coverage of local, state,...
  • Sugar: We need to know how companies protect us from cyberattacks

    Sugar: We need to know how companies protect us from cyberattacks
    This past holiday season, I had a hard time choosing appropriate gifts for my family. Everything I looked at seemed to be tied to the Internet — a Kindle, a smartphone, an iPad, a Netflix subscription, a new home monitoring service, a new garage...
  • Lake Forest shoppers find local holiday gifts

    Lake Forest shoppers find local holiday gifts
    Lake Forest merchants continually promote the theme of shopping local — and it seems to be working for many in the days before Christmas. Shopkeepers on Market Square and elsewhere downtown are pleased with what they describe as brisk sales this...
  • Paul Revere's time capsule had a newspaper in it; would a time capsule today have a paper?

    Paul Revere's time capsule had a newspaper in it; would a time capsule today have a paper?
    It’s telling that Paul Revere and Samuel Adams’ 1795 time capsule, stumbled upon last month and opened Tuesday night in Boston, contained five newspapers. If we buried a time capsule in Los Angeles today, sure, we would probably put a copy...