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  • NFL roundup: Vikings to start Cassel Week 1

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Vikings to start Cassel Week 1 Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer's announcement on Monday that Matt Cassel will start the season opener had been assumed by everybody for weeks and came as a surprise to no one. Even...
  • Author of school bond measure says it won't make 2014 ballot

    Author of school bond measure says it won't make 2014 ballot
    Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan (D-Alamo) said Tuesday that her proposal for a $4.3-billion school bond measure will not be on the November ballot, citing opposition from Gov. Jerry Brown. “We’ve come to the end of the road,” Buchanan said...
  • Report: Brent meets with Goodell

    The Sports Xchange Report: Brent meets with Goodell Defensive lineman Josh Brent's meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday went well, according to ESPNDallas.com. Brent met with Goodell to determine if he would be suspended stemming from...
  • NFL roundup: Dolphins' Jones, Giants' Herman suspended

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Dolphins' Jones, Giants' Herman suspended Miami Dolphins starting safety Reshad Jones was suspended without pay for the first four games of the regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing...
  • Jerry Brown kicks off trade mission in Mexico

    Jerry Brown kicks off trade mission in Mexico
    Gov. Jerry Brown, who begins his first full day of meetings here on Monday, wasted no time setting lofty goals for his trade mission to Mexico during a reception on Sunday night. Speaking in a hotel banquet room to scores of delegates who are...
  • How an innocent person can end up on death row

    To the editor: George Skelton is correct that California's death penalty system results in the state "senselessly pouring money down a rathole." However, his defense of the merits of capital punishment is misleading. ("Scrap California's dysfunctional...
  • Former Cowboys DT Brent released from jail

    Former Cowboys DT Brent released from jail
    Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was released from jail on Sunday, according to the Dallas County sheriff's office. Brent, 26, was convicted of intoxication manslaughter in January. In December 2012, Brent drunken car crash killed his...
  • Gov. Brown allows advisory ballot measure on Citizens United decision

    An advisory measure asking Congress to amend the U.S. Constitution and overturn the Citizens United court decision will go on the November ballot in California without Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature on the enabling legislation, Brown announced...
  • Tea party candidate in Calif. governor's race takes Hollywood

    Tea party candidate in Calif. governor's race takes Hollywood
    Candidates rarely appear at their campaign headquarters before the polls close, but tea party favorite Tim Donnelly has taken pride in bucking the establishment and its customs at every turn in his quixotic bid for governor of California.  He showed...
  • Neel Kashkari calls for unity but Tim Donnelly won't play along

    Neel Kashkari calls for unity but Tim Donnelly won't play along
    As he conceded in the primary race for governor of California on Tuesday night, Tim Donnelly urged his supporters to carry on their fight to defend liberty. But, foreshadowing a potentially deep and problematic rift for the California Republican Party...
  • Poor California primary turnout explained: Contented people stay home

    Poor California primary turnout explained: Contented people stay home
    The cause of California’s embarrassingly low voter turnout Tuesday can be easily summarized by a simple equation: Relative contentment + a sense of predestined outcome = little incentive to vote. Voters come in many shades and flavors. Some are...