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  • Mexico City's new subway line alters transit map

     
    A new subway line inaugurated by the mayor and Mexico's president. opened to the public Tuesday in what leaders called the most significant and complex public-works project in recent Mexican history. The new Line 12, or Gold Line, cost about $1.8...
  • Shuttle steers closer to space station for hookup

    Shuttle steers closer to space station for hookup
    Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts steered closer to the international space station for a Sunday linkup, while checking their ship for any signs of launch damage. The routine survey began early Saturday evening and lasted until the wee hours of...
  • Astronaut Jose Hernandez favors legalizing undocumented immigrants

    Astronaut Jose Hernandez favors legalizing undocumented immigrants
  • Burbank wins, and must wait

    BURBANK HIGH — There was still a glimmer of hope alive for the Burbank High boys' basketball team. If the Bulldogs could defeat cross-town rival Burroughs in a game Thursday, Burbank would have a shot at gaining the final playoff spot from the...
  • Sports briefs

    Girls' volleyball camp offered Female players wishing to improve their volleyball skills can do so at the fifth annual Volleyball Players Camp. The camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 12-16 and July 19-23 at Bellarmine-Jefferson High. The...
  • Fair keeping the beat

    Fair keeping the beat
    It seems that every big name in pop and rock music is back on the road these days, despite the soft economy. Venues around the Southland are opening their doors to Boomer and Gen X fans who haven't worn side ponytails since the '80s or flannels since...
  • To a slightly different beat

    COSTA MESA — The monthlong Orange County Fair promises a smorgasbord of events, music, fried food and amusements when it opens Friday with a theme appropriate for a trying 2010: The Beat Goes On. Though the event is built around the familiar and...
  • Kirkland KOs Berrio

    Kirkland KOs Berrio
    COSTA MESA — Outside of the ring, one undefeated boxer stood in the background. Another fought to stay perfect inside of it. How James Kirkland and Luis Ramos returned for their next respective fights is far different. The two highlighted a...
  • Traffic stop nets 60 pounds of marijuana

    Traffic stop nets 60 pounds of marijuana
    A traffic stop in North Aurora uncovered 60 pounds of high-grade marijuana on its way from the West Coast to the Chicago area, Kane County authorities said today. The driver of the Chevrolet Impala had failed Friday morning to signal for a lane change...
  • 'Dogs able to win rivalry

    BURROUGHS HIGH — The first quarter certainly wasn't a thing of beauty. The second and third quarters were competitive. The fourth quarter was dominant. Friday night, the Burroughs High boys' basketball team welcomed rival Burbank. Burbank took...
  • Burbank surge not enough

    BURBANK HIGH — Through the first three quarters, it wasn't much of a game. But in the fourth quarter, that all changed. The Burbank High boys' basketball team found itself trying to climb up the rough side of a mountain Monday night against...