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  • Latin America Digest: Today's one-line news briefs

     
    Mexico City — NASA astronaut Jose Hernandez, the U.S.-born son of migrant farmworkers, Tuesday lobbied Mexico to start a space agency and invest more money in science, technology and education. Caracas, Venezuela — Opposition parties and Jewish...
  • Dodgers' off-season transactions of the '00s

     
    Below is a list of the months and dates of most of the Dodgers' newsworthy off-season acquisitions this decade. The reasons for the list: 1) To show that the off-season doesn't die with the end of the winter meetings. Some......
  • Homicide Report: 25 killings last week in Los Angeles County

     
    There were 25 killings last week in Los Angeles County -- the highest number in any week since December 2008, according to The Times' Homicide Report database. Despite the surge, killings countywide continue to decline compared with recent years. 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...
  • Local Astronaut To Tweet In Two Languages From Space

    Local Astronaut To Tweet In Two Languages From Space
    Twitter will be going out of this world when a Stockton man blasts off into space Tuesday morning. Jose Hernandez, a former migrant farm worker, will be "tweeting" in English and Spanish while aboard space shuttle discovery on mission STS-128. The...
  • Astronaut Jose Hernandez favors legalizing undocumented immigrants

    Astronaut Jose Hernandez favors legalizing undocumented immigrants
  • 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...
  • Workers Lower And Remove Crane That Hit NYC High-Rise

    Workers Lower And Remove Crane That Hit NYC High-Rise
    Mechanics and engineers on Sunday righted a crane that had been poised precariously after it tilted and hit a 25-story building near Wall Street the day before, showering debris to the ground, rerouting traffic and causing evacuations. There were no...