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  • Racists take over Internet after new Miss America crowned

    Racists take over Internet after new Miss America crowned
    The second the new Miss America was announced, the Internet did what it sadly does best -- let the racists out of the woodwork. The new Miss America is Nina Davuluri, a 24-year-old Indian-American who is the first Miss America of Indian descent. Her...
  • Football: St. John Bosco's 16-0 team to receive national trophy

     St. John Bosco will be holding a ceremony in its gym on Monday at 11:20 a.m. to honor its 16-0 football team, which will receive the Army National Guard national ranking trophy for being the No. 1-ranked team in the nation from MaxPreps.com. Eric....
  • Deputy who fatally shot teen holding fake rifle is a firearms expert

    Deputy who fatally shot teen holding fake rifle is a firearms expert
    A Sonoma County sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a boy holding a pellet gun is a firearms expert, Iraq War veteran and contributor to online forums dealing with guns and police use of force, officials said Monday. The Sheriff's Office confirmed...
  • Gay couples in military having trouble getting leave to get married

    Gay couples in military having trouble getting leave to get married
    WASHINGTON — Gays and lesbians in the military are running into widespread obstacles as they seek to take advantage of a new Obama administration policy designed to make it easier for same-sex couples in the armed services to get married. The...
  • Navy investigating a cheating scandal of its own

    Navy investigating a cheating scandal of its own
    WASHINGTON — The Navy said Tuesday that instructors responsible for training sailors to operate nuclear reactors that power submarines and aircraft carriers may have cheated on qualification tests, the latest in a series of ethical and criminal...
  • Lieu Senate seat draws crowd of interested politicians

    Lieu Senate seat draws crowd of interested politicians
    SACRAMENTO -- State Sen. Ted Lieu’s announcement that he is running for an open congressional seat has sparked interest in his Senate seat from a crowd of possible contenders, including Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi and former Assemblywoman Betsy...
  • Assemblyman Muratsuchi to seek reelection, not Senate seat

    SACRAMENTO — Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance) said Thursday he will run for reelection rather than join a crowded field of contenders for a state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Ted Lieu. Lieu’s decision to run for Congress has...
  • 2 skiers rescued after Oregon avalanche; 2 bodies still on mountain

    Two skiers injured in an avalanche in the Oregon backcountry were in "satisfactory" condition with broken bones after about 50 rescuers labored for 16 hours to save them, authorities said Thursday. Rescuers had to leave the bodies of two other skiers on...
  • 'Distasteful' Instagram shots get Wisconsin guardswoman suspended

    A Wisconsin Army National Guard member who posted "controversial and distasteful photos" on Instagram about her job serving at military funerals has been suspended, the agency said Tuesday. Spc. Terry Harrison posted a selfie with the caption, "It's...
  • Larry T. Karnes, state trooper

    Larry T. Karnes, state trooper
    Larry Terrell Karnes, a retired Maryland state trooper, died of cancer Nov. 25 at his Seaford, Del., home. The former Glen Burnie resident was 64. Born in Princeton, W.Va., he was the son of Houston Karnes Sr. and Geraldine Mitchell Karnes. He served...
  • Baltimore team eyes winning streak at Crab Bowl

    Baltimore team eyes winning streak at Crab Bowl
    In the first five years of the Maryland Crab Bowl senior all-star game, the Baltimore-area team has failed to win consecutive games. This year's squad will have a chance start a winning streak after last year's beat the Washington, D.C.-area seniors 28-...