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  • Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Outlaw Prophet' and more

    Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Outlaw Prophet' and more
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 29 - July 5, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Buying Naked Nudists look to buy property...
  • Costa Mesa hires IT director

    Costa Mesa officials have hired a U.S. Air Force veteran with more than 20 years of information technology experience. Information Technology Director Steve Ely was first brought to City Hall on an interim basis in November. His position was made...
  • Gulay U. Lannon, homemaker

    Gulay U. Lannon, homemaker
    Gulay U. Lannon, a homemaker who enjoyed playing the piano and singing, died June 7 of cancer at her daughter's Rodgers Forge home. She was 75. The former Gulay Ulular was born and raised in Samsun, Turkey, where she graduated from a French-American high...
  • Ocean City air show hits high notes

    Ocean City air show hits high notes
    The 7th annual OC Air Show finished its first day to the applause and cheering of the thousands who showed up to watch the aerial acrobatics up close. They were not disappointed. The air show is a weekend long celebration of aeronautic precision and...
  • Found: Bodies of 17 military members lost in 1952 crash

    Found: Bodies of 17 military members lost in 1952 crash
    The bodies of 17 service members lost in a plane crash in Alaska more than 60 years ago have been recovered and identified, the Defense Department announced. Fifty-two people -- all members of the military -- were on board the Douglas C-124...
  • Man slain on West Side had been suspect in wounding of 2 cops

    Man slain on West Side had been suspect in wounding of 2 cops
    Daniel Jones couldn't pull away from the gang life, even after a rough scrape with the law nearly three years ago when he was arrested for the shooting of two Chicago police officers but then let go. "At the end of the day, he was a grown man," the 30-...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, June 8 Concert Organist Adam Scott Graham will perform the works of Franck, Bach, Langlais and others at 4 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1101 Bay Ridge Ave. in Eastport. Donations accepted. Information: 410-269-5419 or stlukeseastport.org....
  • Archbishop Spalding announces new boys soccer, boys volleyball coaches

    Archbishop Spalding announces new boys soccer, boys volleyball coaches
    Archbishop Spalding athletic director Jeff Parsons announced the appointments of Joachim Walker as the school's new varsity boys soccer coach and Tuan Nguyen as its new varsity boys volleyball coach. Walker, who played soccer at George Washington, spent...
  • Wilcox and others serve critical role as Maryland retired judges

    Judge Robert C. Wilcox of Davidsonville retired in 2010, but after two months vacationing in Florida, he traded back the beach for the bench. "I love the law, and I like what I do," said Wilcox, 70, a retired judge of the Maryland District Court in...
  • B-17 Flying Fortresses from Langley Field made milestone flight in 1938

    B-17 Flying Fortresses from Langley Field made milestone flight in 1938
    The B-17 Flying Fortress was still a few years away from becoming an iconic workhorse of American air power in World War II  when a flight of six planes took off from Langley Field on Feb. 16, 1938 for what would be a milestone intercontinental mission....
  • Goal met for Williamsburg writer

    William Pearson's newly published book "The Icarus Parallel," is more than just a tale of international intrigue. The story runs much deeper, representing an accomplishment that had a genesis in the 1960s when Pearson was living in Crete. His...