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  • County supervisor candidate kicks off campaign

    County supervisor candidate kicks off campaign
    An El Monte city councilman running for an open county supervisor's seat in the eastern part of the county said he would officially kick off off his campaign Saturday at his campaign office in El Monte, with other local officials and former U.S. Treasurer...
  • Garcetti makes new pitch for L.A. River plan

    Garcetti makes new pitch for L.A. River plan
    Faced with losing an ambitious $1-billion plan to revamp the Los Angeles River, Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday raised the stakes by offering to split the cost with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The corps, which manages the river as a flood control...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Veteran Business Owner Celebrates 5 Years of EMPOWERing Adventures

    In April of 2009, former Army Captain and Ranger, Joe DeRing began an unexpected journy into the world of outdoor adventure by founding EMPOWER Leadership Sports & Adventure Center; a business built around the idea of developing leaders. Joe, a graduate...
  • Former Hawk sweet-shooting Lou Hudson dies at 69

    NEW YORK Lou Hudson always will have a place in Hawks' lore. Known as "Sweet Lou," he is one of three Hawks to have his number retired, part of a long list of accomplishments while playing for the organization. He even scored the first basket for the...
  • Our Army's uncivil war

    After battling Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, al-Qaida, the Taliban, forest fires, hurricanes and floods, America's Army is now fighting itself. This battle of brothers, however, is over how to downsize in the face of cuts imposed by the Obama...
  • Cynthia M. Allen: Honoring sacrifice, supporting military families

    Anna Karcher knows something about sacrifice. That may not be immediately obvious on meeting the spirited Texas Christian University freshman, whose easy smile exudes a confidence beyond her youth. But when she traverses TCU's manicured lawns each...
  • Allentown third-grader has roles in three movies

    Despite being just 9 years old, an Allentown boy has his movie career off to a good start. Oakes Fegley is one of the stars of "Fort Bliss," which premieres this month at the 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival. With two other movies coming out this year...
  • Large numbers of veterans with PTSD live near military bases

    WASHINGTON The Army specialist who killed three soldiers at Fort Hood last week isn't the only person from the neighborhoods that surround the massive military base near Killeen, Texas, who's been evaluated for or diagnosed with mental illness. Data...
  • Tavares hosts eighth annual Planes, Trains and BBQ event

    Tavares hosts eighth annual Planes, Trains and BBQ event
    TAVARES — Thrills, chills and drippy ribs – it's that time of year. Planes, Trains and BBQ returns to Wooton Park for its eighth year Saturday, bringing heart-stopping plane acrobatics, scary steam-engine trips with train robbers and a...
  • At Ft. Hood, Obama mourns shooting rampage victims

    FT. HOOD, Texas — For the second time in five years, President Obama came to this sprawling Army post to console a community all too familiar with death, to offer a nation's condolences and to remind soldiers and their families of the healing...
  • Mine expansion in PB could kill rare snakes

    Mine expansion in PB could kill rare snakes
    The expansion of a rock mine in southwestern Palm Beach County could kill up to a dozen federally protected eastern indigo snakes, the longest native snake in North America, according to a wildlife agency report. The Star Ranch is seeking permission...