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  • On the Daily Press Bookshelf

    On the Daily Press Bookshelf
    Here’s a look at the titles that have recently come into the Daily Press newsroom. Check it out. Maybe you’ll be intrigued by a new local author or a genre you haven’t before read. Fiction/Poetry “Seasons of Sharing” by...
  • Dr. Gail V. Anderson dies at 88; pioneer in emergency medicine field

    Dr. Gail V. Anderson dies at 88; pioneer in emergency medicine field
    Emergency rooms weren't always staffed by specialists — doctors well-versed in making life-or-death decisions when a patient arrives at the hospital in cardiac arrest, bleeding from a gunshot wound, or suffering from a drug overdose. That all...
  • California: Ancient petroglyphs are stars of Ridgecrest fest, tours

    California: Ancient petroglyphs are stars of Ridgecrest fest, tours
    Thousands of years ago, the Coso Shoshone people left their mark in the Mojave Desert in the form of stick figures and animals carved into rock faces. In November, the Ridgecrest Petroglyph and Heritage Festival and rock art tours in Ridgecrest, Calif.,...
  • Christopher LaMorteOctober 5, 1937 - September 7, 2014

    Christopher LaMorte<br/>October 5, 1937 - September 7, 2014
    Christopher LaMorte, 76, of La Crescenta, California, passed away peacefully on Sunday September 7th, 2014.  Son of Mary & Tony LaMorte, brother to Tony & FRIEND TO ALL, he was born in Altoona, PA in 1937, and attended Glendale High School & Glendale...
  • No court-martial for nurse who refused to give forced-feeding at Guantanamo

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba A Navy commander has chosen not to court-martial a nurse who refused to conduct forced feedings of hunger strikers this summer and has instead asked a board to determine whether the nurse should be allowed to stay in the U....
  • Larry Storch aims to leave 'em laughing one last time on L.A. stage

    Larry Storch kept his classmates at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx in stitches with his impressions of such famed actors as Claude Rains and Basil Rathbone and "The Wizard of Oz" himself, Frank Morgan. "That's why I never graduated," he quipped...
  • After giving up run in top of 9th, Orioles rally for 3-2 win over New York Yankees

    After giving up run in top of 9th, Orioles rally for 3-2 win over New York Yankees
    In front of a packed house and a national television audience, Sunday evening at Camden Yards was supposed to belong to Derek Jeter and Francis Scott Key, perhaps in that order. But infielder Kelly Johnson, an Oriole for roughly two weeks, ignited his...
  • Newcomer Kelly Johnson fits Orioles' 'next man up' mentality perfectly

    Newcomer Kelly Johnson fits Orioles' 'next man up' mentality perfectly
    Kelly Johnson has worn an Orioles uniform for just two weeks, but he already owns his own little part of Oriole Magic. Derek Jeter, who was Johnson's teammate for most of this season with the New York Yankees, was the main attraction this weekend in his...
  • Before final game at Camden Yards, Yankees' Derek Jeter shares memories

    Before final game at Camden Yards, Yankees' Derek Jeter shares memories
    New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter said his final visit to Camden Yards this week brought back memories of his first full season in pinstripes. That year, he played against the Orioles in the American League Championship Series and he was in awe of...
  • Navy pilot from Lake Arrowhead presumed dead in jet crash

    A Navy fighter pilot presumed dead after two jets crashed Friday over the Pacific Ocean was identified Sunday as Lt. Nathan Poloski of Lake Arrowhead. Poloski, 26, was involved in the apparent collision of two F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets from the...
  • San Diegans build replica sailing ship in honor of first explorer

    San Diegans build replica sailing ship in honor of first explorer
    John Popp, a retired physics teacher, is making sure the cannons on the 16th century Spanish galleon under construction here are functional and historically precise. Each cannon is more than 9 feet long and weighs more than 1,000 pounds. Each must be...