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KTLA NewsRANCHO SANTA MARGARITA -- An Orange County man was convicted Monday of bludgeoning his wife of 39 years to death and then burning her dismembered body in a Ventura County campground. A jury found Richard Gustav Forsberg, 63, guilty of one felony count of...
Tags: Guiberson Fire (2009), Politics, Television, Health, KTLA
CNNTUCSON, Ariz. -- Nineteen months after she and 18 others were shot at a political event -- six of them fatally -- former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords returned home Sunday to her native southern Arizona, her husband said. Giffords has spent most of the time...
Tags: Politics, Justice System, Prosecution, Brain, Jared Lee Loughner
CNNPARIS -- French prosecutors have widened an investigation into former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn's alleged participation in a prostitution ring. Authorities said Monday that Lille police will open a preliminary inquiry...
May 10: Author - Daniel Seddiqui Talks About His Book, 50 Jobs in 50 States: One Man's Journey of Discovery Across AmericaWGN NewsDaniel Seddiqui To purchase a copy of the book: 50 Jobs in 50 States: One Man's Journey of Discovery Across America Like lots of college grads, Daniel Seddiqui was having a hard time finding a job. But despite more than forty rejections, he knew...
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Q: After news reports earlier this year, we’re wondering: Is it unhealthy or unsanitary to allow dogs or cats to share our beds? A: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that triggered concerns and news-media...
"If he popped up in the pinch he should of made a base hit and the reason he didn't was so-and-so. And if he cracked one for three bases he ought to had a home run, only the ball wasn't lively, or the wind brought it back, or he tripped on a lump o' dirt,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe White Mountains that straddle the California-Nevada border are known for their extreme environment. They get less than a foot of rain a year. The wind blows almost constantly, and the temperatures can dip to well below zero. Hard to imagine, then,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesReporting from Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia Griddle-hot deserts, time-forsaken ghost towns, prismatic canyons and endless ribbons of lonely highway: There's nothing quite like a road trip across the Southwest to get the gasoline pumping in an...
Tags: ABBA (music group), Travel, Namibia, Nevada, Gardens and Parks
Keep the spirit of summer alive. Here are options and opportunities for one last family getaway. 1. Float the Grand Canyon. The experienced river and sea outfitter O.A.R.S. has an additional departure before the Grand Canyon rafting season closes. Join...
Tags: Politics, Dining and Drinking, Elections, Facebook, Travel
Summer is a fine time for grandparents to get away with their loved ones. Here are five places the generations can gather. 1. Return to Africa. More than 30 years ago, Montanan Maxey Megrue and her now-late husband traveled to Tanzania. This year, she...
In September 1984, my boyfriend and I set off by car in a steady, cool rain for a long weekend in Spring Green, Wis. It was our first trip together. Was I anxious about how well my fledgling relationship with co-worker Howard Reich would withstand the...
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