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  • Drinking water crisis: A California town fights back

     
    More than a million Californians live in places where tap water isn't reliably safe to drink, and about a third of them are in small, mostly Latino towns such as Seville in the San Joaquin Valley. Many residents of those......
  • Chilly conditions begin Thanksgiving Day

     
    Thanksgiving Day in Southern California began with a chill. According to the National Weather Service, many high desert, mountain and even some inland valley spots recorded temperatures below freezing Thursday. It was slightly warmer in the L.A. Basin....
  • California's freezing temperatures prompt health, agriculture worries

     
    Freezing temperatures forecast for Southern California over the next few days have prompted officials to remind residents about cold-weather shelters and have farmers worried about the health of crops. The National Weather Service warned of freezing...
  • Dream Act: Should illegal-immigrant college students have path to citizenship?

     
    As Congress is set to vote on a key immigration-reform issue, some college students are talking openly about their immigration status. As Times correspondent Diana Marcum reports, the public discussion about immigration status comes as Congress is...
  • First leg of California high-speed rail project chosen, critics call it a 'train to nowhere'

     
    Citing a need for jobs and fast-approaching federal deadlines for funding, the California High-Speed Rail Authority board on Thursday unanimously approved construction of the first leg of the project -- a 65-mile section in the Central Valley that would...
  • Marine from Camp Pendleton killed in combat in Afghanistan

     
    A Marine from Camp Pendleton has been killed in combat in Afghanistan's Helmand province, long a Taliban stronghold, the Department of Defense announced Saturday. Sgt. Matthew T. Abbate, 26, of Honolulu was killed Thursday. Abbate was assigned to the 3rd....
  • California's metro areas lead the nation in unemployment

     
    Many of the metropolitan areas with the highest unemployment rates in the country are in California, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Tuesday morning. Among the 10 metro areas with jobless rates of at least......
  • Boys' basketball: Wednesday scores

     
    NONLEAGUE Aliso Niguel 62, Whittier 45 Buena Park 54, Anaheim 41 Campbell Hall 106, Cathedral 64 Capistrano Valley 72, Yorba Linda 43 Chaparral 63, Lakeside 44 Chino Hills 66, Valley View 56 Colton 47, Rim of the World 45 Dana......
  • Boys' basketball: Thursday scores

     
    AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 59, Arrowhead Christian 28 Loma Linda Academy 55, Ontario Christian 48 Woodcrest Christian 56, Calvary Murrieta 41 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE California Lutheran 60, CSDR 35 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Roosevelt 69, Corona Santiago 59 Riverside...
  • King Cotton booms in California. But what about the water issue?

     
    Rising commodity prices have kicked off a cotton boom in central California. And though California's current production numbers are a pittance compared with the 1990s, when more than 1 million acres of cotton flourished, farmers are ramping up --...
  • Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, California, releases its 2011 workshop schedule

     
    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, California, has posted its 2011 workshop schedule on its website. The first clinic is a duck hunt on Jan. 15 in Williams. Limited to 10 participants, the California nonprofit's president, Susan Herrgesell, recommends that those...