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  • 'Never seen' but well-documented Ansel Adams photographs on display in Palos Verdes

     
    After last year's controversy over Rick Norsigian's hotly disputed claim that he had unearthed a trove of “lost” 1920s negatives of Yosemite and coastal California by Ansel Adams, the photography world might be expected to greet any further...
  • Cross country: Arcadia's Ammar Moussa is Gatorade runner of the year

     
    Ammar Moussa, who won his second consecutive Division I state championship this season, was named the Gatorade boys' cross country runner of the year in California. Moussa, a senior, ran the 5K course at Woodwood Park in Fresno in 14:43,......
  • Cal State set to increase fees by 10% for education doctorate

     
    California State University on Tuesday moved to increase tuition this fall for hundreds of students seeking doctoral degrees in education. A finance committee of the Cal State Board of Trustees approved a tuition increase of 10%, or $954, which would........
  • Reporter Eric Rasmussen is leaving WFTV

     
    Reporter Eric Rasmussen is leaving WFTV-Channel 9 in March for a TV job in San Francisco. "My time at WFTV has been the best experience of my career," Rasmussen said in an e-mail today....
  • Controller reveals thousands of California salaries

     
    Following up on the hullaballoo in the city of Bell, where a Los Angeles Times investigation found council members and administrators receiving six-figure salaries for part-time work, State Controller John Chiang has scurried to unveil salaries of state...
  • Kit foxes thriving on people food in California

     
    In Central Florida, we have black bears who are rummaging in neighborhoods for snacks as their wilder habitats keep shrinking. In central California, smaller wild denizens are eating off the fat of the land in human territory. Mark Grossi of The Fresno...
  • Lafayette QBs and other signing-day tidbits

     
    “You’re only as good as the competition you have at every position, and the competition just picked up at that one,” Lafayette football coach Frank Tavani told the media the other day while announcing the Leopards’ recruiting class...
  • All aboard: California high-speed rail planners prepare to put out billions in contracts

     
    California’s high-speed rail planners on Wednesday cracked open the flood gates for bidders expected to rush in after billions of dollars in construction work projected to start next year....
  • GlassPoint Solar uses the sun's heat to extract oil

     
    The solar industry is usually on the oil industry’s case -- sniping about dirty energy and whatnot -- but the two sides came together Thursday in an unlikely alliance. Fremont-based company GlassPoint Solar unveiled a demonstration facility that...
  • Basketball: Thursday's regional scores (NorCal andSoCal)

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL BOYS Second round, Thursday Division I Long Beach Poly 66, Etiwanda 63 Mater Dei 72, Loyola 70 Taft 65, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon 43 Corona Centennial 68, Westchester 57 Division II San Diego Lincoln 71, Fresno......
  • Soccer: Southern California Regional scores and pairings

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL SOCCER BOYS DIVISION I Semifinals, Thursday Clovis Buchanan 1, San Diego Rancho Bernardo 0 San Clemente 2, Bakersfield Golden Valley 0 DIVISION III Semifinals, Thursday Salesian 3, Annenberg 1 San Diego Parker 0, Mendota 0...