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  • Local engineer comments on keyless-ignition, unintended acceleration issues

     
    I received insightful comments from frequent Warrior contributor Dale Heffelfinger of Whitehall Township, a retired electrical engineer, regarding Friday's column on cars with keyless ignition and push-button engine-starting systems, and the role the...
  • About the Red Planet

     
    Jennifer Stern, a NASA scientist at Goddard Space Station in Greenbelt, Md., and a member of the team that created the instrumentation for sample taking and analysis aboard the Rover Curiosity, headlined a recent public lecture at Cedar Crest College...
  • William Shatner boldly goes where he's gone before in one-man show at Easton's State Theatre

     
    The catchphrase from the 1960s television show “Star Trek” was “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” Actor William Shatner, whose role as that show’s starship Enterprise commander Capt. Kirk has come to identify his...
  • Toomey votes no on Sandy relief

    Toomey votes no on Sandy relief
    Pennsylvania U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey joined most of the Senate Republican caucus in voting against the $50.5 billion Hurricane Sandy relief bill, citing costs unrelated to the Northeast storm. The measure cleared the Senate Monday night, 62-36. The House...
  • This sounds like a scam, but it's not - you could lose Internet access Monday

     
    Normally you'd want to steer clear of clicking on a weblink you're not familiar with, because bad things can happen. In this case, you could find yourself in trouble if you don't click on the link, the FBI, Better Business......
  • ASO's 'The Planets' a spectacular concert experience

     
    One small step up the podium, one giant leap into the cosmos. On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, piloted by conductor Diane Wittry, blasted off into the solar system and beyond with an...
  • Explore the universe at star parties on South Mountain

     
    A cold winter's night often makes me inclined to stay at home by the fire, but this past Saturday we ventured out in the cold to a great place to take a child on a Saturday night - a star party on the top of South Mountain. Once a month the Lehigh...
  • Parkland shuttle lands on NASA causeway

     
    (Contributed photo from Linda Boehmer) The Parkland Space Shuttle Blake landed at NASA today, a day before it will witness the historic space shuttle launch of the Endeavour on Friday. In the last 16 years, more than 64,000 children across the Lehigh...
  • Parkland Shuttle will miss the delayed launch, but its commanders won't

     
    The Parkland Space Shuttle Blake left last month for the Endeavour Shuttle launch at Cape Canaveral scheduled for April 29. But while Parkland's mock shuttle arrived safely, a pesky electrical problem ensured the real flight never took off. And though Bob...
  • During the end times, would you pump iron?

     
    According to US preacher Harold Camping, the world will end at 6 pm May 21st. That's roughly one week from now. That's when two percent of the population, he says, will go to heaven and everyone else will go to hell. Others say that we have much longer...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Belly Up For A New Round In State Store Debate.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The weekend is upon us and there's a pretty good chance of rain. But the sun is shining here in Capitol Ideas World HQ. Why, you ask? Well, assuming all goes to plan, today marks......
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  • 10 biggest California quakes

    10 biggest California quakes
    View Larger Map ++++++++++++++++++++ || 1) Great Fort Tejon earthquake Occurred: January 9, 1857 Magnitude: 8.25 2) Great 1906 earthquake Occurred: April 18, 1906 Magnitude: 8.25 3) Kern County earthquake Occurred: July 21, 1952 Magnitude: 7.7 4)...
  • Californy power

    My mother, a child of the San Bernardino County city of Redlands, has always been fond of reciting an old country-song verse favored by her Oklahoma forebears. Dear Okie, if you see Arkie, tell 'im Tex's got a job for him out in Californy. Within...
  • California's wildflowers show their true colors

    Springtime is peak season for wildflowers -- and for the throngs of people eager to see the eye-catching displays around California. "This year will be particularly good because of the winter rainfall we've had, which will bring all the spring annuals to...
  • 'Punisher' Star Thomas Jane Busted for DUI

    Thomas Jane may have begun his St. Patrick's Day celebrating a little early. The 39-year-old star of "The Punisher" was nabbed Monday morning (March 17) for DUI, reports TMZ.com. Jane, who was born Thomas Elliot, was apparently going at "an extremely...
  • City of L.A., Kern County battle over human waste disposal

     
    The U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to review Los Angeles’ claim that a ban on dumping sewage sludge in Kern County violates federal laws has plunged the city into distress over how to dispose of its processed human waste. The city's......
  • Bureau of Land Management releases rental rates for solar installations on public land

     
    The federal Bureau of Land Management released rental rates for solar power installations planned for public land across the sunny Western states. Charges will include an annual base rent based on the land value for each county and also an......
  • Report: 3 Quakes Rattle Central California

    PASADENA -- Three small earthquakes shook southern Inyo County Tuesday morning, according to U.S. Geological Survey computer-generated reports. The first quake, a magnitude 3.1, struck at 2:15 a.m., followed by a 3.8 at 3:23 a.m. and  a 3.4 at 4:27 a.m.,...
  • Dust Storm Triggers 2 Multi-Car Pile-Ups on I-5

    BUTTONWILLOW - A dust storm is being blamed for two massive pile-ups involving 5 big rigs and a dozen smaller vehicles on Interstate 5 in Kern County. Emergency rescue vehicles, including an air ambulance responded to the crash scene which occurred...
  • Prison Officials: Inmate Stabbed to Death by 2 Convicted Murderers

    Prison Officials: Inmate Stabbed to Death by 2 Convicted Murderers
    TEHACHAPI-- An inmate was found stabbed to death in a prison yard Monday, allegedly by two other inmates who were serving sentences for murder. Officials at the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi say the attack on Evan Broderick, 20...
  • Sacramento SPCA Receiving Over 150 Animals Rescued From Kern County

    Sacramento SPCA Receiving Over 150 Animals Rescued From Kern County
    The Sacramento SPCA is receiving over 150 animals that were seized from a rescue organization in Kern County. The rescued animals were primarily small dogs and were rescued from an organization called Chihuahua Rescue in Tehachapi, CA. The Humane Society...
  • Bottles of Honey Cause Bakersfield Airport Shutdown

    Bottles of Honey Cause Bakersfield Airport Shutdown
    BAKERSFIELD -- Authorities say the suspicious material inside luggage that prompted the shutdown of a California airport turns out to be five soft drink bottles filled with honey. Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood says the bottles, found inside a...