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  • Know the measures before you vote

    As the campaign season gets into full swing, the League of Women Voters would like to urge voters to step back from the ads and hype and look carefully at the measures on your ballot. Here are some good tips to use when deciding how you might vote on each...
  • Thoughts from the Bull Pen: Predictions for the coming year

    Gone today, here tomorrow. Yes, that's right, it's the end of the year. While most news organizations come up with some kind of a "look back" at 2010 (do we really want to read the same news again?), or a top 10 list (usually made up of movies that you...
  • Winery Owner, Pilot Missing Over Sierra

    Winery Owner, Pilot Missing Over Sierra
    The Civil Air Patrol, the California Highway Patrol and the Amador County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a small plane that disappeared on a flight between Minden, Nevada and Tracy, California Wednesday afternoon. The Record-Courier...
  • Carson Elementary School Teacher Faces Child Porn Charges

    Carson Elementary School Teacher Faces Child Porn Charges
    CARSON ( KTLA) -- A Carson elementary school teacher accused of posting and distributing child pornography is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Last month, Los Angeles police detectives served a search warrant on...
  • Alexey Steele, Classical Underground impresario

    Alexey Steele, Classical Underground impresario
    There are no tuxedos, no ushers, no raised stage here -- just a few thrift-store couches, some beach chairs, a table covered with half-eaten pies and bottles of wine and a dozen nudes and seascapes leaning against the walls. A few hundred people, gathered...
  • Military deaths

    The Defense Department last week identified the following U.S. military personnel who died in Afghanistan and Iraq: Francisco X. Aguila, 35, of Bayamon, Puerto Rico; corporal, Army. Aguila died of noncombat-related injuries Tuesday in Kabul, Afghanistan....
  • Vaccine may still provide protection

    Q: I have human papilloma virus. Can I still get the shot that just came out — even though I already have the virus? VERENICE Carson City, Calif. A: The first vaccine to prevent human papilloma virus, called Gardasil, become available this year....
  • Army Pfc. Michael C. Balsley, 23, Hayward; killed by a roadside bomb

    Army Pfc. Michael Christopher Balsley walked and talked like his father, a Vietnam veteran who would tell war stories and watch military movies with his young sons. For Halloween when he was 4, Balsley dressed as GI Joe with his father's patches sewn on...
  • From swords to plowshares: Introducing military veterans to farming

    From swords to plowshares: Introducing military veterans to farming
    After Colin Archipley and his wife sold their tiny Venice house and bought 2 acres of land in Escondido in 2005, he started caring for the 200 avocado trees on the land just because they were there. That turned out to be a catalyst for a new life for the...
  • Fuel prices produce gasps, fumes

    Fuel prices produce gasps, fumes
    . -- As Californians brace for ever-higher gasoline prices, they can glimpse what might be their future in this tiny Eastern Sierra town, where motorists pay more than $4 a gallon at the two gas stations. The Shell station in Bridgeport, a tourist town...
  • Animal shelters are under scrutiny

    Public animal shelters will never look like -- or be run like -- the Four Seasons. But according to animal welfare activists, volunteers and private rescuers, the shelters operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care & Control sometimes...