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  • California muni bond sales lure investors after market yields jump

     
    The battered municipal bond market recovered a bit more on Friday, and California was a beneficiary. Treasurer Bill Lockyer said the state was able to sell all $3.275 billion of taxable bonds it offered to investors, even after boosting the......
  • Schwarzenegger lends a hand to Compton Salvation Army

     
    Donations of free turkeys to the Compton Salvation Army had fallen off this year. Supermarkets that normally contribute free birds to be given to needy families have scaled back their donations in the throes of the struggling economy. When a......
  • Details of Taylor Swift's 2011 'Speak Now' tour

     
    Taylor Swift’s 2011 “Speak Now” tour will encompass 87 shows in 19 countries on four continents starting Feb. 9 in Singapore and reaching Los Angeles for a pair of shows, on Aug. 23 and 24. She’ll also play in California......
  • Antelope Valley solar power project may clash with stealth aircraft testing

     
    ENERGY CLASH: The Antelope Valley Board of Supervisors approved a 2,093-acre solar power project called AV Solar One that will create "400 jobs over the next three years" and generate "over $50 million in local taxes," according to the Daily......
  • Orlando Magic have unveiled an alternate jersey

     
    The Orlando Magic have joined the lengthy list of professional sports teams that have unveiled alternate uniforms....
  • Delta's ecological decline is breathing new life into bypass proposals

     
    A drilling rig bit into the bed of California's biggest river, hauling up sage-green tubes of clay and sand the consistency of uncooked fudge. The rig workers rolled the muck into strips, dried it in sugar-sized cubes and crushed them......
  • The Conversation: How to handle California's prison population

     
    It'll likely be months before the Supreme Court comes to a decision on how to handle California's prison system, where overcrowding deprives inmates of healthcare and social services that would prepare them for reintegration into society. For now, what a....
  • Arcadia High School wins L.A. County Mock Trial title

     
    A group of Arcadia High School students new to the art of mock trials defeated a team of formidable opponents from Harvard-Westlake prep school to become L.A. County Mock Trial champions. That the Arcadia team was founded only last year......
  • 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...
  • California economy still world's eighth-largest, despite recession

     
    We're No. 8! Eighth-largest economy in the world, that is. Despite the worst recession in 60 years and one out of eight workers out of a job, California, if it were its own country, would still be in eighth place......
  • Judge in Jaycee Lee Dugard's kidnapping and rape case will consider unsealing grand jury transcripts

     
    An El Dorado County Superior Court judge appointed an additional psychological expert on Thursday to examine kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido in advance of a March proceeding on whether he is competent to stand trial for the the abduction and rape......