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  • Critic's notebook: The trouble with California classical music festivals

     
    Mark Swed looks at California classical music festivals from the perspective of a locavore....
  • Woman injured in stunt with rental car

    Woman injured in stunt with rental car
    A woman was injured Monday morning when she and two companions were playing a game with a rented vehicle in Carlsbad. Neil Tillman, 29, was attempting a stunt called ''ghost riding,'' in which the driver exits and then re-enters a moving car. Tillman...
  • Gas Company monitoring LCF pipelines

    As investigators continue to decipher the cause of the Sept. 9 pipeline explosion in San Bruno, Calif., the Southern California Gas Company is enhancing an already extensive list of safety procedures to ensure such an accident does not occur locally,...
  • Cancer survivor sues TSA over painful pat-down

    Cancer survivor sues TSA over painful pat-down
    A Carlsbad cancer survivor has filed a federal lawsuit claiming her constitutional rights were violated by an aggressive and painful airport pat-down search. Adrienne Durso is suing the Transportation Safety Administration and the Department of Homeland...
  • Carlsbad scientists are changing the face of health care

    Carlsbad scientists are changing the face of health care
    A new technology, being created in San Diego, will likely change the face of health care, according to scientists. Life Technologies, based in Carlsbad, recently unveiled its Personal Genome Machine, a piece of equipment the size of a copy machine that...
  • Carlsbad company focuses on DNA testing

    Carlsbad company focuses on DNA testing
    DNA testing continues to evolve and a company in Carlsbad is leading the way with the new technology. Life Technologies, a $3 billion company and one of San Diego's largest employers, is copying and replicating DNA at their lab in North County. It is...
  • Jailed inmate accused of 100 North County burglaries

    Jailed inmate accused of 100 North County burglaries
    An Oceanside man already behind bars on a residential break-in case is facing new charges in connection with a rash of commercial burglaries that plagued the North County for six months, authorities said Wednesday. Todd Wayne Copeland, 44, is a suspect...
  • Eyedrops for CVS

    Eyedrops for CVS
    After a long day of staring at a computer at work, many people relax by staring at a different computer at home. Between spreadsheets and Facebook, our eyes are seeing more pixels than ever before. If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer,...
  • In the heat of the anniversary

    In the heat of the anniversary
    Hey, was it hot enough for you last weekend? I thought I was stuck in a pressure cooker and would never get out. I'm wishing that June gloom was back again. I have never run my air conditioning 24/7 before, but I sure did from Wednesday through Sunday....
  • District votes against more soil tests at Carlsbad school

    District votes against more soil tests at Carlsbad school
    A school at the center of a cancer cluster claim won't be tested with taxpayer money, the Carlsbad Unified School District Board decided Wednesday evening. After pleas to thoroughly test the soil at Kelly Elementary School for toxins, the board agreed...
  • Abandoned smuggling boat found on beach

    Abandoned smuggling boat found on beach
    A small fishing boat that apparently had ferried undocumented immigrants into the United States overnight was found abandoned on a North County beach Tuesday. The open-hulled vessel, a type known as a panga in Mexico, was discovered shortly before 6 a.m....