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  • Forecasters say cold storms expected to hit Southern California

     
    The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement, saying that light rain could begin falling Monday night in Santa Barbara County and farther south by Tuesday. "A more significant storm is then expected to push into San Luis Obispo......
  • Two California banks fail, will reopen under new owners

     
    Two troubled California banks were closed by regulators late Friday and sold to other banks. San Luis Trust Bank, a one-office bank in San Luis Obispo with $333 million in assets, will reopen next week as a branch of First......
  • San Francisco snow: Snow falls in SF, Monterey and is likely to dust Los Angeles-area foothills

     
    Snow has fallen in San Francisco, Monterey, and the San Joaquin Valley, and the intensely cold arctic storm was expected to bring snow to the foothills across the Los Angeles area Saturday, the National Weather Service said. The storm was......
  • Storm moves out, but snow possible Saturday in L.A. coastal foothills [Updated]

     
    A rainstorm moved through Southern California overnight, but the region is still expecting cold temperatures, frost and the potential for snow in low-lying areas. According to the National Weather Service on Saturday, the storm dumped 1 to 2 inches of.......
  • Mission Art on View at Oakland Museum of California

     
    Mission art featured at Oakland museum....
  • $6-billion solar industry logs another record year

     
    The solar industry seems to have turned in yet another record-breaking year in 2010, as the total market value of the sector spiked 67% to $6 billion from $3.6 billion in 2009, according to an annual report. Companies installed 878......
  • Alpine man shoots straight

    Alpine man shoots straight
    ALPINE, Calif. -- When you see Duane Snipes of Alpine, he usually has his guns a-blazing. A competitive revolver shooter, Snipes squeezes off rounds at a remarkably crisp pace. With a last name of Snipes, a word which means to shoot at something from...
  • Rotarians and Lions present scholarships

    The Crescenta-Caņada Rotary Club continued its tradition of recognizing outstanding graduating seniors from Crescenta Valley and La Caņada high schools. The Rotarians held a Scholarship Awards Dinner for the seniors this year at the La Caņada Country...
  • Angelenos remain red hot

    Angelenos remain red hot
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — With the way things have been going lately for the Glendale Angelenos, it would be a surprise if they didn't steal a base or hit a home run. That's precisely the way the Angelenos, a first-year program from the California...
  • 4 Californians on Medical Aid Flight Killed in Mexico Plane Crash

    4 Californians on Medical Aid Flight Killed in Mexico Plane Crash
    TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) - A light plane carrying four Californians on a medical aid flight has crashed in Baja California, killing all aboard, state authorities said Sunday. The Beechcraft A36 was on a flight from Ensenada to San Quintin on Friday when it...
  • Mexico Plane Crash Kills 4 US Citizens on Medical Aid Mission

    Mexico Plane Crash Kills 4 US Citizens on Medical Aid Mission
    A light plane carrying four U.S. citizens on a medical aid flight crashed in Baja California, killing all four aboard, Mexican authorities said Sunday. The Beechcraft A36 was on a flight from Ensenada to San Quintin when it disappeared Friday....