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  • Capitol Journal: Parks vs. ballot box budgeting

    California's magnificent state parks are falling apart fast. The budgeting system for state government is in shambles and practically dysfunctional. Proposition 21 on the November ballot would fix the parks. But it would pound another kink into...
  • Jack Canfield among investors to sell West Maui estate by auction

    Jack Canfield among investors to sell West Maui estate by auction
    Writer Jack Canfield, who co-created the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, will sell an oceanfront estate in West Maui, Hawaii, by auction May 12. The suggested opening bid is $7.5 million. Canfield, who makes his primary residence in Santa Barbara, is a...
  • Reclusive Heiress Leaves $34 Million To Nurse, $0 To Relatives

    Reclusive Heiress Leaves $34 Million To Nurse, $0 To Relatives
    PIX11 News told you a few weeks back about the death of 105-year-old Huguette Clark, the wealthy heiress who spent the last 80 years of her life in near total seclusion in New York City. Now the will for her $400-million dollar estate has been filed, and...
  • America's Most Reclusive Heiress Dies in NYC, In Solitude To The Very End

    America's Most Reclusive Heiress Dies in NYC, In Solitude To The Very End
    NEW YORK (PIX11) -- She tried to live her life in utter secrecy and solitude. But the death in New York this week of one of America’s wealthiest heiresses, at the age of 104, has brought waves of attention to the strange, strange tale of Huguette...
  • Eight Californians receive MacArthur grants

    Eight Californians receive MacArthur grants
    Eight Californians, including a public high school physics teacher, a deaf sign-language expert, a jellyfish researcher and an installation artist, are among 23 winners of this year's grants from the MacArthur Foundation. The recipients will each receive...
  • Boys' basketball: Monday scores

     
    COAST VALLEY LEAGUE Santa Maria Valley Christian 58, Cuyama Valley 48 MULHOLLAND LEAGUE Arshag Dickranian 65, Los Angeles Adventist 60 Pacific Lutheran 45, Westridge 44 NONLEAGUE Desert Mirage 65, West Shores 40 Don Lugo 85, Queen's Park (Australia) St....
  • Hollywood's Foodies make it an Industry affair

     
    No sooner had servers set down truck-tire- sized metal platters laden with various Ethiopian stews than the hungry private party of 26 people seated in the back dining room of Culver City's Industry Cafe & Jazz descended into a cutlery-free feeding...
  • Just Chill gets focused on popping past 'jitter juice'

     
    Blackouts in a can are so 2010. Come 2011, Angelenos may be popping cans of Just Chill, a new “relaxation drink” ready to take on Four Loko and its “jitter juice” allies. Created by Malibu native Max Baumann and business partner Rob...
  • Boys' basketball: Tuesday scores

     
    OMEGA LEAGUE Newbury Park Adventist 60, Westmark 43 Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 66, Los Angeles Lutheran 41 NONLEAGUE Arroyo Grande 55, Templeton 25 Beaumont 64, Arrowhead Christian 20 Buena Park 75, Glenn 69 Camarillo 67, Santa Barbara 56...
  • Girls' basketball: Wednesday scores

     
    NONLEAGUE Birmingham 38, Canoga Park 31 Chadwick 43, Montclair Prep 37 Chaparral 51, Redlands East Valley 29 El Camino Real 37, Westchester 21 Elsinore 53, Murrieta Mesa 27 Hart 52, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 40 Hawthorne 40, Lawndale 34 Indio......
  • More global trade means more forest pests

     
    Along with U.S. manufacturing jobs, you can count another victim of global trade: American trees. The most destructive forest pests from abroad are arriving at an accelerated pace, according to a new study. Between 1990 and 2006, new ones were......