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  • California's bullet train: A fast track to nowhere

     
    I love trains. One of my earliest memories is leaving my small Texas town to move to Nebraska. I sat in the dome car and watched lightning ripple across the night sky. It was beautiful. I've also ridden the TGV......
  • Gilroy man charged with killing Chihuahua faces life in prison

     
    A Gilroy man who killed his wife's Chihuahua by smashing it against a wall could be sentenced to life in prison because of prior violent convictions. Bud Wally Ruiz, 53, has a criminal history dating back 30 years and could......
  • First drive: 2011 Lotus Evora S

     
    "Simplify, then add lightness." If the smell of brake dust burning or the shrill screech of vulcanized rubber being torn off pavement brings about a Pavlovian expectation of sudden G-forces, it's likely you know the source of this well-worn phrase.......
  • Study Rates 50 U.S. Cities for EV Readiness

     
    A new study rated 50 major metropolitan markets for plug-in electric vehicle readiness, and the leaders include some of the usual suspects ??? and some unexpected ones. The report was prepared by management consulting firm Roland Berger in partnership...
  • Proposition 19 campaign will run TV ad in Los Angeles area

     
    The campaign to pass Proposition 19, the measure to legalize marijuana in California, will hit television sets in the Los Angeles area Tuesday with a commercial that features retired San Jose Police Chief Joseph D. McNamara endorsing the initiative. The.....
  • Marijuana legalization backers plan final ad blitz

     
    The nation’s main advocacy group for drug policy reform laid out its final advertising strategy Friday for Proposition 19, targeting young people and voters in Southern California with advertising on radio, TV, the Internet and in the Los Angeles Times....
  • Californians say 'no' to legal pot but 'yes' to pot taxes

     
    California voters did not buy the argument that marijuana should be legalized and controlled like alcohol, but many agreed that it should be taxed like it. Voters in 10 cities around the state on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed local measures to......
  • Community spirit can affect local economic growth, survey finds

     
    Despite our fast-paced, gadget-heavy lifestyles, a recent Gallup study says many Americans are still chasing down fantasies of settling down in Pleasantville. According to the study, a community’s social offerings, its openness to different social...
  • Disneyland crackdown on employee texting, cellphone use

     
    DISNEYLAND CRACKDOWN: Disneyland has banned all workers from texting while driving on the job. According to the Orange County Register, the rule applies to all workers, who are also required to wear earpieces when on cellphones. "Whether it's a golf......
  • Community Commentary: Common sense needed to help right Costa Mesa

    "Don't be afraid to see what you see." — President Ronald Reagan It is my hope — and more importantly, the community's hope — that our employee associations help restore Costa Mesa's fiscal health and return it to being a model of...
  • 3 Quakes Rumble California Coast in 1 Morning

    Three quakes rumbled along the California coast Tuesday morning. The first was a magnitude 3.1 earthquake that hit just before 5 a.m. It was centered around 9 miles northeast of San Jose’s City Hall. The second was just 30 minutes later centered...