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  • Amusing Cashman/Sabathia anecdote

     
    Sometimes you get something unexpected from Brian Cashman. For instance, this nugget: so he flew to Oakland, Calif. on a 5 p.m. commercial flight last night to meet with CC Sabathia and his family at their Vallejo home. Cashman went......
  • Will public worker benefits bankrupt us all?

     
    I wrote more about the budget battle between the Broward Sheriff and county commission for today???s paper, and my central question was this: When will elected leaders start leaning on public-worker unions for givebacks? Given the new economic realities...
  • More California school districts on the financial brink

     
    An increasing number of California school districts are edging closer to financial insolvency, state officials reported Tuesday. One immediate effect has been the layoff of teachers — probably in the thousands, although neither state officials nor the...
  • Planning your trip to California theme parks

    DISNEYLAND AND DISNEY'S CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE Location: Anaheim Phone: (714) 781-7290 Web: www.disneyland.com Tickets: $56 to $91 Hotels: Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier and Grand Californian UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD Location: Universal City...
  • Brookfield Zoo Welcomes A New Addition

    (WGN-AM)- Brookfield Zoo welcomed Joyce, a 26-year-old African elephant, who spent her first day in the newly renovated outdoor elephant yard Monday morning. Standing about 8 feet tall, weighing in at 6,800 pounds, Joyce is a little bit taller than...
  • On the trail of California's Mexican past

    On the trail of California's Mexican past
    Monterey Welcome to Mexicalifornia. And no, I'm not talking about immigration policy or demographic trends or domestic hiring habits. I'm talking about that spell from the early 1820s to the late 1840s, when California, Alta y Baja, was Mexican. -------...
  • Vanguard makes 'Best of the West' list

    COSTA MESA — Vanguard University, a faith-based college in Costa Mesa, made the top 10 in the Best of the West Regional Category of Best Baccalaureate programs, according to Princeton Review's recently released annual rankings. The No. 9 ranking...
  • Murder Suspect Shot After Refusing to Drop Meat Cleaver

    Murder Suspect Shot After Refusing to Drop Meat Cleaver
    VALLEJO, Calif. -- Police are looking for a missing man as part of their investigation into a murder suspect who led officers on a high-speed chase with his dead girlfriend in the passenger seat, according to police. Efren Valdemoro, 38, was shot and...
  • CHP: Abducted Children Recovered Following Vallejo Carjacking

    CHP: Abducted Children Recovered Following Vallejo Carjacking
    A Child Abduction Emergency issued by the California Highway Patrol has been canceled after three children were recovered by authorities early Sunday morning. The abduction alert was issued following a carjacking in the city of Vallejo. Authorities...
  • Handcuffed Man Forgotten In Court For 10 Hours

    Handcuffed Man Forgotten In Court For 10 Hours
    How do you lose an inmate? That's the very delicate question the Solano County Sheriff's Offices is trying to answer. Worse yet, that mix up could've left that inmate in question handcuffed in an empty courthouse for portions of 6 days. Minutes after...
  • Savoring the Sonoma difference

    The Sonoma and Napa valleys lie side by side, separated by the Mayacamas Mountains, about 60 miles northeast of San Francisco. Both are agricultural, easy on the eye and prime spots for touring. Both are devoted to gastronomy and the good life. And, of...