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  • BALCO founder Victor Conte to address worldwide anti-doping leaders

     
    Victor Conte, the founder of steroid distributer BALCO, will have a major platform to tell worldwide anti-doping officials how to improve their methods, Conte told The Times Monday. Conte, who counted the trainer of Barry Bonds, Olympic sprinter Marion...
  • Would curbing desert dust help the Colorado River?

     
    The dark dust thrown up by human activity in the deserts of the southwestern United States hastens the melting of Rocky Mountain snow and ultimately reduces the amount of water flowing into the upper Colorado River by around 5%, scientists......
  • Colorado wildlife officials say their effort to reintroduce the lynx is a success

     
    DENVER — Colorado wildlife officials declared victory Friday in their 11-year effort to reintroduce lynx to the state, saying the cats are reproducing faster than they're dying, a sign of a self-sustaining population. Colorado's native lynx died out...
  • Who's more easily conned by reality TV and fake movies like 'I'm Still Here': The media or the public?

     
    Casey Affleck and Joaquin Phoenix's much-debated mock documentary, "I'm Still Here," now revealed to be an utter fake, is just the latest example of a tsunami of entertainment that it is not at all what it seems. In fact, when......
  • Boys' basketball: Taft's Dinwiddie has options

     
    Woodland Hills Taft point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is being recruited by Colorado, Oregon, Harvard and Nevada Las Vegas, Coach Derrick Taylor said. Nov. 10 is the first day for signing an early letter of intent. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • The Venice Ale House: Grin from beer to beer

     
    Just before sunset on a recent Tuesday night, two women sit drinking red wine on the patio of the new Venice Ale House on the Venice boardwalk. A man in sunglasses shuffles up on the sidewalk beside them and asks for a dollar. The women uncomfortably...
  • Kings face Avalanche, then Coyotes in preseason games

     
    The Kings are preparing to play their first exhibition game Wednesday night in Colorado to take on the Avalanche. Then on Thursday night, there will be split squad games against the Coyotes, one in Phoenix and one here in L.A.......
  • [Updated] Social media wrap: Reaction to Defense authorization bill vote (and DADT)

     
    Democrats fail to get the 60 votes necessary to overcome a filibuster to begin debate on bill including military's 'Dont Ask, Don't Tell' policy on gays....
  • Colorado and Big 12 work out exit terms for 2011 entry into Pac 10

     
    The Pac-10 will become the Pac-12 next year thanks to an exit agreement worked out Tuesday by Colorado and the Big 12 Conference. According to a press release distributed by the league, the Big 12 will withhold $6,863,000 from revenues......
  • Do Women Pay Less for Car Insurance?

     
    You???ve probably heard this assertion before when it comes to health insurance, life insurance and yes, auto insurance: Women typically pay less than men for their policies. Is this true and if so, why? According InsWeb, an online insurance comparison......
  • Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio released from hospital

     
    Michigan State's Mark Dantonio released from hospital Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio, who suffered a heart attack Sunday morning after his team's 34-31 overtime win over Notre Dame, was discharged from the hospital Tuesday afternoon....