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  • Former L.A. controller endorses attorney Ron Galperin

     
    Former L.A. City Controller Laura Chick endorsed Ron Galperin over City Councilman Dennis Zine in the race for the city’s fiscal watchdog position....
  • Kate Middleton, Prince William looking for a Kensington Palace housekeeper

     
    Parents-to-be Prince William and Kate Middleton, a.k.a. the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are seeking a housekeeper for their home in Kensington Palace....
  • As Preakness 2013 arrives, infield shows identity shift from drink-a-thon to music festival

    As Preakness 2013 arrives, infield shows identity shift from drink-a-thon to music festival
    In 2008, Ed DeRosa witnessed the infamy of the Preakness infield — the passed-out partiers, the chucking of full beer cans into crowds and of course, the "Running of the Urinals," where drunken infielders ran down a row of portable toilets. DeRosa,...
  • Holiday violence toll includes boys, 5 and 7: 'It's just senseless'

    Holiday violence toll includes boys, 5 and 7: 'It's just senseless'
    With the long Fourth of July weekend not even half over, the toll from violence in Chicago stood at 9 dead and at least 36 wounded today, including two little boys, 5 and 7, seriously hurt while at parks with their families. The victims since Wednesday...
  • Thomas C. Curtis, farmer

    Thomas C. Curtis, a former partner in a Kensington service station and a Howard County cattleman, died Sunday from cancer at his Clarksville farm. He was 86. The son of a farmer and a homemaker, Thomas Clayton Curtis was born at home in Kensington, where...
  • Maryland's new chief judge lauded as forthright, diplomatic

    Maryland's new chief judge lauded as forthright, diplomatic
    The disagreement between Mary Ellen Barbera and Glenn T. Harrell Jr. made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, but that didn't stop them from meeting for lunch in Washington after oral arguments in the case. Barbera and Harrell, both judges on...
  • Former Butcher Sentenced in Dismemberment Murder of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky

    Former Butcher Sentenced in Dismemberment Murder of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky
    BROOKLYN, NY (KTLA) -- A former butcher who plead guilty to kidnapping, killing and dismembering an 8-year-old Orthodox Jewish boy was sentenced to 40 years to life in prison on Wednesday. The 36-year-old Aron admitted killing the child after the boy...
  • Ten years ago, snipers plunged region into terror

    When the Washington-area snipers launched their shooting rampage a decade ago, Prince George's County restaurateur Paul LaRuffa suffered the same effects as everyone else: anxiety about leaving the house, fear of pumping gas, worry for loved ones —...
  • All Saints Lutheran Church book club

    All Saints Lutheran Church book club
    All Saints Lutheran Church book club We established the book club in February 2004 at our church in Orland Park. We embrace all readers whether they are members of the congregation or not. The author we'd most like to meet is Jenna Blum ("Those Who...
  • Under Armour execs show off hunting prowess (and their gear) in new TV show

    Under Armour execs show off hunting prowess (and their gear) in new TV show
    Executives at multimillion-dollar companies don't typically spend their leisure time enduring mountain blizzards or desert heat. But Bryan Offutt and his team aren't typical executives. Under Armour's burly director of outdoor marketing spent weeks...
  • Appeal of 2010 Census nets city small population gain

    Appeal of 2010 Census nets city small population gain
    Baltimore’s challenge challenge to the 2010 Census count netted the city a small population bump. Instead of being home to 620,961 people on April 1, 2010, as the U.S. Census Bureau reported in 2011, Baltimore actually had 621,074 residents...