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  • Richard J. Guadagno, 38

    Richard J. Guadagno, 38
    Richard J. Guadagno, 38, dedicated his life to protecting the environment.  Growing up in Ewing, New Jersey, Rich came to love animals and the outdoors, leading him to a career as a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  After graduating from...
  • MacLeod new GM at KTUU-TV in Anchorage

    MacLeod new GM at KTUU-TV in Anchorage
        Andy MacLeod has been named the new general manager at KTUU-TV in Anchorage, Alaska.      MacLeod has been with KTUU since 1983, when he started as an account executive after working as a newspaper and wire service journalist in Colorado, Oregon,...
  • Jean Harris dies at 66; forceful gay-rights organizer

    Jean Harris dies at 66; forceful gay-rights organizer
    Jean Harris, a feisty advocate for gay and lesbian rights and longtime Democratic Party activist who helped elect openly gay candidates in California, has died. She was 66. Harris, who had a number of serious health problems, was found June 25 in her...
  • Pendleton Woolen Mills company history

    Pendleton Woolen Mills company history
    From the first celebrity customer — Apache leader Geronimo — to the recent collaboration with high-end boutique Opening Ceremony, which introduced the brand to the fashion crowd, here are a few key moments in the 102-year history of...
  • Pendleton's new indie spirit

    Pendleton's new indie spirit
    Can Pendleton conquer the hipster class? For many, the brand is associated with career clothes and mom jeans, with Indian blankets and plaid shirts worn by the Beach Boys. But Pendleton has been working to attract a new generation of contemporary...
  • Brazilian Blowout might be dangerous to your health

    Brazilian Blowout might be dangerous to your health
    Controversy is swirling around a pricey and much-heralded hair-straightening treatment after researchers in Oregon announced recently that they had found that the formula contained the dangerous chemical formaldehyde, even in packages labeled...
  • Tsunami mostly spares other nations around the Pacific Rim

    Strong aftershocks and a second sizable earthquake rattled Japan through the night after the island nation's worst quake in recorded history, but the tsunami waves that drowned hundreds in northeast Japan mostly spared other countries around the Pacific...
  • Tsunami spawned by Japan's quake smacks California and Oregon

    Tsunami spawned by Japan's quake smacks California and Oregon
    The long arm of a ferocious tsunami crashed into California and the Pacific Northwest on Friday, with 6- to 8-foot surges flooding beaches and harbors, splintering docks, crushing scores of boats in marinas and triggering evacuations of shoreline...
  • A wired world sees the horror as it happens

    A wired world sees the horror as it happens
    After the quake, it took 45 minutes for the tsunami to reach the coast of Japan — 45 minutes of knowing, of waiting, of bracing. When it came, they were all glued to their televisions — a Jesuit priest in New York, an engineering professor in...
  • Whole Foods Recalls Cheeses Over E.Coli and Listeria Fears

    Whole Foods Recalls Cheeses Over E.Coli and Listeria Fears
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Whole Foods Market, which specializes in organic and healthy-lifestyle foods, is recalling seven kinds of cheese because listeria and E. coli bacteria were discovered in the products. The cheeses are Sage Cheddar, Silver Mountain...
  • Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project

    Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project
    The effects of decades of neglect were all too visible at the nine far-flung campuses. Roofs leaked. Furniture was decrepit. Seismic protections were outdated. In 2001, leaders of the Los Angeles Community College District decided to take action. With...