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  • Teen born without arms to play guitar with Goo Goo Dolls at Musikfest tonight

     
    As a child, 18-year-old George Dennehy says, he would question why God had him be born with no arms, put into a Romanian orphanage as a newborn by parents who feared their small village wouldn’t accept him. Dennehy, of Ashland,......
  • Turtle duct-taped to balloons rescued from Oceanside tree

     
    Days after a box turtle was found duct-taped to a group of balloons caught in an Oceanside tree, authorities were still searching for the culprit — and residents had harsh words for whoever was responsible....
  • McManus: Gun control, DOA

    McManus: Gun control, DOA
    President Obama pleaded with Congress last week to remember the victims of December's schoolhouse shootings in Connecticut and tighten the nation's gun laws. "Shame on us if we've forgotten," he said. "Don't get squishy." But four months after the...
  • Though no longer trendy, kiwis can still be quite tasty

    Though no longer trendy, kiwis can still be quite tasty
    Kiwi are now plentiful at farmers markets, but they're not always easy to find in prime condition. To produce high-quality kiwis, growers need to apply crop-specific expertise in pollination, pruning, irrigation, ripening and storage. Many farmers...
  • It's Medicare vs. the economy

    ARCADE, N.Y. — Kathy Hochul is a young, first-term Democratic congresswoman fighting for her political life in a solidly Republican district outside Buffalo, N.Y. Unlike most of that liberal state, this is Romney country; a poll last week showed the...
  • George Harrison talks to the press in Beverly Hills — eventually

     
    Ex-Beatle George Harrison faces photographers during press conference at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel promoting his U.S. and Canadian band tour....
  • Personnel updates

     
    Penn State picked up a 2013 recruit over the weekend, its first since the NCAA sanctions were announced, and lost an offensive lineman from its current roster. Jordan Smith, a defensive back from Washington D.C., made an oral commitment to......
  • Prince Harry photos: British tabloids shy away from royal skin

     
    British tabloids have held off on splashing nude photos of Prince Harry cavorting in a Las Vegas hotel room across their pages, resorting to staged photos and other shots to cover the story....
  • 'How could you?' family asks man charged with killing girlfriend

     
    The last time Alexandra Tang's family spoke to the Santa Barbara woman, they said, she was looking forward to a weekend barbecue with the man now accused of killing her....
  • Space shuttle Endeavour flyovers generate social media buzz

     
    Space shuttle Endeavour is generating excitement Thursday as it flies from Texas to Edwards Air Force Base in California's Mojave Desert. People took to Twitter, Facebook and other social media (see below) as the shuttle departed Houston and made a......
  • 1 dead, 3 injured in roadside shooting in Northridge

     
    One man was killed and three other people were injured after a suspect opened fire on their vehicle as they stopped alongside the road early Tuesday in Northridge, police said. The shooting was reported just after midnight at the intersection......
  • U.N. investigators report more abuses, 'jihadist militants' in Syria

     
    United Nations human rights investigators laid out a grim picture of a rapidly deteriorating Syria, saying atrocities were growing more frequent and numerous as the bloody conflict continued to rage, with foreign “jihadist militants”...