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  • Single Engine Airplane Crash-Lands In Tuolumne County

    Single Engine Airplane Crash-Lands In Tuolumne County
    A single engine Piper aircraft crash-landed in Tuolumne County on Saturday afternoon. The pilot, Otis Russell Johnson, sustained minor injuries and managed to use his cell phone to call for help. A California Highway Patrol helicopter found Johnson's...
  • Wounded warrior gets a hero's welcome

    Wounded warrior gets a hero's welcome
    ESCONDIDO, Calif. - Patriot Guard Riders honored a wounded warrior Wednesday as he arrived in San Diego and traveled to his new treatment facility in Escondido. The diverse group of motorcyclists escorted Army Sgt. Anson Curry's ambulance from Brown...
  • Requiem: 2007 passings of note

    Among the major notables who passed from the scene this year, three of the most famous -- two masters of cinema and a genius of football -- died on the same day: July 30. Two others -- a historic Russian leader and a U.S. chronicler of war -- left us...
  • The Deal: Ingenious seltzer bottle accessories on sale at Russell Johnson Imports through Thursday

     
    Fifteen years ago, on a trip to Buenos Aires, Russell Johnson encountered vintage seltzer bottles unlike any he'd ever seen. "It had a decorative tin sleeve to keep it from exploding if the bottle fell off a table," explains Johnson. His friends in Los...
  • The hidden history of baby books

     
    The baby book is a humble domestic item, with places to fill in immunization records and growth progress. But UCLA’s Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library has collected more than 1,100 of them in what may be the nation's only university......
  • Against all elements

    Termites by the thousands were chewing through the frame of architect Russell K. Johnson's Santa Monica condominium. Even a hefty dose of pesticide couldn't kill the destructive insects. "They just kept eating away," he said. Frustrated, he decided to...