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  • Caltech leader looks to the future

    Caltech leader looks to the future
    When David Lee first arrived at Caltech, he was seeking his doctorate in physics, and calculators were the hot new data-crunchung tool. Today, supercomputers interpret mountains of numbers at lightning speeds, students can track it all on their iPads,...
  • Head injury, pesticides tied to Parkinson's disease

    Head injury, pesticides tied to Parkinson's disease
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The combination of a past serious head injury and pesticide exposure may be linked to an extra-high risk of developing Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests. The findings don't prove being knocked unconscious or exposed to...
  • General Lee gives man from Hollister the will to live

    General Lee gives man from Hollister the will to live
    HOLLISTER, Mo -- It's orange. It's fast. It's famous for outrunning the police. For the Duke boys of Hazzard County it was their pride and joy. For one family in Hollister, the General Lee is more than just a car.   "He started watching the show when...
  • Ann N. Jensen

    Ann N. Jensen
    Ann N. Jensen Our loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, Ann Nelson Jensen, 83, passed away on Wednesday, October 3, 2012  at the Hoag Hospital in Irvine, California.             She was born in Shelley, Idaho on October 31, 1928, to...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Crime spikes around NoHo Metro, Berman and Sherman battle nears end

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Crime spikes around NoHo Metro, Berman and Sherman battle nears end
    Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, October 11. Live near the Noth Hollywood Metro Red Line station? You may want to safeguard your electronics and pricey possessions. Crime around the station rose 19 percent, police told the Contra Costa Times....
  • 96-foot Christmas tree delivered to South Coast Plaza

    96-foot Christmas tree delivered to South Coast Plaza
    The space shuttle Endeavour wasn't the only massive object traversing Southland streets this weekend. South Coast Plaza's 96-foot Christmas tree finished its own arduous trek Monday morning, about 650 miles from near Mt. Shasta in Northern California...
  • Virginia: Follow Lincoln (and 'Lincoln') in Richmond, Petersburg

    RICHMOND, Va. — Below the spaghetti-works of Interstate 95, beside a canal where excursion boats are the only watercraft, I try to imagine a group of African American workers on the day after Union soldiers brought freedom to Richmond. They were...
  • Wanda Jean Monette Dec. 15, 1931 - Oct. 15, 2012

    Wanda was born in Nebraska on December 15th, 1931 to Walter and Meta Heuerman.  She grew up on a farm and graduated from Pender High School in Pender, Nebraska in 1949.  Following graduation, she worked at the Bell Telephone Company in Sioux City, Iowa,...
  • Greer's OC: Stock up for sweater season

    It's finally feeling like fall, which means time to wear cozy sweaters for cooler weather. At two amazing boutiques in Newport Beach — Sienna Brown Fashion at Corona del Mar Plaza and its sister store Coastal Cool at Crystal Cove Promenade —...
  • Battle of Gettysburg Map Moved to Hanover

    Battle of Gettysburg Map Moved to Hanover
    It took a crane and four tractor trailers to move a piece of history into downtown Hanover today.  Those involved hope an electric map of the Battle of Gettysburg will draw more attention to the role southwestern York County played in the Civil War....
  • High School Roundup: CdM's Matsuoka advances

    High School Roundup: CdM's Matsuoka advances
    Amy Matsuoka is a shy and quiet type. The Corona del Mar High freshman is not one to speak much. This season, she is just letting her play do all the talking on the golf course. Matsuoka made quite the statement Thursday when she shot seven-over-par...
  • It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions

    It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions
    The story of the nonprofit CEO who solicits charity while raking in a giant salary is, by now, becoming a Central Florida cliché. There was NorthStar High School in Orange County, which was a miserable failure academically but paid its principal $824,000...