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  • What's Your Sign? Zodiac 'Shift' Creates Confusion

    What's Your Sign? Zodiac 'Shift' Creates Confusion
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Leos relax, you're probably still a Leo. The so-called changes to the zodiac dates may depend on which zodiac you actually follow. There are two zodiacs: the tropical zodiac, which is fixed to seasons and which Western astrology...
  • Elementary Students Put on Show In MLK Celebration

    As we get ready to celebrate Martin Luther King Day on Monday, several students from HISD were busy reciting their speeches during the annual Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition on Friday, Jan. 14. The purpose of this program is to recognize and...
  • Don't dive straight into engineering

    The article in Friday's Glendale News-Press quoted Fred Jackson on the three Es of education, engineering and enforcement (“Metrolink targets Doran crossing,” Jan. 28). Quite a few years ago, when speed bumps and traffic circles were being...
  • UConn Men After An NIT Appearance

    UConn's 2009-10 season ended with a loss to Virginia Tech in the second round of the NIT. It was the Huskies' sixth NIT appearance under Jim Calhoun. A look at what followed each of those appearances. 1987-88 Won the NIT and finished 20-14. Next...
  • Burbank Civitans take pride in awards

    The Burbank Civitan Club held its installation of officers on Oct. 2 at the Burbank Holiday Inn. The officers were installed for a second term by Civitan Lt. Gov. Sandy Lucas. They are President David Holland, President-Elect Randy Garcia, Secretary...
  • Alabama Beat Down

    Alabama Beat Down
    About 700-miles away in Birmingham, Alabama the police department is answering the same tough questions H-P-D was just recently asked. Houstonians were outraged when a video of several officers was released showing them clearly using excessive force on...
  • Rev. Jesse Jackson Calls for Feds to Intervene in Emergency Manager Act

    Rev. Jesse Jackson Calls for Feds to Intervene in Emergency Manager Act
    It is a story that has received national attention: the state of Michigan, declaring an Emergency Financial Manager, in charge of Benton Harbor. Now, a civil rights activist is calling for federal intervention. Benton Harbor is a financially troubled...
  • Single-game tickets for new stadium go on sale Thursday

    Tickets to individual games at FAU's new on-campus stadium go on sale Thursday. Prices range from $11 in the end zone to $90 for a seat in the Priority section. In order to get commemorative tickets for the new FAU football stadium, the orders must be...
  • Turlock Chaplain Remembers His Work At Ground Zero On 9/11

    Turlock Chaplain Remembers His Work At Ground Zero On 9/11
    If time heals all wounds, than ten years isn’t enough to help people forget the pain and sorrow they experienced when New York was sucker punched by terrorism.  For many we were miles away from the horrific scene, but for Tim Guerino he was at...
  • PBS' 'Freedom Riders' marks civil rights milestone

    "American Experience" observes the 50th anniversary of a seismic event in the American civil rights movement in "Freedom Riders," an electrifying two-hour documentary premiering Monday, May 16, on PBS (check local listings). Based partly on historian...
  • J. Cameron Lawrence: Sanford veterinarian loved helping animals

    A lifelong love of animals made James Cameron Lawrence's work as a veterinarian both a career and a lifestyle choice. Lawrence, who went by his middle name rather than his first, opened an animal hospital in Sanford in 1960; worked for more than 50...
  • Dad of teen killed in crash: 'God got a good one'

    Dad of teen killed in crash: 'God got a good one'
    Lynlee Gilbert was a 17-year-old whose short-range plans included this weekend’s senior prom and whose long-range plans included becoming a clinical psychologist. But Monday night, just three weeks after getting her driver’s license,...