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  • U.S. Senate to examine fraud, waste in FEMA storm aid

    A U.S. Senate committee will have a hearing next week on allegations of waste and fraud in the federal government's disaster assistance program. Testimony will focus on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's response to the 2004 hurricanes and...
  • Closer inspection reveals a long trail of rap sheets

    DONALD Q. WHITAKER Age: 55 Residence: Moreno Valley, Calif. Background: Convicted in February of 11 counts of child molestation for fondling and undressing girls in his southern California neighborhood. One 8-year-old girl said that while in his...
  • Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason B. Dwelley

    Jason Dwelley of Apopka had been in Iraq less than a week when he was killed by insurgents firing rocket-propelled grenades at his convoy. Flags flew at half-staff in Apopka on Monday in memory of the 31-year-old naval reservist, an Apopka High School...
  • The Southern California Survival Guide

    Let's cut right to the cliché: Southern California is a land of eternal sunshine, with friendly, honest inhabitants and as many paths to good health, peace and prosperity as a Malibu Canyon health spa. But unless you've been living in an orgone box and...
  • L.A.'s high-style high-rise

    L.A.'s high-style high-rise
    For a select group of Angelenos, the route to grandma's didn't go over the river and through the woods, but along Sunset to a 32-story Modernist block of stucco and glass built in 1964, a singular apartment house set back from and above the storied...
  • GOP Senator Not Hurt By Ethics Concerns

    Voters in eight states went to the polls in primary elections to set the stage for this fall's midterm elections. With national polls showing deep dissatisfaction with Congress, President Bush and the war in Iraq, Democrats hoped to gather momentum for...
  • 1926 Miami: The blow that broke the boom

    The 1926 storm was described by the U.S. Weather Bureau in Miami as "probably the most destructive hurricane ever to strike the United States." It hit Fort Lauderdale, Dania, Hollywood, Hallandale and Miami. The death toll is estimated to be from 325 to...