| Feb 28, 2010
| 10:22 PM
Gun owners are exercising and advertising their rights to pack heat while ordering a Frappuccino in Starbucks.
One man, Dale Welch, recently walked into a Starbucks in Virginia with a handgun holstered at his hip, and while some customers gave him looks,...
| Apr 9, 2010
| 3:04 PM
The future Pope Benedict XVI resisted pleas to defrock a California priest with a record of sexually molesting children, citing concerns including "the good of the universal church," according to a 1985 letter bearing his signature.
| Apr 30, 2010
| 1:12 PM
Ah, summer, the season of garden parties, backyard fetes and cozy picnics.
Whether it's a lavish spread under a froth of white canopies, or a simple meal served on a checkered cloth, a party is just the ticket to rouse us from the doldrums of a...
| Sep 25, 2009
| 2:58 PM
Home sales in San Diego County increased by 0.1 percent in August, compared with the same period a year ago, but were down 13.4 percent from the previous month, according to figures released today.
The median price of an existing single-family home in...
| Oct 2, 2009
| 11:42 AM
Gayle Anderson was live in Pasadena for a preview of the PASADENA ASID 23rd ANNUAL HOME & KITCHEN TOUR.
On Sunday, October 4th you can visit five unique homes throughout Pasadena and Arcadia and meet the designers, see the trends, get ideas, shop, and...
| Oct 3, 2009
| 11:59 AM
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- An admitted serial killer is helping police search for his first victim, a 21-year-old woman who disappeared 32 years ago.
Roger Kibbe pleaded guilty this week to murdering Lou Ellen Burleigh of Walnut Creek in 1977. The 70-year-...
| Nov 1, 2009
Some houses are heart-stopping perfect. But John Boyd's ticker skipped a beat a few years ago for another reason when he was previewing a house on behalf of a client.
It was a "pretty expensive house," said Boyd of Home Buyer's Agent in Ann Arbor, Mich....
| Mar 16, 2004
Fans of bicycle history would be well served to spin over to the Pasadena Museum of History, at Walnut Street and Orange Grove Boulevard, to check out "Wheels of Change," an exhibit on the bicycle's place in local and national history.
It's a small...
| May 9, 2004
Despite rapid growth, Walnut, on the eastern limits of the San Gabriel Valley, retains plenty of open space. Citrus and black walnut groves once dominated the rolling hills and valleys, but a blight in the 1930s wiped out most of the town's namesake crop....
| May 23, 2004
SACRAMENTO — It won't show up on the Defense Department's budget, but the prolonged U.S. occupation of Iraq is beginning to burden state and local governments as they struggle to get by without employees mobilized into National Guard and military...