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  • 10 Fwy Transition Road in Pomona Reopened After Landslide

    10 Fwy Transition Road in Pomona Reopened After Landslide
    POMONA -- A transition road from the westbound San Bernardino (10) Freeway to the northbound Orange (57) Freeway that had been blocked by a landslide was reopened Thursday, the California Highway Patrol said. The connector road from the westbound 10...
  • Pop quiz: What is Cinco de Mayo?

    On this day in 1862, in a town called Puebla, a ragtag Mexican army defeated an invading French army that was better equipped and twice as big. France eventually won the war and went on to rule the country for a few years, but the unlikely defeat at...
  • Guidebook: Booking an Ocean-Side Room in Santa Barbara

    Getting there: Santa Barbara is 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles via U.S. Highway 101, about a two-hour drive from downtown L.A. Amtrak makes several trips a day from Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to the downtown Santa Barbara train station....
  • A Bit of Caution Amid the Frenzy

         When Bill and Barbara Harsted put their three-bedroom Norwalk house on the market last month, they expected it would go in a snap. After all, the house was well-kept and affordably priced, in a Southern California market where bidding wars on homes...
  • A crowning glory of the coast

    Corona del Mar is a seaside section of Newport Beach, considered almost a city unto itself that winds along Coast Highway north of Crystal Cove State Park. The area's old-style charm sets it apart as a distinctive village composed of about eight...
  • Nurturing native splendor

    Nurturing native splendor
    Southern California divides into two places: the irrigated and the dry. For those of us who inhabit the irrigated place, which is most of us, our worlds are green. Our parks, lawns, hedges and flower beds are made up almost entirely of imported plants,...