| Apr 18, 2009
Thomas Dillon, the president of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula who during an 18-year tenure passionately defended its strict adherence to Catholic teaching and devotion to a curriculum emphasizing the "great books" of Western civilization, died...
| Feb 9, 2009
Herbert Hamrol: Survivor of San Francisco quake
Herbert Hamrol, 106, who according to the San Francisco Chronicle was the last known survivor of the earthquake that leveled the city on April 18, 1906, died Wednesday at Seton Medical Center in Daly City,...
| Nov 24, 2007
Anyone wondering whether Americans have the nerve to keep spending despite a rattled economy might have been cheered by the Friday morning scene at Fry's Electronics in Fountain Valley.
And by the chutzpah of Sawmon Jahagiri, who paid $40 to a more...
| Oct 14, 2009
| 12:46 PM
Turns out a man booked on drunken driving charges on Long Island had a much darker past that involved the murder of a classmate eight years ago in California, police said.
Erick Morales, 27, was pulled over by police near the Hampton Bays train station...