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  • Your weekly ScamWatch

     
    Here’s a weekly roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Who’s most likely to steal from you? A fraud suspect is not easy to stereotype. That’s the word from the Assn. of Certified Fraud Examiners, which......
  • Stevenson Ranch girl to compete in math Olympiad in China

     
    A high school senior from Stevenson Ranch has won a spot on the American team that will compete next month in an international math contest in China. Adisa Kruayatidee, a senior at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, is one......
  • Social media wrap: Brewer, Issa, Thompson and others react to Arizona immigration law [updated]

     
    As a federal judge strikes down part of Arizona's immigration law, politicians take to Facebook and Twitter to give their reactions....
  • Coulomb Technologies to install 4,600 electric vehicle charging stations

     
    California will receive about a third of the 4,600 electric vehicle charging stations that Coulomb Technologies plans to install for free around the country. The company, based in Campbell, Calif., will immediately start setting up public and private...
  • Painter Thomas Kinkade arrested near Carmel on suspicion of DUI

     
    The painter Thomas Kinkade, whose mass-produced landscapes have made him one of the most-collected artists in America, has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Kinkade, 52, was pulled over outside Carmel on Friday night because his 2006 Mercedes-...
  • Gulf oil spill: Volunteer lawyers reach out to Vietnamese community

     
    Thoa-Thi Ta, 56, drove 2 ½ hours from Opelousas, La., to Mary Queen of Vietnam Catholic Church in the Village de L’est area of New Orleans on Sunday to get free advice from a Vietnamese-speaking lawyer about her family’s BP......
  • Get your pet cactus at the L.A. Flea Market

     
    Opening day for the new L.A. Flea Market at Dodger Stadium was packed Sunday and featured everything from pet cacti to a food truck court, KPCC reports: Emmit Bynog, a first-time flea market vendor, sold "Pet Canned Cactus", a creation......
  • County Administrator Brenda Garton makes the rounds

     
    County Administrator Brenda Garton has spent $8,551 this budget year traveling to four conferences. That's more than double the budget for her travels to conferences, which is $4,200 this budget year. In the county's budget, Garton's budget for...
  • San Diego leads nation for DUI violations, study says

    San Diego leads nation for DUI violations, study says
    San Diego has the highest percentage of drivers with lcohol-related driving violations among the nation's 20 largest cities, according to a study released Monday. According to Insurance.com, San Diego ranks top of the list with most DUI convictions....
  • Federal judge halts execution of rapist-murderer

    Federal judge halts execution of rapist-murderer
    A federal judge Tuesday ordered a halt to the execution of convicted rapist and murderer Albert Greenwood Brown, saying there was "no way" the court could conduct a proper review of new lethal injection procedures before the inmate was scheduled to die...
  • AMGEN Host Cities Announced, Davis Not on the List

    AMGEN Host Cities Announced, Davis Not on the List
    The host cities for the AMGEN Tour of California have been announced, and Davis is not on the list. As you heard first on FOX40, there were rumors that Davis would not host a day of the popular tour, a big economic and social snub to the city who calls...
  • California population now close to 39 million

    California population now close to 39 million
    California added 393,000 new people in 2009, with San Diego, state's second largest city, gaining more than 17,000, according to a new report from the state Department of Finance. The numbers released Thursday estimate 38.6 million people now live in the...