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  • FBI: Wi-Fi users vulnerable to computer hackers

    The FBI issued an alert this week warning that wireless Internet networks, often called Wi-Fi- hotspots, are more vulnerable to hackers than most users probably realize. In South Florida, Wi-Fi hotspots are at airports, fast food restaurants, book...
  • Baja Sur's colorful sights

    Some roads are worth driving solely for the sake of driving them. Pacific Coast Highway, for one, lures road warriors to cruise its curves, braving skinny lanes painted along cliffs for glimpses of the Pacific Ocean. Though less treacherous, what...
  • Planning your trip to Baja California Sur

    GETTING THERE There are two main airports in Baja California Sur: Aeropuerto Internacional Los Cabos (SJD), just outside of San Jose del Cabo; and Aeropuerto General Manuel Marquez de Leon (LAP), serving La Paz. Flights to SJD are less expensive and more...
  • Would-be borrowers are getting no credit

    With a second child on the way, Chris Shields and his wife, Michelle, wanted to move from their two-bedroom apartment in Southern California to a house with more space. But because their timing coincided with a shakeout in the mortgage market earlier...
  • Megabus to halt service in L.A.

    Bargain bus service Megabus, which touted fares as low as $1, said Friday that it would pull out of Los Angeles because of low ridership. The decision to shut down the hub, which was expected, came less than a year after Megabus began service from Los...
  • Fares cut on Los Angeles-San Francisco bus service

    California Shuttle Bus, which runs express buses between the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas, began offering fares as low as $5 each way Monday. Previously, one-way tickets cost $45. The move came a day after competitor Megabus, which touted fares as...
  • Sen. John Kerry introduces cruise ship safety bill

    Cruise ships would be required to install peepholes in cabin doors, increase guardrail heights and maintain crime report logbooks under sweeping legislation introduced Thursday by Sen. John F. Kerry. The Senate bill, designed to hold the $35.7-billion...
  • Firefighters mass to protect Big Sur

    Firefighters bolstered their defenses today against an expanding wildfire that threatened coastal homes in the storied tourist town of Big Sur while bracing for fresh lightning strikes that could ignite new fires across Northern California. The blazes...
  • Coded prejudice is cloaked dagger

    Coded prejudice is cloaked dagger
    Tomeika Broussard thought it was so absurd when she overheard her supervisor refer to her as a "reggin" that she just laughed. Then she realized it was the n-word spelled backward. The only African-American in the small medical clinic in Los Gatos,...
  • REV. MAGDALENA GARCIA: Latina pastor keeps door wide open

    REV. MAGDALENA GARCIA: Latina pastor keeps door wide open
    It would seem only fitting for Rev. Magdalena Garcia, an award-winner for her commitment to multiculturalism and inclusion, to lead what's known as the Church of the Open Door. Garcia said she has no idea how or when Ravenswood Presbyterian Church,...
  • 'Critical day' for growing Goleta fire; Big Sur blaze only 5% contained

    GOLETA, Calif. -- Driven overnight by "sundowner" winds that gusted to 50 mph, the Gap fire grew to more than 8,300 acres, but by morning was 24% contained, fire officials said. The blaze destroyed four outbuildings and led to the evacuations of at...
  • Traffic congestion dipping in many areas as economy falters

    Traffic congestion dipping in many areas as economy falters
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Texas Transportation Institute says rush-hour traffic congestion nationwide has declined two years running. Los Angeles traffic is getting better, but it still tops the list of traffic jams. After LA and Washington, the most...