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  • Prop. 19: Marijuana initiative drew strongest support in Bay Area, but failed in 'Emerald Triangle'

     
    Proposition 19, the measure to legalize marijuana in California, drew its strongest support in the Bay Area, passing in San Francisco and five nearby counties. San Francisco voters were most ready to see legal weed sold in their neighborhoods, favoring......
  • Argentine ex-President Nestor Kirchner's remains flown to hometown

     
    Argentines lined the rainy streets of Buenos Aires on Friday to honor former President Nestor Kirchner as the black hearse carrying his remains made its way through the city. The funeral procession traveled to Jorge Newbery airport, where an honor guard...
  • Pet-Friendly Cities: A top 10

     
    A news release for pet lovers who might be planning to move to another city in the near future:  Livability.com, a website offering in-depth information about America’s best places to live, has just released a list of Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities. T...
  • Trying to protect a rare bird on Santa Cruz Island

     
    The island scrub jay is not officially endangered but could be in peril: Biologists working in Channel Islands National Park worry that it's easy pickings for the West Nile virus, which could swiftly wipe out the species once infected mosquitoes......
  • President Evo Morales signs controversial anti-racism law in Bolivia

     
    Despite the vigorous protests of journalists across Bolivia, President Evo Morales has signed the Law Against Racism and All Forms of Discrimination, a controversial measure that would make it illegal for news organizations in Bolivia to report on...
  • National Book Award finalists announced: No Franzen

     
    The National Book Award finalists announcement Wednesday morning in Savannah, Ga., contained one major surprise: The acclaimed bestselling novel by Jonathan Franzen, "Freedom," failed to make the list. Author Pat Conroy read out the five finalists in four...
  • In Santa Cruz, the twisted redwood roots of Clifton’s L.A. cafeteria

     
    In the early 20th century, a boy named Clifford Clinton spent his summers in the Santa Cruz mountains and fell in love with the towering redwoods, the babbling creeks and a woodsy landmark called the Brookdale Lodge. Then Clinton grew up and brought...
  • 2AM Club not afraid to make 'dumb pop music'

     
    The boys of 2AM Club can’t help but feel nostalgic. As the six-piece band prepped for a gig at West Hollywood’s House of Blues on the day their debut album, “What Did You Think Was Going to Happen?” hit stores,......
  • Abalone protections proposed for California shores [Corrected]

     
    More than a year after putting the black abalone on the endangered species list, federal wildlife regulators have published their proposed plan for setting aside critical habitat to protect the once-common marine gastropod. The proposal, published in...
  • Cape Cod town rolls out the pooch welcome mat, making it the most dog-friendly town in the U.S.

     
    Arnold, a 12-pound white poodle, prances around Provincetown like he owns it. He kind of does. Like many of the canines here, Arnold has his own following. The town, which lies at the tip of Cape Cod, is known for......
  • Polystyrene containers: L.A. County enacts a partial ban

     
    It's one thing for Malibu and Newport Beach to ban those solid foam food cups and containers that pollute ocean and land. But what if Los Angeles County did so too, in restaurants and retail areas across its vast unincorporated......
  • How to surf from your seat: California surf culture on the big screen this fall

     
    As California’s summer south swells wane and surfers pray for a glimmer of last year’s El Nino magic, wave enthusiasts have plenty of options to whittle away the doldrums from the safety of their seats this fall. Friday evening kicks......