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  • Max the cat survives being shot by arrow

     
    Max, a 3-year-old cat in Santa Cruz County in California, went missing for two days, but his owners were startled when they opened their front door Sunday night, April 10, and the cat came in with an arrow sticking through his head. Max was taken in for...
  • Reclaimed water helps Monterey Road community garden grow

     
    Photo: Adam Henry waters his plot. Credit: Ann Summa Watering at the Monterey Road Eco-Community Garden (East) in Glendale is slightly more complicated than at most gardens, requiring the use of a key kept locked away in a shed. It......
  • California harbors damaged by tsunami to get federal aid, Obama declares

     
    President Obama has made federal disaster aid available to California communities that suffered damage in the March tsunami. The tsunami caused an estimated $50 million damage, with the harbors in Santa Cruz and Crescent City being hardest hit. In Santa.....
  • Death penalty sought in O.C. murder-for-hire case

     
    The Orange County district attorney’s office is seeking the death penalty for a gang member convicted of murdering a businessman in a murder-for-hire case....
  • Some angered by traffic from Obama's visit, but other commuters say the drive was easier than usual

     
    Traffic in some parts of West Los Angeles slowed to a crawl Thursday afternoon and evening as President Obama arrived, but many commuters said the traffic wasn't that bad....
  • Areas of Los Padres National Forest remain closed because of storm damage

     
    Portions of the Los Padres National Forest remain closed to vehicle traffic because of high water levels and slides and rocks on certain roads....
  • Crystal Cathedral orchestra members walk out of Easter service over lack of pay

     
    Easter at the Crystal Cathedral was once one of the church's signature events: packed with people, decorated with a flurry of fresh flowers, a full orchestra and a pageant performed with flying angels. But this year, things were different. About......
  • Combo Plate: Royal wedding biscuit cake, Morimoto croons and more

     
    --Sweet dress! A new Food Network competition will pit sugar artists in a fashion competition, where they must spin chic outfits -- accessories included -- out of the white stuff. --No cooking required: Most every women I know can't wait......
  • Charlie Sheen: Sheen's Korner charity will launch by helping comatose Giants fan Bryan Stow

     
    Charlie Sheen announces Sheen's Korner charitable foundation, which will launch by raising money for San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow. Through Sheen's Korner, former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen will donate proceeds from merchandise sales at...
  • California says it won't resume executions this year

     
    California corrections officials have put off until at least next year any attempt to resume executions among the 713 condemned inmates on death row, according to court documents. The request by the California Department of Corrections and...
  • Ban on puppy mill sales proposed in Los Angeles

     
    A Los Angeles councilman introduced a motion Friday that could prohibit the sale and purchase of pets bred in puppy and kitten mills. Councilman Paul Koretz, who represents an area that includes West L.A., Hollywood and Encino, said he introduced......
  • Capistrano Unified accused of violating open-meeting law -- again

     
    An Orange County school district that for years has been embroiled in scandal and controversy is under scrutiny again, this time by county prosecutors who contend school board members illegally discussed raising teacher salaries and restoring furlough...