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  • 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...
  • 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......
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Voter Voices: West Adams accountant says Prop. 19 will draw much-needed revenue

     
    Audrey Yeboah is a 52-year-old accountant who lives in the West Adams neighborhood of L.A. She voted at the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder's office in Norwalk. Q: Who did you vote for in the governor’s race and why? A: Jerry Brown......
  • 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......
  • Father of missing Fullerton College student Lynsie Ekelund says he had concerns about suspect from ‘very beginning’

     
    Stewart Ekelund said knew this day would come. He said even though the police were vague, he always suspected that Christopher McAmis was the culprit in the disappearance of his daughter nearly 10 years ago. "He was the last person......
  • Mother of Fullerton College student missing since 2001 finds closure after suspect confesses to killing

     
    For nine years, nine months and 13 days, Nancy Ekelund would remove a small, yellow Post-It note from her desk at work and replace it with a new one. Each slip of paper represented a day that her daughter, Lynsie,......
  • Remembering El Toro Marine Corps Air Station

     
    Bill Greenhouse spent nine months at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in 1943. Now 95, the former Marine master sergeant remembers the area well -- it was full of eucalyptus trees and orange groves. Today, the planes are long......
  • Girls' basketball: Bell-Jeff coach resigns

     
    First-year Burbank Bellarmine-Jefferson girls' basketball coach David Jensen has resigned "for personal family reasons," he said. He will be replaced by the school's athletic director, Jaclyn Johnson, a Bell-Jeff alum. Johnson played for the University of...
  • Appeals court to consider Orange County woman's battle to adopt 2-year-old

     
    A California appeals court will hear arguments Tuesday over attempts by a Rancho Santa Margarita woman to adopt a 2-year-old despite objections from the biological father, who lives in Ohio. The father, Benjamin Mills Jr., of Dayton, filed for custody.......
  • Federal bankruptcy officials question Crystal Cathedral compensation [Updated]

     
    Crystal Cathedral, the Orange County megachurch that filed for bankruptcy last month, allowed its chief financial officer to largely avoid federal income taxes by paying the bulk of his salary in the form of a housing allowance. [Updated at 7:12......