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  • Car Theft at Lowest Level in Over 40 Years

     
    Auto theft in the U.S. has reached its lowest levels since 1967. In 2010, vehicle theft rates dropped 7.2% from 2009???s 794,616 stolen vehicles, according to a new report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau, which is based on FBI......
  • Sour cherry rugelach, submitted by Leah Koch of Los Angeles

    Sour cherry rugelach, submitted by Leah Koch of Los Angeles
  • Uruguayo Viera, entre figuras de equipos colombianos en Libertadores y Liga

    El guardameta uruguayo Sebastián Viera y el defensa brasileño Anselmo De Almeida, ambos del Junior de Barranquilla, figuran entre los extranjeros que se incorporaron este año a equipos colombianos que disputarán la Copa Libertadores de América y se...
  • Two Men Found Shot to Death in Vallejo, Cops Investigating

    Two Men Found Shot to Death in Vallejo, Cops Investigating
    Solano County Sheriff’s deputies were responding to a report of shots fired near Woodrow and Reis Avenue Tuesday evening when they found a man shot to death, slumped over the driver’s seat.  He was inside a white Ford Taurus, parked in the...
  • Jack Lorenz dies at 69; nature preservation advocate

    Jack Lorenz, who became a nationally prominent advocate for nature preservation during 18 years as executive director of the Izaak Walton League and who developed a code of ethics governing outdoor activities, died of a stroke March 2 at Scripps Mercy...
  • O.C. burn areas under mandatory evacuation

    O.C. burn areas under mandatory evacuation
    Orange County officials have ordered mandatory evacuations, beginning tonight at 7 p.m., of four canyon communities hit hard by the October fires -- a move they said is necessary in advance of expected heavy downpours. The evacuation orders for residents...
  • Vallejo to unveil deal to avoid bankruptcy

    This onetime shipyard city turned Bay Area commuter village appears to have averted a move that is rare in California and across the nation -- declaring bankruptcy. A somber City Council had prepared to vote Thursday evening after putting the...
  • Zookeepers attempt tough balancing act

    Zookeepers attempt tough balancing act
    It was any zoo's worst nightmare. Shortly after 5 p.m. on Christmas Day, San Francisco Zoo Director Manuel Mollinedo received a call at home: Tigers are on the loose and somebody may have been hurt. "At first I thought it was a practical or sick joke,"...
  • Why the bond rating system works

    In its March 11 editorial, "Rethinking state bond ratings," The Times editorial board suggested that because state and local governments default on their obligations less often than corporations do, all bonds issued by governmental entities should...
  • Dreams of an endless summer

    Dreams of an endless summer
    By Richard Rayner Off the southwest coast of Finland are more than 80,000 small islands left by the retreating ice 10,000 years ago. Some of the islands are mere rocks, washed by the cool waters of the Baltic, but many are covered in pine and fir trees...
  • Planning your trip to California theme parks

    DISNEYLAND AND DISNEY'S CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE Location: Anaheim Phone: (714) 781-7290 Web: www.disneyland.com Tickets: $56 to $91 Hotels: Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier and Grand Californian UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD Location: Universal City...
  • On the trail of California's Mexican past

    On the trail of California's Mexican past
    Monterey Welcome to Mexicalifornia. And no, I'm not talking about immigration policy or demographic trends or domestic hiring habits. I'm talking about that spell from the early 1820s to the late 1840s, when California, Alta y Baja, was Mexican. -------...