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  • Facing State Cuts, Will Schools Raise Local Taxes?

    Facing State Cuts, Will Schools Raise Local Taxes?
    Texas Tribune Sen. Steve Ogden, R-Bryan, is the latest lawmaker to say it: A $4 billion shortfall in state financing does not have to mean teachers lose their jobs. At the end of the legislative session, Ogden, told his colleagues in the Senate that...
  • Two U.S. High School Students Killed at Mexican Car Dealership

    Two U.S. High School Students Killed at Mexican Car Dealership
    CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO -- Three teens, two of them U.S. citizens, were killed in the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez this weekend, a spokesman with the Chihuahua state prosecutor's office said late Monday. The teenagers had crossed the border from...
  • Celeste & Mike

    Celeste & Mike
    My name is Celeste and Mike and I have known each other for over 9 years. Most of our friends who knew us back in college would say that we were completely opposite people wanting different things out of life at the time; a very unlikely couple. I was...
  • Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show

    Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show
    The Texas Tribune Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show by Ross Ramsey, Matt Stiles, Julian Aguilar and Ryan Murphy, The Texas Tribune The state's explosive growth during the past...
  • Hope For Vets: Vivian Unce

    Hope For Vets: Vivian Unce
    Vivian Unce, an American veteran, suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and manic depression. “By the time I got here I was a mess. I relocated from El Paso, Texas moving from family member to family member,” said Unce. “You...
  • Foursquare ranks Bloomington as 4th rudest city

    Foursquare ranks Bloomington as 4th rudest city
    Bloomington. Home of the Hoosiers, and by extension, Hoosier Hospitality. But hold on, location-based social networking site Foursquare has done a little research and decided to label Bloomington as "Rude." In fact, it ranks B-town as the fourth rudest...
  • 13 killed in execution-style raid on Tijuana drug rehab center

    13 killed in execution-style raid on Tijuana drug rehab center
    Thirteen men were killed in a raid at a drug rehabilitation center in Tijuana, Mexican officials said Monday. Masked gunmen forced residents onto the floor at El Camino a la Recuperacion center and then sprayed them with bullets, officials said. The...
  • Acting as an advocate

    Acting as an advocate
    CORONA DEL MAR — One person can make a difference. You just have to believe in yourself, be patient, put in many hours of work, and, sometimes — just sometimes — search far and wide for Spanish translators. That was the message...
  • Balboa carousel told to mosey on

    Balboa carousel told to mosey on
    NEWPORT BEACH — Balboa Peninsula's most famous horses will stop galloping come September. The Balboa Fun Zone will likely close its iconic merry-go-round after the Fun Zone marks its 75th anniversary Sept. 24, according to manager Patrick Moore....
  • Curiosidades: Alcalde de Nuevo México firma contratos en estado de ebriedad

    Martín Reséndiz, alcalde de un poblado fronterizo del estado de Nuevo México y candidato a legislador, estaba ebrio cuando firmó nueve contratos con una empresa de California que ahora está demandando al ayuntamiento por un millón de dólares, según se...
  • 18 killed in Juarez clinic for addicts

    18 killed in Juarez clinic for addicts
    The deed was stomach-turning: Hooded gunmen burst into a Ciudad Juarez drug treatment center, gathered together those inside and lined them up before opening fire with semiautomatic weapons. When the shooting was over, 18 people were dead. Attention...
  • Senators take their concerns to the border

    The United States does not need to send troops to the border in response to Mexico's drug war, nor is Mexico in danger of becoming a failed state, law enforcement officials told a congressional panel Monday. Witnesses testifying before members of the...