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  • National Institutes of Health to study Junior Seau brain tissue

     
    Although an initial autopsy showed no brain damage to deceased football star Junior Seau, tissue from his brain has been sent to the National Institutes of Health for more advanced investigation, officials say....
  • Repair bill for San Onofre nuclear plant could hit $65 million

     
    Edison International officials estimate that the company's cost for inspections and repairs at the closed San Onofre nuclear plant will be between $55 million and $65 million, but said that the costs may be recovered under a manufacturer's warranty. The.....
  • 5 Freeway near San Onofre closed after pursuit ends [Updated]

     
    The California Highway Patrol has closed the 5 Freeway in both directions near the San Onofre nuclear power plant following a pursuit. The freeway was closed in both directions about 7:20 p.m. after a police chase that ended in front......
  • San Onofre may restart in June but may never hit full capacity

     
    A Southern California Edison executive says the company is hoping to have the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant back up and running in June, but even then the plant will have to run at a reduced capacity for the immediate future -- and perhaps forever......
  • Missing O.C. mother's body found at L.A. County morgue

     
    The body of 31-year-old Arlet Hernandez Contreras, who investigators suspected was killed along with her two sons at an Orange County apartment complex, was found at the Los Angeles county morgue on Friday. Homicide detectives contacted various coroner...
  • USDA shuts slaughterhouse after group records cow 'torture' video

     
    Federal food safety officials have temporarily closed a Central California meat processing plant after finding evidence of “egregious" and inhumane handling of livestock, officials said Tuesday....
  • San Onofre layoffs raise questions about nuclear plant's future

     
    More than six months after a leaking steam generator tube prompted a complete shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear plant, Southern California Edison officials announced plans to lay off nearly one-third of its workforce, leading many to wonder if the...
  • Who will pay if San Onofre nuclear plant is restarted? [Video discussion]

     
    With costs mounting at the San Onofre nuclear plant, officials are weighing whether it makes financial sense to bring it back online, and if so, who will pay for the repairs? The Times will host a Google+ Hangout at 11......
  • U.N. nuclear talks with Iran fail to get access for inspectors

     
    Eight hours of negotiations between U.N. officials and Iran's nuclear policy envoy ended Friday without an agreement for inspectors to visit suspect Iranian facilities, the U.N. nuclear agency's deputy director said....
  • Best of the Web

     
    In the Shadow of Pine Ridge Photojournalist Aaron Huey has been documenting life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for seven years.  Faced with the challenge of sharing the incredibly complex and multifaceted story of this community, the photographer...
  • U.N. nuclear watchdog creates task force to monitor defiant Iran

     
    The United Nations' nuclear watchdog has created a task force to better analyze Iran's suspected efforts to develop nuclear weapons, the agency confirmed Wednesday....