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  • Visiting Cedar Mesa

    Visiting Cedar Mesa
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO BLUFF, UTAH From LAX, Delta, American, Southwest and United offer nonstop service to Salt Lake City, and Southwest, Delta, United, Frontier and US Airways offer connecting service (change of planes). Restricted round-trip...
  • Indonesian volcano erupts, killing 3 and displacing tens of thousands

    Indonesian volcano erupts, killing 3 and displacing tens of thousands
    At least three people were killed and tens of thousands forced to flee their homes when a volcano erupted on Indonesia’s most populous island, shutting down airports and showering the region with ash and grit. The eruption of Mt. Kelud in Java...
  • Football: Jim Bittner is new coach at Rio Mesa

     Jim Bittner, the son of the former Moorpark College coach, has been named football coach at Oxnard Rio Mesa. He was a longtime assistant at Moorpark College and served as JV coach last season at Camarillo. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
  • Officials studying armed guards at Newport-Mesa schools

    Officials studying armed guards at Newport-Mesa schools
    School officials in coastal Orange County are investigating the cost of hiring armed security guards to potentially patrol grade schools or high schools in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. In a 4-3 vote, school board members directed...
  • Applicants should come clean about cheating allegations, colleges say

    Applicants should come clean about cheating allegations, colleges say
    The recent expulsions of 11 students from an Orange County high school because of a cheating scandal appeared to be a forceful stand against academic dishonesty. But that discipline also has focused attention on the murkier questions about whether, and...
  • Going Beyond Yosemite

    Going Beyond Yosemite
    “We’ve gotta time this just right,” says kayaking guide Tony Chapman as we contemplate the rock formation looming directly in front of our boats. It’s a mammoth sea arch, and what we are about to attempt is a precise and nerve-...
  • Lunch at Bodegas Muga in Spain, with wine pairings by Juan Muga

    Lunch at Bodegas Muga in Spain, with wine pairings by Juan Muga
    LA RIOJA, Spain — "I'll only be a minute," says Juan Muga of Bodegas Muga as he heads off to a whitewashed building next to a vineyard. I walk along the vineyard, taking in the idyllic view of Tempranillo vines stretching across the Ebro river...
  • Sundance 2014: '20,000 Days On Earth' for Nick Cave as man & myth

    Sundance 2014: '20,000 Days On Earth' for Nick Cave as man & myth
    The film “20,000 Days On Earth” is that rare thing, a movie that is hard to classify. Even describing it is difficult to do. Screening as part of the World Cinema Documentary Competition at Sundance, it is a document of the recording of Nick...
  • Surprise! Ancient European had dark skin and blue eyes, DNA reveals

    Surprise! Ancient European had dark skin and blue eyes, DNA reveals
    Blue-eyed people have been living in Europe for at least 7,000 years, scientists have discovered. A man who lived on the Iberian peninsula before Europeans became farmers probably had blue eyes but dark hair and skin, according to scientists who have...
  • 450-mph Pompeii-type volcano blasts created exquisite dinosaur fossils

    450-mph Pompeii-type volcano blasts created exquisite dinosaur fossils
    In the northeast of China, at the Yixian and Jiufotang formations, scientists have discovered thousands of exquisitely preserved fossils of plants and birds, dinosaurs and mammals. Together they make up the Jehol Biota -- an ecosystem, preserved in ash,...
  • 'Culture of cheating' at Corona del Mar High, parents warn

    'Culture of cheating' at Corona del Mar High, parents warn
    The mother of a Corona del Mar High School student expelled in a grade-hacking scandal warned district officials of a widespread "culture of cheating" at the high-performing school.  Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees announced early...