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PolitiCalWith dozens of city council members in Orange County accused of conflict-of-interest violations, the state’s ethics watchdog panel Thursday changed the rules to allow local elected officials to vote on appointing themselves to paid boards. In...
GreenspaceOfficials at Yellowstone National Park euthanzied a grizzly bear found to have been invoved with two attacks on hikers this summer....
GreenspaceYellowstone grizzly attack: “We know of no witnesses” to the attack, park superintendent Dan Wenk said. “We think we provide visitors with pretty good knowledge and techniques to keep them safe in the backcountry. Unfortunately, in...
Company TownComcast unveiled its new executive lineup for NBC Universal on Thursday morning, ending months of anticipation and executive jockeying. Although Comcast has its new team in position, it must now wait until federal regulators approve the cable company's...
Heading for the beach, hopping a plane to France or hitting the American road with your kids this summer? Some books to prep or pack: _ "Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach" (Kids Can Press, $15.95, ages 4-8) written and illustrated by Melanie Watt. The...
Times Staff WritersPhil Angelides is strolling along a grassy promenade inside Laguna West, offering his defense of the housing community he developed as a pedestrian-friendly antidote to suburban sprawl. Critics contend that the 1,000-acre project south of Sacramento...
Times Staff WritersFive pathologists slipped into the microscope lab at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, steeling themselves to act after months of deepening suspicion. They'd seen enough. They were convinced that their newest colleague, Dr. Dennis G. Hooper,...
Times Staff WriterCalifornia Hospital Medical Center in downtown Los Angeles announced Wednesday that it would open the county's first new trauma center in more than a decade, a critical step in the effort to shut down the trauma unit at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical...
Times Staff WritersWilliam Watson doesn't have cancer. But for at least four days last week, nurses at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center gave the 46-year-old man a potent anti-cancer drug before they realized the medication was intended for another patient. When...
Muchas calles de la ciudad angostadas por bancos de nieve según la limpieza general por la tormenta continúa; la mayoría de las escuelas están cerradas; Malloy dice les pide a trabajadores del estado que permanezcan en sus casasEl Hartford CourantA pesar de los esfuerzos del estado y tripulaciones locales de carreteras, muchos caminos quedaron angostos y a veces intransitables a causa de la nieve sin precedentes del fin de semana. La lluvia congelada que comenzó a caer el lunes por la mañana...
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The Singer Society, the volunteer association of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, held its monthly meeting Jan. 10 in the museum’s Bowman Gallery. Showing examples of his work, the guest speaker was Philip Koch, a modernist-influenced...
Tags: Painting, Arts, Education, Museums, Arts and Culture
Women's pro soccer Newly unveiled Spirit names Jorden first coach The Washington Spirit, the area's entry in the new U.S. league, revealed its identity Tuesday afternoon and announced that Mike Jorden will be its first coach. The club's website is...
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