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  • Football: St. John Bosco's 16-0 team to receive national trophy

     St. John Bosco will be holding a ceremony in its gym on Monday at 11:20 a.m. to honor its 16-0 football team, which will receive the Army National Guard national ranking trophy for being the No. 1-ranked team in the nation from MaxPreps.com. Eric....
  • Navy investigating a cheating scandal of its own

    Navy investigating a cheating scandal of its own
    WASHINGTON — The Navy said Tuesday that instructors responsible for training sailors to operate nuclear reactors that power submarines and aircraft carriers may have cheated on qualification tests, the latest in a series of ethical and criminal...
  • Lieu Senate seat draws crowd of interested politicians

    Lieu Senate seat draws crowd of interested politicians
    SACRAMENTO -- State Sen. Ted Lieu’s announcement that he is running for an open congressional seat has sparked interest in his Senate seat from a crowd of possible contenders, including Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi and former Assemblywoman Betsy...
  • Assemblyman Muratsuchi to seek reelection, not Senate seat

    Assemblyman Muratsuchi to seek reelection, not Senate seat
    SACRAMENTO — Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance) said Thursday he will run for reelection rather than join a crowded field of contenders for a state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Ted Lieu. Lieu’s decision to run for Congress has...
  • West Virginians to be without water for days because of chemical spill

    West Virginians to be without water for days because of chemical spill
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. — For the third straight day, with more ahead, about 300,000 residents of West Virginia were unable to use their tap water because a chemical solvent leaked into the area’s water supply Thursday. As authorities on...
  • Deputy who fatally shot teen holding fake rifle is a firearms expert

    Deputy who fatally shot teen holding fake rifle is a firearms expert
    A Sonoma County sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a boy holding a pellet gun is a firearms expert, Iraq War veteran and contributor to online forums dealing with guns and police use of force, officials said Monday. The Sheriff's Office confirmed...
  • Gay couples in military having trouble getting leave to get married

    Gay couples in military having trouble getting leave to get married
    WASHINGTON — Gays and lesbians in the military are running into widespread obstacles as they seek to take advantage of a new Obama administration policy designed to make it easier for same-sex couples in the armed services to get married. The...
  • Army Reserve Sgt. Federico G. Borjas, 33, San Diego; police officer is killed in combat in Afghanistan

    Shortly after Army Reserve Sgt. Federico G. Borjas arrived in Afghanistan in late September, he called his father to tell him what he saw. "He said, 'This place is just like back home,' " said Raimundo "Mundo" Borjas, his older brother. " 'This is the...
  • Army National Guard Capt. Bruno de Solenni, 32, Crescent City; killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

    As a timber faller, Bruno de Solenni labored through the spring and summer in groves of giant redwood, cedar and fir. As a soldier, he died in Afghanistan, and the tree trunks he sawed and milled became his coffin. The Army National Guard captain was...
  • Treating traumatic brain injuries

    Treating traumatic brain injuries
    Larry Ewing's life changed last year on a construction site in Victorville; Larry Carr's changed in 2004 on a road in Iraq. Unlikely brothers in arms, both men now share the same invisible wound -- traumatic brain injury. They tire easily, forget often...
  • Accused soldier's family searches for answers

    Accused soldier's family searches for answers
    Tears come to Elizabeth Russell's eyes when she thinks of the five Americans her son is accused of gunning down in a moment of rage in Iraq. She prays for them at St. Patrick Catholic Church in nearby Denison: the Navy officer, the Army psychiatrist...