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  • In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones

    In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones
    Wearing a black duster and a black cowboy hat, Phil Steel walked to the front of the meeting room armed with a Nerf gun and a smile. The U.S. Army veteran was there to pitch his big idea: an ordinance that would legalize and regulate drone hunting...
  • Football: National all-star games are set for this weekend

     The U.S. Army All-American Bowl will take place Saturday at 10 a.m. (Pacific Standard Time) at the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. NBC will broadcast it. Lots of local players are participating and several are expected to announce their college choices,...
  • PASSINGS: Henri Lazarof, Elizabeth Jane Howard, George Goodman, Carter Camp

    PASSINGS: Henri Lazarof, Elizabeth Jane Howard, George Goodman, Carter Camp
    Henri Lazarof Composer, teacher and art collector Henri Lazarof, 81, a prolific composer and teacher who may have been best known for the modern art collection he and his wife amassed, died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles. The cause was Alzheimer'...
  • Football: Serra linebacker Dwight Williams commits to UCLA

     Gardena Serra linebacker Dwight Williams announced Saturday he has committed to UCLA while playing at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
  • Insane Clown Posse sues Justice Department over gang designation

    Insane Clown Posse sues Justice Department over gang designation
    Federal investigators have come down with a case of coulrophobia and now have to explain how the fear of clowns and their fans is not a violation of the U.S. Constitution: The Insane Clown Posse, a hip-hop rap duo, and their fans, known as Juggalos, are...
  • Defense chief reviewing Medal of Honor case for Marine killed in Iraq

    Defense chief reviewing Medal of Honor case for Marine killed in Iraq
    The U.S. Secretary of Defense is "familiarizing himself" with the history of one of the most controversial actions from the war in Iraq: the decision not to award the Medal of Honor to a Marine from San Diego killed in Fallouja in 2004. While not a full...
  • General's sexual misconduct trial has a charged backdrop

    General's sexual misconduct trial has a charged backdrop
    FT. BRAGG, N.C. — He called her "my panda" and "my baby." She called him "papa panda sexy pants." They had a three-year affair in Afghanistan, Iraq, Germany and the United States, but they were hardly equals. She was a junior officer assigned to...
  • Widow, 94, receives remains of fallen husband, killed in Korean War

     Widow, 94, receives remains of fallen husband, killed in Korean War
    Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt told his wife to remarry if he didn't come back from the war. She told him no. He had a hard enough time getting her to say yes when he proposed. He was it. In 1950, Gantt went missing during combat in the Korean War. He...
  • Missing POW's remains returned to his widow 63 years after his death

    Missing POW's remains returned to his widow 63 years after his death
    Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt told his wife to remarry if he didn’t come back from the war. She told him no. He had a hard enough time getting her to say yes. He was it.  For 63 years, the World War II and Korean War veteran was missing in...
  • Jack Tuell dies at 90; bishop had late-life change of mind on gay ordination, marriage

    Jack Tuell dies at 90; bishop had late-life change of mind on gay ordination, marriage
    When retired Methodist bishop Jack Tuell was asked how he changed his mind on issues of gay ordination and gay marriage, he explained it simply: "I changed my mind when I changed my heart." But the answer was more complicated. Tuell, 90, a prominent...
  • Fort Sill Apache tribe says its roots are in New Mexico

    Fort Sill Apache tribe says its roots are in New Mexico
    AKELA FLATS, N.M. — Each year, Emily Haozous joins other Fort Sill Apache tribal members in a mountain spirit dance in Oklahoma. But the spirits they pay tribute to and invoke for power and protection belong to a mountain more than 600 miles to...