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2015/05/25 12:13
2015/05/25 12:13
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It's a technology with the potential to ease California's colossal thirst and insulate millions from the parched whims of Mother Nature, experts say. But there's just one problem — the "yuck...
2015/05/25 12:13
2015/05/25 12:13
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2015/05/25 03:14
2015/05/25 03:14
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As Blake Shaffer wheeled his 8-year-old son, Landon, around the base paths at Pappy Maine Field last Thursday, crying wasn’t an option. He was too busy soaking in the huge smile on Landon’s face, his...
2015/05/25 00:33
2015/05/25 00:33
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California State University has randomly selected three students to receive $10,000 scholarships, in celebration of reaching three million living alumni. The lucky alums are Paul Gomez of Cal State...
2015/05/24 21:44
2015/05/24 21:44
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It’s time to drop, cover and hold on to your popcorn. The San Andreas fault is going to cinematically rupture from end to end, toppling skyscrapers in Los Angeles and generating a tsunami off San...
2015/05/24 03:05
2015/05/24 03:05
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ATLANTA | From flashlights to tai chi to rewards programs, health care providers are using various strategies to prevent falls by patients. Falling is a dangerous — and very expensive — problem. Its...
2015/05/24 01:14
2015/05/24 01:14
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Solley’s General Manager, Jesse Carlos talks about his many years working with the company. Solley’s Deli, a fixture in Van Nuys for many years, will soon serve its last bowl of matzo ball soup and...
2015/05/24 01:12
2015/05/24 01:12
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Editor's note: Each week during the regular season, ESPN.com is teaming up with our friends at D1Baseball.com to provide "The Fives," a look at five teams or players in a specific category. We're no...
2015/05/23 08:42
2015/05/23 08:42
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An apocalyptic mindset is somehow endemic to southern California and particularly to Los Angeles. This is where the land runs out and the great historic American progression westwards must perforce...
2015/05/23 06:40
2015/05/23 06:40
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... Burlington Central 87, 2. Kaneland 74, 3. Freeport 68, 4. Sycamore 61, 5. Rochelle 47, 6. Dizxon 36,7 . Winnebago 35, 8. Erie 27, 9. Galena 24, 10. Rockforad Christian 22, 12. Genoa-Kingston 18,...
2015/05/23 06:14
2015/05/23 06:14
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It was as booming as it was decisive. Azzie Anderson clubbed a tape-measure home run onto the solar panels on top of the Chatsworth parking lot beyond left field to rally the top-seeded Chancellors...
2015/05/23 05:05
2015/05/23 05:05
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If the hour-long, slow-speed police chase dubbed a "victory parade" by the fleeing suspect wasn't strange enough, the ending was just plain ridiculous. An off-duty firefighter alerted police to a man...
2015/05/23 02:20
2015/05/23 02:20
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Melancholy music plays as the movie trailer begins. Picturesque scenes of the Golden State flash in quick succession. Text appears on a black background. “Where will you be?” “Who will you be...
2015/05/22 22:14
2015/05/22 22:14
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A privately owned, aging Springfield pool is closing its doors as some municipal facilities in Clark County struggle to make money each year. The Northridge Swim Club, 4530 Ridgewood Road West, won’t...
2015/05/22 20:20
2015/05/22 20:20
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May 21, 2015 at 12:10 pm North Union’s Cheyenne Wiley (1) snags a pop fly during Wednesday’s Division III district softball semifinal against Northridge at Olentangy High School. Coming in for...
2015/05/22 18:19
2015/05/22 18:19
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Earlier this week, a group of women in their 50s showed up at the Cannes Film Festival in France and were turned away. The reason? They weren't wearing high heels. One woman's partial foot amputation...
2015/05/22 06:56
2015/05/22 06:56
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COPETOWN —The Golf Association of Ontario’s senior men's Champion of Champions took place May 21 at the Beverley Golf and Country Club in Copetown. A total of 70 senior club champions from across the...
2015/05/21 20:20
2015/05/21 20:20
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Last week I wrote on the challenge of motivating the good folks over at LA County Parks and Recreation to address their disregard leading to the utter devastation of our street medians at Commerce...
2015/05/21 18:14
2015/05/21 18:14
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Erik Sorto, paralyzed from the neck down when he was 21, uses a brain-controlled robotic arm, with Dr. Richard Andersen, left, professor of Neuroscience at Caltech and Dr. Charles Y. Liu, professor of...
2015/05/21 12:53
2015/05/21 12:53
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A little-debated provision of the Los Angeles minimum wage hike — future increases tied to inflation — may produce its most profound and controversial consequences over the long term. In a single...
2015/05/21 09:46
2015/05/21 09:46
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ANOTHER HONOR FOR LETU'S JENKINS: LeTourneau University baseball standout Justin Jenkins (Hallsville) was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association First Team All-West Region on...
2015/05/25 12:13
2015/05/25 12:13
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