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Archive for April 7th, 2013
Giselle Esme Ayala of Santa Rosa was visiting the area for the Deltopia spring break festivities, the San Luis Obispo Tribune reports.
Broadcasters will convene on Las Vegas this week to discuss the rapidly-growing demographic of people who don't subscribe to cable or satellite TV services.
Nicolas Cendoya says his three-day ordeal in Trabuco Canyon gave him a new perspective on life: "I've been a little selfish lately."
Believe it or not, there's a veritable subculture of otherwise healthy people who simply don't like eating real food. But liquid meal replacements may not be their best bet if they want an alternative.
There are no reports of damage or injury from a pair of small earthquakes that struck in Southern California's desert region.
There were four more 'swatting' incidents last week, targeting Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, and Sean Combs. A psychologist blames "a lack of empathy."
At the Wright-Patterson base in Dayton, Ohio, young airmen are being trained to spot and report sexual abuse.
The war became much more personal for the U.S. embassy and most of the journalists in Afghanistan when word came out that one of the five Americans killed on Saturday was 25-year-old Anne Smedinghoff.
Members of Rick Warren's Southern California church began Sunday services with a prayer for the their pastor, as he and his family coped with the apparent suicide of his 27-year-old son.
Senate staffers say a bipartisan agreement has yet to be reached on universal background checks, and that snarl may end up delaying a vote on gun legislation for another week.
Some advocates argue that primary care doctors, surgeons and other specialists could add palliative medicine to their usual care.
The muted U.S. response to North Korea's belligerence is a first warning, part of a recently developed counterprovocation plan that's being put to the test.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae is poised to become the nation's first official state microbe. Oregon is grateful for all the yeast has done for the state's booming beer industry.
Few things indicate a president no longer needs to worry about running for re-election more than his willingness to ignite an intraparty firestorm.
Experts say prison gangs of all races and ethnicities have evolved in recent years to include more activity outside the walls.
Mighty winds expected to batter the L.A. basin Sunday night. The area could see gusts exceeding 80 mph in some places.
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