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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Firefighters are making good progress on a number of destructive wildfires burning in the West. In Washington, fire crews are hoping to contain the largest fire in that state's history within the next week.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
As much of California remains in a state of extreme drought, worried eyes are turning toward the coming fire season — which is expected to be particularly destructive.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Foreclosures are at a seven-year low nationwide. In California, however, the number of notices of default, which is the first step in the foreclosure process, jumped.
Monday, March 03, 2014
California got some sorely needed rain over the weekend, causing its own set of problems. High winds and heavy rain caused mudslides and power outages.
Sunday, December 01, 2013
Actor Paul Walker, famous for his role in the Fast and Furious films has died. The 40-year-old actor died Saturday in a fiery car crash in North Los Angeles.
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
As Congress prepares to take a vote on whether to launch a military strike against Syria, opinions vary widely among voters. We'll get a sampling of opinions from Fort Campbell, Ky., Los Angeles and State College, Pa.
Monday, September 02, 2013
David Frost was probably best known in the United States for his interviews with former President Richard Nixon in 1977 after Nixon had resigned from office. The interview was taped over the course of four weeks, two hours at a time. Frost died of a suspected heart attack.
Thursday, August 15, 2013
The Los Angeles Dodgers are the hottest team in baseball right now. It's a dramatic turnaround for a team that spent the first part of the season at or near the bottom.
Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Major League Baseball has suspended 13 players for violating the league's drug policy. New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez was suspended for more than 200 games, until the end of next season.
Monday, July 15, 2013
Cory Monteith was known to most Americans as Finn Hudson, the high school football star turned glee club member. But the star of TV's Glee, who was found dead this weekend at age 31, was a former high school dropout who used an unorthodox audition tape to get noticed.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
A public memorial service was held in Prescott, Ariz., on Tuesday for the 19 firefighters killed battling the Yarnell Hill Fire.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
In Arizona, friends and family of the 19 firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill Fire are sharing their memories.
Monday, July 01, 2013
The deadly Yarnell Hill Fire near Prescott, Ariz., killed 19 firefighters who were working to control the blaze on Sunday. The investigation is just beginning and the fire continues to burn out of control.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
High-paying investors have helped the market to bloom in the desert city that once ranked as the foreclosure capital. Even homeowners who thought they were underwater are benefiting. One owner says her home's value increases by about $1,000 every two days. That, she says, is the craziness of Vegas.
Monday, June 24, 2013
Design an app based on the idea of "economic liberty." That's what some 200 technologists raced to do over the weekend in San Francisco at a Koch Institute-sponsored hackathon. The event is meant to bridge the gap between Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley. But what does that actually mean?
Monday, June 17, 2013
Summer is almost here — and in California that means it's the season to worry about rolling blackouts. There's even more cause for concern this year. The San Onofre nuclear power plant is shutting down for good. It's been off-line for more than a year after a pipe was found leaking radioactive steam. When fully operational, San Onofre produced power for more than a million homes.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
National Envelope, the largest privately-held manufacturer of envelopes in the U.S., has filed for bankruptcy protection. It's a sign of the paperless, digital times. It previously filed for Chapter 11 protection in 2010.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Students deemed "willfully defiant" accounted for nearly half of California's 700,000 suspensions last year. Many educators are cheering the Los Angeles Unified School District's decision to ban such suspensions, arguing the category is too broad and disproportionately targeted black students.