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1 hr ago | The Orange County Register
The aerospace union that represents an estimated 1,000 workers on Boeing Co.' s dying C-17 cargo jet program in Long Beach rejected a proposed contract because of cuts to pension and medical benefits, union officials announced Thursday.
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7 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Poppies can be space-grabbers, but when ideally placed, they grab space that would have been hogged by weeds.
8 hrs ago | Beachcomber
Are you afraid to speak your mind? I would bet many conservative people like me actually take time to seriously think about what they are going to say out of fear of being labeled with a very nasty adjective when addressing social and political issues.
13 hrs ago | CBS Local
Opponents of same-sex hold signs outside of San Francisco city hall after a decision to lift a stay on same-sex marriages was announced August 12, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
This story is contributed by a member of the Ventura community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Ventura County Star The Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks, CA is hosting its 12th annual, free summer concert series that will run on four concurrent Sundays beginning August 3, 2014.
Chosen scripts will be produced on the last weekend of July, first weekend of August.
The new images of Lucent Dossier enchant us with their mysterious, haunted aesthetic in a classic portrait style.
For years, the signal you-are-here Mojave Desert roadside attraction was the 13-story electrified thermometer hard by the I-15.
Republican leaders in Stanislaus County will consider punishing one of their own for airing dirty laundry, publicly questioning U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham's integrity and harming the local GOP fundraising effort.
After receiving 18,000 comments, the California Department of Public Health on Tuesday recommended setting the maximum limit for a water contaminant known as chromium 6 at 10 parts per billion, bringing the new cap on the pollutant that has plagued Glendale water for decades one step closer to finalization.
The Lafayette Parish School Board could pay more than $5,500 annually for security at its meetings if the board opts Wednesday to approve a policy related to hiring a security officer.
Syrian government media and rebel forces said Saturday that poison gas had been used in a central village, injuring scores of people, while blaming each other for the attack.
A letter went home to parents in the Palo Alto Unified School District Friday, alerting them to allegations made against a former principal.