12 hrs ago
New audio paints different picture of Daniele Watts incident
We covered it , and at the time most of the details available came from Watts and her boyfriend Brian Lucas. The LAPD was not yet releasing any documentation of the incident.
16 hrs ago
There are bumps, but California is progressing with health reform, panelists say
Panelists are at the Sacramento Business Journal health care forum on Friday. From left: Mary Antoine of Nossaman, Shawn Balsdon of Covered California's SHOP program, Darryl Cardoza of Hill Physicians, David Chase of Small Business Majority, Brian Conner of Moss Adams, David Fear of Shepler and Fear General Agency and Ron Goldstein of Choice Administrators.
Godalming store clears final hurdle for go-ahead
After two years of campaigning against the supermarket's plans to open an Express store at the old Wey Inn site, in Meadrow, neighbours packed out the public gallery of Waverley Borough Council's offices on Wednesday to hear the outcome of the supermarket's application - to install air conditioning units and a condenser unit on the building. Tesco did not need planning permission for the site, because permission to change of use of the building - from a pub to a shop - was not required under current regulations.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Woman forced to surrender senior Boxers: Help her find a home for her dogs
Can we help George and Tillie so they don't end up at Carson City Animal Shelter? Please share their story. Can we help George and Tillie so they don't end up at Carson City Animal Shelter? Please share their story.
Tesco superstore plans divide opinion
Harrogate's Chamber of Commerce has again called on Tesco to reconsider its planned Harrogate superstore, despite local support for the retailer. The chamber used the appointment of Tesco's new chief executive on September 1 to call for the supermarket giant to halt its plans for the former gas works site on Skipton Road.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Six Californias initiative fails
SISKIYOU13/C/26SEP98/SC/CS - Brian Helsaple and his nephew Ross Helsaple, 18, paint a protest sign on a hay barn along Highway 5 south of Yreka in Siskiyou county. Mt. Shasta looms in the background at right.
Pet amenities, organizing, reorganizing and tiny tables
The 27 housing developments that Standard Pacific Homes is buying and selling across the U.S. is believed to be the first to offer a pet suite as an option in every one . The Irvine, California-based company decided to include pet suites after conducting livability studies with homeowners.
Dems' Burger King strategy goes bust? - Partisan rhetoric on tax...
DEMS' BURGER KING STRATEGY GOES BUST? POLITICO's Ben White, Kim Dixon and Brian Faler have the story: "President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies hoped to capitalize on the recent wave of companies ditching the U.S. to slice their tax bill as a populist issue to fire up the progressive base and bash Republicans as slaves to corporate interests. So far the issue, rather than becoming the political whopper that Democrats dreamed of, has turned out to be a pretty massive dud."
Thu Sep 11, 2014
NBC San Diego
San Diego Remembers Victims of 9/11
Locals who will be remembered on 9/11: Brian Sweeney, Deora Bodley, Brent Woodall and Father Francis Grogan. Among those who will be remembered on the 13th anniversary of 9/11, there will be locals who died in the crashes of four planes in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania.
Los Angeles Times
David Kordansky Gallery to open on La Brea with Rashid Johnson show
New work by Rashid Johnson will be the inaugural exhibition at the David Kordansky Gallery, which has moved from Culver City to the Mid-Wilshire district in September. Pictured here: 2012 branded red oak flooring, black soap and wax.
SFBG Politics Blog
Legal aid funding for undocumented youth clears board committee
Brian, who is 12, came to the United States from Guatemala with his younger brother, Edwin, who is seven. They arrived in a car driven by a coyote, an adult who ferried them across in an arrangement made with their family.
Adrian Lions donate to Adrian Fire
The Adrian Fire Department applied for grant money to purchase Wildland Gear. They had enough from the grant to purchase the gear but not the bags.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
United States returns to Redway School
REDWOOD TIMES Interact Club member Maya Strauss, left, along with Wesley Way, Isaac Lehman, and Garberville Rotarian Diane Lehman start by painting California on the Redway School map. REDWAY >> The United States map is back on the playground at Redway School thanks to the Garberville Rotary Club and the Interact Club at South Fork High School.
Inside Bay Area
Struggling Kmart closes San Mateo store
A business of the past will become the housing of the future in San Mateo, where struggling discount retailer Kmart is closing one of its two Peninsula outlets. The goods have been liquidated and the shelves removed in the cavernous store, which is selling off fixtures until Wednesday when it closes for good.
Easy Reader News
Redondo girls run to second-place finish at cross country meet
Perennial power Saugus captured the girls and boys cross titles titles at the Great Cow Race in Cerritos Saturday to remain ranked No. 1 in the CIF-SS Division 2 polls while Redondo turned in a strong performances again a talented field .
New replica of Sutter's Mill to be built in California town
A critical piece of California history that has fallen into disrepair will get a major facelift. On Tuesday, the California State Parks Department took a major step forward with its plan to build a new replica of Sutter's Mill in Coloma.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
OCGOP Endorsements Committee Favors Sebourn, but Neither Paden nor Bennett; No HB Endorsement Either
Thanks to the hardworking and usually trustworthy Chris Nguyen of OC Political , we have our first take on OCGOP endorsements for Fullerton City Council - and it looks like good news for incumbent Democrat Doug Chaffee Incumbent Greg Sebourn got the party's tentative nod for one of the two seats. For the second, sentiment was split between Sean Paden and Larry Bennett .
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Julius Jr. comes to Brea
During the Julius Jr. Experience on Saturday, little ones will participate in themed activities based on the show, and a viewing area will be set up for screenings of upcoming episodes and music videos.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Victory Packaging Acquires Movera s Equipment Services Incorporated
This acquisition marks the third deal of 2014 for Victory Packaging. MESI is privately owned by Michael, Brian and Troy Tennyson and was founded in Dallas in 1997 with the commitment to supplying quality products with superior customer service fueling the growth of the company.