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  1. The Shadow Keeper a " Dorothea PuenteRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 11 | KTXL-TV Sacramento

    Thirty years ago, on November 11, 1988, detectives knocked on the door of a quiet boarding house in the Mansion Flats neighborhood of downtown Sacramento. They had no idea what they would eventually uncover -- the bodies of seven people, buried in the garden around the home.


  2. 2018 Heritage Home preservation awards to be announcedRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 10 | The Daily Democrat

    This Wednesday, the city of Woodland will hold an awards ceremony for the 2018 Heritage Home and Historic Preservation Awards. The event begins at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers, 300 First St., before the city's Historical Preservation Commission.


  3. Are pigeons moving out of the cities and heading for the suburbs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | San Jose Mercury News

    Pigeons don't live only in urban areas. They also make their home in the suburbs.


  4. For these twins, top students at St. Paul High, paying for college is a big question markRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Whittier Daily News

    Staff Photographer Twin sisters Jasmine, left, and Jacklyn Corona, 18, are graduating Sunday number three and one, respectively, from St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs. They each have a 4.6 GPA, have been involved in community service and school sports.


  5. Liberals step up pressure for Andrews debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | The Age

    The Victorian Liberals are trying to step up pressure on Labor to agree to a leaders' election debate between Opposition leader Matthew Guy and Premier Daniel Andrews on ABC TV. The parties have already agreed to a debate in a 'News People Forum' on the Sky channel three days before the election, with recruitment of 100 swing voters for the audience already underway.


  6. Luxo lamp finally shines atop Pixar Pier marquee in Disney California ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Redlands Daily Facts

    Luxo Jr., an animatronic table lamp that has long been a symbol of Pixar, has been installed atop the Pixar Pier sign at Disney California Adventure. An animatronic table lamp that has come to symbolize the animation studio it helped form finally stands atop the Pixar Pier marquee arch in Disney California Adventure four months after the newly-rethemed land was unveiled to the public.


  7. This is why San Pedro's dilapidated 1895 house may soon be demolishedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | The Daily Breeze

    A 1984 photo of the house at 533 Nelson St., San Pedro, shows off its yellow-and-white color scheme. Photo courtesy of Christine Almeida Banasiak An 1895 house believed to be the oldest in downtown San Pedro will be demolished after all , with city officials recently determining it was too damaged to receive a historic designation.


  8. Victorian crafts workshop returns to Sonoma on Nov. 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Sonoma Index Tribune

    Wayne Sanders helps Mischa Brown twist her own piece of rope Sunday at the Victorian Christmas Crafts Workshop in Sonoma. File photo.


  9. Southern California Edison makes changes at the San Onofre nuclear plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... as we move to the next phases of decommissioning, the complexity of the project requires additional support." David Victor, chairman of the Community Engagement Panel, was told of the changes on Friday and sent an email informing the panel's 17 ...


  10. Why Victoria is spending billions on infrastructure but still struggling to keep upRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Victoria's record level of infrastructure spending is struggling just to maintain current assets, as transport and other services groan from population growth. A KPMG analysis of state and federal government capital expenditure shows that, of the 4 per cent growth in public spending on infrastructure, more than 3.5 per cent is needed just to cover depreciation and population growth, leaving a fraction for a "pure" net increase in new infrastructure.


  11. Coalition attack ads target Labor over taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Opposition shadow treasurer Michael O'Brien promised a Coalition government would not increase taxes to pay for its infrastructure commitments. "Labor simply cannot afford to pay for everything they've announced," he said.


  12. Neighborhood Spotlight: Adams-Normandie was once exclusive. Now it's inclusive.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Los Angeles Times

    Close to downtown, and with an abundant supply of developable land, Adams-Normandie instantly became a popular destination for well-heeled Angelenos after its annexation by the city in 1896. Located in one of the oldest additions to the original Spanish boundaries of Los Angeles, the neighborhood offered more peace, quiet and elbow room than either Bunker Hill or rapidly commercializing Figueroa Street could provide.


  13. 'I'm scared to go out': Grandparents fear evils of ice as drug trashes townsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | ABC News

    The men who feed the crippling ice addition consuming Margaret Harrison's grandson are so fearless that they run a home-delivery service. Both she and her husband John are devout Mormons and strict pacifists, but seeing the cause of all their angst sitting brazenly at the foot of the driveway is too much.


  14. Fire chiefs warn of 'rough ride' ahead as Victoria prepares for early summer blastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | ABC News

    A blast of hot weather over the next two days will provide a grim pointer to a dangerous summer ahead, according to Victorian emergency services. Temperatures in Melbourne are expected to reach the low 30s on Thursday, while a total fire ban has been issued for the Mallee, where the mercury will nudge 40. "It's not unusual for this time of year, but we will see some of the hottest temperatures since March," Peter Otto from the Bureau of Meteorology said.


  15. Australian politicians are starting to sound alarmingly like TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 28 |

    Australian politicians are starting to sound alarmingly like Trump. From the Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton trying to scare Melbournians from going out to dinner [1,2], to politicians thundering in Federal Parliament about a 'final solution' and an end to non-white immigration [3], and the Minister for Indigenous Affairs eagerly voting for a Neo-Nazi slogan [4].


  16. Meghan Markle Just Shared Her First Official Photo to Twitter Since Becoming Duchess of SussexRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | KFMB-TV San Diego

    The former Suits star shared her first official photo as the Duchess of Sussex to Twitter on Saturday, as she captured a candid shot of her husband, Prince Harry , practicing his speech for the Invictus Games' closing ceremony . While Meghan deleted her social media accounts after becoming engaged to Harry last year, Kensington Palace shared the sweet pic, and gave the actress photo credit.


  17. Pastor wholly committed to repairing 1888 church in PomonaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Owner and pastor Johnson Yang sits in the sanctuary of what is now Pomona Holy Church in Pomona on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. The 1888 First Methodist Church building is one of the oldest structures in the downtown area and will be a part of the Pomona Heritage Home Tour on November 3. With its pointed steeple, bell tower, wood siding and mix of Victorian and Queen Anne styles, the 19th century church in the heart of Pomona makes an impression.


  18. The 8 creepiest places to fall asleep in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | SFGate

    After the Queen Mary ocean liner was retired in 1967, it became a hotel in Long Beach, boasting a number of purported ghosts including an engineer, a "lady in white," and various children located throughout the ship.


  19. Worth a LookRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Almanac

    Children wait to see musician Andy Z at the 20th Annual California Avenue Halloween Trick-or-Treat and Carnival in 2014. File photo by Natalia Nazarova.


  20. Community Connections: Take a tour of Old Town EurekaRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2016 | Times-Standard

    There's a famous Jack London quote that states, “Show me a man with a tattoo, and I'll show you a man with an interesting past.” London is one of the most famous authors in history, with most people knowing him for great stories such as “Call of the Wild” and “White Fang.” One of the stories many people may not realize that he's responsible for, however, is one he didn't write at all, but one that he participated in. An even lesser known fact is that this story took place in Old Town Eureka.


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