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Detectives have identified a parolee with a long criminal history as the suspect behind the kidnapping of a Northridge girl. A confrontation at a house party in Lancaster took a lethal turn when a teenager was shot and killed. A Bentley owned by Laker forward Jordan Hill crashed into a Marina del Rey building, leaving plenty of damage behind.
Big Fix: Buried power lines, anyone?
Big storms, falling trees, downed power lines, cracks in old pipes, raw sewage flowing into rivers - I'd be glad to join Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann in prayer to ward off such calamities, but I have a more practical idea: Convert some of the billions we're spending on national defense to fixing the country's wiring and plumbing.
Fans can send Hammel to first All-Star Game
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel has pitched like an All-Star, but he needs your help to send him there. Hammel, one of the American League's biggest surprises this season, was named one of five All-Star Game Final Vote candidates during Sunday's MLB All-Star Game Selection Show presented by Taco Bell.
COLUMBUS, Ohio: Gas under graveyards raises moral, money questions | Marcellus Shale | CentreDaily.com
Loved ones aren't the only thing buried in the 122-year-old Lowellville Cemetery in eastern Ohio. Deep underground, locked in ancient shale formations, are lucrative quantities of natural gas. Whether to drill for that gas is causing soul-searching as cemeteries - including veterans' final resting places in Colorado and Mississippi - join parks, playgrounds, churches and residential backyards among the ranks of places targeted in the nation's shale drilling boom.
Chief Justice Roberts signals that Supreme Court remains independent
WASHINGTON -- Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.considers it an insult when he hears it said that he and the justices are playing politics. He has always insisted his sole duty was to decide the law, not to pick the political winners. Until this week, however, not many were inclined to believe him....
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Investments such as collecting rare minerals and making loans to strangers might seem untraditional and risky, but as the markets continue to gyrate, it might be time to try something new.
You and I have known each other quite a while-37 years!-and we've certainly had our ups and downs. I'm told that I was gaga over you for the first few years, reading early, talking nonstop-not even pausing for breath when I talked but instead teaching myself how to speak on inhalation.
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