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Today is Saturday, Sept. 24, the 267th day of 2022. There are 98 days left in the year. [Read More]
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Fall is the time of year to accomplish many gardening or landscaping projects. [Read More]
Dear Annie: Over the years, my tolerance for garlic has gotten so bad that I have cut it out of my diet entirely. This is... [Read More]
LANCASTER... [Read More]
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It was a raucous game, filled with cheers and shouts of encouragement, punctuated by the clank of metal on metal. [Read More]
Alabama officials called off the Thursday lethal injection of a man convicted in a 1999 workplace shooting because of time concerns and trouble accessing the... [Read More]
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While coach Lincoln Riley has USC back on a winning path, Oregon State presents perhaps the biggest challenge so far of his first season with... [Read More]
A Los Angeles judge has ruled the sheriff's department properly obtained warrants to search the home of county Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and other locations targeted... [Read More]
This day, this match, had to come, of course, for Roger Federer, and for tennis, just as it inevitably must for every athlete in every... [Read More]
Justin Herbert stood at the podium Friday answering questions about his rib injury and his recovery. Whether the Los Angeles Chargers quarterback will be able... [Read More]
The California City football team earned its first win since 2019 in a 20-13, non-league, overtime victory over Rosamond on Friday at Cal City High. [Read More]
Taylor Ward homered twice and Shohei Ohtani took a no-hitter into the fifth inning, helping the Los Angeles Angels beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2 on... [Read More]
The Detroit auto show has returned after a three-year absence with a roar. And a soar. [Read More]
Stocks tumbled worldwide, Friday, on more signs the global economy is weakening, just as central banks raise the pressure even more with additional interest rate... [Read More]
Despite their increasingly bitter differences, Democrats and Republicans generally agree that content moderation by social media companies is haphazard at best. [Read More]
Stay in your lane... [Read More]
Some air travelers seemed to have lost their minds and manners for a while during the height of the COVID pandemic. From causing disruptions while... [Read More]
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