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We're all aware of how the incredible rescue of three Cleveland women quickly became a story dominated by next-door neighbor Charles Ramsey, less for his efforts and more for his lively persona, tailor-made for melodrama-addicted television ...
A Utah soccer referee is dead after being punched by a teenage player over a call during a game.
In last week's column about the U.S. Postal Service, Bruce Miller, a frequent online commenter, wrote: "I still love checking the mail.
The Postal Service gets no tax dollars, yet is constantly hammered as a money-wasting government agency.
Despite its recent baggage, there's actually something positive happening in the Twin Rivers School District.
I think this question is mighty uncomfortable for many conservatives because answering it requires comparisons with the conversation the party is having with itself today to what it represented when they began voting Republican, and to what the ...
Opening Day. Baseball owns that term. The regular season starts tonight. It means spring is here, and it recalls wistful childhood memories that seared our love for the game into our minds forever.
Sometimes, a story with assorted moving parts leads you to an unexpected conclusion. Over the weekend I shared a tale with a gathering of friends on how well-intended ideas can become bad law.
Reams have been written about the Republican Party's self- imposed 12-step attempt to rehab and reach out to groups it has regularly rebuffed, reviled and repelled, both in California and nationwide.
You and I have wrestled with difficult privacy issues before but a recent episode at Linden High School outside Stockton invites further discussion.