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  • Shuttle Endeavour: Griffith Observatory, JPL on tap for L.A. flyover

    Shuttle Endeavour: Griffith Observatory, JPL on tap for L.A. flyover
    Officials have revealed some details of space shuttle Endeavour's aerial tour of California, a final flight that is to include low-level passes over the state Capitol, San Francisco and several Los Angeles landmarks. Riding piggyback on a modified 747...
  • JPL's favorite shuttle heads home

    JPL's favorite shuttle heads home
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory research scientist John Trauger helped prepare the space shuttle Endeavour for one of its critical missions in 1993. He will be looking on with a sense of nostalgia as the craft makes its last pass over Jet Propulsion...
  • Disney earnings per share jump 31%, with help from 'Avengers'

    Disney earnings per share jump 31%, with help from 'Avengers'
    Walt Disney Co. reported a 31% jump in earnings per share, the strongest in the company's history, buoyed by improvements at its film studio, theme parks and consumer products groups. The Burbank entertainment conglomerate's revenue reached $11.1 billion...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Nearing the end of pure childhood

    My youngest son just celebrated his 9th birthday and I’m a little melancholy about it. He is coming to the end of pure childhood and, being my youngest child, I am coming to the end sharing in the wonder of his world.  He still believes in Santa...
  • In Theory: Do megachurches provide a better experience?

    Megachurches are loved by some and derided by others, but a new study from the University of Washington claims that people who attend services at these huge churches can experience a change in brain chemistry that researchers are calling a spiritual...
  • Small Wonders: It's the time and place for a Cracker Barrel

    Small Wonders: It's the time and place for a Cracker Barrel
    We Californians like to point out that we lack for nothing in our great state. Beaches to frolic or laze upon, mountains to hike, bike and ski, deserts with their stark beauty. Every shade of urban sprawl. Small-town living slow as molasses, big-city...
  • Disney parks to require that unaccompanied minors be at least 14

    Disney parks to require that unaccompanied minors be at least 14
    The days when parents could drop kids off at Disneyland for the day, leaving it up to Mickey and Goofy to watch over the youngsters, are over. Walt Disney Co. has unveiled a new admission policy requiring that children entering any of its U.S.-based...
  • Disneyland fraud suspect Alisa Yenokyan pleads not guilty

    Disneyland fraud suspect Alisa Yenokyan pleads not guilty
    A 22-year-old Hollywood woman pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that she defrauded several families by selling them bogus Disneyland tickets, which she solicited on Craigslist, police officials said. Alisa Yenokyan is charged with seven felony...
  • Free program teaches female veterans how to make it in civilian life

    Free program teaches female veterans how to make it in civilian life
    Elvia Huizar felt alone during the four years she spent in the U.S. Air Force, part of which she spent in Iraq. She didn't find the sisterhood she had expected. The men formed close bonds with each other. However, she and other women put up walls,...
  • Glendale police: Woman accused of faking Disneyland tickets

    Glendale police: Woman accused of faking Disneyland tickets
    A Hollywood woman was arrested Wednesday after allegedly selling bogus Disneyland tickets on Craigslist in Glendale to at least half a dozen families, some of whom didn't learn of the fakery until being turned away at the theme park's gates. The woman,...
  • Padilla introduces bill to create earthquake early-warning system

    Padilla introduces bill to create earthquake early-warning system
    State Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) introduced a bill Monday to create a system in California to warn the public seconds in advance of an earthquake. The warning system, which is already implemented in Japan, could give people as long as one minute to...
  • Scouts get a jump on jamboree

    Scouts get a jump on jamboree
    Boy Scouts from the Verdugo Hills Council had a dry run on Saturday of what they'll be doing on their first day at the National Jamboree later this month at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia. Members put up their tents and eating areas and built their gateway,...