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Cerritos man identified as pilot in airplane crash in Capital Hills

The Cerritos man who died in the Nov. 19 plane crash in the Capital Hills area was seen taking off from Tehachapi Municipal Airport before the incident. Kelvin Arayon Javier, 49, died just before 6 p.m. at the crash site half a mile north of Highway 58 and half a mile east of Discovery Way, the Kern

TEHECHAPI NEWS - 2017-11-24 20:57:00

CPS failed Gabriel Fernandez at every turn: Letters

Re "Gabriel Fernandez murder trial: Palmdale man found guilty for torture killing of 8-year-old boy" (Nov. 15): I hope that Isauro Aguirre doesn't get the death penalty. It's much too good for him. He should get life in prison for the beating and killing of Gabriel Fernandez. Even his fellow prisone

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 02:10:47

Paloma Valley falls to Paraclete in emotional semifinal game

PALMDALE - First, Paloma Valley lost the ability to contain Paraclete quarterback Brevin White and receivers Andre Hunt and Melquan Stovall. Then, the Wildcats lost the ability to contain their emotions. Finally, they lost their composure. In that, however, they did keep up with Paraclete, which ove

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-25 07:35:33

Mini heat wave in Southland; expect high temps for Thanksgiving Day

A mini heat wave has set the stage for an uncommonly warm Thanksgiving Day in the Southland, where some longtime holiday heat records could fall. If Thursday's high in downtown Los Angeles reaches 90, as forecast, it would tie a record set on Nov. 23, 1903, National Weather Service meteorologist Ric

MYNEWSLA.COM - 2017-11-23 14:52:38

Council to discuss pot shops Tuesday

Marijuana talk is back on the City Council agenda set for Tuesday. After a year of research from city staff members, the council will address their findings, taking into consideration how other cities have operated with legal marijuana storefronts. Citing pages of research culled over the last 12

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The SCV's most influential women: Dianne G. Van Hook

In her 30th year at College of the Canyons (COC), Dianne G. Van Hook is one of the longest serving community college chancellors in the state of California. Under her leadership, the college has grown in size and reputation throughout not just the Santa Clarita Valley but the state of California, as

SIGNALSCV.COM - 2017-11-24 19:07:42

Lois Eisenberg: Mending our divisions

This letter to the editor is a response to the letter "The error of his ways" sent to The Signal by Keith Smith of Canyon Country and published Nov. 11, 2017. In it Smith argues columnist Josh Heath is too young and too much "a product of the California school system" to understand his own bias. It

SIGNALSCV.COM - 2017-11-23 22:49:07

Steve Lunetta: More slides from the Holy Land

OK, everyone. Have a seat. Time to load up the old Kodak carousel for some more slides from our recent trip to Israel. Can someone nudge Uncle Earl? He's drifted off to sleep again. Go grab some hummus and shawarma from the hospitality table. This is some of my favorite food in the world. Flaming Sk

SIGNALSCV.COM - 2017-11-23 22:00:42

Sheboygan entrepreneur shoots for the stars

NASA-funded research led to basis for the Sheboygan startup VibeTech. SHEBOYGAN - When astronaut Jeff Williams visited Sheboygan earlier this summer, he tested an invention from a Sheboygan entrepreneur that could help prevent muscle and bone atrophy during prolonged missions in space. Called VibeTe

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Orange County Poinsettia Growers Provide Over 1 Million Plants

One of the country's largest poinsettia growers is entering its busiest days of the year. And it's right in Orange County, but you may have never heard of it. American Color Incorporated grows 1.3 million poinsettias every year. That's about a 32-acre sea of red and green. The company's greenhouse g

NBC 29 NEWS - 2017-11-25 00:02:00

Input Period Extended On SNP Fee Hike

HARRISONBURG - A wave of input on proposed fee increases at several national parks has prompted the National Park Service to extend a public comment period on the proposal. The park service, an agency within the Interior Department, announced Tuesday that it would continue accepting comments through

DAILY NEWS-RECORD - 2017-11-25 03:35:00

Farm at Sunnyside earns conservation honors

The 2017 Rappahannock County Bay-Friendly Farm Award has been presented to The Farm at Sunnyside in Harris Hollow along the banks of the Rush River. The annual Conservation Awards dinner was held in Culpeper and honors residents who have demonstrated leadership in the stewardship of local soil and w

RAPPAHANNOCK NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:28:15

Straight 'A's' for Fauquier Hospital, Culpeper Medical Center

Rappahannock County is fortunate to have a pair of "A" rated hospitals close at hand. Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center this fall has earned its 11th consecutive grade 'A' in patient safety from The Leapfrog Hospital Group, a national nonprofit health care ratings organization

RAPPAHANNOCK NEWS - 2017-11-25 08:35:31

Simplicity helps Santa Fund endure

Sometimes simple is better, and that may be why Central Virginia's homegrown Santa Fund has been a success for more than 120 years. Created in 1894 by The Daily Progress' founding publisher James H. Lindsey and now cosponsored by WINA radio, the children's charity begins its annual fund drive today

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Chamber awards Cedar Mountain Stone Large Business of the Year

Ed Dalrymple, right, was recently honored as Germanna Community College's Philanthropist of the year for his contributions to the college's Workforce programs and sponsoring 11 apprentices at his company, Cedar Mountain Stone. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Ed Dalrymple III accepts the Culpeper Chamber of Comme

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Culpeper County Sheriff's Office, arrest reports for Nov. 15-20

Christopher Michael Dodson, 21, 100 block of Oak Park, Madison: Driving after forfeiture of license. Diontre Nibblins, 24, 2000 block of Randolphs Orchard Lane, Esmont: Failure to appear on misdemeanor charge. Daniel Olanda Brown, 49, 100 block of N. Blue Ridge Avenue, Culpeper: Probation: violati

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JMU Event To Explore Diversity In Italian Cinema

The hashtag "#OscarsSoWhite" brought attention to Hollywood's lack of diversity, but Italian-Ghanaian director Fred Kudjo Kuwornu wants to show that it's not just a U.S. problem, but a global one. Kuwornu's 2016 documentary, "Blaxploitalian: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema" explores the pre

DAILY NEWS-RECORD - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Volunteer effort helps get Thanksgiving meals to area residents

Four years ago, Martha Randolph planned to deliver Thanksgiving meals just to the homeless under the Queen City Parkway Bridge in Gainesville. "But then, when I got to looking into it, there's (a lot of) elderly people in need for food," said the owner of M & M Down Home Catering at 996 Athens St.,

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2017-11-24 03:35:00

Federal courthouse dedication to be held Monday

The federal courthouse on Spring Street will be dedicated Monday morning to honor a Gainesville native and former judge. The courthouse will be known as the Sidney O. Smith, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, sponsored HR 4618, which passed the Sena

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2017-11-24 03:12:00

Mother pleads for help help finding her daughter's killer

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A heartbroken mother is pleading for help in the search for the person or the people who killed her daughter. Investigators told Channel 2 Action News they think whoever did this will do it again. They told Channel 2's Liz Artz the streets will be safer when the killer is caught

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2017-11-24 02:50:05