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Cave Fire Grows Overnight to 4,100 Acres in Santa Barbara County

Cave Fire Grows Overnight to 4,100 Acres in Santa Barbara County

Receive News & Ratings Via Email – Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts’ ratings with MarketBeat.com’s FREE daily email newsletter. A fire pushed by powerful winds forced evacuations as it grew to 4,100 acres overnight in the mountains north of Santa Barbara. Receive News & Ratings Via Email – […]

by January 21, 2020
Survey Reveals Employees of Catholic Church Divided on Clergy Abuse and Reforms

Survey Reveals Employees of Catholic Church Divided on Clergy Abuse and Reforms

shows the people who know best how the church is run – the employees themselves – are deeply split on key issues facing parishes across nation. The survey reveals diocesan priests are far more likely to view clergy abuse as a problem of the past, while nuns and other religious employees often consider sex abuse and misconduct to be major […]

by January 20, 2020
Chicago Man Raped, Killed Student After She Ignored Catcalls: Prosecutors

Chicago Man Raped, Killed Student After She Ignored Catcalls: Prosecutors

A man accused of allegedly strangled her to death because she ignored his catcalls, prosecutors said in court Tuesday.  Donald Thurman, a parolee facing first-degree murder charges in the case, did not know the sophomore honor student he is accused of killing but saw her for the first time Saturday evening. According to prosecutors, UIC student Ruth George and a […]

by January 19, 2020
Puckish Skating Awaits at LA Kings Holiday Ice

Puckish Skating Awaits at LA Kings Holiday Ice

What to Know Nov. 30, 2019-Jan. 12, 2020 Three skating sessions daily $22 individual general admission (includes skate rental) Feeling the puck? Chances are hot that you‘re a cool-as-ice hockey star, zooming down the rink, the goalie in sight, and a small and speedy disc just a few feet in front of your bladed feet. Feeling quite puckish? Chances are […]

by January 18, 2020
Emergency 24-Hour Winter Shelters Open Ahead of Schedule as Storm Heads Toward Southern California

Emergency 24-Hour Winter Shelters Open Ahead of Schedule as Storm Heads Toward Southern California

Rain and cold temperatures forecast for the Thanksgiving holiday week prompted Los Angeles city and county officials Tuesday to begin opening emergency 24-hour winter shelters ahead of schedule. Both Winter Shelter Programs, which offer protection for homeless people during inclement weather, had been scheduled to begin Sunday. A strong storm bringing three days of rain and snow is barreling south […]

by January 17, 2020