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Earthquake: 3.7 quake felt across North Bay

Earthquake: 3.7 quake felt across North Bay
  • Earthquake: 3.7 quake felt across North Bay FWC: Earthquake: 3.7 quake felt across North Bay

    A magnitude-3.7 earthquake was reported Sunday morning near Napa, Calif. It was felt across the North Bay as well as parts of San Francisco and the East Bay. The shallow temblor was centered 2 miles from Lokoya, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It occurred at 1:55 a.m. Pacific time…

  • UK Funeral Doom Masters ESOTERIC Recording First New Record Since 2011 FWC: UK Funeral Doom Masters ESOTERIC Recording First New Record Since 2011

    It’ll be a double album. The post UK Funeral Doom Masters ESOTERIC Recording First New Record Since 2011 appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • L.A. sunshine will be short-lived. Here come showers and snow, forecasters say FWC: L.A. sunshine will be short-lived. Here come showers and snow, forecasters say

    Don’t let Sunday morning’s clear skies and sunshine fool you, Angelenos. Forecasters say the chilly, overcast conditions that have characterized Southern California in recent weeks aren’t behind us quite yet. Yet another Pacific storm — though a significantly smaller one than previous systems —…

  • Review: For Nat King Cole in ‘Lights Out,’ smiles on camera but ugly truths behind the scenes FWC: Review: For Nat King Cole in ‘Lights Out,’ smiles on camera but ugly truths behind the scenes

    YouTube clips from Nat King Cole’s short-lived TV variety show, which premiered in 1956, convey the singer’s legendary charm. Handsome, elegant, impeccably dressed and graceful, Cole looked at ease on camera. More than at ease: happy. He sang beloved songs like “Unforgettable,” “Mona Lisa” and…

  • The political cult of the late Lyndon LaRouche just wouldn't leave this reader alone FWC: The political cult of the late Lyndon LaRouche just wouldn’t leave this reader alone

    To the editor: If the Democratic Party ever had a Donald Trump, it was Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., who died Feb. 12. I had heard of him before I went to my first Democratic Party convention, but I didn’t know his rhizomes had infiltrated into the party until I was given a button there with “No LaRouche”…

  • Sheriff Alex Villanueva promised change. His supporters are standing by him despite controversies FWC: Sheriff Alex Villanueva promised change. His supporters are standing by him despite controversies

    New Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is testing supporters with his unorthodox approach as the region’s top cop. Only two months on the job, Villanueva fired his department’s top brass and asked others to reapply for their positions. His reinstatement of a deputy fired amid allegations…

  • L.A. has great weather, yet more homeless die of the cold here than in New York FWC: L.A. has great weather, yet more homeless die of the cold here than in New York

    John D. Brider was found passed out near a homeless shelter and taken to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, where he later died. Brider, 63, had gone into cardiac arrest and oxygen had been cut off to his brain. But another, seemingly improbable, factor contributed to his death last winter:…

  • Girls' water polo: Southern California Regional pairings FWC: Girls’ water polo: Southern California Regional pairings

    GIRLS’ WATER POLO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL DIVISION I Quarterfinals, Friday at Segerstrom #1 Laguna Beach vs. San Clemente, 4:30 p.m. #4 Foothill vs. La Jolla Bishop’s, 5:30 p.m. #3 Orange Lutheran vs. Santa Margarita, 6:40 p.m. #2 Corona del Mar vs. Carlsbad, 7:50 p.m. Notes: Semifinals, Saturday,…

  • White House indicates Trump would veto disapproval of emergency FWC: White House indicates Trump would veto disapproval of emergency

    A top advisor to President Trump indicated Sunday that Trump is prepared to issue the first veto of his term if Congress votes to disapprove of his declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border. White House senior advisor Stephen Miller told “Fox News Sunday” that “the president…

  • Local resorts Snow Valley and Mt. Baldy remain closed; snow smacks the Sierra FWC: Local resorts Snow Valley and Mt. Baldy remain closed; snow smacks the Sierra

    Snow resorts up and down California have plenty of the white stuff for Presidents Day weekend. That’s not the problem. Getting to them may be. Snow Valley in Running Springs will be closed through the holiday weekend and possibly longer because of damage to California 18, the highway that leads…

  • The sensational society killings that rocked L.A. — still a mystery 90 years later FWC: The sensational society killings that rocked L.A. — still a mystery 90 years later

    In the annals of sensational Los Angeles slayings, few compare to the crime that occurred 90 years ago today in a grand mansion at the top of a hill. Exactly what happened would be debated for decades, clouded by wealth, power and many cover-ups. Here’s a summary from the pages of The Times: Edward…

  • Box office: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ leads underwhelming Presidents Day weekend FWC: Box office: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ leads underwhelming Presidents Day weekend

    This year’s Presidents Day weekend box office pales in comparison with last year’s record-setting result, which was buoyed by the runaway success of “Black Panther.” In contrast, this year’s box office is down 57.7% week-to-week from last year and down 19.7% year-to-date. In first place, Fox’s…