The Los Angeles Clippers are 8-2 in the National Basketball Association's Pacific Division, and off to the best start in franchise history thanks to a flashy backcourt and a quiet, superstar power forward.
...championship, the seeds were planted way back in August in California. The entire team attended a swim camp at the University of California-Irvine. "I told them flat out there were three reasons we were going there," JDHS coach John Wray said. "One...
After three trips to the NAIA Division I national tournament with the Biola University Eagles, this is Lockhart's last chance to win the title. Lockhart, a senior point guard for the Eagles, would love to end his college basketball career with his first national title.
...Tuter fulfilled the second part of her career goal just recently when she was named interim head coach at the University of California Irvine on Dec. 27, taking over for Mark Adams, who resigned after the team started 0-7. "It's always been...
The attorney for James D. Harmon, charged with raping and killing Maggie Wigen in Tenakee Springs nearly two years ago, gave notice last week that he plans to call expert witnesses to dispute scientific evidence and question statements his client allegedly made to state troopers.
WASHINGTON - Here's a thought that can't comfort President Barack Obama: The fate of his health care overhaul rests with four Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices.
NEW YORK - Counties across the United States are discovering that illegal or questionable mortgage paperwork is far more widespread than first thought, tainting the deeds of tens of thousands of homes dating to the late 1990s.
This is it for former Juneau-Douglas High School basketball player Josh Lockhart.
Halfway through "The Mommy Dance," a one-woman musical comedy about motherhood, writer and star Jill Bess finally has to pause. "I woke up one day and realized that a piece of me was missing," Bess says in a soliloquy while sitting on an oversized couch. "I woke up one day and there was too little of me left." Her breakdown - a desperate grab at clarity and rest - is one of the rare moments of calm in Bess' 85-minute production, the opening show for Perseverance Theatre's 2003-04 season opener. "The Mommy Dance" premieres Friday, Sept. 12, and closes Sunday, Oct. 5.
...higher ends. It would be an enormous mistake, as a new administration prepares to take charge, for Democrats to send the Senate down that same path. Erwin Chemerinsky is the dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law.
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