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Two areas in Southern California suffered through power outages Saturday after power lines were downed. In Huntington Beach, nearly 3,000 Southern California Edison customers were without power since 12:30 a.m. after a car ran into a power pole in
A Long Island man is facing charges after authorities say he bit a police officer at a town hall meeting in Suffolk County Tuesday night. Police say 66-year-old Daniel Karpen was arrested after getting into a scuffle with a public safety officer just
I got married in the United States of America (US) to a US citizen on my visitor's visa and was living there for four years. The paperwork was being done to get my green card, but it just wasn't working out with my partner. I had a family emergency
Scientists have for decades strived to understand why Huntington's disease, which is caused by a single gene mutation, can produce such variable symptoms. Post-doctoral researcher, Dr Eric Kim with his supervisor, Distinguished Professor Richard
Police have released new details and are now offering a reward in connection with the shooting of a Long Island businessman. Authorities released new surveillance photos of the SUV they say was used by the gunman who shot Gary Melius in February.
A member of Congress has asked the federal prosecutor for Eastern Kentucky to look into allegations that a well-known lawyer committed disability fraud...Rep. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, said investigations have turned up evidence of
Anger Your bros have blown you off for the umpteenth time for such artsy shit as Once Upon a Mattress at the Huntington Beach Playhouse ( 7111 Talbert Ave., 714-375-0696; www.hbplayhouse.com ) and that Farmers' Market and Art Fair every Friday night.
Cambridge University is investigating claims that sheep used in its brain research suffered "unnecessarily"...The campaign group said it found sheep with electrodes stuck in their brains struggling to walk and losing their sight before they died or
Researchers from across New Zealand made up a total of 50 projects to get a financial go-ahead. Photo / 123RF A study into the effects of methadone on unborn babies, and another looking at ways to slow the rate of Huntington's disease in Maori, are
Compiled The Journal Gazette Fort Wayne Following are recent filings for bankruptcy protection in northeast Indiana. The list includes all business bankruptcies, as well as personal bankruptcies in which liabilities exceed $100,000. Except where