In more than two decades of writing stories about our Valley's World War II veterans and a lifetime of reading... Full Story
The 70 inches, 90 inches, 100 inches, or whatever is the final tally of the epic blizzard of 2014 may... Full Story
The race to replace State Sen. Steve Knight, who's barely had time to pack his bags for his new job... Full Story
It's never too late for love.
Today's story, a happy tale about a workplace romance, takes us to Bob's Big Boy... Full Story
Am I the only one to notice the irony of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor, a Ph.D., a man... Full Story
Today is Veterans Day, which always bring to mind the late Larry Linegar. The Antelope Valley's last surviving World War... Full Story
There are few things better in life than picking up a great book you haven't read since high school and... Full Story
The president said he doesn't "read tea leaves," meaning he won't hazard a guess as to what message the electorate... Full Story
Time for the annual Election Day Quiz. Midterms, this year, though much of the focus this campaign season has been... Full Story
The wreckage of SpaceShipTwo had barely struck the desert floor Friday when the first ugly comments started online.
It used to... Full Story
What better day than Halloween for an Outrage Column; that monthly list of news items scary enough to send a... Full Story
Just one week until the midterm elections, and all the polls show a lot of apathy.
Nationally, most... Full Story
If I didn't know Danielle Carbajal - having stayed in touch with the energetic middle school English teacher since speaking... Full Story
Maybe I'll become a born-again Luddite.
You remember the Luddites; 200 years ago in England they tried valiantly to stave off... Full Story
Saturday was one of those perfect "Chamber of Commerce weather" days in the Antelope Valley, with hints of autumn chill... Full Story