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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith foreclosures rising and home prices diving, there is a bright spot in California's residential real estate market: Solar-powered homes are starting to outsell traditionally electrified new homes in several markets, and developers are stepping up...
At the risk of oversimplifying, it is safe to say environmentalists always argue for higher standards. They are inherently positioned to oppose much of what goes on in the private sector. They assume that even the so-called clean companies have some...
Tags: Coal, Global Warming, BP Plc, Government, Regional Authority
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - President Obama woke up Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to begin day 2 of his visit to Southern California. Obama schedule includes a visit to the Edison International Vehicle Electrics Plant in Pomona at 10:30 a.m., an town...
LOS ANGELES -- President Barack Obama's two-day visit to the Southland wrapped up Thursday with the president touring an electrical plant, holding a town hall meeting and making an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Obama's visit to "The...
ROSEMEAD - Southland students interested in energy and the environment are encouraged to enter the "Edison Challenge" competition. Registration is open until the end of the month for middle and high school student teams who want to enter original...
Sun StaffANAHEIM, Calif. - There must be some mistake. The real Magic Kingdom has always been a couple of miles farther up Katella Avenue, and it was always some sports hero in another city who got to shout about going there after the World Series. Never the...
Sun StaffThe Orioles yesterday continued their open-ended series against the surreal. While players gathered inside Camden Yards for an impromptu workout, Baltimore City Fire Department officials instructed the team to postpone last night's game against the...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox are still searching for a fifth starter. But at least they discovered a way to win a game in Anaheim. Neal Cotts struggled in his major-league debut. And that's putting it kindly. But Dan Wright, who lost his spot in the rotation to Cotts,...
Tribune staff reporterPerhaps the White Sox were tempted to sip champagne on their flight to Dallas after Thursday's night game in Anaheim. What, you don't think the Sox had anything to celebrate after getting drubbed by the Angels 5-1 before 35,056 fans at Edison...
Times Staff WriterThe numbers people are still crunching, but so far, leaders of the Music Center and the Los Angeles Philharmonic have at least 137.5 million reasons to call their shiny new building the Walt Disney Concert Hall. That's the total you get if you tally $84....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIts fabled bat-like profile materializing silently out of the western sky, a B-2 Stealth bomber swooped 800 feet over bedazzled parade onlookers along Colorado Boulevard before thundering off toward the horizon. What a way to wake up a Rose Parade, if...
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