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Recent articles by Robert:

Union leader wounded during RFK assassination dies at 97

Paul Schrade was among five people who were wounded but survived the June 1968 shooting at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. → Read More

California facing chance of blackouts amid brutal heat wave

California is facing its highest chance of blackouts this year as a brutal heat wave continues to blanket the state with triple-digit temperatures. State energy officials said the electrical load Tuesday afternoon could top 51,000 megawatts, the highest demand the state has ever seen. → Read More

California weathers heat wave without rolling blackouts

Forecasters say extreme heat will continue in many Western areas through the week. → Read More

California facing chance of blackouts amid brutal heat wave

State energy officials said the electrical load on Tuesday potentially could hit 51,000 megawatts, the highest demand ever seen in California. → Read More

California facing chance of blackouts amid brutal heat wave

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California will face its highest chance of blackouts this year as a brutal heat wave continues to blanket the state with triple-digit heat, officials warned Monday. As people cra… → Read More

California facing chance of blackouts amid brutal heat wave

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California is facing its highest chance of blackouts this year as a brutal heat wave continues to blanket the state with triple-digit temperatures. State energy officials said the electrical load Tuesday afternoon could top 51,000 megawatts, the highest demand the state has ever seen. → Read More

West Coast dockworkers still talking after contract expires

A contract between shipping companies and 22,000 West Coast dockworkers has expired → Read More

Man gets life for killings in California, Texas

A man who pleaded guilty to a series of Southern California robberies and attacks that killed five men and injured seven others has been given multiple life sentences → Read More

Man gets life for killings in California, Texas

A man who pleaded guilty to a series of Southern California attacks that killed five men and injured seven others was sentenced Friday to life in prison without possibility of parole. → Read More

Man sentenced to life for killings in California, Texas

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who pleaded guilty to a series of Southern California attacks that killed five men and injured seven others was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Ramon Escobar, 50, received multiple life sentences after entering guilty pleas to murder with special circumstances and attempted murder. In a Zoom call hearing, he also pleaded guilty to… → Read More

Man sentenced to life for killings in California, Texas

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who pleaded guilty to a series of Southern California attacks that killed five men and injured seven others was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Ramon Escobar, 50, received multiple life sentences after entering guilty pleas to murder with special circumstances and attempted murder. In a Zoom call hearing, he also pleaded guilty to… → Read More

Millions must cut water use in drought-stricken California

Southern California's gigantic water supplier took the unprecedented step Tuesday of requiring about 6 million people to cut their outdoor watering to one day a week as drought continues to plague the state. → Read More

Millions must cut water use in drought-stricken California

Southern California’s gigantic water supplier has taken the unprecedented step of requiring about 6 million people to cut their outdoor watering to one day a week as drought continues to plague the state → Read More

California corporate diversity law ruled unconstitutional

A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California’s landmark law mandating that corporate boards have ethnic or LGBT members violates the state Constitution → Read More

California corporate diversity law ruled unconstitutional

A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California’s landmark law mandating that corporate boards have ethnic or LGBT members violates the state Constitution → Read More

California corporate diversity law ruled unconstitutional

A Los Angeles judge ruled Friday that California’s landmark law mandating that corporations diversify their boards with members from certain racial, ethnic or LGBT groups is unconstitutional. → Read More

UCLA settles gynecologist abuse suit for more than $100M

Dr. James Heaps was accused of sexually abusing several hundred women during his time at UCLA. → Read More

Western storms bring flood threats, snow for Christmas

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two people died in a submerged car, evacuations were ordered for wildfire-scarred California, and Seattle and Portland faced the rare chance of snowy streets as a wave of storms rolled through the West. The new storms, which could drop rain and snow over much of the region into next week and plunge the Pacific Northwest into a lengthy cold snap, follow a now-departed… → Read More

1 dead in Arkansas tornado; roof collapse at Illinois Amazon

One person was killed when an apparent tornado ripped through an Arkansas nursing home, and emergency crews in southern Illinois are also responding to reports of injuries at an Amazon warehouse after a roof collapsed → Read More

Dozens feared dead as tornadoes, storms strike US states

At least two people were killed when a reported tornado ripped through an Arkansas nursing home, and emergency crews in southern Illinois are also responding to reports of injuries at an Amazon warehouse after a roof collapsed. → Read More