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  • Burbank moves closer to banning retail pet sales

     
    Burbank moved one step closer to banning retail pet sales this week, following in the footsteps of West Hollywood, Glendale and other cities that have taken similar hard lines against puppy and kitten mills....
  • Maitland’s homepage resurrects ‘Honorable Character Oath’ in wake of Bonus scandal

     
    By Anika Palm The homepage of the City of Maitland website typically lists current city business, so an item at the top of the site today is unusual because it’s more than a year old. The very first item displayed under “Maitland News”...
  • Gaetz unveils massive ethics overhaul proposal

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Incoming Senate President Don Gaetz told reporters Tuesday that one of his top priorities for the 2013 legislative session is an ethics proposal that would potentially eliminate powerful fundraising committees, strengthen conflict of...
  • Whining in Bethlehem

     
    I'm disappointed by the reactions of two Bethlehem residents who sent letters to the editor (published today) complaining about last weekend's Runners World magazine marathon and related races staged on the city's South Side. One resident criticized...
  • Comic-Con International to remain in San Diego through 2016

     
    San Diego has won a skirmish in its war with Los Angeles and Anaheim to retain Comic-Con International, but the ......
  • Jerry Brown, other elected pols had seats for Giants' wins in S.F.

     
    The Giants' World Series games against the Detroit Tigers last week in San Francisco were the hottest tickets in town, but while most Californians couldn’t get seats unless they were willing to pay brokers highly inflated prices, the state’s...
  • Former Bell police chief's effort to double pension is rejected

     
    A judge has rejected an effort by Bell’s former police chief to more than double his annual pension to $510,000 a year, saying that the City Council never approved his extravagant contract and that city officials tried to keep his salary secret....
  • Police still seeking suspect in deadly Downey shooting rampage

     
    More than 24 hours after the attack, Downey police continue to search for the man they say gunned downed five family members -- killing three and wounding another two -- in what a city official described as a drug-related hit....
  • Republican Party of Florida ad slams Castor Dentel, accuses her of campaigning on school time

     
    The Republican Party of Florida is up on TV with an aggressive ad that stretches the truth in accusing Democrat Karen Castor Dentel, the Maitland elementary school teacher who is running against Republican Rep. Scott Plakon in House District 30, of...
  • Scotland Yard may move its famous headquarters

     
    Scotland Yard, one of the world's most famous police forces, unveiled plans Tuesday to move from its iconic headquarters in central London to a smaller building around the corner. The Yard, also known as the Metropolitan Police Service, has proposed the...
  • 2 lawmakers call for probe of Cal State's legislative report card

     
    Two state Senators call for investigation of university's legislative report card...
  • Ethics commission dismisses compaint against Gary Siplin

     
    The Florida Commission on Ethics has dismissed a complaint against outgoing state Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando, prompted by a taxpayer-funded newsletter Siplin sent out this summer promoting his wife — and then-Senate candidate — Victoria...