Forget grandmother getting run over by a reindeer.
I do not watch the American Music Awards.
Count your blessings this Thanksgiving that you live in Manteca.
It's tempting to want to handcuff police in how they protect us especially if our property as innocent third parties is somehow damaged or compromised as the result of a pursuit or a police action.
Get ready for the financial equivalent of Armageddon.
Is there anything worse for your pocketbook and the future of this state than the California Legislature?
You'll find the future of downtown thriving in the shell of a ghost.
I uttered just two words – "yes ma'am."
Out on North Powers Avenue along the stretch that runs from Yosemite Avenue to the fire station, city crews were busy Monday blasting paint off the pavement that separates the bike lane from the travel lane.
Tucked at the bottom of a trinket box that I brought with me when I moved several months ago was a trophy that I assumed was one of the Little League tokens handed out to every player when the season concludes.
It was the Great Depression that ironically gave rise to the popularity of Monopoly.
Comcast Cable TV customers are getting hit with pass-thru franchise fees that are projected to bring in $500,000 into the City of Manteca's general fund when the fiscal year ends June 30, 2010.
The first time I met Father Joe he was spread eagle in front of my mom's home with a Lincoln Police officer standing over him.
If you listen to the politicians and pundits in Washington, D.C., every move being made by President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats and Republicans is all about the 2010 midterm elections.
No journalist who has followed Lt. Gov. John Garamendi over the years could be surprised at his answer to the final question at Monday night's debate at St. Mary's College among candidates competing to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher, D-Walnut Creek, in Tuesday's special election. When an opportunity for fulsome flattery presents itself, Garamendi does not miss a beat.