Posts Tagged ‘the-cold’

Austin Wagner recalls value of Nate Thompson’s mentoring after shining in Kings’ loss

Austin Wagner was told to be ready to play when the Kings gathered for their morning skate. It wasn’t a motivational figure of speech. The rookie knew something was brewing, and it turned out to be his first taste of the cold realities of the NHL trade deadline

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NASA’s New Horizons to make history with far-out visit to Ultima Thule

In the cold vacuum of space, 1 billion miles past Pluto, a piano-sized spacecraft is about to make history. NASA’s New Horizons probe is scheduled to fly past a mysterious object known as Ultima Thule at 9:33 p.m

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Trump is winning his crusade against asylum seekers

Here’s the cold, hard, disheartening reality about the Trump administration’s policies toward those arriving at the nation’s borders seeking asylum: Many more people with legitimate claims are likely being sent home to perilous conditions despite federal and international laws recognizing the right…

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Orange County’s riverside homeless begin trading tents for motel vouchers, other aid as camp is cleared

The crowd of homeless men and women lined up along the Santa Ana River trail to collect motel vouchers before bidding goodbye to Orange County’s largest homeless camp. As they inched forward wearing woolen caps and hoodies in the cold Tuesday morning, county workers tried to answer their questions…

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Warriors rally late to defeat Cavaliers in Game 3 and move to within one win of NBA title

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant made a 26-foot three-pointer that broke the hearts of the 20,562 people assembled at Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night. Throughout the second half, the Cleveland Cavaliers fans had hope.

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At ‘Wonder Woman’ premiere, forget girl power. It’s about gender equality

A makeshift bleacher brimming with fans fringed the blue carpet at Thursday night’s world premiere of “Wonder Woman,” a few brave women withstanding the cold to don the superhero’s signature shoulder-baring costume. The premiere, which was held in advance of the film’s cinematic release on June…

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15 years after a boy was kidnapped and sexually assaulted in Northridge, DNA leads LAPD to the suspect

Fifteen years after a man kidnapped a 14-year-old boy at gunpoint, blindfolded him and then sexually assaulted him, Los Angeles police arrested a suspect this week after a DNA match cracked the cold case open. Mirek Paul Voyt, a 54-year-old former grocery store manager, was arrested at his Hollywood..

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15 years after a boy was kidnapped and sexually assaulted in Northridge, DNA leads LAPD to the suspect

Fifteen years after a man kidnapped a 14-year-old boy at gunpoint, blindfolded him and then sexually assaulted him, Los Angeles police arrested a suspect this week after a DNA match cracked the cold case open. Mirek Paul Voyt, a 54-year-old former grocery store manager, was arrested at his Hollywood..

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Guess who’s coming to town? That’s right, the gray whales, and we have some tips for finding them

The winter gray whale season has begun in California, with dozens of sightings signaling bigger things to come, and peak numbers arriving in January, when the animals flee the cold Alaska winter for their warm breeding grounds off Mexico. An estimated 20,000 to 25,000 Pacific gray whales migrate..

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Record-low temperatures grip much of the nation

Dangerous, record-low temperatures caused cancellations of some holiday festivities in the Plains and Midwest over the weekend before the cold front pushed into the Ohio Valley and the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday. The National Weather Service forecast a warming trend to start early in the week in..

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