You may have heard that the house of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was burglarized, back in July. Among the stolen items, was a 64 GB silver iPad.
Today, there's news from the San Jose Mercury News that the iPad was recovered from an unlikely source: It was in the hands of Kenny the Clown, who used it to entertain kids and tourists in the Bay Area.
Miramonte Elementary School in Los Angeles, where the entire staff was temporarily replaced last February after two teachers were accused of lewd conduct with students, opened for the 2012-13 school year on Tuesday with most of the instructors who had been displaced back in the classrooms.
Originally published on Tue August 14, 2012 11:55 am
Originally published on Mon October 22, 2012 9:30 am
Around the country, environmentalists are cooking up ways to battle invasive species by serving them up on a platter.
Southern California will be broiling through the weekend, as a heat wave that has brought record-breaking temperatures continues, the Los Angeles Times says.
That's why the managers of California's power grid have issued a "flex alert" to customers.
They're asking that residents:
-- "Turn off all unnecessary lights."