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San Diego: One of California’s best

Sure, some folks have left their hearts in San Francisco and why not, it is one beautiful City by the Bay. bit further north there is the awesome heart of wine country in Napa and Sonoma where splendid grapes become […]

San Diego: One of California’s best

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Sure, some folks have left their hearts in San Francisco and why not, it is one beautiful City by the Bay. bit further north there is the awesome heart of wine country in Napa and Sonoma where splendid grapes become […]

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4th of July fireworks will be on display

Once again the Los Angeles Post-Examiner would like to wish all our readers (and viewers) a safe and Happy Independence Day. Stay safe, don’t drink and drive and be careful

Marcia Ball and Lil’ Ed to perform in San Diego in May

ALLIGATOR ARTISTS TO PERFORM IN SAN DIEGO! Alligator Records artists Marcia Ball and Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials will perform at the Gator By The Bay Festival in San

Team USA and the Dominican Republic in a showdown to see which team moves on

This is a win or go back to Spring Training game for both Team USA and the Dominican Republic, in the World Baseball Classic. Twice in this tournament the

Rain will continue through Saturday and resume Monday

Depending on where you live in the Los Angeles area, expect anywhere from five to 10 inches of rain this weekend. This is the strongest storm to hit Southern

Super Bowl LI: The odds are it will be a great game

Super Bowl LI (51) is turning out to be one of the most anticipated Super Bowls in history. How do we know this little factoid? According to the major

Governor Brown issues State of Emergency

Earlier today Governor Jerry Brown issued a State of Emergency for counties throughout the state, including Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Orange and San Diego Counties. This comes in the wake

Rain causing flooding and evacuations throughout Southern California

After a day of rain, Southern California is experiencing power outages, flooding and evacuations. The 110 freeway in Carson and the 710 in Long Beach have been closed due

Women and men march in solidarity for women’s rights which are human rights

The day after the inauguration they came, by the hundreds of thousands, to cities and small towns across the nation. Millions of women around the world marched in solidarity

NFL Divisional Week was not boring

Before we get to the games from this past weekend, lets look at what has become proof the NFL, both its owners and commissioner, do not give a rat's

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