Monthly Archives: September 2011

COSMOS: Satellite went up, must come down

There is a 1-in-22 trillion chance that you’ll be struck by a large piece of satellite on Friday. A defunct NASA weather satellite is expected to tumble back into the atmosphere and plummet to Earth, presumably Friday afternoon, eastern time. … Continue reading

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INLAND: Delaying freeway maintenance is risky, experts say

Robert Ashton merged into the fast lane of northbound Interstate 215 just past Central Avenue in Riverside on a recent Thursday morning. Traffic was light and there wasn’t a car in front of him. But that didn’t mean he had … Continue reading

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OFF-ROAD: Permits for events frustrate racers, opponents

Phil Klasky and Dave Cole are on opposing sides of the debate of whether off-road racing is appropriate on public lands in Southern California. But both agree they don’t like the way the Bureau of Land Management is charging for … Continue reading

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