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Posted on February 24 at 12:17 p.m.
Redbunz - just to clarify, 300 W. Arrellaga is near Bath. Olive is at 500 E. Arrellaga.
On Stabbing on West Arrellaga
Posted on January 28 at 3:51 a.m.
Ms. Gilmore, the chart posted regarding power output and consumption is definitely interesting, but what about going back just a few short years when our demand was exceeding production and the state was going through rolling brownouts?
On No Longer a Rational Option
Posted on November 16 at 9:47 a.m.
Does "frackproject.com" even exist? The link is broken and a google search with the author and website only brings up this article.
It would seem reasonable to either offer the same opportunity to an "industry reporter" or fore-go the guest op-ed thing and stick to Indy staffers writing stories. Your paper is good, why give it away to "news features" like this?
On Hooked on Frack?
Posted on June 7 at 9:56 p.m.
There are still roughly 16-17% of ballots left to count in SB County. If you extrapolate those numbers to SB city (which we cant as we dont know the geographical breakdown of remaining ballots), W and X would have to get nearly 80% of remaining votes to pass. With remaining ballots trending more liberal, passage of the school measures is still plausible but highly unlikely. We will know for sure tomorrow when a large batch should be counted and released.
On June Election Results: Favorites Hold the Line
Posted on May 21 at 8:58 a.m.
Italiansurg: Cottage is already a level 2 trauma center, the only one between LA and the Bay area.
On Cottage Hospital ’Copters Still Taking Flak
Posted on April 17 at 12:40 p.m.
Cool article, although I'm not sure how a 5% increase in fuel mileage equates to $6 per tank. What are you driving Matt??
On Gas Pods Save Money, Maybe Planet
Posted on November 7 at 11:50 a.m.
Nice article Tyler.
This subject provided a good opportunity for readers to compare our local news outlets as they have all written an article on this in the past 2 days. I always find this interesting on TV as well; when a story breaks I like to flip between Fox, MSNBC, and CNN to compare the speed and accuracy of the coverage.
Objectively I have to say the Indy nailed the article, beating everyone not only in # of words but depth as well.
1. Indy2. News-Press3. Daily Sound4. Noozhawk (why does it feel like they always publish re-written press releases?)
On Twiins Tailspin into Bankruptcy
Posted on March 25 at 9:19 a.m.
How many times can Pedro regurgitate the same press releases and press conferences on this issue?
He will be lucky to break 5% in the AG race.
On Nava Says No More ‘Free Ride’
Posted on March 25 at 9:16 a.m.
Mr. Kettman, what was the SBCAG vote breakdown for the project last year? It would be interesting to know who in our city and county governments voted yes or no on the project.
On Suicide Barrier Contract Awarded
Posted on February 25 at 4:28 p.m.
I get anonymous quotes, but a whole article without a single name? Thats just bad journalism.
On Protesting Karl Rove