The choice is no longer just male or female.
The vice president of the Chino Valley Unified School Board is under fire as the result of a 10-minute rant at a board meeting, covering everything from marriage equality to the confederate flag.
In a statement, the 61-year-old Hogan apologized for using “offensive language” in a conversation eight years ago.
Donuts were on the house — adorned in red white and blue sprinkles.
Deputy Fire Chief Bryan Batiste says the removal of four defibrillators from their trucks and ambulances shouldn’t worry residents.
Saturday night, a few thousand people will sprawl out on the lawn at Evergreen Cemetery to watch fire works on Mt. Rubidoux.
One mom told CBS2’s Amy Johnson that she wasn’t defending jokes her son Jared tweeted – but says the school went too far.
“It’s like we’re glorifying someone who wanted to keep your grandparents in bondage,” said one parent.
“When you think of Hawaii what do you think of? You think of beautiful oceans, palm trees — you don’t want to look at a building,” said Miki Lani.
The Goreshters, immigrants from the former Soviet Union, were afraid they could lose their condo.
Video of the dog being shot (at least four shots were fired) went viral and sparked international outrage.
Officials want the dogs gone by Saturday — or else.
Speitel wrote: “I’ve been in LA a loooong time and the distruction I see all over is from Mexicans.”
Hunter Moore, 28, struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors this past February.
“It worked really, really well,” he said, “it went really, really smoothly.”