Generation Of Girls Inspired By Hillary Clinton's Historic EveningIt's the second such milestone these students have witnessed.
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5 Fun Facts About The Anaheim White HouseEven though it may not have the acclaim of the Eastern White House, Anaheim's White House is certainly known for some fun weddings of its own.
UC Irvine's Ndiaye Declares For NBA Draft, Would Become Tallest Player In LeagueUC Irvine junior Mamadou Ndiaye could make history as the tallest player in NBA Draft this summer.
Raiders' Mack Becomes 1st Player Ever Selected As AP All-Pro At 2 PositionsKhalil Mack became the first player in NFL history to be selected as an AP All-Pro at two seperate positions in the same season.
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KNX On Your Corner: Downey HistoryWhen it comes to achievements in aerospace, there's no argument many of those were made in Downey.
Fifth-Grade Teacher With Passion For History Utilizes Song And Dance In The ClassroomA teacher in Pacific Palisades has taken an innovative approach to teaching history by utilizing song-and-dance in the classroom.
Civil War Cannonball Discovered In Orange County Raises Questions Amongst HistoriansA cannonball said to date back to the Civil War is raising questions amongst historians after being discovered in San Diego Creek near Irvine.
KNX On Your Corner: Artesia HistoryThere's a lot of history in the city of Artesia, and the city's historical society is doing its best to keep that history alive.
An Epidemic: Top 10 Outbreaks In U.S. HistoryThroughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
Running On Empty: HistoryThe war over water in California dates back more than a century, and the drought has reopened some of the old wounds.

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