Pyongyang would regard any attempts to strangle the country via U.N. Security Council sanctions as an attempt “to declare war”Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/zz/news/20171020/having-nuclear-weapons-matter-of-life-and-death-for-north-korea?rssfeed=true
Cop killer raises his middle fingers, curses state as he is put to deathOriginal Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/zz/news/20171020/curses-obscene-gestures-before-alabama-inmate-is-executed-for-killing-cop?rssfeed=true
VICTORVILLE — As apartment rental rates continue to increase across the state, one High Desert municipality has been ranked as having the fastest rising rate in the region.Victorville experienced the fastest rising apartment rent in the area in September, with the average price of a two-bedroom unit up 15.9 percent from the previous year, according to ApartmentList.com.Considered the largest city in the eastern High Desert, Victorville ranked seventh nationally in […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20171020/victorville-among-highest-in-region-as-rental-rates-continue-to-rise?rssfeed=true
WRIGHTWOOD — Motorists traveling to the Table Mountain Campground will have an easier time finding their way thanks to the hard work of a local boy scout.Drawing on his own experience of the difficulties traveling the mountain roads to the campground, located just east of Wrightwood off Highway 2, 14-year-old Landon Rushworth decided to offer directional assistance in the form of road signs.A Boy Scout with Troop 351, […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20171020/directional-assistance-local-boy-scout-installing-signposts-at-115-campsites?rssfeed=true
ANAHEIM — If only the sight of a deeply-pained Cam Fowler having to be helped off the ice didn’t exist, the Ducks would have reveled in a night of many firsts that ended with an opponent in total collapse.
A spirited three-goal first period segued into a horrific second to survive before the wild contest with Montreal morphed into free-for-all third, where the Ducks put away the woeful Canadiens with three goals in 97 seconds and took home a 6-2 victory before a sellout crowd at Honda Center.
There was enough drama to make a network executive blush but the lingering
ANAHEIM — Carrying signs and shouting slogans, about 100 protesters crowded Friday night outside of the Marriott Hotel to denounce a speech by President Donald Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon at the California Republican Party’s convention .
“Boycott the Marriott” and “Racists go home” the boisterous throng yelled in unison while corralled behind a metal barrier across the street from the hotel.
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Huntington Beach High junior linebacker John Gosney said he relied on “heart” to end Marina’s threat late in the fourth quarter on Friday night at Sheue Field.
The Vikings were 27 yards from trying to tie the score with 19 seconds left when Gosney tripped up quarterback Ian Green to preserve a 28-20 Sunset League victory on the Oilers’ homecoming night.
Green rolled toward the Vikings’ sideline about to launch a pass toward the end zone when Gosney grabbed at his feet for a game-saving sack.
“I just saw open field and the quarterback,” Gosney said. “I better get