Brooklyn continues to get more expensive and the Times, now and forever, is on it. Today, they bring us the tragic tale of a random white couple, the Hustons, that moved to the borough a few years ago, then...
There may be a growing number of applications for smartphones, but people in the US tend to cling to the few they like and shun the rest, an industry tracker says. Nearly two-thirds of US smartphone owners download no applications monthly, comScore said in its Mobile App Report. Nearly half of all app -- mini-programs -- downloads were done by just seven percent of smartphone owners in any given month, according to the report that was released Thursday. Fun, functional or hip apps for smartphones or tablets are seen by analysts as key to the popularity of the devices, and rivals such as Apple, Google and Microsoft work hard to get developers to tailor apps to devices powered by their software.
Secret Witness is offering a $1,500 reward for information about a series of suspicious fires in Red Bluff.
Fire investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at the Sigma Chi fraternity early Friday morning.
New water customers in Chico and Willows will pay for water they never used.
It has been about a month of work now for the two new teams. The dogs are dual-trained, experienced in narcotic detection and handler protection canines.