The Lodi News-Sentinel
I've been at the News-Sentinel since May 2002 and am the police and courts
reporter. It's a daily paper with a circulation of 17,000, and there is
just enough excitement to make my job quite fun.
The State Hornet
This is the newspaper where I worked for two years, one of those years
as editor, and it serves the California State University, Sacramento,
campus of approximately 30,000 students and faculty.
The Associated Press
The AP is the largest news wire service in the world. Not only are the
stories published quickly, but my second cousin is in the highest ranks
of the organization. (Yes, I'm proud of her; do a search for Linda Deutsch
and you'll find thousands of articles.)
Rapidly becoming one of the best news sources on the Web, Google's latest
creation searches more than 4,000 news sources and automatically updates
it constantly. It's all automated so that no person is behind it, deciding
what is the biggest news.
This news on this site is often the most current, because it pulls articles
from a variety of sources, including the AP and Reuters (another international
The site has been scaled back a bit because of the fallout of the dot-com
industry, but it still keeps up on the most current news.
The Drudge Report
Often one of the first sites to break big stories -- both true and false
stories -- this site also has links to some of the most current news available
online, as well as links to many other news sites.
The Sacramento Bee
My former city's main newspaper, it has a circulation of about 400,000.
The Mt. Shasta Herald/Weed Press
Updated weekly on Wednesdays, this is the newspaper for my home town.
This is the best search engine I have ever seen in my travels over the
Internet. Surround phrases with quotation marks, and it will only return
pages that have that full phrase. Other features include image, catalog
and news searches.
This one uses other search engines and returns results from each engine.