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Archive for March 16th, 2013
Police say a 4-year-old boy and two men were left wounded after bullets penetrated the walls of a garage in Pasadena.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles is seeking to delay upcoming sex abuse trials or move them out of Los Angeles because it doesn't believe it can get a fair jury.
Law enforcement officials will be out in force this weekend, looking for drunk drivers whose over-indulgence could cost them a whopping $15,649.
Opening statements begin Monday in the murder trial of Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, who spent two decades impersonating a member of the fabled Rockefeller family.
Critics say the act is being used well beyond its intended purpose and instead is employed by unions, activist groups and even rival developers to delay or stop projects they don't like.
A mother who drove her teenage son and his friends to a Long Beach park to kill a 13-year-old gang rival has been convicted of murder in her third trial.
Santa Ana police say two people inside a stolen car have been shot and wounded by officers after a brief freeway chase.
Environmental agencies are coming together to start a new push to rebuild the Angeles National Forest. The land is still recovering after the Station Fire burned almost 161,000-acres in 2009.
In his short time in the Senate, Tea Party Republican Ted Cruz has already made a mark — and in doing so, he's simply ignored a tradition of new senators being seen, not heard.
The number of U.S. wineries has climbed from 400 to 7,000 since the 1970s. And some of those local wines are "stunning," says wine expert Jancis Robinson.
As a member of Parliament, she is now at times working alongside the government, a development that could cost her backing from her traditional supporters.
Legislation passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee inspired a few extreme examples for and against it. But the battle might just get tougher on the Senate floor, particularly for the proposed assault weapons ban.
The Velasalavaysay Panorama in the Historic West Adams district focuses on entertainment technology that was popular before film.