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Hollywood Park: Bugler Jay Cohen on 25 years of calling the races

Before Sunday's final race at Hollywood Park, fans for one last time will hear the music of Jay Cohen — the 75-year-old track's official bugler.

UCLA sued over primate research records

An animal rights group has sued the University of California, Los Angeles, for refusing to release records on its use of primates in lab experiments.

Moorpark High update: Student was 'either going to hurt others or hurt himself'

A Moorpark High student who deputies believe was behind the threats that closed the school Thursday morning was found dead on railway tracks near the campus.

2 tour bus crashes kill 1, injure dozens on Interstate 15 (updated)

The crashes of two tour buses on Interstate 15 were only the latest in a string of crashes that have injured dozens in recent months.

LA jury reaches verdict in disputed Warhol case

An Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah Fawcett belongs to actor Ryan O'Neal, a jury determined Thursday.

Lakers' Kobe Bryant likely to miss 6 weeks with fracture in knee

The Lakers' official Twitter account carried a tweet Thursday that said Bryant has a fracture of the lateral tibial plateau.

Riverside offers animal rescue training for volunteers who work wildfires, disasters

The Riverside Emergency Animal Rescue System wants to enroll more volunteers and will host a training session on Jan. 11.

Farewell Hollywood Park: A look back at the historic track in archival photos

Hollywood Park opened in 1938, catering to the rich, the beautiful and the famous. And this Sunday, this city landmark will close its doors after one last race.

Bay Area's steep housing costs spark return to communal living

With the cost of rent skyrocketing in the Bay Area, more young professionals are turning to communal, or "co-living" methods to stay afloat.

LA gay couple to marry on Rose Parade's world stage

Danny LeClair and Aubrey Loots have always done things with panache, since the first time they laid eyes on each other on a dance floor fogged up with dry ice.

Amid fields of plenty, farmworker's wife struggles to feed family

Many can't afford to buy the fresh produce that grows all around them, and some areas that grow enormous amounts of produce are among the highest in food insecurity.

LAPD Chief Beck on deadly police pursuits, jaywalking crackdown and more

A dramatic police pursuit last Friday saw LA Sheriffs, California Highway Patrol and LA Police pursue a suspect in a speeding Corvette for nearly an hour.

Pfeiffer fire: Weather to help crews battling Big Sur blaze

Firefighters were expected to get some help Wednesday from the weather as they battle an unusual late fall wildfire that has destroyed more than a dozen homes.

Los Angeles's 'Carmageddon' bridge over I-405 opens

The Mulholland Bridge over the 405 Freeway reopened Wednesday morning. The two phase-demolition of the bridge was the cause behind the first "Carmageddon."

What it's like to live on low pay in a land of plenty

Silicon Valley employees at Apple, Google and Facebook are highly paid. Yet one-third of the households in the county don't earn enough for basic living expenses.

Winning Mega Millions tickets sold in California and Georgia

Two winning tickets for the Mega Millions lottery jackpot were sold to winners in California and Georgia Tuesday night. It's the second-largest jackpot in history.