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  • Body of victim recovered from Big Four Ice Caves in Washington

    VERLOT, Wash. The body of a 34-year-old woman killed in Monday's partial collapse of the Big Four Ice Caves in Washington's Cascade Range was recovered Tuesday despite treacherous conditions, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said.
  • Compton fire chief put on administrative leave following Times reports

    Compton fire chief put on administrative leave following Times reports
    Compton Fire Chief Jon Thompson was placed on leave Tuesday as the city launched an investigation after a series of Times reports on breakdowns in the fire agency's management of emergency medical care. City Manager Johnny Ford said officials would...

    Hail a robo-cab, save the planet? Why driverless taxis are good for the environment

    If you want to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, consider commuting by robo-cab. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory report that by 2030, traveling by driverless taxi could lower greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 90% compared...

    Mochi ice cream maker Mikawaya is sold to private equity firm

    Mochi ice cream maker Mikawaya is sold to private equity firm
    Mikawaya, a 105-year-old Little Tokyo confectionary company known for inventing mochi ice cream, has been acquired by private equity firm Century Park Capital Partners. The El Segundo-based private equity firm plans to bring mochi ice cream to a wider...

    The myth of L.A. as a 'creatives' paradise -- and why loving the city means seeing its flaws

    The myth of L.A. as a 'creatives' paradise -- and why loving the city means seeing its flaws
    In the last several months, a wondrous mythology has emerged about Los Angeles in cultural circles. A steady drip of articles — in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and other outlets — have abused countless adjectives in describing...