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  • Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say

    Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say
    The blaze that destroyed an historic black church in South Carolina this week left "no indicator of criminal intent" and may have been the result of a lightning strike, law enforcement officials said Thursday. The fire that tore through Mt. Zion African...
  • Measles death in Washington state is first in U.S. in 12 years

    Measles death in Washington state is first in U.S. in 12 years
    Measles led to the death of a Washington state woman this spring, marking the first time in 12 years someone in the United States has been killed as a result of the disease, public health officials said. The Clallam County woman died in April of...
  • Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares agree to title bout

    Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares agree to title bout
    Southland-based super-bantamweight world champion Leo Santa Cruz will take the major test many have pushed him for when he meets former three-division champion Abner Mares on Aug. 29 at Staples Center. Santa Cruz (30-0-1, 17 knockouts) told The Times on...
  • Ed Davis signing with Portland Trail Blazers, report says

    Ed Davis signing with Portland Trail Blazers, report says
    Not only have the Lakers struck out luring other team's free agents, they've reportedly lost one of their own. According to Yahoo Sports, Davis will sign a three-year, $20-million contract with the Portland Trail Blazers, once the league's annual...
  • Hollywood intern case dealt setback by federal appeals court

    Hollywood intern case dealt setback by federal appeals court
    Unpaid internships have long been a fixture of Hollywood, as much a part of show business as lavish Oscar parties, expense account lunches and prima donna actors. In exchange for a foot in the industry's exceedingly narrow door, these uncompensated...
  • Injectable diabetes medicine drives down weight, too, research finds

    Injectable diabetes medicine drives down weight, too, research finds
    The diabetes medication liraglutide helped more than twice as many obese subjects in a clinical trial lose 5% of their body weight, and more than three times as many lose a tenth of their body weight, compared with subjects taking a placebo, according...
  • New Horizons spacecraft sees strange black spots on Pluto's equator

    New Horizons spacecraft sees strange black spots on Pluto's equator
    Recent images taken by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft reveal four mysterious dark spots that appear to be evenly spaced along Pluto's equator. Each of the spots is about 300 miles in diameter and has a surface area similar in size to the state of...
  • Comic-Con will stay in San Diego until 2018

    Comic-Con will stay in San Diego until 2018
    After months of speculation, the massive convergence of comics, movies, TV, cosplay and marketing known as Comic-Con International will stay in San Diego for (at least) a few more years. The mayor of San Diego, Kevin Faulconer, revealed the extension at...
  • Five Cleveland police officers to face charges in deadly 2012 pursuit

    Five Cleveland police officers to face charges in deadly 2012 pursuit
    Five Cleveland police officers who supervised a wild 2012 pursuit that left two people dead will face dereliction-of-duty charges in the suburb where the chase came to its deadly end, prosecutors said Thursday. Lt. Paul Wilson, Sgt. Patricia Coleman,...
  • Fake Masonic police aimed to improve relations with black community, lawyer says

    Fake Masonic police aimed to improve relations with black community, lawyer says
    The trio accused of running a so-called Masonic police department created the agency in an attempt to improve relations between African Americans and law enforcement, said a lawyer for one of the three defendants.  Attorney Gary Casselman said that...
  • Indiana law spurs 'fireworks tourism' from Illinoisans

    Indiana's more lenient fireworks regulations can mean a Fourth of July boon in business for Lake County, which borders Illinois, according to experts. Most consumer fireworks are banned in Illinois. But over the border, 100 businesses are licensed to...