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  • Two Long Beach men held on suspicion of running PCP lab in home

    Two Long Beach men were arrested Friday after an alleged lab for producing PCP was discovered, officials say. Authorities responded about 1 a.m. to a home in the 4300 block of Maury Avenue after neighbors reported a strong chemical smell, according to a...
  • Fourth victim of Washington high school shooting dies

    Andrew Fryberg, one of the students shot at a Washington state high school last month, succumbed to his injuries Friday night, according to Harborview Medical Center officials. Fryberg, 15, died 14 days after he was shot in the head at Marysville-...
  • Encino man pleads not guilty in Griffith Park attack

    Encino man pleads not guilty in Griffith Park attack
    An Encino man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to attacking a man with a rock and a steel trash can at Griffith Park, authorities said. Tyrone Isumu, 54, is charged with attempted murder after severely injuring the man, who is comatose and has paralysis,...
  • More than 60% of state parole agents' caseloads exceed policy limits

    More than 60% of state parole agents' caseloads exceed policy limits
    More than 60% of California’s parole agents monitoring sex offenders have caseloads that exceed department policy, a report released Wednesday from the Office of the Inspector General found. An agent can have 20 high-risk or 40 non-high-risk...
  • Missing Fox executive's remains found by hikers in rural desert

    The remains of Gavin Smith, a 20th Century Fox distribution executive who disappeared more than two years ago, have been found and positively identified by the Los Angeles County coroner, authorities said late Wednesday. Smith had not been seen since...
  • Proposition 46, on medical malpractice awards, fails

    Proposition 46, which would have changed California's medical malpractice law, has failed, AP reports. It would have raised the limit on lawsuit awards for pain and suffering from $250,000 to about $1.1 million, to account for inflation since the cap...
  • Police may have found remains of missing Virginia student Hannah Graham

    Police may have found remains of missing Virginia student Hannah Graham
    Virginia police may have located the remains of Hannah Graham, a University of Virginia student who has been missing since September. Speaking to reporters Saturday evening, Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo said officers with the...
  • Two charged in fatal hit-and-run of pedestrian in wheelchair

    Two charged in fatal hit-and-run of pedestrian in wheelchair
    Los Angeles County prosecutors have charged the driver of a Cadillac SUV with fatally striking a man in a wheelchair last month in Pacoima and fleeing the scene. Tatiana Cacho, 24, of Pacoima was arrested after detectives received anonymous tips from...
  • 7 football players arrested in New Jersey hazing, sexual assault case

    Seven high school football players have been arrested in a hazing scandal in central New Jersey, and three of them have been charged with sex crimes for assaults on freshman team members last month, prosecutors said. Six of the defendants, whose...
  • 'Affirmative consent' law might not deter rapists

    To the editor: Jonah Goldberg's anger is misplaced. While I agree that the new law signed by the governor seeking to define what is lawful "consent" in sexual encounters between college students is difficult if not impossible to enforce, Goldberg has...
  • Former USC professor pleads guilty to lying on grant application

    Former USC professor pleads guilty to lying on grant application
    A former USC professor pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal fraud charge of lying on a U.S. Department of Energy research grant application, authorities said. Alexander Tartakovsky, 59, pleaded guilty to one count of making a false statement on an...