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  • San Gabriel man sentenced to prison for smuggling 46 turtles

    San Gabriel man sentenced to prison for smuggling 46 turtles
    A San Gabriel man tried to avoid detection when he smuggled nearly four dozen endangered turtles, but he wasn't fast enough. Kwong Wa Cheung, 36, was sentenced Tuesday to serve two months in federal prison for trying to smuggle 46 turtles and...
  • University of Virginia suspends fraternities after rape allegations

    University of Virginia suspends fraternities after rape allegations
    The University of Virginia suspended all fraternity activities and asked police to investigate a 2012 sexual assault in the wake of a damning Rolling Stone article that suggested the Charlottesville campus failed to protect students from potential...
  • Gardena man charged with murder in barbershop shooting

    Gardena man charged with murder in barbershop shooting
    A Gardena man was charged Thursday with killing a South Los Angeles barber during a robbery earlier this year. Mark Lequan Alford, 35, is charged with one count of murder with the special circumstances of a robbery, and with using a gun. Alford is...
  • Man who ordered 'We love ISIS' hat arrested on weapons charges

    Man who ordered 'We love ISIS' hat arrested on weapons charges
    Prosecutors have filed charges against a man they say ordered a "We Love ISIS" hat and proclaimed that "millions of Americans are going to die." David Diaz Sr., 54, of San Mateo faces weapon charges after police and FBI investigators found two illegal...
  • Ex-cop in killing rampage last year stalked LAPD chief's father

    Ex-cop in killing rampage last year stalked LAPD chief's father
    Among the stalking targets of a disgruntled former LAPD cop who went on a murderous rampage last year was Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck's father, a department spokesman said Thursday. Christopher Dorner led authorities on a massive, 10-day...
  • The drumbeat of innocence: Another wrongfully convicted man is freed

    The drumbeat of innocence: Another wrongfully convicted man is freed
    A few weeks ago, North Carolina freed two half-brothers from prison — one from death row — after 30 years because the men were innocent of the murder for which they were convicted. Now the state has released another man who spent 38 years in...
  • 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...