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  • Review: 'Beyond the Lights'

    Review: 'Beyond the Lights'
    "Beyond the Lights" is another pain-behind-the-music romance. But it's so well-written, cast and played that we lose ourselves in the comfort-food familiarity of it all. This hip-hop era "Bodyguard" has heart and soul, thanks to stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw,...
  • LAPD officer pleads not guilty to faking military forms for paid leave

    A veteran Los Angeles Police officer pleaded not guilty Thursday to stealing public funds related to allegations of submitting fictitious military leave documents on several occasions. Christine Bulicz, a 15-year LAPD officer and a California Army...
  • Suspended cornerback Josh Shaw featured on USC-Cal program cover

    Suspended cornerback Josh Shaw featured on USC-Cal program cover
    USC cornerback Josh Shaw, who was suspended indefinitely before the season, was a presence at Thursday night’s game against California at the Coliseum. Shaw’s photo appeared on the cover of the game program. The programs, which also...
  • 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...
  • A year after Joseph Gatto slaying, LAPD again asks for public's help

    A year after Joseph Gatto slaying, LAPD again asks for public's help
    A year after Joseph Gatto, a local artist and the father of a state assemblyman, was killed inside his Silver Lake home, the 78-year-old's family and LAPD officials repeated their pleas for the public's help in solving the case. Gatto, a retired teacher...
  • McDonnell claims victory in L.A. County sheriff's race

    McDonnell claims victory in L.A. County sheriff's race
    Jim McDonnell gave a victory speech to his supporters Tuesday night, with early returns showing him ahead of Paul Tanaka in the race for Los Angeles County sheriff by a margin of 75% to 25%. Campaign aides said they had not received a concession phone...
  • Army veteran back from Afghanistan is shot dead in Sylmar

    Army veteran back from Afghanistan is shot dead in Sylmar
    A 21-year-old Army veteran who recently returned from Afghanistan was fatally shot after a dispute on a Sylmar street early Sunday, police said. Francisco Garcia died at the scene of the shooting in the 13200 block of Dronfield Street before 2 a.m.,...
  • Manhattan D.A. pledges $35M to end untested 'rape kit' backlog in U.S.

    The Manhattan district attorney's office has pledged up to $35 million in grant money to help end a nationwide backlog of untested "rape kits," a move that could help uncover serial offenders after similar efforts led to a slew of convictions in Detroit....
  • Trial in actor Stephen Collins' ugly divorce case postponed

    Trial in actor Stephen Collins' ugly divorce case postponed
    Actor Stephen Collins and his wife of 27 years, Faye Grant, were scheduled to face off Wednesday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom for a divorce trial that was likely to be laced with ugly details. But in the hours leading up to the trial, attorney...
  • LAPD searching for shooting suspect in Highland Park

    LAPD searching for shooting suspect in Highland Park
    A busy Highland Park thoroughfare was shut down Tuesday night as LAPD officers searched for a male suspect believed to have shot another man. The shooting occurred about 9:20 p.m. in the 6000 block of Fayette Street, said LAPD Officer Nuria Vanegas....
  • Long Beach gets its first Latino police chief

    Long Beach gets its first Latino police chief
    Long Beach officials announced Tuesday that a top deputy police chief has been selected to head the city's Police Department and will become the first Latino to run the law enforcement agency. Robert G. Luna, a 29-year department veteran, takes over...