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  • Zimmerman protest turns violent in San Bernardino; 11 arrested

    Zimmerman protest turns violent in San Bernardino; 11 arrested
    San Bernardino police arrested 11 people Thursday night after protesters decrying the acquittal of George Zimmerman began throwing rocks and bottles, attacking officers and pedestrians. The incident began at about 8 p.m. as marchers moved south along...
  • Fast-food workers across U.S. rally for $15 hourly pay

    Fast-food workers across U.S. rally for $15 hourly pay
    LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK — In the aftermath of the recession, hundreds of workers in low-wage industries have tried to call attention to how difficult it is to survive on the minimum wage. Thursday might have been their biggest effort yet. Fast-...
  • Acting Mayor Gloria rescinds Filner stop-work order for restaurant

    Acting Mayor Gloria rescinds Filner stop-work order for restaurant
    SAN DIEGO - As his last apparent act as mayor, Bob Filner issued a stop-work order for a Jack in the Box expansion in North Park. As his first act as acting mayor, Todd Gloria rescinded the order. At issue is whether Jack in the Box played fast and...
  • Filner, out as mayor, still faces criminal investigation

    Filner, out as mayor, still faces criminal investigation
    SAN DIEGO -- Bob Filner ended his controversial run as mayor Friday, but his legal problems persist. The state attorney general and San Diego County Sheriff's Department are conducting a criminal investigation into Filner's conduct toward women, with...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown reports more than $11,000 in gifts

    Gov. Jerry Brown reports more than $11,000 in gifts
    Gov. Jerry Brown received more than $11,000 in gifts last year, according to a new financial disclosure statement he filed with the state this week. Most of the money came in the form of an $8,400 gift from the San Francisco-based Bay Area Council,...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown, other lawmakers release financial reports for 2013

    Gov. Jerry Brown, other lawmakers release financial reports for 2013
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown received more than $11,000 in gifts last year, and reported assets worth millions of dollars, according to a financial disclosure statement he filed with the state Monday. The bulk of Brown's gifts — $8,400...
  • Man allegedly drunk, holding knife at Jack in the Box

    Police arrested a man who was allegedly drunk and calmly holding a knife at a Newport Beach Jack in the Box on Wednesday afternoon. About 2:20 p.m., officers responded to a call that a drunk man had brandished a knife in a fast-food restaurant in the...
  • Ex-banker's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD headed to jury

    Ex-banker's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD headed to jury
    Jurors are scheduled to begin deliberating Friday in the excessive force and civil rights case of Brian Mulligan, a former co-chairman of Universal Pictures, against the Los Angeles Police Department. The onetime Deutsche Bank vice chairman suffered...
  • LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD heads to jury

    LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD heads to jury
    Jurors are scheduled to begin deliberating Friday in the excessive force and civil rights case of Brian Mulligan, a former co-chairman of Universal Pictures, against the Los Angeles Police Department. The onetime Deutsche Bank vice chairman and La...
  • Dunkin' Donuts plunges west

    Dunkin' Donuts plans to open new stores in California next year, including in Glendale and Burbank, and some of the locations may have drive-thrus and operate 24 hours a day. The chain has more than 15,000 locations throughout the country and...
  • Columbia mall murder-suicide struck the physical heart of community

    Columbia mall murder-suicide struck the physical heart of community
    In the days after a gunman killed two people and himself at The Mall in Columbia, the Nail Trix salon heard from many nervous customers canceling appointments. Manicurist Van Le took several of those calls, struck 15 appointments off his calendar and...