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  • Rizzo wasn't Bell 'mastermind,' assistant was, attorney says

    Rizzo wasn't Bell 'mastermind,' assistant was, attorney says
    Former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo is not the brains behind the widespread corruption in the small Los Angeles County city and stands ready to testify against his former second-in-command as the “mastermind” of the wrongdoing, an...
  • CicLAvia organizers expect 150,000 people Sunday in heart of L.A.

    CicLAvia organizers expect 150,000 people Sunday in heart of L.A.
    CicLAvia, Los Angeles' marquee event for pedestrians and cyclists, takes place again this Sunday in the heart of L.A. Previous versions of the event have drawn as many as 100,000 people to streets that are blocked off to motor vehicles. Organizers say...
  • Canceled Miramar air show: Marine colonel apologizes to San Diego

    The commanding officer of the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station said Thursday he was disappointed that the federal government shutdown had forced the base to cancel its popular air show this weekend. “Personally, I’m disappointed, but...
  • Suspect identified in wild motorcycle pursuit

    Suspect identified in wild motorcycle pursuit
    The motorcyclist who led law enforcement authorities on a wild pursuit Wednesday afternoon has been identified by police as 50-year-old John Madrigal of East Los Angeles. The pursuit occurred on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley, continuing...
  • Robert Rizzo to go to prison, wants to 'make amends' to Bell

    Robert Rizzo to go to prison, wants to 'make amends' to Bell
    Former Bell city administrator Robert Rizzo wants to "make amends to the citizens of Bell" and his no-contest plea to 69 public-corruption charges is the beginning, his attorney said Thursday. Rizzo also plans to testify against his former second-in-...
  • Bell's Robert Rizzo pleads no contest, to get 10 to 12 years in prison

    Bell's Robert Rizzo pleads no contest, to get 10 to 12 years in prison
    Longtime Bell city administrator Robert Rizzo, who became a national symbol for public corruption for alleged graft in the small city, pleaded no contest to 69 charges, prosecutors said Thursday. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said in...
  • Chinese developer Oceanwide buying property in downtown L.A.

    Chinese developer Oceanwide buying property in downtown L.A.
    BEIJING — Chinese property developer Oceanwide Real Estate Group said Friday that it would make its first foray into the U.S. It will spend up to $200 million to buy a sprawling parking lot in downtown Los Angeles across from Staples Center and...
  • Katherine Jackson seeks new trial in AEG wrongful death case

    Katherine Jackson seeks new trial in AEG wrongful death case
    Katherine Jackson is heading back to court Friday to ask a judge for a new trial in the family's wrongful-death case against AEG Live, which previously ended with jurors finding the concert promoter not liable for her son Michael Jackson's overdose death....
  • Marine, brother plead not guilty to weapons-related charges

    An active Marine out of Camp Pendleton pleaded not guilty Thursday to possessing an assault weapon that his brother allegedly used for a carjacking that ended with a police chase, authorities said. Alexander Russell Smith, 21, is the Marine who was...
  • Robert Rizzo blames assistant for Bell corruption, gets prison

    Robert Rizzo blames assistant for Bell corruption, gets prison
    Robert Rizzo, the central figure in the scandal that made the working-class city of Bell a national symbol for government graft, effectively admitted for the first time Thursday his role in the corruption scheme. On the eve of his trial, Rizzo made a...
  • Newport Beach police took hotel freebies for favors, lawsuit claims

    A former parking control officer said he was fired from the Newport Beach Police Department for reporting that senior officers were receiving free suites, spa days and alcohol from a high-end hotel in exchange for favors, according to a federal lawsuit....