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  • Former Patterson star Aquille Carr enters NBA D-League draft, agent says

    Former Patterson star Aquille Carr enters NBA D-League draft, agent says
    At varying times in his still-nascent basketball career, Aquille Carr has been a high school champion and a YouTube sensation, a college-bound prospect and an overseas professional, a point guard considered too small for the NBA yet good enough to play...
  • Douglass' Elwood Townsend named Ravens' Coach of the Week

    Douglass' Elwood Townsend named Ravens' Coach of the Week
    Douglass' Elwood Townsend, whose Ducks football team is off to a 6-0 start, has been named the Ravens' High School Coach of the Week. With Friday’s 16-12 win over Patterson, the Ducks ensured back-to-back winning season for the first time in...
  • Officials accepted bail for dead detainee

    Officials accepted bail for dead detainee
    Colleagues of Timothy Schloemer were shocked when they went to pick up the drunken-driving suspect this week from Central Booking after posting his bail — and were told he had been dead for more than two days. Corrections officials blamed the...
  • City defeats Mervo 20-14 in overtime to give George Petrides his 250th win

    City defeats Mervo 20-14 in overtime to give George Petrides his 250th win
    George Petrides doesn’t remember the first varsity football game he coached at City College in 1975. Years from now, however, he’ll probably still remember his 387th. Not only did the No. 14 Knights overcome a 14-point deficit to beat Mervo,...
  • Hereford football coach Turnbaugh eyes final home game

    Hereford footbal coach Steve Turnbaugh didn't need to tell his team what it needed to grab a spot in the postseason playoff picture after opening the season with three straight losses -- the first such streak of his illustrious 19-year career at his...
  • Juvenile arrested in alleged sexual assault on Culver City Metro line

    A suspect wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman outside a Metro rail station in Culver City has been arrested, police said Friday. Police had been looking for the attacker since Oct. 9, when police say he followed a 31-year-old woman off...
  • L.A. high-rise fire: Building predates state law requiring sprinklers

    L.A. high-rise fire: Building predates state law requiring sprinklers
    The 25-story West Los Angeles high-rise where an 11th-floor fire erupted Friday is not required to have sprinkler system throughout the building under state fire codes. L.A. fire officials said the Barrington Plaza apartments in the 11700 block of...
  • L.A. high-rise fire: Girl found not breathing in stairwell

    L.A. high-rise fire: Girl found not breathing in stairwell
    A young girl was found not breathing in a stairwell of a smoke-filled West Los Angeles high-rise and was taken to a hospital with four other injured people, officials said Friday. The child, whose age and name were not released, was found on the 23rd-...
  • Broad makes key donation to L.A. arts high school

    Broad makes key donation to L.A. arts high school
    Philanthropist Eli Broad has donated $250,000 to the downtown arts high school, officially signaling his influential approval for a high-profile, high-cost campus that has struggled to win civic support since opening in 2009. The gift is a significant...
  • Ex-O.C. teacher sentenced to eight years for molesting 3 students

    Ex-O.C. teacher sentenced to eight years for molesting 3 students
    A former San Clemente middle school math teacher was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for sexually assaulting an eighth-grade student on campus and committing lewd acts against two other female students. Richard John Rack had been a teacher...
  • Quake danger: UC, L.A. officials in standoff over records

    Quake danger: UC, L.A. officials in standoff over records
    Los Angeles officials and the University of California were locked in standoff Friday over whether the city would receive a list of older concrete buildings that may collapse during a major earthquake. The list is considered a crucial first step in any...