| Mar 30, 2015
| 8:14 PM
I showed up in sneakers and sweats, prepared to join the exercise class that meets every Thursday morning in Canoga Park.
I expected lots of stretching, a few jumping jacks, an easy jog around the grassy field at Lanark Park. The lawn was lined with...
| Mar 26, 2015
| 5:40 PM
A Los Angeles jury awarded more than $28 million to a woman who said Kaiser Permanente doctors wrongly delayed an MRI that could have detected an aggressive cancerous tumor that caused her to lose her right leg.
Attorneys for 23-year-old Anna Rahm of...
| Mar 9, 2015
| 5:52 PM
The offenses are numerous and well documented: A Yale fraternity chants, "No means yes, yes means anal," on campus. Partygoers at an Arizona fraternity dress as racial stereotypes to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A Michigan fraternity and sorority...
| Mar 4, 2015
| 3:15 PM
One race for a seat on the Los Angeles Community College District board of trustees remained undecided Wednesday, with the two top vote-getters separated by fewer than 1,000 votes.
Andra Hoffman has a slim lead over Francesca Vega, according to the L.A....
| Feb 28, 2015
| 7:00 AM
In most elections for seats on the Los Angeles Community College District board of trustees, the candidates with the backing of the faculty union typically are the victors.
In three of the four races on Tuesday's ballot, the candidates supported by...
| Feb 19, 2015
| 3:54 PM
A third fraternity at Cal State Northridge has been suspended after an investigation of hazing and sexual misconduct allegations, officials said.
Tau Kappa Epsilon was stripped of all its Greek duties and will no longer be recognized as a fraternity,...
| Feb 19, 2015
| 6:00 AM
The end of the bench overflowed with Cal State Northridge basketball players dressed in sweats, the line of chairs snaking from the scorer's table to the corner of the court.
A full bench, and near-empty bench. Only three of the players were actually in...
| Feb 14, 2015
| 4:37 PM
Gloria Ricci Lothrop, a California historian who studied domestic crafts, cookbooks, letters, tombstones and other artifacts to uncover the roles women played in the development of the American West, died Feb. 2 in Arcadia. She was 80.
| Feb 14, 2015
| 8:28 AM
Vivian Trejo practices the French horn above a row of bodegas on a broken street. She opens her score sheet. A boy hollers in the alley, a plane skims the haze beyond her window. She presses her lips to a silver mouthpiece, blows through coiled steel...
| Feb 13, 2015
| 2:19 PM
There’s been a model of stability among the coaching ranks involving the Glendale High boys’ basketball program.
Since the start of the 1977-78 season, the Nitros have had just three coaches roam the sidelines. In that stretch, the Nitros...
| Feb 10, 2015
| 6:15 PM
Tapping into some 144 million records on college students who are part of the National Clearinghouse database, Burbank educators hope to glean how well students do in completing college after they leave Burbank schools.
According to the data, 71% of...