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  • USC fraternity placed on probation after injury at party

    USC fraternity placed on probation after injury at party
    USC officials placed the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon on probation after a student from another college was hurt during an event last week. On Thursday, a visiting female student from Loyola Marymount University fell from a table while dancing at...
  • Alcohol may have contributed to USC student's death

    Alcohol may have contributed to USC student's death
    Alcohol may have been a contributing factor in the death of a USC student who was found lifeless over the weekend in his off-campus apartment, a law enforcement official said. A final determination on how 22-year-old Thu Yain "Roy" Kyaw died is still...
  • Major League Baseball draft-day hopes lowered for locals in 2013

    Major League Baseball draft-day hopes lowered for locals in 2013
    Disappointment seemed to be the best adjective to describe the 2012 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft for most locals. Hopes don’t appear to be set too high this year, but there’s no telling how it will all unfold. That’s...
  • St. Francis High hires new athletic director Matt Luderer

    St. Francis High hires new athletic director Matt Luderer
    St. Francis High named Matt Luderer as the school’s new athletic director July 1. Ted Corcoran, who is the school’s strength and conditioning trainer and assistant football coach, was tabbed assistant athletic director. Luderer replaces...
  • Assembly Speaker John Perez boosts state arts funding by $2 million

    Assembly Speaker John Perez boosts state arts funding by $2 million
    California’s arts grant-making agency announced Monday that it will get $3 million this year from state coffers instead of the $1 million called for in the budget legislators passed in June, thanks to Assembly Speaker John Perez, who’s...
  • BodyTraffic dance troupe finds a clear lane

     BodyTraffic dance troupe finds a clear lane
    If there is a lesson to be learned from the unorthodox story of BodyTraffic — the Los Angeles contemporary concert dance company founded in 2007 — it must be that defying conventional wisdom is the route to success. Co-founders Lillian...
  • Reader photo: Any time, anywhere

    Reader photo: Any time, anywhere
    Killing some time before class on Marina del Rey’s coastline. That’s what Carrie Gutenberg was doing when she shot this image with her iPhone4. A screenwriting graduate student at Loyola Marymount University, Gutenberg says she tries to...
  • Letters: Jahi McMath and medical futility

    Re "Girl's ventilator court order extended," Dec. 31 The concept of medical futility can simply be stated in regard to an essential fact of human life: At some time in every life, disability or death will exceed our medical powers. Regardless of...
  • Vigil planned for priest found slain in Eureka church rectory

    Vigil planned for priest found slain in Eureka church rectory
    A vigil for a popular Roman Catholic priest who was found slain on New Year’s Day in the small Northern California town of Eureka has been scheduled for Sunday. The services come after a 43-year-old man was arrested Thursday in connection with the...
  • College Update: Glendale High alumnus Davis and BYU left hungry

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Davis (Glendale High, 2013) Brigham Young University football freshman: A successful season that included eight victories and a bowl appearance did not end well for Davis and...
  • In Jahi McMath saga, science and religion clash

    In Jahi McMath saga, science and religion clash
    It will take more than doctors, judges and medical records to convince Nailah Winkfield that her child is dead. Winkfield's 13-year-old daughter, Jahi McMath, entered an Oakland hospital for tonsil surgery three weeks ago and wound up on life support....