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  • D.A. dismissed tennis umpire case without seeing defense report

     
    Prosecutors made a decision to drop a murder charge against professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman before her attorneys turned over a defense team pathology report that disputed a coroner's finding that her husband was killed....
  • Drunk driver who hit teen outside school gets prison time

     
    An impaired Costa Mesa driver who struck a Newport Harbor High School student crossing the street outside the school was sentenced Friday to seven years in state prison. Marnie Jo Lippincott, 39, pleaded guilty in September in Orange County Superior......
  • UCSB student from Los Angeles dies in apartment house fall

     
    A 22-year-old UC Santa Barbara student from Los Angeles died Thursday after falling over a second-story railing at the top of an Isla Vista apartment stairway, Santa Barbara sheriff's deputies said. Mellissa Portillo had suffered a head injury but was.......
  • ESPN examines Football at a Crossroads

     
    The suicides of former NFL players like and Junior Seau have brought the health risks of playing football into the realm of serious debate. How dangerous can playing the game be to one's mental and physical health both in the short term and the long term?...
  • Folsom prison riot: Prisoner wounded near hip, 12 others injured

     
    Investigators are still trying to determine what sparked a riot in a state prison in Folsom that left 13 prisoners injured, including one who was shot in the region of his hip. The incident started at 11:17 a.m. Wednesday in......
  • George Zimmerman’s friends plug book, get ‘Dr. Phil’ lecture

     
    Tuesday's season premiere of “Dr. Phil” was a trade-off for Mark and Sondra Osterman, friends of George Zimmerman. The couple got to plug their book, “Defending Our Friend: The Most Hated Man in America,” about Zimmerman. They also...
  • Alert: 10 bike-related recalls

     
    From the Consumer Product Safety Commission, these alerts: Bridgeway Bicycles (91,000 units) The bicycle chain can break, causing a rider to lose control and fall. Trek 2012 FX and District bicycles (27,000 units) The bolt that secures the seat saddle...
  • Open forum: NATO thoughts

     
    CIty officials "should be ashamed of themselves" for the conduct of the Chicago Police Department Sunday afternoon, said NATO protest organizer Andy Thayer. I disagree. Chicago police officers bent but didn't break, responded with restraint to the...
  • Cause of prison riot in Folsom under investigation

     
    The cause of a riot Wednesday at a state prison in Folsom that left one inmate shot and others injured is under investigation, authorities said. The melee, which involved 60 inmates, began at 11:17 a.m. in a maximum-security yard at......
  • Sheriff's jailers unnecessarily strike inmates on head, ACLU says

     
    Los Angeles County sheriff’s jailers have routinely hit inmates with unnecessary blows to the head, according to allegations in a report released Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California....
  • #Browns lead #Giants 14-7 after one quarter at MetLife

     
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | The winless Cleveland Browns (0-4) shocked the New York GIantrs (2-2) by jumping out to a 14-0 lead less than 5 minutes into Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium. The Giants came back with a touchdown to......