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  • Cal State Long Beach president finalist for LSU post

     
    Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander has been recommended to become the next president of Louisiana State University, Long Beach officials announced Tuesday. A presidential search committee presented the recommendation this week to the LSU...
  • U.S. Army Corp's Sepulveda Basin plan on hold

     
    Bird watchers angered by the destruction of 43 acres of a wildlife preserve at Sepulveda Basin got a promise from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that it wouldn’t remove any more vegetation until at least mid-September....
  • Parolee accused of shooting Fullerton police officer

     
    A 29-year-old parolee gang member acquitted two weeks ago in an attempted murder and carjacking case is now being charged with shooting a Fullerton police officer multiple times at close range, the Orange County district attorney’s office said in a....
  • L.A. school board targets Garcia with term-limits vote

     
    A narrow majority of Los Angeles Board of Education members voted Tuesday to set a limit of two consecutive years for the school board presidency. Unless the new rule is rescinded later, the decision would end the six-year run of......
  • Robbery suspect arrested after officer-involved shooting

     
    Robbery suspect arrested at San Marino High following officer-involved shooting...
  • Rockefeller imposter accused of killing man in 1985 goes on trial

     
    Jose Perez, working for his father's swimming pool business, was digging into the backyard of a San Marino home in 1994 when he made a grisly discovery: human bones wrapped in plastic and buried several feet underground. Nearly two decades......
  • Cal State trustees seek cure for 'bottleneck' courses

     
    They are the courses that can drive students to distraction, not to mention to failure or to drop out altogether. And the students who do poorly -- either through failing or withdrawing -- are slowing the progress of others working......
  • Fake Rockefeller: Trial focuses on dug-up backyard

     
    A friend of a man accused of killing and burying his landlady’s adult son in the mid-1980s testified Tuesday that she questioned him about a freshly dug patch of dirt in the backyard of the San Marino home. Dana Glad......
  • SoCal Edison to pay $4 million to woman injured by stray currents

     
    A jury has granted $4 million to a woman who alleged she was injured by stray electrical currents running through her Redondo Beach home that sits next to a Southern California Edison substation, her attorneys said Tuesday. Simona Wilson discovered......
  • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tigers top Titans by 10

    BOYS WATER POLO South Pasadena 17, San Marino 7: The Tigers opened Rio Hondo League play with a statement win at home on Thursday afternoon. Wyatt Bukowski and Pierce Deamer each scored three goals apiece for the Tigers (11-4, 1-0), who are ranked...
  • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Titans, Tigers take to Clovis

    GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY South Pasadena and San Marino in Clovis Invitational: South Pasadena finished 15th out of 24 teams with 337 points in the Division I Extra Large race at Fresno’s Woodward Park on Saturday. Helena Van Loan finished 13th...