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  • H.H. Brookins dies at 86; pastor was influential black leader

    H.H. Brookins dies at 86; pastor was influential black leader
    The Rev. Hamel Hartford Brookins, an influential bishop and former pastor of the First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles who became a political power broker, civil rights leader and mentor to former Mayor Tom Bradley, the Rev. Jesse...
  • Teresa Hughes dies at 80; veteran state lawmaker

    Teresa Hughes dies at 80; veteran state lawmaker
    Teresa Hughes, a former Democratic state senator and assemblywoman from the Los Angeles area who was best known for her focus on education during her 25 years in the California Legislature, has died. She was 80. Hughes, a resident of Castro Valley,...
  • Lillian Mobley dies at 81; South Los Angeles activist

    Lillian Mobley dies at 81; South Los Angeles activist
    Lillian Mobley, a prominent community activist who fought to establish and keep open the doors of Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center and pushed to create a companion medical school, has died. She was 81. Mobley, who had been in failing health for...
  • Jackson, Halvorson trade accusations over ad, voting records

    Jackson, Halvorson trade accusations over ad, voting records
    A radio ad from Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign that alleges primary challenger Debbie Halvorson is “crazy” for voting 88 times against President Barack Obama prompted Halvorson on Tuesday to accuse Jackson of “lying” and...
  • Toll lanes coming to 10 and 110 freeways in Los Angeles County

    Toll lanes coming to 10 and 110 freeways in Los Angeles County
    Officials broke ground on what will be Los Angeles County's first freeway toll lanes, taking a gamble that drivers will be willing to pay significant sums to avoid rush-hour traffic. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and other officials on Wednesday hailed...
  • Sixteen vie for college board

    Tuesday's election for a majority of seats on the Los Angeles Community College District board pits four candidates backed by the colleges' faculty union and campus contractors against 12 others struggling to overcome the group's huge financial edge....
  • The (tea) party that's en vogue to hate

    The (tea) party that's en vogue to hate
    The Tea Party — however you define it — is a favorite punching bag of the left.  But recently the verbal attacks haven’t just been about policy, or even personalities. They’ve been downright craaazy. Democrats have begun calling...
  • El Cajon police officer is alert and stable after being shot

     
    The El Cajon police officer shot Sunday afternoon while answering a domestic disturbance call is conscious and in stable condition at a local hospital, officials said. Police have surrounded the home where the alleged gunman is believed to be barricaded.....
  • Snowboarding in August: Women compete in Supergirl Jam at Venice Beach

     
    Women compete in three sports at Supergirl Jam at Venice Beach...
  • El Cajon police officer shot while answering disturbance call [Updated]

     
    El Cajon police officer shot; assailant at large...
  • Deputies shoot man suspected of carrying a gun

     
    Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies shot a man who they said was carrying a gun Saturday in East Los Angeles, sending the man to the hospital in critical condition. The deputy-involved shooting in the 1400 block of South Downey Road......