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  • Why California's 'shovel ready' train isn't

    Why California's 'shovel ready' train isn't
    Let’s face facts: California just doesn’t do trains very well. Now, freeways -- those we’re good at. We’ve got the car culture thing down pat. Getting most places by freeway is a snap: Why, from Pasadena to the beach, you just...
  • Los Angeles County rents now 6% higher than pre-recession peak

    Los Angeles County rents now 6% higher than pre-recession peak
    Los Angeles County apartment rents increased at a slower pace in the third quarter, although that’s not much relief for tenants now paying, on average, nearly 6% more than they did before the recession. The average apartment rent in the three-...
  • Three Orange County office buildings sold as market picks up

    Three Orange County office buildings sold as market picks up
    Three office buildings in Mission Viejo and Newport Beach have sold in two transactions that, combined, industry observers valued at more than $90 million as investor demand for Orange County commercial properties heats up. The sales to large national...
  • Aaron's agrees to stop spying on computer renters

    Aaron’s Inc., a rent-to-own retailer, has agreed to stop using software to secretly spy on and photograph customers who rented computers. The Federal Trade Commission had accused Aaron's and its franchisees of using software to monitor customers'...
  • Video Shows Hernandez, Slaying Victims At Boston Club

    Video Shows Hernandez, Slaying Victims At Boston Club
    Authorities have surveillance footage that shows Aaron Hernandez and two men killed in a drive-by shooting in Boston last summer at the same establishment hours before they died, according to multiple law enforcement sources with knowledge of the...
  • Biggest loser in Miami's NCAA football sanctions case? It's USC, again

    Biggest loser in Miami's NCAA football sanctions case? It's USC, again
    The NCAA has made it clear it isn't giving football scholarships back to USC, or presenting Matt Barkley with an honorary Rose Bowl participation plaque. Being the NCAA means never having to say you're sorry. The governing body of college athletics...
  • Former Bear Chris Zorich sentenced to probation in tax case

    Former Bear Chris Zorich sentenced to probation in tax case
    Wearing a three-piece beige suit, former Bear Chris Zorich stood before a federal judge Friday and apologized for not filing his federal income tax returns for four years. He promised to never make that mistake again and said he looked forward to...
  • New York mayoral candidates spar in debate as Weiner sinks in polls

    NEW YORK -- Five Democrats fighting to become the city's next mayor sparred over housing costs, police tactics and term limits at their first debate Tuesday evening, but they agreed on one thing: They don’t want to talk about Anthony Weiner’...
  • Gunman in Florida apartment shooting lived in building, started fire

    A gunman who seized hostages and killed six people in an eight-hour standoff that ended early Saturday at a Hialeah, Fla.,  apartment complex was a renter in who had set his unit on fire, police said. Pedro Vargas, 43, was fatally shot by a SWAT team...
  • Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty To Murder, Gun Charges

    Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty To Murder, Gun Charges
    — Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez of Bristol pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he orchestrated the June 17 execution of his friend Odin Lloyd. Hernandez was arraigned Friday in a packed Fall River courtroom. His...
  • Becky G dreams of being the next Jennifer Lopez

     Becky G dreams of being the next Jennifer Lopez
    Becky G vividly remembers what she calls "my little mini midlife crisis." It happened seven years ago, when she was 9. At the time, her family had been forced to move into her grandparents' Inglewood garage after losing its Riverside County home....