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  • Ice cream vendor allegedly violates court order to stay away from schools

    A 72-year-old Glendale ice cream vendor who was charged last year with child annoyance and sexual battery was arrested Tuesday after allegedly violating a court order that demanded he stay away from elementary, middle and high schools in Burbank,...
  • USC's Pat Haden meets with NCAA officials, discusses easing sanctions

    USC Athletic Director Pat Haden and David Roberts, USC's vice president for athletic compliance, met with NCAA officials this week and discussed the possible reduction of scholarship losses that were imposed on the Trojans in 2010. Haden revealed the...
  • Review: San Francisco Opera's 'Dolores Claiborne' moody but conventional

    SAN FRANCISCO — A Stephen King opera had to happen. Many of his 56 novels have been made into movies and have spent time on bestseller lists, making King a king of pop culture accessibility — just what the opera world lusts after these days....
  • Release of 'Innocence of Muslims' filmmaker is 'uneventful'

    Release of 'Innocence of Muslims' filmmaker is 'uneventful'
    One of the filmmakers behind the highly controversial anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims" was released from federal custody Thursday. Mark Basseley Youssef, 56, was released from a halfway house sometime Thursday morning, said Ed Ross of the...
  • 'Innocence of Muslims' filmmaker released from halfway house

    Mark Basseley Youssef, the filmmaker whose anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims" incited rioting and protests around the world last year, was discharged from a Southern California halfway house on Thursday.  In November, Youssef was sentenced to a year...
  • Father gets 13 years to life for attempting to kill infant

    Father gets 13 years to life for attempting to kill infant
    A Costa Mesa man who tortured and tried to kill his 2-month-old son was sentenced Friday to 13 years to life in state prison, the Orange County district attorney's office announced. Last month, a jury convicted Joshua Allen Robey, 26, of attempting to...
  • The God Squad: Believe or don't: God doesn't need a salesperson

    Q: I was raised as a Catholic and went to Catholic school for many years. I've always believed what's in the Bible because it is the word of the Lord. But how do I know Jesus was really the Messiah? Many people have said they were the Messiah over the...
  • Authorities: West Englewood infant beaten to death

    Authorities: West Englewood infant beaten to death
    State child welfare authorities are investigating the parents and grandmother of a 4-month old boy for child abuse after the child’s death was ruled a homicide today, authorities said. Demari Brown, of the 6000 block of South Honore Street, died...
  • Sandy Hook 911 debate pits privacy against public's right to know

    Sandy Hook 911 debate pits privacy against public's right to know
    The same day the FBI released video showing Aaron Alexis hunting down people in the halls of the Washington Navy Yard, Connecticut law enforcement officials were defending their refusal to make public 911 recordings from December’s Sandy Hook...
  • Clemency Hard-Earned By Niantic Inmate

    Bonnie Jean Foreshaw, 66, has served more than 27 years in the York Correctional Institution in Niantic for the 1986 accidental shooting death of Joyce Amos, a pregnant woman and the victim of a misdirected gunshot Foreshaw fired to frighten an assailant....
  • San Diego settles lawsuit over officer sexual misconduct for $795,000

    San Diego settles lawsuit over officer sexual misconduct for $795,000
    The San Diego City Council has agreed to pay $795,000 to settle a lawsuit by a woman who was sexually assaulted by a former police officer while he was on duty. The settlement, announced in federal court Friday, brings to $2.3 million the payments...