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  • LAPD searching for suspect in apartment robbery

     
    Los Angeles police are searching for an armed suspect in his 20s who entered a woman’s Woodland Hills apartment and stole $6,000 in cash....
  • Hacienda Heights school locked down after possible weapon threat

     
    Los Altos High School in Hacienda Heights was placed on lockdown Wednesday after a person overheard a coversation in a bathroom that suggested someone might be carrying a loaded gun on campus....
  • Greuel makes play for African American voters in L.A. mayor's race

     
    Los Angeles mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel made a play for African American voters Saturday, rolling out a list of endorsements from black leaders and invoking the memory of Mayor Tom Bradley at the opening of her campaign office on Crenshaw Boulevard....
  • Bell's Rizzo wants trial moved out of L.A. Times' circulation area

     
    An attorney for Robert Rizzo, the former city manager of Bell who is now facing corruption charges, said his client can not get a fair trial in Los Angeles and will seek a change of venue. Rizzo, who is likely......
  • Chargers say TV blackout for Broncos game to be lifted

     
    The San Diego Chargers' game against the Denver Broncos and Tim Tebow on Sunday will be seen on local television, according to the team, which says it has sold enough tickets to lift an NFL blackout. Tebow, an often-maligned young......
  • Black ministers in San Diego sponsor Christmas gun exchange

     
    For the fourth straight Christmas, African American ministers in San Diego are sponsoring a no-questions-asked gun exchange in which weapons can be turned in for gift cards. About 540 firearms were "taken off the streets" through the exchange program in.....
  • West Hollywood councilman's $7,000 in meals probed by prosecutors

     
    West Hollywood Councilman John Duran charged dozens of meals to his city expense account, often multiple times a week. Over three years, he spent more than $7,000 at local restaurants, including at such upscale eateries as Cecconi's and Mirabelle on......
  • Junior Seau's family revisiting decision to donate his brain

     
    The family of Junior Seau is revisiting the decision to allow his brain to be examined for possible injuries from his football career....
  • Student forgotten in cell by DEA ‘glad to be alive,’ lawyer says

     
    The attorney representing the 23-year-old UC San Diego student who reportedly drank his own urine to survive after being left in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for five days without food or water said Wednesday his client was "glad to be...
  • Junior Seau: Autopsy could reveal more details about death

     
    San Diego County medical examiners said they hope to provide more details about the death of football star Junior Seau after an autopsy in completed, perhaps as early as Thursday. Seau found dead Wednesday in his Oceanside home from an......
  • L.A. coastal waters dramatically cleaner, study finds

     
    Metal contaminants in Southern California coastal waters have plummeted over the last four decades, according to a new study that attributes the cleaner water to 1970s environmental regulations. Water samples by USC researchers found a 100-fold drop in...