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  • Voters must register by Monday to cast ballots Nov. 2

     
    Monday is the final day to register to vote in California’s Nov. 2 election. Californians who have not yet registered and want to cast ballots next month may pick up voter registration forms at elections offices, post offices, city halls,......
  • 3-year-old boy lost by allegedly drunk father in Pasadena is placed in protective custody

     
    A 3-year-old boy lost by his allegedly drunk father for more than a day has been placed in the custody of Los Angeles County child welfare authorities, a police spokeswoman said Monday. Joe Louie Kurihara, 23, of West Covina, was......
  • Football: Week 7 schedule

     
    Thursday, October 21st CITY SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE Annenberg vs. Douglass at Rancho Cienega Park, 7 p.m. SOUTHERN SECTION BASELINE LEAGUE Alta Loma vs. Rancho Cucamonga at Los Osos, 7 p.m. CENTURY LEAGUE Foothill at El Modena, 7 p.m. DEL RIO......
  • 'Hero' describes finding missing Pasadena boy in parking lot -- alive and well

     
    Rowdy Metzger first heard about the missing 3-year-old boy from a reverse-911 call that was put out Sunday afternoon by the Pasadena Police Department. As the day wore on, he had been following Internet news reports on latimes.com for more......
  • Twenty indicted in fake marriage, drug trafficking scheme

     
    Twenty people were indicted by federal authorities in a scheme in which foreigners allegedly used sham marriages to obtain green cards to further a drug dealing operation, authorities said Wednesday. Dubbed Operation Paint it Black, the 19-count grand...
  • State attorney general probes more high salaries across California [Updated]

     
    A top administrator in Alameda County, the retired city manager in Vernon and a public hospital executive earning more than $800,000 are among the local government officials whose pay and pension are being cited by Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown as......
  • Two charged in fraud aimed at Southern California's Spanish-speaking community

     
    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has filed civil charges against two Southern California men for allegedly running a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that targeted the Spanish-speaking community, the commission announced Monday. Acting at the...
  • L.A. city administrator gets 3 years' probation on drunk-driving charge

     
    Los Angeles City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana on Tuesday pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence and was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $1,737 in fines and penalties. Santana, 40, was.......
  • Nurses at 9 Southern California hospitals announce plans to strike

     
    A union representing 13,000 nurses at nine Southern California hospitals announced Friday that they intend to strike June 10 if they do not reach agreement with hospital officials on their contracts. The strike would include nurses from all University of....
  • Second person fatally hit by Southern California train

     
    Hours after a freight train struck a pedestrian in Oceanside and crippled commuter train traffic in Orange County, another line was suspended Wednesday when a Metrolink train struck and killed someone in Covina. Metrolink spokeswoman Angie Starr said...
  • Walnut brush fire knocked down with no damage to homes

     
    Los Angeles County firefighters Tuesday made quick work of a brush fire in Walnut that burned about five acres and threatened several homes for a short time. The fire broke out about 5:30 p.m. in a West Covina basin, then......