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  • Chatsworth Man Walks into Police Station, Confesses to Murder

    Chatsworth Man Walks into Police Station, Confesses to Murder
    CHATSWORTH, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 52-year-old man was arrested Tuesday after he walked into a police station and confessed that he killed his girlfriend. David Pearson walked into the Topanga Area Community Police Station and told police officers at the...
  • Woman Killed by Amtrak Train in Chatsworth

    Woman Killed by Amtrak Train in Chatsworth
    CHATSWORTH, Calif. ( KTLA) -- An investigation has been launched after a woman was struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Chatsworth. The incident was reported shortly after 8 p.m. Wednesday in the 21,700 block of Lassen Street. The woman, who was...
  • 'Total destruction': At least 17 die in head-on Metrolink crash

    'Total destruction': At least 17 die in head-on Metrolink crash
    Rescue teams worked frantically into this morning after a Metrolink passenger train carrying 225 people collided Friday with a Union Pacific freight train on a sharp curve in Chatsworth, killing at least 17 people and leaving more than 135 injured. It was...
  • Ronald T. Takaki dies at 70; pioneer in the field of ethnic studies

    Ronald T. Takaki dies at 70; pioneer in the field of ethnic studies
    Ronald T. Takaki, a prolific and controversial scholar who helped pioneer the field of ethnic studies and wrote animated histories about blacks, Asians, Latinos and other marginalized Americans during four decades on the UC Berkeley faculty, has died....
  • Alfa Romeo to take another run at U.S. market

    Alfa Romeo to take another run at U.S. market
    Alfa Romeo pulled out of the U.S. market in 1995, done in by slumping sales and grumpy customers. Now the car brand that gained fame as Dustin Hoffman's ride in "The Graduate" is planning an encore, with parent company Fiat, Italy's largest car maker,...
  • The return of the youth vote

    Matt Murphy knows it is hard to be a Republican at any college, much less UCLA. "I can't walk down the quad without someone trying to talk to me about Obama or give me a flier. . . . They want me to drink the Democratic Kool-Aid," said the 19-year-old...
  • Make the rails safer

    Regardless of what caused last week's deadly Metrolink crash in Chatsworth, there is new technology -- in use elsewhere but never installed in Southern California -- that probably could have prevented the disaster. Positive train control systems use...
  • Witnesses say light was green just before Metrolink train crashed

    Witnesses say light was green just before Metrolink train crashed
    Three observers who say they were at the Chatsworth Metrolink station before last month's deadly train crash have asserted in interviews that a final, crucial railroad signal was green as the commuter line's engineer headed toward the collision point....
  • Friends and family pay final tribute to Howard Barry Pompel

    Friends and family pay final tribute to Howard Barry Pompel
    Howard Barry Pompel, one of the 25 people killed in Friday's Metrolink commuter train crash, was remembered today at a Simi Valley service as a vivacious, caring man who gave his time to myriad temple and community causes. At least 100 people gathered at...
  • Wine of the Week: 2007 Ojai Vineyard Rosé

    Adam Tolmach and his wife, Helen, have been making wine in the Ojai valley for more than 25 years. Known for their splendid Syrah, they also produce a very pretty rosé. The 2007 on shelves now is a blend of mostly Grenache with some Mourvèdre and Syrah...
  • Crash thrusts Metrolink chief into the unwelcome limelight

    Crash thrusts Metrolink chief into the unwelcome limelight
    He is one of those well-paid technocrats who makes sure things run smoothly, someone few people have heard of but so many depend on. Then something happens, and that cloak of invisibility disappears. For David R. Solow, that moment occurred Sept. 12,...