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  • Catholic priest, former Crespi High employee, arrested on sex abuse allegations in Florida

     
    A Roman Catholic priest who formerly worked at Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino has been arrested in Florida on 11 counts of sexual abuse involving a 14-year-old boy. Father William Wert had previously been arrested on sex-related charges in......
  • Scattered showers continue; sewage spill closes Long Beach shore

     
    Scattered showers continued to be the order of the day Monday in Southern California. Long Beach closed a section of its coast after a sewage release into the Los Angeles River upstream in Studio City. Photos: Spring storm rolls through......
  • Track: Notre Dame primed for another championship run

     
    Sherman Oaks Notre Dame routed Encino Crespi, 86-41, in a dual meet on Thursday, and the Knights are gearing up for another run at a Southern Section track championship. They have won section titles seven of the last nine years......
  • Football: Crespi's Chris Harper picks up offer from SMU

     
    Encino Crespi receiver Chris Harper has gained a scholarship offer from SMU, which is trying to make a splash in Southern California by recruiting several players. SMU also has interest in Venice receiver Gabriel Marks. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Baseball: Troupe strikes out 14 in Chaminade win

     
    Troupe Alert. Mathew Troupe of West Hills Chaminade, rapidly becoming one of the top pitchers in Southern California, had a perfect game for 6 1/3 innings on Thursday against Encino Crespi. He finished with a one-hitter and 14 strikeouts in......
  • Lenny Dykstra arrested, facing bankruptcy fraud charges [Updated]

     
    U.S. prosecutors Friday charged famed baseball outfielder Lenny Dykstra with bankruptcy fraud. According to a statement by prosecutors, Dykstra was taken into custody at his Encino home Thursday night. The charge relates to fraud Dykstra allegedly...
  • Lenny Dykstra charged with bankruptcy fraud

     
    Former major league baseball player Lenny Dykstra has been charged with bankruptcy fraud for allegedly selling pieces of his estate, the Department of Justice said Friday afternoon. Dykstra, who helped the New York Mets win the 1986 World Series and......
  • Gusty winds uproot trees, trigger power outages

     
    Gusty winds blew out of Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon, leaving scattered minor damage in canyon and hilly areas. Trees were uprooted and branches torn from trunks in North Hills and Canoga Park and in the Inland Empire area, and......
  • Wind, heat fuel small brush fires; warnings issued for Sunday

     
    Thousands Expected to Participate In Sunday's May Day March and Rally DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Tens of thousands are expected to descend upon Downtown Los Angeles streets for Sunday's May Day celebrations calling for immigration reform and workers...
  • Ban on puppy mill sales proposed in Los Angeles

     
    A Los Angeles councilman introduced a motion Friday that could prohibit the sale and purchase of pets bred in puppy and kitten mills. Councilman Paul Koretz, who represents an area that includes West L.A., Hollywood and Encino, said he introduced......
  • OL Jessamen Dunker only UF commit in Rivals 100

     
    The first Rivals 100 list for the class of 2012 was released on Monday, and Florida had one commitment on the list. Boynton Beach OL Jessamen Dunker came in at 49th. That shouldn't cause too much concern for Gators fans in May. Will Muschamp and his staff...