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  • Attorney: Jackson Kids Not Exposed to Stun Gun

    Attorney: Jackson Kids Not Exposed to Stun Gun
    LOS ANGELES -- An attorney for Michael Jackson's mother says the pop star's children were never exposed to a stun gun at the family's home. Child service workers were called to the Jackson family estate in Encino Monday to investigate the weapon's...
  • School Stunned: Teen Killed in Prom Night Crash

    School Stunned: Teen Killed in Prom Night Crash
    LOS ANGELES -- Grief counselors will be on hand Monday at Taft High School after a 16-year old-girl was killed and seven other students injured in a crash on the way to their prom. The crash was reported at 8:08 p.m. Saturday on the southbound Harbor...
  • Simpson-Wentz have 'Alice in Wonderland' wedding

    Simpson-Wentz have 'Alice in Wonderland' wedding
    Don't be surprised to find Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz grinning Cheshire cats -- they're newlyweds. The pop-star little sis of Jessica Simpson and the Fall Out Boy bassist tied the knot Saturday night at her parents' Los Angeles-area home with an...
  • In homes with grown-up decor, the kids are all right

    Shortly after learning "mama" and "dada," Ginger and Ruby Rosenheck said "bye-bye" to their highchairs. "They are the lamest, ugliest, most restraining things in the world and when you have twins, highchairs just take over the room," says their mother...
  • Health insurance options dwindle for self-employed

    A major source of health insurance for people who work for themselves is disappearing, casting thousands of contractors, freelancers and solo practitioners into the ranks of the uninsured with little hope of obtaining new coverage. Health plans offered...
  • 'Tell No One'

    'Tell No One'
    Tell everyone about "Tell No One." Not just because this is a top-notch thriller so twisty you may forget to breathe, but because for a long time it looked like you wouldn't be able to tell anyone at all. For even though "Tell No One" was a top performer...
  • ‘B-Movies and Bad Science' outdoor screening at the Page Museum this Saturday

     
    Hold the presses. “Encino Man” was not based on a true story? The 1992 flick about a thawed-out Neanderthal, played too well by Brendan Fraser, also featured Sean Astin, Pauly Shore and heaps of flimsy scientific premises. Tote a picnic blanket t...
  • Boys' basketball: Fairfax tournament begins Monday

     
    One of the best basketball tournaments of the summer begins Monday at Fairfax. Here's the first-round schedule: Crenshaw vs. Pasadena, 4 p.m.; Long Beach Poly vs. Encino Crespi, 5:30 p.m.; Los Angeles Loyola vs. Dorsey, 7 p.m. Tuesday's first-round...
  • Michael Jackson's death: Police to monitor fan activity on one-year anniversary

     
    Law enforcement officials have an “event action plan” in place to keep order and ensure peace and safety as fans mark the first anniversary of pop legend Michael Jackson's death on Friday, police said. Increased security will be deployed at......
  • Times Past: A monthly payment to make you weep (with envy)

     
    Snapshot from the Los Angeles Times' archives: April 2, 1967 If the $40,000 price on a three-bedroom house scared you, no worries. This ad in The Times' West magazine said the developer would take your old house as a trade-in. -- Joan Fantazia Photo...
  • Football: Jon Mack has program growing at Crespi

     
    The numbers are up, and that's what Encino Crespi wanted when it hired former Ventura St. Bonaventure Coach Jon Mack to take over the program. His biggest newcomer is Los Angeles Dorsey transfer Jordan Simmons, a 6-foot-4, 340-pound junior offensive......