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  • Marine from Camp Pendleton is killed in Afghanistan

     
    A Marine lieutenant from Camp Pendleton has been killed in combat in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Friday. First Lt. William J. Donnelly IV, 27, of Picayune, Miss., is the 16th Marine from the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment to be......
  • As Crystal Cathedral struggles, Robert Schuller's grandson starts a laid-back church

     
    Three miles from the Crystal Cathedral in an American Legion Hall, a 29-year-old pastor in a purple sweater and blue jeans takes the pulpit. He rocks from heel to toe, casually joking with the congregants — today they almost had......
  • Cross-border pot smuggling tunnel has sophisticated features

     
    The drug tunnel found this week on the U.S.-Mexico border has several sophisticated features, officials said. The tunnel, discovered in a San Diego warehouse district, was one of the longest ever discovered and had several unique features that highlighted...
  • Prisoner dies after fight in downtown San Diego jail

     
    A 26-year-old prisoner has died after a fight with another prisoner at the San Diego County Jail in downtown San Diego, the Sheriff's Department said Sunday. The prisoner, whose name was not released, was from Kingsburg in the San Joaquin......
  • As Maywood tries to end ties with Bell, a closer look at its financial fall

     
    This summer, the small city of Maywood made national headlines when it laid off most of its workers, disbanded the Police Department and contracted most city services to the neighboring city of Bell. Maywood's move was quickly overshadowed by the......
  • Is 50 cents too steep for an Angels Flight ride?

     
    Olivet and Sinai rarely bother with finances: They're too busy ferrying passengers up and down Bunker Hill. Earlier this month, however, the twin Angels Flight coaches were credited with holding a decidedly monetary debate over their 25-cent fare, via...
  • Microsoft files patent for shape-shifting and light-sensitive touchscreens

     
    Microsoft is working on touchscreens that wouldn't simply lay flat as many smart phones and tablet computers do now -- but displays that would actually rise-up and change shape to simulate textures and objects in different apps. The shape-shifting...
  • Your commute: Live L.A. traffic conditions

     
    Los Angeles Long Beach East L.A./Pasadena Thousand Oaks MORE: Westside | Orange County | San Fernando Valley | Inland Empire | Ventura | San Diego Your commute: Live L.A. traffic conditions...
  • What does planning director have in store for L.A.?

     
    Michael LoGrande, who replaced Gail Goldberg in August as L.A.'s director of city planning, remains something of an enigma to many Angelenos. Unlike Goldberg, a longtime planning director in San Diego who was brought here after an ambitious national...
  • Airport screening debate rings hollow against profiling concerns

     
    Guest Writer: Raúl Ramos y Sánchez Ramos y Sánchez is a marketing executive, editor of MyImmigrationStory.com, and the award-winning author of the novels «America Libre» and «House Divided». You can visit his...
  • Daytime temperatures expected to warm up across Southern California

     
    Southern California can expect another chilly night, but powerful winds will help cause a gradual warm-up Tuesday in the wake of record low temperatures that were recorded across the region, forecasters said. Daytime temperatures by Wednesday are expected...