| Apr 20, 2011
| 9:24 AM
A grand jury has indicted a former Rutgers University student on several counts of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy after he allegedly used a webcam to spy on his roommate during an intimate encounter with another man. His roommate later...
| Jan 5, 2011
| 9:23 AM
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- One of the largest lottery jackpots in the history of the United States will be split between ticket holders in Idaho and Washington state.
Lottery officials say one ticket sold in Idaho and another about 150 miles away in...
| Jan 25, 2011
| 6:55 PM
The Illinois Supreme Court granted a reprieve to Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday, keeping his name on the Chicago mayoral ballot temporarily as justices hurry to decide whether it should remain there permanently.
About 300,000 ballots without Emanuel's name...
| Mar 20, 2011
Marco Gutierrez was taking no chances. With radiation still leaking this weekend from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant 150 miles away, the Tokyo resident joined the legions of foreigners — and a growing number of Japanese — fleeing the...
| Jun 2, 2011
Fayrene "Faye" Treadwell, the former manager of the Drifters who won a longtime legal battle to stop promoters from infringing on the classic rhythm-and-blues vocal group's trademark name, has died. She was 84.
Treadwell, one of the first female...
| Mar 19, 2011
| 10:38 PM
Japan took a step toward possibly getting its nuclear disaster under control Sunday as electricity to power some reactor cooling systems was restored and previous efforts to lower reactor temperatures with seawater at the battered Fukushima atomic...
| Mar 18, 2011
| 1:50 AM
U.S. government nuclear experts believe a spent fuel pool at Japan's crippled Fukushima reactor complex has a breach in the wall or floor, a situation that creates a major obstacle to refilling the pool with cooling water and keeping dangerous levels of...
| Jun 15, 2011
Edward G. 'Ted' Jones
Scientist studied brain anatomy, schizophrenia
Dr. Edward G. "Ted" Jones, 72, a former UC Irvine neuroscientist who was an expert on brain anatomy and the causes of schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders, collapsed and...
| Apr 7, 2011
For nearly four weeks, Japanese emergency crews have been spraying water on the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors, a desperate attempt to avert the calamity of a full meltdown.
Now, that improvised solution to one nuclear nightmare is spawning...
| Nov 2, 2010
| 8:34 PM
It was the most expensive political contest in the state's history, and one of the nastiest and most colorful. But in the end, Tuesday's election for the U.S. Senate was as easy a win for Democrat Richard Blumenthal as had been predicted at the start....
| Oct 11, 2010
| 10:34 PM
It could take weeks for toxicology results to come back pinpointing what drug dropped a dozen Central Washington students at a party, but the school isn't wasting any time in its investigation.
CWU officials are working with police to try and figure out...