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  • The Marathon Goddess is running her 100th in L.A. -- all to raise research funds

    The Marathon Goddess is running her 100th in L.A. -- all to raise research funds

    You might remember Julie Weiss from the last time we wrote about her, in 2013, when she was celebrating running her 52nd marathon … in 52 weeks. Well, since we left her, she's kept on running. And now, Weiss, 45, of Santa Monica, is about to mark the running of her 100th marathon at Sunday's Los...

  • 26.2 survival tips for the L.A. Marathon

    26.2 survival tips for the L.A. Marathon

    At this point, on the eve of the Los Angeles Marathon, you can't get in better shape. You either trained or you didn't. But you can survive and thrive if you have a strategy to avoid cramping and injury, and take advantage of the peculiarities of Los Angeles' hilly, attraction-studded "Stadium...

  • Opponents gather to fight Costa Mesa development-control initiative

    Opponents gather to fight Costa Mesa development-control initiative

    The debate over the future of Costa Mesa development took a new twist Thursday night at the Crew Salon, where a group of about 10 residents concerned about a petition proposing a new hurdle for some projects met to begin figuring out ways to stop it. The proposal by Costa Mesa First, a political...

  • KISS singer Paul Stanley is coming to O.C. with his new Soul Station band

    KISS singer Paul Stanley is coming to O.C. with his new Soul Station band

    KISS frontman Paul Stanley is taking on a new musical style that might shock some fans of his hard-rock band, but it's one that he insists helped shape the face-paint-wearing, pyrotechnic group, which has been around since 1973. Teaming up with a dozen other musicians, Stanley, who sings and plays...

  • Suspected mail thief caught on camera stealing FedEx package from porch

    Suspected mail thief caught on camera stealing FedEx package from porch

    Police on Friday released surveillance footage showing a suspected mail thief stealing a package from a La Crescenta porch last week, police said. Around 11:20 a.m. on Feb. 3, the suspect drove by during a FedEx delivery to a home on the 5100 block of New York Avenue, said Glendale Police spokeswoman...

  • Alleged gunman and his alleged getaway driver in Burbank shooting plead not guilty

    Alleged gunman and his alleged getaway driver in Burbank shooting plead not guilty

    A probationer and his alleged getaway driver were charged Thursday in connection to a car-to-car shooting reported on a busy freeway overpass in Burbank earlier this week that left one man — not the gunman’s intended target — injured, officials said. Sylmar resident Joseph “Blanco” Lupercio, 24,...

  • L.A. builder KB Home settles allegations of building defects

    L.A. builder KB Home settles allegations of building defects

    KB Home, one of the nation’s largest home builders, reached a $23.5-million settlement with the Florida attorney general's office to resolve allegations of shoddy construction and deceptive business practices. The office of Florida Atty. Gen. Pam Bondi alleged that the Los Angeles company failed...

  • Coroner identifies El Monte couple killed in Boyle Heights gang attack

    Coroner identifies El Monte couple killed in Boyle Heights gang attack

    A man and his pregnant girlfriend who died this week after an unprovoked shooting in Boyle Heights have been identified as a teenage couple from El Monte, authorities said. The L.A. County Coroner said that the victims from Sunday’s shooting and subsequent car crash were Maria Cordova, 18, who...

  • Costa Mesa hosts UVSA Tet Festival this weekend

    Costa Mesa hosts UVSA Tet Festival this weekend

    The 35th annual UVSA Tet Festival will celebrate the Vietnamese Year of the Monkey from Friday to Sunday at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. The event, billed as the largest Lunar New Year festival in the world, will feature traditional foods, contests, live entertainment, cultural displays,...

  • No permit? Parking will be tougher near Newport Harbor High

    The Newport Beach City Council this week tightened parking restrictions for non-permit holders on Margaret Drive in Newport Heights. A residential parking permit program has been in place since 1996, when parking issues in the neighborhoods around Newport Harbor High School came to a head. At the...

  • Gray whale pays a visit to Newport Beach

    Gray whale pays a visit to Newport Beach

    A gray whale stopped to have a meal just beyond the surf line along the Balboa Peninsula on Wednesday before continuing on its northward migration. Ryan Lawler, who owns Newport Coastal Adventure, saw the whale while on his boat. It was rolling around the sandy ocean bottom, likely to relieve itching,...

  • Man sentenced for 2013 murder of 11-year-old Burbank student

    Man sentenced for 2013 murder of 11-year-old Burbank student

    A 29-year-old man was sentenced on Thursday to 56 years to life in prison for fatally stabbing his girlfriend’s 11-year-old son, who went to school in Burbank, on Memorial Day three years ago. A jury convicted Rineson Curtis Adams last month of one count of first-degree murder in the stabbing death...

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