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  • 'Despicable' man gets 46 years to life in attack on teen relative

     
    A Santa Ana man was sentenced Friday to 46 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting and strangling a 15-year-old girl who was related to him....
  • San Diego County regional government to buy bankrupt toll road

     
    A San Diego regional government organization has agreed to purchase the bankrupt State Route 125 toll road near the U.S.-Mexico border for approximately $345 million. Opened in November 2007, the 10-mile toll road in southern San Diego County was...
  • Album review: Ashton Shepherd's 'Where Country Grows'

     
    On her 2008 major label debut album, “Sounds So Good,” Ashton Shepherd did just that: She’s a first-class singer who comes off like a female John Anderson, deftly sculpting words and phrases like a seasoned master even though she was.......
  • UCLA Anderson School of Management receives $25 million

     
    The UCLA Anderson School of Management will receive a $25-million gift from alumnus John Anderson, a Los Angeles entrepreneur, and his wife, Marion -- the largest donation in the business school's history. The school already bears Anderson's name after a....
  • UCLA Anderson School gets $25 million from namesake

     
    The man whose name is already attached to UCLA’s John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management is giving the school an additional $25 million, on top of nearly $17 million in previous gifts. UCLA officials Monday announced that the latest......
  • Concerns over golden eagles may put a damper on wind farm development

     
    APPLE VALLEY, Calif. — Fears that whirling wind turbines could slaughter protected golden eagles have halted progress on a key piece of the federal government's push to increase renewable energy on public lands, stalling plans for billions of dollars...
  • Do tattoos have free-speech protection? Court hears 1st Amendment fight. What do you think?

     
    One man's flesh-bound free speech is another's idea of unhealthful mutilation and underclass war paint. In the city of Hermosa Beach and other upscale oceanfront communities, tattooing is effectively banned for what city officials say is a risk to the.......
  • Yorba Linda passes measure supporting Arizona illegal immigration law [Updated]

     
    The Yorba Linda City Council approved a resolution this week supporting Arizona’s illegal-immigration law, making it what is believed to be the first city in California to approve a measure supporting the legislation. The resolution approved Tuesday...
  • Billy Joe Shaver returns to L.A. on Saturday

     
    There are outlaws and there are outlaws in country music. There's the metaphorical type, represented by musical iconoclasts such as Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, and the literal kind, like Merle Haggard, who did a stint in San Quentin for......
  • Kingmaker Clegg helps Conservatives take power in UK as Brown stands down -- an American primer

     
    He's been likened to Barack Obama, though perhaps it's easier for Americans to see him as a Ross Perot -- albeit a Ross Perot who not only helped decide the election but who captured a key role in the new......
  • GOP Lawmaker Calls Reagan ‘Dangerous,’ Will Run as Independent

     
    Eight crewmen are killed when a mission to rescue U.S. hostages in Iran is aborted. April 25, 1980: Rep. John B. Anderson (R-Ill.) announces that he will enter the presidential race as an independent, saying, "The time has come in the history of the...