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  • Steve Lopez: Help find this man released early from county jail

    Steve Lopez: Help find this man released early from county jail
    Family members are frantically searching for Mike Farrell, a 75-year-old Frazier Park resident who was released early Tuesday morning from the L.A. County Jail and may not be competent to find his way home. Farrell was arrested last week on suspicion of...
  • Ann Ravel, California's -- and now D.C.'s -- pol monitor

     Ann Ravel, California's -- and now D.C.'s -- pol monitor
    When the sky became the limit for most political spending after the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, the skywatchers like Ann Ravel had to readjust their telescopes. As head of California's Fair Political Practices Commission, she policed the...
  • L.A. coaches get punked; why the Dodgers lost the NLCS to St. Louis

    L.A. coaches get punked; why the Dodgers lost the NLCS to St. Louis
    As the old TV series used to say, there are a million stories in the naked city. We'll touch on each in just a few sentences. Here goes: • Ben Howland coaches UCLA to a regular season Pac-12 basketball title and gets punked by Bruins brass. Vinny...
  • A. Scott Berg defines Woodrow Wilson

     A. Scott Berg defines Woodrow Wilson
    A. Scott Berg didn't enroll at Princeton until almost 100 years after Woodrow Wilson did. But by now, Berg is well acquainted with the man who led the nation into World War I and promoted (but couldn't get the U.S. to join) a League of Nations to help end...
  • USC-Notre Dame matchup brings back memories for John McKay's son J.K.

    USC-Notre Dame matchup brings back memories for John McKay's son J.K.
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Even if they didn't have any other reason, USC and Notre Dame should play football every year just so we can tell John McKay stories. He coached the Trojans from 1960-75 and you don't need a record book to know he was...
  • Derek Ouyang, home improver with a green goal

     Derek Ouyang, home improver with a green goal
    Welcome to the really, really green 'hood — 20 demonstration houses in Irvine's Great Park. Irvine is the cradle of the designed neighborhood, but not like this. These homes were designed and built to compete in the Department of Energy's Solar...
  • India turns to a Californian to regain Davis Cup prestige

    India turns to a Californian to regain Davis Cup prestige
    Here's a twist for tennis fans: The road to Davis Cup glory for India now goes through Calabasas. On Sept. 21, in a country where tennis plays second fiddle only to cricket, India's tennis federation announced a surprising departure from its traditional...
  • L.A.'s new coroner to the people

    L.A.'s new coroner to the people
    Mark Fajardo's first weeks in the very public job of Los Angeles County coroner coincided with the deaths of two TV actors — one from "That '70s Show" and another from "Rizzoli & Isles" — and the toxicology report from the car-crash death of...
  • Delta conservation plan is only a piecemeal solution

    Delta conservation plan is only a piecemeal solution
    STATEN ISLAND, Calif. — The Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is one of the most biologically diverse and ecologically sensitive areas in the country and the source of 30% of Southern California's water. It's also broken. Those may be the only...
  • Big U.S. banks keeping door open to another financial crisis

    Big U.S. banks keeping door open to another financial crisis
    There are two ways to think about how far we've come in protecting against a repeat of the financial meltdown five years ago that plunged the world into recession. You can conclude that we've pretty much eradicated the risk of another such crisis. That'...
  • Health law's ailments can be cured by single-payer system

    Health law's ailments can be cured by single-payer system
    With the Oct. 1 rollout of a major facet of the Affordable Care Act on the horizon, you'll be hearing a lot about the glitches, loopholes and shortcomings of this most important restructuring of America's healthcare system in our lifetimes. Here are a...