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  • 13-year-old boy injured in Glassell Park drive-by shooting

     
    A 13-year-old boy was injured Thursday in Glassell Park during a series of shootings that may have been gang-related, authorities said. The victim was in the 3300 block of Drew Street about 4:15 p.m. when two males drove by in......
  • Attorney, retired professor accused of defrauding tribe

     
    An attorney for the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians and a retired Claremont McKenna College professor are among four people who have been indicted on federal bribery and money laundering charges, the U.S. Attorney's office said Thursday....
  • Lawyer alleges illegal race-based L.A. council district maps

     
    A lawyer representing African Americans in South L.A. announced he is preparing to file a federal lawsuit alleging that the City Council and a redistricting commission discriminated against his clients when they redrew council maps last year....
  • Metro officials approve first 3.9 miles of Westside subway route

     
    L.A. County transportation officials certified environmental documents for the $5.6 billion Westside Subway Extension, moving a step closer toward beginning construction of the proposed rail line underneath Wilshire Boulevard....
  • After student slayings, a new security push around USC

     
    USC and the Los Angeles Police Department announced sweeping new security measures Thursday, including the addition of 30 police officers to the area surrounding the campus. The move comes three weeks after the university was stunned by the slayings of......
  • Shoplifting suspect in custody after shooting at LAPD officers

     
    A shoplifting suspect fleeing police Thursday evening fired several shots at officers in southeast Los Angeles, authorities said. No Los Angeles Police Department officers were hurt in the shooting, which was reported about 6:25 p.m. in the 10200 block...
  • Edison CEO offers no hint when San Onofre will be back online

     
    The chairman and CEO of Edison International briefly addressed the equipment problems at the San Onofre nuclear plant in his remarks at the company's annual shareholders meeting Thursday, but he gave no hint of what is causing the issues or......
  • Stanton man convicted of arson and animal cruelty

     
    A 31-year-old Stanton man was convicted Thursday of setting fire to his home and poisoning his dog before slitting its throat. Jaime Arturo Garcia pleaded guilty to one felony count of arson, one felony count of animal cruelty and one......
  • Amid scrutiny, water district will freeze water rates

     
    A water district serving nearly four million residents in L.A. County announced Thursday that it intends to freeze rates for the first time since 2003. The Water Replenishment District of Southern California’s announcement came after a Times story...
  • TSA screeners allegedly let drug-filled luggage through LAX for cash

     
    Four current and former Transportation Security Administration screeners have been arrested and face charges of taking bribes and looking the other way while suitcases filled with cocaine, methamphetamine or marijuana passed through X-ray machines at...
  • California state workers committed bribery, mail fraud, auditor says

     
    California state workers cited by auditor for misconduct...