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  • One firefighter injured in 15-acre Santa Barbara County brush fire

     
    One firefighter suffered a minor leg injury while attacking a slow-moving brush fire that threatened about 100 homes and forced mandatory evacuations in Santa Barbara County on Wednesday, officials said....
  • Assessor John Noguez should resign, county supervisor says

     
    Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, who had previously called for Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez to step down, reiterated Wednesday that he believes Noguez is unfit for office....
  • Assessor Noguez under pressure to resign after charges

     
    There was growing pressure on embattled L.A. County Assessor John Noguez to resign Thursday after he and two others were charged in a widening corruption case. Noguez will continue to receive his full $197,000 salary unless he is convicted of......
  • L.A. County Assessor John Noguez can't make bail, stays in jail

     
    Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, who has spent the last six days in jail after his arrest on suspicion of taking bribes to lower property tax bills, will stay behind bars a while longer....
  • Assessor John Noguez seeks bail reduction

     
    Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez and the tax consultant accused of bribing him, Ramin Salari, are scheduled to be in court Monday to argue for lower bail and to prove that any money they use to pay it was not acquired through criminal means....
  • Cudahy bribery scandal: Five apply to replace former mayor

     
    Five people have submitted their names for appointment to the Cudahy City Council for the post that was vacated when Mayor David Silva resigned after being charged with extortion and bribery....
  • Talk back: Antonio Villaraigosa for president?

     
    Despite a steadily increasing national stature since he was first elected mayor of Los Angeles in 2005, Antonio Villaraigosa says he's not interested in the Oval Office....
  • Pakistan high court summons prime minister; new contempt case looms

     
    For the second time this year, Pakistan's Supreme Court is setting the stage for a potential contempt case against the country's prime minister for ignoring its order to revive longstanding graft proceedings against President Asif Ali Zardari....
  • Revival of downtown L.A. streetcars headed for ballot

     
    Downtown voters will decide the fate of a $125 million effort to bring a trolley system back to Los Angeles after the City Council agreed to place a special tax measure on the November ballot. Council members Tuesday approved formation of a taxing...
  • Cuba Gooding Jr. wanted by police in New Orleans bar incident

     
    Los Angeles-based actor Cuba Gooding Jr. is wanted by the New Orleans police for allegedly pushing a female bartender twice in a French Quarter business early Tuesday morning....
  • Aquarium of the Pacific wants to tap seawater to refill fish tanks

     
    The Aquarium of the Pacific may finally get a direct line to the ocean. For years the Long Beach attraction has filled its complex of fish tanks and marine life habitats with salt water delivered by tanker truck or barge......