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  • Floyd Mayweather Jr.vs. Robert Guerrero: round-by-round recap

    Floyd Mayweather Jr.vs. Robert Guerrero: round-by-round recap
    Floyd Mayweather Jr. had been out of the ring for more than a year but there was little rust showing in his 36-year-old body on Saturday night. Mayweather spent the first couple of rounds at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas sizing up Robert...
  • Chris Arreola's boxing title hopes take a serious pummeling

    Chris Arreola's boxing title hopes take a serious pummeling
    The heavyweight boxing title aspirations of Riverside's Chris Arreola ended in a bloody mess Saturday night. The hard-punching, clever-talking Arreola, marketed as a great hope to become the first heavyweight champion of Mexican heritage, took a...
  • USC football: Judge dismisses case against Junior Pomee

    USC football: Judge dismisses case against Junior Pomee
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday dismissed all charges against former USC football player Junior Pomee, who was arrested in January. Pomee, a freshman tight end last season, had been charged with five felony counts, including...
  • USC receiver Marqise Lee's injury not considered serious

    USC receiver Marqise Lee's injury not considered serious
    USC star receiver Marqise Lee sat out practice Saturday, but the Trojans breathed a major sigh of relief. Coach Lane Kiffin said the junior had suffered a bone bruise on Friday, a condition that qualified as good news for USC. Lee, the Biletnikoff...
  • The Seegmiller Law Firm

    The Seegmiller Law Firm
    With offices in Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Las Vegas, the Seegmiller Law Firm is dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of anyone who has suffered a personal injury in California or Nevada. William Seegmiller founded the...
  • WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison

    WikiLeaks trial: Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison
    FT. MEADE, Md. -- A military judge on Wednesday sentenced Army Pfc. Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison, ending a summer-long court-martial in which he was convicted of espionage for leaking a vast trove of classified U.S. military and diplomatic...
  • Bradley Manning wants to live as a woman named Chelsea Manning

    Bradley Manning wants to live as a woman named Chelsea Manning
    The story of Pfc. Bradley Manning is a grand personal tragedy with a small potential for a happy ending. On Wednesday, a military judge sentenced Manning to 35 years in prison for giving WikiLeaks some 750,000 classified military documents. On Thursday,...
  • Manning's attorney argues for short sentence so he can 'have a life'

    Manning's attorney argues for short sentence so he can 'have a life'
    FT. Meade, Md. — Army Pfc. Bradly Manning’s legal defense team, led by attorney David Coombs, said Monday that the government was “only interested in punishment” rather than “the needs of the individual soldier,” and he...
  • Dog owner charged with murder in woman's mauling

    Dog owner charged with murder in woman's mauling
    Pamela Devitt was taking a morning walk through her neighborhood earlier this month when a pack of pit bulls mauled her. The retired office manager suffered 150 to 200 puncture wounds in the fatal attack. When the first sheriff's deputy arrived on the...
  • U.S. says sheriff's deputies harassed Antelope Valley residents

    U.S. says sheriff's deputies harassed Antelope Valley residents
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies harassed and intimidated blacks, Latinos and other residents in the Antelope Valley, the U.S. Justice Department has concluded after a two-year investigation. Federal officials found a pattern of sheriff's...
  • Californians would go further than Gov. Brown to cut prison crowding

    Californians would go further than Gov. Brown to cut prison crowding
    SACRAMENTO — Most California voters are willing to take more drastic steps than Gov. Jerry Brown favors to reduce prison crowding, including the early release of nonviolent offenders, but they don't want to sacrifice public safety to reduce the...