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  • Audio: Michael Jackson's haunting voice echoes in trial

     
    Michael Jackson's voice: The most surprising testimony in the first day of the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician may have come from the pop star himself in a recording in which he sounded heavily drugged and slurred his words....
  • Minister who sold phony cure to dying patients found guilty

     
    Minister who sold phony herbal cure to dying cancer patients guilty...
  • Michael Jackson was too sick to dance at rehearsals, director says

     
    Michael Jackson death: Kenny Ortega, the renowned choreographer and director, took the stand Tuesday afternoon at trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician Conrad Murray and told jurors he had grave concerns about the singer's health and his doctor'...
  • Man allegedly kills neighbor in dispute over lights

     
    A 51-year-old Canyon Country man was charged with murder Tuesday for the shotgun death of his next door neighbor after a feud over the installation of a new light system turned deadly. Lennie Paul Tracey is charged with murdering Anthony Jay Davis and...
  • UCLA's Reeves Nelson, Joshua Smith on Wooden Award list

     
    UCLA teammates Reeves Nelson and Joshua Smith and UC Santa Barbara's Orlando Johnson are among the 50 players on the John R. Wooden Award's preseason list, selected by by the Los Angeles Athletic Club on Monday....
  • 'Irvine 11' case goes to the jury

     
    The trial of seven UC Irvine and three UC Riverside students who are accused of illegally disrupting a speech at UC Irvine is now in the hands of the jury,...
  • Free admission to select Southern California museums on Oct. 2

     
    Major museums around Southern California will be offering free admission on Sunday, Oct. 2 as part of Pacific Standard Time, the initiative led by the Getty focusing on the history of art in the region from 1945 to 1980. Museums offering free admission on...
  • Man pleads not guilty to tossing son overboard

     
    Dad tosses son overboard: An Irvine man accused of throwing his 7-year-old son overboard during a harbor cruise in Newport Beach pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of felony child abuse and endangerment....
  • President Obama lands in San Diego for fundraiser

     
    Air Force One, carrying President Barack Obama, just landed at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station in mid-San Diego....
  • Jewish groups complain of anti-Semitism at UC campuses

     
    For the second time in 14 months, some Jewish community activists, along with UC alumni and professors, are asking University of California administrators to take more forceful action against what they contend is anti-Semitism on UC campuses and...
  • Sierra Nevada red foxes are more common than once thought

     
    At least half a dozen Sierra Nevada red foxes, a species once believed to have been nearly wiped out in the 1920s, roam the high country wilderness south of Yosemite, U.S. Forest Service biologists said Thursday. Until last year, biologists believed the...