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  • Police seek person who fatally shot man in Mid-City

     
    Los Angeles police were searching Monday for the person who shot a 50-year old man in the Mid-City area Sunday evening....
  • LAPD warns women after notorious rapist strikes again

     
    For nine years the “teardrop rapist" was one of Los Angeles’ most prolific serial predators, preying on women from Melrose Avenue to Manchester Boulevard. Until 1995, the suspect, sometimes described as having a teardrop tattoo below one eye,...
  • Wayward dolphin scared back into Bolsa Chica Wetlands

     
    On Friday, human spectators scared a confused dolphin into staying in the shallow waters of Orange County’s Bolsa Chica Wetlands, wildlife officials said. On Saturday, it was another group of dolphins that chased the stranded marine animal back into...
  • Saturday’s Highlights: 'Firelight' on Hallmark

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 6 - 12 in PDF format TV listings for the week of May 6 - 12 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies CUBA GOODING......
  • California fracking bill would protect industry ‘trade secrets’

     
    A California lawmaker working to pass the Golden State's first hydraulic fracturing rules has watered down his landmark legislation, hoping to overcome industry opposition to a measure that would force energy companies to disclose the mysterious mix of...
  • California to draft regulations for oil and gas fracking

     
    Under pressure from state lawmakers and environmentalists, Gov. Jerry Brown's administration is vowing to develop regulations for hydraulic fracturing, a controversial oil extraction method that some say can pose a hazard to drinking water. California's...
  • Boys' tennis: Southern Section playoff pairings

     
    OYS TENNIS SOUTHERN SECTION PLAYOFFS DIVISION 1 Wild-card matches. Tuesday, 3 p.m. A--Redondo at San Marcos B--Crossroads at Thousand Oaks C--Woodbridge at Dana Hills D--Buena Park at Loyola E--Simi Valley at Fullerton F--Campbell Hall at Northwood...
  • California lawmakers push for fracking rules

     
    California lawmakers took preliminary steps to increase the size of the state's oil and gas agency -- with the condition that regulators draft rules for hydraulic fracturing, a controversial form of oil extraction that some say can pose a hazard to...
  • Wayward dolphin may have been bullied by others

     
    A dolphin that for days has lingered in a shallow channel in the Bolsa Chica wetlands may have been bullied and prevented from leaving by fellow dolphins, according to one marine mammal rescue specialist on the scene. When rescue crews......
  • Irvine homes, school evacuated because of natural gas leak

     
    About 100 homes and a school in Irvine were evacuated Wednesday while workers repaired a ruptured natural gas line, police and fire officials said. Orange County Fire Authority personnel were dispatched about 11:30 a.m. to Portola Parkway and Yale Avenue,...
  • Sneak peek: New gardens at Natural History Museum's North Campus

     
    Natural History Museum garden: Landscape architect Mia Lehrer and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County give a sneak peek at the new North Campus gardens scheduled to open in 2013....