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  • Who is shooting California sea lions? It's usually a mystery

     
    The weak and woozy California sea lion found on a San Francisco Bay-area beach in December with buckshot embedded in its skull has become an all-too-common sight for wildlife officials. Wildlife officials have seen a slight rise in the shooting......
  • 5 wounded in gang shooting in Valley Glen, police say

     
    Los Angeles police were searching Sunday for two men involved in a suspected gang-related shooting that left five wounded outside a Valley Glen home. The incident occurred in the 6200 block of Babcock Avenue at about 10:55 p.m. Saturday after......
  • Five things to watch in Lakers-Grizzlies matchup

     
    1. The Lakers' split performance this season against Memphis shows their inconsistency with putting teams away early. A 124-105 victory Nov. 3 against the Grizzlies reflected the Lakers' strong 8-0 start where everyone played as a team and prided...
  • Rise in sea lion shootings reported in California

     
    SAN FRANCISCO — The weak and woozy California sea lion found on a San Francisco Bay-area beach in December with buckshot embedded in its skull has become an all-too-common sight for wildlife officials. Wildlife officials have seen a slight rise......
  • ‘Pretty Little Liars’ premiere recap: ‘It’s the opposite of funny’

     
    When we last left our haunted heroine foursome, things on “Pretty Little Liars” were about to get really interesting: Hannah had just figured out A’s identity was about to clue Emily and Spencer in when — whammo! — a rogue......
  • Outposts looks back at 2010: Achievements

     
    With the the year ending, it is worth looking back at memorable posts of 2010. Each day this week through Friday, Outposts will recount some of the records broken, the achievements reached, the notable passings and the downright unusual during......
  • Kings: Injured Alexei Ponikarovsky will sit again; Jonathan Quick to start against Coyotes

     
    Greetings from rainy Glendale, Ariz. Left wing Alexei Ponikarovsky, who missed Monday’s 4-0 victory at San Jose because of a lower-body injury that is believed to be an ankle problem, was the first player on the ice for the Kings’......
  • Pick a side: Is California broken, or is the state doing pretty well considering the recession?

     
    California isn't broken, wrote Bill Lockyer, California state treasurer, and Stephen Levy, director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy, in a Dec. 20 Op-Ed. Yes it is, argued several readers over the past week. In their......
  • An unlikely place to fight bat-killing white-nose syndrome: military bunkers

     
    CONCORD, N.H. — Biologist Susi von Oettingen walked into the dark World War II-era military bunker and took out her flashlight. Among the old pipes, wires and machinery parts, she saw some bats hanging from cracks in the cement walls......
  • Philip Hersh: 24th annual awards to international sports figures

     
    So here we are, at the end of another year, finding ourselves looking back at an Olympics with tragedy and triumph, with good sports and sore losers (you know who you are, Evgeny Plushenko), a year with stirring achievements and......
  • Man shot dead, two others wounded in South L.A.

     
    One man was shot to death and two others were wounded Thursday evening in an unincorporated neighborhood in South Los Angeles. The gunfire broke out about 5:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of West 104th Street in Westmont, the Los......