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  • Toddler allegedly killed by father suffered broken leg last year

    Toddler allegedly killed by father suffered broken leg last year
    A  Baldwin Park toddler who was allegedly killed by his father suffered a broken leg last year in an incident that was investigated by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, authorities said Thursday afternoon. Officials with...
  • Lakers trainer Gary Vitti: Kobe Bryant progresses, return unclear

    Lakers trainer Gary Vitti: Kobe Bryant progresses, return unclear
    Kobe Bryant is progressing from his Achilles' tendon surgery on April 13, but Lakers trainer Gary Vitti still doesn't have a specific return date for the All-Star guard. "We don't know yet. Kobe looks exactly the way he's supposed to look at this...
  • Lakers' Steve Blake vs. fan leads to a fine

    Lakers' Steve Blake vs. fan leads to a fine
    Of all the wacko things that have happened at the start of this Lakers season, this one takes the raspberry cake. One of their nicest players has been fined $25,000 for cursing out a heckler who happens to be one of their best fans. Between the point...
  • It's time for Pau Gasol to assert himself

    It's time for Pau Gasol to assert himself
    If Pau Gasol's feelings were hurt a year ago when the Lakers tried to trade him to the Hornets for Chris Paul, his subpar performance last season is easier to understand. But when trade rumors were revived around midseason, Gasol should have been fired...
  • Patterns have Notre Dame, USC attention

    Patterns have Notre Dame, USC attention
    We combed the hills and scoured the wires for this batch of weekend tidbits: • Boston College has knocked undefeated Notre Dame out of the national title race in each of the last two decades: 1993 and 2002. Notre Dame (9-0) plays at Boston College...
  • Driver guilty of causing fatal crash while using ‘laughing gas’

     
    An Orange County driver was convicted and sentenced Monday for the fiery crash that killed a passenger and injured two others that resuled from him inhailing nitrous oxide gas -- otherwise known as "laughing gas" -- while driving and losing control of his...
  • Three Rancho Cucamonga teens struck by alleged drunk driver

     
    Authorities said that Cory Holker, 29, lost control of his Toyota Camry as he attemped to pass a slower vehicle near Alta Loma High School and struck three 16-year-old girls near a Rancho Cucamonga high school campus....
  • Homeless celebrate 'Christmas in July' with snow in downtown L.A.

     
    The Union Rescue Mission holds “Christmas in July,” an annual event in downtown L.A. that invites homeless families to celebrate the holiday spirit with snow, Santa Claus and presents....
  • Times is honored in L.A. Press Club awards

     
    The Times was honored in several categories Sunday evening in the Los Angeles Press Club's 54th annual Southern California Journalism Awards: Robert Faturechi and Jack Leonard won first prize for investigative series (large papers) for their coverage of...
  • Boys' basketball: La Verne Lutheran is back

     
    La Verne Lutheran (24-6) has come out of seemingly nowhere to reach the Southern Section Division 4AA semifinals and get the opportunity to play on the road against unbeaten Torrance Bishop Montgomery on Friday night. The Trojans won two Southern......
  • Michael McKean makes 'break a leg' jokes after breaking leg

    Michael McKean makes 'break a leg' jokes after breaking leg
    The theatrical expression to "break a leg" is a frequently used backstage salute that means "good luck." For Michael McKean, the "Spinal Tap" actor who was recently appearing in the Broadway revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man," the idiom became literal...