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Re "Hospitals shedding metal detectors," Feb. 3 I well remember the 1993 shooting of emergency room physician Richard May at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center. I was the trauma anesthesiologist and staff physician on duty that day who took care of...
L.A. NOWPolice said the boy accused of opening fire inside a Taft, Calif., high school Thursday, critically injuring a classmate, felt he was being bullied and that appears to be a motive for the incident. Law enforcement officials said the suspect......
L.A. NOWVitaliy Krasnoperov, was sentenced to life in prison without the posibility of parole, according to a statement from the Orange County district attorney's office....
Russell Shank, the chief librarian at UCLA from 1977 to 1989 who was known as a staunch supporter of 1st Amendment rights in all libraries and an early proponent of technology as a way to enhance library services, has died. He was 86. Shank, a...
Tribune NewspapersOne of the many pleasures of Sara Paretsky's V.I. Warshawski novels is that the sharp-tongued, short-tempered detective often seems to be following clues that lead not just to the heart of whatever mystery is at hand, but also into the red-hot center of...
Nation NowCruise ship deaths: Autopsies results are back on the deaths of two people aboard an NCL cruise ship. Although no foul play is found, mayhem can and does happen aboard ship, and when deaths do occur, there's a morgue ready and waiting....
L.A. NOWThe father of Kelly Thomas, the homeless man who died after an altercation with Fullerton police last month, has revealed new details Monday about his son’s injuries. Ron Thomas said that MRI and X-ray results from the hospital that treated......
Several emergency room physicians called Monday for an end to raves at the Los Angeles Coliseum after a massive weekend event sent scores of teenagers and young adults to hospitals, mostly for drug intoxication. At least two people — one of them...
L.A. NOWCoroner officials reported 11 killings in Los Angeles County between June 7 and Sunday morning, bringing the year-to-date total to 312, according to data collected for The Times' Homicide Report database. By this time last year 343 people had been......
Television Critic“Ashes to Ashes,” which premieres tonight on BBC America, is a sequel to “Life on Mars,” the 2006 series whose American remake ABC has just canceled. It's an unlikely thing, given that the first series' main character killed...
Martha "Sunny" von Bulow, an heiress of misfortune who spent almost 28 years in a coma and whose husband, Claus von Bulow, twice went on trial on charges of attempting to kill her, died Saturday at a nursing home in New York City. She was 76. She had a...
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Second of two partsThey arrived by ambulance every half-hour, their blistering wounds caked in soot and mud. In the hospital trauma bay, doctors examined their scorched backs and limbs, black in the sterile, white light. They smelled of burnt flesh. Nurses removed...
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