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  • Woman missing since September found dead in Riverside

     
    A body found in a field in Riverside has been identified as that of a woman who had been missing since September....
  • Gov. Brown urges UCLA students to support Prop. 30

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown brought his campaign for the Proposition 30 tax measure to UCLA on Tuesday, urging students at a rally there to vote for it or risk facing a substantial tuition increase....
  • PUC poised to investigate rates at troubled San Onofre

     
    The California Public Utilities Commission is poised to open an investigation into the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant, a process that could result in ratepayers getting reduced utility bills in the future. Some Southern California Edison and San...
  • Father arrested after baby is found alone in parked car

     
    Police arrested a Costa Mesa man after his infant daughter was found in a car seat in the parking lot of an Irvine community college....
  • Woman sexually assaulted in Old Pasadena alley

     
    Pasadena police are investigating a sexual assault that occurred Saturday night in an alleyway between Colorado Boulevard and Holly Street in Old Pasadena....
  • Mystery over Bumble Bee tuna worker cooked to death continues

     
    Authorities are still trying to solve the mystery of how a Bumble Bee seafood worker was cooked to death in an industrial oven last week. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, which is investigating the death, said it......
  • Supervisors agree to hire jail monitor after brutality claims

     
    Los Angeles County supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to hire a monitor to ensure that recommendations to improve safety and improve oversight of the nation's largest jail system are carried out....
  • Moody's cuts one L.A. bond rating but weighs raising another

     
    After high-profile bankruptcies occurred in Stockton and San Bernardino, the financial rating agency Moody’s Corp. has been reviewing the stability of dozens of California cities in recent months....
  • Six colleges failed to comply with Cleary Act, audit finds

     
    A state audit of six California colleges found that all failed to fully comply with the Cleary Act – which requires colleges that receive certain federal aid programs to publish security policies and crime statistics annually....
  • El Monte officials vote to rehire 'Gangnam' video lifeguards

     
    A divided El Monte City Council voted to return 14 city lifeguards to the jobs they lost last month after shooting a video spoof using the city pool and wearing city-issued uniforms without permission....
  • Pharmacists indicted in alleged L.A. Oxycontin ring

     
    New federal charges have been filed in a case involving a Los Angeles prescription mill that distributed more than 900,000 Oxycontin pills on the streets, authorities announced Tuesday....