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  • Cookie Gilchrist dies at 75; AFL star player

    Cookie Gilchrist dies at 75; AFL star player
    Cookie Gilchrist, a bruising fullback who as one of the American Football League's first star players helped lead the Buffalo Bills to a championship in 1964, has died. He was 75. Gilchrist died Monday of cancer at an assisted living facility near...
  • Harold Dow dies at 62; decorated CBS newsman helped shape '48 Hours'

    Harold Dow dies at 62; decorated CBS newsman helped shape '48 Hours'
    Emmy-winning CBS News correspondent Harold Dow, who helped shape the documentary program "48 Hours" and covered the kidnapping of Patty Hearst and the 9/11 attacks, has died. He was 62. Dow died unexpectedly Saturday morning in New Jersey, network...
  • Luke McKissack dies at 72; L.A. criminal and civil rights lawyer

    Luke McKissack dies at 72; L.A. criminal and civil rights lawyer
    Luke McKissack, a prominent Los Angeles criminal defense and civil rights attorney whose clients included Sirhan B. Sirhan after his conviction for the assassination of Sen. Robert Kennedy and an Army private charged with the hand-grenade killing of two...
  • Philip Vannatter dies at 70; LAPD detective in O.J. Simpson case

    Philip Vannatter dies at 70; LAPD detective in O.J. Simpson case
    Philip Vannatter, the Los Angeles police detective who led the investigation of the 1994 slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, has died. Vannatter died of complications from cancer Friday in Santa Clarita, his wife, Rita, said. He was 70....
  • Your votes are in: The 20 greatest L.A. sports figures of all time

     
    It started out as the 10 greatest L.A. sports figures of all time, but after getting 1,712 ballots, we are expanding it to the top 20. It is quite the eclectic group, a nice mix of announcers, coaches, athletes and......
  • Loudon Wainwright sings 'Newt Gingrich Is Running For Pres'

     
    Singer songwriter Loudon Wainwright satirizes Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich in new song. 'Newt Gingrich Is Running For Prez' is latest topical song from Loudon Wainwright III....
  • USC football: Matt Barkley says he did not return to win Heisman

     
    USC quarterback Matt Barkley said improving his NFL draft stock and winning the Heisman Trophy were not the reasons he decided to return to USC for a final season. Barkley was regarded as a possible top-10 pick in the April......
  • First open seat for D.A. since 1964 [Coffeebreak Quiz answer]

     
    It has been 48 years since the last open-seat election for district attorney. That's when Evelle J. Younger defeated Manley Bowler to succeed William B. McKesson in the 1964 race....
  • Monster Mash: Larry Gagosian sued; violinist on Costa Concordia

     
    Larry Gagosian is being sued for more than $14 million for allegedly selling two works of art that some claim he had no right to sell. A Hungarian violinist who helped children into their life jackets aboard the Costa Concordia is the first identified...
  • Philip Vannatter, detective in Simpson and Polanski cases, is dead

     
    Philip Vannatter, the Los Angeles police detective who was led the investigation of the brutal 1994 slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, has died. His brother, Joe, told the Associated Press that he died of complications from cancer.......
  • Whitney Houston memorials spring up at N.J. school, church

     
    “She was in the choir and the chorus. She used to sing at church. But I didn’t expect she’d become a great singer – the greatest singer in the world,” said Principal Henry W. Hamilton, who admits he missed the explosive...