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About 300 people have contacted the University of Southern California about a longtime campus gynecologist accused of misconduct as administrators Tuesday began sharing the names of former patients with Los Angeles police for a criminal investigation. ... [Read More]
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Deputies have released photos of three suspects connected to at least two home burglaries in and around Vista, hoping the public can help them track down the wanted men. [Read More]
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Tesla Inc's Model 3 sedan recorded more registrations in California than its class rivals BMW 3-Series and Mercedes C-Class in the first quarter, according to a report by the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA). [Read More]
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A person of interest is being sought Wednesday after the bodies of three people were discovered at a home in the Leimert Park neighborhood of South Los Angeles the night before. Police discovered the bodies while responding to a home in 3900 block of South Bronson Avenue just before 8:30 p.m. The victims were described as two males and a female by Los Angeles Police Department Detective Byron Roberts. No names or ages of the victims were immediately available and no... [Read More]
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Ana Suda, who was born in Texas, recorded the encounter last week on her cell phone after the agent asked her and her friend, Mimi Hernandez, who is from California, for their IDs while they waited in line to pay for groceries at a gas station. [Read More]
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A homicide investigation was underway after two men and a woman were found dead Tuesday evening at a home in Leimert Park. [Read More]
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Clint Walker, the towering, strapping actor who handed down justice as the title character in the early TV western "Cheyenne," has died, his daughter said Tuesday. Walker died Monday of congestive heart failure at a hospital in his longtime home of Grass Valley, California at age 91, his daughter, Valerie Walker, told The Associated Press. "He was a warrior, he was fighting to the end," said Valerie Walker, a retired commercial pilot who was among the first... [Read More]
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Scott Huesing is a retired Marine major and the author of "Echo in Ramadi: The Firsthand Story of U.S. Marines in Iraq's Deadliest City." In 2006, Scott was the commanding officer of Echo Company, 2d Battalion, 4th Marines deployed to Ramadi, Iraq. Scott retired with 24 years of service. He deployed 10 times including to Afghanistan, Iraq and the Horn of Africa. During this podcast, Scott takes us inside the intense fighting in Ramadi, Iraq and introduces us to some... [Read More]
University of California regents this week plan to scrutinize the budget of President Janet Napolitano, whose office came under political fire last year for questionable spending and murky accounting. Regents will vote on the proposed $876.4-million budget for 2018-19 during their two-day meeting,... [Read More]
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SpaceX on Tuesday blasted six small commercial satellites to low-Earth orbit. It was the company's 10th launch this year — but the payload itself may be a sign of what's to come. Like many companies, Iridium Communications Inc. has been developing a constellation of satellites. Those smaller satellites... [Read More]
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Finally, Colin Rea is pitching competitively again. The 27-year-old started his first game since July 2016 in Double-A San Antonio's 9-6 loss to visiting Tulsa on Tuesday, allowing four runs in 3 1/3 innings. Rea struck out two, walked one and yielded six innings, including the first of Errol Robinson's... [Read More]
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Here we go again. Phase 3 of OTAs has just begun — wherein practices with opposition (but no contact) are allowed — and already there have been two ACL tears. Chargers tight end Hunter Henry and Eagles linebacker Paul Worrilow suffered just that fate on Tuesday. Many felt there was an ACL epidemic... [Read More]
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In the wake of two appalling scandals that have badly marred the reputation of the University of Southern California, it is time for President C.L. Max Nikias to step aside or be ousted. Almost a year after the shocking revelation that the dean of the medical school was doing drugs and partying... [Read More]
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To the editor: The Los Angeles Times reports what has been known for years: The state's high-speed rail project is an economic drain on California and shows no sign of following a viable path forward. It is a sad state when the leading candidates for governor won't address the largest infrastructure... [Read More]
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To the editor: Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel A. Ottolia is completely wrong in saying that the the state's physician-assisted suicide law is unrelated to healthcare and therefore was illegally passed by the California Legislature in a special session devoted to this subject. Doctors... [Read More]
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About 300 people have contacted the University of Southern California about a longtime campus gynecologist accused of misconduct as administrators Tuesday began sharing the names of former patients with Los Angeles police for a criminal investigation. The university declined to say how many of... [Read More]
Get into a routine. Setting time aside to stay fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle is encouraged. Expanding your knowledge, honing your skills and striving to be your best will help you live up to your expectations and achieve your long-term goals. L... [Read More]
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California prosecutors are opposing new DNA testing in an infamous 35-year-old murder case, saying previous tests showed the right man is on death row. San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos in a statement Monday asked Gov. Jerry Brown to deny Kevin Cooper's clemency petition. The 60-year-old inmate is awaiting execution... [Read More]
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"Never trust that the Sierras will be safe. Always prepare for the worst." [Read More]
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Members of Fair Districts PA, which advocates for redistricting reform, rally on the Capitol steps. (Katie Meyer/WITF) (Harrisburg) -- State lawmakers have advanced a bill that would change the state's constitution to put its congressional district map in the hands of an citizens' commission, one whose 11 members would be chosen by elected officials. Originally, SB22 called for an independent citizens' commission, modeled after the process used by states such as California, where individuals can apply to be a part of the deciding panel. That version also turned over mapmaking to a state Supreme Court advisor, in the event... [Read More]
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