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- Santa Maria police officer, facing arrest, is killed by colleague
Police suspected the officer of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. He resisted arrest and fired his gun, police say, and a fellow officer fatally shot him.
A Santa Maria police officer suspected of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl was shot and killed by a fellow officer as he was about to be arrested, authorities said.
- L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa offers leadership lesson at USC
L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa drops in on a USC class taught by Dan Schnur and discusses his career and leadership philosophy. He also says he wants to take a break when his term is up.
USC students enrolled in this semester’s Case Studies in Modern Leadership class have been pondering what makes a good leader.
- Occupy Oakland arrests reach 400; City Hall vandalized
Saturday’s daylong protest was the most contentious since authorities dismantled the Occupy Oakland encampment late last year.
Officials surveyed damage Sunday from a volatile Occupy protest that resulted in hundreds of arrests the day before and left the historic City Hall vandalized after demonstrators broke into the building, smashed display cases, cut electrical wires and burned an American flag.
- By any name, it’s lobbying
Gingrich bristled at Romney’s L-word tag, but it’s all semantics.
Without picking a side in the entertaining Republican presidential contest, let us stipulate that Mitt Romney was smack on target when he called Newt Gingrich an influence peddler.
- For Downtown Women, a Healthy Future
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – When officials at the California HospitalMedical Center opened the $8.1 million Los Angeles Center forWomen’s Health this month, a host of politicians and local businessleade
- Company Cements Street Tree, Ordered to Remove
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - On Jan. 13, Downtown Los AngelesNeighborhood Council board member Valerie Watson, who chairs thegroup’s Parks committee, happened upon a maintenance workersmoothing fresh con
- Redistricting Sparks Political Battle for Downtown
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – The panel in charge of redrawing theboundaries of the city’s 15 council districts has proposeddrastically altering the dividing lines in Downtown Los Angeles.The move sets th
- Fifth and Broadway’s Pill Problem
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – Those in need of prescription drugs inDowntown often head to Rite Aid at Fifth Street and Broadway, butmany never even enter the pharmacy to pick up their Vicodin,Klonopin or
- Occupy LA to March in Solidarity with Oakland
The clash between Oakland police and Occupy protesters has inspired Los Angeles demonstrators to express solidarity with their movement’s brethren to the north.
- Hundreds Rally Against Human Trafficking
About 300,000 U.S. children are at risk of being swept into commercial sexual exploitation. This figure stands in stark contrast to the idea that human trafficking is not just a problem outside of U.S.
- Mourners Hold Candlelight Vigil for Slain Mom
As many as 100 family and friends of Bree-Anna Guzman, the 22-year-old mother of two whose body was found on a Los Angeles area freeway after she went missing in December 2011, are expected Sunday to hold a…
- Body Found in Silver Lake Identified
The family of a missing Lincoln Heights woman gathered at the crime scene.
- Police In Simi Valley Report Robbery At US Bank Branch
Police in Simi Valley report that a US Bank branch was robbed Sunday afternoon.
- Police Looking For Arson Suspect Who Set Fire At University Of California, Santa Barbara
Police at the University of California, Santa Barbara say they are looking for an arsonist after a fire that badly damaged a trailer, a water tender and other heavy equipment at a campus construction site.
- CBSLA.com To Stream 4th Annual Signing Day Show
On Wednesday at 5:15pm head over to CBSLA.com for our fourth annual Signing Day show webcast hosted by Rahshaun Haylock. Dominguez High School CB Alphonso Marsh is expected to choose between Washigton, Washington State and Utah.
- Clippers Take Down Nuggets In Denver
Chauncey Billups’ homecoming couldn’t have gone better. He scored a season-high 32 points and drew a crucial foul in the waning seconds to help seal the Los Angeles Clippers’ 109-105 victory that snapped the Denver Nuggets’ six-game winning streak Sunday night.
- List Of 18th Annual SAG Award Winners (Spoiler Alert)
Here is a complete list of winners at Sunday’s 18th annual SAG Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium.
- Lakers Finally Crack 100 Points, Beat Timberwolves
For the first time in 14 games, the Los Angeles Lakers scored over 100 points, leading to a 106-101 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night in Minnesota.
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