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  • Bank robbery suspect surrenders after police chase

     
    A bank robbery suspect believed to be the "Triple Threat Bandit" surrendered Thursday afternoon after leading police on an hour-long high-speed chase through Los Angeles and Orange counties....
  • Alleged bank robber leads police on chase, tosses cash on freeway

     
    Police pursuit: A suspect in at least three Orange County bank robberies is leading authorities on a high-speed chase through Orange and Los Angeles Counties, at one point reportedly tossing money out his car window....
  • Museum of Florida Art library programs promote reading and the arts

     
    The only thing better than getting children to appreciate reading is getting them to appreciate the arts at the same time. The Museum of Florida Art has partnered with the Volusia County Public Library system on a program called StART (Stories and Art)....
  • Eastside shooting victim identified

     
    The victim, Eduardo Gonzalez, was driving a friend's pickup truck Saturday afternoon when he was shot at East 6th Street and Euclid Avenue, according to detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department's Hollenbeck division. He was pronounced dead at the...
  • Anaheim police arrest burglary suspect after freeway chase

     
    Man arrested after fleeing Anaheim police and taking off in a vehicle on the Santa Ana Freeway into Los Angeles County....
  • Ex-teacher's aide who sent nude photos to boys convicted

     
    A former after-school program aide was convicted Thursday of sending lewd photographs of himself to three boys and attempting to meet an 11-year-old for sex acts at a 7-Eleven in Fountain Valley....
  • Asian-themed night market returns to Pasadena, with street closures

     
    More than 170 food and retail vendors are scheduled to set up shop outside Pasadena City Hall for an event reminiscent of the popular night markets in Asia....
  • Controversial All Saints Church expansion approved

     
    A five-year controversy over new development in Pasadena's historic core ended Monday with unanimous City Council approval of four new buildings on the campus of All Saints Church. The 3,500-member church adjacent to Pasadena City Hall will expand with a....
  • Patt Morrison Asks: The Internet Archive's Brewster Kahle

    Patt Morrison Asks: The Internet Archive's Brewster Kahle
    Brewster Kahle has the gleeful air of a man who has just found something wonderful and wants to tell his friends all about it. And his friends are the 2 billion people, and counting, who are on the Internet every day. What he has found -- or more...
  • Police Files

    AREA 1 Rhine Drive: A burglary was reported in the 7600 block at 7:37 a.m. Saturday. The caller said the victim chased the suspect through the flood control channels but couldn't reach him. Valentine Drive: Vandalism was reported in the 7000 block at...
  • 200 Methodist clergy in Illinois defy church on same-sex unions

    More than 200 United Methodist clergy in Illinois have pledged to flout church policy and bless unions for same-sex couples, putting their jobs, homes and callings in jeopardy if couples take advantage of their offer. Methodists in the Northern...
  • Friend of killed rap artist describes shooting

    Nearly five years after the killing of a Rolling Meadows rapper, two of his friends took the stand Tuesday and described the day they saw their friend get shot. Marquis Lovings, 30, died Aug. 19, 2006, after two armed men came to his apartment in the...