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  • Miramar air show at Marine base canceled due to government shutdown

    Miramar air show at Marine base canceled due to government shutdown
    SAN DIEGO -- The air show planned for this weekend at the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station has been canceled, Marine officials announced Thursday. It wasn't immediately clear whether the move was tied to the partial shutdown of the federal government...
  • AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death

    AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death
    A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday found that concert promoter AEG Live was not liable for the death of Michael Jackson, capping a marathon civil trial that laid bare the troubled singer's health problems, struggles with drugs and fateful attempt at a...
  • Michael Jackson-AEG trail witness: Murray asked for back-up physician

    Michael Jackson-AEG trail witness: Murray asked for back-up physician
    The attorney hired by AEG to draft Conrad Murray’s contract for Michael Jackson’s ill-fated “This Is It” tour testified Thursday that the the doctor had requested a CPR machine and a back-up physician. Kathy Jorrie, an outside...
  • X Games take flight in Los Angeles for last time

     
    This year's X Games, which run through Sunday, are expected to attract large crowds to Staples Center, L.A. Live and the Irwindale Event Center. But last week, ESPN, which owns the event, announced that the 2014 X Games would move to Austin, Texas,...
  • Jackson's reps not given copy of Murray's contract, attorney says

    An attorney for AEG Live testified Wednesday at the Michael Jackson wrongful-death lawsuit trial that all three drafts of Dr. Conrad Murray’s contracts were sent to the concert promoter’s general counsel, but none to the pop star’s...
  • Michael Jackson case may not reach jury until late September

    The judge in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit said Thursday that she doesn’t expect the case, now in its fourth month, to go to the jury before late September. Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos said she thought jurors needed an...
  • Michael Jackson trial: Pop star was 'tapped out,' millions in debt

    Michael Jackson trial: Pop star was 'tapped out,' millions in debt
    Despite receiving millions of dollars annually from his song catalogs, Michael Jackson year after year spent more than he earned, including $30 million in annual debt payments, a forensic accountant testified Monday. William R. Ackerman, testifying as a...
  • 21 arrested for alleged sales of prescription drugs via Craiglist

    Ventura County authorities have arrested 21 people in connection with alleged sales of prescription drugs via Craigslist.  The arrests, announced this week, took place in recent months and stemmed from illegal sales of drugs like Adderall, OxyContin and...
  • Santa Ana winds: Red flag warnings issued across Southland

    Santa Ana winds: Red flag warnings issued across Southland
    A red flag warning is in effect across Southern California, with the National Weather Service warning that incoming Santa Ana winds are creating a serious fire hazard across the region. Forecasters expect wind gusts up to 50 mph across L.A.-area...
  • Rizzo wasn't Bell 'mastermind,' assistant was, attorney says

    Rizzo wasn't Bell 'mastermind,' assistant was, attorney says
    Former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo is not the brains behind the widespread corruption in the small Los Angeles County city and stands ready to testify against his former second-in-command as the “mastermind” of the wrongdoing, an...
  • CicLAvia organizers expect 150,000 people Sunday in heart of L.A.

    CicLAvia organizers expect 150,000 people Sunday in heart of L.A.
    CicLAvia, Los Angeles' marquee event for pedestrians and cyclists, takes place again this Sunday in the heart of L.A. Previous versions of the event have drawn as many as 100,000 people to streets that are blocked off to motor vehicles. Organizers say...
  • Canceled Miramar air show: Marine colonel apologizes to San Diego

    The commanding officer of the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station said Thursday he was disappointed that the federal government shutdown had forced the base to cancel its popular air show this weekend. “Personally, I’m disappointed, but...