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  • Dick Clark dies at 82; he introduced America to rock 'n' roll

    Dick Clark dies at 82; he introduced America to rock 'n' roll
    Dick Clark, the youthful-looking television personality who literally introduced rock 'n' roll to much of the nation on "American Bandstand" and for four decades was the first and last voice many Americans heard each year with his New Year's Eve...
  • Roger Ebert dies at 70; Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic

    Roger Ebert dies at 70; Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic
    Roger Ebert, the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic whose gladiatorial "thumbs-up, thumbs-down" assessments turned film reviewing into a television sport and whose passion for independent film helped introduce a new generation of filmmakers to...
  • George Randolph Hearst Jr. dies at 84; L.A. Herald-Examiner publisher

    George Randolph Hearst Jr. dies at 84; L.A. Herald-Examiner publisher
    The demise of the Hearst newspaper empire in Los Angeles began in 1962 when publisher George Randolph Hearst Jr. abandoned the morning newspaper market. Hearst and the company that owned the Los Angeles Times made what some viewed as a back-room deal: At...
  • L.A.'s walking dead

    L.A.'s walking dead
    Mark the date, remember the day. On March 5, 2013, Los Angeles redefined apathy. A measly 16% of the city's registered voters — or perhaps around 20% once all the mail-in ballots are counted — turned out in an election with the following...
  • Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies at 86; former New York Times publisher

    Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies at 86; former New York Times publisher
    Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, the fourth publisher of the New York Times, who made history with his decision to publish the Pentagon Papers and revived the "Good Gray Lady" of print journalism with a radical redesign that set a new standard, has died. He was...
  • PASSINGS: Doris Singleton, Elinor Agnew, Bob Banfield, Patricia Bario

    PASSINGS: Doris Singleton, Elinor Agnew, Bob Banfield, Patricia Bario
    Doris Singleton Actress worked with Lucille Ball Doris Singleton, 92, an actress best known for playing Lucy's friend Caroline Appleby on the classic TV comedy "I Love Lucy," died Tuesday in Los Angeles of complications from cancer, according to her...
  • Huell Howser dies at 67; TV host profiled California people and places

    Huell Howser dies at 67; TV host profiled California people and places
    Huell Howser seemed an unlikely candidate to become a television star — a big, grinning ex-Marine with a molasses-smooth Tennessee drawl and an eye for stories that others would pass by, such as the Bunny Museum in Pasadena and the rendering of...
  • Mervyn Dymally dies at 86; former lieutenant governor, congressman and legislator

    Mervyn Dymally dies at 86; former lieutenant governor, congressman and legislator
    Mervyn M. Dymally, the Trinidad-born former teacher whose ground-breaking if sometimes-controversial political career spanned more than four decades and included a stint as California's only black lieutenant governor, has died. He was 86. Dymally, who...
  • Missing Fox executive Gavin Smith's family canvasses Sylmar area

     
    Family and friends of missing 20th Century Fox executive Gavin Smith spent Sunday morning passing out fliers in Sylmar as part of their latest push to find the 57-year-old....
  • Adams trumpets win in CFN13 online poll

     
    Calling it a sign of grassroots support, U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams‘ campaign this morning is trumpeting a win in an online poll conducted by local television station Central Florida News 13. Adams, R-Orlando, beat primary opponent U.S. Rep. John Mica,...
  • Personnel updates

     
    Penn State picked up a 2013 recruit over the weekend, its first since the NCAA sanctions were announced, and lost an offensive lineman from its current roster. Jordan Smith, a defensive back from Washington D.C., made an oral commitment to......
  • Prince Harry photos: British tabloids shy away from royal skin

     
    British tabloids have held off on splashing nude photos of Prince Harry cavorting in a Las Vegas hotel room across their pages, resorting to staged photos and other shots to cover the story....