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  • Titans Sue Lane Kiffin, USC For Poaching Assistant

    Titans Sue Lane Kiffin, USC For Poaching Assistant
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans are suing Southern California and coach Lane Kiffin for "maliciously" luring away assistant running backs coach Kennedy Pola a week before training camp opens. Tennessee Football Inc., the company that owns the...
  • Man Pleads Not Guilty in UCLA-USC Rose Bowl Brawl

    Man Pleads Not Guilty in UCLA-USC Rose Bowl Brawl
    PASADENA (KTLA) -- A man involved in a brawl that erupted at a tailgating party before last December's UCLA-USC game at the Rose Bowl has pleaded not guilty to charges of battery and exhibiting a deadly weapon. Joshua Elder, 25, of Temple City appeared...
  • L.A.'s leaders in learning

    L.A.'s leaders in learning
    Five families from across the San Fernando Valley set up camp for three nights by the front door of Wilbur Avenue Elementary School in 2009, intent on getting a spot for their children in one of the best-regarded schools in Los Angeles. Others hired...
  • The bleeding Bell blues

    The bleeding Bell blues
    In the newspaper business, when editors are asked what kinds of stories they want to go after, there's a popular two-word answer. The first word is "holy" and the second word is unprintable. Well, friends, my Times colleagues Ruben Vives and Jeff...
  • John Wooden dies at 99; UCLA basketball coach won 10 national titles

    John Wooden dies at 99; UCLA basketball coach won 10 national titles
    John Wooden, the UCLA basketball coach who became an icon of American sports while guiding the Bruins to an unprecedented 10 national championships in the 1960s and '70s and remained in the spotlight during retirement with his "Pyramid of Success"...
  • Times Festival of Books will move to USC

    Times Festival of Books will move to USC
    The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will move its weekend-long celebration of the written word to the USC campus next spring after 15 years across town at UCLA, officials announced Wednesday. The change of venue to USC's main University Park campus...
  • Eldon Davis dies at 94; architect designed 'Googie' coffee shops

    Eldon Davis dies at 94; architect designed 'Googie' coffee shops
    Eldon Davis, an influential architect known as the father of the California coffee shop for midcentury designs inspired by the Space Age and the region's car culture, has died. He was 94. Davis died Friday at a West Hills hospital of complications from...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers the final batch of questions, including inquires involving Jared Mitchell's rehabilitation and potential roster moves. What's up with all these broken bats this season? Mayor Daley almost got hit in the head with one...
  • Charles McPhee dies at 49; self-proclaimed 'Dream Doctor' had syndicated radio show

    Charles McPhee dies at 49; self-proclaimed 'Dream Doctor' had syndicated radio show
    Charles McPhee, the self-proclaimed "Dream Doctor" who decoded dreams on his nationally syndicated radio show until Lou Gehrig's disease forced him off the air in 2006, has died. He was 49. McPhee died May 8 at his Woodland Hills home of the...
  • The Review: Saddle Peak Lodge

    The Review: Saddle Peak Lodge
    On a warm summer night, the terrace at Saddle Peak Lodge seduces with its view through a pine tree to Saddle Peak and, beyond, the sky. We're wrapped in the quiet of the Santa Monica Mountains halfway between Calabasas and Malibu, with just enough light...
  • Craig Kauffman dies at 78; artist captured the ethos of Los Angeles

    Craig Kauffman dies at 78; artist captured the ethos of Los Angeles
    Artist Craig Kauffman, a sparkplug of Los Angeles' art scene in the late 1950s and early '60s who captured national attention with bubble-like plastic wall pieces that reflect Southern California's sunshine and car culture, died Sunday at his home in...
  • Dr. Max Harry Weil dies at 84: pioneer in critical care

    Dr. Max Harry Weil dies at 84: pioneer in critical care
    Dr. Max Harry Weil, an influential pioneer of critical-care medicine and the founding president of the Weil Institute of Critical Care Medicine in Rancho Mirage, has died. He was 84. Weil died of prostate cancer July 29 at his home in Rancho Mirage, said...