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  • Ohio Aryan Brotherhood leader is killed in Victorville prison

    The FBI is investigating the killing of an Aryan Brotherhood leader from Ohio inside a high-security federal prison in Victorville last week, officials said. David Snow, 53, was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday. He had served as president of the...
  • Aryan Brotherhood inmate's death is latest at Victorville prison

    The killing of an Aryan Brotherhood leader inside a high-security federal prison in Victorville last week is the third reported fatality in recent months. David Snow, who had served as president of Aryan Brotherhood in Ohio, was pronounced dead at the...
  • Third meningitis case confirmed among students at UC Santa Barbara

    Third meningitis case confirmed among students at UC Santa Barbara
    A third UC Santa Barbara student has been diagnosed with the disease that causes meningitis, public health officials announced Thursday. The first two confirmed cases of meningococcal disease were of male students, the first one of whom fell ill Nov....
  • Protesters gather to march against sex trafficking in Compton

    Protesters gather to march against sex trafficking in Compton
    Hundreds of people are expected to gather Thursday evening on Long Beach Boulevard in Compton to march against the sex trafficking of children and teenagers along the notorious strip. The march, scheduled to begin at Palmer Avenue at 6:30 p.m. and end...
  • 40-plus years as a pediatrician

     40-plus years as a pediatrician
    In more than 40 years as a pediatrician, I've worked in the military, in a small private practice and in a large multi-specialty group. And I've seen huge changes, both in administrative practices and in treatment protocols. Many of the changes have...
  • Fourth meningitis case confirmed at UC Santa Barbara

    Fourth meningitis case confirmed at UC Santa Barbara
    Officials are suspending fraternity events and parties at UC Santa Barbara after a fourth student was diagnosed with the disease that causes meningitis. The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department announced the fourth case Monday. All four...
  • Oceanside man gets 116 years for molesting Marine's daughter

    A 43-year-old Oceanside man was sentenced Monday to 116 years in prison for repeatedly molesting the daughter of a Marine, including while the Marine was deployed twice to Iraq and then to Afghanistan. Daniel Hood was convicted of 18 felony counts. He...
  • Paul Walker crash: Vin Diesel, 'Fast and Furious' cast speak

    Paul Walker crash: Vin Diesel, 'Fast and Furious' cast speak
    Actor Paul Walker's "Fast and Furious" costars and others involved in the movie franchise spoke Monday about the fiery crash that killed him and a friend over the weekend. Among the cast mates who made pilgramages to Walker's burgeoning makeshift...
  • Man gets prison for arson at Hollywood synagogue, other sites

    Man gets prison for arson at Hollywood synagogue, other sites
    A 23-year-old homeless man was sentenced Tuesday to nearly 10 years in prison for burglarizing and setting fire to a prominent Hollywood synagogue and other sites in 2011, although he may only serve closer to two years due to time already served....
  • Student is 3rd rave drug fatality in San Bernardino County since 2006

    Student is 3rd rave drug fatality in San Bernardino County since 2006
    A Times review of coroners' records found that three people have died after taking Ecstasy and attending San Bernardino County raves staged by Insomniac since 2006. The Times examined coroners' records in nine states after the top executives of...
  • Costco: The Bible is fiction, Ron Burgundy's memoir is not

    Remember when that Simi Valley pastor caused a minor stir when he tweeted that Costco had labeled the Bible fiction? And how Fox Nation tried, but just couldn't make the simple error into another faux cause for outrage? Costco said its distributor...
  • Fourth meningitis case has UC Santa Barbara students on edge

    Fourth meningitis case has UC Santa Barbara students on edge
    UC Santa Barbara students say a fourth case of meningitis confirmed on campus has left them feeling unsettled and paranoid. Four undergraduate students, three male and one female, became infected last month. Two of the students have recovered and are...