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Kony 2012 (movie)

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  • Back of Metro bus catches fire; no injuries reported

     
    The back of a Metro bus exploded into flames Monday morning in downtown Los Angeles, but no one was hurt and firefighters were able to knock down the blaze in a matter of minutes....
  • Kony 2012: Invisible Children reflects one year later

     
    One year after the Kony 2012 campaign, an online video that became the most viral in the history of the internet, San Diego group Invisible Children reflected on the successes and failures of the campaign and announced plans for a leadership summit in Los...
  • Election day: Short lines, empty voter booths are the norm so far

     
    Although Tuesday’s election will result in one of Los Angeles’ most extensive leadership changes -- with residents selecting a mayor, city attorney, city controller, and eight City Council members -- attendance at polling places appeared...
  • Voting resumes after shooting at Watts polling place

     
    Voting has resumed at a polling place at a Watts elementary school, where a shooting occurred Tuesday morning....
  • L.A. city attorney candidate Mike Feuer vows to take a pay cut

     
    Assemblyman Mike Feuer, who is running against L.A. City Atty. Carmen Trutanich in March, pledged to take a pay cut equal to the reductions experienced by other lawyers in the city department during the recent budget crisis....
  • Man upset by ref's call at kids' soccer game arrested on battery charges

     
    A 38-year-old man upset with a referee’s call during a children’s soccer game in Riverside County ended up acting, well, like a child himself....
  • Cesar Chavez dedication: About 1,000 invitations rescinded

     
    The struggling United Farm Workers union usually has a tough time attracting a crowd at its Kern County events. But on Monday morning, it had its hands full with more than 7,000 people who had traveled long distances to witness......
  • Rain, cooler temperatures forecast for Southern California

     
    Los Angeles may be showered by the first rain of the season this week, as a cold, low-pressure system sweeps down from the north, the National Weather Service said Tuesday. A strong ridge of high pressure that had kept Los......
  • Tennis umpire accused of killing husband passes lie detector test

     
    Tennis umpire Lois Goodman charged with bludgeoning her 80-year-old husband to death with a coffee cup has passed a lie detector test administered by a former FBI examiner, in which she denies killing her husband last April, her attorneys said....
  • Large pot plantation eradicated in Ventura County

     
    Ventura County Sheriff's Department investigators have eradicated a large marijuana-growing operation in a canyon near Moorpark College, complete with hundreds of pounds of fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and plastic irrigation pipes, officials said.....
  • Flasher on moped exposed himself to Arleta girl, police say

     
    Los Angeles police are searching for a man riding a moped who exposed himself to a 12-year-old girl as she walked across an Arleta parking lot...
  • Managers help arrest theft suspect at erotic boutique

     
    Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies arrested a would-be shoplifter at an erotic boutique with the help of a couple of vigilant store managers....