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  • Large crowd expected for CicLAvia event on Sunday

    Large crowd expected for CicLAvia event on Sunday
    Tens of thousands of cyclists and pedestrians are expected to converge on a 6.3-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard on Sunday for the city's ninth CicLAvia.  The route from One Wilshire in downtown Los Angeles to the Miracle Mile area west of Hauser...
  • Deputies in armed standoff with man suspected of shooting woman

    Deputies in armed standoff with man suspected of shooting woman
    Sheriff's deputies on Saturday remained in an armed standoff with a gunman hours after he allegedly shot the mother of his children, authorities said. The standoff began shortly before 9 a.m. following a police pursuit of the suspect that ended near the...
  • Littlerock man charged with owning 28 birds for cockfighting

    A Littlerock man was charged Tuesday with owning more than two dozen game birds altered for cockfighting after a property search was conducted last month by L.A. County sheriff's deputies. Inocencio Rodríguez Aguirre, 46, faces 28 misdemeanor counts...
  • Garcetti tries to keep L.A. in the late-night talk show game

    Whether Mayor Eric Garcetti’s open letter urging CBS to move “The Late Show” to Los Angeles was a political stunt or a savvy business move — or both — he’s clearly making runaway production a key issue, even if he can&...
  • L.A. homicides down nearly 23% this year, Chief Charlie Beck says

    L.A. homicides down nearly 23% this year, Chief Charlie Beck says
    Los Angeles marked another drop in homicides in the first three months of 2014, a trend police Chief Charlie Beck said he was cautiously optimistic would continue throughout the year. Speaking at a top-floor terrace at the LAPD's downtown headquarters...
  • Alleged trespasser arrested at Selena Gomez's Calabasas home

    A man was arrested Friday after allegedly jumping the fence at Selena Gomez's  Calabasas home, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said. The man was not immediately identified, but was seen being handcuffed and led away by deputies. The arrest came...
  • Man who broke into Selena Gomez's home released, arrested again

    Within hours after getting out of jail for trespassing at singer Selena Gomez's Calabasas  home, a homeless man returned to the property on Friday and was arrested again, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said. Authorities say Che Cruz, 20, ...
  • Why did the Ft. Hood gunman do it? Because a gun-crazy country let him

    Why did the Ft. Hood gunman do it? Because a gun-crazy country let him
    Forgive the cynicism, but really, who cares why Army Spec. Ivan Lopez took a gun and killed three people and wounded 16 others at Ft. Hood, Texas, on Wednesday? Thursday’s stories were filled with details about Lopez and his rampage: He was...
  • Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich

    No, Paul Ryan isn’t Ebenezer Scrooge. But give him time; he’s young. And he shows such promise. On Tuesday, Ryan, the Republican tax-hatchet-man from Wisconsin, unveiled a new spending blueprint. Got a catchy title too: “The Path to...
  • Vine now letting users communicate privately with message feature

    Vine now letting users communicate privately with message feature
    Vine is branching out beyond the world of six-second videos by adding a new feature that makes it possible for users to privately message one another. The Twitter-owned social network introduced the Vine message feature in an update Thursday for its...
  • April Fools' pranksters arrested after fake carjacking at In-N-Out

    April Fools' pranksters arrested after fake carjacking at In-N-Out
    April Fools? San Bernardino County deputies aren't laughing. Three men were arrested Tuesday after authorities allege they staged a carjacking at a Hesperia In-N-Out, apparently in an effort to play a prank on their friend. The joke gone wrong began...
  • Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's

    Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's
    Former President Carter met his adoring, book-buying public in Portland, Ore., on  Sunday, the Oregonian reports. The 89-year-old statesman signed 1,600 books in about two hours at Powell's Bookstore. Carter's new book is "A Call to Action: Women,...