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  • 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...
  • Scientists pinpoint origin of 5.1 La Habra earthquake

    Scientists pinpoint origin of 5.1 La Habra earthquake
    The cluster of earthquakes that began Friday night in La Habra appear to have struck on a fault underneath the Puente Hills thrust fault, scientists said Wednesday. Friday’s earthquake has not provoked earthquakes on either the main Puente Hills...
  • Ted Cruz lands mammoth book deal, just in time for 2016 election

    Ted Cruz lands mammoth book deal, just in time for 2016 election
    Sen. Ted Cruz will sign a mammoth book deal, the Associated Press reports, for a memoir/polemic to be published in advance of the 2016 election. The tea party favorite is rumored to have scored $1.5 million for the book. Cruz's literary agent told the...
  • Rapper 2 Chainz charged with packing drug used in 'sizzurp' at LAX

    Rapper 2 Chainz has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance after police at Los Angeles International Airport said last summer he was carrying codeine, a key ingredient in chemical mixture "sizzurp." The 36-year-old MC, born...
  • Task force aims for cool vibe in downtown Orlando

    Task force aims for cool vibe in downtown Orlando
    Downtown Orlando's skyline changed with a building boom during the past decade, with more people living and working there than ever before. But is it cool? On Wednesday, City Hall brought in about 75 business and community leaders to launch a yearlong...
  • After L.A. storm, warming temperatures could hit 90 by next week

    After L.A. storm, warming temperatures could hit 90 by next week
    A weather system that produced isolated thunderstorms and brief periods of heavy rainfall Wednesday is expected to sputter on until this weekend, when a heat wave is expected to take hold and possibly push the mercury up to 90 degrees in some areas...
  • Shot fired at Kent State University in Ohio; suspect in custody

    Shot fired at Kent State University in Ohio; suspect in custody
    At least one shot was fired Wednesday at Kent State University in Ohio, according to school officials. [Update 10:15 p.m. PDT April 2: A suspect was apprehended off campus, according to an advisory on the university's website. Police say there is no...
  • Transient who broke into Selena Gomez's guest home convicted, jailed

    A homeless man found in performer Selena Gomez's guest house bathroom was convicted Wednesday of trespassing at the Calabasas home and sentenced to 45 days in jail. Che Cruz, 20, pleaded no contest in his initial court appearance to one misdemeanor...
  • 2 Chino burglary suspects arrested on skid row after freeway chase

    2 Chino burglary suspects arrested on skid row after freeway chase
    At least two "armed and dangerous" burglary suspects were arrested Wednesday on skid row following a police chase that began in Chino and continued on the San Bernardino Freeway, Los Angeles police said. Los Angeles police assisted Chino police in...
  • It's GM today, but why do automakers keep building cars that kill us?

    It's GM today, but why do automakers keep building cars that kill us?
    Would you buy a car from General Motors? There was a time when the majority of Americans would’ve answered, unhesitatingly and resoundingly, yes. Today? Probably not so much. PHOTOS: From the Fed to GM, 5 top-tier women trying to fix man-...
  • Parents plead not guilty to kidnapping children from Boyle Heights

    Parents plead not guilty to kidnapping children from Boyle Heights
    A couple accused of abducting their children from Boyle Heights and taking them to the U.S.-Mexico border have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and other felony charges. Enrique Felix and Rose Chairez, both 28, were arraigned Tuesday on two counts of...
  • Thousands of acres in Yosemite closed by Rim fire are reopened

    Thousands of acres in Yosemite closed by Rim fire are reopened
    Thousands of acres of Yosemite National Park closed to the public since last year's massive Rim fire have been reopened, officials announced Wednesday. However, park officials cautioned those visiting the affected areas — which include Hetch...