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  • Junior Seau Autopsy: No Drugs, No Brain Damage

    Junior Seau Autopsy: No Drugs, No Brain Damage
    OCEANSIDE, Calif. -- Former NFL linebacker Junior Seau had no alcohol or illicit drugs in his system when he committed suicide in May. The toxicology results did show use of the sleep aid zolpidem, which is marketed under the name Ambien. But, no traces...
  • Probe into director Tony Scott's death could be closed soon

     
    More than a month after director Tony Scott died after jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro, coroner's officials have still not determined a final cause of death. But sources told The Times that coroner's officials are closing......
  • Taft Union school shooting: California politicians speak out

     
    California politicians were quick to speak out on Thursday morning's shooting at Taft Union High School that sent two students to area hospitals, one with a gunshot wound....
  • Taft Union school shooting: 'I don't want to die,' student says

     
    Taft Union school shooting: Jacob Jackson, a sophomore at Taft Union High School, was in the library when the intercom crackled, announcing a lock down....
  • 'Super PAC' in mayor's race draws money from powerful GOP donor

     
    The "super PAC" formed to support the L.A. mayoral bid of Republican candidate Kevin James brought in just $200,000 last year, according to disclosure forms filed with city officials on Thursday. But it ushered into the orbit of city politics one of the...
  • Former First AME pastor scores small victory in church fight

     
    Rev. John J. Hunter, who was abruptly reassigned as pastor of the oldest black church in Los Angeles last fall, scored a small but significant victory in his petition to reclaim the helm of First African Methodist Episcopal Church....
  • Snow, ice shut down Interstate 5 over Grapevine

     
    California Highway Patrol shut down Interstate 5 over the Grapevine Thursday morning, citing snow and icy conditions....
  • Brown's budget won't forestall court closures, chief justice says

     
    California courts will continue to face closures and reduced hours in the coming year under Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget, California’s chief justice said Thursday. In a telephone conference with reporters, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-...
  • Family of dead photographer: 'We are not upset with Justin Bieber'

     
    The family of the photographer killed after snapping pictures of Justin Bieber's Ferrari said they don't blame the pop star for the 29-year-old's death....
  • L.A. mayoral candidates Garcetti, Greuel locked in fundraising battle

     
    The top contenders in the race to become L.A.'s next mayor are locked in a tight fundraising battle, with both reporting that they have collected more than $4 million in contributions and city matching funds....
  • Alleged phony doctor promising 'miracle cures' is charged

     
    A La Mesa man who allegedly advertised himself as "Dr. Barton" and promised cures for AIDS and cancer has been charged with practicing medicine without a license and other felonies. Keith Allen Barton, 50, was arraigned Wednesday in San Diego......
  • Councilman Bill Rosendahl, partner make relationship official

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl and his longtime partner, Hedi El Kholti, have made their relationship official on paper, Rosendahl said this week. The pair, which has been been together for 17 years, registered this month as domestic partners,...