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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Longtime Vernon mayor, scion of ruling family, convicted of voter fraud

     
    A former mayor of Vernon and his wife were convicted today of voter fraud and conspiracy, capping a three-year legal saga that ended the family’s long grip on the tiny industrial city in southeast Los Angeles County. Prosecutors accused Leonis......
  • 2 counties offer H1N1 flu vaccine to general public

     
    The shortage of H1N1 flu vaccine appears to be improving in California, prompting a few counties to begin offering inoculations to the general public, health officials said today. Sacramento and Ventura counties now have no limitations on who can receive....
  • From archives: Hardee's shooting suspect's lawyer asks off case

    The attorney for one of two men accused in the 2007 slaying of Hardee's employee Dianne E. Freeman-Green asked off the case Wednesday. Alvin B. "Buddy" Fox Jr., the lawyer for Henry L. Stapleton, 23, made a motion to withdraw from the case just before...
  • Former Vernon mayor fined more than $500,000 in voter fraud case

     
    Following his conviction on charges of voter fraud and conspiracy, former Vernon Mayor Leonis Malburg was ordered to pay more than $500,000 today in fines and reimbursements to the city he once led, bringing an ignoble end to a political......
  • Swedish hip-hop artist sentenced to 15-years-to-life in prison for Hollywood road rage murder

     
    A judge sentenced a Swedish hip-hop artist to 15 years to life in prison Thursday for the road rage murder of a pedestrian in a Hollywood crosswalk. Superior Court Judge Michael Johnson rejected a motion by defense attorneys to reduce......
  • 10 Olympic sites: Revisit past glories

    Not everyone can have the raw strength of wrestler Rulon Gardner or the flexibility of gymnast Nadia Comaneci. Oh, and forget about having the blinding foot speed of sprinter Michael Johnson. But with the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing to inspire...
  • Field is a running back's canvas

    More than a decade later, Bill Dee recalls the play, opponent and circumstance. Twenty-two iso. Denbigh. Serious second-half deficit. But most vividly, Dee remembers the tailback who fueled Phoebus' furious comeback on that September afternoon in...
  • Blago watch: Tracking Rod on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

     
    Guest post by Lauren R. Harrison, Tribune reporter Competition intensified on Sunday's installment of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice," when Team Rocksolid and Team Tenacity were tasked with creating an advertorial for two identity-theft protection companies....
  • In Tyrod, Tech trusts

    As Tyrod Taylor dropped back in the waning moments of the second quarter Saturday, he was faced with the kind of decision a quarterback with many more than six collegiate starts is expected to make without even thinking. If Taylor scored on a 2-yard...
  • Trump fires Blago on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

     
    Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was ejected from NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" on Sunday, after yet another display of cluelessness, evasion and arrogance.Blago's worst enemies on the show weren't his teammates. He was done in by his inability...
  • Michael Johnson Celebrity Apprentice: Michael Johnson quits the show

     
    Four-time Olympic champion Michael Johnson left Celebrity Apprentice, which apparently enough people in the world care because it was the No. 1 Google Hot Search topic before 8:00 a.m. (Why?)...
  • L.A. Council president apologizes for rules restricting media, promises to rework policy

     
    Three leaders of the Los Angeles City Council agreed Monday to rework new rules that restrict the activities of news reporters and camera operators during the council’s public meetings. During an hourlong discussion with roughly a dozen...