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  • Second body unearthed at Lennox house is identified

     
    A second body found at a house in Lennox was identified Monday as Gabriela Stein, wife of homeowner Jim Stein, 53, whose body was also uncovered on the property, authorities said. Los Angeles County coroner’s officials informed detectives of the.......
  • Man who jumped off cliff to be arrested on suspicion of missing wife's murder, official says

     
    A Lomita restaurant owner who jumped off an 80-foot cliff after being confronted by sheriff’s deputies is expected to survive and will be arrested in the murder of his wife, who mysteriously disappeared 16 months ago, a sheriff's official said.........
  • L.A. County sheriff's helicopter crashes during training exercise

     
    A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department helicopter crashed Wednesday at March Air Force Base in Riverside County during a training exercise, but no one was injured....
  • Authorities warn consumers about telephone scam run from L.A. County jails

     
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is warning the public of a telephone scam being run out of county jail facilities by inmates. The scam allows inmates to charge collect calls to unsuspecting consumers through the use of call forwarding,......
  • Bell memo suggests that city police turned ticketing, impounding cars into a game

     
    A memo discovered in Bell police files appears to outline a game in which police officers compete to issue tickets, impound cars and arrest motorists. Titled the “Bell Police Department Baseball Game,” the memo assigns “singles,”...
  • Zev Yaroslavsky praises Bernard Parks as a "lone wolf" trying to keep L.A. solvent

     
    As public employee unions neared the $1 million mark in their effort to defeat City Councilman Bernard Parks, Los Angeles County Supervisors Gloria Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky and former supervisor Yvonne Burke urged 8th District voters to discount the...
  • Allegations against Sheen illustrate challenges police face in domestic abuse cases

     
    Allegations that Charlie Sheen threatened to harm his wife point up the difficulties officials sometimes confront in dealing with domestic violence cases, some experts said. Sheen's wife, Brooke Mueller, said this week that the TV star threatened to...
  • Laptop containing L.A. County patient records stolen

     
    Records related to nearly 670 patients were on a laptop stolen last month from Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey, according to Los Angeles County Department of Health Services officials. Information included names, dates of...
  • Looking for election results?

     
    The Los Angeles City Clerk's office has begun reporting election results for the city elections. Updates will be posted about every 30 minutes. The Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder has started reporting election results for county elections,...
  • L.A. County keeps rank as top U.S. manufacturing employer

     
    Manufacturing jobs in Los Angeles County have continued to decline in recent years, as they have nationwide, yet the county retains its ranking as the leading U.S. manufacturing center, a new report says. L.A. County had 389,300 people employed in......
  • Animal welfare: Getting beyond 'puppy mills'

     
    Few people set out to buy a fetching puppy, often of a fashionable breed, that was born in a "puppy mill." But animal welfare advocates, including the Humane Society of the U.S. and Best Friends Animal Society, say that's what......
  • L.A. County judge admonished for making Ku Klux Klan remark in case involving African Americans

     
    A Los Angeles County criminal judge who made a remark referencing the Ku Klux Klan in a case involving two African American defendants was publicly admonished Wednesday by a state agency overseeing judges' discipline. Judge Harvey Giss of the San......