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  • Victims' Family Says Big Rig Crash Could Have Been Prevented

    PALMDALE -- The Posca family is devastated by the deadly big rig crash in La Canada Flintridge that claimed two members of their family, 58 year old Angel 'Jorge' Posca and his 12-year-old daughter, Angelina. Jorge and Angelina were killed instantly when...
  • Friends and Family Mourn La Canada Crash Victims

    QUARTZ HILL -- Hundreds packed into a church today to say goodbye to a 58-year-old man and his 12-year-old daughter, both of whom were killed by a runaway truck in La Canada Flintridge. Angel Jorge Posca and his daughter, Angelina, both of Palmdale, died...
  • Big Rig Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Deadly La Canada Crash

    PASADENA -- The driver of a runaway big rig that crashed into several cars killing a man and his 12-year-old daughter in La Canada Flintridge pleaded not guilty today to vehicular manslaughter. Marcos Costa, 43, will return to court in Pasadena on May...
  • Bail Lowered to $600K for Trucker in Deadly La Canada Crash

    Bail Lowered to $600K for Trucker in Deadly La Canada Crash
    PASADENA -- A judge has lowered bail to $600,000 for a trucker indicted on murder and other charges stemming from a multi-vehicle wreck on Angeles Crest Highway that killed a 12-year-old Palmdale girl and her father. Pasadena Superior Court Judge Lisa B....
  • Same-sex unions OKd by California Assembly

    A measure to legalize marriage for gay couples easily passed the California Assembly after a respectful debate Tuesday, in stark contrast to rancorous exchanges on the same issue two years ago. The legislation by Assemblyman Mark Leno (D-San Francisco)...
  • Inquisition at JPL

    In all the years since Jules Verne first conjoined science and fiction to create a literary genre, nobody ever imagined that mankind's first real exploration of another world would be carried out by a couple of robotic dune buggies controlled from an...
  • Opponents of efforts to restore public access to disciplinary reports offer no examples of actual harm to officers.

    Despite convincing state lawmakers last week that permitting public access to police disciplinary files would endanger lives, law enforcement advocacy groups have been unable to identify a single case in which an officer actually had been harmed because...
  • Forest Service Worker Admits Setting Fatal Fire

     
    This is how we did fire maps 50 years ago. The map is hard to read, but compare it with the one we did for the Station fire. View Los Angeles fires: Mount Wilson, Altadena, Pasadena, Acton, Agua Dulce, Sierra Madre in a larger map Oct. 14, 1959: The Times...
  • Winners of Times' Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2009 honor, in the words of Editor Russ Stanton, "the work of a newsroom whose ambition has been unbowed by the seismic forces affecting change upon our industry." Pacific Time podcast host Michelle Maltais interviewed........
  • Descanso Gardens sets a plan for a greener future

     
    If you’re a regular at Descanso Gardens, it’s likely you’ve noticed there’s a lot less lawn at the entrance lately. Instead, there’s eastern redbud, sycamore, native shrubs and other species. That change is expected to save 6...
  • L.A. County residents living longer, Compton has lowest life expectancy, La Canada Flintridge highest

     
    Los Angeles County residents are living longer than ever, with an average life expectancy of more than 80 years, public health officials announced Tuesday. But economic and racial disparities persist, with some minorities and low-income residents dying...
  • Bill would crack down on Hollywood gate-crashers

     
    A proposed law set to go before California's Legislature this month would make one of Hollywood's cherished utterances -- "You're not on the list" -- carry severe new consequences. It's a measure aimed at making the act of party-crashing a......