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  • Football: Week Zero schedule

     
    Here's the schedule for Week Zero of Southlands high school football (September 1-4). Two schools will actually open the season before that, as San Clemente heads to Hawaii and Fountain Valley to Las Vegas next week. Thursday, August 26th INTERSECTIONAL.....
  • Southern California scorched with near-record heat

     
    A heat wave bore down on Southern California on Tuesday afternoon, with near-record temperatures in the triple digits felt throughout inland and valley areas. Health officials reminded those sensitive to the heat to take precautions such as cracking...
  • Investigators raid office of Rowland Heights doctor tied to eight drug or suicide deaths [Updated]

     
    Authorities on Wednesday raided the office of a Rowland Heights doctor suspected of illegally dealing prescription narcotics to patients — a practice linked to at least eight overdose and suicide deaths in recent years. As they continue to investigate,...
  • Bruce Ackerman, Valley civic leader and L.A. redevelopment commissioner, loses fight with cancer

     
    San Fernando Valley business and civic leader Bruce Ackerman died Thursday after a battle with cancer. He was 64. A resident of West Hills, Ackerman had spent 10 years as the president and chief executive of the Valley Economic Alliance,......
  • Local charter school accused in audit of alleged misappropriation of $2.7 million

     
    The former principal of a San Fernando Valley charter school allegedly misappropriated $1.6 million, according to an audit released Monday by the inspector general’s office of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Auditors also have questioned more...
  • Nuclear cleanup at Santa Susana facility would finish by 2017 under settlement

     
    In a major victory for community activists worried about health risks linked to a contaminated former nuclear research facility overlooking the west San Fernando Valley, state and federal authorities on Friday proposed a settlement agreement to clean up...
  • Football: Friday's schedule

     
    Friday, September 3rd CITY NONLEAGUE Birmingham at West Adams, 7 p.m. Panorama at South Gate, 7 p.m. SOUTHERN SECTION NONLEAGUE Alemany at Oaks Christian, 7 p.m. Alta Loma at Chaffey, 7 p.m. Apple Valley at Barstow, 7 p.m. Aquinas at......
  • Pair arrested in robberies also suspected in slaying of MTV music coordinator, police say

     
    Two of three suspects arrested this week in connection with a string of recent armed robberies are believed to be responsible for the execution-style slaying of an MTV music coordinator in a Mid-Wilshire neighborhood over the weekend, Los Angeles police.....
  • Softball: City quarterfinal results and updated pairings

     
    CITY SOFTBALL CITY CHAMPIONSHIP Quarterfinals, Wednesday/Thursday El Camino Real 7, San Fernando 0 (Wednesday) San Pedro 4, Granada Hills 3 (Thursday) Los Angeles Marshall 4, Birmingham 2 (Thursday) Carson 13, Wilmington Banning 0 (Wednesday) Semifinals,...
  • Softball: City Championship game ready to begin

     
    It's No. 1 Woodland Hills El Camino Real against No. 2 Carson for the City Section softball championship at Cal State Northridge. The West Valley League champion Conquistadores (24-4) are led by junior pitcher Karynn Wright (24-3) and junior outfielders.....
  • Public safety officials issue ominous warning about July weekend closure of 405 freeway

     
    In an ominous news release titled “Countdown to the Closure,” public safety officials warned Friday of the planned 53-hour full closure of a long segment of the 405 freeway on the Westside in July. The northbound 405 will be closed......
  • LAPD officer suffers self-inflicted wound at firing range

     
    A Los Angeles Police Department officer was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the thigh Tuesday after he fell at a San Fernando Valley firing range and accidentally shot himself. The shooting took place around 10 a.m. at the Angeles......