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  • Local Hockey Coach Accused of Molesting Young Boy

    Local Hockey Coach Accused of Molesting Young Boy
    HERMOSA BEACH -- A youth hockey coach from Redondo Beach who's accused of molesting a young boy is out of jail on bail. Daniel Gibb, 31, was released Saturday. He's accused of molesting a boy several years ago when the boy was 11, and then again when...
  • Record Number of Volunteers Turn Out for Coastal Cleanup

    Record Number of Volunteers Turn Out for Coastal Cleanup
    LOS ANGELES -- A record number of people volunteered at local beaches Saturday for California's annual Coastal Cleanup Day. Volunteers picked up track at a number of state beaches, including at least 60 sites in L.A. County. About 14,131 people...
  • Injured vets find safety net online

    MOLINE, Ill. — The requests are often humble: A disabled veteran in Decatur needed help with an overdue winter fuel bill. A soldier in Minnesota asked for a box spring and mattress—"it doesn't have to be new." A combat medic from Moline...
  • In an ailing economy, the doctor can wait

    In an ailing economy, the doctor can wait
    Dena Lansford, 49, would like to have a cholesterol check, a mammogram and, soon, a colonoscopy. She hasn't seen a dentist in more than a year. She worries that she might suffer a similar fate as her mother, who had a stroke at 47. But after losing her...
  • Brian Walton, 55; researcher helped rebuild population of endangered peregrine falcons

    Brian Walton, 55; researcher helped rebuild population of endangered peregrine falcons
    Brian Walton, a scientific researcher who helped lead efforts to restore the once-endangered peregrine falcon to West Coast habitats, has died. He was 55. Walton, the longtime coordinator of UC Santa Cruz's Predatory Bird Research Group, died June 15...
  • It is rocket science

    1800s -- 1841 William Wolfskill planted the first local commercial orange groves on 2 acres east of what is now Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles. 1881 On Dec. 4, the Los Angeles Times began publication as the Los Angeles Daily Times. The first...
  • Review: 'Fiddler on the Roof' at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center

    Review: 'Fiddler on the Roof' at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
  • Awaiting a puff of moon dust

    Awaiting a puff of moon dust
    In the predawn hours Friday, while those on the West Coast still snooze, a rocket is scheduled to punch a 13-foot-deep hole in a crater at the moon's south pole that hasn't seen sunlight in billions of years. The purpose: to find out whether ice lies...
  • Local measures

    Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District, Measure V: What it would do: Allow officials to borrow $46.2 million in construction bonds to build classrooms, a gymnasium and a media center, among other projects Who supports it: Citizens in Support of...
  • Where to get crudo-quality fish

    The success of crudo is utterly dependent on the quality of the seafood used, so buy only the freshest sashimi-quality fish from your fish market. Because of the unpredictable nature of the catch, you should always call first, or even order ahead. If...
  • Resources: Everything you need for a great plateau

    Wondering where to buy cockles, sea snails, periwinkles or live sea urchins in the shell? They -- and everything else you need to put together an amazing plateau de fruits de mer -- are all available in and around L.A. Live Maine lobster is available and...
  • On for-profit colleges; people on welfare and where they spend their money; and Jonah Goldberg's views on the GOP and upcoming elections

    For, and against, for-profit colleges Re "The for-profit college bubble," Opinion, July 13 So-called for-profit colleges should not be allowed to play their shell game with taxpayer money. As things stand, such institutions are just one more mechanism...