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  • Storms leave behind more than 2 feet of rain in mountain areas

     
    The series of storms that has deluged Southern California for the past seven days began clearing out Wednesday evening, leaving behind more than 2 feet of rain in the mountains....
  • On the heels of the rain come the wild winds

     
    Strong north-blowing winds were buffeting much of Southern California on Wednesday night, with some gusts reaching more than 60 mph in foothill and mountain areas....
  • Environmentalists sue to block a new city in L.A. County

     
    A coalition of environmental and Native American groups has sued the California Department of Fish and Game over permits issued to build 21,000 homes on Los Angeles County's last major tract of undeveloped land. The coalition, which filed the suit......
  • Century-old grove of oaks and sycamores to be cleared

     
    Saying delays will be costly and put homeowners at risk, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved the removal of nearly 200 coast live oaks and sycamores in a San Gabriel Valley canyon in order to clear sediment......
  • Boys' basketball: Friday scores

     
    ACADEMY LEAGUE Brethren Christian 58, Oxford Academy 52 Crean Lutheran 50, Sage Hill 48 St. Margaret's 72, Whitney 41 AGAPE LEAGUE Academy for Academic Excellence 53, Hesperia Christian 52 AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Ontario Christian 70, Arrowhead Christian 38...
  • Boys' basketball: Thursday scores

     
    AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 64, Loma Linda Academy 49 Linfield Christian 37, Calvary Murrieta 24 Western Christian 70, Woodcrest Christian 65 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE California Lutheran 76, Upland Christian 30 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona 60, King 48 Corona Centennial...
  • Tree sitters in Arcadia remain defiant [updated]

     
    "We are prepared to be here for the long haul," Fennell said. "One of our big concerns is that there are wild animals in this region, particularly bears. So, we will have sheriff's personnel here through the night to protect the protesters."...
  • 'Damaging' winds, 'dangerous' ocean rip currents prompt warnings for L.A. area

     
    The National Weather Service has issued a high-wind warning for portions of Southern California on Sunday, saying gusts up to 65 mph could uproot trees and make travel difficult for high-profile vehicles through some passes. The warning is in effect......
  • Count of homeless people in L.A. County to begin Tuesday night

     
    Homeless people living on the streets and in shelters in L.A. County will be counted beginning Tuesday night, part of a biennial count required by communities wishing to qualify for federal housing funds targeted at reducing homelessness....
  • San Marino bucks the housing bust

     
    While the top 20 most expensive Southern California communities have struggled to varying degrees during the housing downturn, San Marino alone has avoided a drop in annual median home prices. The San Gabriel city recorded its peak annual price last......
  • New district maps signal vast change

    The potential for sweeping change among the region’s political districts was brought into sharp focus Friday with the release of preliminary redistricting maps by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission. Among the changes proposed in the...
  • Lawyer Uses CSI Techniques to Prove His Point

    Lawyer Uses CSI Techniques to Prove His Point
    The 19-year-old girl and her mother were traveling together, taking a bus excursion from Las Vegas to the Hoover Dam. The daughter, Meng Qiu Sun, was a student at Shanghai International Studies University, and planned to be a diplomat. Her mother and...