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  • Would-be borrowers are getting no credit

    With a second child on the way, Chris Shields and his wife, Michelle, wanted to move from their two-bedroom apartment in Southern California to a house with more space. But because their timing coincided with a shakeout in the mortgage market earlier...
  • "Most Wanted" Fugitive, Emigdio Preciado, Captured

    "Most Wanted" Fugitive, Emigdio Preciado, Captured
    LOS ANGELES -- A reward of up to $150,000 will be paid in the case of reputed gang member, Emigdio Preciado, Jr., who was arrested in Mexico after nine years on the run. Preciado, 37, described on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitive list as a "known...
  • Whittier Girl Found by Police

    Whittier Girl Found by Police
    A 13-year-old Southern California girl who police say was abducted by her uncle has been found and is in protective custody. Jason Zuhlke of the Whittier Police Department says Cynthia Hernandez was found Saturday. No further details were immediately...
  • 13-year-old Whittier Girl Returned to Family

    13-year-old Whittier Girl Returned to Family
    A 13-year-old Southern California girl who police say was abducted by her uncle has been returned safely to her family and her uncle is under arrest. Officer Jason Zuhlke of the Whittier Police Department says Cynthia Hernandez was found Saturday night...
  • Taco Truck Armed Robbery Suspect Turns Self In

    Taco Truck Armed Robbery Suspect Turns Self In
    LOS ANGELES-- Sheriff's officials say the last of five men suspected of robbing several taco trucks at gunpoint has turned himself in. Nery Perez, age 21, turned himself in at a sheriff's station around 5:00 p.m. Friday, just one day after the Los...
  • Even Sex Is Hard To Sell In A Rough Economy

    Even Sex Is Hard To Sell In A Rough Economy
    Whoever invented the marketing maxim "Sex sells" must not have been thinking literally. After more than a year of recession, sex isn't selling any better than anything else. From Internet pornography to strip-club lap dances to Playboy magazines,...
  • One Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold in San Gabriel

    One Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold in San Gabriel
    LOS ANGELES -- Two tickets with all six winning numbers were sold in Friday night's drawing of the 12-state Mega Millions lottery, which had a jackpot of $333 million. One of the winning tickets was sold in San Gabriel and the other was sold in New York....
  • Fun if you get the drift

    The giant snowstorm that buried Big Bear Lake over the weekend seemed gentle and reassuring compared with the smoke, fire and evacuations the mountain resort has endured. Mother Nature, for now, acting motherly. In fact, despite slick roads, cars...
  • Three Whittier siblings among 5 killed in I-5 collision in Newhall Pass

     
    Three small children from Whittier, siblings, were among five people who died and six others who were injured on Interstate 5 in the Newhall Pass after a pickup spun out of control on the rain-slicked freeway and set off a......
  • L.A. County supervisors back drugstore conversion for historic East L.A. theater [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles County supervisors unanimously voiced support Tuesday for the conversion of the long-abandoned Golden Gate Theater in East Los Angeles into a 24-hour drugstore despite passionate last-minute appeals by some residents to block the project....
  • Tagging crew that rampaged after Lakers' 2009 NBA title win targeted in crackdown

     
    Nearly a dozen Southern California law enforcement agencies arrested members of a tagging crew Wednesday believed responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage over the last year, including during the Lakers' 2009 victory...
  • Earthquake activity remains at 'elevated level' amid more aftershocks, USGS says

     
    The California-Mexico border continued to rattled by what the U.S. Geological Survey called an "elevated level" of earthquake activity as hundreds of aftershocks to Monday's 5.7 temblor were recorded. Monday's quake was itself an aftershock of the 7.2...