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  • Missing 13-year-old Victorville girl found

     
    A 13-year old girl from Victorville has been found in Las Vegas with the 22-year-old man she took off with, authorities said Tuesday. Miranda Hemphill was reported missing Sunday night as a possible runaway and was believed to have left......
  • Whooping cough Q&A: Where can I get immunized against pertussis?

     
    With more than 6,000 people infected and the state death toll from whooping cough at 10 babies, readers have asked the Los Angeles Times where they can get vaccinated against the disease, also known as pertussis. Whooping-cough immunizations can be......
  • Woman pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter in drunk driving case

     
    An Anaheim woman pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter Thursday in the deaths of two sisters who were killed a year ago in a head-on collision, according to the Orange County district attorney’s office. Jessica Lynn Shekell, 22, had a blood-alcohol.....
  • Halloween prank lands two women in hot water with authorities

     
    San Bernardino County authorities on Thursday arrested two alleged Halloween pranksters accused of tossing a mannequin wrapped in what appeared to be a bloody sheet onto an Interstate 40 on-ramp in Barstow. The California Highway Patrol, the San...
  • San Bernardino solar installation approved

     
    In two months, the California Energy Commission has blazed through seven solar power plant proposals, giving them the go-ahead to start construction in the desert. The most recent, the 664-megawatt Calico Solar Project planned for San Bernardino County,...
  • More stories from Cal Poly crash survivors

     
    In Friday's Los Angeles Times, we offered a story on the 50th anniversary of the plane crash that killed 16 Cal Poly football players. The story offered the memories of some of the 26 survivors, and here are two more......
  • Review finds misjudgments in L.A. County agency led to 5-year-old boy becoming torture victim

     
    By the time the 5-year-old boy was rescued from a dark closet in San Bernardino County last year, much of his body had been burned by a glue gun and hot spoons. Johnny had been starved and sodomized, taunted and......
  • Heavy rain forces flood advisory in Los Angeles Basin and valleys

     
    Heavy rain swept into the Los Angeles area before dawn Saturday morning, causing the National Weather Service to issue a flood advisory for the L.A. Basin and the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys. The National Weather Service said treacherous......
  • Football: Week 9 schedule

     
    Thursday, November 4th CITY SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE Sherman Oaks CES vs. Douglass at Rancho Cienega Park, 7 p.m. SOUTHERN SECTION BASELINE LEAGUE Los Osos vs. Alta Loma at Chaffey HS, 7 p.m. Rancho Cucamonga vs. Etiwanda at Colony, 7 p.m.......
  • 3 new cases of West Nile virus reported in San Bernardino County

     
    Three men in San Bernardino County have tested positive recently for West Nile virus, the county’s Department of Public Health said Wednesday. A 71-year-old in Colton, a 57-year-old in Fontana and a 65-year-old in Redlands have contracted the virus,...
  • Warrant served and documents seized at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

     
    A search warrant was served Thursday on San Bernardino’s county-owned Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, authorities said. FBI agents and San Bernardino district attorney's investigators seized documents at the 456-bed hospital in Colton but authorities...
  • Los Angeles region to curb lung-damaging sulfur pollution

     
    Amid a gray landscape of oil refinery smokestacks and storage tanks, a massive pile of neon-yellow sulfur sits alongside the Port of Long Beach. That pile, or others like it, are set to grow considerably, now that Southern California air......