| May 21, 2011
| 2:02 PM
Reporting from Oakland -- Harold Camping's promised final show Thursday night was much like his others. For an hour and a half, before a backdrop of wood paneling and fake plants in an Oakland studio, the self-styled scriptural scholar fielded calls...
| May 24, 2011
| 10:00 PM
Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend - May 27-29, 2011
Are you looking for something fun to do this Memorial Day weekend and can’t decide where to go? Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Whether you’re looking for an...
| May 27, 2011
| 8:07 AM
Last Final Friday The Crew went to The Kansas African American Museum for their Young Friends Fridays. It was seriously one of the most fun events I have been to in a while. The entire night was themed “Night at the Apollo,” they had a...
| Jan 24, 2008
By Bettijane Levine, Times Staff Writer
IS it nature? Or is it art? Painters and poets have long known that the furl of a fern or an orchid's architecture can qualify as both. Now a growing wave of indoor gardeners is capturing nature in miniature and...
| Jan 18, 2009
Martin Ortiz, who inspired thousands of Latino students to reach for college and earn degrees as the founding director of Whittier College's Center of Mexican American Affairs, has died. He was 89.
Ortiz, who had Parkinson's disease and pneumonia, died...
| Dec 2, 2007
The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Iraq or who died at a military hospital of their injuries:
Isaac T. Cortes, 26, of Bronx, N.Y.; private, Army. Cortes was one of two soldiers killed Tuesday...
| Feb 10, 2008
Sen. Barack Obama narrowed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's lead in the fight for Democratic presidential delegates Saturday, sweeping three states, while Sen. John McCain hit a detour on his march to the Republican nomination.
Obama won Louisiana, Nebraska...
| Jan 12, 2010
| 6:21 PM
Dale Rickards, a self-styled cowboy who wrangled horses for Hollywood and turned his Malibu ranch into a faux western town for location photography, has died. He was 88.
FOR THE RECORD: : An earlier version of this article...
| Apr 12, 2007
WASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain, once considered the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, has fallen to third place in a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll, and is running behind Fred Thompson, an actor and former senator who has...
| Nov 9, 2006
WASHINGTON — In turning to former CIA Director Robert M. Gates to take the reins at the Pentagon, President Bush has selected a low-key loyalist who is in many ways the opposite of outgoing Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.
| Sep 16, 2009
In Tijuana, schoolchildren get lessons on how to duck during gangland shootouts. Ciudad Juarez cops patrol with military escorts, and the morgue there is spilling over with gunshot victims.
But here in Mexicali, people fear the desert sun more than...
| Apr 12, 2009
| 10:58 PM
PARIS, Texas— Four months after a grand jury indicted two white men in connection with the dragging death of a black man in this racially troubled northeast Texas town, key evidence against the pair appears to be evaporating amid growing optimism by...