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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHoward Barry Pompel, one of the 25 people killed in Friday's Metrolink commuter train crash, was remembered today at a Simi Valley service as a vivacious, caring man who gave his time to myriad temple and community causes. At least 100 people gathered at...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn a city where House Speaker Nancy Pelosi faces criticism for not being liberal enough, California Republicans gathered this weekend to repair deep divides over how to appeal to an electorate that continues to trend away from the steady diet of...
Tags: State Budgets, Crimes, Hillary Clinton, California, Migration
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterKaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. said Tuesday that it was working with state regulators to develop standards to protect its members from unfair cancellations of health insurance, a move that the state's largest HMO hopes could lead to industrywide...
Tags: Seizures, Crimes, Epilepsy, California, Fines
Today's question: California's prisons and jails are chronically overcrowded; how much of that is related to drug offenses? How much prison and jail overcrowding, if any, would be relieved by Proposition 5? Previously, Kreit and Cooley debated whether...
Tags: Trials, State Budgets, Crimes, California, Health
Today, Wilkinson and Sager debate several cities' decisions to close police conduct hearings. Later in the week, Wilkinson and Sager will discuss reopening disciplinary hearings, allowing public access to use-of-force records, and Los Angeles police...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAdvocates for the mentally ill filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger subverted the will of voters when he eliminated a $55-million program for the homeless mentally ill -- a program he himself had touted as a success. The suit...
Tags: Trials, State Budgets, Sacramento, California, Public Finance
Pirkle Jones, a California photographer admired for his stirring images of migrant workers, endangered landscapes and social movements, including a controversial series on the Black Panthers at the height of their activism in the late 1960s, died March 15...
Tags: Crimes, Sacramento, Documentary (genre), Photography, California
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEven this college town, traditionally the defender of the downtrodden, protector of the left and arbiter of political correctness, has had enough -- enough of the homeless. After months of hand-wringing, the Berkeley City Council this week passed a law...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterState lawmakers are moving to allow lone motorists to use carpool lanes on congested stretches of the 110 and 10 freeways -- for a fee. Vehicles carrying more than one person could still cruise in those lanes without charge under a proposal under...
RICHMOND - A Richmond man has been charged with two counts of murder in the stabbing death of his pregnant girlfriend. An Alameda County Superior Court judge read the charges against 33-year-old Aaron Ashley on Tuesday. The Berkeley postal worker is...
Mitsuwa Marketplace (Little Tokyo Store) 333 S. Alameda St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 Japanese American National Museum 369 East First St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 http://www.janm.org/ Mikawaya Mochi Ice Cream (Japanese Village Plaza) 118...
You've seen the award-winning television drama. Now it's your turn to put your investigative skills to the test as a crime scene investigator. Created in cooperation with the hit CBS franchise," CSI: The Experience" invites you to step into the world of...
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