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L.A. NOWReports of an unusual rush-hour traffic hazard in Long Beach started piling up at the local California Highway Patrol dispatch center shortly before 4:30 p.m. Thursday: a naked man was standing in the center divider of the southbound 405 Freeway......
KTLA NewsLAKEWOOD, Calif. -- A 1981 Florida murder suspect, dubbed one of "America's Most Wanted," has been arrested in Lakewood, California. James Edward Sims, 66, was arrested after a stakeout Friday morning at his home in Lakewood, where he lived for 19 years,...
Tags: Entertainment, California, KTLA, Crimes, Dining and Drinking
Lakewood, Calif., linebacker Rahim Cassell told the Sentinel June 24 that he had committed to Florida. Then reports popped up that Florida had not accepted the commitment. "They just wanted to see me out here," Cassell said at Saturday's Champion...
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Lakewood, Calif., linebacker Rahim Cassell certainly thought he was committed to play at the University of Florida this weekend. He thought he had solidified his position with the Gators' recruiting class after taking part in the annual Gainesville...
KTLA NewsBELLFLOWER -- Authorities say an off-duty officer fatally shot a man as he allegedly tried to rob a Norms Restaurant in Bellflower. The off-duty Gardena officer was eating when the man came in just before 2:10 a.m. and tried to rob the restaurant at...
Tags: Murder, KTLA, Theft, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice
Web ReporterAn assault rifle in the hands of a known gang member is not what you want to see on the streets. Lakewood police say Edward Williams used such a gun to ambush an SUV and try to kill the people inside. Police say on August 11th at around 8 p.m. they...
Aclock ticks in Baltimore, and I don't mean the one in Oriole Park. It's the homicide clock. It's not something you can look up and see, but something you feel and hear - part of Baltimore's biorhythm - and every year at this time, the ticks get louder,...
Tags: Maryland, Martin O'Malley, Crimes, Health, Drugs and Medicines
The Associated PressLiterary and cultural critic John Leonard, an early champion of Toni Morrison, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and many other authors, and so consumed and so informed by books that Kurt Vonnegut once praised him as "the smartest man who ever lived," has died. He...
The recent criticism of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reminded me of a statement President Kennedy made in 1961 regarding his reform-minded approach to Latin America, which at the time was causing consternation among many of the old guard in...
Wary of unions Re “Obama picks union-backer for Labor post,” Dec. 19 Let me get something straight here. We are to understand that the autoworkers' unions and management are jointly responsible for the crippling of the U.S. auto industry....
"I honestly believe he's out there doing it to other girls." A Tacoma woman wants Johnnie Gerard Brown off the streets. The woman is now 27 years old and still remembers. She says, "It hurts me but I hurt more for my sisters..especially my older...
++++++++++++++++++++ || BATTING AVERAGE || || Minimum 42 at-bats || || Player, School || AB || R || H || Avg. || || Shayne Lotito, Vasquez || 47 || 23 || 34 || .723 || || Trina McGee, Whittier Christian || 69 || 42 || 49 || .710 || || Adrienne Munoz,...
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