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Los Angeles Dodgers To Hold Navy Night At Game Tonight

The Los Angeles Dodgers will conduct Navy Night tonight, including having the U

Three Streets To Be Closed Near Staples Center For X Games Auto Races

Figueroa Street, Pico Boulevard and 12th Street will be closed in the vicinity of Staples Center through 4 a.m. Monday to allow for auto races today and Sunday which are part of the X Games.

Mother Of Blind Man Killed On Metro Blue Line Awarded $17 Million

The mother of a blind Compton man who was killed when he mistook a gap between Metro Blue Line trains for a door was awarded $17 million today in her wrongful death lawsuit against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

US Lawmakers Hunt For Debt Deal As Deadline Looms

Three days before a critical deadline, US President Barack Obama pressed polarized lawmakers Saturday to reach an urgent deal to avert a US debt default that could plunge the world economy into chaos.

Three Journalists Killed In NATO Raid: Libya

‘The Big Bang Theory,’ CBS Top Thursday Television Ratings

Los Angeles Dodgers To Hold Navy Night At Game Tonight

The Los Angeles Dodgers will conduct Navy Night tonight, including having the U

Three Streets To Be Closed Near Staples Center For X Games Auto Races

Figueroa Street, Pico Boulevard and 12th Street will be closed in the vicinity of Staples Center through 4 a.m. Monday to allow for auto races today and Sunday which are part of the X Games.

Grandson Of Clark Gable Released From Jail For Laser Pointing Charges

A grandson of the late actor Clark Gable was released from jail tonight after he and another man were arrested in Hollywood on suspicion of pointing a laser device at a police helicopter, authorities said.

Several Thousand Sailors Prepare To Set Sail On USS Abraham Lincoln On Monday

By Brenton Garen, Beverly Hills CourierAs the week-long Navy Week comes to a close in Los Angeles, many of its sailors who live in the Southland are once again saying goodbye to their families as they prepare to set sail on the USS Abraham Lincoln on Monday

Mother Of Blind Man Killed On Metro Blue Line Awarded $17 Million

The mother of a blind Compton man who was killed when he mistook a gap between Metro Blue Line trains for a door was awarded $17 million today in her wrongful death lawsuit against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Video Of Man Rescued By LAPD From 13-Story Downtown LA Building

A distraught man who was threatening to jump from the roof of a 13-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles was rescued by police officers in an effort videotaped by a bystander, authorities said today.

Libya’s Rebel Capital Mourns Slain Army Chief Yunis

Tens of thousands of Libyans mourned slain rebel military chief General Abdel Fatah Yunis on Friday as insurgent fighters pounded forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi in the west of the country.
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