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LAPD Dismantles LA Occupy Camp

Police officers in riot helmets today arrested more than 200 protesters and, in a mostly peaceful operation, dismantled the tent city that sprang up Oct. 3:34 pm Read More

Michael Jackson’s Doctor Sentenced to 4 Years Behind Bars

Michael Jackson’s personal physician was sentenced today to four years behind bars for the singer’s June 2009 death from an overdose of the powerful anesthetic propofol. Dr. Conrad Murray, 58, was convicted Nov. 7 of involuntary manslaughter. Despite the four-year sentence, the exact amount of time Murray will serve behind bars was unclear due to […] 6:23 pm Read More

Three Men Arrested in West Hollywood Marijuana Robbery

Three men were arrested in connection with a robbery at a West Hollywood medical marijuana dispensary, sheriff’s officials announced yesterday. The robbery was reported at 8:03 p.m. Saturday at the Farmacy-Medical Marijuana Dispensary in the 7800 block of Santa Monica Blvd., Lt. Ana Brackpool of the West Hollywood sheriff’s station said. “One suspect held six […] 6:42 pm Read More

UCLA Football Coach Fired Today

UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel was fired today, but he will lead the team against Oregon during Friday’s inaugural Pac-12 championship game. Neuheisel compiled a 21-28 record during his four years leading the Bruins. “I have a great deal of respect for Rick Neuheisel and the manner in which he has run this program during […] 6:35 pm Read More

UCLA Football Coach Expected to be Fired

Rick Neuheisel UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel is expected to fired following Friday’s Pacific-12 Conference Championship Game, according to reports published today. The Orange County Register reported that Neuheisel is expected to be fired, the Los Angeles Times reported that “Neuheisel’s chances of retaining his job are bleak,” according to “influential people close to the program who […] 6:35 pm Read More

UCLA Students Plan To Let Regents Hear About Pepper Spray

Hundreds of students angry with tuition fees that habe tripled over 10 years, and irritated by the pepper-spraying of students by University of California police, are expected to converge on the southern edge of the UCLA campus Monday, as UC regents try again to hold a meeting. 6:28 pm Read More

Students Plan To Let Regents Hear About Pepper Spray

Hundreds of students angry with tuition fees that habe tripled over 10 years, and irritated by the pepper-spraying of students by University of California police, are expected to converge on the southern edge of the UCLA campus Monday, as UC regents try again to hold a meeting. 6:28 pm Read More

LA Police Clear Downtown Streets Of Occupy LA Protesters

More than 100 police officers in riot helmets shoved Occupy L.A. protesters off the streets in the Civic Center area of downtown Los Angeles today to clear the area for vehicular traffic, but they made only four arrests and made no move to dismantle their tent city, apparently saving that operation for another day. 5:28 pm Read More

Planning Commission Denies Gateway Project Application

The Beverly Hills Planning Commission voted unanimously 4-0-1, with Commissioner Nan Cole absent, to deny a four-story, 65-foot-tall, mixed-use project proposed for the former railway property at the west corner of Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevard 2:03 am Read More