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Baca Appeal To Be Heard In Pasadena

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will have his appeal heard in November, more than a year after a federal jury convicted him of obstruction of justice and lying, crimes for which the ex- lawman was sentenced to three years behind bars.

Judge Says Jury Can Decide Pacquiao Spinoff Lawsuit

A waiter who alleges he's owed $8.6 million for helping to set up Manny Pacquiao's 2015 fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. will himself have to face trial of a lawsuit brought by a Beverly Hills businessman who says he deserves half of a $10,000 finder's fee related to the set-up of the boxing match, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Magnitude-4.4 Earthquake Strikes Near La Verne

One of the first questions you're likely to be asked Wednesday will be "did you feel it?" -- a magnitude-4.4 earthquake that struck north of La Verne.

McCain Death Leaves Republicans Lined Up Behind Trump

The death of senator John McCain has left his Republican party ever more firmly in the hands of Donald Trump, without a voice willing to challenge the president's most extreme statements and policies.

American Retail Sector Grows For Sixth Straight Month

American consumers dipped deeper into their pockets in July, increasing spending for the sixth month in a row and getting the third quarter off to a healthy start, the government reported Wednesday.

Beverly Hills News – Missing L.A. County Voter Names Blamed On Software Bug

Software misconfigurations were identified as the cause of more than 118,000 people being omitted from printed voter rosters in Los Angeles County during the June 5 primary election, according to an outside review released Wednesday.

LA County to Process Much Higher Number of Provisional Ballots – Beverly Hills Hard Hit

Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sex Assault Charges

Harvey Weinstein on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to rape and sexual assault charges in a New York courtroom -- the next step in a high-stakes legal battle that the #MeToo movement hopes will end with the disgraced Hollywood mogul behind bars.

LACounty to Pay $11.75 Million to Family of Cyclist Struck by Texting Sheriff’s Deputy

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to pay $11.75 million to the family of a bicyclist struck and killed by a sheriff's deputy who was typing a message while driving.

Six More Former USC Students File Lawsuit Against USC Doctor for Misconduct Allegations

Six more former USC students filed a lawsuit against the school and a former USC gynecologist Friday, alleging gross sexual misconduct and sexual assault on campus by the doctor, who worked at the Student Health Center for nearly 30 years.

Garden Grove Man Gets Prison for Smuggling “Lucky” Songbirds from Vietnam

A previously convicted bird smuggler from Orange County was sentenced Monday to a year and a half in federal prison for conspiring to smuggle endangered "good luck" songbirds into Los Angeles from Vietnam.

Four Former Students File Lawsuit Against USC Regarding Gynecologist Alleged Misconduct

Four former USC students Monday filed what is believed to be the first lawsuit against the university stemming from revelations of years-old misconduct complaints against Dr. George Tyndall, the longtime gynecologist at the university Student Health Center.

LA Chamber Orchestra Cellist to Play at Royal Wedding

The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra had been counting on cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason to be the guest soloist when it performs at the Alex Theatre in Glendale this weekend, but the 19-year-old British virtuoso got a better offer -- from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

UCLA Service Workers Begin Three-Day Strike

Thousands of University of California service workers began a three-day strike Monday at campuses and medical facilities across the state, including at UCLA and UC Irvine Medical Center.  

Beverly Hills Woman Killed In South L.A. Hit-And-Run Crash

A 34-year-old Beverly Hills woman was killed when a speeding Mercedes Benz triggered a two-vehicle crash southwest of Los Angeles, and the CHP Sunday said two survivors from that car fled in a third vehicle.

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Third Annual Make March Matter Campaign Raises $2 Million

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) announced Tuesday that its third annual Make March Matter fundraising campaign raised $2 million dollars. The campaign doubled its $1 million fundraising goal thanks to partnerships with 95 businesses in L.A. and the Coachella Valley.
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