Charles Manson, the man convicted of murdering Sharon Tate and six other people in the notorious summer of 1969, has died of natural causes in a California hospital.
With her syndicated column appearing in over 70 newspapers, Liz Smith covered the glitterati with a sharp sense of humor and a cutting wit since 1976 when she began her career with the New York Daily News. Smith died today of natural causes.
A man died Saturday after apparently jumping from a private helicopter in the waters off Malibu.
Otto Warmbier, the US student released by North Korea in a coma last week after more than a year in detention, has died, his family said Monday.
Joseph Wapner, a retired Los Angeles County judge who gained national fame as a syndicated TV jurist, died Sunday, according to TMZ.com. He was 97.
One day after the death of her famous daughter Carrie Fisher, actress Debbie Reynolds -- perhaps best remembered for portraying aspiring Hollywood starlet Kathy Selden in 1952's "Singin' in the Rain" -- died Wednesday at age 84.
Fans and fellow actors flooded social media Friday with remembrances of Florence Henderson, who was best known for playing mom Carol Brady on the iconic TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch and who died on Thanksgiving Day of heart failure. She was 82.
Norman R. Brokaw, an agent who represented cultural icons such as Clint Eastwood, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Bill Cosby, died Saturday in Beverly Hills.
Former 1960s radical and longtime California lawmaker Tom Hayden died in Santa Monica after a lengthy illness at age 76, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday.
Stanley Sheinbaum, an influential liberal figure, fundraiser and peace activist who once orchestrated a meeting between Palestinian movement leader Yasser Arafat and Jewish American leaders and played a key role in ousting LAPD Chief Daryl Gates, died today at his Brentwood home. He was 96.