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L.A. NOWActor Thomas Gibson, known for his roles in "Chicago Hope,” “Dharma and Greg" and “Criminal Minds” pleaded no contest Tuesday to one count of alcohol-related reckless driving following an arrest in downtown Los Angeles....
L.A. NOWLos Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy and four predecessors were named in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that alleges they intentionally did not report complaints of suspected teacher sex abuse....
50 years ago Editorial: Safe snow shoveling There are three safe ways for a man past 40 to get the snow shoveled off his driveway or sidewalk, according to Dr. Geoffrey Martin, state health officer in Topeka, Kan. 1. Hire the boy next door. 2. Get a...
L.A. NOWA former Cudahy mayor is scheduled to be sentenced Monday on federal corruption charges for taking bribes from a man who wanted to open a medical marijuan dispensary....
Luis Ernesto Rodriguez eyed the metal door as he waited for his little girls. Now 6 and 5 years old, they were his only children, inseparable, with thick black hair and mischievous smiles that reminded people of little mermaids. More than two years...
Tags: Immigration, Extradition, Prisons, Human Rights, Gang Activity
L.A. NOWA Glendale man was behind bars Wednesday and facing more than two dozen charges in a "sextortion" case, in which he allegedly targeted 350 women and coerced them into showing him their naked pictures. Karen “Gary” Kazaryan, 27, was arrested......
Your recent front page article about criminal asset seizures and the Diffenderffers was good investigative reporting ("Seizing assets to take profits from crime," Feb. 17). To recap, Michael Diffenderffer had marijuana plants in his basement. The police...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice
MEXICO CITY -- A police chief in the border city of Nuevo Laredo goes missing after his brothers turn up dead. Early evening explosions in front of a government building in the capital of Tamaulipas state injure three people. In the state of Durango,...
Former Mayor Eddie A. Perez's lawyer reiterated his argument Tuesday that Perez's bribery and extortion cases should not have been combined, and that as a result the jury was unfairly prejudiced against Perez. Evidence from both cases was shown to the...
Tags: Justice System, Punishment, Theft, Prosecution, Defendants
The Hartford CourantMore than two years after former Mayor Eddie A. Perez was convicted of five felony corruption charges and sentenced to three years in prison, his lawyers will have a chance Tuesday to make their case for why those convictions should be thrown out....
Please, let me click my heals to find out I am still in Baltimore after all ("Mayor takes a risk," Feb. 12). We city residents have stuck by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as she promised lots of magical change if we only stay. We waited patiently to...
If you're lonely this Valentine's Day, remember the sorry tale of Notre Dame football stud Manti Te'o and proceed cautiously with your relationships. Te'o was fortunate to have only his heart broken. Other dating scammers break the bank of their victims....
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