Video: L.A. woman recalls terrifying ride on car hood after bulldog stolen

Ali Zacharias recalled desperately clinging to the hood of the getaway car as it sped through downtown Los Angeles. Inside the vehicle was the thieves’ precious cargo: Onyx, her French…

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Homeless in L.A.: Not every life is a ‘success story,’ but everyone deserves dignity

How many times have you heard successful people talking about the obstacles they overcame, the discouraging chapters they endured, the “rock bottom” from which they rose up? Maybe you see…

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50 Cent sued for allegedly hurling mic at L.A. radio host

A Los Angeles radio host wants 50 Cent to face the music, alleging in a lawsuit filed Thursday that the “Candy Shop” rapper chucked a microphone at her head during…

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Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team holds off Cal State L.A. to remain in CCAA title contention – Press Enterprise

SAN BERNARDINO — Gus Argenal isn’t going to let great be the enemy of good. It took a last-minute defensive stand, but Cal State San Bernardino held on to beat…

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L.A. moves to protect renters who got pets amid pandemic lockdown

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to prevent landlords from evicting tenants who took in a pet at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic — even if it was…

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L.A. County D.A. to pay $5 million in civil rights case over bungled election conspiracy prosecution

The L.A. County district attorney’s office will pay $5 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit brought by the head of a tiny Michigan software company that became the focus…

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L.A. Times to lay off at least 115 people in the newsroom

The Los Angeles Times announced Tuesday that it was laying off at least 115 people — or more than 20% of the newsroom — marking one of the largest workforce…

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Controversial video of Urban Alchemy worker prompts L.A. probe

After a worker sprayed water near a homeless person on Skid Row, Los Angeles City Controller Kenneth Mejia announced that he is launching an investigation into the worker’s employer, Urban…

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Managing Editor Sara Yasin departs amid L.A. Times turmoil

Los Angeles Times Managing Editor Sara Yasin resigned Monday amid the turmoil gripping the newsroom in advance of deep staff cuts that are looming. Yasin’s departure comes a little more…

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Hall of Fame includes few players wearing L.A. Dodgers caps

Eight former Dodgers are on the Hall of Fame ballot, although chances are that not a single one would wear the team’s cap should he be inducted. Several follow a…

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Rain expected through Monday across L.A.

The first in a series of Pacific storms moved across Southern California on Saturday, bringing rainfall and showers and prompting a high surf advisory along west-facing beaches. Another weaker system…

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L.A. Innocence Project Takes Up Scott Peterson’s Case

The Los Angeles Innocence Project, a nonprofit organization that works to overturn wrongful convictions, filed documents in court this week to re-examine the case of Scott Peterson, who is serving…

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L.A. Times Guild calls for one-day walkout to protest staff cuts

Los Angeles Times newsroom guild leaders called for a one-day walkout Friday to protest planned cuts to offset steep financial losses that owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong and his family have…

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L.A. security guard fatally shot; daughter remembers a loving dad

Eddie McAllister was a security guard who had reportedly wrapped his shift and was having a meal with a friend when an argument turned deadly early Wednesday in Hawthorne. McAllister,…

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L.A. neighborhood basketball game turns deadly

A neighborhood basketball game in Hawthorne descended into a deadly dispute on Sunday morning. One person was killed and another wounded after a shooting broke out following a disagreement over…

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Chaotic morning chase, collision, police shooting in downtown L.A.

A police pursuit Sunday morning in downtown Los Angeles led to a cruiser slamming into a “fixed object” and officers shooting a motorist. Officers said they saw a “reckless driver”…

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Dick Schlosberg dead: Former L.A. Times publisher was 79

Former Times publisher Richard T. “Dick” Schlosberg III, who led the newspaper during an era that saw double-digit profits and the emergence of the internet, which would eventually decimate the…

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L.A. County sheriff’s deputy walks in on robbery in progress

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy stopped by a convenience store in Carson early Saturday morning to grab a drink only to discover it was being robbed, authorities said. He…

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Supreme Court to hear case of L.A. man denied visa over tattoos

WASHINGTON, D.C. —  The Supreme Court will take up the case of a Los Angeles man who was denied a visa, in part because of his tattoos. Luis Acensio Cordero has…

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U.S. strikes Yemen: Are L.A., Long Beach ports ready for cargo surge?

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the nation’s largest cargo complex, are bracing for a business surge created by problems elsewhere: the Suez Canal in Egypt — a…

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