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Marvin Norwood Sentenced in Giants Fan Beating at Dodger Stadium

A second man has been sentenced to federal prison in connection to a brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside of Dodger Stadium in 2011. Read more...

Jaquinn Bell Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison for Halloween Fatal Hit-and-Run in Santa Ana

An Orange County man has been sentenced to more than 13 years in state prison for killing three teenage trick-or-treaters in a hit-and-run on Halloween. Read more...

Armed Woman in Her 70s after Calabasas Mobile Home Park Standoff

Authorities have arrested an armed woman who had barricaded herself at a Southern California mobile home park for most of a day and shot at a police robot. Read more...

No Charges Filed in Venice Student Rape Case

More than a dozen students in Venice are off the hook in a sexual assault case.  Los Angeles County prosecutors said yesterday that no charges will be filed after two underage girls reported being assaulted.  Read more...

LA Federal Building Evacuated after Bomb Threat

Police say a federal building in downtown Los Angeles has been evacuated after a woman made a bomb threat. Read more...

Man Dead after Fatal West Hollywood Fire

Authorities say a man who may have been homeless died after being pulled from a fire at a vacant commercial building in West Hollywood. Read more...

Police Use Stun Gun on Man at LAX

Police at Los Angeles International Airport used a stun gun on a man who they say refused to cooperate at security. Read more...

Man Sentenced for Stealing Hearse from LA Funeral Home

A Southern California man has been sentenced to state prison for stealing a hearse with a body inside before a funeral. Read more...

Voters Show Little Interest in 2016 Senate Contest

So far, California's U.S. Senate contest has been a snoozer. Read more...

Experts Predict Heavy El Nino Next Winter for SoCal

Experts say a heavy El Nino will soak Southern California next winter.  Climatologists with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena say next year's winter will bring some much needed rain to the drought stricken state.  Weather experts were predicting El Nino conditions last winter but say conditions are much better this year to deliver a wet winter, but it will not solve the drought.  Read more...