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11 injured after wind gusts blew through Northern California flea market

Los Angeles Times (Matt Hamilton) — Eleven people were injured Wednesday after wind gusts blew through a Northern California flea market, sending several tents and tarps airborne, striking some patrons and vendors. The winds...
  • New: 40 min ago

Chinese journalist's prison sentence reduced to 5 years from 7

Los Angeles Times (Jonathan Kaiman) — A 71-year-old Chinese journalist imprisoned on charges of leaking state secrets had her sentence reduced from seven years to five, a Beijing court announced Thursday, apparently because of...
  • New: 46 min ago

Boys' basketball: D.J. McDonald scores 31 points for Alemany

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Alemany traveled to Illinois to begin its basketball season on Wednesday and came away with a 69-61 win over St. Louis Riverview. Sophomore guard D.J. McDonald scored 31 points and senior guard...
  • New: 48 min ago

Thursday's TV highlights: 'The All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration' and more

Los Angeles Times (Matt Cooper) — SERIES The Twilight Zone An annual tradition continues as KTLA presents an 18-episode marathon of Rod Serling's classic 1960s-era sci-fi anthology series. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. KTLA 2 Broke Girls...
  • New: 1 hr 5 min ago

Boys' basketball: Westchester, led by 6-7 Keith Fisher, is ready to earn respect for City Section

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — City Section teams are off to good starts. Crenshaw is 2-0 in the El Monte tournament. Dorsey knocked off Windward. Fairfax and Taft are preparing to begin their seasons next week. But the team to...
  • New: 1 hr 10 min ago

A band of brothers named Ball makes Chino Hills a basketball contender

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Whether he's throwing length-of-the-court passes for assists, firing in threes from NBA range, dunking on drives to the basket or using his 6-foot-6 frame to rebound and block shots, Lonzo Ball of...
  • New: 1 hr 14 min ago

Be thankful for the Internet and Christmas specials on YouTube

Los Angeles Times (Robert Lloyd) — When the great Library of Alexandria burned in 48 BCE, much of the knowledge of the ancient world was lost forever. But we have the Internet now, where everything lasts forever, and thanks to the...
  • New: 1 hr 23 min ago

Sam Farmer's NFL picks for Week 12

Los Angeles Times (Sam Farmer) — The Times’ NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week’s matchups. Lines according to Pregame.com. (O/U = over/under). Last week’s record 7-7 (.500); season 98-62 (613). Using point spreads with...
  • New: 1 hr 27 min ago

California homeless man accused of collecting submachine guns, silencers and handguns

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) — Richard Cunningham was homeless. But he wasn’t gun-less, police allege. Deputies found a cache of weapons at his Harbor City encampment, including: two fully operational submachine guns, four...
  • New: 2 hr 4 min ago

Lakers Coach Byron Scott says struggling Kobe Bryant can still play in NBA

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — It has been a mighty struggle so far this season for Kobe Bryant, resulting in Lakers Coach Byron Scott having to answer numerous questions from reporters about his star after practice Wednesday. ...
  • New: 2 hr 20 min ago

For Thanksgiving Day, some gratitude through the ages

Los Angeles Times (The Times editorial board) — Thanksgiving, the most traditional of holidays, has gotten downright trendy in a way. Psychologists and self-help authors are full of praise these days for the ways in which thanksgiving, with a...
  • New: 2 hr 35 min ago

A Southern California Thanksgiving

Los Angeles Times (Susan Straight) — Who told the story first? The story of Native Americans bringing food to the Pilgrims, who were hungry, weary, wary neighbors in Plymouth — roasted fowl, gourds, corn and fish? The traditional...
  • New: 2 hr 50 min ago

Eat, shop, click: Another kind of Black Friday

Los Angeles Times (Meghan Daum) — How great is technology? It can cure diseases, send humans into space and ensure that we never have to set foot in a Wal-Mart or Best Buy again if we don't want to. On Black Friday, the day we...
  • New: 3 hr 5 min ago

David Canary, 'All My Children' actor, dies at 77

Los Angeles Times Longtime soap opera actor David Canary, best known for his role as twin brothers on "All My Children," died Nov. 16 of natural causes at his home in Wilton, Conn., said a representative of the...
  • New: 3 hr 18 min ago

Cybersecurity experts warn about ModPOS malware aimed at retailers

Los Angeles Times (Andrea Peterson) — Just as millions of Americans are steeling themselves for the holiday shopping season, cybersecurity researchers are warning about a stealthy malware aimed at stealing credit card and debit card...
  • New: 3 hr 27 min ago

Gold and platinum offer clues about the moon's mysterious tilt

Los Angeles Times (Karen Kaplan) — A total solar eclipse  occurs somewhere on Earth about once every year and a half, on average. But imagine if it happened every single month. For this to be the case, the moon would have to orbit...
  • New: 3 hr 32 min ago

June Wilkerson dies at 91; nun helped hundreds erase their gang ties

Los Angeles Times (Steve Chawkins) — Sister June Wilkerson, a Catholic nun who organized a tattoo removal program that helped hundreds of San Fernando Valley residents shed their gang affiliations, has died. She was 91. Wilkerson...
  • New: 3 hr 36 min ago

How USC 2016 commit Josh Imatorbhebhe compares to other Trojans receivers

Los Angeles Times (Lindsey Thiry ) — Josh Imatorbhebhe, a 2016 recruit from North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Ga., signed a financial-aid agreement with USC earlier this week. Interim Coach Clay Helton said Wednesday that...
  • New: 3 hr 38 min ago

Being black is exhausting, and here's why

Los Angeles Times (Dexter Thomas) — For many black Americans, watching black people die on camera feels like a job.  It’s not something they’re paid for, unless they are a journalist. But it can still feel like an obligation,...
  • New: 3 hr 41 min ago

If 'Black Friday' no longer works, how about Five-Day Frenzy or Retail Playoffs?

Los Angeles Times (Sarah Halzack) — Black Friday is still hanging on as our catchall name for the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. But it's no longer a very good one, because the event has metastasized into several days and...
  • New: 3 hr 44 min ago
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