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Los Angeles Times ( By Matt Pearce ) —
MOORE, Okla. -- After darkness fell over this tornado-stricken city on Monday night and early Tuesday morning, rescuers confronted a strange and grim tableau.
Los Angeles Times ( By David G. Savage, Washington Bureau) —
Justices will decide whether a town council violates the 1st Amendment by opening its monthly meetings with a Christian prayer. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has agreed to revisit the issue of church-state separation and decide whether a town council can begin most of its monthly meetings with a prayer from a Christian pastor.
Los Angeles Times ( By Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times ) —
Manzarek, who was influenced by John Coltrane, added a jazz component to the band's rock sound and filled the role of bassist. The band charted 15 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 starting in 1967. When the Doors were still a fledgling quartet, and the band members were honing their chops playing five sets a night at the London Fog club in Hollywood, it wasn't rock stardom on keyboardist Ray...
Los Angeles Times ( From the Associated Press ) —
There are no reported deaths so far amid rubble and fire in suburban Moore, Okla. MOORE, Okla. — Authorities say an elementary school in an Oklahoma City suburb took a direct hit from a mile-wide tornado.
Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin underwent anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery on his right knee on Thursday. The surgery was performed by Dr. Ronald Glousman at the Kerlan-Jobe Center in Los Angeles. Beauchemin is expe...
OC Register (ERIC STEPHENS) —
Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin underwent successful surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee last week and is hopeful to be ready for the start of the 2013-14 season.The surgery was performed on Beauchemin's right...
OC Register (ERIC STEPHENS) —
The Ducks signed center William Karlsson, a 2011 second-round draft pick, on Monday to a three-year entry level contract.Karlsson, 20, is coming off a season in the Elitserien (Swedish Elite League) in which he was named the top rookie after scoring...
It was a day-long celebration of the inline game on Sunday, as the Anaheim Ducks i3 Roller Hockey League held its championships at The Rinks - Irvine Inline. Ducks radio color analyst Dan Wood and TV color analyst Brian Hayward, were on hand to an...
The Ducks have signed center William Karlsson to a three-year entry-level contract. Per club policy, financial terms were not disclosed.Karlsson, 20 (1/8/93), was named the 2012-13 Swedish Elite League Rookie of the Year after scoring 4-24=28 ...
Los Angeles Times ( By Larry Gordon and Eryn Brown, Los Angeles Times) —
The school's 'all hands on deck' effort to lure Arthur Toga and Paul Thompson from UCLA included money and the prospect of new collaborations, as well as less tangible personal perks. The courtship that has riveted the neuroscience world blossomed at a Saturday night dinner in a tony Brentwood restaurant.
Los Angeles Times ( By David Zahniser, Laura J. Nelson and Kate Linthicum,) —
Mailer to Latino voters urges support for Wendy Greuel because she 'will raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour,' but Greuel does not back that minimum pay level for all workers. The most powerful labor organization in Los Angeles refused Friday to back away from a campaign mailer in which it urges voters to support Wendy Greuel for mayor because she "will raise the minimum wage to $15 an...
Los Angeles Times ( By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times) —
Legislature's advisor sees $3 billion more in revenue, which could hamper the governor's bid to curb spending. SACRAMENTO — California's financial picture is much brighter than Gov. Jerry Brown suggested in his latest spending plan, according to the Legislature's top budget advisor, who said the state will have $3.2 billion more at its disposal than the governor estimated.
Los Angeles Times ( By Mark Z. Barabak and Richard Simon, Los Angeles Times) —
Lawmakers and candidates are increasingly feeling they can accomplish more at the state level than in Washington, where many would be serving in the minority. WASHINGTON — Early this year, Leticia Perez and her husband flew here for a whirlwind 48 hours. The couple dined at the Italian Embassy, visited the Lincoln Memorial and joined the crowd on the National Mall watching as President...
Los Angeles Times ( By Richard Fausset, Los Angeles Times) —
Many are skeptical that Congress will pass immigration reform legislation, but if it happens, they say, it will mean the reunion of countless family members, some separated for 20 years. TONATICO, Mexico — Armando Guadarrama was navigating his taxi through the narrow streets of this central Mexico pueblo on a recent Saturday morning, some 2,000 miles from the Beltway.
Los Angeles Times ( By Abby Sewell, Angel Jennings and Richard Winton, Los) —
Marcel Melanson, once considered a charismatic department hero, pleads not guilty to stealing expensive radios while a battalion chief and denies setting a fire to cover up the theft. Marcel Melanson was a hero in Compton.