Sent by priority mail, no less. Christopher Frizzelle Here is the magazine that was enclosed. I can't believe someone paid $6.45 to send this to us. Christopher Frizzelle I flipped it open and, to my surprise, I have heard of the people associated with this magazine. Show More Summary
A Long Beach woman pleaded guilty Friday to embezzling and laundering more than $174,000 from a Fullerton youth soccer club where she served as treasurer, Orange County Superior Court records show. Laura A. Zellerbach, 41, pleaded guilty to single counts of embezzlement, money laundering, falsifying...
Police in Fairfax are looking for a woman who, they say, stole a purse with cash in it from a doughnut shop.
A small plane has crashed in the waters off Los Angeles Harbor and bodies and debris have been seen in the water, Fire Department officials said Friday. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott told KNX1070 radio Friday afternoon that a “large debris field” was seen scattered in the waters...
"You know that 'TrusTed' logo?" asks Hlinko at DailyKos. "The one with TRUS and TED merged, yet separated via different colors? Turns out that when you Google 'TRUS,' the logo at once becomes hilarious and hilariously appropriate." And... Show More Summary
An attorney representing a group of civic organizations has sent a legal claim letter to the city of San Francisco threatening to sue if an open-air urinal in Dolores Park is not removed in 20 days. The concrete circular urinal, which is out in the open and screened only through plants for privacy,...
Dozens of boxes of office documents that former City Councilman Tom LaBonge and his staffers sought to destroy included old lists of election donors – records that have raised questions about whether the councilman and his staff were engaged in campaign activities in the office.LaBonge said he...
Allison Wisk has been deputy politics editor at the Dallas Morning News and has a J.D. degree.
Lynn Peterson has been the head of the Washington State Department of Transportation since 2013. WSDOT The Republican-controlled state senate used their majority to deny a confirmation of Washington State Department of Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson this afternoon. Show More Summary
Hi all, I’m looking for a solicitor who is able to do the work involved in the winding up of a family trust. Does anyone know of one who is reliable and doesn’t charge the earth? Thanks in advance, Peter
Gov. Bruce Rauner has rejected legislation to reopen the Illinois State Museum, but says it may operate again if the museum can find its own funding through entry fees, donations and partnerships.The Republican governor used his veto powers Friday to suggest the changes to a bipartisan bill he's...
Bowser has authorized a "full deployment" of the snow team for a possible 1-3 inches overnight. [ more › ]
There will be free admission on Day One, which is May 14, and we now have a listing of what will be in each gallery. [ more › ]
Heading into Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, there are only two things you're dying to see: Mr. Darcy and zombies. The more the better (especially of the Darcy variety). Well, good news for all you empire waistoids—this adaption of Seth Grahame-Smith's 2009 parody novel of Jane Austen's classic is playing with a full deck of whist cards. Show More Summary
A bipartisan effort quietly killed a bill that would have "slowed down our state's revolving door," says State Senator Reuven Carlyle. Lisa Von Biela/Shutterstock It’s disappointing to report that bipartisanship broke out in OlympiaShow More Summary
"Dah-ling, I love you but give me Park Avenue." alexpro9500/shutterstock.com It's all connected. Stocks and bonds are not making the kind of returns the rich want. The global economy is not growing fast enough. Large sections of it are not growing at all. Show More Summary
His biggest crime: wasting a perfectly good box of Thin Mint cookies! [ more › ]
The body of a woman missing since 2009 was located in the walls of an apartment in Lomita last summer. [ more › ]
Federal prosecutors will retry two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies after jurors deadlocked earlier this week on whether the pair used excessive force against a handcuffed jail inmate. The eight-day trial of Joey Aguiar and Mariano Ramirez concluded Tuesday with a mixed verdict. Jurors acquitted...
The Lunar New Year 4714 doesn't begin until Monday, February 8th, but the festivities will be in full swing beginning this weekend, including a fireworks tomorrow night, a huge art show at the Javits Center (free to the public) and a special, extra Lunar New Year parade on the Upper East Side! [ more › ]