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'Suge' Knight could face 30 years to life on new criminal charge

Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight's latest criminal charge could get him 30 years to life in prison if he's convicted in a case involving the theft of a woman's camera in Beverly Hills, prosecutors said.

The Team That Did Not Practice

My 17-year-old daughter has been playing soccer since she was 5. One year of club soccer sent her running back into the arms of our local AYSO -- something that had little to do with her skill set and more to do with just wanting toShow More Summary

Grisly video footage surfaces of strike on Syrian camp

Blackened corpses mutilated by shrapnel: the horrific images are the aftermath, activists say, of yet another barrel bombing by Syrian government forces.

Halloween 2014: Last-Minute Recommendations – Haunted Houses, Hayrides & Ghost Trains

The second installment of our Last-Minute Recommendations for Halloween 2014 suggests some must-see haunted houses and rides. Because our goal is to help you prioritize your schedule during the remaining dates of the Halloween season, we have omitted shows you cannot see because they are sold out, and also shows that you can see later because [...]

Man shot, fires set as Giants fans celebrate World Series victory

A man was shot in the arm, fires were set and bottles were thrown at police officers late Wednesday as revelers celebrated the San Francisco Giants winning the World Series, authorities said.

Man shot, fires set as Giants fans celebrate World Series victory

A man was shot in the arm, fires were set and bottles were thrown at police officers late Wednesday as revelers celebrated the San Francisco Giants winning the World Series, authorities said.

Halloween 2014: Last-Minute Recommendations – Theme Parks

Only two days left of Halloween – four, if you count November 1 and 2 – and so many haunts left to visit. What to do? You must prioritize – but which Los Angeles attractions are must-sees, which are worth a visit, and which should be avoided like a pack of starving zombies? Never fear: [...]

Poet Galway Kinnell, winner of Pulitzer Prize, dies at 87

Galway Kinnell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who opened up American verse in the 1960s and beyond through his forceful, spiritual takes on the outsiders and underside of contemporary life, has died. He was 87.

Man killed after paraglider crashes into mountain

A 38-year-old man who was killed when the paraglider he was flying crashed into the side of a mountain near San Jacinto was identified Wednesday as David Pearson of Los Angeles.

Giants Are World Series Champions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – They made a mockery out of the home-field advantage. They finished six games out of first place. Their best player was missing in action during the World Series.

Obama administration rules target for-profit colleges

The Obama administration on Thursday will publish new regulations intended to target for-profit career colleges that leave students with debts they cannot repay.

Kings use emergency-roster exemption before facing Penguins

Hockey limbo could have been the best description for the Kings' situation the last few days.

USC expects spiraling number of passes by Washington State's Halliday

USC anticipates a possible record-breaking performance by Washington State on Saturday.

Football: Quinten Pounds commits to Washington

Quinten Pounds, a senior receiver-defensive back at Cypress, announced Wednesday night he has committed to Washington.

UC Berkeley chancellor upholds Bill Maher speech despite protests

UC Berkeley’s administration is insisting that a campus speech by Bill Maher will proceed as scheduled in December despite opposition from students who say the offer should be rescinded to protest what they allege were anti-Muslim statements by the political satirist.

Former TV pitchman charged with assaulting owl in paraglider

A former TV pitchman in Utah is facing federal charges that he chased and kicked an owl while in a motorized paraglider, prosecutors said.

UC Berkeley chancellor upholds Bill Maher speech despite protests

UC Berkeley’s administration is insisting that a campus speech by Bill Maher will proceed as scheduled in December despite opposition from students who say the offer should be rescinded to protest what they allege were anti-Muslim statements by the political satirist.

San Mateo health officials reviewing Ebola quarantine of doctor

Health officials Wednesday were reviewing the quarantine they set for a Stanford doctor who was treating Ebola patients in Liberia after the state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued their own quarantine guidelines...

Verizon Wireless crosses the privacy line on Web browsing

Verizon Wireless, the country's most popular mobile phone operator, has been quietly inserting into its customers' Web browsing sessions an identifier unique to each device they use, making it possible for websites and advertising networks to build profiles of individual customers based on...

For the record

Downtown development: A headline on an article in the Oct. 29 California section about downtown development misspelled Olvera Street as Olivera.

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