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UCLA cornerback arrested on suspicion of robbing Uber driver of cellphone

UCLA cornerback Ishmael Adams was arrested Sunday morning by university police on suspicion of robbing an Uber driver of his cellphone, university officials said.

Fancy Preschool Director And Parents Wage Online War Over Cocktail Party

A thrilling saga of enraged Internet posts unfolds at a fancy Silver Lake preschool. [ more › ]

20 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week

Here are 20 of our favorite events in L.A. this week. [ more › ]

About 5 million Californians left in last decade, more than ever

The net loss to domestic migration is closer to one million. Which destination state was (again) the most popular?

For third time, marijuana operation in Placentia complex dogged by same dog

When it comes to sniffing out trouble, Scooby-Doo has nothing on Habo the German shepherd.

244 immigrants arrested in four-day sweep across Southern California

More than 240 people were taken into federal custody last week across Southern California after a four-day sweep for immigrants in the country illegally with criminal records, authorities announced Monday.

Venice Hotel Owner Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Homeless Man, Residents Say

Police have arrested a man in connection to the fatal shooting of a homeless man in Venice Beach over the weekend, and residents are saying the suspect is the owner of a Venice hotel. [ more › ]

Video: Man Camps Outside Dodger Stadium For 18 Days For A Shot At Playing

Baseball has been known to inspire big dreams, and one guy hopes that by sleeping outside of Dodger Stadium, he can turn his major league dreams into a reality. [ more › ]

Judges' procedural questions hint at skepticism on California death penalty ban

A federal appeals court, reviewing a ruling that could end California's death penalty, appeared concerned Monday that procedural requirements might prevent it from deciding whether the state system was so dysfunctional as to be unconstitutional.

BuzzFeed looking at big expansion to Arts District

Flush with new cash from NBC Universal, BuzzFeed is reported to be looking at the former Ford Model T factory across from Stumptown Coffee on Santa Fe Avenue.

Man stunned after buying $1 million lottery ticket with $20 found at airport

A Bay Area bartender is flying high after he won $1 million with a $20 bill he found outside of San Francisco International Airport.

Fire in Salinas caused by errant bullet from firing range

Fires in California have been started by lightning, fallen power lines and sparks from power tools and car exhausts.

Missing Mother Was Giving Homeless Man A Ride To His Parole Officer, Family Says

The 29-year-old mother has been missing since Wednesday, after telling a friend she was headed to the Simi Valley. [ more › ]

Monday news and notes: Lots of catching up

Items include Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, Daniele Watts, Eric Garcetti, Frank Gehry, Aja Brown, Wes Craven, Serena Wlliams, Jessica Mendoza, Claudia Puig and more.

Kanye West Will Perform '808s & Heartbreak' In Full At Hollywood Bowl

Kanye West will be performing '808s & Heartbreak' in its entirety at the Hollywood Bowl next month. [ more › ]

Earthquake: 3.2 quake strikes near Compton

A shallow magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Monday morning one mile from Compton, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 9:05 a.m. PDT at a depth of 7.5 miles.

DAY OF INNER PEACE 2015: Why It's Important

We live in an era of supposed moral relativism. This post-modern age, in which the subjective is held as the highest possible state of consciousness, where each social and cultural issue is open to interpretation, and art that deconstructs our reality, rather than offering concrete solutions to our problems, is seen as the creative ideal. Show More Summary

First batch of LAPD body cameras rolls out today

After nearly two years of fundraising, testing and negotiating policy, body cameras will be outfitted on Los Angeles police officers starting Monday morning.

Movieland Mystery Photo

  For Monday, we have this distinguished gentleman in a three-piece suit.

Mary Mallory / Hollywood Heights: ‘Sins of Hollywood – Tinseltown’s First Sordid Look at Scandal

“The Sins of Hollywood,” via From its very beginnings, the motion picture industry has endured protests and censorship attacks from conservative members of the American public, those scandalized at seeing women given the right to be heroines, use of … Continue reading ?

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