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Can You Wear a Tan Suit and Still Love Your Country?

We all know that loving your country is a serious matter, especially when you are the president. And we all know that wearing a dark color is taken to be far more serious than wearing a light one. Those stout hearted Americans who were...Show More Summary

Motorcyclist killed in collision with bus near Hollywood Bowl

A motorcyclist died Saturday evening after colliding with a tour bus near the Hollywood Bowl, authorities said.

29 arrested at Made in America festival in downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles police, sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement officers reported arresting 29 people at the Made in America festival in downtown on Saturday.

Head of Los Angeles homeless agency announces he will retire

The head of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority has announced he will retire by the end of the year, capping months of speculation about change at the agency.

Dodgers' offense shrivels in extra-inning loss, lead shrinks

SAN DIEGO -- The Dodgers have spent the last five weeks in first place in the National League West, yet their lead remains uncomfortably small.

Serena Williams is only U.S. singles player still in the U.S. Open

We may now have to think about Serena Williams as Custer, because she represents the last stand at the U.S. Open tennis tournament.

Hollywood Gothique abandons L.A. for the S.F. Dungeon!

We apologize for the lack of updates the past couple days, but Hollywood Gothique has flown its crypt in sunny Southern California for a brief sojourn in the mist-shrouded Bay area. Why? you ask. Because we will be delving into the San Francisco Dungeon – a year-round haunted house attraction that sounds so good that [...]

Made in America festival in downtown L.A. gets off to a good start

As the sun beat down on tens of thousands of concertgoers in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, organizers of the city's debut Made in America festival said the weekend event was going as planned. 

Whittier man shot and killed; suspects remain at large, police say

A 34-year-old man was shot and killed in Whittier on Saturday afternoon, police said.

Border Patrol agent shoots at armed militia member in Texas

A U.S. Border Patrol agent fired several rounds toward an armed militia member in Texas, reigniting concerns among law enforcement officials about conflicts with untrained and unregulated volunteers who have arrived at the Mexican border in the wake of the recent immigration crisis.

Civil rights leaders seek witnesses in Ezell Ford shooting

Civil rights leaders will be handing out fliers Saturday near the South Los Angeles intersection where police shot and killed an unarmed black man earlier this month, imploring eyewitnesses to come forward.

Six dead after fire erupts in North Carolina mobile home

A fire consumed a North Carolina mobile home and claimed six lives early Saturday morning, authorities said.

Two motorcyclists shot and wounded on 60 Freeway, authorities say

Los Angeles police and county sheriff's officials are investigating shootings that wounded two motorcyclists riding on the 60 Freeway.

Ohio State rallies to 34-17 victory over Navy

Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut, and No. 5 Ohio State beat Navy 34-17 Saturday for its 25th consecutive regular-season victory.

Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova eliminated at U.S. Open

Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was stunned in the third round of the U.S. Open by a scrambling, moon-balling qualifier ranked No. 145.

Rapper arrested, released in time for Made in America festival

A rapper scheduled to perform at the Made in America festival was arrested Friday night and released early Saturday, authorities said.

Downtown L.A. prepares for kickoff of Made in America music fest

Final preparations were underway early Saturday for a music festival expected to draw tens of thousands of concert-goers to downtown Los Angeles this weekend.

LAPD names two sergeants involved in struggle with suspect who died

The Los Angeles Police Department has identified two sergeants involved in a physical altercation with a 37-year-old motorist who died hours after his arrest.

Officials continue to investigate man charged in willful HIV infection

Authorities said they are investigating whether there are more alleged victims of a man charged with knowingly infecting a partner with HIV.

Funeral today for Ezell Ford, mentally ill man killed by L.A. police

Funeral services are scheduled Saturday for Ezell Ford, a mentally ill man shot to death during a confrontation with Los Angeles police earlier this month.

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