Thirty years after a Whittier woman was found raped and strangled in her apartment, her killer has been sentenced to prison.
FESTA/SHUTTERSTOCK ARIES (March 21–April 19): Do you have an entourage or posse that helps you work magic you can't conjure up alone? Is there a group of coconspirators that prods you to be brave and farseeing? If not, try to whip one up. Show More Summary
I'm a 38-year old hetero woman; my best friend is a few years younger and bi. She's been trying to get in my pants for years but no matter how game I am, I just... vaginas don't turn me on. She's been pointing out for a long time that...Show More Summary
To the editor: My child is a student at Waldorf School of Orange County, and it's unbelievable that 41% of kindergartners started the school year unvaccinated. Just recently a Waldorf parent told me that no one is talking about the measles epidemic — not one conversation. ("Once easily...
US Coast Guard An image of the Noble Discoverer, a Shell Arctic drilling ship that became the subject of eight felony offenses for dumping wastewater overboard and evading other environmental regulations. This is one of the ships that...Show More Summary
To the editor: Your editorial is balanced and thoughtful. Not every officer-involved shooting is justified, nor is every one unjustified. ("How to ensure impartial investigations of officers' deadly force?," Editorial, Jan. 26)
To the editor: Michael Shermer is wrong to say that "the abolitionist movement was primarily inspired by such secular documents as the American Declaration of Independence and the French Declaration of the Rights of Man." ("The influence of science and reason on moral progress," Op-Ed, Jan. 26)
To the editor: California's Supreme Court unanimously decreed that state judges will no longer be allowed to affiliate with the Boy Scouts of America because of the organization's discrimination against gay and lesbian adults in leadership roles. ("State high court's vote affecting Scout...
When it comes to Super Bowl week, this column represents failure XLIX. The topic should be ignored, but it's a red flag in front of a bull.
Harold Meyerman, a prominent banker who in retirement oversaw a turnaround of the financially troubled Palm Springs Art Museum, died Jan. 21 at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 76.
House Speaker David Ralston and House Transportation Chairman Jay Roberts held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to provide some details on the Transportation Funding Act of 2015, which will be filed on Thursday. The act will provide...Show More Summary
Bop-Alloy. Feelin' Good on a Wednesday MUSIC Studio Seven (110 S Horton St), Wed Jan 28 A hot pot tipper sent over an invite (boy am I a sucker for a poster of a cookie wearing a hat) to what he described as "some of Seattle's chillest...Show More Summary
Tom Petty (and co-writer Jeff Lynne!!) just won a lawsuit Monday against pop singer Sam Smith, as Smith's song "Stay With Me" allegedly plagiarizes Petty's 1989 jam, "Won't Back Down." Okay. Um, after a few track back-to-back listens, I didn't really hear it (and y'all, I know how to hear "similarities"). Show More Summary
The Kitten Bowl. Let me tell you, folks—it's not easy being an "influencer." You know... the person who has a contrary opinion about something but is eventually proven to be ABSOLUTELY RIGHT (even though no one will ever publicly admit it)? Sigh. Show More Summary
Almost 70 Palm Desert High School students who haven’t been fully immunized for measles are banned from classes for the next two weeks. Meanwhile, the classmate who may have exposed them to the highly contagious virus is being allowed to return.
Kobe Bryant will be sidelined nine months after undergoing a two-hour procedure Wednesday morning to repair a torn rotator cuff, the Lakers announced.
After years of running at a deficit, the Los Angeles Convention Center is reporting profits of $3.3 million for the first year that the facility has been turned over to a private operator.
The Angels avoided arbitration with David Freese on Wednesday, agreeing to terms with the third baseman on a one-year, $6.425-million deal, a salary that was exactly midway between the $7.6 million Freese sought and the $5.25 million the Angels offered.
lev radin / Shutterstock.com I promise this post will be about Marshawn Lynch, but it’s going to take a moment to get there, so bear with me. For a period of time in the mid to late '00s I worked as a marketing coordinator at a mid-sized corporate law firm here in Seattle. Show More Summary
How do you convert a simple saline solution into a useful treatment for people with Parkinson’s disease? Tell them it’s a drug that costs $100 per dose. And if you want to make it even more effective, tell them it costs $1,500 inste...