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Earthquake strongly felt across Los Angeles
An Army general was expected to enter pleas Monday in a deal that includes the dismissal of sexual assault charges stemming from accusations that he forced a subordinate officer to perform oral sex.
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Los Angeles hit by 4.4 magnitude earthquake
The city of Los Angeles was hit by a 4.4 magnitude earthquake this morning, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
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Strong Earthquake Hits Los Angeles
A strong earthquake hit Los Angeles early Monday morning. The 4.4 magnitude quake hit at 6:25 a.m. PT at a depth of about five miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey .
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Mid-size earthquake rattles Los Angeles area
The quake was centered six miles north-northwest of Westwood, and six miles northwest of Beverly Hills.
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Longtime Hollywood reporter Bob Thomas dead at 92
He was the institutional memory for the movies at The Associated Press and a passage for the world to a Hollywood both longed for and long gone.
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Kesha Is the Best. Also, Quit Slut-Shaming Her
A glitter-covered, hair-tattered mess toting ripped clothes and catchy hooks, Ke$ha stepped onto the scene with her hit "Tik Tok" in 2010, and it's not a total exaggeration to say nothing has been the same since.
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The Grim Sleeper serial killer story continues
Lonnie Franklin was arrested in 2010 and charged with being a serial killer of women in South Los Angeles.
Sun Mar 16, 2014
The Huffington Post
Mischa Barton Stuns In Flattering Black Dress
Mischa Barton posed for a photo call in Rome on Saturday, March 15. The 28-year-old wore a two-tone shift dress paired with black stilettos and a red lip, to promote her latest film "Hope Lost," in which she will play " a young Romanian snared into prostitution ."
Los Angeles subway dig finds prehistoric objects
In this file photo commuters enter and exit a train at the MTA Red Line Hollywood/Western station in Los Angeles.
Dr. Richard Grossman, burn treatment pioneer was 81
When Dr. A. Richard Grossman started working at Sherman Oaks Hospital in the late 1960s, according to the LA Times, he persuaded administrators to set aside two beds for burn patients.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Confucius Classroom movie to open at Los Angeles Asian Film Festival
As a boy growing up in Temple City in the late 1980s, Philip Chung noticed the Chinese signs appearing above the boulevard shops and wondered what was happening to his community.
The Band Perry lands inclusion in 'Country: Portraits of an American Sound' show
The Band Perry is the lone modern-day country act to be included in the forthcoming Annenberg Space for Photography exhibition "Country: Portraits of an American Sound."
Bob Thomas, Hollywood reporter for AP was 92
Bob Thomas began to cover Hollywood for the Associated Press in 1944, after fleeing from the Fresno bureau.
LA Daily News
1 arrested, 5 injured after Los Angeles pursuit ends in collision
Five people have been hospitalized and one person charged with vehicular theft after a high-speed pursuit ended in a three-car collision in downtown Los Angeles early today.
Driver Fatally Shot In Possible Road Rage Incident On 210 Freeway In Sylmar
A man was found fatally shot in his car early Friday morning on the westbound Foothill Freeway in Sylmar.
City Of LA Suing Time Warner Cable For Millions In Franchise Fees
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer said today that he's going after the cable giant in a nearly $10 million lawsuit alleging that TWC has refused to pay fees owed the city since 2011 while at the same time raking in billions in revenue.