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Cups Frozen Yogurt , which has more than 20 mostly East Coast locations, will give away free samples from 4-7 p.m. Friday during the Torrance grand opening of its first Los Angeles County store.
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Search and rescue teams search for missing teen Joseph Sanchez, who has been missing since diving into ocean at Inspiration Point in Rancho Palos Verdes Wednesday afternoon.
After a recent partner program reboot, PC migration company Zinstall said it has seen huge success with partners and is looking to further expand its program into the channel.
An Orange County engineer charged with killing a Torrance nurse nearly 35 years ago can't be tied to the slaying through DNA, blood, fibers or hair and his alibi that he was sailing at the time will prove true, his defense attorney told jurors Tuesday.
The US Food and Drug Administration has completed an audit of the BioScreen Testing Services, Inc. laboratory facility located in Torrance, CA.
A young business student jilted 35 years old by a Torrance nurse planned her slaying, crafting a homemade garrote out of mop handles and wire, and “tied the ribbon” on their relationship when he wrapped it around her throat, a prosecutor said today as the 1979 case went to trial.
An engineer who once dated a Torrance nurse found strangled and stabbed to death in her apartment 35 years ago will finally face a jury as his murder trial opens Monday in downtown Los Angeles.
Customers filled out a three-part NCR form, and then the staff manually entered the job information into an Excel spreadsheet.
Seventy years ago, the world was convinced that Louis Zamperini was dead. There had been no word of the track star and former Olympian since his World War II bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean.
In a crash on Thursday, a motorcyclist who was straddling lanes was killed in a collision with a vehicle on the 405 in Culver City, the California Highway Patrol said.
It was a picture perfect day along the coast Thursday in Rancho Palos Verdes, where hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the nation's 238th birthday.
A veteran who collapsed in an Albuquerque Veteran Affairs hospital cafeteria - 500 yards from the emergency room - died after waiting 30 minutes for an ambulance, officials confirmed Thursday.
Fun historical program: The International Printing Museum presents “The Confounding Brothers: A Meeting of the Minds” as part of its Independence Day celebration.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 09:09 pm
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