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Glendale City Councilman Rafi Manoukian is pushing a ban of gun shows at Glendale Civic Auditorium. Mayor Frank Quintero is backing Manoukian's proposal, saying, "I think the time has come for this country to reexamine easy access to guns." Manoukian...
When Bill Buck accidentally cut off the tip of his finger at his Duarte cabinet workshop two years ago, he headed to Huntington Memorial Hospital's emergency room. He assumed his insurance company would sort out the $12,630 bill from the plastic surgeon,...
SACRAMENTO — In a second-floor walk-up near the Capitol, two children of one of the world's richest men used to slump into armchairs in the evening and gripe about California education, unwittingly laying the groundwork for a potential upheaval in...
Family and friends buried 19-year-old Kendrec McDade on Saturday, but inquiries into the events that led Pasadena police to shoot him are just getting started. Four probes have been launched, including the Pasadena police's investigation of the March...
Tags: Murder, Civil Rights, Trials, Litigation, Criminals
Two years after 9/11, federal Air Marshal Robert MacLean turned whistle-blower. He revealed to MSNBC reporters that the government planned to remove armed security officers from long-distance passenger flights to reduce hotel expenses despite reports...
CeaseFire Illinois workers say Chicago police officers are increasingly ordering them off street corners in Woodlawn along with gang members, interfering with their efforts to tamp down violence in the crime-plagued neighborhood. The alleged harassment...
Tow truck drivers are operating in frequent and flagrant violation of a new Broward law meant to protect drivers from towing abuses, a Sun Sentinel investigation has found. The newspaper surveilled tow spots, analyzed more than three years of data,...
TUCSON — A federal judge has ruled that the immigration enforcement policies of the man who calls himself "America's toughest sheriff" violated the Constitution by using racial profiling. For years, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has ordered...
Tags: Joe Arpaio, Judges, Politics, Migration, Crime, Law and Justice
Mud pits, electric wires, climbing walls and a long-distance run — for most participants, outdoor obstacle races offer a chance to overcome physical challenges and bond with friends, often in a rowdy atmosphere. But even as these adrenaline-fueled...
Tags: Broken Bones, U.S. Coast Guard, Teachers, Trials, Sports
Banning pit bulls Regarding the Front Burner guest columns: "Should communities ban pit bulls?" in Friday's Sentinel: The origin of domestic dogs is wolves and DNA-similar beasts. Intentional cross-breeding and selective breeding created the...
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