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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- A wrestling coach at a Los Angeles Unified high school was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting four students during the last three years, authorities said. Terry Terrell Gillard, 56, is accused of committing the abusive acts starting in 2014, a
Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops will retire Wednesday after 18 seasons, according to a report in the Oklahoman newspaper. Stoops will be replaced by offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley. Stoops went 19048 at Oklahoma, winning the national title onc
British actor Peter Sallis, who played irrepressible, cheese-loving inventor Wallace in the "Wallace and Gromit" cartoons, has died, his agent said Monday. He was 96. Sallis' talent agency, Jonathan Altaras Associates, said he died Friday at a retire
Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey faced backlash for contributing thousands of dollars to an organization that hoped to elect then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. For his next act, Luckey is working on technology that could serve one of Trumps sig
After another lengthy hearing on historic preservation, the Laguna Beach Planning Commission on Wednesday indicated it wants to reclassify houses and buildings on the fringe of the citys historic inventory to allow owners greater flexibility when alt
The Beatles are once again in the upper reaches of the Billboard 200 albums chart as the 50th anniversary edition of the groups 1967 classic, Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, jumped to No. 3 a week after the release of the new stereo remix. In t
After fourteen years at the company, Millard Mickey Drexler is stepping down as J. Crews chief executive officer. This announcement, obtained exclusively by WWD, confirms a WWD report last December that a search for a successor for the longtime ceo w
Many countries look enviously to Hollywood. Some look more enviously than most. Israel has long been obsessed with that Tinsel-y place nearly 8,000 miles away. When the cable drama Prisoners of War was adapted to become the Showtime hit Homeland, it
Watch the latest video at Watch the latest video at But blaming the Democrats in this case ignores the reality that Trump's fellow Republicans control the Senate, where nominations are confirmed. They run the commi
President Trump employed all the trappings traditionally reserved for signing major bills into law as he kicked off infrastructure week on Monday: the stately East Room full of dignitaries, a four-piece military band to serenade, celebratory handshak
After reviewing transcripts of traffic stops involving 981 motorists, Stanford researchers have come up with proof of something that many Americans have believed for a very long time: Police officers tend to treat black citizens with less respect tha
Some of the most popular modern fairy tales are played rather than told. Ustwos Monument Valley spun a story about a quiet princess Ida who worked, often alone, to restore a colorful, geometric habitat, one inspired equally by the meticulously design
In New York, apparently, they know how to play hardball. The states governor, Andrew Cuomo, laid down the law Monday to health insurers thinking about abandoning the states Affordable Care Act exchanges. Any that take that step, he announced, will be
The Playboy Jazz Festival, now in its 39th year, is a little like the weather in parts of the country that actually have such a thing: If you dont like what you see, wait 20 minutes. Thats not a knock on the festivals quality, which for each year has
Snapchat maker Snap Inc. acquired a Seattle start-up that tracks the location of smartphones to help businesses and advertisers learn more about consumer behavior. Terms of the deal for Placed Inc. were not disclosed in an announcement Monday, but Ge
The Detroit Tigers said Monday that an MRI exam on pitcher Justin Verlanders groin injury was clean, showing no evidence of structural damage, and he will be evaluated as the week progresses. The 2011 Cy Young Award winner left his start Sunday again
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, a quirky beer-selling theater chain, has formally agreed to open an outpost in downtown Los Angeles news that comes with a sigh of relief for a local real estate developer laboring to overhaul an aging mall. Its been almost t
Shay Knighten's three-run homer off Kelly Barnhill in the top of the 17th inning gave Oklahoma a 7-5 victory over Florida in Game 1 of the championship series on Monday night. The matchup between programs that have split the past four national titles
A former high-ranking Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department official alleges he was pressured to take early retirement after he reported illegal conduct by various department officials, including Sheriff Jim McDonnell, according to a lawsuit filed t
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant made a 26-foot three-pointer that broke the hearts of the 20,562 people assembled at Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night. Throughout the second half, the Cleveland Cavaliers fans had hope. Then the cold r
Residents of L.A.'s Harbor Gateway neighborhood oppose plans for 15 houses next to the 110-91 Freeway interchange
Clayton Kershaw remains the Dodgers single most important player, his value to the franchise confirmed once again in a 2-1 victory over the Washington Nationals. Without him, the Dodgers would have been swept this week at Dodger Stadium. And without
A week after officials disclosed a 57% rise in Los Angeles veteran homelessness, advocates say the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is delaying housing development on its West Los Angeles campus. A report to be released Tuesday from Vets Advocacy,
Solo travelers made up more than a quarter of Instagram users who posted shots from their trips in 2016. That is one of the surprising findings of an International Expeditions survey of 2016 travel habits, based on the Instagram hashtag #vacation, la
President Trump intends to nominate Joseph Otting, the former chief executive of Pasadenas OneWest Bank and an ally of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, to a key financial regulatory position. Otting is being tapped to be the comptroller of the curr
If you're thinking about visiting Alaska this year, you're not alone. More than 1.8 million people toured the nation's largest state (by area) last year, and with changes taking place in the cruise industry this year, that number may grow. The number
The company tapped by the federal government to provide interpreters in immigration court wrongly classified employees as independent contractors and fired those who spoke out, the National Labor Relations Board said in a complaint issued Wednesday.
Apparently, the person who put together the Rookie League Ogden Raptors promotional schedule is a time traveler from the 1950s. Its really the only viable explanation for a special night the team had planned that makes sense only if you lived in a le
Molestation scandal is latest blow to once-mighty Trinity Broadcasting Network
A major shoe dropped in the battle to preserve the Affordable Care Act Tuesday, as Anthem, the nations second-largest health insurer, announced it is withdrawing entirely from the individual market in Ohio. The move will leave 18 counties without an
The owner of the self-proclaimed worlds largest private Star Wars collection in Petaluma, Calif., is calling on the Force for help in locating more than 100 pieces of rare memorabilia that recently were stolen. After a fellow Star Wars collector and
Satellite television giant Dish Network has been ordered to pay $280 million in penalties for violations of the National Do Not Call Registry laws and invading the privacy of American consumers, the U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday. A federal jud
Shop for cactuses, succulents, California natives and drought-tolerant plants for your garden at the Drought Tolerant Plant Festival Show and Sale held June 10-11 at the Sepulveda Garden Center in Encino. Hosted by the Los Angeles Cactus and Succulen
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has put a hold on a $2.2-billion plan to rebuild old natural gas power plants while it studies clean energy alternatives to meet electricity demands. The decision announced Tuesday follows a Los Angeles T
Businesses and advocates for workers are forming a rare alliance against President Trump's proposal to overhaul the way the government investigates workplace discrimination, part of what his critics say is a broader swipe at decades of civil rights p
Howard Philip Marguleas, a U.S. produce pioneer responsible for introducing the first Hawaiian pineapples sold on the mainland and the first mangoes grown in California, has died. He was 82. Marguleas founded Sun World International, a produce wholes
Cutting and merging two agencies that investigate workplace discrimination won't reduce the government's enforcement power, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta said Wednesday. But Democrats pointed to what they say is President Trump's broader effort to
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The laborious process of updating Laguna Beachs historic preservation ordinance will continue Wednesday as the Planning Commission takes another look at draft legislation. Commissioners in April wanted more information about structures on the bottom
Long Beach States first Dirtbags held workouts on all-dirt fields, leaving them covered in grime even before they began their regular practice. Their gritty approach led to the birth of one of the most iconic nicknames in college baseball. David Banu
Connie Brittons heart-wrenching goodbye to Nashville came with a lot of laughter and a lot of tears. The star of the country music soap, which was picked up by CMT when ABC dropped it after Season 4, survived a stalker only to die after a car acciden
The investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is entering a high-stakes phase for the White House as lawmakers prepare to publicly question former FBI Director James B. Comey and other top intelligence and law enforcement officials
To avoid a sweep at the hands of the Nationals, the kings of the National League East, the Dodgers required a multitude of good fortune. Clayton Kershaw outdueled Washington starter Stephen Strasburg. The offense pounced on the tiniest of openings. A
Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black, Henry Ford once said. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk is taking the same approach to early versions of the Model 3, due for initial production and delivery in July. T