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  • A California voter registration form. (Credit: Los Angeles Times)

    Monday Is the Last Day to Register to Vote in California for Nov. 8 Election

    If you live in California and you’re eligible to vote, today is your last day to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election. Here’s how to do it: To check the status of your voter registration, go here. Not sure which county you live in? Enter your ZIP at the U.S. Census website. If you need to register or re-register, visit this site. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. Hope you're registered to vote. The deadline for the Nov. 8 General Election is at […]

  • Model Kendall Jenner attends Target + IMG's NYFW kickoff at The Park at Moynihan Station on September 6, 2016 in New York City.  (Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

    Man Found Guilty of Trespassing at Kendall Jenner’s Hollywood Hills Home, Acquitted of Stalking

    A 25-year-old man was found guilty Monday of trespassing at the Hollywood Hills home of model Kendall Jenner. But jurors in the downtown Los Angeles courtroom acquitted Shavaughn McKenzie of a misdemeanor stalking charge, according to a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Superior Court. Los Angeles police arrested McKenzie on Aug. 15 at Jenner’s home in the 1600 block of Marmont Avenue, according to jail records. Jenner had pulled into her driveway that evening and spotted McKenzie, who tried […]

  • A lightning strike is captured as stormy weather moves through Southern California on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. (Credit: Loudlabs)

    Storm Brings Thunder, Lightning and Scattered Showers to SoCal

    Southern California was hit by scattered showers — with some areas experiencing thunder, lightning and spells of heavier rain — as a storm moved through the region late Sunday and early Monday . The National Weather Service said showers will continue on and off through Monday before giving way to clear skies by Tuesday. A stronger storm was expected to move into the area Thursday and Friday, forecasters said. In a region that has seen so little rain in recent […]

  • The back window of a patrol cruiser was shattered by a barrage of gunfire on Oct. 23, 2016 in Madera. (Credit: Madera Police Department)

    Suspect Opens Fire on Police Officer During Ride-Along in Madera, Passenger’s Frantic Screams Heard on Dashcam

    A search is underway for a shooter who sprayed gunfire at a Madera, Calif., police officer and a passenger during a ride-along on Sunday. The officer was not injured; the passenger suffered some minor cuts from broken glass during the shooting, according Lt. Gino Chiaramonte of the Madera Police Department. On Monday, police said detectives were continuing their investigation into the shooting that was captured on a dash camera inside the police cruiser. “We are thankful and blessed that both […]

  • Former U.S. Senator Tom Hayden (D-CA) speaks at a political conference on February 17, 2002 in Los Angeles. (Credit: J. Emilio Flores/Getty Images)

    Tom Hayden, Member of ‘Chicago 7’ and Former California Lawmaker, Dies at 76

    Tom Hayden, a 1960s radical who was in the vanguard of the movement to stop the Vietnam War and became one of the nation’s best-known champions of liberal causes, has died in Santa Monica after a lengthy illness. He was 76. Hayden vaulted into national politics in 1962 as lead author of a student manifesto that became the ideological foundation for demonstrations against the war. President Nixon’s Justice Department prosecuted Hayden in the raucous “Chicago 7” trial following the violent […]

  • Soldiers from the California Army National Guard have been ordered to return enlistment bonuses they received a decade ago. (Credit: California Army National Guard)

    Lawmakers Condemn Pentagon Effort to Recover Enlistment Bonuses From California Soldiers

    Lawmakers on Sunday condemned a Pentagon effort to recoup enlistment bonuses improperly paid to thousands of California National Guard soldiers a decade ago, saying the overpayments were not the soldiers’ fault and calling on the Pentagon or Congress to waive their debts. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy pledged a House investigation of the problem, calling the Pentagon demands for repayment of bonuses from combat veterans “disgraceful.” McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) said the House would demand a briefing from the National Guard Bureau, […]

  • Robert Crichton, left, and Matt Kennedy move a statue depicting a nude Donald Trump back outside to the entrance of Soap Plant Wacko in Los Feliz. (Credit: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

    Naked Donald Trump Statue That Appeared Along Hollywood Boulevard Sells for $22,000 at Auction

    A naked likeness of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is the latest addition to a private citizen’s personal collection following a Saturday night auction. The statue, which appeared on Hollywood Boulevard in August, was sold for $22,000 by street art auction house Julien’s Auctions. The piece, entitled “The Emperor Has No Balls,” was initially estimated to sell for $10,000 with a portion of the proceeds going to the National Immigration Forum, one of the leading immigrant advocacy organizations in the […]

  • Los Angeles police say Jesse Romero carried this gun before he was fatally shot by police in August. (Credit:Bryan Chan / Los Angeles Times)

    Questions Arise Surrounding When LAPD Officers Should Return to Work After a Deadly Shooting

    This summer, for the first time in his nearly five years as a Los Angeles police officer, Eden Medina shot someone. Police say Medina opened fire July 28 as Omar Gonzalez fought with officers after a car chase ended in a Boyle Heights cul-de-sac. Police have released few details about the shooting, but said at least one witness saw the 36-year-old with a gun before Medina fatally shot him. Twelve days later, the Hollenbeck Division gang officer fired his gun […]

  • The charred remains of an apartment fire in North Hollywood are seen on Oct. 22, 2016. (Credit: Barbara Davidson/Los Angeles Times)

    North Hollywood Man Arrested After Allegedly Fatally Stabbing 13-Month-Old Daughter, Setting Apartment Ablaze

    Manuel Velazquez was inside his North Hollywood apartment early Friday afternoon when he heard screaming. Velazquez, 64, walked outside and saw his next-door neighbor holding her 13-month-old daughter. Velazquez said the woman told him her boyfriend had gone “crazy” and stabbed the child. Velazquez then noticed a fire coming from the apartment. Los Angeles Police Capt. Stephen Carmona said Saturday that the man, Noe Torres, 28, stabbed his daughter about 11 a.m. in front of family, then set a small […]