Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times reports that the Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw is suffering from plantar fasciitis on his left foot that could possibly send him to the disabled list.
Justin Combs, the 18-year-old son of hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, will attend UCLA on a $54,000 football scholarship.
Mitt Romney is running away with Republican support in California, as the leader of the national presidential field enjoys a double digit lead over his competitors in the GOP, a new survey finds.
Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has hit the big time on YouTube, with two of his campaign videos promoting his run for district attorney getting a whopping 725,000 views, more than any video from a GOP presidential candidate.
Police in Vancouver, Canada are investigating if the arson suspect dubbed the “Hollywood fire devil” by German newspapers also was responsible for a string or arsons in British Columbia, it was reported Thursday.
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An investigation by the Los Angeles Times has revealed that most of the security cameras in downtown Los Angeles haven’t been working for nearly two years.
Records show a rookie Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy quit after only three weeks on the job after a supervisor forced him to beat up a mentally ill jail inmate.
Frank McCourt has been offered a record $1.2 billion for the Dodgers, the Los Angeles TImes’ Bill Shaikin reports.
Starting on Labor Day, the price of a daily edition will increase from 75 cents to $1, while the Sunday issue will go up from $1.50 to $2.00. The price of the weekend edition will remain at $1.50.
Former Los Angeles Times reporter George Ramos, who played a key role in the paper’s 1984 Pulitzer Prize-winning series on Hispanics in Southern California, has died at his Morro Bay home at 63.
Kobe Bryant will forever be compared to Michael Jordan. From position to style to legacy, Bryant will never make it out of a discussion about his place in the league’s history without a reference to the G.O.A.T. It’s simply inescapable.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that two suspects have been arrested in connection with the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on opening day, and the original suspect, Giovanni Ramirez, has been exonerated.
Is this the last chance for pro football in Los Angeles?
A second Los Angeles building inspector charged in a federal bribery case has agreed to plead guilty to accepting thousands of dollars in bribes to approve construction work he never inspected.