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Parole Denied A 17th Time For Manson Follower 'Tex' WatsonCharles "Tex" Watson is serving a life sentence for the murder of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others. Suzie Suh reports.
Cubs’ Schwarber Not Cleared To Play Field In World Series; Audio ExcerptDespite his offensive prowess at designated hitter in Cleveland, Kyle Schwarber won’t be playing the field for the Cubs in the World Series. With three games set under National League rules at Wrigley Field, the Cubs’ team of doctors didn’t clear Schwarber to play left field. He will only be available as a pinch-hitter off the bench.
Bela, Martha Karolyi Named In Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against U.S. Gymnastics; Audio ExcerptThe latest lawsuit accusing a former USA Gymnastics doctor of sexually abusing a longtime member of the U.S. women’s national team is the first to name renowned husband-and-wife coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi, alleging they turned a blind eye to molestations. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in Los Angeles.
Former Torrance Wrestling Coach To Be Sentenced On Sex Charges; Audio ExcerptSentencing is scheduled Friday for a former Torrance High School wrestling coach convicted of more than three dozen sex-related charges involving 25 boys.
Jury Awards $70M In Johnson And Johnson Talcum Powder Case; Audio ExcerptAfter hours of deliberation, a St. Louis jury has come to a verdict in the new Johnson and Johnson case. Deborah Giannecchini of California was awarded more than $70 million on Thursday. She likely won’t survive the next two years, but her attorney, Jim Onder, says the verdict sends a message. “The families that we’ve represented are not in it for the money,” Onder says. “They’re in it to save the lives of others…and to force Johnson and Johnson to do the right thing.”
Southland Residents Brace For Rain; Audio ExcerptForecasters expect a threatening storm to unleash mud and debris in Southland communities Friday. According to the National Weather Service, a flash flood watch went into effect at 3 a.m. in recent burn areas of Los Angeles County, including the San Gabriel and Santa Monica mountains and the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel and Antelope Valleys.