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February 21, 2014
Join Times staff writer Kate Mather at 12:30 p.m. Friday for a discussion of some of the most high-profile stories of the week: Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper, San Francisco Giants beating victim Bryan Stow and the guilty pleas from his attackers, and "Craigslist killer" suspect Miranda Barbour, who claims a victim in L.A. Sharper pleaded not guilty Thursday to drugging and raping two women in Los Angeles in a case that prosecutors say now includes...
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February 21, 2014 | By Jason Wells
The woman who witnesses say opened fire at her eviction hearing at a Native American tribal headquarters in Northern California Thursday, killing four people, has been identified by police as a 44-year-old former tribal leader. Cherie Lash, also known as Cherie Rhoades, of Cedarville, Calif., allegedly shot five people and attacked another with a knife when she ran out of ammunition. The attack occurred during a hearing at the  Cedarville Rancheria Tribal Office and Community Center  in Alturas to evict her and her son from tribal property, KRCR-TV reported . A witness was able to escape the office, covered in blood, and run to the Alturas police station, KRCR reported.
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February 21, 2014 | By Joseph Serna
Police said they found an empty vodka bottle in the car of former Los Angeles news anchor Bree Walker when she was arrested this week in Anaheim on suspicion of drunk driving. Walker, 61, was stopped at 12:35 a.m. Wednesday near the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Ball Road, said Anaheim police Lt. Tim Schmidt.  Police   told the   Orange County Register   that Walker could not produce a driver's license and looked "disheveled" when she was stopped.
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February 21, 2014 | By Richard Winton, James Rainey and Ari Bloomekatz
The Dodgers organization says it is "pleased" that the two men who severely beat San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at a game in Los Angeles in 2011 were sentenced to prison Thursday after admitting guilt in the assault. "We are pleased that the culpable parties have finally accepted responsibility for their actions and have been sentenced for their crimes," the Dodgers said in a statement . Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez, both of Rialto, pleaded guilty Thursday to the attack.
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February 20, 2014 | By Maura Dolan
Orange County has loosened requirements for carrying concealed weapons in public following a pro-gun ruling last week by a federal appeals court, officials said Thursday. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2 to 1 that California counties may no longer require residents who want to carry concealed firearms to demonstrate special, individualized needs, such as death threats. The court majority said law-abiding residents have a 2nd Amendment right to bear a gun in public.
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February 20, 2014 | By Robert J. Lopez
A suspicious package at Terminal 3 at Los Angles International Airport turned out to be a piece of unattended luggage, an airport spokeswoman said Thursday night. Passengers at the lower level of the terminal were evacuated after the report came in shortly before 6 p.m. "Very few passengers" were in the terminal, LAX spokeswoman Nancy Castles said. A Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad responded to the incident.  Castles said nearly all the lanes at the airport remained opened while police investigated the report.
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February 20, 2014 | By Richard Winton
Even with the guilty pleas from the two men who attacked Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium in 2011, the Stow family's legal battles are not done. The Dodgers stilll face a lawsuit filed by Stow and his family. The case, accusing the team's management of not adequately protecting fans, is set to go to trial by May. Attorney Tom Girardi said the cost of Stow's care already has topped $5 million. He estimated that it will cost an additional $34 million to tend to the victim for the rest of his life.
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February 20, 2014 | By Richard Winton and James Rainey
At the home he shares with his parents, Bryan Stow does his best, but he struggles. It's hard to move his left arm and that hand will barely close. He must wear a diaper, needs help to take a shower and has to be reminded why a plastic shunt juts from the base of his skull. The members of Stow's family who addressed a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Thursday wondered if the two men who attacked the paramedic and father of two outside Dodger Stadium in 2011 knew any of that, or if they cared.
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February 20, 2014 | By Tony Perry
SAN DIEGO - A 56-year-old man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of voluntary manslaughter in the death of his brother after the two had a fistfight, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said. Michael Young and Robb Young, 51, both from Minnesota, were visiting their father in San Marcos when they began fighting "about Robb waking up early and being noisy," according to Lt. Glenn Giannantonio. The older brother knocked down the younger brother on the lawn outside the home and then went inside, Giannantonio said.
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February 20, 2014 | By Richard Winton and Joseph Serna
The sister of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium in 2011, addressed his attackers in court Thursday, calling them "despicable" for not showing even a "tiny bit of remorse. " Marvin Norwood, 30, and Louie Sanchez, 31, faced charges of mayhem, assault and battery, and inflicting great bodily injury in the beating of Stow, a 44-year-old father of two. The March 31 attack left Stow, a Northern California paramedic, with serious head trauma and a permanent disability that means he will need care for the rest of his life.
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