CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2012 |
A yearlong probe has failed to determine if Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies moved, without permission from the coroner, the skeletal remains of a woman who went missing after being released from the department's custody. Mitrice Richardson, 24, drew national media attention in 2009 when she disappeared after being released from the sheriff's Lost Hills/Malibu station around midnight, without her car, purse or cellphone. Nearly 11 months after her disappearance, her remains were spotted in a remote Malibu Canyon ravine.
October 11, 2012 |
The Dodgers have granted third base coach Tim Wallach permission to interview for the Boston Red Sox's managerial position. Wallach confirmed he has an interview scheduled, but wouldn't say when it would take place. "It's the Red Sox," Wallach said. "It's one of the top organizations in all of baseball. We all know how last year went. It's not a picture of who they are. They were a top organization for a long, long time. It's certainly something I'm not afraid to be a part of. " A five-time National League All-Star, Wallach has been the Dodgers third base coach for the last two seasons.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1998
Who gave smokers permission to use Mother Earth as their ashtray? MARC JACOBS Burbank
June 10, 1989
Matt Roe, a two-year starting basketball guard for the University of Syracuse, has asked for and received permission from the athletic department to contact other schools about transferring.
May 12, 2013 |
The 131-character dispatch arrived mournfully within two hours of sunrise May 4, at 7:58 a.m. to be exact. "When u give Give GIVE and they take Take TAKE at wat point do u draw a line in the sand?" Kobe Bryant wrote on his Twitter feed, adding the hashtags "hurt beyond measure," "gave me no warning," and finally, "love?" Bryant's career with the Lakers has often been pushed aside by internal family matters, the recent court battle over his memorabilia the latest in a string of cheerless events.
February 13, 2013 |
Consumers are getting their first glimpse at what health insurance will look like in California as the state prepares to implement the federal healthcare law. On Wednesday, state officials will spell out the details on policies available next year to people buying their own coverage. In January 2014, most Americans will be required to have health insurance or face a penalty. Federal law established four broad plans of coverage - Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze - whose benefits vary based on the level of out-of-pocket expenses that consumers are required to pay. A Platinum plan, the most expensive, would require policyholders to pay about 10% of the cost of care, while the Bronze plan, the least expensive, pegs the patient share at 40%. Document: Details of California's healthcare plans Now for the first time, California is laying out the specific co-pays and deductibles that many policyholders will face when going to see a doctor, get a lab test or visit an emergency room.