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April 27, 2014 | By Emily Alpert Reyes
Law enforcement officials say a man who was shot and killed Sunday afternoon by Long Beach police pulled out a pair of scissors during a clash at a Target store in Compton before leading Sheriff's deputies on a chase into Long Beach, where he got out of his vehicle with a large wooden stick in hand. Security officers first tried to detain the man at the Target on South Alameda Street for “a crime allegedly committed at the store,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said late Sunday.
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SPORTS
October 6, 2012 | By Eric Sondheimer
It's going to take a lucrative payment to nominate Obviously for the $2 million Breeders' Cup Mile next month at Santa Anita, but trainer Mike Mitchell and co-owners Anthony Fanticola and Joe Scardino are convinced the 4-year-old gelding has earned a shot based on his freakish-like performances in his last two races. Last month, Obviously set a course record for a mile on the turf at Del Mar in 1:32.10. On Saturday at Santa Anita, Obviously won the $150,000 Arroyo Seco Mile by a half-length over Trailblazer in 1:31.95, just six-hundreths of a second off the course record of 1:31.89.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2014 | By Ralph K.M. Haurwitz
In the annals of Texas journalism, Robert Heard stands out for many things: a biting wit, a prolific career, a lawyer's understanding of lawmaking, a determination to get the story even at considerable personal risk. It was the last trait that catapulted him from news reporter to news figure on Aug. 1, 1966, when he was shot in the shoulder during Charles Whitman's bloody rampage from the top of the University of Texas Tower in Austin. Heard, a 36-year-old Associated Press reporter, had followed two highway patrol officers on a wild sprint across a parking lot, but he forgot his Marine's training to zigzag.
SPORTS
November 21, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 It was three years ago, in the 2010 Pac-5 Division semifinals, that Alemany gave unbeaten Servite perhaps its toughest game of the season. Servite prevailed, 28-21 , despite 153 yards rushing and 273 passing by Alemany quarterback Vernon Adams. Now the two teams are set to meet again in Friday's Pac-5 Division quarterfinals at Cerritos College. Both teams have quarterbacks capable of doing just what Adams did _ run and pass. Alemany has Alif Grayes. Servite has Travis Waller, who Alemany Coach Dean Herrington said, "He's RG3," referring to Robert Griffin III. The key to the game will be Alemany's defense.
SPORTS
March 25, 2013 | By Mike Bresnahan
SAN FRANCISCO -- The doors to the Lakers' shoot-around opened, and there was Dwight Howard working on a series of mid-range jumpers. From 14 feet. Sometimes 16. A few from 18 feet. "He can make those," Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni said Monday morning, sounding hopeful. Improving his outside touch can only help Howard offensively. He has been a diminishing star late in games. He had no fourth-quarter shots in the Lakers' loss Friday to Washington and also none a week ago in their loss to Phoenix.
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August 21, 2009
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 2014 | By Jason Song
A man was found shot in his truck Saturday night at Los Angeles Valley College, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department said. The unidentified man was discovered in a parking lot near Fulton Avenue and Burbank Boulevard in Valley Glen shortly after 7:30 p.m. He was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in critical condition. It was unclear if the man was shot in the parking lot or arrived there after being wounded, authorities said. ALSO: Second accuser in YouTube teacher abuse case talks to police Justin Bieber DUI arrest in Florida latest legal woe for pop star Woman charged in nightclub beating is 'devastated,' attorney says Twitter: latjasonsong jason.song@latimes.com
SPORTS
March 8, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Just when it appeared Mike Brown finally gave his players enough freedom on offense, Kobe Bryant took advantage of the autonomy. It worked at first. Only days removed from suffering a concussion, broken nose and whiplash in his neck, Bryant still managed to average 34 points in his first three games wearing a plastic mask. It looked heroic that Bryant remained prolific despite the pain. Most importantly, it remained justifiable considering Bryant did so on a 38-of-70 clip, while his teammates fed off his energy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 2013 | By Fox 40 and a Times staff writer
A cat in Northern California was left paralyzed after someone shot it with a pellet gun. The incident occurred earlier this month in the town of Woodland, according to Yolo County Animal Services. A resident told authorities one of the resident's cats had been shot. Annie, an orange tabby, was found on the front porch. She couldn't use her back legs, and a small bloody wound was found on her shoulder, according to Fox 40. She was taken to the UC Davis Small Animal Clinic, where a pellet-sized bullet was found lodged next to the cat's spine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 2014 | By Robert J. Lopez
Police said officers shot and wounded a man who charged at them with a 24-inch sword in South Los Angeles. The confrontation took place around 4:30 p.m. Thursday after the officers responded to a radio call regarding an assault with a deadly weapon in the 6600 block of South Main Street , the Los Angeles Police Department said. The officer fired a Taser at the suspect, but that failed to stop him, an LAPD spokeswoman said.  At least one officer opened fire. The suspect was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
SPORTS
April 24, 2014 | By Ben Bolch
OAKLAND - Golden State's shots kept bouncing off the rim. Some nicked the front, others clanged off the side and still others caromed high off the back. It only seemed as though DeAndre Jordan was there to grab every rebound. The Clippers center repeatedly extended his massive hands to seize the ball, doing it for the final time with 1.2 seconds left Thursday night at Oracle Arena when he grasped Stephen Curry's airballed three-pointer, flung a pass to teammate Chris Paul and raised his arm in triumph.
NATIONAL
April 23, 2014 | By Paresh Dave
The latest Albuquerque police officer to fatally shoot a suspect was caught in a lie three years ago during the case of another officer implicated in a deadly shooting, according to an attorney and sworn testimony. In 2011, Officer Jeremy Dear told a police investigator that he saw the suspect, Alan Gomez, holding a cigarette and standing in front of his house talking with police, according to federal court records. Gomez was a suspect in a hostage situation and was considered armed.
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April 23, 2014 | By Bill Shaikin
The number that matters most is not 500. The number that matters most is 0. That is the number of major league players that have hit more home runs this season than Albert Pujols. He got a mighty sweet serenade in the visiting clubhouse in Washington on Tuesday night after he hit his 500th home run. But the Angels are not paying him a quarter-billion dollars for reminders of how great he was when he played for the St. Louis Cardinals. INTERACTIVE: Compare salaries on Angels, Nationals If that really is the classic Pujols back at-bat, that would be a big swing toward an October different from the last two, when he and the Angels stayed home and the Pujols-less Cardinals advanced deep into the playoffs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 22, 2014 | By Robert J. Lopez
A 52-year-old man was found dead from a single gunshot wound along the 110 Freeway in Highland Park, police said Tuesday night. The offramp near Avenue 60 was shut down while police investigators gathered evidence, the California Highway Patrol said. The ramp was expected to be closed until about 10 p.m.  Northbound traffic was snarled in the area. Witnesses in the area told officers that they heard four or five gunshots about 5 p.m. near Avenue 60 and the freeway, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 2014 | By Robert J. Lopez
A man allegedly armed with a gun was shot in a confrontation with officers in downtown Los Angeles, police said Monday evening. No officers were injured in the shooting in the 600 block of South Grand Avenue, the Los Angeles Police Department said. There were no immediate details on the condition of the man who was shot. Around 4:30 p.m.,  officers responded to a radio call regarding an assault with a deadly weapon, Officer Sara Faden said.  "The officers encountered a suspect with a gun," she said.  Investigators were at the scene gathering evidence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 2012 | By Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
A man on a bicycle was shot dead and another man was wounded in Koreatown on Saturday afternoon, police said. A bicyclist was struck by a white SUV near the intersection of New Hampshire Avenue and San Marino Street around 1:20 p.m., according to Los Angeles Police Officer Karen Rayner. A man then stepped out of the car and fatally shot at the bicyclist as he lay on the ground, Rayner said. A second man was shot running away from the scene, receiving non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
SPORTS
June 6, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
For those marveling at the toughness and grit of Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson in Game 3 -- more about that later -- there was another incredible display of perseverance in the Bruins-Penguins series. Bruins forward Gregory Campbell was injured during a penalty kill during the second period of Game 3 on Wednesday night, taking one in the leg via an Evgeni Malkin slap shot. Campbell stayed out for about another minute, helping kill the penalty. The news emerged later that Campbell had broken his right leg and will miss the rest of the playoffs, according to media reports.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 2014 | By Robert J. Lopez
A man was in critical but stable condition after he was shot in a confrontation with officers in a downtown Los Angeles parking garage, police said Monday night. No officers were injured in the shooting at the building in the 600 block of South Grand Avenue, the Los Angeles Police Department said. Officer Sara Faden said earlier Monday that initial reports from the scene stated that the man was armed with a gun. On Monday night, she said it was unclear whether the suspect had a weapon.
NATIONAL
April 21, 2014 | By Michael Muskal, This post has been updated. See details below.
The defendant in a long-running gang case in Salt Lake City was shot by U.S. marshals when he attempted to attack a witness testifying at his trial, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office said on Monday. Melodie Rydalch, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, told the Los Angeles Times that the shooting was related to the trial of Siale Angilau, an alleged member of the Tongan Crips. She described the case as “a long-running RICO” case involving the group. [Updated April 21, 1:58 p.m. PDT: The Associated Press, quoting the FBI, said that Angilau died Monday at a hospital.
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