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L.A. NOWUCLA campus police have released a sketch of a man they say was involved in an anti-gay hate crime against a student. A male student was walking south in the 400 block of Gayley Avenue, near Veteran Avenue, about 1:30......
L.A. NOWThe state's highest court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Tuesday in a case that will decide if cities and counties can ban cannabis dispensaries. The Times will add the live stream from the hearing in San Francisco as soon......
Special to the TribuneCaught in a twilight realm among historical drama, melodrama and magic realism, playwright Reginald Edmund's “Southbridge” doesn't quite provide a structure sturdy enough to hold all its narrative weightiness. But the world-premiere staging by...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Murder
The winning design for a public memorial in Pasadena commemorating the Armenian genocide was announced Tuesday. The design by Catherine Menard – a student at the Art Center College of Design, which submitted the concept to the Pasadena Armenian...
NEW DELHI -- Thousands of people lined the streets of Cambodia's capital Friday for the funeral of King Norodom Sihanouk, a controversial monarch who helped build the young nation after French rule before cozying up to the homicidal Khmer Rouge regime....
Tags: Genocide, Ceremonies, Arts and Culture, Entertainment, Diabetes
The U.S. attorney's office is considering whether to pursue federal civil rights charges against reputed members of a Compton gang arrested for alleged hate crimes against a black family. Los Angeles County sheriff's anti-gang investigators say they...
L.A. NOWPolice are treating two separate incidents of church vandalism and small fires being set in Arcadia as potential religious hate crimes. Arcadia detectives said the first attack occurred either late Jan. 19 or early Jan. 20 at the Church of......
For RedEyeUniversity of Illinois-Chicago assistant professor Roger Reeves may have just won one of the biggest awards an American writer could hope to receive--a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts--but when he was younger, he didn't know he...
L.A. NOWThe winning design for a public memorial in Pasadena commemorating the Armenian genocide was announced Tuesday. The design by Catherine Menard – a student at the Art Center College of Design, which submitted the concept to the Pasadena Armenian...
Tribune reporterThree St. Charles residents have been charged with a hate crime in connection with a violent attack on a group of people while taunting two men in the group for being gay. Stephan C. Bolt, 31, of the 4N800 block of East Mary Lane; Christopher M. Miner,...
Tags: Prosecution, Witnesses, Assault
L.A. NOWUCLA police search for suspects in alleged hate crime...
It was a reign of terror that reeked of rednecks and white hoods. Tires were slashed, rocks hurled through windows and acid pellets fired at the car of a black family, who finally fled their neighborhood in November after months of attacks and racial...
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