Shelly Sterling Takes on V. Stiviano

Donald Sterling's former courtside companion may end up paying more than $70,000 in legal fees related to her failed defamation lawsuit against Shelly Sterling, the Sterling family trust and a former Clippers team entity. Read More

UC Board Approves Tuition Hikes

The University of California Board of Regents approved tuition hikes today that will increase students' costs by as much as 5 percent a year over the next five years at UCLA and other campuses across the state. Read More

Hollywood Film Awards Tonight

The Hollywood Film Awards will be presented tonight, beginning the movie industry's ever-expanding awards season, and while this will be the 18th year the honors have been doled out, it will be the first time the ceremony is televised. Read More

Kibbutz Dance Company at the Wallis Nov. 19-21

KCDCs If At All  Photo #59D Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents Israel’s Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (Rami Be’er, Artistic Director) for three performances only, November 19 through 21, 2014 in the Bram Goldsmith Theater. Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (KCDC) is widely identified with the work of Artistic Director Rami Be’er, whose singular choreographic character has become the company’s […] Read More

Measure P Falling Short

Los Angeles County's Measure P -- which would levy a $23 annual parcel tax to fund parks and open space development -- was falling short tonight of the two-thirds majority of votes needed for passage. Read More

Red Flag for the Southland

A red flag warning indicating a high risk of wildfire due to high winds and low humidity was in force today in mountain, valley and forest areas of Southern California. Read More

Former Attorney in Jackson Cases Passes Away at 73

Tom Sneddon, a retired Santa Barbara County district attorney whose best-known prosecution ended in the acquittal of pop star Michael Jackson on child molestation charges, died in a Santa Barbara hospital over the weekend. He was 73. Read More