April 16-27, 2014

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Parents Mourn Son After Lightning Strike

Parents Mourn Son After Lightning Strike

Friends and family gathered Thursday evening to mourn a 20-year-old USC-bound man who died after being struck by lightning in Venice Beach.

South LA Streets Reopen After Search for Officer's Gun

South LA Streets Reopen After Search for Officer's Gun

South Los Angeles streets reopened Thursday evening after a police search for an officer's gun turned up empty, police said.

Ebola Outbreak Unlikely in California: Expert

Ebola Outbreak Unlikely in California: Expert

The Ebola virus has killed more than 700 people in Africa, but one San Diego doctor says an outbreak in California is very unlikely.

Parents Grieve Slain USC Grad Student

Parents Grieve Slain USC Grad Student

The parents of the 24-year-old USC graduate student who was beaten to death on July 24 mourned the loss of their son Thursday outside the Chung Wah funeral home in Alhambra.

Age Difficult to Hide in LA Water Supply System

Age Difficult to Hide in LA Water Supply System

Many methods to conceal age have been tried in Los Angeles. But when it comes to the city's water line system, the effects of aging are more difficult to hide.

Hundreds of Cars Still Trapped in UCLA Parking Structures

Hundreds of Cars Still Trapped in UCLA Parking Structures

Two UCLA parking structures -- Lots 4 and 7 -- represent huge sections of the campus. Hundreds of its students and staff had to find different ways to get to campus Thursday evening.