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  1. Sad lonely Hugh Hefner had very little sex: Boring erotica

    10.07 / 12:20 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    A sad lonely picture of Hugh Hefner bored by rare sex and without intimacy is emerging after his death at 91. Stephen Galloway met Hugh Hefner six years ago at the Playboy Mansion, and wrote about the experience for The Hollywood Reporter. But now that the icon is gone, Galloway apparently spills more beans in…
  2. Mike Pence in Newport Beach for posh GOP fundraiser

    10.07 / 12:20 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Vice President Mike Pence will headline a fundraiser for local congressional representatives on Monday in Newport Beach. The fundraiser, which was initially planned at the Island Hotel, has been moved to the five-star Resort at Pelican Hill, 22701 S. Pelican Hill Road, according to one of the organizers, Shawn Steel, chairman of the California Republican Party. …
  3. Teen helped track brother’s killer, honored by LA County DA for courageous effort

    10.07 / 12:20 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    A 17-year-old South El Monte boy who helped police determine who killed his brother was among three people honored Friday by Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey with Courageous Citizen Awards. Timoteo Salomon Evora Vigil was lauded for providing information to law enforcement after logging on to his brother’s social media account following his…
  4. Jailhouse snitch planted in accused killer’s OC cell?

    10.07 / 12:20 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    A 39-year-old charged with killing his business partner in Orange County seven years ago is concerned that Orange County sheriff’s deputies put a confidential informant in his cell, which could be a violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights, his attorney said Friday. An attorney for Ed Younghoon Shin, who is charged with killing 33-year-old Christopher…
  5. Sheriff’s deputy seriously wounded in Las Vegas massacre gets Aunt Peggy’s help

    10.07 / 12:20 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    More than $10,000 in donations have been pledged as of Friday for a Riverside County sheriff’s deputy seriously wounded in the Las Vegas mass shooting. Deputy Jason McMillan was one of two county sheriff’s deputies injured in the attack Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival. He’s receiving treatment for a gunshot…
  6. Hefner image as horny to the end punctured by reporter

    10.07 / 01:52 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Stephen Galloway met Hugh Hefner six years ago at the Playboy Mansion, and wrote about the experience for The Hollywood Reporter. But now that the icon is gone, Galloway apparently spills more beans in a story titled “The Sad Secrets of His Final Years Revealed.” It isn’t pretty. Contrary to his “Die Hard” image, Hef […]…
  7. Dennis Rodman’s ex-wife guilty of insurance fraud: Sentenced to freeway trash clean-up

    10.07 / 01:33 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The ex-wife of NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman and her husband pleaded guilty Friday to an insurance fraud scheme in Costa Mesa and were sentenced to community service with Caltrans. Michelle Marie Rodman-Demarco, 50, of Costa Mesa, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of assisting others with making a false insurance claim, defense attorney…
  8. New Diocese of Orange bishop survived 18 days at sea as a Vietnamese refugee

    10.07 / 00:54 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The Diocese of Orange will welcome a new bishop, the Vatican announced Friday. Bishop-elect Thanh Thai Nguyen of Florida has been appointed by Pope Francis to serve as an auxiliary bishop for the Diocese of Orange. He joins auxiliary Bishop Timothy Freyer, who was ordained in January. “I am both humbled and honored to accept…
  9. Old bus station to become a modern $39 million library in Riverside

    10.07 / 00:54 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The library destined to replace Riverside’s existing downtown repository will feature modern attractions intended to draw residents from all walks of life — and bear a design that can change over time, city officials said Friday. “Modern day libraries not only spur a love of reading and provide all of our children with access to…
  10. Hollywood sex scandal ousts producer from ‘Outfest’: Harvey Weinstein’s murky future

    10.06 / 23:47 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Harvey Weinstein’s immediate future at the production house he co-founded with his brother appeared to be in limbo Friday, amid reports the company’s board was weighing its response to a New York Times story outlining past sexual harassment claims against the movie mogul. As of Friday afternoon, there had been no official word from The…
  11. Trump targets birth control coverage cuts: Outraged ACLU sues

    10.06 / 23:47 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The American Civil Liberties Union — including its branches in Southern California and San Diego — Friday sued the Trump administration over newly announced limits to the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage rules, a change that could cut free access to birth control for hundreds of thousands of women. The new regulation, issued by the…
  12. Weinstein Company drops out of ‘Outfest’: Harvey’s future in doubt after bombshell NY Times report

    10.06 / 22:55 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Harvey Weinstein’s immediate future at the production house he co-founded with his brother appeared to be in limbo Friday, amid reports the company’s board was weighing its response to a New York Times story outlining past sexual harassment claims against the movie mogul. As of Friday afternoon, there had been no official word from The…
  13. Trump targets birth control coverage cuts: Outraged ACLU sues

    10.06 / 22:55 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The American Civil Liberties Union — including its branches in Southern California and San Diego — Friday sued the Trump administration over newly announced limits to the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage rules, a change that could cut free access to birth control for hundreds of thousands of women. The new regulation, issued by the…
  14. Fight on for Mayor Garcetti: He conducts USC halftime marching band

    10.06 / 22:55 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will “fight on” as a guest conductor of the Trojan Marching Band and 1,400 students from 14 local schools at the upcoming USC football game, the university announced Friday. Garcetti plans to take the field at halftime of USC’s game against Oregon State on Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial…
  15. Throat-slashing didn’t kill her, so he hit her with a Prius: Life, no parole for ‘boyfriend’

    10.06 / 22:55 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    An Indio man who slashed his girlfriend’s throat with a box cutter, then ran the 41-year-old high school teacher over with her Toyota Prius after the initial attack failed to kill her, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Michael John Franco, 46, was convicted of murder in April for…
  16. Mickey Rooney’s ‘frail’ widow sues Hollywood Reporter trade paper: ‘Disgraceful’ story

    10.06 / 22:55 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    The Hollywood Reporter exploited the “vulnerability and frail condition” of Mickey Rooney’s widow when it published a story two years ago about the late star. So says an elder-abuse lawsuit against the magazine and some staffers by the widow, Janice Rooney, 79. Deadline.com revealed the suit in Los Angeles Superior Court against THR, parent company [R…
  17. Blood on the tracks: Pedestrian killed by a freight train in Riverside

    10.06 / 21:22 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a freight train in west Riverside Friday. The victim, whose name was not immediately released, was hit about 12:20 p.m. by a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad train on tracks just south of Indiana Avenue, crossing Madison Street, according to Riverside police. Officer Ryan Railsback said the pedestrian…
  18. Eric Church, fighting tears, sings to brokenhearted wife of Vegas victim

    10.06 / 21:03 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Country rock star Eric Church is known for wearing sunglasses in concert, but lately they also help hide his tears. He performed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival two days before the massacre. On Wednesday night, he dedicated his new song “Why Not Me” to Sonny Melton, who died shielding his wife from the bullets. [&#…
  19. Whose bones are these? FBI, LAPD, Riverside sheriff’s grisly discovery

    10.06 / 21:03 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    Investigators were working Friday to determine if human remains found in Sky Valley, an unincorporated area east of Desert Hot Springs, are those of a 23-year-old woman who went missing in 2009 in the San Fernando Valley. The decomposed remains were found buried near Hot Springs Road, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Rosario…
  20. Santa Clarita girl escapes from suspect offering ‘a ride’ at soccer practice

    10.06 / 19:41 mynewsla.com Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles
    An investigation was underway Friday into a 12-year- old girl’s report that she was grabbed by a man who had offered her a ride while she was running with a soccer team in Santa Clarita. The girl was at soccer practice on Wednesday evening at Bridgeport Park in the 23500 block of Bridgeport Lane when…