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latimes.com — A former Los Angeles police homicide detective was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in a Hawaiian prison for fatally beating his wife with a tire jack, authorities said. Dan DeJarnette, 59, pleaded guilty in March to manslaughter in the case.
ballots.latimes.com — If you take into account Los Angeles' superb produce, its breathtaking diversity and its imagination, it can be one of the most pleasurable places to eat on Earth. The list below is a ranking of the best restaurants. How many have you tried? Where would you like to go?
latimes.com — Wendy Bryon was last seen in Glendora in August 1978, authorities say. (California Department of Justice) A 35-year-old missing persons case in Glendora has been narrowed to a backyard in the 500 block of Essex Street. Authorities are digging there in hopes of finding the remains of Wendy Byron, who disappeared in August 1978.
marketplace.org — Kobe Bryant's legal battle with his mother over the sale of his childhood memorabilia is an extreme example of the pressure some pro athletes feel from their families when they become wealthy.
cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com — Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times Associated Press It measures just one block long, which may be why nobody seems to have noticed. Still, even on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, a street named for a paid Soviet agent might strike some New Yorkers as unorthodox.
theatlanticwire.com — The U.S. Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations had some tough questions for Tim Cook, CEO of computer giant Apple which stands accused of tax avoidance to the tune of billions of dollars. Questions like: "Why the hell do I have to keep updating my apps on my iPhone all the time and why you don't fix that?"
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