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Whicker: Canelo’s corner men – Chepo and Eddy Reynoso – are finally getting their due

LAS VEGAS — Floyd Mayweather considered Saul “Canelo” Alvarez to be low-hanging, and unripened, fruit. He made a deal with the 23-year-old Mexican and fought him in 2013. The pay-per-view numbers were good but the fight wasn’t. Mayweather won by majority decision, with judge C.J. Ross mysteriously calling it a draw. It was decisive enough for Mayweather to move on, to put Canelo in his rear-view. He had no interest in giving the kid a chance to catch up. “Floyd was a great champion,” said Robert...
Tags: Mexico, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Manny Pacquiao, Ufc, Las Vegas, Amir Khan, Floyd Mayweather, Gennady Golovkin, WBC, Floyd, Jacobs, Diaz, Saul

Symposium: Clarity of the record should bring clarity of purpose

Justin Levitt is a professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; he runs the website “All About Redistricting.” Partisan gerrymandering is back. There are two cases before the Supreme Court this term: a Democratic gerrymander in Maryland and a Republican gerrymander in North Carolina. The cases are different – and though neither is perfect, the basic problem of partisan political entrenchment is unlikely to be presented more cleanly. The evidentiary record in each case is firmly turned up to 11. ...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, City, North Carolina, Kennedy, Cox, Gill, Riviera Beach, Anthony Kennedy, Thurgood Marshall, Tarheel, Justin Levitt, Larios

How transgender inmates are treated has become a problem for police, so here’s what’s being done about it

Complaints from two transgender women who were housed on the male floor of the Long Beach City Jail have spurred local police to establish a new policy on the proper treatment of transgender people who’ve been taken into custody or who are encountered by officers in the field. The new policy marks the latest move among law enforcement agencies in Southern California and elsewhere to develop guidelines to protect the rights and safety of the often-vulnerable transgender population in the criminal...
Tags: News, California, Police, Sport, Transgender, Soccer, Aclu, Long Beach, Orange County, Northwest, Southern California, U S District Court, Los Angeles County, South Bay, Dalton, San Bernardino County

Body of missing Vista man found in canyon

CARLSBAD, Calif. (KGTV) — The body of a grandfather who wandered away from a Vista home over the weekend has been found in a North County canyon.A spokesperson for the family of Francisco Larios told 10News Larios' body was found on the Carlsbad/Oceanside border in the Calaveras Hills area Thursday night.The family got the call at 4 a.m. Friday and they are currently making funeral arrangements, they tell 10News.Larios, 83, was reported missing Sunday after he wandered away from his daughter...
Tags: News, Vista, North County, Carlsbad Calif, Larios, Francisco Larios, Carlsbad Oceanside, Calaveras Hills, San Diego Medical Examiner s Office

Vista man missing after wandering away from home

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego County sheriff’s officials are asking for the public’s help in locating an elderly Vista man who wandered away from his home over the weekend and has not been seen since. Sheriff’s officials said 83-year-old Francisco Larios walked away from his home at 191 Lado De Loma at about 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 22. According to officials, family members thought he was asleep when they realized he was missing that morning. He did not have a cell phone, money or wallet with h...
Tags: News, Vista, Larios, SAN DIEGO KGTV San Diego County, Francisco Larios, Lado De Loma, Escondido Family

Authorities searching for missing Vista man

VISTA, Calif. (KGTV) -- The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is searching for an 83-year-old Vista man last seen Sunday morning.According to deputies, Francisco Larios wandered off on foot from his home on the 100 block of Lado De Loma Drive in Vista around 6:30 a.m.Larios is known to stay with different family members who live in Escondido. Larios left without a cell phone, money or a wallet.Deputies say Larios can’t speak at all after a recent stroke and only understands Spanish. He is de...
Tags: News, Vista, San Diego County Sheriff s Department, Larios, VISTA Calif, Francisco Larios, Lado De Loma Drive, Escondido Larios

Kennedy softball cruises to victory over San Fernando

GRANADA HILLS >> The squeeze was on, and Kennedy catcher Tiare LaPorte sensed it immediately. With San Fernando runner Victoria Barragan barreling home, LaPorte corralled Monica Serrano’s bunt and leveled Barragan like a middle linebacker to prevent the first run of the game from scoring. Who said softball was not a full-contact sport? “I knew I couldn’t let anyone score, and I knew I had to protect the plate,” the Hawaii-bound LaPorte said. “I saw the runner coming in and went to tag her out, b...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Hawaii, Aliyah, Kennedy, High School Sports, Seattle University, Cougars, Morales, San Fernando, Laporte, San Fernando Valley, Rincon, Alemany, Larios

One La Cañada High student overdoses, 2nd student arrested

Deputies arrested a La Cañada High School student for allegedly selling drugs to another student who overdosed on campus Wednesday. Los Angeles County firefighters were dispatched to the high school at 4463 Oak Grove Drive in La Cañada shortly after 11:30 a.m. for a possible overdose. Sgt. Jose Larios of the  sheriff’s Crescenta Valley Station said firefighters took the boy to a hospital and also notified the station. Deputies learned another student sold the boy pills. Larios believes the pills...
Tags: Crime, News, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Los Angeles County, San Gabriel Valley, Larios, La Canada High, Drug-related Crime, Top Stories PSN, Crescenta Valley Station, Oak Grove Drive, Jose Larios, Dax Allen Shmidt, Shmidt

Want to be No. 1 in a Thanksgiving doorbusters line? Here’s how it’s done

Black Friday began for Boris Larios at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 22. That’s when Larios and a couple of his cousins became first in line at the Best Buy store at Metro Pointe in Costa Mesa. Being No. 1 had a price: They were looking at a 28-hour wait. The store wouldn’t open until 5 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. This was Larios’ sixth year lining up for doorbuster deals. And the first time he nailed the No. 1 spot. So, in other words, no sweat. “It’s like you’re camping,” Larios said, as cars wooshed r...
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Symposium: Intent is enough

Justin Levitt is a professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; he runs the website “All About Redistricting.” When the Supreme Court last addressed partisan gerrymandering in detail, all nine justices agreed that “an excessive injection of politics” into the redistricting process violates the Constitution. The court splintered, however, on two pivotal issues: how to know when an injection of politics is excessive, and who should decide. Four justices proposed various tests; four others wanted f...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Nasa, Wisconsin, Kennedy, Cox, Heffernan, Gill, Anthony Kennedy, Justin Levitt, Merits Cases, Larios, Batson, Loyola Law School Los Angeles

Plans for the Night in Malaga.

Malaga, city of painters, actors and artists. City of good people, great culinary traditions, and lots of partying. What’s the price tag on a brilliant night out in Malaga? It depends on how much you are willing to spend. There are options for all wallet sizes. So learn more about some of Malaga’s night hangouts with a markedly Andalusian flavor in the paragraphs below. La entrada Plans for the Night in Malaga. aparece primero en Blog Only-apartments.
Tags: Travel, Málaga, Tapas, Travels, Alcazaba, Ristorante, Festa, Only-Be, Besuch, Larios, Noche, Malaghese, Vita notturna a Malaga, Murallas, Programmi, Verres

San Rafael police arrest Novato men in alleged burglary at PG&E station

Two Novato men were arrested Wednesday after an alleged break-in attempt at a power station in San Rafael. Paul Alexander Benetti Larios, 23, and Brandon Michael MacPherson, 20, were booked into Marin County Jail on suspicion of burglary and possession of burglary tools. Larios was also booked on suspicion of possession of stolen property, drug possession and violating his probation. San Rafael police and arrested one suspect within minutes. Police suspect the men were trying to steal copper fro...
Tags: San Rafael, Novato, Marin County Jail, Paul Alexander Benetti Larios, Brandon Michael MacPherson, Larios