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California pilot who used fake names must repay TV

A former California news helicopter pilot has been ordered to pay $42,000 in restitution to three former employers, after he was convicted of flying under false pretenses.

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Neutrogena settles hazardous-waste violations
Neutrogena will pay more than $400,000 to settle a civil action filed after state inspectors found several hazardous-waste violations at the cosmetic company's Los Angeles manufacturing facility.
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James Holmes' parents plead against death penalty
The parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty.
Man shocked 20 times during jail booking sues
A Sonoma County man who had criminal charges dismissed after video emerged showing correctional deputies beating him and shocking him with a stun gun more than 20 times has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Notorious California graffiti suspect arrested
A notorious graffiti suspect whose tags have defaced freeways, buildings and fences from Bakersfield all the way up to Seattle has been arrested in Sonoma County.
LA reviewing $4 billion people-mover for airport
A city commission is exploring a $4 billion plan to build a people-mover that would connect Los Angeles International Airport to the commuter rail system.
3 women arrested for alleged puppy holdup
Southern California authorities have arrested three women they say kidnapped a 14-year-old girl who tried to sell them a puppy through Craigslist.
Dog saves man from Sacramento home fire
Authorities are crediting a chocolate Labrador with saving the life of a Sacramento man after it alerted him to a fire inside a home that appeared not to have a smoke detector.
Closed frat says 1 member waved sex toy at march
A Delta Sigma Phi fraternity official says only one member of its San Diego State University chapter waved a sex toy at a sexual assault awareness march last month.
Animal rights activists take California rodeo to court
Animal rights activists are taking a historic California rodeo to court, saying organizers should have reported dozens of cattle injured in roping contests.
State lawmaker pleads no contest after DUI arrest
A Democratic state senator charged with drunken driving after a party at the state Capitol has pleaded no contest to a lesser offense.

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