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Los Angeles News 01/2012 (Page 2)



LA Teacher Arrested For Lewd Acts With Students
Los Angeles - A Los Angeles teacher is under arrest, facing child molestation charges after the discovery of graphic pictures involving children. Detectives with LA County Sheriff's Special Victims Bureau arrested 61-year-old Mark Berndt, ...

UCLA Football Recruiting Update: Signing Day Eve Edition
by AHMB on Jan 31, 2012 9:02 AM PST in Recruiting One more day until signing day, and the class is beginning to take final form. Coach Mora had a huge weekend, landing 4* QB/WR Devin Fuller from New Jersey on Sunday and convincing mammoth 3* OT Simon ...

LAPD Shuts Down Chatsworth's Last Medical Marijuana Dispensary
It was the last medical marijuana dispensary standing. While a ban of all medical marijuana dispensaries operating in the City of Los Angeles is in the works, the LAPD continues to crack down and wrapped their storefront sweep in Chatsworth Monday ...

Homegrown: Westwood-Century City's Local Etsy Crafters
Etsy is a 24/7 online craft fair, and Los Angeles residents are using it to sell their wares. Meet your local Etsy crafters. By Bill Burman Local shops are sometimes even closer than just down the street. Thanks to a website called Etsy, ...

Pelosi Presents Haim Saban, Hollywood with Democratic Plan to Recapture House ...
Pelosi Presents Haim Saban, Hollywood with Democratic Plan to Recapture House ...

Former LA Times Employee Warns Of Impending Massive Writer Layoff
A freshly fired Los Angeles Times pressman shared some shocking details about the publication's termination policies, recent employee suicides and impending layoff of writers with The Frying Pan editor Steven Mikulan. Ed Padgett, a third-generation LA ...

Feds probe Coliseum's cash payments to union
The US Labor Department opened an investigation of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum officials for making cash payments of nearly $1 million to a union representing stage hands working at raves and other events at the publicly owned venue, it was reported ...

Lakers Ready For Last Home Game Until Valentine's Day
(AP) – The Los Angeles Lakers will play only one game at Staples Center over the next two weeks. A matchup with the NBA's worst team could make that appearance a winning one. After earning a rare road win, the Lakers will try to extend the woeful ...

LA teacher arrested for molest; allegedly put cockroaches on kids' face
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A former Los Angeles elementary school teacher has been arrested for felony molestation of nearly two dozen students, accused of gagging children and putting live cockroaches on some of their faces. Deputies say the crimes were ...

Umami planning 3 OC burger bars
By NANCY LUNA Umami Burger, a gourmet burger restaurant from Los Angeles, is taking over the old Valhalla Table space at The Camp in Costa Mesa. The critically acclaimed burger eatery, which is also planning to open restaurants in Anaheim and Laguna ...

A different kind of hero mission: helping grieving military families
While working at a training base, Laura Herzog started aiding the relatives when a service member was coming home in a coffin. Painful though it was, it became her passion. Mary Hargrove, left, gets support from Laura Herzog, founder of Honoring Our ...

Bruins crowded at QB
By SCOTT M. REID / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES – Commitments to UCLA in recent days by New Jersey's Devin Fuller, rated as the nation's No. 3 quarterback prospect, and Texas' TJ Millweard could make for a crowded and interesting quarterback ...

Proposed Koreatown redistricting debated
The large neighborhood is in four City Council districts. A proposal would divide it between two, but many residents hope it can be combined in a single district. By Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times Alex Cha stood before the Los Angeles City Council ...

LA appoints consumer advocate to review DWP rate hike plans
Frederick Pickel's job was created by voters amid concern over rising utility costs. Council is weighing DWP's latest request. Transmission towers near the Owens Valley town of Lone Pine are shown. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) By Alan ...


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