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Los Angeles News 02/2012 (Page 11)



Fighter Jets Intercept Drug Plane in Obama's No-Fly Zone
LONG BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- Fighter jets intercepted a plane that strayed into President Obama's airspace over Los Angeles, leading to a marijuana bust. The single-engine aircraft violated the temporary flight restriction around LAX as Obama was ...

Radio Hosts Suspended After Calling Whitney Houston 'Crack Ho', 'Bag Lady'
LOS ANGELES (CBS) – Two of the Southland's most outspoken radio personalities will go silent all next week after making controversial remarks about the passing of Whitney Houston. KFI AM 640 suspended John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou, the hosts of the ...

LA Says $1.5 Billion Too Much For Dust Control
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - The City of Los Angeles claims that a demand for dust abatement at Owens Lake could cost California's taxpayers $1.5 billion. The city wants to test the validity of Great Basins Unified Air Pollution Control ...

NBA Analyst Picks 2/17/2012
By Bart Lopez Tonight will be Kobe time. To check out the Lakers' forecasts this year, sign up for an ALL-ACCESS membership. In addition to NBA forecasts, picks, and information on every NBA game, you will also get game previews and analysis for every ...

ICE Agent Killed After Shooting Another High-Ranking ICE Official
An agent for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) shot and injured a fellow ICE official last night at a federal building in Long Beach last night. Another agent stepped in and fatally shot the gunman. The agent who was initially targeted ...

The Weekend's Stage Listings; Theater Awards updates
By Steven Leigh Morris Fri., Feb. 17 2012 at 11:44 AM Thanks for the comments on prior blog. Two actors are now sharing one nomination (Leading Male Performance, Camino Real, Theater @ Boston Court/CalArts School of Theater) in the 33rd annual LA ...

Spider-Man Leaves His Mark on Los Angeles - How We Pulled It Off
by Alex Billington We've left our mark in the name of Spider-Man. Permanently this time! Last night I was called on the phone I picked up in the Mark of the Spider-Man viral to meet up in downtown Los Angeles to participate in an incognito event around ...

Lakers vs Suns Pre-Game Report: Two-Game Series Begins at Staples Center
The Lakers kick off a home-and-home series against the Phoenix Suns tonight at Staples Center coming off of victories in their last two games, and in three-of-four. These next two games will serve as warm-up games as the team prepares for a difficult ...

LAUSD Broke the Law During Investigation of Miramonte Teacher Who Allegedly ...
LAUSD Broke the Law During Investigation of Miramonte Teacher Who Allegedly ...

Clothes Make the Mannequin at FIDM Exhibition
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Chunky jewelry knockoffs and the latest clothing trends are found in excess in Downtown Los Angeles' Fashion District. Something more unique is on display a few blocks away at South Park's Fashion Institute of Design ...

Land speculators see silver lining in solar projects
Remote, inhospitable desert land gains new value as developers seek sites for renewable energy. Industry observers caution that not every owner is going to make a fortune. Realty agent Larry Cullinane stands at abandoned truck scales and looks at 400 ...

Philip K. Dick Estate Drops 'Adjustment Bureau' Copyright Lawsuit (Exclusive)
The estate of author Philip K. Dick has agreed to dismiss its high-profile lawsuit against The Adjustment Bureau producer Media Rights Capital and filmmaker George Nolfi after a judge threw out key parts of the case. The dismissal papers were filed ...

In Inglewood, a sparkling new campus and looming bankruptcy
The Inglewood school district, beset by declining enrollment and state funding cuts, is a study in contrasts: It recently opened a state-of-the-art campus but is months from bankruptcy. From left, Inglewood school board President Johnny Young, ...

Bios: The victim and the shooter in the Long Beach ICE rampage
SHOOTING VICTIM: Deputy Special Agent in Charge Kevin Kozak, 51, has more than 30 years on the job. He is one of two deputies in the Long Beach Office who report directly to ICE's Los Angeles office and has been assigned to the Long Beach Office since ...

Advocates fear disruption from Cedars psychiatric closures
The hospital's inpatient program closure in March and its outpatient clinic in July will disrupt patient care and could swell the ranks of the homeless or imprisoned, mental health experts say. Mental health advocates participate in a candlelight vigil ...

10 counties expand medical coverage for low-income residents
Los Angeles County adds about 114000 people to its Healthy Way program. The state hopes to enroll as many as possible before the federal government takes over the program in 2014. By Anna Gorman, Los Angeles Times Nearly two years before the federal ...

Allegations from pupils lead to teacher's removal from Mount Gleason Middle School
By Barbara Jones and Melissa Pamer, Staff Writers For information about child protection or to report suspected abuse, go to schoolsafety.lausd.net. A teacher was removed from Mount Gleason Middle School in Sunland this week after three students ...

After a meeting at work, ICE agent never came home
Ezequiel Garcia, a longtime immigration agent, had told his wife of problems at work. But when she called him at the office, everything seemed normal. An exchange with a supervisor grew heated, however, and he did the unthinkable: He turned his weapon ...

Baca admits breaking state law with endorsement
The Los Angeles County sheriff wore his uniform during an online campaign ad for City Atty. Carmen Trutanich, a violation of California law. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca admitted that he broke state law by making a political endorsement while in ...

Flood of civil cases hampers Miramonte investigation
Detectives pursue inquiry into teacher Mark Berndt against a rising number of alleged victims, far beyond the 23 cited in criminal charges, making witnesses' credibility an issue. A teacher newly assigned to Miramonte Elementary leads her students out ...

Allegations from pupils lead to teacher's removal from Mount Gleason...
Allegations from pupils lead to teacher's removal from Mount Gleason...

Send2Press Newswire Story Idea Starters for Journalists and Bloggers, for the ...
Send2Press Newswire Story Idea Starters for Journalists and Bloggers, for the ...

Night School 60: Time And Money
HOLLYWOOD—The recognition that his automobile had collided against a bicycle and its rider put Jason under the sort of extreme stress to turn carbon into diamond or make the weasel go pop. Uninjured as he was, and honest, too, Jason had an honest urge ...

Spurs Beat Clippers 103-100 In OT On Neal's Key 3s
Blake Griffin #32 of the Los Angeles Clippers reacts during a game against the San Antonio Spurs at the Staple Center on February 18, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mel Blackmon/CBS) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gary Neal hit go-ahead 3-pointers in ...

Lakers Rumors: What Will Help the Los Angeles Lakers Contend for a Championship?
The Los Angeles Lakers currently sit at fifth in the Western Conference and two games back of the suddenly relevant squad who also occupies the Staples Center, the Los Angeles Clippers. While they have won seven of their past 10 games, ...

LAUSD superintendent addresses Miramonte crisis in video
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy has sent a video message to district employees as they prepare for new training on recognizing child abuse. The recent crisis and arrests of two teachers at Miramonte ...

UCLA Downs Maryland, 6-5, For First Win Of Season
by Ryan Rosenblatt on Feb 18, 2012 5:41 PM PST in Baseball Saturday's game at Jackie Robinson was another one-run contest, but it was almost the exact opposite kind of game for UCLA. The starting pitching was sterling on Friday, but it wasn't so great ...

Activists oppose Brown's attempt to repeal longer holding periods for shelter ...
Activists oppose Brown's attempt to repeal longer holding periods for shelter ...

A push to train more primary-care doctors
The pay is relatively low, the hours are long, the need is great and, students are finding, the rewards can be immense. USC medical student Hannah Segal checks the blood pressure of patient George Israel at the Center for Community Health Clinic in ...

Restoring a sanctuary in Griffith Park
The once-exotic Fern Dell has deteriorated into a tangled, neglected patch of LA's large urban park. Now a nonprofit group has pledged to restore its past glory. By Louis Sahagun, Los Angeles Times Los Angeles city dwellers once enjoyed a sanctuary of ...


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