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Los Angeles News 02/2012 (Page 12)



Bledsoe's hustle keys Clippers' run
By DAN WOIKE / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES – The Clippers, like they have a number of times this season, dug themselves into a hole. Trailing the San Antonio Spurs by 15 points in the third quarter Saturday at Staples Center, the Clippers ...

First-year UCLA coach Close leans on Wooden's teachings during trying season
By Brian Martin, Staff Writer It might not sound like it was a good decision, but for Cori Close, it was the only decision. Just two days before the big cross-town rivalry game, amid a season that has seen more valleys than peaks and the locker room ...

Friendly Fire: Villaraigosa's rising star
By Jonathan Dobrer, Earl Ofari Hutchinson and Gail-Tzipporah Saunders Each week, the Friendly Fire bloggers take on the hot topics at www.insidesocal.com/friendlyfire. Below are excerpts from the conversation last week. By Jonathan Dobrer LOS Angeles ...

Sound Mixers Laud 'Hugo' at the Cinema Audio Society Awards
The sounding mixing team behind Martin Scorsese's Hugo took top honores at the 48th annual Cinema Audio Society Awards, which took place Saturday night at the Millenium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. The award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound ...

Los Angeles Lakers Rumors: Trading Pau Gasol Would Be a Brutal Mistake
When the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Pau Gasol four years ago during the trade deadline, he was apparently supposed to come to Southern California and be a mainstay for years to come. However, Pau's name has been involved in trade rumors ever since the ...

UCLA Basketball: Ugly (Howland) Numbers, Uglier (Guerrero) Spin
by Nestor on Feb 19, 2012 6:22 AM PST in Basketball There is not any point in going over the micro-details of the latest UCLA basketball debacle on the road. I did not get to watch the game live. However, reading the comment threads, news stories, ...

Former SAG President Alan Rosenberg Denounces Current Leadership as “Liars”
His comments to a SAG member and a reporter come as about 30 people picket against SAG/AFTRA merger. It was a blast from the past Thursday – a fiery one – when former SAG president Alan Rosenberg stopped by an anti-merger protest in front of SAG and ...

ICE agents struggled over gun
After a deadly case of workplace violence in Long Beach Thursday, the federal law enforcement community began to try and come to grips with the tragedy. A federal agent accused of shooting a supervisor engaged in a serious struggle for his gun with ...

Lakers Vs. Suns: LA Finishes Home And Home Series In Phoenix
Kobe Bryant has averaged 42.0 points per game in two games against the Suns this season. Do you want major updates to this story in your Facebook News Feed? The Los Angeles Lakers should be plenty familiar with their Sunday opponent, having faced them ...

Santa Clarita officials want to keep sheriff's station within city limits
SANTA CLARITA - City officials in Santa Clarita are worried that there may be plans to move their sheriff's station outside of town, as Los Angeles County enters into talks to build a new courthouse and sheriff's station near the Magic Mountain ...

Driver, 21, killed after crashing into light pole in East LA
A 21-year-old driver died after crashing into a concrete light pole in East Los Angeles early Sunday, authorities said. The light pole fell, crushing the driver. Louis Garcia of Los Angeles was driving south on Eastern Avenue about 12:30 am at a high ...

Elyse Knox, A Movie Starlet in the 1940s, Dies at 94
The mother of "NCIS" star Tom Harmon played opposite Lon Chaney Jr., Roy Rogers and Abbott & Costello. Elyse Knox, who was kidnapped and carried off by Lon Chaney Jr. in the 1942 classic horror film The Mummy's Tomb, died Thursday at her home in Los ...

Pot found in Skippy peanut butter jar at Oakland airport
A man tried to smuggle pot in a jar of Skippy peanut butter through security at Oakland International Airport last week, authorities said. The man, 47, admitted that the pot was his, and that he was trying to hide it because he didn't have a medical ...

Norco's can-do proposal: turning horse manure into energy
The Riverside County city, known as 'Horsetown USA,' has more miles of riding trails than paved roads. It's considering a proposal to cash in on all of that equine waste by building a manure-to-energy conversion plant. For Vernon Shoemaker, 59, ...

Defense job loss looms in state
WASHINGTON DC - Tens of thousands of California jobs are at stake as the Pentagon rolls out plans to reduce its budget for the first time since the 1990s. Though California is far less dependent on defense dollars than it was two decades ago when ...

Glendale-Burbank to get additional wells to monitor chromium 6
US EPA will install 30 wells to get a more complete picture of the toxic element's contamination of groundwater. By Brittany Levine, Los Angeles Times The US Environmental Protection Agency plans to install 30 wells in the Glendale-Burbank area in ...

'Parent trigger' campaign divides families at troubled Adelanto elementary school
Some angry parents want to remove their names from petitions seeking charter status before the school board votes. David Mobley, principal of Desert Trails Elementary School, receives signed petitions from parents. He said the conflict among parents ...

Gun owners hope to win the right to carry concealed weapons
By Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times Chuck Michel's strategy for crime-fighting rests on the element of surprise: Keep the bad guys guessing who's armed and who's not. "If 5% of the ducks could shoot back, you're not going to go duck hunting," said ...

Local cities join fight against LA over Ontario airport
By Steve Scauzillo, Staff Writer In this 2011 file photo, A traveler checks in at the ticket counter at LA/Ontario International Airport in Ontario December 30, 2011. (Staff Photo by Thomas R. Cordova) Ontario officials produced 600 flash drives ...

2 South Pasadena massage parlors face prostitution allegations
The South Pasadena City Council considers revoking Massage Villa's and King Spa Massage's business licenses after their owners and some employees were arrested. By Adolfo Flores, Los Angeles Times Two massage parlors may lose their licenses after ...

Patt Diroll: Music honors, fashion showcase
By Patt Diroll (LR) LACO Concertmaster Margaret Batjer, Martha Kahane, LACO Music Director/Gala Honoree Jeffrey Kahane and LACO Executive Director Rachel Fine (Eagle Rock). (Lee Salem Photography Inc) To mark the 15th anniversary of Jeffrey Kahane's ...

'CARPing' program saves county millions
By Jim Holt Signal Senior Staff Writer Local sheriff's deputies responding to incidents in and around Santa Clarita Valley Sunday heard a familiar voice in their cruisers. It was that of their former Capt. Anthony LaBerge, of the Santa Clarita Valley ...

Arts & Entertainment Corporate Cleopatra, Theater With a Spinning Platform and ...
Arts & Entertainment Corporate Cleopatra, Theater With a Spinning Platform and ...

Bruin Bites: Garden Embarrassment Followup, Mora (Brash) Football Talk, & UCLA ...
Bruin Bites: Garden Embarrassment Followup, Mora (Brash) Football Talk, & UCLA ...

ICE shootings: Agent died after fierce struggle for his gun
By ELLIOTT SPAGAT and AMY TAXIN / AP LONG BEACH - An Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent accused of shooting his supervisor at least six times at the ICE office in Long Beach died after an intense struggle for his gun with another agent, ...

Arraignment set for former elementary school teacher charged with lewd acts ...
Arraignment set for former elementary school teacher charged with lewd acts ...

Southland gas prices reach highest amount since late May
LOS ANGELES - The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose today to its highest amount since May 28, increasing 1 cent to $4.07. The average price has increased 14 consecutive days and 26 times in 27 days and ...

Hail To The Chief: 10 Films To Watch On Presidents Day
By traviswoods The third Monday in February is upon us—that magical day when we get to hate federal employees for having a three-day weekend, otherwise known Presidents Day, when car lots hold their magically giant sales. It's also a day designed to ...

The Week Ahead: Lakers Finish First Half of Regular Season
The Los Angeles Lakers enter the week in a sprint to the finish line with three games in four days before the All-Star break. Following the previous week where they only had three games, the Lakers need to grit their teeth and grind out this dense ...

Doctor Who Fans Refurbish TARDIS Console From 1996 Movie at Gallifrey One ...
Doctor Who Fans Refurbish TARDIS Console From 1996 Movie at Gallifrey One ...


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