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Los Angeles News 02/2012 (Page 14)



LAUSD substitute thrice accused of abuse moved to another district
The substitute teacher quit after the third inquiry and started working in Inglewood schools. Police later found video of him molesting a girl in that district; he was charged, but he fled and is at large. George Hernandez is living in the Mexican ...

Campaign for Adelanto charter school falls short
School officials in the High Desert community of Adelanto say there weren't enough signatures under the parent trigger law to mandate a charter conversion. By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times In a stunning development, school officials in the High ...

Laker Leaders Take Charge
As distractions continue to pull at the team, Derek Fisher and Kobe Bryant are doing their best to lead the Los Angeles Lakers. They did it in more ways than one on Monday, pushing the Lakers to an on court victory over the Portland Trail Blazers ...

Verdugo Views: Some soaring memories of El Miradero
LC Brand had this airfield built below his El Miradero home in northwest Glendale. In 1924, he hosted a party on the airfield for one of the pilots of the first around-the-world flight. (Courtesy of Special Collections, Glendale Public Library) ...

Ex-Miramonte Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to 23 Counts of Lewd Acts
For now, the displaced teachers are working at Augustus Hawkins High School in South Los Angeles, an un-opened school that is still under construction. The teachers and staffers will not have any contact with students but they will still be paid, ...

UCLA Basketball Trainwreck: Howland's Bizarre & Incoherent Excuses for Not ...
UCLA Basketball Trainwreck: Howland's Bizarre & Incoherent Excuses for Not ...

Homeless Deaths Revive Controversy Over Property Seizure Ban Along Skid Row
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The recent death of another transient on the streets of Skid Row in Los Angeles has reignited the debate over a court ruling prohibiting the seizure of property from homeless people. KNX 1070′s Claudia Peschiutta reports the sight ...

A Scholar Who Can Really Shake Things Up
The study of history may strike some readers as a sedate subject. Now and then, however, an historian comes along who can really shake things up. Timothy Snyder is one such scholar, and I am excited to announce that we will all be afforded an ...

The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo Team Up for Inaugural 25 Most Powerful ...
The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo Team Up for Inaugural 25 Most Powerful ...

Former LAUSD Substitute Teacher Wanted on Child Porn Charges
After teaching for collectively 8 years in Los Angeles and Inglewood, George Hernandez was arrested for child pornography. By Kelly Hanelt A Los Angeles Unified School District substitute teacher is on the run after his arrest on charges of indecent ...

Accused Serial Arsonist's Alleged Free-Loader "Mutter" Being Extradited Back ...
Accused Serial Arsonist's Alleged Free-Loader "Mutter" Being Extradited Back ...

LA votes to reduce steep fine for truancy
By Richie Duchon City News Service The Los Angeles City Council today gave preliminary approval to truancy law changes that would dramatically reduce a base fine for skipping school from $250 to $20 for a third offense. Dozens of students, teachers and ...

Montebello doctor now accused of molesting 8 patients
By Brian Day, Staff Writer LOS ANGELES - A doctor initially arrested by Montebello police earlier this year on suspicion of molesting one patient last year appeared in court Tuesday to answer allegations that he molested eight patients over the past ...

Metro Set to Vote on Environmental Impact of Downtown Rail Connector
By Jeff Johnson A $1.44 billion, 1.9 mile Regional Connector that would link several metro rail lines will go before the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Board of Directors Thursday for a key vote. The board is scheduled to vote on the ...

MPTV Hospital is Fined for Death of Patient
The Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills was fined $80000 after an investigation by the State of California concluded that conditions at the facility led to the death of a wheelchair-bound patient with dementia who fell down a flight ...

Lucky Brand Moves Into Downtown Los Angeles
by Deborah Belgum, Senior Editor February 22, 2012 It seemed only appropriate that the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Lucky Brand headquarters in downtown Los Angeles should have a denim ribbon. “I knew it was going to be denim,” said LA Mayor ...

Swift to Pay Port of Los Angeles $4 Million
Swift Transportationwill pay $4 million to the Port of Los Angeles to resolve a disagreement regarding the port's Clean Trucks Program. The port claims Swift, based in Phoenix, didn't fulfill the requirements of a truck purchasing agreement, ...

Carmen Trutanich, LA City Attorney, Tramples the Rights of Pot Smokers, Street ...
Carmen Trutanich, LA City Attorney, Tramples the Rights of Pot Smokers, Street ...

Combined use of recommended heart failure therapies significantly boosts ...
Combined use of recommended heart failure therapies significantly boosts ...

Federal raids a 'serious blow' to rhino trade
Wildlife investigators in California and other states crack down on an international smuggling ring that trafficked for years in sawed-off rhinoceros horns. US Fish and Wildlife officers seized this stuffed rhinoceros head, with artificial horns, ...

Stastny scores twice as Avs rout Kings, 4-1
By PAT GRAHAM AP Sports Writer Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov, of Russia, makes a save in the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Los Angeles Kings, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, in Denver. DENVER—Paul Stastny scored two goals, ...

LA City Council scales back truancy law
Los Angeles leaders reduce the amounts of fines and offer revised penalties for students who are trying to attend class but are late. Jaime Bonilla, 15, left, and Jessica Contreras, 14, demonstrate outside Los Angeles City Hall in favor of changing the ...

LA County assessor denies any wrongdoing
Responding to a DA's inquiry of his office, John Noguez says he has taken steps to revalue more than 100 properties that improperly received tax reductions. By Jack Dolan and Ruben Vives, Los Angeles Times Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, ...

LA Unified to report all teacher misconduct cases to state
The action, aimed at protecting students, covers hundreds of teachers who have been investigated by school officials or police for alleged misdeeds ranging from sexual abuse to excessive absenteeism. Former LA Unified and Inglewood substitute teacher ...

Group takes flashlight walk against prostitution in Anaheim
Residents and supporters hope their presence sends the message that streetwalkers aren't welcome in a neighborhood that has seen a rise in the crime. An Anaheim police officer handcuffs a woman suspected of prostitution as residents walk by in the ...

Critics say new council districts hinder Latino candidates
By David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times Politicians, advocacy groups and neighborhood activists warned Wednesday that boundary lines drawn up by the Los Angeles Redistricting Commission for new council districts will reduce the number of Latino lawmakers ...

Vote Coming on LAUSD District Boundary Changes
By Gloria Angelina Castillo, EGP Staff Writer Redistricting is underway in the country's second largest school district, with draft maps prepared by an appointed redistricting commission and two outside civil rights and politically influential groups ...

Basketball Roundup for UCLA at ASU
by DCBruins on Feb 23, 2012 4:44 AM PST in Basketball Tonight's UCLA matchup with Arizona State begins the depressing effort to prove that UCLA is really a top four team in the PAC 12. UCLA still has won just one game outside of Los Angeles against D-1 ...

Plan exceeds goal in getting long-term homeless and vets into housing
More than 3000 have been helped in Los Angeles County. The Home for Good plan proposes reallocating resources to pay for permanent supportive housing, which includes counseling and treatment. Remy Martin Foster, left, greets homeless veteran Ernie Mann ...

LAPD Chief Under Fire For Plan To Offer Driver's Licenses To Illegal Immigrants
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is under fire for throwing his support behind a controversial driver's license for illegal immigrants. “All the things that we've done… haven't reduced undocumented aliens driving without ...


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