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Los Angeles News 02/2012 (Page 15)



Motion Picture & Television Fund Fined $80000 for Nursing Home Death
The family of 90-year-old Carrie Delay, who died after falling down a stairwell at the organization's facility in Woodland Hills, Calif., prevails in a wrongful death lawsuit. The Motion Picture & Television Fund has been slapped with an $80000 fine ...

At just 14, UCLA math student Moshe Kai Cavalin has written his first book ...
At just 14, UCLA math student Moshe Kai Cavalin has written his first book ...

UPDATED: Expect 30-minute delays in Long Beach as Blue Line fixes power issues
LOS ANGELES - A "major" problem with the electrical system that powers Metro Blue Line trains caused headaches for morning commuters, and delays of up to 30 minutes were anticipated for evening commuters as crews worked to handle repairs, ...

San Francisco firefighters cling to wooden ladders
The department relies on three men who make and repair ladders dating to 1918, saying they are safer and more durable than metal. Jerry Lee repairs an old wooden ladder for the San Francisco Fire Department. The department's oldest ladder dates to 1918 ...

UCLA Young Research Library renovations completed; usage levels have doubled
By Dawn Setzer February 23, 2012 Category: Campus News The UCLA Library completed renovations to the major public spaces in the Charles E. Young Research Library in fall 2011, and the new facilities have proven to be extremely popular with UCLA ...

Woman killed in kidnapping lived in Canyon Country
By Ray Bowden Signal Staff Writer The suspect charged with kidnapping and killing a Canyon Country woman was being held without bail in a Los Angeles County jail on Thursday. Jeffrey Minifie, 39, of Los Angeles, was charged with one count each of ...

LA, Long Beach mayors look to boost port exports at Florida meeting
By Art Marroquin Staff Writer Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster will be in Jacksonville, Fla., this weekend to attend a meeting with the US Conference of Mayors aimed at bolstering exports through the nation's ...

Police Pursuit Through Hollywood Ends With Gunshots
By Samantha Tata A police pursuit that wound through busy Hollywood streets Thursday night ended when police fired multiple shots into the suspect's vehicle parked in a gas station parking lot. The pursuit began in the Hollenbeck area after a suspected ...

Metro pushes again for lockdown on fare evaders
The subway and light-rail system has largely operated without locked gates, trusting that 97% of passengers would buy tickets. But that hasn't been so, with a loss of millions of dollars in revenue. By Ari Bloomekatz, Los Angeles Times There's an open ...

LA County sheriff would back 'sensible' plan to issue driver's licenses to ...
LA County sheriff would back 'sensible' plan to issue driver's licenses to ...

Panel passes LA City Council redistricting plan
The LA Redistricting Commission voted 16 to 5 to approve new maps. But some members called the process of creating new districts 'ugly' and 'dysfunctional.' By David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times A plan to redraw Los Angeles City Council districts has ...

Spate of arrests shows rise in reporting, not in abuse, police say
In three weeks, six LA Unified employees have been booked on suspicion of sex-related crimes. The Miramonte episode has sparked some people to come forward and others to be more watchful, police say. Authorities on Thursday announced the arrest of a ...

Ethics Commission delays vote on raising contribution limits
LA panel puts off action on donations to city candidates. It also moves to shorten fundraising season. By Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times After a heated hearing Thursday, the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission put off a controversial vote to more ...

UCLA Basketball Roundup: Pathetic PAC-12 and Another Problem
by DCBruins on Feb 24, 2012 4:52 AM PST in Basketball A mediocre UCLA beat a terrible ASU team but the Bruins got a big break far away in Colorado, where the Buffaloes got blown out at home by Stanford. That means if California beats Colorado on ...

7 arrested in rare rhino-horn raid
By GREG HARDESTY and VIK JOLLY / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES – The nationwide, multi-agency effort was dubbed "Operation Crash" --- a term for a herd of rhinoceros. For 18 months, special agents from the US Fish & Wildlife Service and other ...

LA County Assessor Center of Property Tax Break Probe
By Jason Kandel Investigators are probing whether the Los Angeles County Assessor gave property tax breaks to clients who helped get him elected. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's public integrity unit is probing a possible quid pro quo ...

Witness describes police shooting of carjack suspect in Koreatown
KOREATOWN, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It was a stunning scene at a Koreatown gas station when police opened fire on a carjacking suspect at the end of a pursuit, killing him in front of shocked witnesses. The suspect was eastbound on Wilshire Boulevard when ...

In the memory of Linda McCartney: Three Guitarists & The Women and Cancer Fund ...
In the memory of Linda McCartney: Three Guitarists & The Women and Cancer Fund ...

Los Angeles County Students to Study in China Under the 100000 Strong Initiative
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /California Newswire/ — On February 17, US Vice President Joe Biden and Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visited the International Studies Learning Center (ISLC), a public middle and high school in South Gate, California, ...

Los Angeles Times To Add Paywall
It's been a big week in newspapers starting to charge for content. First it was Gannett; now the Los Angeles Times will launch a metered paywall on Monday, March 5. The paper announced the changes today. Website visitors will be able to read 15 stories ...

Public meetings on 710 Fwy. extension proposals set to begin
Community meetings about alternatives to controversial tunnel or highway extensions to connect the Long Beach (710) and Foothill (210) freeways are set to begin next week, officials said today. For decades, community members and county and local ...

Sharon Runner Receives Transplant, Won't Re-run for Senate
By Carol Rock, KHTS AM-1220 | Friday, Feb. 24, 2012 State Sen. Sharon Runner received a lung transplant Friday at a Los Angeles-area hospital as treatment for limited scleroderma, or CREST syndrome, a condition the lawmaker has battled for more than ...

DA delayed action on substitute teacher who fled to Mexico
For nearly a year, officials did not push for return of fugitive suspected of crimes against children. Accused in a child sex case, George Hernandez was a substitute teacher in LA Unified. (Huntington Park Police Department) By Alan Zarembo and Richard ...

Prime Healthcare focus of state Senate hearing on alleged unfair billing practices
Joint state Senate and Assembly panel prepares Friday to begin its review hearing for Prime Healthcare Services regarding the company's billing practices. (Neil Nisperos / Staff) Ontario-based Prime Healthcare hospital management company was at the ...

Police kill carjacking suspect in Koreatown
LAPD officers fire more than 60 shots as a chase ends at a gas station. Authorities say the man pointed his handgun at customers. Gas station owner Harry Hahn talks about the fatal shooting at his Koreatown gas station. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles ...

Chairman of Trade-Tech College Foundation steps aside
Darryl Holter, who had been chastised by community college district auditors, will remain on the board of the organization under fire for lavish bonuses and expenses paid to its executive director. By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times The chairman of a ...

ICE supervisor in Los Angeles is convicted of fraud
He kept his stay-at-home wife on the federal payroll as an ICE intelligence specialist for more than five years. She was convicted of lying to federal authorities. By Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times A high-ranking supervisor with Immigration and ...

Gov. Jerry Brown takes case for Medi-Cal cuts to Washington
At a White House meeting with Obama and other governors, Brown discusses the Medi-Cal issue and his efforts to exempt California schools from new sanctions that could cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Gov. Jerry Brown speaks at an event in Los ...

Prosecution rests in retired LAPD detective's murder trial
Stephanie Lazarus is accused of killing her ex-boyfriend's wife. One of the final witnesses is a former FBI criminal profiler, who believes the crime scene was staged to throw off investigators. Stephanie Lazarus became a focus of the investigation in ...

Assemblyman tries again on licenses for illegal immigrants
Gil Cedillo, being termed out of office, introduces two place-holder measures to address unlicensed drivers. He has tried seven times before. Assemblyman Gil Cedillo (D-Los Angeles), who is serving his final year in the Legislature, has launched ...


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