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News Story Idea Starters for Journalists for the Week Ending Feb. 24, 2012 ...
News Story Idea Starters for Journalists for the Week Ending Feb. 24, 2012 ...

UCLA at Arizona, Ten Things to Ponder
by DCBruins on Feb 25, 2012 5:49 AM PST in Basketball The Arizona-UCLA game is always a big deal and even when the teams are not very good, the game still is important. But unlike the "good old days" this is not a fight for the PAC 10 title but rather ...

Siblings will be tried in dog death
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday that there is sufficient evidence for a case involving two siblings arrested on suspicion of stabbing their aunt's dog to death to go to trial. Charissa Bodtcher, 23, and her brother, ...

Prime Healthcare focus of state Senate hearing on alleged unfair...
Prime Healthcare focus of state Senate hearing on alleged unfair...

DA Chose Not to Extradite Ex-Teacher Accused in Child Abuse Case
By Jason Kandel 61 year old Mark Berndt enters plea in court today. He remains jailed on 23 million dollars bail and his lawyer is worried his life might be in danger. A former substitute teacher had been located in Mexico but the Los Angeles County ...

Coming To Chinatown: LA County's First Wal-Mart Grocery
Provoking a similar scene of outrage as recently occurred in Burbank, Wal-Mart is in the process of spreading its grocery wings into LA's historic Chinatown. Various sources report that permit applications have been submitted for a 33000-square-foot ...

In southeast LA County, the Chacons are political power players
Hector Chacon and his family are admired and feared. They are go-to campaign gurus with checkered pasts whom candidates hire when they want to break into politics — or bat down a challenge from an upstart. Hector Chacon at Ramona Gardens, ...

LA catching up to Chicago in sleaze
A University of Illinois study finds that we're the second most corrupt region in the US, due to an oversized helping of election crimes, conflicts of interest and other dirty deeds. By Steve Lopez Panning for gold in the local cesspool is always ...

Immigrants face deportation for filing false tax return
The Supreme Court rules against a couple who pleaded guilty and paid in full, saying the crime was an 'aggravated felony' subject to automatic deportation. Tax lawyers say the decision is ominous. By David Savage and Catherine Saillant, ...

Salvation Mountain is missing its guiding spirit
Leonard Knight, who spent most of three decades painting the adobe-clad monument in the desert, is now 80 and in a convalescent home. The challenge of rescuing the landmark has fallen to his friends and supporters. Tourists climb to the top of ...

Museum of Flying reopens at Santa Monica Airport
About two dozen flying machines, along with exhibits on the Southland's aviation and aerospace industry, are featured in the third iteration of the museum, founded in 1974. Visitors at the Museum of Flying at the Santa Monica Airport look at a Boeing ...

A look at glamorous cars fit for Oscar stars
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Two years ago, Mercedes-Benz made big news with the return of the famous gull-wing design for their top-of-the-line sports car, the SLS. Now, the Gullwing is joined by the SLS AMG Roadster. Both vehicles are steeped in automotive ...

Dustin Brown's Hat Trick Leads Kings Past Chicago
LOS ANGELES (AP) Dustin Brown scored three goals in an early 15-minute stretch and matched his career high with four points in an impressive response to trade rumors, and Jonathan Quick earned his NHL-leading seventh shutout in the Los Angeles Kings' ...

Brown, Kings thrash Chicago
AP LOS ANGELES – Dustin Brown scored three goals in an early 15-minute stretch and matched his career high with four points in an impressive response to trade rumors, and Jonathan Quick earned his NHL-leading seventh shutout in the Kings' 4-0 victory ...

Movie magic transforms the San Gabriel Valley
By Janette Williams, Staff Writer Hollywood Blvd. is closed at Highland throughout the week as preparations are under way for the Academy Awards taking place at the Kodak Theater on Sunday. (Photo by David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News.) ...

Johnny Otis' life celebrated by admirers in music, politics
Hundreds of relatives, friends and admirers attend Johnny Otis' memorial ceremony, recalling the influential R&B musician's multifaceted passions and talents. Lucky Otis, left, grandson of Johnny Otis, closes out the memorial event by leading a ...

'Bridesmaids' cast, the Muppets and Emma Stone get read for the Oscar show
By Sandy Cohen (AP) Sunday, Feb 26, 2012 2:47 AM LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Academy Awards are a big deal — even to A-listers. That's why a parade of stars came through the theater at the Hollywood & Highland Center Saturday to run through their lines ...

So Close, Yet So Far: Anacapa Island Provides Dramatic Scenery Just Off the ...
So Close, Yet So Far: Anacapa Island Provides Dramatic Scenery Just Off the ...

Suspect in LA High School Shooting ID'd
By Jason Kandel A gang-related shooting left two wounded near Los Angeles High School on Friday, Feb. 24, 2012. Police on Sunday identified the adult suspect arrested in connection with a shooting that left one person in critical condition and another ...

UCLA vs. Baylor Sunday Baseball Thread: Can Bruins Get Over the .500 Mark?
by Nestor on Feb 26, 2012 12:45 PM PST in Baseball The Bruins (3-3) busted out of their early season hitting slump by putting together a big afternoon against no. 24 Baylor (6-1) yesterday. The Bruins pounded the Baylor pitching staff - who had been ...

Complex effort to rid San Nicolas Island of cats declared a success
The six-agency project cost more than $3 million and entailed 18 months of trapping on the Navy-owned island off Southern California. The cats killed cormorants, gulls and a threatened lizard. Ali Crumpacker, director of the Fund for Animals Wildlife ...

Republicans aim to block Cal State chairman's second term
Herbert Carter, head of the university system's governing board, may face a struggle for reconfirmation. Some legislators are angry over increases in both tuition and executive pay. Cal State Chancellor Charles B. Reed listens as board Chairman Herbert ...

Wal-Mart plans to open grocery store in LA's Chinatown
The retailer announces the opening of a 33000-square-foot outlet on the first floor of a residential complex for seniors at Cesar Chavez and Grand avenues. The store would be roughly one-fifth the size of a typical Wal-Mart store and the first of the ...

USC marks 100 years as the Trojans
By Nathaniel Hsieh · Daily Trojan Friday marked the 100th anniversary of the nickname Trojans to be used to describe USC athletic teams. The famed moniker was first seen in the Los Angeles Times when sports writer Owen Bird wrote a column previewing a ...

Police: Man shot by West Covina officers in Pomona after shooting at police ...
Police: Man shot by West Covina officers in Pomona after shooting at police ...

MTA targets bus line serving Westside workers who live in South LA
The 305 line runs for about 20 miles from Willowbrook to Westwood, allowing some to make the journey without changing seats. Transit advocates say that cutting this and other lines after the Expo Line opens would subject commuters to expensive, ...

California's parent trigger law meets new tests in Adelanto
The Adelanto school board rejects parents' petition for change, saying signatures to overhaul Desert Trails Elementary were rescinded. Now a controversy that mirrors one in Compton is simmering. Parents of the Desert Trails Parent Union rally in ...

Candidates in South Bay district court newly important centrist voters
The newly drawn 66th Assembly District in the South Bay 'is a classic swing district,' one political consultant says. Candidates — Democrat and Republican — even downplay party affiliation. Nathan Mintz canvasses the 66th Assembly District with his ...

Bruin Bites: Bruins as NIT Seven Seed, Sue Enquist Profile, Rick's Bel-Air ...
Bruin Bites: Bruins as NIT Seven Seed, Sue Enquist Profile, Rick's Bel-Air ...

Whitney Houston Fans Set to Protest Return of John and Ken Show (Audio)
*Rain or shine, Whitney Houston fans are expected to protest the return of Los Angeles radio shock jocks John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou of the “John and Ken Show” on Clear Channel's KFI 640 AM today after a 10 day suspension for referring to Whitney ...


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