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UCLA v. WSU Basketball Notes: Will Howland Get Zoned Out Again
by DCBruins on Feb 4, 2012 5:53 AM PST in Basketball But briefly on Thursday the players played their hearts out and should have won. Yes, if the referees were decent we win but that was not why UCLA loss. We lost because of three reasons, ...

LAUSD Might Cut 100% of Its Arts Education
In a city iconic for being a dreamer's destination–a place home to denizen and transplant filmmakers, artists, and writers alike–its public school district can't seem to shake a nightmare. Through a series of self-destructing budget cuts over the last ...

Thousands rally in wake of Miramonte teacher arrests
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Thousands gathered at an education rally at Exposition Park Saturday amid growing outrage over the arrests of two Miramonte Elementary School teachers, charged with molesting their students. Parents, teachers and students at the ...

Teen Savvy Blog: Keke Palmer Making 'Joyful Noise' Feb 4th 2012 3:00PM Teen ...
Teen Savvy Blog: Keke Palmer Making 'Joyful Noise' Feb 4th 2012 3:00PM Teen ...

Historic Filipinotown designated as a Preserve America Community by First Lady
LOS ANGELES – Milford Wayne Donaldson, FAIA, Chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), on January 28 presented a certificate, signed by First Lady Michelle Obama, recognizing the Historic Filipinotown neighborhood of Los Angeles ...

Woman Arrested for Impersonating Police Officer
PASADENA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A woman wearing a uniform claiming to be a police officer wound up handcuffed in the back of a police cruiser Thursday, according to Pasadena police officials. A Pasadena firefighter reported about 2:45 pm that a woman in the ...

Your guide to Valentine's Day, drinks and eats in L.A., part one
As the short February days continue to wane away, we start to consider our next big holiday. There is Labor Day, Independence Day, Mother's Day, and Father's Day; even St. Patrick's Day is quickly approaching. But we feel empty, like maybe we're ...

Prosecutors Rebut Jailed Robert Kennedy's Assassin's Claims in Freedom Quest
Sirhan claims to have no memory of shooting Kennedy in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel. LOS ANGELES - A controversial assertion by convicted Robert F. Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan to win his freedom was challenged this week by the California ...

Sacrificing the desert to save the Earth
Environmentalists are torn over the high cost of breaking reliance on fossil fuels. Public comment has been sought, but insiders are calling the shots. BrightSource Energy's Ivanpah solar power plant at dawn. Vegetation has been mowed and sensitive ...

'The Pact' moves screenwriter further up the Hollywood chain
Nicholas McCarthy's 89-minute film plays to mixed reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. More important than audience reaction was the fact the movie was sold, and that he now has meetings lined up at studios and talent agencies. In a steady snowfall, ...

LA hospital accused of patient-dumping
Public Counsel, a pro-bono law firm, filed a suit alleging elder abuse, false imprisonment and hospital negligence. The firm also turned the information over to the Los Angeles city attorney's office for review. By Anna Gorman, Los Angeles Times While ...

Questions raised after LAX re-opens bidding for duty-free concessions
By Art Marroquin Staff Writer A South Korean company that signed an agreement with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa during his recent trip to Asia will be given a second chance to bid on a lucrative duty-free concession contract at Los Angeles International ...

Settling school disputes before they escalate
At Charles Maclay Middle School in Pacoima, a program funded by the Center for Civic Mediation teaches students how to resolve conflict and learn to coexist peacefully among their classmates. Alejando Juarez, 13, a seventh-grader at Charles Maclay ...

Kings Fall To Hurricanes , 2-1
RALEIGH, NC (AP) Jeff Skinner scored 3:02 into the third period to lift the Carolina Hurricanes to a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night. Jiri Tlutsy also scored and Cam Ward made 24 saves for the Hurricanes, who are 8-2-1 in their ...

LA Unified students square off in Academic Decathlon Super Quiz
Based on an unofficial tally, district officials say Granada Hills Charter High scored highest in the Super Quiz event. On Thursday, students will learn which teams advance to the state competition. Franklin High students Jessy Baltazar, Grace Punzalan ...

Steve Scauzillo: SoCal loses out to NoCal on green dollars
By Steve Scauzillo, Staff Writer Brian Sheridan, the thoughtful development and marketing manager with the Council for Watershed Health in Los Angeles, did an admittedly non-scientific study of green cash - cash for environmental causes - in California ...

Pasadena leaders hear NFL's mixed messages
By Brian Charles, Staff Writer PASADENA - While Rose Bowl officials hope giving professional football a temporary home will ease the pain of financing its multi-million dollar renovation, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell left the prospect of the league's ...

Volkswagen begins building cars in US
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The new Volkswagen Passat seems very European. It has subtle styling, firm seats, taut steering and suspension - all quite German. But this VW isn't built in Germany. It's built in Chattanooga, Tenn. Aimed to better compete with ...

Families face competition in private school race
By Megan O'Neil, [email protected] Sitting with dozens of other eager parents in the Pasadena Christian School library late last month, Joyce Amaro listened carefully to officials describe the application process. The Alhambra resident wants to ...

More Information Emerges About Alleged Sexual Misconduct At South LA School
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The Los Angeles Times is reporting that a student at a South Los Angeles elementary school may have been victimized by both teachers currently under arrest on suspicion of sexual misconduct. According to the newspaper, ...

IT'S OUT OF THE QUESTION: The `Biz' is sheer LFL genius
By Tom Hoffarth, Columnist The head coach of the only professional football team in Los Angeles can win his third consecutive championship this weekend in Las Vegas. We're tempted to watch, although it's unlikely there will be many camera shots of him ...

Woman Hits Ranger with Car at Eaton Canyon Nature Center
PASADENA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A park ranger warned a woman Friday for walking her dog without a leash at Eaton Canyon Nature Center and the woman responded by striking the ranger with her car, the Los Angeles Times reported. Deputies arrested the woman, ...

Hana Hwang, Selena Gomez Visit Prompts Thank You from Children's Hospital
LOS ANGELES (LALTE) – Hana Hwang was visited by Selena Gomez at Los Angeles Children's Hospital in December following assistance by Ryan Seacrest. This weekend, Los Angeles Children's Hospital issued a thank you, again, to Selena Gomez and her fans for ...

Clippers Get Set For Dwight Howard, Magic
Blake Griffin #32 Los Angeles Clippers slips during the game against the Orlando Magic at the Staple Center on December 12, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mel Blackmon/CBS) (AP) — There's a feeling of optimism among Clippers fans, ...

The greening of Tujunga Wash continues with next phase
The US Army Corps of Engineering will start a $3.4 million project next week to recreate riparian habitat along a portion of the Tujunga Wash in Valley Glen, CA. This photo shows a portion of the Tujunga Wash that was completed by the Los Angeles Couty ...

Unified by the coin of their realm
Insular Bernal Heights — 'this weird little borderline utopia,' as one resident calls it — has updated 'complementary currency' in the form of a debit card. Arno Hesse, left, and Guillaume Lebleu, right, residents of San Francisco's Bernal Heights ...

Rabbi's 'Kosher Jesus' book is denounced as heresy
Shmuley Boteach's book focuses on Jesus' Jewishness, portraying him as a hero who was not resurrected or divine. But some other rabbis express contempt for the book and forbid followers to read it. Barak Boteach, 15, sells copies of "Kosher Jesus" by ...

Retired sheriff's commander is at center of internal investigation
Robert Olmsted accuses department officials of rigging a probe into excessive force in jails to scapegoat him and shield brass from blame. A department spokesman denies his allegation. By Jack Leonard and Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times A retired ...

Trutanich surprises groups by listing them as backers
Officials with three law enforcement organizations say they have yet to formally decide whom to back, in anyone, in this year's race for district attorney. Trutanich, LA's city attorney, is the obvious front-runner. Officials with three law enforcement ...


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