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Los Angeles News 02/2012 (Page 5)



LA City Hall lawn to get post-Occupy makeover
AP LOS ANGELES—The lawn surrounding Los Angeles City Hall will be getting a makeover that includes more drought-tolerant plans after the sprawling lawn was destroyed last year by the Occupy LA encampment. The Los Angeles Times ( http://lat.ms/x825hG) ...

Long Beach should name police involved in shootings, court rules
Ruling upholds a Superior Court order that the city must release the names in response to a public records request from the Los Angeles Times. A 35-year-old Long Beach man was fatally shot in 2010 when he pointed a water nozzle like this one at Long ...

2012 Los Angeles Animation Festival to Feature TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE ...
2012 Los Angeles Animation Festival to Feature TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE ...

SoCal has mixed reactions to court's ruling striking down Prop 8
By Dana Bartholomew, Rick Orlov and Art Marroquin Staff Writers Plaintiff Sandy Stier talks about about the appeals court ruling that Prop 8 is unconstitutional in Los Angeles Tuesday Morning. In background are Perry's partner Sandy Stier, right, ...

G-Man Marketing partners with client firms to offer discounted PR, songwriting ...
G-Man Marketing partners with client firms to offer discounted PR, songwriting ...

Second accused South Los Angeles teacher fired, charged
The three felony counts against Miramonte Elementary School teacher Martin Springer involve one girl. A second had said he fondled her, but she recanted, a source says. Second-grade instructor Martin Bernard Springer had spent his entire teaching ...

Media gain access to LA County children's courts
Some judges and lawyers embrace the change; others object as reporters observe proceedings formerly cloaked in strict secrecy. Lucias Bouge, 19, a former foster youth who works with the California Youth Connection, joins a group on the steps of the 2nd ...

Ontario offer for ONT totals $250 million
ONTARIO - The $50 million payment offer from Ontario to gain control of LA/Ontario International Airport is part of a $250 million package the city offered Los Angeles to transfer title and operations of the facility. According to the transfer proposal ...

Foul efforts have hurt Bruins
By SCOTT M. REID / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES – As UCLA prepares this week for Thursday's game against Stanford at the Sports Arena, the Bruins have been reminded of just how costly their poor performance at the foul line has been this ...

Brown Act Has Nothing To Do With First Amendment, Expert Says
It's been just two weeks since prosecutors from Los Angeles country lambasted the city's Board of Supervisors for violating the state's open meeting laws last year. Amid the heightened scrutiny, the Board of Supervisors passed a measure Tuesday urging ...

Alexander Payne to Receive ACE Golden Eddie
Award winning filmmaker Alexander Payne has been selected by the board of directors of the American Cinema Editors (ACE) to be honored with the organization's prestigious Golden Eddie filmmaker of the year award. The award will be presented at the 62nd ...

Water-quality plan for LA, Long Beach ports approved
State water regulators have approved a plan to restore water quality at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach by putting limits on 70 pollutants that contaminate water and sediment and make fish toxic to eat. The plan passed Tuesday by the State ...

Are You 'Anti-Global' Or 'Anti-Abortion' ? DHS Calls LA County 'Hot Spot' For ...
Are You 'Anti-Global' Or 'Anti-Abortion' ? DHS Calls LA County 'Hot Spot' For ...

Who vacations in Irvine? The Feintuchs do.
BY ADAM PROBOLSKY / FOR THE REGISTER Eleven year-old Benjy and his father waited patiently in the wood paneled sub-lobby at the Honda Center in Anaheim. They had just seen a very exciting Ducks victory over the Colorado Avalanche that featured two ...

UCLA Football Recruiting Roundtable - Part 3: Filling "Needs", the Quarterback ...
UCLA Football Recruiting Roundtable - Part 3: Filling "Needs", the Quarterback ...

LAUSD officials prepare to re-open Miramonte Elementary with new staff
Schools Superintendent John Deasy and other district officials met with Miramonte parents Monday night at South Region High School #2, which is near the Miramonte Elementary School, to discuss the abuse attributed to 61-year-old Mark Berndt and ...

Seniors angry over plans to close JCC
By Ryan E. Smith There was no question how Zita Kass felt when she learned that The JCC at Milken in West Hills will shut its doors permanently this summer. Her reaction was swift and powerful: “Anger, fury, frustration,” the 76-year-old Woodland Hills ...

Commission votes down cityhood effort for East LA
By SHAYA TAYEFE MOHAJER AP LOS ANGELES—A county commission voted down a grass-roots movement's effort Wednesday to make East Los Angeles its own city, blocking a years-long effort to give democratic control to the cultural home of Southern California ...

It's Casual Are Citified
Listening to the title track of It's Casual's The New Los Angeles reveals a man—no, a beast—who seems absolutely sick to death of his city. "The! New! Los Angeles! No one has language! We've got to put a stop to this!" Eddie Solis bellows, with his ...

Clifton's Cafeteria reveals original facade, hidden for 50 years
The aluminum covering on the Broadway landmark has been taken down as the restaurant undergoes a major renovation. The front of Clifton's Cafeteria in 1939. The building's facade, obscured for almost 50 years by a grate-like aluminum covering, ...

East Los Angeles cityhood plan again rebuffed
Local Agency Formation Commission says the proposed city wouldn't be financially viable. Supporters of incorporation say they need more time to explore options. A Los Angeles County panel that regulates the creation of new governments rejected the ...

Artifacts find in Owens Lake may lead to DWP fines
By Melissa Pamer, Staff Writer A $1 billion effort by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to limit dust pollution in the Owens Valley has run into an unexpected roadblock that could delay the project and force the utility to pay stiff ...

Colleges bar contractor over poor work, billing problems
FTR International will be banned from community college campuses for five years after an inquiry finds that the company performed inferior work and submitted claims for tasks that were unfinished. By Carla Rivera, Los Angeles Times The governing board ...

Former LA County appraiser is focus of inquiry
The district attorney's office is looking into allegations against a former appraiser in the county assessor's office, prosecutors and officials confirm. By Ruben Vives, Los Angeles Times Los Angeles County prosecutors and officials confirmed Wednesday ...

An Investment Worthy of Business Community Action
By EGP News Report The Los Angeles Business Leaders Task Force on Homelessness blueprint, Home For Good, was launched just over a year ago. There is good news to share as well as a big opportunity to take this strategic initiative to end chronic and ...

Detectives arrest former Tournament of Roses committee member in 2004 slaying ...
Detectives arrest former Tournament of Roses committee member in 2004 slaying ...

Westchester: Residents implore commission to return community to 11th District
BY GARY WALKER The gymnasium at the Westchester Recreation Center on Feb. 2 was the epicenter of citizen outrage and unity as residents from around the Westside rallied against a redrawn council district plan that would move Westchester out of its ...

Booze on the beach? City must change law
In order to serve alcohol at its centennial gala, Manhattan Beach would have to suspend or change a city ordinance that prohibits serving alcohol on the beach and comply with a list of conditions, said the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and ...

Exclusive: One Direction Reveals The Most Romantic Thing They've Ever Done For ...
Exclusive: One Direction Reveals The Most Romantic Thing They've Ever Done For ...

LAUSD's Adult Schools May Be Cut From Budget Entirely: Protesters Rally in ...
LAUSD's Adult Schools May Be Cut From Budget Entirely: Protesters Rally in ...


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