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The Story Project Fundraiser, Hosted by KCRW, features Mace Neufeld, Denise Di ...
The Story Project Fundraiser, Hosted by KCRW, features Mace Neufeld, Denise Di ...

Activists press council to ease truancy fines
Rally at Van Nuys City Hall urges lawmakers to revise policy allowing LAPD to cite students who are late to school. The ACLU says the law unfairly targets Latinos, blacks and low-income students. Students and activists protesting the truancy law gather ...

Simi Valley residents urge city leaders to address drug deaths
Hundreds coalesce at a City Council meeting in the wake of a cluster of overdose deaths. Ray Klimusko hugs his wife Susan after she spoke to a packed City Council meeting in Simi Valley on Monday after a series of drug overdose deaths among young ...

JILL PAINTER on GOLF: Cantlay back to school at UCLA, but his toughest courses ...
JILL PAINTER on GOLF: Cantlay back to school at UCLA, but his toughest courses ...

Students Extract Replica Tumors, Practice Sutures At Cedars-Sinai 'Brainworks'
Hovering around two endoscopic video monitors, more than 130 middle school students from across Los Angeles took turns extracting imitation tumors from phantom human skulls on Monday as part of the Cedars-Sinai neurosurgery department's 'Brainworks' ...

Sheriff's Department may revise policy on jail duty for deputies
Deputies who spend their entire careers working in lockups could be promoted to chief under a new fast-track proposal. But a recent survey finds that 80% of jail supervisors would not want to continue the duty. Sheriff Lee Baca, left, talks to captain ...

Prior misconduct claims against teacher caught JSerra unaware, officials say
Ricardo Aldana was suspended and later dismissed from a teaching job at Hawthorne High School in 2003 after allegations of inappropriate behavior. He is now charged with seven felony counts of lewd acts on a 14-year-old female student he met at JSerra ...

Obamajam, Again? The President Is in LA Tomorrow
President Barack Obama is returning to Los Angeles Wednesday for another campaign fundraising visit, and he'll follow that up with a trip to Orange County for more of the same. So, naturally, Angelenos are already bracing for a potential Obamajam, ...

USC Women Host Crosstown Clash With UCLA
It's crunch time for the USC women as they make a final push in Pac-12 play, sparked by a dramatic and important overtime win at Cal last week. The Trojans (13-11, 7-6 Pac-12) ride the momentum of that road victory home to the Galen Center this week ...

LA County updating beach regulations
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today signaled its intention to do away with old rules that prohibited football games and Frisbee flying on county beaches. Last week, the board approved updated policies regarding lifeguards, ...

Gold Line backers reach accord with Monrovia landowner
The construction authority overseeing the rail project's extension from Pasadena to Azusa will pay the property owner $24 million to settle six suits over the price of 4.8 acres needed for a maintenance yard. By Dan Weikel, Los Angeles Times Facing a ...

LA County sheriff's deputy alleges colleague pointed gun at him
Sgt. Mark Moffett says it was one of many threats against him over the years in a vendetta by Sgt. Timothy Cooper, who was recommended for a demotion but got a 15-day suspension. By Robert Faturechi and Jack Leonard, Los Angeles Times It was just ...

Personal car-sharing is a new twist on auto rentals
Early adopters in the sharing movement are letting renters take their autos through Web-based services, which get up to 40% of the fee. There's even an app for finding the closest car. Emily Castor, right, has rented her Honda Civic to Brendan Lin ...

President Obama to Arrive in LA Wednesday
President Obama is expected to attend a variety of re-election fundraisers during a short stay in Southern California. By Conan Nolan and Julie Brayton President Barack Obama will be back in the Southland Wednesday for a pair of high-dollar re-election ...

LA City Council redistricting discussions turn nasty
Old rivalries resurface, fraud is alleged and activists renew their efforts as the deadline nears for approving a new high-stakes map of City Council districts. One of the contested redistricing proposals would place most of the downtown area in the ...

The AFCI's 2012 Locations Show Will Be Held June 15-16 at the Los Angeles ...
The AFCI's 2012 Locations Show Will Be Held June 15-16 at the Los Angeles ...

LAPD's vehicle impound reforms put on hold
The Police Commission delays a final vote on new rules on the impounding of unlicensed drivers' vehicles after a nonpartisan state agency issues a report questioning the legality of the plan. By Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times The Los Angeles Police ...

LA County supervisors respond to Frisbee fine furor
Erroneous reports that LA County had enacted a $1000 fine for playing football and Frisbee on beaches flashed around the world and brought protests. The panel ordered staff to rewrite the rules to make them more clear. A student at Loyola Marymount ...

Guard arrested on suspicion of smuggling cocaine into jail
A jailer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has been arrested on suspicion of smuggling cocaine into Men's Central Jail with intent to sell it to inmates. Remington Orr, 24, who is not a deputy but has worked for the last four years as a ...

Deputy in Mel Gibson rant case settles suit against LA County
Deputy James Mee had alleged that his supervisors retaliated against him for resisting requests to remove the actor's anti-Semitic slurs from an initial arrest report. By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times The deputy who arrested Mel Gibson in 2006 ...

Forecast: Slow, steady improvement for Los Angeles County economy
By Karen Robes Meeks Staff Writer A Boeing C-17 Globemaster III takes off from the Long Beach Airport on Tuesday. (Stephen Carr / Press-Telegram) Economically, the healing is under way throughout the region, but it's still far from making a full ...

Ex-Coyote Johnson gets a chance in the NBA
Ivan Johnson, who played for Cal State in 2006-07, has become the first Coyotes player to play in the NBA with the Atlanta Hawks, who took on the Lakers at Staples Center on Tuesday night. (Robert A. Whitehead Cal State San Bernardino) LOS ANGELES ...

USC v. UCLA Basketball: Tonight's USC Campus Championship Game
by DCBruins on Feb 15, 2012 5:20 AM PST in Basketball One of Chianti Dan's most "brilliant" moves was to have UCLA plays its home games on the USC campus. There is no defending this move and tonight UCLA will be the ultimate non-home home game against ...

Ideas for throwing a picture-perfect Oscar party at home
You may not be nominated or even have a ticket to the Academy Awards, but you can still make Hollywood's big night a blast by hosting your own picture-perfect Oscar bash. (KABC Photo) LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- You may not be nominated or even have a ticket ...

Ferry 'Disheartened' by Lack of Notice About New Sheriff Station
By Mark Archuleta, KHTS AM-1220 | Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012 Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry said he was caught off guard by a decision from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to place options on land outside the city limits for the ...

1000 Car Horn Symphony
By Alysia Gray Painter The car horn is one of those things we tend to think we, ourselves, can use differently than everyone else. If we lean on it for five seconds we are well within our right to speak our mind about something happening outside of our ...

MOCA holds annual Teen Night
By Erin Chan | 12:59 PM | Posted in Feature | A museum is rarely the most popular place to be on a Saturday night. But this past weekend, masses of high school students flocked to the Geffen Contemporary in Little Tokyo for a night of provocative art, ...

Unresolved Sexual Tension: Secret Weapon of the CBS Crime Drama
by Evan Shapiro on 2012-02-15 08:13:21 In addition to my day job, I teach a class at NYU on the Television Industry. Each class, in addition to a specific lesson plan, the students and I usually touch on the top shows of the week — what they watch, ...

Zina Bethune, Actress and Choreographer, Dies at 66
"Who's That Knocking at My Door" star was struck on the side of the road by oncoming traffic while attending to an injured animal. Zina Bethune, an actress, choreographer and dancer, died in the early morning hours Sunday after she apparently left her ...

Nina Menkes: Cinema as Sorcery at UCLA
Based in Los Angeles and trained at UCLA's film school, Nina Menkes has made five feature films in 26 years, all of them appropriating Hollywood genres — noir, horror, procedurals — as raw matter for wildly nonlinear works dedicated to scrambling ...


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