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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 10)



Testimony heard in "intelligent design" lawsuit
By Brian Day, Staff Writer LOS ANGELES -- The first full day of testimony was heard Thursday in the case of a former Jet Propulsion Laboratory computer techinician who has sued the company alleging discrimination based on his belief and distribution of ...

Syrian revolt marks 1-year; locals speaks out
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- On the first anniversary of the revolt in Syria, local Syrian Americans are speaking out against the violence. A year of protests and fighting has left more than 8000 people dead. Syrians first took to the streets last year to ...

Metro Reaches for the Holy Grail: A MetroRail/Airport Extension
GETTING THERE FROM HERE - The taxpaying commuters of LA City and County (to say nothing of the entire Southern California region) have demanded a first-rate, direct LAX/MetroRail access for decades, and after having personally fought for such a ...

LA Desperately Needs a More Competitive Convention Center
HERE'S MY NEW PLAN - What's missing from politics are good ideas. As a candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles, I am basing my campaign on good, realistic ideas, and on accountability. Last September, I presented my plan for Los Angeles to transition to a ...

Why the City Attorney Should Never be Allowed to Run for District Attorney
POLITICS - The objective of this article is not to discuss the current City Attorney and his being a habitual liar and manufacturer of evidence and too unethical to state his job title correctly for the ballot. Nor, shall I opine whether it would take ...

Dwayne Alexander, LA Job Corps counselor, slain in Hollywood
Dwayne Alexander, who worked as a counselor for LA Job Corps, is described as a 'gentle soul' the day after he was stabbed to death, allegedly by a student, in Hollywood. By Sam Quinones, Los Angeles Times As R&B singer Millie Jackson performed at ...

Azusa police officers awarded by civil-rights group for working to take down ...
Azusa police officers awarded by civil-rights group for working to take down ...

Brown scores 21 as short-handed Suns beat Clippers
Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin, left, and Phoenix Suns' Jared Dudley go after a loose ball during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Thursday, March 15, 2012. The Suns won 91-87. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) LOS ANGELES (AP) ...

'Hooded Bandit' wanted in 3 LA-area holdups
A search is under way for a suspect who may be linked to a string of robberies in the Wilshire, Pacific and West LA areas. (KABC Photo) LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A search is under way for a suspect who may be linked to a string of robberies in the Wilshire ...

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Concert Picks: Voomz, Niki & The Dove, Doran Danoff...

Doctor Pleads Not Guilty in Drugs Overdose Deaths Case
By Jason Kandel A Rowland Heights doctor accused of prescribing fatal doses of drugs to three patients has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and other counts. Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng remains jailed on $3 million bail while awaiting an April 30 ...

Sheriff aircraft staff intentionally missed calls, lawsuit claims
Investigators are probing allegations that supervisors within the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department air support division purposely delayed calls for emergency air support and maintained improper relationships with contractors at taxpayers' ...

Pasadena family shares the ballroom
Fraser family practices nearly every day for at least 90 minutes and has won first-place awards in international competitions. Holden Fraser, left, watches his sister, Grace, 14, and their instructor, Boris Rudenko, while rehearsing at Ballroom Blitz ...

Monterey Park man convicted of kidnapping woman, slit her throat and leaving ...
Monterey Park man convicted of kidnapping woman, slit her throat and leaving ...

Colleen Williams, Mary Harris, Del Armijo, Jose Hernandez and Eric Trujillo
Franky Carrillo walks the campus of Loyola Marymount University. His backpack is filled with books. His days are now filled with freedom. Carrillo spent 20 years behind bars for a murder he did not commit. While incarcerated, Carrillo earned his GED, ...

Hollywood's Green A-List Raises $500K for UCLA Environmental Institute
A benefit at Tony and Jeanne Pritzker's mansion, attended by Own Wilson and Lana del Rey, brings in more than half a million dollars for the university's five-year-old think tank. A glittering gathering of green Los Angeles' A-list at Tony and Jeanne ...

LA Unified haunted by an old deal
Teachers never imagined molestation cases when they won a deal to expunge unproven misconduct allegations from files after four years. Superintendent John Deasy is seen before the start of a public hearing at the headquarters of the Los Angeles Unified ...

LA councilman seeks report on emergency response-time figures
Dennis Zine's motion is a response to a recent revelation that the Fire Department has been reporting better response statistics than were true. By Robert J. Lopez, Los Angeles Times A Los Angeles councilman introduced a motion Friday that would order ...

Health, fitness and gym convention held in LA
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Health professionals keep finding new ways to help you get in shape. This week, 10000 fitness professionals, clubs and equipment-manufacturing companies are showing off their stuff in Los Angeles at the convention for the ...

Kevin Williams' Walk-Off Home Delivers UCLA Comeback Win Over Arizona St.
by Ryan Rosenblatt on Mar 16, 2012 9:10 PM PDT in Baseball #9 UCLA was down 5-0 against arguably the Pac-12's best pitcher, their ace had just been hit hard and they were going up against #11 Arizona St. It looked like the Bruins' 11-game win streak ...

Sheriff's Dept. accused of purposely not providing air support
LA County Sheriff's Department examines whether calls for aircraft to respond went unanswered so it would look like funding cuts were threatening public safety. Wasteful spending is also alleged. A Sheriff's Department rescue helicopter readies a cable ...

Doctor pleads not guilty in prescription drug deaths
Not swayed by her tears, a judge refuses to lower the $3-million bail for Hsiu-Ying 'Lisa' Tseng, who is charged with second-degree murder in the overdose deaths of three men. Physician Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng, flanked by attorneys Edward Welbourn, ...

Arco stations for sale as BP plans to leave Southland
Oil giant BP plans to sell its Carson refinery and local Arco gasoline operations and let leases expire on franchised Arco stations. By Ronald D. White, Los Angeles Times Oil giant BP will begin pulling out of Southern California next month as it steps ...

Black history competition aims to celebrate youths' academic prowess
The Black365 Knowledge Bowl Competition, a 'Jeopardy'-style contest in the Antelope Valley, quizzes high school students. The founder grew up with a limited view of paths open to young African Americans. Alexis Hithe, Jennifer Williams, ...

Snow White Art Show Opens in Los Angeles
Already the heroine of two upcoming Snow White movies, the Brothers Grimm “It” girl is the subject of a new watercolors exhibit by lowbrow artist Camille Rose Garcia. On Thursday night, Snow White -- who'll be the star this year of two upcoming movies, ...

Clippers welcome Billups back to Staples Center
AP LOS ANGELES—All Chauncey Billups had to do was show up and the mood in the locker room improved. "It's definitely bittersweet," Billups said. "I would just like to be walking in and putting my jersey on, of course, going out there and fighting with ...

Paul leads Clippers over Rockets 95-91
AP Los Angeles Clippers' Chris Paul, center, is defended by Houston Rockets' Courtney Lee, left, and Goran Dragic, of Slovenia, during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, March 17, 2012. LOS ANGELES—Chris Paul scored ...

California candidates set to battle in new political landscape
The changed primary system and new legislative and congressional districts will probably yield intraparty fights and a lack of third-party hopefuls on the fall ballot. More contested seats are possible too. The marquee contest this year is the costly, ...

Billups back with Clippers; Young comes home
By DAN WOIKE / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES - While the Clippers added a new face to their locker room Saturday, the sight of a familiar one had the players in a good mood before the game at Staples Center. For the first time since undergoing ...

Weary LA firefighters speak up
Longer runs to emergencies, a dysfunctional dispatch system and aging equipment are among dangerous problems. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, left, and Fire Chief Brian Cummings discuss response times and deployment at a March 13 news ...


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