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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 17)



Magic Johnson's Group Wins Bid For LA Dodgers
By Samantha Tata LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 17: Earvin 'Magic' Johnson hugs general manager Mitch Kupchak after the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics in Game Seven of the 2010 NBA Finals at Staples Center on June 17, 2010 in Los Angeles, ...

Revelations about LA County sheriff's air unit shock board
At a Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, a sheriff's air unit captain accuses a sergeant of flying relatives in a department helicopter. By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times New allegations of misconduct within the Los Angeles County Sheriff's air ...

New Alaska Airlines terminal dedicated at LAX
The $238-million remodel of Terminal 6 aims to improve the airport experience for the flying public, with improvements to bag check, ticketing, security screening and waiting areas. In the upgraded Terminal 6 lobby, travelers encounter two large oval ...

Parents' effort to fix failing Adelanto school comes to a head
After weeks of controversy, school officials are expected to decide whether to approve the parents' petition for dramatic changes at Desert Trails Elementary under a landmark California law. By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times Mojave Desert school ...

LA Mayor Villaraigosa accused of trying to stifle criticism of LAFD
AP source: MLB approves Dodgers' finalists LOS ANGELES - Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's staff is working behind the scenes in an effort to silence public criticism of the Los Angeles Fire Department, the head of the firefighters' union told the City ...

UCLA Anderson Forecast again predicts slow recovery
By Andrew Edwards Staff Writer UCLA Anderson Forecast economists, borrowing a phrase from comic actor Larry David, will advise those attending their quarterly presentation today to "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and accept the likelihood that job growth and ...

UCLA Football: 2012 Spring Football Preview of Bruin Special Teams
by AHMB on Mar 28, 2012 7:00 AM PDT in Football Continuing our 2012 spring practice preview, and in this installment of our on-going multi-part (program overview, head coach and coordinators, individual positions coaches - first part here, ...

LA Dodgers fans looking forward to team's future with Magic Johnson
Los Angeles Dodgers fan Mike Narhara holds up the sports section of a newspaper featuring a story on the sale of the Dodgers to a group including Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson. (KABC Photo) LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Dodgers fans are looking ...

Bail-review hearing set for ex-Coliseum GM from Torrance
LOS ANGELES - A bail-review hearing was scheduled today for former Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum General Manager Patrick Lynch, who faces embezzlement charges in connection with an alleged bribery and kickback scheme. Lynch, who lives in Torrance, ...

House Shoes To Release "Let It Go" Debut, Danny Brown, Black Milk Featured
by Jake Paine Exclusive: The Detroit Hip Hop keystone teams with Tres Records for a June studio debut featuring Nottz, Greneberg, Guilty Simpson and a Hex Murda interlude. Detroit, Michigan Hip Hop veteran House Shoes has had a hand in releasing early ...

Grammy winning rock giants Creed in concert
Los Angeles, CA - Grammy winning rock giants Creed have announced they have added more dates in Connecticut, DC, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver and Kansas City to their very special US tour. The band will be performing their blockbuster albums ...

Hollywood dream couturier Angelo C. Santos
Several weeks ago, the Los Angeles Times devoted several pages in its feature of the winners of the glittering Red Carpet Green Dress Contest during the 84th Academy Awards. The award was won by actress Missi Pyle, who wore the stunning and sustainable ...

UCLA Gymnastics - Pac-12 Champions and on to NCAA Regionals
by freesia39 on Mar 28, 2012 12:00 PM PDT in Other Sports Once again, we would like to congratulate the UCLA Gymnastics team for winning the inaugural Pac-12 Championships and their 17th overall conference title. The Lady Bruins are now moving onto ...

It's Magic! Dodgers sale has fans, experts abuzz
The announcement that a group including Magic Johnson would take control of the Dodgers from Frank McCourt had Dodger fans and observers abuzz. "The Dodgers and their fans deserve better than the McCourt family circus. Two thumbs up from me," reader ...

County Opens Youth Offender Education Center in Lancaster; Saugus Next
[LA County Office of Education] – Los Angeles County's top education and probation officials cut the ribbon today on the largest hands-on vocational training program for youth offenders in the juvenile court school system. Located at the Challenger ...

Ex-Miramonte teacher denied bail reduction
Ex-Miramonte Elementary School teacher Mark Berndt is shown in court on Wednesday, March 28, 2012. (KABC Photo) DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A former South Los Angeles-are teacher accused of gagging students and feeding them semen-laced cookies was ...

This just in from the District Attorney's office
LOS ANGELES - The former general manager of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - indicted last week on charges of conspiracy and embezzlement for allegedly stealing from the stadium - pleaded guilty today and agreed to pay the alleged loss of $385000 by ...

Lady Antebellum at Staples Center: Concert Review
The country-pop hitmakers return to the stage where they won Record and Song of the Year Grammys last year for a show that makes clear why they've merited their four-year club-to-sold-out-arena ascension. As the three members of Lady Antebellum left ...

LA's KJLH-FM to Host Town Hall Meeting on Trayvon Martin Case
KJLH's Front Page show hosted by Dominique DiPrima (center) shows solidarity with the nation over the death of Trayvon Martin by wearing their hoodies while broadcasting special coverage of the Martin case. Dominique is pictured with (l to r) Abeid, ...

Former Coliseum official pleads guilty to one count, avoids prison
Patrick T. Lynch must repay $385000 he allegedly received in a kickback scheme, but nine other counts are dropped. A legal observer questions the deal, but the prosecutor touts the restitution. Former Coliseum general manager Patrick T. Lynch, ...

Ex-general manager for LA Coliseum pleads guilty to conflict-of-interest charge
By Terri Vermeulen Keith, City News Service The former general manager of the taxpayer-owned Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum pleaded guilty Wednesday to a conflict-of-interest charge stemming from a yearlong investigation into alleged mismanagement of ...

Vernon launches investigation into voter registration
The city's ethics advisor has received complaints about a surge in new voters. One small home has nine registered voters, with six last names. By Sam Allen, Los Angeles Times The city of Vernon has launched an investigation of questionable voter ...

UC president backs Jerry Brown's proposed tax increase
UC President Mark Yudof warns the Board of Regents that big tuition increases will occur next year if the measure fails. He also says tuition could stabilize if tax revenues increase. Budget cuts "would be bad for the students, bad for the university, ...

Finding Falkenstein
By Sarah Spitz Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997), a female artist in her 50s, arrived in Los Angeles during the '60s when the mantra was "trust no one over 30" and when the art scene was dominated by hard-partying young men of the "cool school" who were ...

Judge: CNN Must Face Lawsuit From Deaf Group
CNN argued that the First Amendment gave it a pass from having to contend with a lawsuit over its decision not to caption its online videos. A California judge has rejected CNN's attempt to dismiss a lawsuit brought by The Greater Los Angeles Agency on ...

Magic Johnson's legacy grows with Dodger deal
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Earvin "Magic" Johnson's new role as Los Angeles Dodgers' co-owner is the latest chapter in his amazing journey. Johnson was selected first overall in the 1979 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers and played 12 full seasons with ...

911 caller arrested in Pasadena police shooting
Police allege Oscar Carrillo's call led to the fatal shooting of Kendrec McDade, a Citrus College student. Carrillo, whom police said lied about the presence of a gun, is accused of involuntary manslaughter. Anya Slaughter, left, and Kenneth McDade, ...

LAPD won't pursue red-light camera tickets in court
The city's decision to end the contract with the firm that operated the cameras means data needed for officers to testify won't be available. So many of the cases involving a trial could be dismissed. A red light camera at La Brea Ave. and Santa Monica ...

California women still lag in key categories
Women earn college degrees at a higher rate than men in California, but men still have advantages in leadership roles and earning power, according to an analysis by Mount St. Mary's College. The reasons for the gender gaps in math and science include ...

MVCPC To Celebrate Officers Of The Quarter
VAN NUYS, CA — The Mid-Valley Community Police Council (MVCPC) will celebrate and recognize the “Officers of the Quarter” on Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30 am The celebration will be held at Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Jean & David Fleming Building, ...


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