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Cypress Hill Rallies Marijuana Advocates for SmokeOut at City Hall
By Sean J. O'Connell Fri., Mar. 2 2012 at 8:24 AM Around 4:20 yesterday afternoon about 150 people marched in protest to recent federal threats to medicinal marijuana. The event was organized by Americans for Safe Access, the Music & Medicine Project ...

Arraignment for Doctor Accused in Prescription Drugs Overdose Deaths
By Jason Kandel Attorney Larry Eisenberg filed five wrongful death lawsuits against Dr. Lisa Tseng, accusing her of doling out prescriptions for pain killers like Vicodin, Opana and Zanex, which led to fatal overdoses. Arraignment is scheduled for a ...

Here's More On Events Planned As Bixby Knolls Welcomes 340 Ton Rock's Arrival ...
Here's More On Events Planned As Bixby Knolls Welcomes 340 Ton Rock's Arrival ...

The rock falls behind schedule, resting in Chino
The 340-ton boulder makes stop in Chino on Friday, March 3, 2012. The boulder is traveling from a quarry in Riverside County to Los Angeles. The massive, 340-ton boulder making its way to a Los Angeles museum fell behind schedule Friday, stopping short ...

Arrests made in connection with burglaries
By Anna Bitong Authorities expect to make additional arrests in connection with a string of residential burglaries that netted hundreds of thousands of dollars, mainly in cash and jewelry, in Thousand Oaks and other cities in Ventura, Los Angeles and ...

Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings ...
Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings ...

Emerson College Readying $110M LA Campus to Strengthen Hollywood Ties
By Brent Lang Boston-based Emerson College will host a groundbreaking ceremony next Thursday for the $110 million Hollywood campus that it hopes will help strengthen its ties to the entertainment and media business. Designed by architect Thom Mayne and ...

Villaraigosa calls for city to get special treatment on schools
At a meeting with US Education Secretary Arne Duncan and the mayors of New York and Chicago, he suggests a waiver from the No Child Left Behind program — an option that's only been available to states. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, ...

Community Health Fair set Saturday in Pomona
The WesternU Student Government Association, New Direction Community Church, Claremont Toyota, Valley Vista Services, State Farm agent Nona Tirre and state Sen. Gloria Negrete McLeod also are sponsoring the fair at New Direction Community Church, ...

The rock lags behind, still attracts crowds
By Steve Scauzillo, Staff Writer The 340-ton boulder makes stop in Chino on Friday, March 3, 2012. The boulder is traveling from a quarry in Riverside County to Los Angeles. (Watchara Phomicinda/Staff Photographer) Rockhounds, retired truckers and ...

Radio Hosts Agree to 'Sensitivity Training' After Calling Whitney Houston a ...
Radio Hosts Agree to 'Sensitivity Training' After Calling Whitney Houston a ...

Slain ICE agent was subject of complaints, court documents show
An ACLU attorney wrote two letters complaining about Ezequiel Garcia's 'abusive and coercive' techniques involving a 2010 workplace raid. He was killed last month after shooting his supervisor in Long Beach office. By Paloma Esquivel, Los Angeles Times ...

District adjusts rules in classroom
Los Angeles Unified has barred lessons involving blindfolds and classroom-made butter in the wake of a teacher sex scandal at Miramonte Elementary School. The district sent a memo to principals on Feb. 23 saying blindfolding might be negatively ...

UCLA BASKETBALL: Howland focuses on character
By Vincent Bonsignore, Staff Writer LOS ANGELES - A reflective Ben Howland took questions Thursday after UCLA routed Washington State in its second-to-last regular-season game. The Bruins finish up the season at 11 am today at the Sports Arena against ...

Man who found a deep sense of purpose in Occupy LA is mourned
Members of Alex Weinschenker's family by birth and his recent family by choice join in celebrating the life of the 23-year-old. The protest movement was the turning point of Alex's life, his father says. Watching Alex Weinschenker's casket being ...

US obscenity trial focuses on fetish films
Ira Isaacs defends himself as a 'shock artist' against charges of producing and mailing obscene material. The trial was delayed after revelations that the judge's website contained explicit material. Ira Isaacs, left, is shown with his attorney Roger ...

It's Politics: Study finds LA area second in political corruption
California (and the Los Angeles area more specifically) found its way onto an infamous list compiled by the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Political Science in a report released this year. California ranks second in the nation in ...

Story Idea Starters for News Writers and Bloggers for the Week Ending March 2 ...
Story Idea Starters for News Writers and Bloggers for the Week Ending March 2 ...

Can Dan Guerrero And Ben Howland Restore Order In Westwood?
by Patroclus on Mar 3, 2012 5:00 AM PST in Basketball Yesterday morning, I wrote a post looking at the pattern of permissiveness in the basketball program, but under the athletic department's leadership more generally. While this week's SI article ...

Saving desert tortoises is a costly hurdle for solar projects
BrightSource Energy has spent $56 million so far to protect the endangered creatures, but calamities have befallen the effort. Biologist Larry LaPre observes an older male desert tortoise. (Mark Boster, Los Angeles Times) By Julie Cart, ...

Dodgers, Angels Tickets Go On Sale
PHOENIX, AZ - SEPTEMBER 28: Matt Kemp #27 of the Los Angeles Dodgers warms up on deck during the Major League Baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on September 28, 2011 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Dodgers defeated the Diamondbacks ...

UCLA Vs. Washington: Bruins Complete Weekend Sweep With 75-69 Win
Lazeric Jones had 20 points and five assists to lead the UCLA Bruins to a 75-69 win over the Pac-12 leading Washington Huskies on Saturday afternoon at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The win snapped a four-game losing streak by UCLA to Washington and ...

Woman found in Burbank died near Tujunga, police say
After initially reporting the case as a suspicious death, police now say a woman in her 30s found dead in a Burbank driveway was the victim of a yet-to-be specified crime. However, a man who would only identify himself as "local business owner" said he ...

Proposed legislation bodes ill for California's food trucks
A state assemblyman wants to significantly limit where lunch wagons can operate, keeping them even farther from schools than marijuana dispensaries. His legislation could put many of the mobile kitchens out of business just as the industry is surging ...

Parents pitch in to build library at school near Whittier
Using bookshelves, signs and lighting fixtures bought at a Borders close-out sale, volunteers work evenings and weekends for months to transform an empty bungalow into a brightly colored reading haven at Aeolian Elementary. Cindy Waugh stacks books on ...

USC falls again; UCLA up next
The Trojans end the regular season with a 43-38 loss to Washington State, their ninth consecutive defeat. They meet the Bruins in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament. 50% off! $35 For a One Hour Signature Therapeutic Massage with Aromatherapy oil ...

LA mayor says he would not OK LA/Ontario International Airport sale at this time
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has said he would not approve the sale of LA/Ontario International Airport until the real estate market bounces back. The mayor cited his financial obligation to taxpayers as a reason. The mayor made the comments ...

Audit of water agencies sought in southeast LA County
Assemblyman Ricardo Lara seeks to review rates, infrastructure and administrative costs, legal fees and other factors that may be contributing to steep hikes in rates customers pay. Maria Arizmendi, a retired LA County worker who lives in Bell, ...

Rush Limbaugh Apology Not Enough Says Black Media Coalition
*LOS ANGELES – In response to Clear Channel Media Holdings nationally syndicated talk show host Rush Limbaugh's apology for calling a Georgetown University law student a “slut” for testifying on Capitol Hill about women's access to contraception, ...

KINGS 4, DUCKS 2: Carter makes his presence known for LA in defeating Anaheim
By Greg Beacham AP Kings center Jeff Carter celebrates his goal during the second period of their NHL hockey game against the Anaheim Ducks, Saturday, March 3, 2012, in Los Angeles. Jeff Carter doesn't understand why everybody keeps trying to tell him ...


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