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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 5)



Obama Campaign Mum on Pro-Marriage Democratic Platform
By Andrew Harmon The Obama campaign isn't directly commenting on a growing number of national campaign co-chairs and congressional Democrats calling for a pro-marriage equality platform for the party. In a conference call Wednesday with reporters, ...

Fate of ex-LAPD detective Stephanie Lazarus in hands of the jury
By Linda Deutsch AP LOS ANGELES - Jurors who entered the mysterious world of DNA evidence when they began hearing the case of ex-police detective Stephanie Lazarus resumed deliberations Wednesday on the allegation that she murdered a romantic rival 26 ...

Lawyers Fight Over Johnnie Cochran's Name
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - A partner at The Cochran Law Firm claims in Superior Court that an attorney tried to wrest control of the name of the firm's famed founder, Johnnie Cochran, and dissipated the firm's assets by, among other things, ...

Nickelodeon Brings Back Popular 90's Game Series 'Figure It Out' Greenlighting ...
Nickelodeon Brings Back Popular 90's Game Series 'Figure It Out' Greenlighting ...

Los Angeles Zoo's new reptile house to open
The LAIR — for Living Amphibians, Invertebrates and Reptiles — was five years in the making and will be one of just a few reptile houses to open in North America in the last decade. Groundskeeper Ross Hendricks spruces up at the "LAIR," a new ...

LA County Sheriff's Department accused of racist abuse
A group of Antelope Valley families and a deputy file a claim with LA County that seeks damages for alleged episodes involving two deaths, a beating, the false detention of a woman and harassment. By Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times As federal ...

'Desperate Housewives' creator says character was killed off for lack of love ...
'Desperate Housewives' creator says character was killed off for lack of love ...

LA County looks for ways around federal mailing requirement
Many food stamp recipients are homeless, and letters sent to them by the county go uncollected. The mailings cost $390000 last year. Officials are exploring emailing as an option. By Ari Bloomekatz, Los Angeles Times Los Angeles County spent $390000 ...

California legislative committee approves audit of water rates
After complaints about rising bills, a state legislative committee agrees to audit several LA-area water agencies, examining how they set rates and how they spend public funds. By Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times Responding to complaints about rising ...

'Zoot Suit' comes to Santa Ana College
Acclaimed play: Santa Ana College will present the acclaimed Luis Valdez play "Zoot Suit," a fictionalized account of the 1942 Sleepy Lagoon case in Los Angeles, beginning Thursday, March 8. The SAC production of "Zoot Suit," which debuted in 1978, ...

Public Notices, March 8
Public notices inform you about government actions, environmental conditions and economic changes. They alert you when the interests of your family, your neighborhood or your business are affected by what others do. Also, public notices invite you to ...

Top China Film Executive Touring Hollywood Studios, Meeting With Bruce Willis
Han Sanping, chairman of the powerful China Film Group Corporation, quietly arrived in Los Angeles on Sunday with a delegation from the country. One of China's top film executives is quietly making the rounds for meetings at Hollywood studios this week ...

Marine's daughters held 13 hours after he was shot, attorney says
The girls, ages 14 and 9, were held for questioning and allegedly not allowed to be with their mother after their father was killed by an Orange County sheriff's deputy at San Clemente High. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Jay Michael Auwae, right, ...

California political watchdog investigates 3 in Bell scandal
The Fair Political Practices Commission suspects that former City Administrator Robert Rizzo and two former councilmen violated conflict-of-interest and gift-giving laws in 2010. Former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo's purchase of plane tickets ...

Koreatown's bond to Herb Wesson is breaking amid redistricting
As LA City Council President Herb Wesson works to push his district farther into Koreatown, leaders in the community are uncharacteristically fighting back. William Min, left, joins dozens of angry people at an LA City Council meeting this month to ...

The Valley Line: Peering into the orchestra's Crystal Ball
Michael Rosen, from left, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra chair; Jeffrey Kahane, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra director/honoree; Joyce Fienberg, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra vice president and gala chair; and Eugene Shutler, Los Angeles Chamber ...

Teen Fights to Lower R-Rating on "Bully" Movie
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A 17-year-old student from Michigan traveled to Los Angeles on a mission to change the rating on a movie about bullying. Katy Butler hand-delivered a petition on Wednesday with more than 200000 signatures to the Motion Picture ...

Carson High Fights: LAUSD Insists "campus has no current racial issues"
Officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District insist that the fights that broke out during the Wednesday morning snack break at Carson Senior High School had nothing to do with racial tensions. In fact, according to Los Angeles School Police ...

Man shot by El Monte police in Temple City dies
By Brian Day, SGVN A man shot and wounded by El Monte police in Temple City earlier this week has died, authorities said Thursday. The 27-year-old El Monte man's name was not released pending confirmation that his next of kin had been notified, ...

Size works to UCLA advantage in win over USC
To continue advancing in the Pac-12 men's basketball tournament, UCLA knows it is going to have to shoot better than it did in Wednesday's first-round 55-40 victory over USC. Thursday would be a good day to start improving on the 33.9 percent they did ...

UCLA homeless aid group headed to White House
By Julie Gruenbaum Fax A UCLA student group that supports the homeless is headed to the White House, one of five initiatives to win the White House's Campus Champions of Change Challenge. The White House selected 15 finalists from hundreds of ...

340-Ton Megalith Rock Comes to USC
By Brooke Theodora USC is about to play host to a pretty monumental "guest"-- all day on Friday, a 340-ton granite megalith is going to be parked outside Exposition Park as it makes it journey through Los Angeles. Part of the exhibit Levitated Mass by ...

PETA opens Echo Park headquarters with bark and bite
The animal rights group does the right thing by renovating an 82-year-old building, but places a pugnacious billboard ad with one of its gross-out stunts about medical experimentation on cats. By Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times People for the Ethical ...

Tamar Galatzan: LAUSD parents can't afford budget denial
By Tamar Galatzan The current financial crisis for the Los Angeles Unified School District is heartbreaking, infuriating and real. Research-tested programs that are a lifeline to thousands of people are likely to be eliminated completely, ...

Arizona Adjusts, Bruins Don't. U.C.L.A. Eliminated 66-58
by gbruin on Mar 8, 2012 5:48 PM PST in Basketball This afternoon, with their NCAA hopes on the line, UCLA faced one of the worst Arizona teams in memory, and they still couldn't match up. The Bruins showed why they ultimately did not deserve to win ...

Council to ponder letting NFL use Rose Bowl
By Adolfo Flores, [email protected] The Pasadena City Council is expected to go forward next week with a full environmental study for temporarily hosting an NFL team at the Rose Bowl. The study, if it is approved by the council Monday, ...

Ex-detective found guilty in cold-case murder
By LINDA DEUTSCH AP FILE - In this July 29, 2009 file photo, former Los Angeles detective Stephanie Lazarus appears in court in Los Angeles. Lazarus on Thursday, March 8, 2012 was found guilty of the 26-year-old murder of the wife of her former lover ...

32 films compete on the big screen in the Los Angeles Student Media Festival
By Bob Strauss, Staff Writer The second annual Los Angeles Student Media Festival kicks off at 5 pm Saturday at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood. The brainchild of City Councilman Paul Krekorian, who hosted a similar but smaller festival when ...

Prostitution sting in Sun Valley nets 34 arrests in 20 hours
By Dakota Smith, Staff Writer A man is arrested for soliciting a prostitute during a prostitution sting conducted by LAPD s Foothill Division in Sun Valley, California on Wednesday, March 7, 2012. (Andy Holzman/Daily News Staff Photographer) An arrest ...

Influential LA-area wine collector accused of fraud
Rudy Kurniawan, whose purchases drove up rare wine prices worldwide, is charged with trying to sell $1.3 million in counterfeit French Burgundy at auction. Wine collector Rudy Kurniawan is shown in 2005. He was arrested by FBI agents at his Arcadia ...


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