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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 6)



LA Unified board games
In the once-in-a-decade redrawing of school board districts, some close to the current process see the mayor's guiding hand. Bennett Kayser won election to LA school board District 5 last May. He's been a thorn in the mayor's side ever since, ...

Seedy Hollywood alleyway becomes a welcoming pedestrian thoroughfare
Organizers hope EaCa Alley is just the first of many such rehabs in the neighborhood — but new obstacles add to the challenge. Restaurant tables are beginning to spring up in EaCa Alley, a once-seedy Hollywood alleyway that has been spiffed up into a ...

Pasadena to weigh step toward temporary NFL use of Rose Bowl
PASADENA - The City Council will consider Monday whether to conduct a $400000 environmental study that would pave the way for the Rose Bowl to host an NFL team for up to five years, officials said Thursday. Rose Bowl General Manager Darryl Dunn said ...

Final UCLA Basketball Roundup: Unable to get Over the Hump
by DCBruins on Mar 9, 2012 5:19 AM PST in Basketball There will be plenty of time to discuss the season as we go forward. This roundup will focus on the immediate news and the last game. Of course all the stories are trying to make the loss last night ...

Man accused of drugging, raping baby-sitter may have more victims
Authorities are seeking more possible victims of a 53-year-old Norwalk man who has been arrested on suspicion of drugging a baby-sitter he hired for his children and sexually assaulting her in his home. Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said Kevin ...

Officials raid alleged pot-growing ring in San Gabriel Valley
By Brian Day, Staff Writer A Los Angeles County sheriff's official holds an uprooted marijuana plant at a home in the 19700 block of County Hollow Drive in Walnut on Thursday, March 8, 2012. (Watchara Phomicinda/Staff Photographer) A task force of ...

CHP Cop Gets 50-Years in Prison For Killing Husband
Tomiekia Johnson was convicted of the first-degree murder of her husband, Marcus Lemons, who died Feb. 21, 2009 By Jason Kandel A former California Highway Patrol officer convicted of first-degree murder for the 2009 shooting death of her husband was ...

Ex-LAPD detective found guilty of killing romantic rival in 1986
Stephanie Lazarus is emotionless as she is convicted of beating and shooting the wife of a man who had spurned her. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck issues extraordinary apology to the victim's family. By Joel Rubin and Andrew Blankstein, Los Angeles Times A ...

Suit Seeks to Block LAPD Impound Policy
A group of civil rights attorneys filed the complaint on Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court. By Jason Kandel The Los Angeles Police Commission will tackle the department's impound policy on Tuesday. Chief Charlie Beck wants to ease the penalties ...

Arraignment delayed in overdose deaths
Dr. Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng will enter a plea and seek bail at an upcoming hearing. 50% off! $20 for $40 Worth of Desserts, Coffee & Cupcakes at The Queen's Bakery By ALEJANDRA MOLINA / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Arraignment was delayed for a Rowland ...

Benefit Corporations Redefine Business As Usual
James Brennan remodeled his home in Mar Vista to utilize ever inch of sunlight touching his rooftop. Solar panels were once just a way for Brennan to lessen his damage on the environment. Now through the company Open Neighborhoods Community Solar, ...

Class Calls Clippers Owner a Slumlord
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - LA Clippers basketball team owner Donald Sterling willfully ignored fire-safety regulations at his "unsafe and dangerously maintained" West Hollywood apartment building, three tenants claim in Superior Court class ...

The Punks Take the Stage With "American Idiot"
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - When Jake Epstein was 12, he convinced his parents to let him see a Green Day concert with his best friend. His life was never the same. “It was our first time seeing a live band perform like that in front of that many people, ...

New Reptile House Has Betty White On Board
By Phoebe Unterman For those skeptical of entering a building creeping and crawling with more than 100 snakes, lizards and frogs, Betty White's recommendation could be a deal-breaker. The 90-year-old actress teams up with Guns N' Roses' Slash in the ...

LAUSD To Vote On Misconduct Resolutions
LAUSD will confront several issues next week in light of concerns expressed toward the district's management of teacher misconduct cases. The LA Unified Board of Education will vote at its Tuesday meeting on two resolutions drafted to reorganize ...

Beacon of Justice Award Reception to honor Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye
THE Friends of the Los Angeles County Library honors Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye for her distinguished record of service to the legal community and her dedication to advancing the cause of justice. Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is a ...

Jail inmate's death linked to medication
George Rosales died two days after being struck in the head by a deputy, but a coroner's investigation blames an inflamed and hemorrhaging pancreas, possibly linked to drugs given for mental illness. By Robert Faturechi and Jack Leonard, ...

Former CHP officer given 50 years to life for killing husband
The judge rejects a plea for leniency, sentencing Tomiekia Johnson to two consecutive terms of 25 years to life for shooting Marcus Lemons in the head during a roadside argument in Compton. Former CHP Officer Tomiekia Johnson was sentenced to two terms ...

LA Times wins Worth Bingham Prize for Investigative Journalism
The LA Times is honored for its six-part series detailing waste and mismanagement in a $5.7-billion program to rebuild Los Angeles' community colleges. The $20000 Bingham Prize is administered by Harvard University. A team of Times journalists has won ...

Veterans find an ally in fight against homelessness
Serene Haven offers former members of the armed forces a place to live with rent subsidized by US vouchers. They also get counseling and help with substance abuse and job placement. Serene Haven has helped Donald Gentry, 57, who hugs his daughter ...

VINCENT BONSIGNORE: Pac-12 championship game final act of a forgettable season
By Vincent Bonsignore, Staff Columnist There's a timeout on the floor, a popular song blares from the loudspeakers and the big-screen TV on the scoreboard flashes shots of unsuspecting couples as fans urge them to kiss. At Staples Center it's called ...

Peek into mind of a serial arsonist
Detective Ed Nordskog of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Arson-Explosives Detail. (Brian Day/Staff) LOS ANGELES - Ed Nordskog has spent 21 years as a detective, 16 of them investigating arson. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Arson-Explosives Detail ...

Sean Young Off the Hook After Guard-Slapping Oscars Arrest
Sean Young won't face any charges after allegedly slapping a security guard at an Oscars after party last week -- this according to the LA City Attorney. You'll recall ... the "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" star was arrested at the Governors Ball when ...

US jobless rate remains at 8.3 percent, but economy shows evidence...
US jobless rate remains at 8.3 percent, but economy shows evidence...

Huge rock -- and its entourage of 100 -- draw crowds in final mile to LACMA
By CHRISTOPHER WEBER, AP Crowds gather to watch a 200-foot-long transporter almost three freeway lanes wide carry a 340-ton granite boulder, standing 21 feet, 10 inches high and measuring 32 feet across to its new home at the Los Angeles County Museum ...

Oscar-winning doc 'Undefeated' does gangbusters in Memphis
Here's a box office story antidote to all those depressing sentiments regarding the $100 million write-off that is "John Carter." As Austin's South by Southwest Film Festival forges ahead this week, it's worth remembering that last month's ...

Corvette driver booked in Bellflower when car hits SUV, killing one
BELLFLOWER -- A 39-year-old man in Bellflower was booked on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony drunken driving when he crashed his speeding Corvette into a sport utility vehicle, killing the motorist and injuring a passenger, a Los Angeles ...

Fans flock to Flogging Molly's rambunctious Anaheim bash
By GEORGE A. PAUL / FOR THE REGISTER Flogging Molly leader Dave King is among a select batch of songwriters whose sharp, socially conscious lyrics give working-class standard-bearer Bruce Springsteen a run for his money. Evidence can be found amid the ...

No. 4 USC Women Pick Up Pac-12 Win Over WSU
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. -- The No. 4 USC women's tennis team captured its first Pac-12 win in today conference opener with Washington State. The Trojans took early control and stayed on task in working their way to a 6-1 win over the visiting Cougars today ...

UCLA Pulls Out A 7-6 Heartstopper In Georgia For Ninth Straight Win
by Ryan Rosenblatt on Mar 10, 2012 3:11 PM PST in Baseball The game came down to the bottom of the ninth inning and the tying run was standing at third base. If nothing else, the thousands in attendance at Foley Field on Saturday afternoon could not ...


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