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Los Angeles News 04/2012 (Page 11)



Cheese is OK for dieters, health watchers - study says
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- When you are watching your weight and overall health, it is OK to say yes to cheese, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. When Danish researchers set out to find out what effects dairy products have on test ...

Memorial service Wednesday night for 2 slain USC students
LOS ANGELES - A memorial service will be held Wednesday night for two USC graduate students from China who were gunned down near the campus a week ago. Ying Wu and Ming Qu, both 23, were killed around 1 am April 11 in the 2700 block of Raymond Avenue ...

Budget Cuts: County to Close 56 Courtrooms, 1 in SCV
By Mark Archuleta, KHTS AM-1220 | Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2012 Calling it the “most significant reduction of services in its history” the presiding judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court system has announced the June 30 closure of 56 courtrooms and the ...

2nd USC shooting in a week: Suspect a gang member, police say
The suspect who was shot by USC security officers after allegedly robbing USC students near fraternity row early Wednesday is a documented Compton-area gang member who was on probation, Los Angeles police officials said. Jeremy Hendricks, 24, who is ...

Israel Is Back
By David Suissa by David Suissa, President Why would a thriving, diverse and boisterous Jewish community with a large Israeli population forgo an annual festival that celebrates the birth of Israel? As unlikely as it sounds, this is precisely what ...

Choicest of the choice
By Jonathan Kirsch Much has changed in the book business since the Los Angeles Times launched its Festival of Books 17 years ago, but the FOB — as it is fondly known — remains the premier event of the literary calendar for the more than 100000 ...

Pencil This In: $10 Beer Buckets, Gus Van Sant's 'Paranoid Park' & 'Couch ...
Pencil This In: $10 Beer Buckets, Gus Van Sant's 'Paranoid Park' & 'Couch ...

Chew On This: New Breakfast and Brunch Options, a Pig Roast, and Lots of Cocktails
Looking for a new breakfast spot? Cecconi's in West Hollywood just launched a new Breakfast Club menu that offers a choice of entrée served with coffee and fresh orange juice and grapefruit juice. The menu will be offered Monday-Friday from ...

Ex-convict arrested in string of car burglaries near movie studios
A Los Angeles man who was on parole is accused of breaking into cars near movie studios in Hollywood and elsewhere and stealing valuables such as cellphones, iPads and jewelry. Det. James Martinez, center, and Officer Michael Klee help Luis Montejano, ...

Girl, 11, won't be charged in death of classmate after fight
Joanna Ramos,10, died after she and a classmate fought after school in Long Beach. The LA County district attorney's office reviewed the unusual case for more than a month. A memorial for Joanna Ramos was set up at Willard Elementary School after the ...

Surfers Rise in Malibu Politics
Roughly 300 surfers, activists and residents watched the Malibu City Council on April 9. That's more than 2 percent of the population of Malibu. If the same percentage of Los Angeles showed up, it would be 90000 people. The citizenry was worked up over ...

Murder trial of former Oakland Raiders player ends in mistrial
Jurors failed to reach a verdict on whether Anthony Wayne Smith was involved in the killing of mechanic Maurilio Ponce on Oct. 7, 2008. By Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times The trial of a former Oakland Raiders defensive end accused of murder ended in ...

Armed robbery near USC deepens students' unease
An armed robbery on fraternity row ends in an officer-involved shooting and comes a week after two USC graduate students were killed near campus. 'I really don't feel safe right now,' one student says. By Stephen Ceasar and Rosanna Xia, ...

Pepperdine, 'Mr. Malibu' battle over sudsy runoff on beach
A blogger says the water is tainted by a sewage treatment plant that serves the university and has posted videos blaming the school. The university denies the accusation and has filed a libel suit. Cary ONeal at the Malibu site where he shot videos of ...

PAINTER: Now it's Kings, not Canucks, feeling the pressure
By Jill Painter, Staff Writer Los Angeles Kings center Brad Richardson, left, falls as he tries to pass the puck, with Vancouver Canucks right wing Alex Burrows on top of him during the second period of Game 4 in a first-round NHL Stanley Cup playoff ...

Prom dresses: Popular trends this season
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Young women across the country are on the hunt for their dream prom dress. I visited a couple of shops in the Southland and took a look at some of this season's popular trends in prom gowns. Unique Vintage is a clothing boutique ...

Memorial Concert for Vitaly Margulis
By Geoffrey Maingart Los Angeles, CA(Hollywood Today)4/19/12/—On Monday the 16 th of April, the family of the legendary pianist Vitaly Margulis performed in a memorial concert at UCLA Schoenberg Hall in a moving performance dedicated to their ...

Five Guys opening 2 units in north OC
While attending a restaurant industry conference in Los Angeles on Tuesday, I got an update on Five Guys' latest expansion plans. The industry veteran talked about the burger chain's successful West Coast expansion. His stores, in particular, ...

LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa focuses on transportation in State...
LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa focuses on transportation in State...

State Assembly Candidate Forum May 6
The Topanga Community Club (TCC) and the Progressive Democrats of the Santa Monica Mountains (PDSMM) will sponsor a forum on Sunday, May 6, 1 pm, at the Community House to introduce four candidates vying for election to State Assembly District 50, ...

Police Union Suing City of LA Over New LAPD Vehicle Impound Policy
The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) has decided to take their frustration to a judge, and has announced they will file suit against the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Department in response to the newly-implemented policies ...

Los Angeles riots commemoration events
By Ryan Torok Actor, playwright and social critic Anna Deavere Smith offers a rare glimpse into the violent upheaval of the LA Riots. In addition to performing excerpts from her Tony-nominated one-woman play, “Twilight: Los Angeles,” Smith discusses ...

20 years after the LA Riots
By Susan Freudenheim The remains of a commercial building smolder as another building burns out of control behind the smoke in Los Angeles early Thursday morning, April 30, 1992. Numerous fires were set and stores were looted following the verdict in ...

Working Group on Long-Range Plan of Southwest Museum Off to a Slow Start
By EGP News Report Nearly a year after Los Angeles City Council members approved a motion to form a working group to develop a long-range plan for reopening Los Angeles' first museum in Mount Washington, a council committee met Tuesday to begin ...

6 hurt, 3 critically, when car crashes into Reseda office building
LA city firefighters tend to the victims after a car went through the front entrance at the the 6800 block of North White Oak Avenue in Reseda about 9:30 am Thursday, April 19, 2012. (Gene Blevins/Los Angeles Daily News) RESEDA - Six people were ...

Phil Spector and Wife Sue City of Alhambra, Claim Property Damage
The lawsuit, filed Thursday, alleges that landslides caused by construction done by the city of Alhambra have made the couple's home uninhabitable. Jailed record producer Phil Spector and wife Rachelle Spector have sued the city of Alhambra over damage ...

Radio: 90 years on the air for KHJ and KFI
By Richard Wagoner, Radio Columnist Two of the oldest radio stations in America celebrated birthdays this week and last: Los Angeles stations KHJ (930 AM) and KFI (640 AM) -- using the same call letters they had in 1922 -- turned 90 on April 13 and 16, ...

In retirees' Man Cave, a return to the hobbies of youth
Outnumbered by the women at an Irvine senior living center, men rediscover the joy of model making that has been dormant since they were young. Along with trains and planes, they build fellowship. Bob Boddy, left, and Al Ladine with an airplane model ...

LAPD officer who cracked 'bling ring' case has advised on movie
The police investigator even plays himself in the film based on the Valley youths who burglarized stars' homes. Defense lawyers could impeach his testimony in the court case, which isn't over yet. Rachel Lee, Courtney Leigh Ames and Nicholas Prugo, ...

Governor joked about violating open-meeting law in talk with supervisors
A closed meeting between LA County supervisors and Gov. Jerry Brown is ruled to have violated California's open-meetings law. According to a transcript, Brown noted that questions could arise. Gov. Jerry Brown speaks at February's US-China Economy and ...


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