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Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants to cut 669 city positions, raise retirement ...
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants to cut 669 city positions, raise retirement ...

Officials investigate possible special treatment on car impound for...
Officials investigate possible special treatment on car impound for...

America Hates Los Angeles, Poll Says
The poll taken by Public Policy Polling surveyed 900 American voters from April 12 to 15 and asked them whether they had a favorable or unfavorable opinion of 21 cities. Los Angeles didn't finish last, but we came pretty close: 33 percent of people ...

Salvadorans hope dedication of square spurs more recognition
An intersection west of downtown LA is named for an archbishop slain in El Salvador's civil war. Backers hope to see a community corridor designated and to spur more civic engagement. White doves are released Saturday at Vermont Avenue and Pico ...

Rodney King discusses memoir at LA Times Festival of Books
Now 47, beating victim Rodney King is coauthor of 'The Riot Within: My Journey From Rebellion to Redemption.' He expresses forgiveness toward the police officers who beat him March 3, 1991. Rodney King signs an autograph for a fan at the Los Angeles ...

Mistakes on beam place Bruins at close third at NCAA gymnastics championships
By MANSI SHETH DULUTH, Ga. — Senior Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs landed her aerial flip on beam leaning backwards and began slightly flailing her arms, trying regain her balance, but lost the battle. Despite being one of UCLA's most consistent beam workers ...

GLAAD Awards 2012 Winners Include 'Modern Family,' 'Becoming Chaz'
During a Saturday ceremony in Los Angeles, the watchdog group also recognized Focus Features' "Beginners" as outstanding film and honored "Hunger Games" star Josh Hutcherson and Chaz Bono. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation on Saturday ...

UCI stuffs UCLA
Speraw sends mentor Scates into retirement as 'Eaters advance to MPSF semifinals against top-ranked USC on Thursday. By Barry Faulkner IRVINE — UC Irvine junior Kevin Tillie grew up in France and played his first two collegiate men's volleyball ...

Mora turns up practice intensity
By MIGUEL MELENDEZ / SPECIAL TO THE REGISTER LOS ANGELES – There was the good: The defense recorded three interceptions and running backs ripped off big runs; the bad: quarterbacks threw three interceptions; and the ugly: linebackers Patrick Larimore ...

Brian Calle: Unions the culprit in LA insolvency
By BRIAN CALLE When the nation's second largest city teeters on the verge of bankruptcy, local elected officials – and especially taxpayers elsewhere – ought to take it as a wakeup call and ponder the evident public policy blunders that laid the ...

Local leaders look to strengthen U.S.-China relations
'We'd all be out of our minds if we didn't create the same kind of relationship with China that we built with Japan or Germany after World War II,' says billionaire investor Charlie Munger. Dominic Ng, CEO of Pasadena-based East West Bankcorp, ...

Will Lakers and Clippers Meet in NBA Playoffs?
The city of Los Angelas is having a great pro sports year right now. The LA Kings are up 3-0 over the top seed Vancouver Canucks in the NHL playoffs. The Los Angeles Dodgers have the best record in major league baseball. To top it off both the Lakers ...

OC Bookly at the LA Times Festival of Books
By Andrew Tonkovich Sun., Apr. 22 2012 at 8:00 AM I've attended nearly all of the previous 16 years of the annual Los Angeles Times books festivals, this one again on the campus of USC. There was that one year I missed, when the bibliochild was born ...

Fire Victim: "Everything We Own … It's Gone"
By Toni Guinyard and Jason Kandel A fire broke out to businesses early Sunday, April 22, 2012 on Maple Avenue in the Fashion District of Los Angeles. Lily Shirazian's family-owned clothing store was destroyed in an early Sunday blaze in the Fashion ...

Vista L.A.: Healthy changes in Latino community
By Jovana Lara and Danny Romero LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- There's a growing awareness about what it means to live a healthy lifestyle. From national campaigns targeting urban communities to local businesses providing healthier options - we wanted to find ...

Mother of 9-year-old victim in shooting spree directed at Arizona ...
Mother of 9-year-old victim in shooting spree directed at Arizona ...

101-year-old man missing from home; LAPD asking for public's help
Lazaro Gamez is shown in this 2007 Department of Motor Vehicles image, provided by the Los Angeles Police Department. (KABC Photo) LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A 101-year-old local man is missing from his home, and Los Angeles police are asking for the ...

Blind fashion designer aims to make TV shows
Mason Ewing, blinded at 15, is successful as a fashion designer in Paris. Now he wants to create a teen comedy and a dramatic series for television. Able to see only vague combinations of light and shadow, fashion designer Mason Ewing has artists ...

Parolees released in LA try to stay on straight and narrow
By Christina Villacorte, Staff Writer Parolees Chris Ruiz, left, and David Kupihea are maintenance apprentices and work on making a new screen at Amistad de Los Angeles, on April 18, 2012. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer) Arnold Ruiz was once ...

Bomb squad finds that suspicious package at USC is harmless
Students in a USC dorm and some attendees of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books were evacuated Sunday after police received a call about a suspicious bag on the campus, authorities said. The suspicious bag, which was taped shut, was reported about ...

2 state bills on teacher misconduct pass hurdles
The California Senate bill would modify the dismissal process for teachers accused of serious misconduct involving sex, violence or drugs. The Assembly bill deals with a wider range of offenses. By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times Two bills dealing with ...

Solar power producers hesitate to embrace new DWP program
A DWP pilot program will let solar power producers reduce their bills and sell excess energy, but some say they're worried the new system will be plagued by the same problems as an older system. Percy Vaz, chief executive of Amcal Multi-Housing Inc., ...

LAPD, city have changed since the riots, panel agrees
Reflecting on the civil disturbance after the verdict in the beating of Rodney King, former Dist. Atty. Gil Garcetti, civil rights attorney Connie Rice and LA Times columnist Jim Newton say a diverse Police Department and better leadership have ...

Regency Resources Unveils Breakthrough Business Model
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/23/12 -- Regency Resources, Inc. (OTCBB: RSRS) ("Regency" or the "Company"), a development stage company aiming to offer an in-depth portfolio of content for Internet TV distribution, is pleased to announce that ...

Bruin Bites: Shabazz's Workout, Brown to SMU, Al Scates Profile, White Mamba ...
Bruin Bites: Shabazz's Workout, Brown to SMU, Al Scates Profile, White Mamba ...

Jeremy Bernard, Los Angeles Politico, Excels as White House Social Secretary
By Patrick Range McDonald Mon., Apr. 23 2012 at 7:00 AM We were perusing the New York Times on Sunday and came upon a major story in the Style section about White House social secretary Jeremy Bernard, who, according to all reports, is doing a bang-up ...

Poll: Americans Don't Like LA
By Jessica N. Flynn Public Policy Poll from April 12-15 of 900 American asking is they "like" or "dislike" Los Angeles. Los Angeles might be the second largest city in the United States, but according to American voters, their impression of the city of ...

TCA Jed Root Agency Opens Los Angeles Branch
Jed Root, who founded one of New York's most esteemed agencies for photographers, hairstylists and makeup artists, opens a LA branch with talent agent Tracy Christian. The Jed Root Agency is one of New York's top agencies for photographers ...

San Marino man sentenced to 10 years in $9 million mortgage fraud and tax ...
San Marino man sentenced to 10 years in $9 million mortgage fraud and tax ...

Twin Ports At Forefront Of Green Technology And Standards - Long Beach Business Journal
By Sean Belk - Staff Writer April 24, 2012 - It might not be the perfect marriage, but expansion and environmental initiatives go hand in hand at the San Pedro Bay ports, where keeping an eye on cargo containers is just as important as gauging ...


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