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Los Angeles News 04/2012 (Page 3)



Decades later, bitter memories of Chavez Ravine
The Dodgers prepare to mark the 50th anniversary of the stadium in Chavez Ravine. For the neighbors who were uprooted from the site, it's a somber milestone. Tony Montez, 81, left, Pete Urrutia, 80, Albert Elias, 80, and Al Zepeda, 74, stroll a dirt ...

Almost 100 Square Miles in LA County Quarantined for Citrus Disease
By Samantha Tata Los Angeles County has 93 square miles of quarantined land after agriculture officials found a potentially devastating citrus disease in the Hacienda Heights area. Almost 100 square miles in Los Angeles County have been quarantined ...

Mattingly expects tough competition in April
By Alden Gonzalez / MLB.com | 04/04/12 8:55 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- When manager Don Mattingly looks at his team's April schedule, he doesn't see that 20 of the Dodgers' 23 games are against teams that missed the playoffs last season, or that 14 will come ...

LA council moves ahead on ban of paper and plastic bags
The LA City Council will consider a committee's recommendation that paper and plastic bags be banned in phases from supermarket checkout lines. A Ralphs supermarket in Malibu, where plastic bags are banned, reminds shoppers to bring their reusable bags ...

Coliseum panel again bars public from discussion of proposed USC deal
The commission also continues to keep the lease plan under wraps. A Coliseum official declines to tell the stadium's landlord why the turnover is in the works. Coliseum commissioners Barry A. Sanders and Zev Yaroslavsky, also an LA County supervisor, ...

American League West 2012 Season Preview: What The Angels Are Up Against
By Bill Hanstock - Contributor The Los Angeles Angels made offseason moves that made them contenders to take the AL West this year. Here's a look at their division rivals. Apr 5, 2012 - The 2011 season marked the second straight year that the Los ...

Former CFO of Irvine-based Trustin arrested for embezzlement
A former chief finanancial officer for an Irvine-based company was ordered to be returned to California after being arrested for embezzling approximately $16 million from his employer, announced Steven Martinez, Assistant Director in Charge of the ...

Grooveshark Intensifies It Efforts to Enforce Its Subpoena Against Digital ...
Grooveshark Intensifies It Efforts to Enforce Its Subpoena Against Digital ...

NFL STADIUM: AEG details Farmers Field traffic plans
By Dakota Smith Staff Writer To help ease traffic from its proposed 73000-seat football stadium in downtown Los Angeles, Anschutz Entertainment Group is proposing to widen freeway ramps, direct fans to public transit and use smartphone technology to ...

Ron Paul draws overflow crowd at UCLA town hall meeting
LOS ANGELES - Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul used an appearance Wednesday night before an overflow crowd at Straus Stadium at the Los Angeles Tennis Center at UCLA to reiterate his calls for a smaller federal government and to change the ...

Albert Pujols, Mark Trumbo add deep meaning as Angels beat Dodgers
The otherwise inconsequential exhibition finale, an 8-3 Angels win at Dodger Stadium, is spiced up by tape-measure home runs from Angels' Albert Pujols and Mark Trumbo against Dodgers' Nathan Eovaldi. Angels first baseman Albert Pujols hits a home run ...

Turning 100 in Hollywood: The Beverly Hills Hotel, Clive Davis' Home Away From ...
Turning 100 in Hollywood: The Beverly Hills Hotel, Clive Davis' Home Away From ...

'Small Engine Repair' & 'Re-Animator the Musical' Win Big at LA Weekly Theatre ...
'Small Engine Repair' & 'Re-Animator the Musical' Win Big at LA Weekly Theatre ...

The kids are not all right
By André Coleman 04/05/2012 A year before my father died in 1975, he was driving on Altadena Drive near Lake Avenue when two white Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies pulled him over. Before Dad could get his license out, one of the deputies yanked ...

Wilson High Reform Approved by Superintendent
By EGP News Report Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy has approved 19 Public School Choice 3.0 plans, 12 of which only received provisional approval, the school district announced March 29. “These proposals are both ...

Angry Adult Ed Suppoters Threaten Recall of LAUSD Board Members
By Gloria Angelina Castillo, EGP Staff Writer Charging that the Los Angeles Unified School District school board plans to eliminate adult and early childhood education in June, concerned adult students and educators took to the streets twice last week ...

Annette Bening, Ed Harris, and Robin Williams to Star in Romantic Drama LOOK ...
Annette Bening, Ed Harris, and Robin Williams to Star in Romantic Drama LOOK ...

Denver Firm Building 157 More Canyon Country Apartments
[Archstone] – Archstone, a Denver-based apartment investment and operations company, announced Thursday it has begun construction on a brand-new rental townhome development in Santa Clarita in a joint venture with Resmark Apartment Living, ...

Karagiosian trial: Burbank police detective awarded $150K in discrimination case
A jury today awarded an Armenian American police detective $150000 for claims that he faced on-the-job discrimination and harassment because of his ethnicity, his attorney said. The detective who filed the lawsuit, Steve Karagiosian, testified in Los ...

Without those lottery riches, she's no longer Mega-maniacal
She was convinced Lady Luck was behind her and that she had a winning ticket. But her numbers didn't come in, and now she's out of the lottery business. Time for another get-rich-quick scheme! Cynthia Sims, left, and Regina Quiroz buy Mega Millions ...

Environmentalists feeling burned by rush to build solar projects
Local activists say national groups, focused on renewable energy, ignore projects' threat to the Mojave. Ileene Anderson, left, of the Center for Biological Diversity and April Sall of the Wildlands Conservancy, standing in the Mojave Desert near Death ...

Trade Tech College foundation's former chairman quits board
Darryl Holter has been criticized for letting the group's executive director get lavish perks. In a letter Holter decries a 'toxic brew of personal vendettas' and pointedly criticizes the college president. By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times The ...

Football stadium plan bets many fans would leave cars at home
Anschutz Entertainment's environmental report assumes 27% attending games in downtown LA would use public transport on weekdays, and 18% on weekends. Anschutz Entertainment Group President Tim Leiweke, right, and Tom Bateman of Bring Back the Rams ...

So-called knock-knock burglars targeting affluent neighborhoods
The thieves drive into wealthy communities and target those houses whose owners appear to be away. A task force made up of officers from Glendale, the LAPD and the LA County Sheriff's Department has arrested 22 suspects. Sgt. Sonia Monico of the Los ...

Villaraigosa says city attorney's office gave fire agency bad advice
LA's mayor accuses City Atty. Carmen Trutanich's office of blocking the release of detailed data showing how quickly firefighters arrive at emergencies. The office dismisses the mayor's legal analysis. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Los Angeles Fire ...

Reagan's daughter co-leads alzheimer's support group at UCLA Medical Center
By NICOLE CHIANG Every Monday evening, a group meets in Room 3-3102 of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. The people who gather have one thing in common: Their lives have been touched by Alzheimer's disease, which affects the brain and causes ...

Porn Industry Fights Back Against L.A. County Condom Initiative
By Dennis Romero Fri., Apr. 6 2012 at 7:01 AM After the city of LA passed a law requiring that condoms be used at studio porn shoots in Los Angeles, you'd think this battle was over. But it has only just begun. The LA-based porn industry's lobbying ...

Woman shot to death in North Whittier ID'd
WHITTIER - A woman who was shot and killed at an apartment complex in unincorporated North Whittier was identified today. | POLICE NEWS Melissa Lopez, 22, was found by deputies who were dispatched at 3:53 am Wednesday to the 4100 block of Workman Mill ...

LA sheriff's captain allegedly took inmate out to play golf
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Los Angeles County sheriff's captain is being investigated for allegedly taking an inmate out of jail and going golfing. Cpt. Jeff Donahue reportedly took professional golfer-turned-jewel-thief Frank Carrillo out of the Avalon ...

SoCal gas price decreases 8 cents over past 16 days
LOS ANGELES - The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County declined today for the 15th time in 16 days, dropping nine-tenths of a cent to $4.305. The average price is 4.8 cents less than a week ago and 7.2 cents ...


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