Los Angeles (LA) Chinese Resources
VPNDada: Best VPNs for China
Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About


News Archive
Home > Los Angeles News

Los Angeles News 04/2012 (Page 6)



A teachable moment for Deasy, teacher
The superintendent's tiff last year with a substitute teacher in a South LA honors composition class diverts attention from systemic problems keeping students from progressing. LA schools Supt. John Deasy isn't apologizing for arguing with a South LA ...

Separate bullet-train track through Whittier area canceled for now
By Mike Sprague, SGVN An Amtrak train rides through the intersection at Marquardt Ave. and Rosecrans Ave. in Santa Fe Springs. (Keith Durflinger/Staff Photographer) A proposed high-speed rail track from Los Angeles to Anaheim has been abandoned - at ...

LA County supervisors campaign for funds in lightly contested races
With little, if any, competition for reelection, Don Knabe, Michael D. Antonovich and Mark Ridley-Thomas are building huge war chests, continuing a surreal tradition in local politics. It's election season at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors ...

Judge rejects Trutanich's ballot description
Siding with one of the city attorney's main rivals in the race for DA, the judge rules that Trutanich's attempt to call himself 'Los Angeles chief prosecutor' on the June election ballot is misleading. However, he will be able to use the description ...

BASEBALL: Dodger Stadium has had its moments
By Tom Hoffarth, Staff Writer The Chicago Cubs' Rick Monday runs away with a US flag that was about to be burned by protesters during a game at Dodger Stadium on April 25, 1976. (James Roark / Associated Press) The 2012 season marks the 50th ...

UC Davis pepper-spray report to be released without most cops' names
UC system and police union reach tentative agreement allowing public disclosure of the investigation into campus police tactics at an Occupy protest last fall. The close-range pepper spraying of the Occupy demonstrators at UC Davis triggered national ...

LA County could receive far less than expected in property taxes, estimates show
Last year, Assessor John Noguez estimated that the county property tax base would grow by almost $18.7 billion for the next fiscal year. But he revised that figure to $5.1 billion last week. The drop could lead to cuts in law enforcement, education and ...

County gives some homeless convicts priority in housing
Supervisors approve a plan allowing some parolees and probationers the first chance at Section 8 vouchers for federal housing. Officials say the rule seeks to aid low-level offenders. By Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times Homeless convicts on probation ...

Poll: Nearly half of Angelenos back idea of downtown NFL stadium
The survey, conducted by the Center for the Study of Los Angeles, also found that many don't think the project should be granted special breaks. Skye Sverdlin, left, and Aron Gonzalez, members of the group Bring Back the Rams, wait at City Hall for the ...

UCLA's Billie Weiss named 'local hero' for her work in communities affected by ...
UCLA's Billie Weiss named 'local hero' for her work in communities affected by ...

Intertainment Media Announces Investment in Independent Music Platform Tunezy ...
Intertainment Media Announces Investment in Independent Music Platform Tunezy ...

Leads360 Unveils Next Generation Sales Automation - Driving Intelligent Sales ...
Leads360 Unveils Next Generation Sales Automation - Driving Intelligent Sales ...

Dodgers celebrate 50 years in Chavez Ravine at home opener
Police will be out in force after a violent attack at last year's opener caused serious injuries and resulted in criminal charges. 56% off! $25 for $50 voucher towards food and drinks at Sopranos plus a $7 Dessert! LOS ANGELES – Police will be out in ...

Alex Proyas to Direct Adaptation of Robert Heinlein's Novella THE UNPLEASANT ...
Alex Proyas to Direct Adaptation of Robert Heinlein's Novella THE UNPLEASANT ...

New Weekly Farmers' Market Launching This Month at The Autry in Griffith Park
Yippie ki yay! There's a new weekly farmers' market launching at the end of the month at The Autry National Center in Griffith Park. Combining a pretty amazing piece of LA landscape and supporting local growers and vendors, The Autry Farmers Market ...

Pencil This In: Kienholz's 'Barter Show' at Barney's Beanery; Indian Film Fest ...
Pencil This In: Kienholz's 'Barter Show' at Barney's Beanery; Indian Film Fest ...

Mattingly confident Loney will turn it around
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 04/10/12 4:25 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said he's not worried about James Loney's slow start offensively. "For me, the biggest concern is that he starts panicking and doing something different," ...

Doctor faces discipline from illegal pot clinic
By COURTNEY PERKES / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER A Los Alamitos doctor, who was punished last year after a plastic surgery patient died, is facing more California Medical Board discipline stemming from his work at a beach-front medical marijuana clinic ...

Los Angeles Police Dismiss Hit-and-Run as Cause of Cyclist's Injuries
By Melissa Pamer Los Angeles police believe a hit-and-run is not the cause of serious injuries to a bicyclist who said she had a late-night altercation with a driver that sent her to the hospital. The Friday night crash -- which left 42-year-old Los ...

LA Unified board OKs new parent center at Miramonte Elementary
The Board of Education approves the $143535 project to relocate and update the center at the school, which was beset by misconduct charges against two teachers this year. By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times Miramonte Elementary, the school beset this ...

Parents in fiscally strapped Saugus schools consider foundation
The Santa Clarita district gets the least amount of state aid per student of any district in LA County and faces a shortfall of almost $7 million. A foundation would raise funds to help fill the gap. By Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times When Jackie ...

A 50th anniversary at Dodger Stadium, with a sober undertone
Hundreds of LAPD officers provide security at the stadium, a reminder of the opening day beating last year of Giants fan Bryan Stow. Fans have mixed feelings about the police presence. The American flag is unfurled during the national anthem on opening ...

Jazz Age ruler of an LA gambling empire had a softer side
Milton C. Page, now 87, recalls his dad as more than a slice of LA history. From left, Al Wertheimer, actor Spencer Tracy, Milton Page and his father, Milton "Farmer" Page, at the Clover Club on Sunset Boulevard in the 1930s. (Courtesy of Milton Page ...

Dispute threatens emergency flights for injured children
Helinet Aviation, which transports organs to local hospitals, as well as young patients and medical teams, is facing an eviction order at Van Nuys Airport from a former partner. Helinet President Alan Purwin says: “It is not practical or realistic to ...

City looks into saving never-opened children's museum in Lake View Terrace
By Dakota Smith, Staff Writer LA City Councilman Richard Alarcon held a Holiday Open House in the Children's Museum building in Lake View Terrace on Dec. 21, 2009. The museum has never opened to the public. (Andy Holzman/Staff Photographer) The City ...

Beach Boys and Dodgers at 50: Good vibrations all around
By Jill Painter, Staff Writer The Beach Boys sing the National Anthem on Opening day at Dodger Stadium. Photo by David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News. (David Crane) Dodgers Andre Ethier watches his hit go over the wall in the bottom of the 8th inning at ...

Punitive Damage Claim for Excessive Force Can Proceed Against LA County, Judge ...
Punitive Damage Claim for Excessive Force Can Proceed Against LA County, Judge ...

Custom Multi-Photo Canvas Collages Now Available at CanvasWorld.com
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/11/12 -- CanvasWorld.com (www.canvasworld.com), an innovative online provider of affordable, high-quality canvas pictures, is extremely pleased to offer custom multi-photo collages that can be quickly created, ...

Remembering the '97-'98 Chevy S-10 EV
By Gary Witzenburg In the 1990s, GM's Advanced Technology Vehicles Division developed and built the revolutionary, bullet-shaped EV1 electric two-seater and then gave up on it three years later after low consumer response. Only a few hundred EV1s were ...

3rd Eye Cam Sales Increasing for Concierge Technologies
SAN FRANCISCO, April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Concierge Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: CNCG) announced today that its majority owned subsidiary Wireless Village, doing business as 3rd Eye Cam, has entered into an agreement to supply over 1000 high ...


online bankruptcy | local realtors | traumatic brain injury lawyer | Private Jet | debt settlement website | local long term care | link | home loan


Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About
© Copyright by LA4Chinese.com. All rights reserved.