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Los Angeles News 04/2012 (Page 7)



LA City Council set to proclaim today as Jackie Robinson Day
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles City Council is expected to approve a resolution declaring today Jackie Robinson Day in Los Angeles, four days before the 65th anniversary of his breaking baseball's color line. Scheduled to attend today's City Council ...

This year, more Angelenos than ever get Passover aid from local agencies
By Ryan Torok This year, more than 1000 Los Angeles families in need received food from organizations that provide assistance specifically for Passover. During the weeks leading up to the first seder, on April 6, visitors to distribution sites set up ...

Daughter of slain Pacoima woman files wrongful death suit against...
Daughter of slain Pacoima woman files wrongful death suit against...

UCLA Mistakenly Sent Acceptance Letters to 894 Waitlist Students
By Jonathan Gonzalez Nearly 900 high school seniors still don't know whether they'll be strolling around UCLA this fall after the school accidentally sent them acceptance letters. Each year, thousands of high school seniors apply to top-ranked UCLA ...

NFL in L.A.: From hope to skepticism
Michael Lev column: Years of false starts have left this football follower dubious about the league's oft-rumored, yet-to-be-accomplished return to the Los Angeles market. 67% off! 3 Hour Single or Tandem Kayak Rental at Newport Fun Tours for $29 By ...

County libraries offer lots of activities in Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland and ...
County libraries offer lots of activities in Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland and ...

City looks into saving never-opened children's museum in Lake View...
City looks into saving never-opened children's museum in Lake View...

At Mt. Rock Radio, students find their passion as air apparents
The student-run station at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut has become a rock 'n' roll Eden to about a dozen broadcasting students who live and breathe radio. Mathew Bissontz, aka Waffles, hosts his college rock radio show at Mount San Antonio College ...

Deadly shooting revives concerns about USC's neighborhood
Police suspect that a lone gunman shot two USC graduate students early Wednesday, possibly during a robbery attempt. Although crime has fallen, perceptions that the area is dangerous persist. LAPD detectives canvass the neighborhood where a man and a ...

The keys to community togetherness
'Play Me, I'm Yours' takes pianos to the streets of Los Angeles County for three weeks for anyone to play. ¿Play Me, I¿m Yours¿ places pianos in locations that include LA Live and Monterey Park, USC and UCLA, as well as Santa Monica Pier and Old ...

State senators say they won't rush bullet train plans
As California's high-speed rail leaders get set to approve a plan for the $68-billion system, some state legislators are putting on the brakes, saying the June budget deadline may be missed. By Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times The plan to build the ...

Scheduling conflict alters broadcast schedule
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 04/11/12 10:47 PM ET Charley Steiner and Steve Lyons filled in for Scully, while Rick Monday and Kevin Kennedy handled the radio end on AM 570 Fox Sports Los Angeles. The game also was the first Spanish-language television ...

Voter fraud allegations raise possibility of challenge in Vernon
City officials threw out six ballots in Tuesday's City Council election, giving Michael Ybarra the victory over Councilman Daniel Newmire. The incumbent is exploring ways to contest the result. The city of Vernon owns nearly all of the residential ...

LA City Council wants less buzz from its swarm of gadflies
In response to recent outbursts, lawmakers propose moving the public comment period to the end of their meetings and weigh whether to pull the plug on TV coverage. Council President Herb J. Wesson Jr. said changes in the public comment process are ...

Many say LA is safer 20 years after 1992 riots, poll finds
Survey finds that many LA residents perceive the city as safer and as having better race relations than in 1992, when rioting left 54 people dead and caused more than $1 billion in property damage. A new survey finds that the members of four main ...

Proposed Venice observation wheel spurs parking, traffic concerns
The 200-foot-tall attraction would be just west of the boardwalk and offer a 15-minute ride. City parks officials say the goal is to create a reason for people already visiting the beach to stay longer. By Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times A British ...

LA community colleges settle with firm over billing allegations
Gateway Science & Engineering, accused of improprieties, will keep its contract and fund a pilot program to uncover potential conflicts of interest among contractors in the Mission College building program. By Carla Rivera, Los Angeles Times The Los ...

Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range; Ventura County ...
Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range; Ventura County ...

101 Freeway in Woodland Hills shut after deadly pursuit
A reckless driving suspect who led officers on a freeway pursuit was shot by officers on the 101 Freeway in Woodland Hills on Wednesday, April 11, 2012. (KABC Photo) By Melissa MacBride and John Gregory WOODLAND HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Part of the ...

Nation's Top Recruit Shabazz Muhammad Picks UCLA for "Challenge"
By Jonathan Lloyd Shabazz Muhammad is considered one of the nation's top high school recruits. And, he's pretty good at dunking. A few words from the nation's top-ranked high school basketball player gave UCLA fans reason for optimism after a ...

ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THE MAKING OF PSYCHO Gets New Title and Begins Principal ...
ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THE MAKING OF PSYCHO Gets New Title and Begins Principal ...

Police: USC Officials May Offer Reward in Killings
By Melissa Pamer USC graduate students Ming Qu, left, and Ying Wu, right, were killed by a gunman as they sat in a BMW in the West Adams District west of campus early April 11, 2012. As police continue to search for suspects in the recent off-campus ...

Woody Allen's 'To Rome With Love' to open the 2012 LA Film Fest
Woody Allen's latest film, "To Rome With Love," is going to Los Angeles (hopefully with love) this June. It was chosen as the opening night film for the annual Los Angeles Film Festival. "Rome" stars Penelope Cruz, Judy Davis, Alec Baldwin, Ellen Page, ...

2nd grader allegedly molested by 5th graders
NORTH HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Parents are demanding answers amid allegations that a second grader was molested by two fifth graders on campus. An investigation is under way into the alleged incident at Carlos Santana Arts Academy, but many parents ...

Protesters Rally Around HIV-Positve Busboy Suing For Wrongful Termination
By Irene Moore Protestors rallied in front of The Ivy on Robertson Boulevard, claiming that the restaurant discriminated against an HIV-positive former busboy. Protestors rallied in front of celebrity hotspot The Ivy on Robertson Boulevard Thursday ...

Cantlay talks about Masters and going pro
By DAMIAN DOTTORE / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER He competes in a sport that hardly gets noticed in the NCAA. Some attending UCLA probably didn't even realize that the Bruins fielded a golf team until Patrick Cantlay started to become arguably the most ...

Dodgers to speak at Robinson's high school
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 04/12/12 10:03 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- A contingent of Dodgers present and past will visit Jackie Robinson's high school to talk about the trailblazer's legacy in advance of Jackie Robinson Day. Current Dodgers players Dee ...

Freeway pursuit ends in youth's death as LAPD fires 90 shots
Grieving family describes Abdul Arian as being 'afraid of guns,' but details of his life paint a clouded portrait ending in gunfire on the Ventura Freeway. LAPD officers watch as a tow truck removes a former patrol car driven by Abdul Arian during a ...

California bullet train plan approved by state rail agency
The blueprint is amended at the last moment to include the goal of service to Orange County. The project now needs the approval of the Legislature. An artist's depiction of a high-speed rail depot. (California High-Speed Rail Authority / April 12, ...

Leonard Cohen's ex-manager guilty of harassment, violating orders
An LA County jury convicts Kelley Lynch, 55, the former business and personal manager of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen. Kelley Lynch, left, former business manager for singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, appears in court with her public defenders, ...


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