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Metro bus driver shot, killed in West Hollywood
The 51-year-old driver was leaving a layover area near Santa Monica Boulevard and West Knoll Drive when the lone passenger allegedly shot him. The passenger was taken into custody, but the motive is unknown. The scene on Santa Monica Boulevard, ...

CYCLING: Gesink adds his finishing touch
By Sam Strong, Correspondent Robert Gesink competes in the final stage of the Tour of California on Sunday in Los Angeles. He went on to win the event. (Jason Redmond / Associated Press) LOS ANGELES - Last year was not a good one for 25-year-old Dutch ...

Judge calls conservatorships a 'celebration of family'
In a unique collaboration of LA-area institutions, 15 families are awarded limited conservatorships for the protection of adult children with disabilities. Dora Hernandez kisses her 18-year-old son Erik, who is disabled, after a judge granted her ...

Game 4 shows Kings are human after all
The Kings couldn't finish Phoenix in Game 4, and the power play is a continuing mystery despite a 3-1 series lead. $18 for an Arena Level Ticket to Circus Vargas! By MARK WHICKER LOS ANGELES – The Kings hadn't lost a period of hockey since April 22, ...

Van Slyke's first homer lifts Dodgers over Cardinals
AP Pinch-hitter Scott Van Slyke connected for his first major league homer, a go-ahead, three-run shot in the seventh inning against his father's former team, and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied for a 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday ...

Solar Eclipse Delivers Ring of Fire 2012 Spectacle
In Los Angeles, thousands were gathered for the viewing party at the Griffith Observatory. Roads were gridlocked and many people hiked up through the Hollywood hills to reach the event. In the cloudless skies over densely populated southern California, ...

Murs Speaks On LACMA's "Through The Mic" Series, Rock The Bells, Supports Gay ...
Murs Speaks On LACMA's "Through The Mic" Series, Rock The Bells, Supports Gay ...

Photos: Phoenix Coyotes smother LA Kings 2-0 in Game 4
Cancel the coronation, or at least postpone it. The Phoenix Coyotes are still hanging around. Shane Doan scored two goals, Mike Smith made 36 saves in his third playoff shutout, and the Coyotes emphatically avoided playoff elimination with a 2-0 ...

Retired Judge to Bring Water Fight Neutrality
By REBEKAH KEARN LOS ANGELES (CN) - A retired judge from Placer County will sort out the tense legal battle between the city of Los Angeles and the small mountain community of Mammoth Lakes over water rights. The dispute concerns an attempt to move the ...

4 men arrested in Dodger Stadium parking lot brawl
By City News Service FILE - This April 10, 2012 file photo shows Los Angeles Police mounted patrol officers Steve Cooper, left, aboard Jimbo and Roger Johnson on Ranger watching Dodger fans arrive for the home opener baseball game at Dodger Stadium in ...

Was James Dean Gay? 'Joshua Tree, 1951' Takes an Unblinking Look at Legendary ...
Was James Dean Gay? 'Joshua Tree, 1951' Takes an Unblinking Look at Legendary ...

Spurs eliminate Clippers from NBA playoffs
By DAN WOIKE / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES -- Throughout the Clippers' season, they have turned to Chris Paul to win games. For the first three games of their Western Conference semifinals series with the San Antonio Spurs, he couldn't do it ...

Cannes 2012: UK's Pulse Films Opens US Offices
UK-based Pulse Films said Monday that it is expanding to the US with offices in New York and Los Angeles. Founded by Thomas Benski and Marisa Clifford, Pulse handles talent management, content development, production and execution across multiple ...

New Mobile App Locates LA Parking, Prices
By Olsen Ebright A new program unveiled Monday is poised to change the way Los Angeles drivers find and pay for parking, according to the mayor. The LA Express Park pilot program pairs real-time data from 6000 parking spaces to a mobile application ...

Brentwood Testifies on Green Hollow Square
By Victoria Talbot | May 21, 2012 Brentwood residents endured hours in a crowded, over-heated hearing room to participate in testimony on the Green Hollow Square development May 14. The Zoning Administration hearing was part of the process that will ...

Dr. Phil's Son Embroiled in 'PINK Method' Diet Fracas
By NICK MCCANN 2:31 PM PT LOS ANGELES (CN) - A women's fitness gym says Dr. Phil's son stole its name and branding to create the "PINK Method" diet and exercize system series sold on the TV show "Dr. Phil." Pink Iron, a women's fitness gym in Los ...

Ex-appraiser arrested in probe of assessor's office
By Ruben Vives and Jack Dolan, Los Angeles Times A former Los Angeles County property appraiser accused of improperly slashing the value on more than 100 Westside homes and businesses was taken into custody in Oregon on Monday, marking the first arrest ...

Former LA Times Journalist Speaks On Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, Tupac
by Sean Ryon The LA Times's Chuck Phillips revisits his 2008 report on Jimmy Henchman and why he still believes he organized the '94 robbery of Tupac Shakur. In 2008, former Los Angeles Times writer Chuck Phillips made headlines after using falsified ...

5K charity run/walk to be held at Arboretum in memory of brain cancer victim
By Brenda Gazzar, SGVN The second annual Eric Perry Memorial Run/Walk will take place on June 2 at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden. This courtesy photo was taken at last year's event, which raised just over $4000 for the American ...

4 men arrested after beating at Dodger Stadium
AP LOS ANGELES - A minor fender bender in a Dodger Stadium parking lot over the weekend led to the beating of a driver and the arrest of four people more than a year after a San Francisco Giants fan was left with brain damage after an attack on opening ...

LA gardener arrested on suspicion of selling city-owned gas
He and another man are accused of selling thousands of dollars of city fuel on the black market. A tipster saw sales being made from a city vehicle. By Andrew Blankstein and Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times A gardener for the city of Los Angeles has ...

LA City Council OKs $7.2-billion budget
Spending plan expands library hours and increases money for pothole repairs while eliminating 400 vacant jobs, but it delays action on layoffs. The Los Angeles City Council passed a $7.2-billion budget Monday, voting to cut 400 unfilled city staff ...

Checks to LA college foundation head appear forged, audit finds
The payments to the executive director of the Los Angeles Trade Tech college foundation totaled nearly $100000, an audit by the LA Community College District finds. By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times Nearly $100000 in checks made out to the head of a ...

New UCLA Recreation sports, kickball and seven-on-seven soccer, attract more ...
New UCLA Recreation sports, kickball and seven-on-seven soccer, attract more ...

Portraits of His People: A Tribute to Willie Middlebrook
By Paul Von Blum A major highlight of my research career has been to document and celebrate the vibrant tradition of African-American visual art in Southern California and throughout the United States. For well over 25 years, I have had the privilege ...

Not Only Could He Not Buy the Dodgers ...
Not Only Could He Not Buy the Dodgers ...

'Los Lobos: Kiko Live' Dated for Blu-ray
In an early announcement to retailers, Sony will be releasing 'Los Lobos: Kiko Live' on Blu-ray on August 21. Released in 1992, Kiko was embraced by fans and hailed by critics as the band's defining moment, the album that put Los Lobos back on the ...

LA Parks Employee Arrested For Allegedly Stealing, Selling City-Owned Gas
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A Los Angeles parks employee was behind bars on Tuesday for allegedly stealing hundreds of gallons of gasoline from city depots and selling it on the streets. KNX 1070′s Pete Demetriou reports the City Controller said the arrests ...

Man found in Hawaiian Gardens liquor store refrigerator killed by gunshot ...
Man found in Hawaiian Gardens liquor store refrigerator killed by gunshot ...

2 Charged With Capital Murder in USC Killings
By Melissa Pamer Bryan Barnes, 20, of Los Angeles, and Javier Bolden, 19, of Palmdale, were arrested Friday, May 18, in connection with the murders of USC graduate students Ying Wu and Ming Qu. Units first arrested Barnes and then boarded waiting ...


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