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Memorial Day weekend starts cool in SoCal
LOS ANGELES - The start of Memorial Day weekend will be cool across Southern California, thanks to a deep low-pressure system that is expected to produce a stiff ocean breeze, a dusting of snow in the high country and high temperatures of only about 70 ...

Star High School Football Player Exonerated of Rape After Spending 5 Years in ...
Star High School Football Player Exonerated of Rape After Spending 5 Years in ...

New Los Angeles County parcel tax for storm-water treatment to be proposed to ...
New Los Angeles County parcel tax for storm-water treatment to be proposed to ...

Herrera in mix to take on leadoff role
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 05/26/12 9:10 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- When Matt Kemp returns to center field and Tony Gwynn returns to the bench, Don Mattingly's leadoff dilemma returns, too. The hope coming into the season was Dee Gordon would disrupt ...

Bay Area crowds see battleship Iowa off on final voyage
The World War II vessel passes beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, which is marking its 75th birthday, on its way to San Pedro, where it will become a museum. On May 26, 2012, the 79-year-old battleship Iowa is towed just beyond the Golden Gate Bridge and ...

For Marine's widow, Memorial Day has extra meaning
Staff. Sgt. Joseph Fankhauser was killed in Afghanistan last month when he stepped on an improvised explosive device. 'We live with death' in Explosive Ordnance Disposal, his wife, Heather, says. Photos in their home at Camp Pendleton show Marine Staff ...

UCLA Beats USC Again, This Time On Walk-Off Walk
by Ryan Rosenblatt on May 26, 2012 7:50 PM PDT in Baseball If you can't beat USC, let them beat themselves. That seems to be the plan for UCLA this weekend. The Bruins have struggled to string together hits, to keep Trojans off the bases and even ...

Eye on L.A.'s guide to cheap, delicious eats
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- One thing Los Angeles has no shortage of is incredible food. Eye on LA wanted to find the very best at the lowest prices and tracked down the most mouthwatering cheap eats in town! We teamed up with Los Angeles Magazine in this ...

College Notebook: Snyder discovers rowing success at UCLA
By Rhiannon Potkey Junior Mariko Synder helped the UCLA women's rowing team reach the NCAA Championships this season. The Agoura High graduate didn't start rowing until her freshman season at UCLA. The assistant women's rowing coach at UCLA had sent a ...

LA's Old Chinatown ponders a future with Wal-Mart
By John Rogers, AP The Old Chinatown Central Plaza is reflected in the window of a restaurant in the Chinatown section of Los Angeles, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. America's historic Chinatowns, home for a century to immigrants seeking social support and ...

Our View: Assessor should step aside during probe
TWO years ago, when John Noguez was running for county assessor, one of his endorsers described him as "someone with outstanding experience and the ability to ensure a fair, accurate assessment roll while providing the kind of public service they ...

Dorothy Lucey?s Farewell On ?Good Day LA?
After 17 years with Good Day LA - co-workers say goodbye to Dorothy Lucey on Friday. Dorothy Lucey is part of a group of Women, The Good News Foundation dedicated to making a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people in need and at-risk ...

Shirley Wild: Footlighters stage annual scholarship luncheon
By Shirley Wild Musical Theatre West s Karen Larson, left is joined by Paul Garman, right, and scholarship recipients Adam Levy, Sarah Marion, Alexa Russo and Erica Schaeffer. (Picasa) Musical Theatre West's Footlighters held their annual Music in the ...

Doug McIntyre: LA's bag ban sacks common sense
By Doug McIntyre, Columnist If you get home delivery of this newspaper, and I hope you do, it arrives in a plastic bag. Despite Southern California's reputation for sunny weather, occasionally rain does fall. And then there's that pesky marine layer ...

Children's Hospital opens doors in SCV
By Tammy Marashlian Signal Senior Education Writer Nationally renowned Children's Hospital Los Angeles has opened an outpatient center in the Santa Clarita Valley offering local residents specialized pediatrics care. The center in Valencia is only the ...

Kemp, Rivera set for two-game rehab trip
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 05/27/12 3:51 AM ET LOS ANGELES -- Disabled Dodgers outfielders Matt Kemp and Juan Rivera head out for two-game Minor League rehab assignments with Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday. Both are expected to return to Los Angeles on ...

LAFD firefighters rescue horse stuck in mud near Hansen Dam
By AP Dr. Veterinarian Gabriela Bamert checks on the vital signs of Duke at 2200 draft horse. LA city firefighters work on rescuing a hores that got stuck in the thick mud in the 11700 block of West Foothill Boulevard, near Hansen Dam Aquatic Center in ...

Eovaldi could be called up to fill in for Lilly
By Alex Angert and Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 05/27/12 4:02 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- Ted Lilly is still listed as the Dodgers' Tuesday night starter, but there are increasing indications that will change. In addition to the sudden audible of Double-A pitcher ...

Marty McSorley Hopes LA Kings Reverse His Curse
EL SEGUNDO (AP) — Somewhere in Marty McSorley's home in Hermosa Beach is a hockey stick with a blade that's curved at least a quarter-inch more than the legal limit. The longtime NHL tough guy doesn't keep the most infamous stick in Los Angeles Kings ...

The Space Invader at Randy's Donuts in Inglewood Has Mysteriously Disappeared
Over a decade ago, the Paris-based street artist Space Invader came to Los Angeles and spent a few years leaving his mark all over the city. One of the space invader symbols left under the iconic 45-foot tall donut monument at Randy's Donuts in ...

Rich Wemmer retires as Dodgers senior director of security
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Dodgers Senior Director of Security Rich Wemmer is retiring effective May 31, the team announced. Former Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Michael Hillmann will serve as Director of Security for the Dodgers for the ...

Hairston gets 5 hits, Dodgers beat Astros
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jerry Hairston Jr. got a career-high five hits, Chris Capuano won again and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Houston Astros 5-1. Matt Treanor put the Dodgers ahead for good with a home run in the fourth inning that ...

Dog lovers converge at Fairplex in Pomona
Denise Willeford, brushes her Shenandoah Afghan Hound dog before The Mission Circuit dog show on Sunday at the Los Angeles County Fairplex in Pomona. (LaFonzo Carter/ Staff Photographer) Dog handler Lenard Clayton shows off his English Master during ...

UCLA Sweeps USC To Win Second Consecutive Conference Title
by Ryan Rosenblatt on May 27, 2012 6:10 PM PDT in Baseball In the many decades that UCLA has fielded a baseball team, they had never won back-to-back conference titles, past tense. On Sunday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium, UCLA defeated USC, 7-6, ...

'Sunbather' artists want a part of other parcels
Calder Greenwood, a New York native, says he and his partner in the life-size installation in an empty downtown lot were pleased with the public's reactions. Calder Greenwood and an anonymous partner installed these life-size "sunbathers" in the empty ...

Social Calendar: May 28
By Patt Diroll Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the HeArt Project will honor Seth McFarlane, Leslie Gilbert-Lurie and Sir Ken Robinson at the 20th annual Evening of Art. 6 to 9 pm The Wallis Annenberg Building, California Science Center, ...

Cop who alleged improper helicopter rides settles with Glendale
The former police helicopter pilot, who will receive $450000, had sued Glendale, saying he faced retaliation when he voiced concerns about charity ride-alongs. By Veronica Rocha, Los Angeles Times A former Glendale police officer will receive a $450000 ...

Arts & Entertainment LA Music, a Loud Library, Dance in the Plaza and More ...
Arts & Entertainment LA Music, a Loud Library, Dance in the Plaza and More ...

Ellis in clubhouse for first time since surgery
By Alex Angert and Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 05/28/12 12:51 AM ET LOS ANGELES -- Disabled Dodgers second baseman Mark Ellis Sunday made his first appearance in the clubhouse since injuring his left leg nine days ago. He was walking with a limp but ...

Dodgers senior director of security to retire
By Doug Miller / MLB.com | 05/27/12 8:44 PM ET The Dodgers announced on Sunday that their senior director of security, Rich Wemmer, is retiring. Wemmer, who joined the Dodgers in April 2011, retired from the Los Angeles Police Department in '08 after a ...


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