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Los Angeles News 05/2012 (Page 20)



Napolitano, Gonzalez and Miller vie in new 32nd Congressional District
By Steve Scauzillo When the redistricting commission finished drawing the new 32nd Congressional District, it appeared as if it was drawn for a Latino and a Democrat. It is one of two local Latino districts created by the commission and includes many ...

LA City Council committee approves ban on tents and camping in city parks
By Rick Orlov, Staff Writer Camping overnight and pitching tents in city parks would be banned under a measure approved by a City Council committee on Tuesday. The rules recommended by the Arts, Parks, Health and Aging Committee were a reaction to the ...

5 South Bay men ID'd in $10 million pot raid near Long Beach
By Sandy Mazza Staff Writer Sheriff's Narcotics Bureau detectives received information regarding a possible indoor marijuana grow in a warehouse in Rancho Dominguez. After an extensive investigation, members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Special ...

Goldsmith Star Trek Score Celebrated
HOLLYWOOD—Arclight Cinema will be the place to be for fans of Star Trek: The Motion Picture at 7:30 pm Monday, June 4, as La-La Land Records unveils its new 3-CD restoration of Jerry Goldsmith's classic score with a panel discussion and screening of ...

Dead Lancaster inmate had cable around neck; cellmate is a suspect
A man serving a life sentence for murder is suspected of killing his cellmate, who was found dead with a cable wrapped around his neck early Tuesday at a state prison in Lancaster, officials said. The victim, a 36-year-old man whose name has not been ...

Silah sentenced to 27 months in prison for taking children overseas
By Fred Shuster City News Service George Silah, right, was sentenced to 27 months for the kidnapping. His brother John, left, will be sentenced in August. LOS ANGELES - The first of two Syrian-Armenian brothers who took their sons out of the country ...

LAUSD Police State? School Cops Reportedly Issue About 30 Citations to Kids ...
LAUSD Police State? School Cops Reportedly Issue About 30 Citations to Kids ...

More Ex-Miramonte Students File Suit Against LAUSD
Another negligence lawsuit has been filed against Los Angeles Unified in which additional former Miramonte Elementary School students allege they were victims of lewd acts by a teacher fired in January. Parents of about a dozen ex-Miramonte pupils ...

Off-duty deputy shoots would-be robber in downtown LA
An off-duty reserve Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy shot and injured a would-be robber during an attempted heist at two downtown jewelry stores Tuesday afternoon. Two of the armed suspects went inside one store, she said, while the third entered ...

Nurse manages her pain and young cancer patients one song at a time
Barbara Britt, a nurse care manager at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, has worked for 40 years with children who have brain and blood cancers. Barbara Britt, 62, a nurse care manager at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, listens to how 12-year-old Jordan ...

El Monte trash contractor ordered to pay $38895 for unsafe working conditions
By Maritza Velazquez, SGVN Plastic strips being placed on conveyor belt to be bundled for recycling. Several employees with one of El Monte's contracted trash-haulers American Reclamation in Los Angeles, have recently came before the El Monte City ...

Pot shop ban advances in LA City Council
LA council committee also moves forward a counterproposal that would ban most dispensaries but refrain from taking action against about 100 others. By Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times A City Council committee moved forward with a ban on medical ...

Former LA Mayor Richard Riordan launches radio ad campaign promoting ...
Former LA Mayor Richard Riordan launches radio ad campaign promoting ...

World War II icon USS Iowa approaches San Pedro
By Donna Littlejohn, Staff Writer The USS Iowa is towed south near the Channel Islands on the way to its new home in San Pedro. The ship is expected to arrive in local waters just after sunrise Wednesday, May 30, 2012 and will be in anchorage two to ...

Kemp excited to be back in lineup
By Alex Angert and Lyle Spencer / MLB.com | 05/29/12 10:05 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- Matt Kemp was born to play, not lead cheers, so the Dodgers' superstar center fielder naturally was beaming on Tuesday, a few hours before taking the field at Dodger ...

Larry Wilson: Quaking with fear of the weather girl?
Because anyone can take a look at the ballot and see that Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, the King of Altadena, after 32 years on the throne, used to a simple coronation instead of an election, is locked in a June 5 electoral battle with ...

History on the Horizon as USS Iowa Nears San Pedro
By Jonathan Lloyd and Annette Arreola Bob Rogers, of the Pacific Battleship Company, describes what visitors to the USS Iowa will see. Rogers visited NBC4's Today in LA on Wednesday May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa was expected to arrive Wednesday ...

Dodgers' lineup in flux as regulars return
By Alex Angert and Lyle Spencer / MLB.com | 05/29/12 10:05 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- Now that Matt Kemp is back from the disabled list, manager Don Mattingly is in search of a new lineup that works, starting at the top. While the center fielder was on the ...

Hearing begins today for Dodger Stadium beating suspect
By City News Service LOS ANGELES - A preliminary hearing is set to begin today to determine if there is enough evidence to require two men to stand trial for the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium on opening day ...

A Hardcore Porn Movie was Shot at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2001
The USC Trojans were horrible in 2001. They were so horrible, in fact, that many firmly believed that the 6-6 group (5th in the Pac-10) wasn't worthy of playing at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at the time. That's the sort of regard that folks in Los ...

Deputies seek fourth suspect in Pico Rivera kidnapping and torture
By Ruby Gonzales, SGVN Sheriff's gang deputies are looking for 49-year-old Javier Francis of Pico Rivera for the May 13 kidnapping of a couple and the torture of the man. He is the alleged fourth suspect in the case. Three other Pico Rivera men and ...

Video draws animal cruelty charges
By Gillian Flaccus, AP SANTA ANA — Prosecutors have filed animal cruelty charges against the owner and seven employees at a Southern California livestock auction house after undercover video shot by an animal rights group showed workers kicking, ...

Sony, CalArts to Honor Young LA Animation Students
[CalArts] – For the past 10 years, the Sony Pictures Media Arts Program (SPMAP) — a public-private educational partnership between the California Institute of the Arts Community Arts Partnership (CAP), the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural ...

SAG-AFTRA Cuts Broadcaster Initiation Fees
The union says the 43% reduction, which affects only Los Angeles and New York, is intended to facilitate organizing, but critics ask why actors don't get the same break. The SAG-AFTRA national board cut initiation fees dramatically for Los Angeles and ...

Para Sa Inyo Kapamilya gathers Filipino community together for a good cause
REDWOOD CITY, CA, – The promise of the campaign that started in May was to invite Filipinos in the US to join hands and celebrate the true essence of public service – a genuine giving back to the community. By the end of the campaign on May 26 via a ...

Parents loss becomes heart-driven cause
By GREG HARDESTY / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER NORTH TUSTIN – The twins took their first helicopter ride when they were young – 1 day old. Grace and Luke Chez, lying side-by-side in incubators, were whisked from the Orange County hospital where they ...

Simi Valley police arrest four suspects in estimated $2 million fraud ring
Four suspects in an alleged $2 million fraud ring were arrested recently following a six-week investigation that culminated in searches at Canoga Park and Los Angeles sites, Simi Valley police reported Wednesday. Authorities picked up on the ring in ...

Controversial Malibu Lagoon project to begin Friday
State contractors are to drain and reshape the polluted Malibu Lagoon. Activists, who say the project would destroy the salt marsh and flatten Surfrider Beach's waves, pledge to stand in the way. Preschoolers walk across a bridge that spans the marshes ...

Review of LAUSD files unearths 600 cases of alleged teacher misconduct
By Barbara Jones Staff Writer Los Angeles Unified officials have unearthed nearly 600 cases of alleged teacher misconduct reported over the past 40 years that they think merit investigation by state regulators. Officials with the state credentialing ...

Livestock house video draws animal cruelty charges
By AP SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) ' Prosecutors have filed animal cruelty charges against the owner and seven employees at a Southern California livestock auction house after undercover video shot by an animal rights group showed workers kicking, ...


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