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Los Angeles News 05/2012 (Page 4)



California ranches where cattle and wildlife coexist
Nature Conservancy led the effort to preserve ranching as well as wildlife on 31900 acres by acquiring two ranches and development rights to a third. EJ Remson, right, senior program manager for the Nature Conservancy and leader of the effort to link ...

IT'S OUT OF THE QUESTION by TOM HOFFARTH: Ditching the Big A for LA?
By Tom Hoffarth, columnist Pull in to the Big A tonight and the Angels will send you home with a stuffed Rally Monkey sporting a little red sombrero. Pull out of the OC sometime after 2016, and Party Arte Moreno thinks he could be heading a caravan up ...

LA City Council confirms Alan Skobin's appointment to Fire...
LA City Council confirms Alan Skobin's appointment to Fire...

UCLA-Santa Monica Health Center Renames Imaging Facility
Local Santa Monica building design-centered firm, Minardos Group, has taken adaptive reuse to a new level with the recent opening of the Santa Monica Museum of Flying. Situated on 22000 square feet of previously deteriorated Santa Monica Airport hanger ...

1 of 2 Missing Mental Health Patients Found
By Melissa Pamer Police released these photos of James Sheppard (left) and Christopher Bednar (right). Sheppard had been recovered as of Saturday morning, but Bednar remained outstanding. One of two mental patients for whom Los Angeles police were ...

Kings have become postseason powerhouse
By Greg Beacham, AP Los Angeles Kings' players celebrate a goal against the St. Louis Blues during Game 3 of their NHL Western Conference semi-final playoff hockey game in Los Angeles, California May 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES ...

Bruin Bites: 2012 UCLA Spring Scrimmage Edition & Open Thread
by Nestor on May 5, 2012 11:53 AM PDT in Football Bruins are going to wrap up their first spring ball under Coach Jim Mora with a scrimmage at the Rose Bowl early this evening. The scrimmage is scheduled for 5 pm PST but the Rose Bowl will open up for ...

IT'S OUT OF THE QUESTION by TOM HOFFARTH: Ditching the Big A for LA? C'mon, Arte
By Tom Hoffarth, columnist Pull in to the Big A tonight and the Angels will send you home with a stuffed Rally Monkey sporting a little red sombrero. Pull out of the OC sometime after 2016, and Party Arte Moreno thinks he could be heading a caravan up ...

Court date scheduled for Azusa man accused of fatally stabbing mother
AZUSA - An Azusa man who called police early Friday to report stabbing his mother to death is due in court Tuesday, records show. Daniel Pope, 28, was booked on suspicion of murder Friday afternoon following his arrest shortly after 9 am at a home in ...

20th Century Fox Executive Reported Missing Since Tuesday (Updated)
By Sharon Waxman Los Angeles police said Saturday they had no leads in the missing persons case of Gavin Smith, a 20th Century Fox executive who has been missing since Tuesday night. A police spokeswoman told TheWrap on Saturday: "We have no updated ...

California now into fourth year of teacher layoffs
By Christina Hoag AP LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Unified teacher Mike Newman sighed when he saw the now familiar certified letter in his mailbox last month -- a pink slip, for the fourth year in a row. "Here we go again," said Newman, ...

Amusement company's long ride comes to an end
Toys, props, tools and memorabilia move fast during a sale at the Buena Park business. The workshop had built and refurbished carousels, miniature train rides and accessories for theme parks worldwide. A customer looks at carousel horses for sale at ...

LA Unified is named in negligence lawsuit
Twenty former Miramonte Elementary students say they were victims of abuse and that the district did not do enough to protect students who lodged complaints. By Nicole Santa Cruz, Los Angeles Times The Los Angeles Unified School District was named in a ...

A year of hard-to-predict weather seen for Southland
Conditions that one climatologist calls La Nada are forecast. Such years can coincide with extreme rain or extreme dryness. By Rong-Gong Lin II, Los Angeles Times La Niña, the demon diva of drought, has ended, but what comes next could be even more ...

Rents soar as foreclosure victims, young workers seek housing
Few new units and tight standards for home loans add to the pressure. The average monthly US rent is at an all-time high, and a 10% jump in Los Angeles County over the next two years is forecast. Robert Corlette pays about $1700 a month for a ...

A mixed legacy for post-riot community activism
Groups like Rebuild LA aimed to provide jobs and services to underserved neighborhoods. Some have endured over the last two decades; others failed. Those involved say it proved a formidable challenge. By Carla Rivera, Los Angeles Times They had names ...

Los Angeles Times named California's Newspaper of the Year for 2011
The paper wins a total of 20 journalism awards in the Better Newspaper Contest, sponsored by a trade group. The San Jose Mercury News wins first place among large papers for general excellence. The Los Angeles Times won Newspaper of the Year for 2011 ...

Brehaut, Hundley light up UCLA's offense in scrimmage
By JON GOLD / SPECIAL TO THE REGISTER LOS ANGELES – It started with a blown chest bump and it ended with a quick-pick six, but UCLA's football spring game was all offense. Marcus Rios, right, reaches up to intercept a pass intended for Jerry Johnson ...

Body of Missing OC Mom Found
Authorities in Orange County had been searching for the possible remains of Arlet Hernandez Contreras and her two young sons, after their apartment was discovered soaked in blood. Officials in LA County now say a body found by county workers in late ...

UCLA FOOTBALL: Brehaut throws four TDs, Hundley also impresses in spring game
By Jon Gold, Staff Writer PASADENA - It started with a blown chest bump and it ended with a quick-pick six, but UCLA's football spring game was all offense. The Bruins exploded for several long touchdowns - the majority on touchdown throws from ...

UC Irvine seniors lead way to title
By MARK WHICKER LOS ANGELES – The trophy sat in front of Carson Clark, like the second bookend to a college volleyball career. It was the only one in his line of sight, all night, that he didn't demolish. UC Irvine players celebrate a point during ...

Movie Studio Exec Reported Missing
Police in Southern California were searching Saturday for a movie studio executive who disappeared from his neighborhood. Gavin Smith, 57, was last seen Tuesday night driving his Mercedes near his home in Oak Park, about 35 miles west of downtown Los ...

Steve Scauzillo: Seeing endangered bird a bittersweet moment
By Steve Scauzillo, SGVN Kimball L. Garrett, ornithology collections manager at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, allows a child to take a peek through his scope focused on a rare bird in the San Gabriel River. Garrett led the bird walk ...

Doug McIntyre: 'Mustache' Richard Alarcon sure of win in court --...
Doug McIntyre: 'Mustache' Richard Alarcon sure of win in court --...

Sutter pushes LA Kings to brink of finishing Blues
By GREG BEACHAM, AP Sports Writer EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) The Los Angeles Kings weren't immediately sweet on the Jolly Rancher. When coach Darryl Sutter took over in December after Terry Murray's firing, his doleful facial expressions and that ...

Man falsely accused in Dodger Stadium beating tells how it changed his life
By JP Hoornstra Staff Writer Giovanni Ramirez, who was the initial suspect in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium March 31, 2011. Police now believe that Ramirez had nothing to do with the attack and was never ...

Three jewish Mothers
In speaking with both my mother, and the mother of my Englishman this weekend, I was struck by how similar these women are. Not only to each other, but to me. The three of us are all Jewish mothers, living in three different countries, but all with the ...

Homes' landscaping edges onto public sand in Newport Beach
California has ordered homeowners along some of Orange County's most coveted coastline to rip out the landscaping, sprinklers and other upgrades that have crept steadily seaward. This metal shark sculpture, shrubbery and lawn on East Oceanfront in ...

Near Melrose, a national healthcare predicament plays out
Residents of a Hollywood neighborhood, some with mixed feelings, fight a developer's attempts to build an 11-bed board and care facility for dementia patients. By Alexandra Zavis, Los Angeles Times Just off the trendy Melrose strip, on the western edge ...

Sherman campaign seeks review of hire by rival Berman's 'super Pac'
Complaint to election group will allege that a Berman operative did not wait the required amount of time between working for the Berman campaign and signing on with the super PAC. Reps. Howard Berman, left, and Brad Sherman, right, were thrown into a ...


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