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Los Angeles News 05/2012 (Page 8)



Ex-Cop Sentenced in Cold Case Murder
ROBERT JABLON,AP LOS ANGELES (AP) - A former Los Angeles police detective was sentenced Friday to 27 years to life in prison for murdering the wife of her former lover 26 years ago. Stephanie Lazarus, 52, was found guilty in March of killing Sherri ...

Report: LA Sheriff's Department faulted in handling complaints
By Christina Villacorte, Los Angeles Daily News The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department frequently took more than three months - and in one case almost two years - to investigate complaints from the public against its deputies, according to an ...

Updated: Bishop Amat staff member fired amid allegation of inappropriate conduct
LA PUENTE - A staff member at Bishop Amat High School has been fired following allegations of "inappropriate conduct" with a student, school officials confirmed Friday. The staff member was not identified, and both school administrators and Los Angeles ...

Occupy LA Cost City and Taxpayers $4.7M, Report Says
The numbers are in, and they are about $2 million higher than first anticipated: Occupy LA's City Hall encampment, and its ultimate clearing, cost Los Angeles taxpayers $4.7 million, according to a report released today from City Administrative Officer ...

UCLA Video Game Art Festival Features Caine's Arcade Made by a 9-Year-Old, and ...
UCLA Video Game Art Festival Features Caine's Arcade Made by a 9-Year-Old, and ...

F-16 Jets Intercept Small Plane as Obama Leaves LA
By Jason Kandel Law enforcement gather on the tarmac at El Monte Airport on May 11, 2012, the day a private plane was intercepted for violating the airspace of Air Force One as the presidential plane was leaving LAX. President Barack Obama joined 150 ...

Metrolink plans to increase fares
By Rachel McGrath Metrolink announced this week it will hold a public outreach meeting in Oxnard to discuss plans to increase fares by up to 9 percent as soon as July. The regional commuter rail service operator said it needs to raise fares to help ...

Long-Term Jobless Benefits Set To Expire For 93000+ Californians
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — More than 93000 long-term unemployed Californians will lose their jobless benefits this weekend. Loree Levy, Deputy Director of the state Employment Development department told KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO the program that extended the ...

Obama and Gay Marriage
Brad Sears, a lecturer at the UCLA School of Law and executive director of the school's Williams Institute, was interviewed on KCRW-89.9FM about President Obama's decision to publicly endorse same-sex marriage. An article in Wednesday's Los Angeles ...

Keith Walner, Attorney and Music Executive, Dies at 47
Keith Walner, an attorney and business executive for several music and entertainment industry firms, died May 2 in Los Angeles. He was 47. Since 2007, Walner served as senior counsel and vp business & legal affairs for ProElite, a publicly held company ...

Kings' Carter, Richards seek title they missed before
AP EL SEGUNDO – Mike Richards pays the cleaning lady and walks Arnold, an ice cream-eating black lab. Jeff Carter's job is to supply dinner most nights at the beautiful Manhattan Beach house they've shared since their hockey careers reconnected last ...

Metrolink riders face 9% fare hike
By Steve Scauzillo, Staff Writer Metrolink passengers who ride the train to work instead of driving may no longer be able to avoid paying the high cost of fuel. Like solo drivers and truckers, rail commuters could soon be paying for a whopping 78 ...

4 gang members found guilty in case stemming from baby's death
Racketeering charges were brought against the Columbia Lil Cycos, who extorted vendors in MacArthur Park. An infant was killed in 2007 by gunfire targeting a defiant vendor. Pallbearers accompany the casket of three-week-old homicide victim Luis Angel ...

California to stop going after children for caregivers' debts
The much-criticized practice, which goes back decades, will end as part of a legal settlement. By Alexandra Zavis and Ashley Powers, Los Angeles Times At 73, he was raising his great-granddaughter in rural Fresno County. He relied on $334 a month in ...

Clippers Forced to Play Game 7 Against Grizzlies
Reggie Evans #30 of the Los Angeles Clippers reacts as he lies on his back in the second quarter while taking on the Memphis Grizzlies in Game Six of the Western Conference Quarterfinals in the 2012 NBA Playoffs on May 11, 2012 at Staples Center in Los ...

Former LAPD detective gets 27 to life for 1986 murder
Stephanie Lazarus killed her former boyfriend's wife, Sherri Rae Rasmussen. Victim's mother calls the slaying a 'selfish, brutal act' that caused 'a pain for which there is no cure.' Stephanie Lazarus, a former Los Angeles police detective, ...

Fire Services Day snuffed out
By Dana Bartholomew dana.bartholomew@dailynews.com 818-713-3730 Staff Writer SAN FERNANDO - Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters routinely risk their lives to save people and property in San Fernando. But firefighters were unable to stage a ...

Parks seeks to halt vote on Coliseum deal with USC
The city councilman also urges the DA's office to investigate the stadium general manager for possible conflict of interest in seeking a job with USC while negotiating lease. Monday's vote could be significant in the history of the storied Coliseum, ...

Economists expect slow growth in job numbers
By Kevin Smith, SGVN Southern California posted positive annual job growth last year for the first time since 2007, according to a report released this week. The 18th annual Southern California Regional Economic Forecast, delivered Thursday by ...

Dodgers ink Miles, set to cut loose MacDougal
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 05/12/12 2:00 AM ET LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers have signed free-agent infielder Aaron Miles and asked for unconditional release waivers on right-handed reliever Mike MacDougal, who was designated for assignment last Thursday ...

Watch a live stream of the EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women at LA Memorial Coliseum
Watch a live stream of the Entertainment Industry Foundation's Revlon Run/Walk for Women in Los Angeles. Since the inception of the EIF Revlon Run/Walk in 1994, due to the efforts of participants like you, the EIF Revlon Run/Walks (New York & Los ...

Dispelling The Fears Of Diaspora Investors: Ameria Group Suppors 'Investing In ...
Dispelling The Fears Of Diaspora Investors: Ameria Group Suppors 'Investing In ...

NFL's No Return Policy
By J. Lance Moose Bringing an NFL team to Los Angeles has been the collective dream of the NFL and millions of Los Angeles residents since the Rams and Raiders moved to St. Louis and Oakland in the mid 90's. That dream hit a small bump in the road this ...

Keeping time with Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel
By Rob Lowman Staff Writer `The difficult thing for a musician," says Gustavo Dudamel backstage at the Hollywood Bowl, "is to create an atmosphere where time stops." The subject of time - in one form or another - comes up a lot in a conversation with ...

The 10 Questions: Ale's Well That Ends Well
by Gary Leonard Wally Moran of the Bonaventure Brewing Company offers a beer sampler similar to a wine flight. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Located on the fourth-floor pool deck of the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in the Financial District, the Bonaventure ...

'Cafe Vida' Brings Realities of Gang Life and Food Politics to the Stage
A creative collaboration between the Latino Theater Company, Cornerstone Theatre Company, Homeboy Industries, and Homegirl Cafe has culminated in an uplifting run of new work Café Vida at Los Angeles Theatre Center (LATC). Penned by Lisa Loomer as part ...

Personal data for home care workers, recipients lost in the mail
Sensitive information for more than 700000 people involved with California's In-Home Supportive Services program may have been compromised when a package arrived in Riverside damaged and incomplete. By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times SACRAMENTO ...

At Compton High School, a new field for dreams
Thanks to a $50000 fundraising effort, the struggling Tarbabe baseball team now has a base to build on: shiny bleachers, lush grass and sturdy fences. Eddie Rodriguez steps off the pitcher's mound after smoothing it out after Compton High's recent game ...

Contingency plan for Southern California power back on track
Two retired generators at a Huntington Beach power plant are back online, ready to kick in this summer to replace electricity from the shuttered San Onofre plant. Two units at the AES Huntington Beach plant are being brought temporarily out of ...

Backers hope gym will bring new energy to Little Tokyo
Budokan of Los Angeles will feature basketball and martial arts facilities, as well as a rooftop park and art classes. Of the $20-million fundraising goal, $7 million has been raised so far. By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times Backers of a Little ...


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