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Los Angeles News 05/2012 (Page 9)



Trees planted in Westlake for mothers rooted in their communities
Ahead of Mother's Day, sweetshades and bronze loquats are placed along 8th Street to honor women from the neighborhood whose volunteer work has made a difference — in the classroom and on the streets. Kareen Sandoval, a mother of six who started a ...

Fired-up Lakers survive Nuggets in Game 7
The Lakers' Andrew Bynum battles for a rebound with the Nuggets' Andre Miller, left, and Ty Lawson during the first half of Game 7 of their NBA Western Conference Playoffs game at Staples Center Saturday night. 52% off! $12 for $25 Worth of Gourmet ...

Consumers now tracking their escrow online
By JEFF COLLINS / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Advantage Title, a title insurance and escrow firm headquartered in Newport Beach, recently launched its Title365 product, which allows real estate professionals and their clients to monitor progress of ...

Calif. FBI Agent Missing
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) - Law enforcement officers in Southern California have launched a massive search in rugged mountain terrain for a missing FBI agent who was said to be despondent and possibly suicidal. About 100 FBI agents, 40 sheriff's department ...

Reports: Idaho Football Player Shot to Death at Brewery Lofts Party in Lincoln ...
Reports: Idaho Football Player Shot to Death at Brewery Lofts Party in Lincoln ...

The 10 Questions: A Musical Party
Corporate events at Nola's on Third Street always include live jazz. Jason Ha, who owns two other restaurants on the same block, opened the establishment specializing in Southern cuisine last year. Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2012 1:00 pm | Updated: 4:32 ...

Jinx? Not. Three LA teams in semifinals
LOS ANGELES - The possibility of an all-Los Angeles NBA playoff grew today, when the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 82-72 on the road in Tennessee today. For the first time in NBA history, two Los Angeles teams will be among the four ...

Five Dodgers greet surprised fans at gates
By AJ Cassavell / Special to MLB.com | 05/13/12 4:21 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- On Sunday morning, the first thing fans walking into Dodger Stadium did was a double take. Stationed at entrances throughout the ballpark when the gates opened at 11:15 am PT ...

Phil McGraw and other Celebs List Local Homes for Sale
Psychologist Phil McGraw of television's "Dr. Phil" fame has listed his 2300-square-foot home near Chateau Marmont for $2.7 million, it was reported today. McGraw bought the three-bedroom home just off Sunset Boulevard in 2008 for $2.56 million as part ...

Times endorses Jackie Lacey for DA, Daily News says 'anybody but Carmen'
By Kevin Roderick | May 13, 2012 2:15 PM Not a good day on the newspaper editorial pages for City Attorney Carmen Trutanich, who wants to be seen as the frontrunner in the district attorney race. The contest is drawing more interest than usual from the ...

Column: Bryant, Lakers need to get swagger back
By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, left, looks up as Justin Timberlake, right, after hitting a three point shot and falling into the crowd during the second half in Game 7 in their first-round NBA basketball ...

Los Angeles labor groups accuse mayor of a war on women
By Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times In a twist on a theme that has flared up on the national political stage, labor unions representing Los Angeles city workers are accusing Democratic Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa of waging war against women, ...

Norwalk state hospital reports detail lapses in patient's care
Among the findings: Staffers slept on the job and failed to summon timely help when a psychiatric patient injured herself. She died six months later. In this file photo, Debbie Coughlin, left, fights tears as she recalls the death of her twin sister, ...

FBI probes disappearance of nonprofits' money from center
The state attorney general's office is also investigating the International Humanities Center, which abruptly closed its Woodland Hills office earlier this year. Sonali Kolhatkar, director of Afghan Women's Mission in Pasadena, said her group is unable ...

Grant principal retires after 17 years on job
By Ashley Archibald Seventeen years ago, two men met on the side of Pacific Coast Highway to discuss the future. That day, Al Friedenberg had been offered the principal position at Grant Elementary School and was driving along PCH to his home in ...

Gwynn puts on show in pink for wife, mom
By AJ Cassavell / Special to MLB.com | 05/13/12 10:14 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- Wearing his pink armband and a pink necklace, Tony Gwynn made a diving catch certain of making highlight reels around the country Sunday. He added a hit, a walk and a couple ...

With San Onofre shuttered, retired HB power plant to pick up slack
AP LOS ANGELES – Two retired generators at a Huntington Beach power plant are back online, to help take up the slack from the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant this summer. The pair of natural-gas-powered units at the AES Huntington Beach plant will ...

Parents of man slain by Pasadena police question autopsy report
An attorney for Kendrec McDade's family said a report showing bullets hit his arms and hip seem to contradict police assertions that no shots came from behind. Anya Slaughter, left, and Kenneth McDade, parents of 17-year-old Kendrec McDade, ...

Social Calendar: May 14
By Patt Diroll Dr. Beatriz Solis, director of Healthy Communities at the California Endowment, will be the guest speaker at the May installment of the 2012 Honors Series sponsored by the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley. 5:30 to 7 pm Maxwell House of the ...

Students at charter-run Locke do better than nearby peers
Locke students were more likely to graduate and to have taken courses needed for a state college, a study says. Still, overall achievement remains low. By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times Students at Locke High School are faring better than their peers ...

Women's tennis defeats Long Beach State 4-0 to head to NCAA Sweet 16
By EMILIO RONQUILLO Freshmen Skylar Morton and Robin Anderson defeated Long Beach State's Laura Bernard and Rachel Manasse 8-6 in the NCAA Regionals. Contrary to a stream of “beach” chants and a black-and-yellow “Go Beach” sign enthusiastically pumped ...

Soaring LA gas prices due to closed refineries
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- As the rest of the country watches gas prices fall, Southern California is watching them rise once again at an alarming pace. As of Monday morning, the price of regular gas was $5.35 at the Mobil station at Hacienda Boulevard and ...

More African-Americans leaving religious faiths
African-Americans are significantly more religious compared to the rest of the US population, but a growing community of black atheists, like the Black Skeptics of Los Angeles, are steadily increasing each year. The American Religious Identification ...

Former Carson High, El Camino College football player fatally shot
By City News Service Ken McRoyal, a wide receiver who attended Carson High School and El Camino Junior College, was fatally wounded at a party in the 600 block of Moulton Avenue about 1:30 am Sunday, authorities said. (Staff File Photo) LOS ANGELES - A ...

Norwegian director Morten Tyldum Blends Mystery and Humor in Headhunters
Headhunters, is a new Norwegian movie, stylishly helmed by Morten Tyldum, one of the country's best-known directors. Blending suspense and violence with macabre humor, the movie has been compared to the quirky films of the Coen Brothers and Quentin ...

Our Still-Too-Early UCLA Football Depth Chart Projection for the 2012 Season ...
Our Still-Too-Early UCLA Football Depth Chart Projection for the 2012 Season ...

A Call for Innovation in HIV and AIDS Fundraising
AIDS Project Los Angeles announces Concrete Hero Urban Obstacle Challenge as one way of rallying new support. BY Craig E. Thompson This July in downtown Los Angeles, HIV/AIDS fund-raising will take on a bold new look. Activists will leap over cars, ...

One state or two? UCLA student group to host a two-night conversation
Looking at the central program of the Olive Tree Initiative (OTI) at UCLA's “Month of Ideas,” a two-night event called “Perspectives on Partition: A 1-state vs. 2-state debate,” it seems pretty clear that the only people who are invited to speak about ...

LAPD's gun buyback collects 1673 weapons
By Rick Orlov, Staff Writer Calling it a small dent in the city's war on gun violence, Los Angeles officials announced Monday that they collected 1673 firearms in the fourth annual gun buyback over the weekend. The city had $200000 in vouchers that ...

Cops Detain Photographer Until They Realize the Incident Is Being Recorded
When it comes to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, this is not Shawn Nee's first rodeo. The Los Angeles Times reports that he is one of three photographers, along with the National Press Photographers Association, represented by the ACLU of ...


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