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LA begins Skid Row cleanup effort
In this April 14, 2006, file photo, a homeless woman seeks shelter under construction scaffolding in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles. The city of Los Angeles is violating the county health code in its Skid Row area by allowing the nation's ...

Winners of L.A. wine competition revealed
By PAUL HODGINS / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Last month I served as one of the judges at the 2012 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition. It was a busy, educational and ultimately humbling experience. I tasted hundreds of samples over ...

Jesse Eisenberg Beats Lionsgate in Round One of 'Camp Hell' DVD Lawsuit ...
Jesse Eisenberg Beats Lionsgate in Round One of 'Camp Hell' DVD Lawsuit ...

Feds bust Russian prostitution ring in LA
By Dana Bartholomew, Staff Writer Alla Kassianova, 43, of Los Angeles, charged Monday, June 18, 2012 with suspicion of conspiracy to transport prostitutes. She is believed to have fled the country. A Los Angeles couple and the man's ex-wife have been ...

Trial begins in 2009 truck driver killing in Ontario
By Lori Fowler, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin The trial for two men, who are accused of a robbing and killing a truck driver in 2009 in Ontario, got started today in a Rancho Cucamonga courtroom with lawyers delivering their opening statements to the ...

LA Kings' Drew Doughty Investigated In Alleged Sexual Assault
LOS ANGELES -- LA County prosecutors are investigating allegations by a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by LA Kings player Drew Doughty. The alleged assault reportedly occurred earlier this year in Hermosa Beach. “It's under review,” said ...

US ends probe of Lancaster after NAACP drops bias complaint
The National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People has withdrawn a discrimination complaint against the city of Lancaster, leading federal housing officials to end an almost yearlong investigation into housing practices in the High Desert ...

Dodgers should step up to the plate and help nearby Little League
Back when millionaire Dodger owners Frank and Jamie McCourt were jacking up ticket and concession prices to help fund their highfalutin lifestyle, and the state attorney general was looking into the $400000 salary the McCourts paid to the head of a ...

Expert says LA Fire Dept. didn't give help to fix response data
A nationally recognized expert charged with fixing the Los Angeles Fire Department's response-time reporting problems said Tuesday the agency failed to provide him with the resources to do his job, and he called for a radical change in the way top fire ...

911 call details moments after King found in pool
Anthony McCartney, AP Rodney King was found dead Sunday at the bottom of his swimming pool at his Rialto home. (Associated Press) LOS ANGELES - Rodney King's fiancee told authorities she was sleeping when she heard something fall and then found him at ...

UCLA Alums and Sports Stars Join Forces in Support of Wooden Athletic Fund
Former NFL Running Back DeShaun Foster, event host Barry Saywitz and NFL Cornerback Jason Bell joined more than 300 people from all over Southern California in support of UCLA's 2012 Orange County Bruin Bash at Saywitz's estate in Newport Beach on ...

Legaspi, local artist, philanthropist, dies at 51
By Sean Fitz-Gerald WOODLAND HILLS — David Aranzamendez Legaspi III, an eleemosynary muralist who left his mark all over the campuses of Santa Monica's schools and for the past decade placed paint brushes in the hands of students and parents, ...

Sen. Liu introduces bill for sale of Caltrans homes in 710 Freeway path
By Lauren Gold, SGVN State Sen. Carol Liu, D-Glendale, has introduced a bill calling for the sale of Caltrans-owned homes that once stood in the path of the proposed 710 Freeway extension. The bill, set to be heard Monday in front of the State Senate ...

Union Workers Rally in Downtown LA
By Conan Nolan and Olga Spilewsky Vice President Joe Biden addressed a cheering crowd of unionized public employees at the LA Convention Center Tuesday, June 19. Biden called the nationwide belt-tightening that has put many union workers' pensions in ...

LA City Councilman Mitch Englander wants to ban sodas from vending machines in ...
LA City Councilman Mitch Englander wants to ban sodas from vending machines in ...

Leadership Music Announces Class of 2013
LEADERSHIP MUSIC has announced 45 new members to participate in the 24th class of LEADERSHIP MUSIC. The annual program is designed to create a forum for established music community leaders to identify and explore issues currently affecting the music ...

UCLA Forecasts California Housing Recovery Next Year
'California real estate markets are either still in the trough or still declining towards it,' and unemployment won't hit single digits till mid-2013, UCLA report says. A new UCLA report forecasts that unemployment in California will remain in ...

Culver City, Farmdale Expo Line Stations to Open Wednesday
The opening of the last two stations completes the first phase of the 8.6 mile Expo Line, which connects Culver City to Downtown Los Angeles. By Sharon Bernstein Beginning Wednesday, residents of traffic-choked Culver City will be able to zip downtown ...

San Fernando Valley high school students clean up in culinary competion
By Dana Bartholomew, Staff Writer Cassidy Wong, 18, winner of a high school student chefs competition last month at Los Angeles Mission College. (Photo credit: Ed Krieger) West Los Angeles may brag of fine restaurants, but the San Fernando Valley can ...

Your Guide To Summer Outdoor Movies in LA
By Alexandra Howland What more can you ask for than days followed by nights at the pool, late night movies, and a continuous flow of refreshments? Los Angeles is determined to bring this to its favorite people (that's you!) throughout the entire summer ...

Emmys 2012: 7 of TV's Most Gifted Comedy Actresses Gather for the Funniest ...
Emmys 2012: 7 of TV's Most Gifted Comedy Actresses Gather for the Funniest ...

Pellicano Victim Anita Busch Breaks Silence to Oppose Bail Request, Reveal New ...
Pellicano Victim Anita Busch Breaks Silence to Oppose Bail Request, Reveal New ...

Baldwin Park man earns doctorate in education despite obstacles
By Claudia S. Palma SGVN The Baldwin Park resident received his doctorate at a commencement on Friday, June 15, at California State University, Los Angeles. Black and 10 other graduates, including Michael Hsin-Cheng Sheu of El Monte, received their ...

Alleged Gang Shooting Leaves Two Wounded
The shooting in the Arlington Heights area of Los Angeles occurred at about 12:15 pm, City News Service reported. A gang-related shooting in the Arlington Heights area of Los Angeles today left two people injured and one suspect in custody, ...

Taggers behind giant LA River graffiti settle with city
Former members of the Metro Transit Assassins tagging crew will not have to pay the city of Los Angeles millions of dollars for graffiti cleanup, but a few could be subject to the same restrictions placed on gang members under an agreement reached with ...

Upland, feds deny G3 attorney's allegation
By Wes Woods II and Sandra Emerson UPLAND - City Manager Stephen Dunn this week pushed back against accusations that the city has asked the federal government to crack down on the G3 Holistic medical marijuana dispensary. Attorney Roger Jon Diamond has ...

Annual UCLA Anderson Forecast economic report: good and bad news
People are seen standing in line for a job fair in the Los Angeles area in this undated photo. (KABC Photo) WESTWOOD, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- There's both dismal and encouraging news about the state of California's economy. A new annual UCLS economic ...

Economic Reports Suggest Slow Growth Over Next Few Years
By Caroline Tan and Conan Nolan California's economy is expected to undergo slow economic and employment growth over the next few years, lagging behind the United States in certain sectors -- such as the housing market -- but moving upward nonetheless, ...

Two Wilshire-405 ramps to close, and commuter misery is feared
Caution: Ramp Jam ahead. Transportation officials plan to shut down some entry and exit points between the nation's most congested freeway and one of Los Angeles' busiest boulevards as part of an ongoing project to add a 10-mile carpool lane through ...

Officials, passengers hail Expo Line's Culver City extension
As elected officials cheered the new Culver City light rail station along the Expo Line on Wednesday, perhaps no one was more excited than 85-year-old Richard Ploen, a Westside native who watched the Red Car trolleys disappear and had been waiting more ...


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