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Santa Fe Springs City Councilman Guilty Of Taking Cash Bribes From Marijuana ...
Santa Fe Springs City Councilman Guilty Of Taking Cash Bribes From Marijuana ...

LA County Sheriff's Deputy arrested, found with 15-year-old girl in parked car ...
LA County Sheriff's Deputy arrested, found with 15-year-old girl in parked car ...

A summer serenade to Los Angeles
For us LA old-timers, there's something odd about the first days of summer this year. The air is clear. Unnaturally clear. One day this week, standing in front of my home in Mount Washington just north of downtown, I could actually see the faint ...

DWP lawsuits over water rights may put squeeze on Mammoth Lakes
MAMMOTH LAKES — The people of this small High Sierra ski town have survived drought, forest fires and earthquakes. They have endured economic recessions and volcano scares. But nothing in their history prepared them for the Los Angeles Department of ...

Mother of Baby Chimp Killed Allowed to Grieve
Zoo officials allowed Gracie two days to cradle her dead infant in a private area. By Stephanie Miranda and Angie Crouch The mother of a baby chimpanzee that was fatally attacked in front of a crowd at the LA Zoo was given time to grieve before zoo ...

New LAUSD Budget Cuts School Year
By Gordon Tokumatsu and Bill French With deficits in the tens of millions of dollars, Los Angeles Unified School District board members signed off on a $6.3 billion budget Thursday that eliminates thousands of jobs and shaves as many as 10 days off the ...

Longtime Inland Empire Bureau Chief Bob Banfield Dies at 82
By Pablo Pereira - email Longtime ABC7 Inland Empire Bureau Chief Bob Banfield --- a fixture in Southern California broadcasting for more than four decades -- died Thursday. The radio and television newsman signed on with ABC7 in 1967 and soon found ...

Teardrop Rapist suspected in recent South LA attack
The so-called Teardrop Rapist, responsible for as many as 35 attacks since 1996, may have struck again this month when a woman was accosted in South LA by a gun-wielding man who tried to sexually assault her in an alley before being spooked, ...

Congress set to OK bill that would help fund LA transit projects
As he seeks to build a legacy as a big-project transportation mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa on Thursday made gains at home and in Washington in his efforts to speed expansion of the Los Angeles region's transit system. Congress is expected as early as ...

LAPD officers suspected of leaking Rihanna photo won't be charged
After midnight on a quiet street in a posh Los Angeles neighborhood, one of the music world's rising stars was punching his pop singer girlfriend in the face and slamming her head against the dashboard of a rented Lamborghini. Ninety-five minutes later ...

LA's health care providers celebrate Supreme Court's ruling
By Susan Abram, Staff Writer A collective cheer rose Thursday from many health care providers across Los Angeles County, who said the Supreme Court's ruling to uphold most of President Barack Obama's health care plan will give the region's 1.2 million ...

Endemol Studios to Adapt French Political Thriller Series 'Kingmakers' for U.S. TV
The LA-based company is adapting the series that starred Nathalie Baye and earned record ratings for broadcaster France 2. French politics will be given the royal treatment stateside when Endemol Studios brings hit Kingmakers to US television for an ...

Former Mayfair, UCLA standout Alterraun Verner hosts football camp that makes ...
Former Mayfair, UCLA standout Alterraun Verner hosts football camp that makes ...

LADA: No charges in leak of Rihanna beating photo
AP, Thursday, June 28, 2012, 5:19pm (PDT) LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Two Los Angeles police officers won't face criminal charges alleging they leaked a photo of pop star Rihanna's bruised and beaten face after she was assaulted by singer Chris Brown, ...

Truck breakdown 'icing' on Dodgers' tough trip
By Alex Angert and Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 06/28/12 10:24 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- It appeared things couldn't get much worse for the Dodgers after a 1-8 road trip that was capped with three straight shutouts from the Giants and news that Andre Ethier ...

2012 X-Games Here In Los Angeles
By Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, myFOXla.com Editor / Producer - email (CNS) The X Games gold medal in Big Air skateboarding will be awarded tonight, and 12-year-old Tom Schaar of Malibu remains in contention. FOX 11 Reporter Lauren Sivan is in downtown LA ...

Tom Morello, Steve Earle + More vs. Walmart
As thousands prepare to hit the streets of LA''s historic Chinatown on Saturday, June 30, for the largest protest against Walmart ever held in the US, several Grammy Award-winning and acclaimed musicians are joining the growing effort to stop the ...

Why We Love LA Summers: LACMA's Free Tuesdays, Concert Series & Summer Passes
Summer has arrived, and we're ready to celebrate all that screams 'tis the season in Los Angeles. From sand to summit, from sips to snacks -- we love LA summers. By Sam Brodey LACMA made big news with the recent opening of the Levitated Mass exhibit, ...

Construction authority, ACE, attempts to separate from San Gabriel Valley ...
Construction authority, ACE, attempts to separate from San Gabriel Valley ...

Dodgers sign Puig to seven-year deal
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced the signing of Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig to a seven-year Major League contract. General Manager Ned Colletti made the announcement. “Scouting and signing talent in Latin America is critical and ...

As Gas Prices Drop, Holiday Car Travel Expected to Increase
By Alissa Medina An area resident fills up his gas tank in West Los Angeles on Friday, June 29, 2012. Gas prices have dropped for the 44th straight day - a trend that will likely boost travel over the week of Fourth of July. AAA is predicting a nearly ...

Local Teen Desperately Needs Bone Marrow Transplant
No one in Alexandrea Vizcarra's family is a match, so Children's Hospital LA will be holding a bone marrow registry drive on Saturday to get people registered and tested. By Kim Baldonado and Julie Brayton Alexandrea Vizcarra, 19, has leukemia and ...

Studios and Teamsters, Other Crafts Unions Reach Tentative Agreement
Hollywood studios have reached an agreement with Teamsters truck drivers and four other unions, according to an announcement Friday by the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and the Basic Crafts Unions. The three-year tentative deal ...

Wal-Mart, organized labor's battle of wills rages on
Two dragons danced around a vacant storefront on the edge of Chinatown, stirring up dust. The centuries-old Chinese ceremony was meant to bring good luck — something Wal-Mart, which had brought in the performers to celebrate the beginning of ...

Crafted's opening in San Pedro called a success
By Donna Littlejohn, Staff Writer KC Sears is the owner of Make.Shop.Live booth in the Crafted at the Port of LA. warehouse mall in San Pedro. (Brad Graverson / Staff Photographer) "Knotical Art" was among the booths at Crafted's grand opening Friday ...

NFL commissioner Goodell lays out specifics for franchise's...
NFL commissioner Goodell lays out specifics for franchise's...

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT Gallery 1988 Show Recap
by Jeff Morreale Posted:June 30th, 2012 at 6:21 am It has been six long years, but the Bluthe family is finally going to grace your televisions once again in 2013! Since that's still far away, why were hundreds of Arrested Development fans lined up on ...

Dodgers Vs. Mets: LA Losing Streak Reaches 6 Games
The Los Angeles Dodgers can't seem to find anything to go their way lately, and on Friday night they matched up against RA Dickey of the New York Mets. That almost doesn't seem fair. Dickey pitched eight shutout innings, striking out 10, ...

Ellis to begin four-day rehab stint on Saturday
By Alex Angert / MLB.com | 06/29/12 8:42 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- A month ahead of schedule, second baseman Mark Ellis will begin a four-day rehab stint Saturday with Class A Rancho Cucamonga with hopes of making his return from the disabled list on ...

Free Rides to Celebrate Opening of Orange Line Extension
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Commuters will be able to ride across the San Fernando Valley for free this weekend as part of the opening of the Orange Line busway extension, which adds a 4-mile route connecting Canoga to Chatsworth. The north-south extension ...


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