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Los Angeles News 06/2012 (Page 5)



The Curious Case of Rabbi Alan Abrams
By Jonah Lowenfeld Before Elener Jacobs was hospitalized in mid-2011, she was, for a 95-year-old, relatively active. She lived at the Royal Bellingham, an assisted-living residence in Valley Village, and though she didn't talk to many of the other ...

William McDonald Named Chair of the Department of Film, Television and Digital ...
William McDonald Named Chair of the Department of Film, Television and Digital ...

Obama returns to LA; traffic gridlock expected this evening
President Obama will arrive in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon for three fundraising events -- and officials are warning of traffic problems. "For now, the best advice is to prepare for possible street closures and extra traffic in portions of the ...

Preservation group names Terminal Island endangered historic site
Port officials say proposed road realignment and demolition would not threaten buildings at the LA harbor site, but conservancy advocates disagree. Japanese residents of Terminal Island load a truck with personal items after they were ordered from ...

Kings Come Close But Miss First Chance to Raise the Chalice
By Sam Fels The Los Angeles Kings were forced into a Game 5 against the New Jersey Devils after losing 3-1 at home Wednesday, June 6. LA Kings vs. New Jersey Devils: Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final Well, the closing of Stanley's Case won't reverberate ...

Jackie Lacey, Alan Jackson already in runoff campaign mode
By Christina Villacorte, Staff Writer Pulling off a stunning upset, Los Angeles County District Attorney candidates Jackie Lacey and Alan Jackson will face each other in a November runoff election after knocking out their better known and better funded ...

President of LA Coliseum Commission resigns abruptly
David Israel says he quit because his work on a deal to grant USC control of the nearly bankrupt stadium was complete. USC would get almost total control of the taxpayer-owned Coliseum and its revenue under the agreement negotiated with the Coliseum ...

UCLA faculty to vote on ending state funding of MBA program
The Anderson School of Management's flagship program would rely on tuition and donations instead under the controversial plan. By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times UCLA faculty leaders are scheduled to decide Thursday whether the Anderson School of ...

Two incumbents on Central Basin water agency board ousted
Directors Rudy Montalvo and Ed Vasquez lose by large margins in an election dominated by allegations of misconduct at the agency. By Sam Allen and Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times Two incumbents were ousted from their seats on the board at the Central ...

LA County rescinds support of WWII internment of Japanese Americans
Los Angeles County supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to rescind a 70-year-old resolution calling for the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. An earlier version of this article said the supervisors voted on the issue Tuesday; ...

Sailor serving in Afghanistan gets long-distance diploma from Los Angeles ...
Sailor serving in Afghanistan gets long-distance diploma from Los Angeles ...

California's new setup a hurdle for Democrats' bid to retake House
The party fails to secure a November election slot in an Inland Empire district it was counting on. Redrawn lines and the 'top two' rule produce at least seven same-party races for Congress. Democratic Rep. Janice Hahn, shown at an election party ...

Devils Not Done in Stanley Cup Finals
By Greg Beacham AP Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick falls backward as he defends against the New Jersey Devils in the third period. The Los Angeles Kings only needed one last win to scratch a 45-year-old itch. With a victory in Game 4 of the ...

Ray Bradbury remembered by game developers at E3
By AP LOS ANGELES (AP) ' If there's one place where Ray Bradbury's legacy is tangibly omnipresent, it's the Electronic Entertainment Expo. While he denounced video games as "a waste of time for men with nothing else to do," it's impossible not to ...

L.A. Gay Pride 2012: Actor-Writer Doug Spearman Answers 'What Does It Mean To ...
L.A. Gay Pride 2012: Actor-Writer Doug Spearman Answers 'What Does It Mean To ...

UC Irvine: Immigration made Southern California stronger
By BRIAN MARTINEZ / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER The large influx of Asian and Latino immigrants into Southern California in the past 50 years is associated with less crime, lower joblessness and more stable property values, according to a study to be ...

Gas Prices Down By Double Digits
Spike was caused by panic-buying on the part of gas station owners, Auto Club says. By Sharon Bernstein It may not seem like it, but the price of a gallon of gasoline is actually going down. Marie Montgomery, a spokeswoman for the Automobile Club of ...

Suspect's Sister to Testify at Bryan Stow Preliminary Hearing
By Jonathan Lloyd A 911 call played in court Wednesday, June 6, 2012, described the condition of Bryan Stow after he was beaten at Dodger Stadium in 2011. Suspects Marvin Norwood and Louis Sanchez, pictured with attorneys, are in preliminary hearings ...

Devoted to Drive-Ins
By Alysia Gray Painter There are several updated drive-in experiences around Los Angeles, including Devil's Night Drive-In. Weeds and cracked asphalt and a screen that has seen better days. Those are a lot of the old-time drive-ins we see nowadays, ...

UCLA Engineering-led team gets $1M grant to study effect of quakes on modern ...
UCLA Engineering-led team gets $1M grant to study effect of quakes on modern ...

E3 2012: Video Editing With Gestural Control Is 'Not Far' Off, Says Xbox Live ...
E3 2012: Video Editing With Gestural Control Is 'Not Far' Off, Says Xbox Live ...

Bang-bang goal gives Devils a sliver of hope -- New Jersey rookie Henrique ...
Bang-bang goal gives Devils a sliver of hope -- New Jersey rookie Henrique ...

Police Search For Carjacking Suspect; Victim Found Safe
CULVER CITY (KTLA) -- Authorities are on the lookout for the suspect in a carjacking that occurred on Thursday, while the victim was found safe. The suspect, a Hispanic male named Edgar Gomez, is believed to have carjacked a gold-colored vehicle that ...

Plane violates presidential airspace near Fullerton
The pilot could have his license suspended after he flew into an area closed because of President Obama's visit. By DOUG IRVING / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER FULLERTON – A private pilot making a breakfast run to Chino was detained by police and ...

UCLA's Amaral eyes the big stage
By MARK WHICKER LOS ANGELES – Rich Amaral didn't walk onto a major league field until he was 29. His son Beau was way ahead of him. He was four. UCLA's Beau Amaral swings at a pitch during a regular-season game in 2010. "I was shagging in the outfield ...

CPR training at PIH in Whittier
Nurses Carole Snyder and Shelley Martin instruct hospital employees and the public on the hands-only CPR training at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital in Whittier on Thursday June 6. 2012. In honor of National CPR Week, the American Heart ...

UCLA faculty votes to wean MBA program off state funding
UCLA faculty leaders on Thursday narrowly approved a controversial plan to wean the campus' signature MBA program off state funding and have it survive on tuition and donations. The move was viewed by many around UC as a possible turning point in how ...

Former Bishop Amat baseball standout Berg shines as UCLA reliever
By Fred J. Robledo, Staff Writer Bishop Amat High School graduate David Berg, a walk-on freshman at UCLA, has appeared in a conference-record 45 games for the Bruins this season, compiling a 5-3 record and 1.73 ERA. (Courtesy Photo) UCLA freshman ...

Photos: Candlelight celebration of Vesak Day
A candlelight celebration of Vesak Day – which marks the birth, enlightenment and passing of the Buddha into Nirvana – at the Dhammakaya International Meditation Center in Azusa on Monday, June 4, 2012. Vesak Day is an annual event which is observed by ...

La Puente twins graduate top of their class, move on to pre-med at UCLA
By Claudia S. Palma, SGVN Twin sisters Diana, left, and Denise Ornelas, 18, celebrate during their graduation from La Puente High School on Wednesday, June 6. The La Puente residents were the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, ...


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