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From 'Carmageddon' to 'the Rampture': LA County taking your questions on 405 ...
From 'Carmageddon' to 'the Rampture': LA County taking your questions on 405 ...

Concert review: Van Halen show at Staples could be their last in LA -- ever
By Gerry Gittelson, Special to the Daily News Singer David Lee Roth and guitarist Eddie Van Halen stay close during their June 9, 2012 concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Harrell) Whenever legendary rock band Van Halen returns to ...

Marilyn Monroe Estate Threatens to Sue, Tonka Headed to the Big Screen: Biz Break
Also in Monday afternoon's round up of news. Tribeca Institute names its recipients for its $150K Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund, Liza Burnett Fefferman and Heath Shapiro take up exec positions at RADiUS-TWC, Wally Pfister to spearhead Kodak chats at ...

Officials: US commerce secretary suffered seizure
By AP SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (AP) ' Medical records could determine whether US Commerce Secretary John Bryson will be charged in two weekend fender-benders that led to his hospitalization after police found him slumped behind the wheel of his vehicle in ...

Kings Win First Stanley Cup with 6-1 Game 6 Victory
The Los Angeles Kings, born as one of six expansion teams for the 1967-68 season, ended 45 years of wandering in the NHL wilderness Monday night. Captain Dustin Brown re-emerged in the Stanley Cup Final series with a goal and two assists, ...

Bill Littlefield, 90, county public defender and World War II veteran, dies at ...
Bill Littlefield, 90, county public defender and World War II veteran, dies at ...

Colleges: Speraw truly a winner
By Barry Faulkner The nature of athletics often defines its participants by winning and losing, but there is much more to the distinction of "winner" than a cursory summation of the scoreboard. The funny thing about most winners, though, ...

Message to LA's Elected Elite: Drop Dead
LA WATCHDOG - When a majority of California voters chose the evil tobacco companies and their killer products over a world class cancer research center, it is a sure sign that the skeptical and cynical electorate do not trust the State to manage yet ...

Kings, AEG To Host Parade Celebrating Team's First Stanley Cup
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (CBS) — After claiming the NHL Stanley Cup Championship for the first time in franchise history, the Los Angeles Kings feel its time to celebrate. On Thursday, June 14, AEG is helping the team throw a parade on the streets of ...

District Attorney's Office awards scholarships to Whittier, Pico Rivera and ...
District Attorney's Office awards scholarships to Whittier, Pico Rivera and ...

Convictions in child torture case reveal lapses at LA County agency
Three people were convicted last week for their roles in a high-profile child torture case that revealed breakdowns in Los Angeles County's troubled child protective services agency. A 5-year-old boy, known only as Johnny, was rescued from a dark ...

Andy Samberg to Play "Spiritual Ninja" in BBC Comedy
By Sam Schulz Andy Samberg's next TV show will be a British comedy in which he plays a New Age "spiritual ninja." arrives at the Premiere of CBS Films' Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, in Los Angeles, California, on March 5, 2012. AFP PHOTO/VALERIE MACON ...

Millie Brown, the Rainbow Vomiter From Lady Gaga's Tour, Debuts in Los Angeles
By Jacy Wojcik Tue., Jun. 12 2012 at 6:00 AM UK-based performance artist Millie Brown is perhaps best known for drinking colored milk and vomiting it on canvas. In some cases that canvas is Lady Gaga, as she was the woman vomiting a lovely shade of ...

LAUSD Board to Vote on Agreement to Spare Jobs
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The LA Unified School District Board of Education is expected to vote Tuesday on an agreement with the teacher's union that could save thousands of jobs. United Teachers of Los Angeles has agreed to 10 more furlough days, ...

Tear gas ends 10-hour SWAT standoff with gunman in West LA
AP LOS ANGELES - A SWAT team today arrested an armed man who barricaded himself for about 10 hours inside a West Los Angeles home, threatened suicide and exchanged gunfire with officers, police said. No one was wounded during the incident, ...

Effort to revitalize historic theater district along Broadway gets $470K grant
LOS ANGELES - An ambitious development project aimed at revitalizing the historic theater district along Broadway through affordable artist housing and commercial gallery and theater spaces today received a boost in the way of a $470000 grant award ...

Jill Painter: Banner day for Kings -- After 45 years, LA has its...
Jill Painter: Banner day for Kings -- After 45 years, LA has its...

Actress and Beverly Hills Resident Ann Rutherford Dead at 94
Actress Ann Rutherford, who had a small role as Scarlett's younger sister, Carreen, in the 1939 film “Gone With the Wind,” has died. She was 94. Rutherford, who also portrayed Mickey Rooney's teenage girlfriend in the Andy Hardy movies, ...

Is This the Dawn of the Kings Era?
By Sam Fels LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 11: The Los Angeles Kings skate the Stanley Cup after the Kings defeated the New Jersey Devils 6-1 to win the Stanley Cup series 4-2 in Game Six of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final at Staples Center on June 11, ...

Honoring Our Heroes
Veterans and dignitaries gather for a group photo at the Los Angeles Congressional Gold Medal regional celebration on Saturday in Little Tokyo. (SHANE SATO) By GWEN MURANAKA and JK YAMAMOTO Across the nation, city by city, Japanese Americans have ...

Inmate Dies at Twin Towers Jail
By Sharon Homicide detectives on Tuesday were investigating the death of a male inmate at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles, the LA County Sheriff's department said. The department released no further information on the ...

Country star Eric Church headed to Honda Center
By BEN WENER / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Eric Church's popularity continues to soar on the strength of hits from his third album, last summer's Chief — so much so that the country star has announced his biggest-ever series of shows across the ...

Short Film Collection Debuts in the Ultimate Theatre: LAX
Los Angeles International Airport is quite the venue for public art, since it tends to draw a rather captive audience. Now visitors to the arrivals area of the Tom Bradley Terminal will get to see a new installation: A set of 17 short films by video ...

Burglars Posing As City Workers Hit Los Angeles Homes: Police
By Caroline Tan Police released composite sketches of four men possibly linked to a string of "distraction burglaries" in 2012. Several burglars posing as city employees have burglarized at least nine San Fernando Valley homes over the past year, ...

Activists Tell Local Banks To 'Clean Up Or Pay Up'
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Activists wanting to send a message to local banks about maintaining foreclosed properties brought trash workers to make an unscheduled delivery in Downtown Los Angeles. The trash, coming from a vacant foreclosed home in LA, ...

LA Kings savor 1st Stanley Cup triumph
By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES—The Stanley Cup barely had the Los Angeles Kings' fingerprints on it before Darryl Sutter suggested they should start preparing to win it again. "The first thing you think about as a coach, these guys are ...

Exclusive: Co-Producer Will Clevinger Talks Model Home
By Sean Decker With director Patrick Cunningham's feature directorial debut, Model Home, set to go before cameras next week in Los Angeles, we chatted with co-producer Will Clevinger regarding the indie thriller. Read on! Co-written by Cunningham and ...

LCHS grad Eric Smith catches on, set to sign with Los Angeles Dodgers
La Cañada High grad forgoes senior season on diamond with Stanford to enter Dodgers farm system. By Andrew Shortall, [email protected] After a bit of a roller coaster ride with the Stanford University baseball team over the past three years, ...

LA County official nominated to fill John Noguez's post
A longtime Los Angeles County employee who now is the director of beaches and harbors was nominated Tuesday to temporarily run the beleaguered assessor's office. John Noguez, who was elected assessor in 2010, announced this month that he will take a ...

LAUSD Board Accepts 10 Furlough Days to Save Thousands of Jobs
LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy said an agreement reached Tuesday, June 12, by the district board of education to accept furlough days in exchange for saving thousands of jobs and some programs sends a message to students that "the adults who are ...


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