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Los Angeles News 07/2012 (Page 12)



Bayardo Cruz, Buena Park Doctor, Has License Revoked After Using Non-FDA ...
Bayardo Cruz, Buena Park Doctor, Has License Revoked After Using Non-FDA ...

Downtown LA stores accused of selling lead-tainted jewlery
By Hayley Fox DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — California officials filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against 16 downtown LA business for selling jewelery that contained high levels of lead -- which can be toxic, especially for young children who tend to bite or suck ...

Third Cudahy Official Agrees to Plead Guilty in Federal Corruption Case
By Melissa Pamer Just over a week after two Cudahy officials agreed to plead guilty to federal charges in an ongoing corruption case that alleges bribery, extortion and election fraud in the small Los Angeles County city, a third official has reached a ...

APNewsBreak: Lindsay Lohan takes new film role
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - Amid ongoing legal issues, a recent car crash and run-in with paramedics, Lindsay Lohan has secured her next movie role. Producer Braxton Pope says Lohan will star in "The Canyons," a film by "Less Than Zero" author ...

State Supreme Court won't review case of Stevenson Ranch man convicted in ...
State Supreme Court won't review case of Stevenson Ranch man convicted in ...

Guerra returns from bereavement list
By Alex Angert / MLB.com | 07/18/12 2:23 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers reinstated reliever Javy Guerra from the bereavement list Wednesday and optioned Stephen Fife back to Triple-A Albuquerque. Guerra was put on the bereavement list on Saturday to ...

L.A. Community College Chose a Watch Dog, Christine Marez, With Ties to ...
L.A. Community College Chose a Watch Dog, Christine Marez, With Ties to ...

Kobe Bryant on David Stern's 23-and-Under Olympics Proposal: “It's a Stupid Idea”
By Alex Groberman, Wed, July 18, 2012 NBA owners hate having their players play in the Olympics. That's not an exaggeration – it's a statement of fact. Team owners absolutely despise the idea of their guys out somewhere, playing against top caliber ...

Source: Antawn Jamison will sign with Lakers
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - Antawn Jamison is joining up with Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash to chase a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers. Jamison will sign a one-year deal with the Lakers, a person with direct knowledge of the decision ...

Food Prices Could Rise as Rainfall Levels Drop
The number of corn crops is estimated to be 12 percent less than expected for 2012 because of the nation's worst drought in more than two decades. By Lolita Lopez Richard Sokulsky, deputy agricultural commissioner for Los Angeles County, explains why a ...

Third Cudahy official to plead guilty in corruption case
A former Cudahy councilman agreed Wednesday to plead guilty to bribery and extortion, the third city official to admit guilt in a wide-ranging federal probe into corruption in the southeast Los Angeles County town. Osvaldo Conde, who was arrested last ...

Judge Rejects Warner Bros. Records' Motion to Dismiss Ricky Ross v. Rick Ross ...
Judge Rejects Warner Bros. Records' Motion to Dismiss Ricky Ross v. Rick Ross ...

Flaws found in LA college district's search for inspector general
A new, independent review of the Los Angeles Community College District's $6-billion campus construction program found a number of flaws in the process for selecting an inspector general to oversee the project, concluding that the eventual winner ...

Hearing held for suspects in Pico Rivera shooting
By Brian Day, SGVN WHITTIER - Emotional testimony was heard Wednesday in the preliminary hearing for a man and woman accused of shooting a Pico Rivera woman in the head as she slept in her bed last year. After listening to about four hours of testimony ...

Third Cudahy official will plead guilty in bribery case
By Frank C. Girardot, SGVN LOS ANGELES - A third former Cudahy official agreed Wednesday to enter a guilty plea in a federal bribery and extortion case involving plans to open a pot shop, officials said. Osvaldo Conde, 50, signed an agreement with the ...

With Bloomfest, the Arts District Blooms Again
Last year's Bloomfest attracted 20000 people, and the event on Saturday, July 21, is expected to be even bigger. Joel Bloom, a community leader and the proprietor of longtime fixture Bloom's General Store, died in 2007. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Downtown ...

Sysmex and Siemens Renew Global Partnership for Hemostasis Solutions and Services
LOS ANGELES, July 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sysmex Corporation (HQ: Kobe, Japan; President and CEO: Hisashi Ietsugu) and Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics (HQ: NY, USA; CEO: Michael Reitermann) have announced the signing of a five-year global supply, ...

NBA Rumors: Lakers, Magic, Cavaliers Working on Huge Dwight Howard-Andrew ...
NBA Rumors: Lakers, Magic, Cavaliers Working on Huge Dwight Howard-Andrew ...

I Had Zero Interest in Celebrity Home Tours...Until I Went on One
By Joseph Lapin Thu., Jul. 19 2012 at 8:00 AM When I moved to Los Angeles a year ago, I swore that I would never be caught dead on a celebrity-homes tour. I couldn't care less whether the Kardashians lived in a mansion with an infinity pool or a ...

Google wages war
High-level thinky brains have been meeting in Los Angeles since Tuesday, at Google's request, taking part in the “Illicit Networks: forces in opposition” summit. Tired of waiting around for the cops or military or wading through red tape, ...

Roommate dispute leads to police shooting man in Winnetka
By Eric Hartley, Staff Writer At least one Los Angeles police officer shot a man who police say was reaching for a gun early this morning in Winnetka. About 4:20 am, police got a call for a roommate dispute on Welby Way near Aura Avenue, ...

Northridge mother pleads guilty in syrup swastika vandalism
By Ryan Torok A Northridge mother pleaded no contest today to a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor for helping her teenage daughter and two friends deface homes with maple syrup swastikas, human feces and toilet paper, according to ...

DOE spends $2.4m on hydrogen station research
By Sebastian Blanco RSS feed The US Energy Department has spent a lot of time and money researching hydrogen vehicles, and just announced $2.4 million more to move H2 refueling station technology forward. The $2.4 million will be spread out among five ...

Fred Willard Caught at Filthiest Adult Spot in L.A. Committing Lewd Act -- LAPD
By Dennis Romero Thu., Jul. 19 2012 at 11:50 AM Funnyman Fred Willard, a Tonight Show with Jay Leno regular and actor in such frat-boy classics as Anchorman and Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle allegedly gave himself hours of material to work with ...

Renovated City Hall Park Reopens
By Jason Kandel, Olsen Ebright and Conan Nolan The aftermath of a raid on City Hall lawn on Nov. 30, 2011 after protesters with the OccupyLA movement were cleared out after nearly two months camping there. The Occupy Los Angeles movement is growing in ...

College Football Analysis: Will UCLA and Washington Surprise USC and Oregon in ...
College Football Analysis: Will UCLA and Washington Surprise USC and Oregon in ...

Kidsave changes lives for orphaned children, adoptive parents
by Rebekah Blume Santiago Brown calls himself a “cashew.” It's his way of combining the words “Catholic” and “Jew,” to refer to his unusual religious background. He lived in Colombia in a Catholic orphanage until being adopted into a Jewish family a ...

Los Angeles Chefs Discuss Downtown L.A. at ALOUD
By Daina Beth Solomon Thu., Jul. 19 2012 at 1:50 PM "We can forget all our troubles, forget all our cares and go downtown ... everything's waiting for you!" When Petula Clark sang this line in 1964 -- albeit about New York -- who could have known she ...

'So You Think You Can Dance's' Nigel Lythgoe Attends 'Step Up Revolution' Premiere
The 3D dance film's cast, friends and fans were greeted with a loud soundtrack, live spray painting and a red carpet flash mob at the premiere on Tuesday night. So You Think You Can Dance creator Nigel Lythgoe attended the Step Up Revolution premiere ...

Weekend Watchables: July 20, 2012
By Jim Carlisle A crucial three-game series in Anaheim starts with Simi Valley's Jered Weaver (11-1, 2.26 ERA) facing the Rangers' Derek Holland (6-4, 4.57). Aaron Harang (6-5, 3.53) takes the mound for the Dodgers against Mets pitcher Johan Santana ...


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