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Los Angeles News 07/2012 (Page 16)



Parolee in Donna Jou's death arrested in Hollywood
By GREG HARDESTY / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER HOLLYWOOD – A man convicted in the 2007 overdose death of a Rancho Santa Margarita woman he met via craigslist is back behind bars on a parole violation after two women who responded to a recent craigslist ...

"Dark Knight" Cinema Scares Trigger Arrests
By Sam Schulz Clark Tabor, 52, was arrested Sunday at a cinema near Los Angeles after he allegedly stood up to complain that the movie had not yet begun and ranted about a gun and Colorado. Moviegoers are on edge and police departments on high alert ...

Charities help pets when foreclosure victims can't
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - Carla Waller believes in promises. She was married for 37 years, held one job for 35 and never adopted a pet she didn't keep for life. Until now. Waller and her husband Dennis moved to Las Vegas in 2006 and put ...

Balfour Gets 3 Life Sentences for Hudson Murders
"Mr. Balfour, you have the heart of an arctic night and your soul is as barren as deep space," Judge Burns said By Charlie Wojciechowski LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 20: Singer Jennifer Hudson speaks onstage at the 2011 American Music Awards held at ...

'American Idol' Summer Tour Hits Los Angeles: Concert Review
Season 11's Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and Colton Dixon take the stage with the rest of the top 10 in the city where they became famous. If you want to know what the audience for Fox's American Idol looks like, just show up at the annual ...

'Modern Family' Cast Sues 20th TV as Contract Renegotiation Turns Ugly (Exclusive)
UPDATED: Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that cast members Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara have filed suit today in Los Angeles Superior Court to void their contracts. The cast of Modern Family has ...

Sam Choy Launches Pineapple Express Truck This Week
By Garrett Snyder Tue., Jul. 24 2012 at 1:44 PM It's been a while since we've gotten revved up over a mobile eatery, but when Sam Choy, a James Beard Award winner and the so-called "father of modern Hawaiian cuisine," decides to open a food truck, ...

Dov Charney Confirms that Russian Uniforms Negotations Never Happened: A TFS ...
Dov Charney Confirms that Russian Uniforms Negotations Never Happened: A TFS ...

LA's war against jitneys
By Kevin Roderick | July 24, 2012 2:00 PM Two good stories within a week on the uneasy relationship in Los Angeles with lone wolf car services and drivers. In his always interesting Laws That Shaped LA series for the KCET website, Jeremy Rosenberg ...

Buyers lose 3-year dispute over Norman Chandler's former home
A couple who bought the mansion that once belonged to Los Angeles Times publisher Norman Chandler have lost a bid for civil damages against a previous owner who they alleged concealed myriad problems there. An arbitrator found Monday that Joseph ...

San Bernardino man and his dog killed in 10 Freeway crash
By Ruby Gonzales/SGVN Los Angeles County firefighters and CHP officers work to clear the scene of an early morning traffic accident Tuesday on the westbound 10 Freeway in El Monte where a San Bernardino man died after crashing his Ford minivan into a ...

Chad Everett, Handsome Star of TV's 'Medical Center,' Dies at 75
The actor also appeared in "The Singing Nun," "Mulholland Drive" and "Murder, She Wrote" during a four-decade career. Chad Everett, who played a young, sensitive surgeon for seven seasons on the 1970s CBS drama Medical Center, died Tuesday of lung ...

New park in downtown Los Angeles inspires grand hopes
For decades, the cascading strip of land in the heart of the Los Angeles Civic Center reflected a downtown where people commuted in each morning and cleared out by sunset. It was a collection of parking lots and little-used chunks of public space, ...

Teachers' attorney says evals can include test scores this year
In a potentially groundbreaking decision, Los Angeles teachers and administrators agreed with the school district for the first time to use student test scores as part of performance reviews beginning this school year. But an attorney for United ...

LA City Council bans medical marijuana dispensaries, mostly
In what could be a turning point in the city's seemingly unending battle to regulate the distribution of medical marijuana, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to ban all pot dispensaries, while also opening the door to let some ...

Not Funny, Miss Nevada Tells LA Sheriff
By REBEKAH KEARN LOS ANGELES (CN) - Los Angeles County sheriff's officers busted into the wrong apartment and forced a former Miss Nevada to get out of bed naked, watched her do it, then joked that she would "have a story to tell others at Thanksgiving ...

California court reinstates lawsuit against Glock
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - A California appeals court has reinstated a now-retired paralyzed Los Angeles police officer's product liability lawsuit against gun manufacturer Glock. Enrique Chavez was paralyzed from the waist down when his ...

AP: Marlins Will Trade NL Batting Champion Hanley Ramirez to Dodgers
By Jonathan Lloyd Hanley Ramirez of the Florida Marlins makes a throw to first during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Sun Life Stadium on April 26, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Dodgers have come to terms with the Marlins in a ...

3 sought in fatal Pacoima shooting believed to be drug-related
By City News Service The gunfire broke out at Plaza Romo in the 14000 block of Van Nuys Boulevard around 7:45 pm Tuesday, said Lt. Paul Vernon of the Los Angeles Police Department's Mission Detective Division. The victim was found sitting in a white ...

LA City Council Votes To Ban Marijuana Shops
By Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, myFOXla.com Editor / Producer - email (FOX) Unable to rein in hundreds of medical pot shops that blossomed around the nation's second-biggest metropolis, the Los Angeles City Council banned them Tuesday until the state's ...

MSQ Review: As You Like It – The Japanese Garden/VA West Los Angeles
New York has its annual Shakespeare in the Park; with this production of the bard's As You Like It, perhaps Los Angeles will too. While the Big Apple gets more rain during summer shows, we have the bonus of echoing traffic from the 405 to assist this ...

Rodriguez Talks 'Searching For Sugar Man'
Contrary to rumors, the featured singer in the upcoming documentary is still alive, and going strong. By Fred Topel Sorry, it's kind of a spoiler just to know that I'm interviewing Rodriguez, the singer featured in the documentary Searching for Sugar ...

LA Art Association Fundraiser Supports Emerging Artists
By Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, myFOXla.com Editor / Producer - email Hundreds of LA's most influential movers and shakers will attend the exclusive champagne VIP preview featuring food by NOBU, and the first 100 VIP ticket purchases will receive a print by ...

Michael Jackson's nephew named temporary guardian
In the absence of Katherine Jackson, TJ Jackson will look after the late singer's children. By TIMOTHY MANGAN / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER In the latest development Wednesday, a judge appointed Tito Jackson's son, TJ Jackson, as a temporary guardian of ...

Bieber paparazzo faces criminal charges in pursuit
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - A paparazzo photographer faces criminal charges in connection with a high-speed chase of Justin Bieber earlier this month, marking the first use of a state law designed to clamp down on photographers' reckless ...

Priest to Face Nine Counts of Sexual Assault
By Caroline Tan Luis Jose Cuevas, 67, faces nine counts of sexual battery. He is scheduled to appear in court on July 25 for his arraignment. A Long Beach parish priest is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon to face sexual assault charges ...

Bad Moon Rising
By Mark Lacter On the surface not much has changed. City Hall looks as imposing as it did when its doors opened in 1928. Cops are still patrolling, firefighters are still responding, trash still gets picked up once a week, and potholes, by and large, ...

Musicians fired up for Oxnard Salsa Festival
By Cary Ginell Orquesta Charangoa, Los Angeles' only traditional charanga band, will perform at 11 am Saturday at the 19th annual Oxnard Salsa Festival. The group's leader, Fay Roberts, is an accomplished flutist who is devoted to preserving the ...

Kropp: Farmers Classic missing stars but not drama
By Keith Kropp Pro tennis is back in Southern California this week and even though the upcoming London Olympics has prevented many of the ATP Tour's top players from participating, there has been some outstanding tennis so far and a promising weekend ...

Sweatshops Are Fashion's Dirty Little Secret. But They Don't Exist in L.A. ...
Sweatshops Are Fashion's Dirty Little Secret. But They Don't Exist in L.A. ...


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