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Los Angeles News 07/2012 (Page 2)



Mayor Villaraigosa, KTLA's Lu Parker end relationship
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and television news reporter Lu Parker, arm-in-arm regulars on the red carpet and at glitzy charity events in recent years, have broken up, a publicist for Parker said Monday. "I can confirm that Lu Parker ended ...

Construction authority attempts to separate from troubled regional agency
By Steve Scauzillo, SGVN Trenches being dug next to the Alameda Corridor East along the along Mission Drive to relocate utilities on Thursday, in San Gabriel. (SGVN/Staff photo by Keith Birmingham) The San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments recently ...

Suit in boy's fatal fall at Staples Center is rejected by judge
A Superior Court judge has tossed out a wrongful-death suit filed by a family whose 2-year-old boy plunged from a luxury box at Staples Center, saying that the arena operator was not responsible for the toddler's death. The suit, filed in Los Angeles ...

Noguez donor's firm got big cuts in property values
In the years after the real estate bubble burst in 2008, Santa Monica-based Douglas Emmett Inc.'s pleas for tax breaks on its portfolio of posh office buildings met with only modest success. Then in late 2010, John Noguez was elected Los Angeles County ...

Dodgers sign four international prospects
By Alex Angert and Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 07/02/12 10:53 PM ET LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers' new ownership group continued its push into the international market with the signing of four players on Monday. The team signed Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig ...

NBA: Odom thrilled to be back with Clippers
By Greg Beacham AP LOS ANGELES - Lamar Odom surveyed the bank of cameras with a practiced eye, subtly adjusting his impeccable suit and tie before stepping back into the spotlight. This star of hoops and reality TV is right at home in Hollywood, ...

Beware of fireworks danger amid Fourth of July fun
By Eric Hartley, Staff Writer Every year, as they did again last week, police and fire chiefs and politicians hold press conferences and put out bulletins to warn of the dangers of fireworks in the hands of amateurs. But every year, people still play ...

Cheers, Concern Greet New Federal Building Plan
The pit at First Street and Broadway could house not just a courthouse, but also a new federal building. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Downtowners were nearly euphoric in January when Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard suddenly announced that long-stalled ...

TRAFFIC ALERT: Big rig crash on 5 Fwy in Norwalk spills fuel, shuts southbound ...
TRAFFIC ALERT: Big rig crash on 5 Fwy in Norwalk spills fuel, shuts southbound ...

Woman Dragged Out of Truck After Wild Freeway Pursuit
CULVER CITY, Calif. (KTLA) -- California Highway Patrol officers avoided tragedy Monday afternoon when they arrested a woman after a pursuit that ended with her pointing her fingers at them like a gun. It all began just after 3 pm Monday, when Fountain ...

Long Beach Set To Fight 405 Expansion In Orange County
Long Beach officials are rallying troops to fight a plan to widen I-405 in Orange County — at least until mitigation measures are discussed. The battle is shaping up as a repeat of what happened two years ago, when the Orange County Transportation ...

Shopping With Fido: Dog Park Opening at Local Mall
Attention shoppers: If you can't bear to leave your canine companion at home when you go to the mall, one Los Angeles shopping center is about to make your dreams come true. The Westfield Century City Shopping Center is opening a dog park adjacent to ...

State appeals court rules cities can't just ban pot shops
By City News Service LOS ANGELES - A state appeals court affirmed the legality of medical marijuana dispensaries under California law and rejected bans imposed by municipalities. A three-justice panel of the 2nd District Court of Appeal held Monday ...

Kings not waiting to take care of business
By Lisa Dillman LOS ANGELES - There were no bad breakup scenes, no botched qualifying offers, and the Los Angeles Kings smoothly moved through what can be an often rough, post-Stanley Cup period.They wrapped up the biggest piece of business when goalie ...

Admission price to LA Zoo going up $1; fifth increase in 5 years
By City News Service LOS ANGELES - The City Council today approved a $1 across-the-board increase in admission to the Los Angeles Zoo for adults, children and seniors, the fifth ticket increase in five years. The increase was called for as part of the ...

Former Commerce Secretary Bryson won't be charged in collisions
By Brenda Gazzar John Bryson Unites States Secretary of Commerce who has had four daughters graduate from the school was the Commencement Speaker at 2012 Polytechnic School in Pasadena Commencement Thursday, June 7, 2012. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Walt ...

Foster The People @ Gibson Amphitheatre
This past weekend, LA natives-turned-superstars Foster The People played two sold-out shows in LA, much to the delight of the over 12000 devout fans who showed up to support their hometown heroes. Since releasing their 2011 debut album, Torches, ...

X Games 2012 Re-Cap: Gold Ambitions Falls Short
by Steve Breazeale Ryan Sheckler competes in Men's Skateboard Street Final during X Games Los Angeles 2012. Photo by Christian Pndella/ESPN Images If you didn't catch the 2012 version of the Summer X Games over the weekend, you missed out on some ...

Hollywood 360 Expands Syndication
HOLLYWOOD 360, the weekly nostalgia and trivia program hosted by 30-year broadcast veteran and nostalgia expert CARL AMARI, is expanding beyond SALEM RADIO NETWORK's News/Talk stations, such as: WNYM/NEW YORK, KRLA/LOS ANGELES, WIND-A/CHICAGO, ...

Afflicted With a Rare Disease Called HIBM, Daniel and Bobby Darvish Have ...
Afflicted With a Rare Disease Called HIBM, Daniel and Bobby Darvish Have ...

Colonies defense attorney named one of top trial lawyers in country
By Joe Nelson Defense attorney Stephen Larson, who represents Rancho Cucamonga developer Jeff Burum, walks out of a courtroom in San Bernardino Superior Court after a hearing June 8 in the Colonies corruption scandal. (Rachel Luna/Staff Photographer) A ...

LA raises parking fines, zoo admission to help with budget woes
Fines for dozens of Los Angeles parking violations will jump another $5 this summer, as Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council continue shifting more of the city's budget woes onto motorists. In what has become a recurring search for summer ...

Los Angeles drops business tax on car dealerships
Hoping to lure car dealerships back to Los Angeles, the City Council voted Tuesday to eliminate the business tax for new auto dealers. Dealerships are sought after by cities because they generate substantial sales tax revenue. But officials say nearly ...

Doctors' suit against Aetna claims patients denied specialized care
By Susan Abram, Staff Writer Saying they are tired of being bullied, physicians groups from across the state filed a lawsuit Tuesday against health insurer Aetna, claiming the company denied patient access to out-of-network care, threatened and dropped ...

Baldwin Park will evaluate outsourcing police to LA County to help solve ...
Baldwin Park will evaluate outsourcing police to LA County to help solve ...

Indians topple Angels 9-5
By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Zach McAllister delivers against the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning of a baseball game Tuesday, July 3, 2012, in Cleveland. CLEVELAND—Rookie Zach McAllister lasted six innings, ...

"Loudest Charity on Earth" Brings Music to Inmates
By John Cadiz Klemack A Los Angeles nonprofit called Jail Guitar Doors seeks to use music to change revenge into redemption for prison inmates. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 11 pm on July 3, 2012. In the middle of the Southern ...

Firefighters, Helicopters Put Out Brush Fire in Palmdale
By Melissa Pamer A blaze broke out at about 9 pm Tuesday night near a Palmdale residential development and quickly burned up hillsides. Within two hours, it was holding at 250 acres, but Los Angeles County Fire Department officials said wind would be a ...

Fireworks Guide: Where to Watch 4th of July Fireworks
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- It's Independence Day, and that means lots of celebrations and fireworks shows around town! From the Hollywood Bowl to the Queen Mary, the skies over Southern California will be lit up Wednesday night in honor of our nation's ...

Millions in SoCal Hitting the Road for 4th of July
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- This 4th of July is expected to be one of the busiest holidays for driving in years, fueled by falling prices at the pump. The price of a gallon of regular gasoline in Los Angeles/Long Beach is $3.74, down about 50 cents from just ...


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