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Los Angeles News 08/2012 (Page 19)



LA opposes 710 Freeway extension above ground or by tunnel
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously adopted a resolution Tuesday that joined a chorus of voices opposing plans to extend the 710 Freeway north either above ground or by tunnel. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on ...

Police panel OKs guidelines on reporting possible terrorism
Over the objections of some civil liberties groups, the Los Angeles Police Commission approved controversial new guidelines Tuesday for when LAPD officers can document suspicious behavior they believe could be linked to terrorism. The five-member ...

Supervisors voice concerns on Fire Department tax hike
Los Angeles County firefighters in South Gate last year; the fire department serves about 4 million residents in the unincorporated parts of the county and 58 contract cities. It has asked L.A. County supervisors to raise the fire protection district ...

In court, deputies discuss string of home burglaries
A license plate number written down by a delivery driver who saw two men running in a residential area followed by an alarm resulted in detectives nailing down suspects accused of burglaries in several counties including Ventura, according to court ...

Kemp injured, leaves game in Dodgers' loss
DENVER — Wilin Rosario homered among three hits and drove in three runs, Tyler Chatwood pitched five effective innings and the Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-4 on Tuesday night. Andrew Brown had three hits for the Rockies, who ...

Rosario homers as Rockies beat Dodgers 8-4
DENVER — DENVER (AP) - Wilin Rosario homered among three hits and drove in three runs, Tyler Chatwood pitched five effective innings and the Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-4 on Tuesday night. Andrew Brown had three hits for the ...

Mora ready for first game as UCLA's coach
LOS ANGELES – Forty-eight hours before his college head coaching debut against Rice, new UCLA coach Jim Mora showed no signs of pregame nerves Tuesday. "I'm anxious, like I'm always anxious," Mora said after Tuesday's practice. "I'm excited to watch ...

UCLA study suggests Partners for Children benefits patients, state
UCLA study suggests Partners for Children benefits patients, state. Children in the pilot Medi-Cal program spent less time in the hospital, their families' quality of life improved and their medical costs fell by 11%, the UCLA Center for Health Policy ...

LAPD officers slam cuffed woman to ground
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Two Los Angeles Police Department officers are under investigation stemming from a use of force incident caught on tape showing a woman being slammed to the ground twice, once while in handcuffs. Michelle Jordan, 34, of ...

College Basketball Teams with Freshman Concerns: Kentucky, N.C. State ...
College Basketball Teams with Freshman Concerns: Kentucky, N.C. State ...

Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and TrafficIsaac nears New Orleans, floods ...
Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and TrafficIsaac nears New Orleans, floods ...

Tennis Referee Charged With Murder Due In LA Court
Los Angeles, CA -. (AP) A professional tennis referee accused of beating her 80-year-old husband to death was set for a court appearance Wednesday where her lawyer was expected to argue for her release. Attorney Alison Triessl (TRY-zel) said in a bail ...

LA County Fair: Take a Bite
The Los Angeles County Fair, which is busily preparing for its Friday, Aug. 31 opening, is often called the largest county fair in the country. That's no exaggeration, as you know if you've been. In fact, the fair is very much like a city within its ...

Inaugural Brawerman scholarships awarded
Five Los Angeles teenagers have been awarded $40,000 in college scholarships as part of the inaugural Brawerman Fellowship of the Geri and Richard Brawerman Leadership Institute. The fellows, who applied for the scholarships through The Jewish ...

Snoop Dogg -- Manager Sued for $115K Over Botched Appearance
Snoop Dogg's name (we refuse to call him Snoop Lion) is being dragged into a nasty lawsuit between a self-proclaimed manager and some nightclub -- all over an appearance gone wrong -- and now, the club wants over $100,000 in damages. Exchange L.A. ...

The happy end to Concept 6 -- the year-round tracks at LA Unified schools
A new school year just began in Los Angeles Unified School District with all the typical fresh hopes and dreams, but this one will be different. For the first time since the 1980s when the district first implemented it, no LAUSD student will be ...

Tennis Referee Pleads Not Guilty to Killing Husband with Coffee Mug
The defense attorney for Lois Goodman is accusing the LAPD of turning the case into a media circus by arresting the 70-year-old woman in New York, where she was set to work at the U.S. Open. Goodman is accused of killing her 80-year-old husband with a ...

Fuck New York: Street Art Began Here in LA
cartoonmoca.jpeg. ART IN THE STREETS, THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA, PHOTOS BY GREGORY BOJORQUEZ, COURTESY OF MOCA. L.A.'s Mister Cartoon works on his exhibit at MOCA's landmark street art exhibit in 2011 ...

Taco Shop, Auto Repair Business Targeted in Federal Drug Ring Takedown
An alleged loose-knit Southern California drug ring linked to Mexico-based suppliers of cocaine, heroin and crystal meth was the target of a federal takedown Wednesday that netted 17 arrests at sites across the Los Angeles region. The drugs seized in ...

Favre: LACMA photo exhibit examines our fame-obsessed society
Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Several dozen images from "The Sun and Other Stars" come from Charlie White's "Casting Call" series. The girls seen in the series all look eerily familiar. "It shows a desire for a generation of adolescents to conform ...

LA spent $2 million to keep up camps closed for more than 10 years
L.A. spent $2 million to keep up camps closed for more than 10 years. The city has paid for caretakers to live at Camp Valcrest and Camp Radford, closed for 13 and 20 years, respectively, an audit by City Controller Wendy Greuel finds. print. Comments ...

Bid to repeal LA's ban on pot shops may be headed for ballot
Bid to repeal L.A.'s ban on pot shops may be headed for ballot. Campaign to overturn L.A.'s ban on dispensaries says it has twice the signatures needed to put the measure before voters, a move that could temporarily suspend law. print. Comments. 0 ...

DWP Pays Out $1 MIllion in Trash Pickup Double-Billing Settlement, Refund ...
DWP Pays Out $1 MIllion in Trash Pickup Double-Billing Settlement, Refund ...

Head rolls already over LAPD use of force in Pacoima
Whoa, this was decisive: LAPD Chief Charlie Beck announced tonight that he has relieved Foothill division commander Capt. Joseph Hiltner for his "severely deficient" response to the appearance of excessive force used against a handcuffed woman in ...

California bill banning open carrying of rifles sent to governor
California bill banning open carrying of rifles sent to governor. Lawmakers also send bills to the governor that allow young illegal immigrants to have driver's licenses and require college workers to report suspected child abuse. print. Comments. 15 ...

Medical Marijuana Proponents Say They Have Enough Signatures to Force ...
Medical Marijuana Proponents Say They Have Enough Signatures to Force ...

Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and TrafficTranscript of Vice Presidential ...
Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and TrafficTranscript of Vice Presidential ...

Gov. Brown opens campaign to hike taxes with visit to Hawthorne school
California Gov, Jerry Brown speaking on pension reform Tuesday Aug. 28, 2012 in Los Angeles. Brown announced systematic reforms to California's badly underfunded public pension system that he says will save taxpayers billions of dollars over time,(AP ...

Porn Star Tasha Reign's Secret Life as a UCLA Student
"What is sex?" the professor asks her class, deadpan, on a hot August day. The room is quiet except for the steady tapping of a nervous foot, belonging to a tan blonde. It's the first day of class -- summer session at UCLA. The students in "Sex and the ...

Activists challenge law over proposed LA stadium
LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - Activists opposed to a $1.5 billion downtown football stadium sued the state of California on Thursday over a law that attempts to fast-track construction of Farmers Field. The suit, filed in Los Angeles County ...


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