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Human Rights Organizers Protest, Demand LAPD Investigate Charges Against ...
Human Rights Organizers Protest, Demand LAPD Investigate Charges Against ...

Justin Bieber hits photographer with car in Hollywood
Justin Bieber reportedly hit a photographer Monday night in Hollywood when the man jumped in front of his car as he was pulling away. (The Associated Press). LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police say Justin Bieber struck a photographer with his car in ...

Tweet of the day
The City Council is poised today to make Los Angeles the largest city in the nation to phase out plastic bags from grocery stores. LAT · city-hall-from-lat.jpg Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti said he will meet in New York this week with Mayor Michael ...

LAUSD board passes $6.2 billion budget
The Los Angeles Unified school board passed a $6.2 billion budget for 2013-14 on Tuesday, the first time in five years that deep cuts and gut-wrenching layoffs haven't been part of the financial plan. With about $200 million more in state revenue ...

LAUSD spending $30 million to buy 30000 iPads for students
The Los Angeles Unified board Tuesday approved a $30 million contract to buy iPads for 30,000 students, the first phase in an ambitious plan to equip every pupil with a computer tablet within the next 14 months. (AP File Photo). The Los Angeles Unified ...

Police visited woman's vandalized home night before she was allegedly slain by ...
Police visited woman's vandalized home night before she was allegedly slain by ...

Sewage spill forces closure of 100-yard stretch of Malibu beach
MALIBU - A sewage spill prompted closure of a 100-yard stretch of the beach in Malibu today. Los Angeles County health officials were notified today by Malibu city officials that an unknown amount of sewage may have entered the ocean at 19830 Pacific ...

Journalist Michael Hastings dies in LA car crash
Journalist Michael Hastings, best known for a Rolling Stone feature that led to the resignation of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, died early Tuesday in a car crash in Los Angeles, his employer said. Neither the Los Angeles Police Department nor coroner's ...

Free Rides on LA Subways End as Turnstiles Lock
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Starting on Wednesday, the honor system that has been in place for Los Angeles' subways will go away, and riders will be required to pay. Metro officials planned to lock the turnstiles at the subway entrances below Union Station ...

LA Man Shames Prop. 8 Donors in New Video Series
He's here. He's queer. And he's not above playing pranks to show that he means business. Jeff Girard -- a 32-year-old native of Yuba City, CA, and current Angeleno -- is a social justice activist who's expressing his support for marriage equality by ...

Five Artsy Things to Do in LA This Week, From Chatroulette to Marlboro Man
This week, music videos get higher-art treatment, quirky paintings hang in Koreatown and a straight-shooting L.A. artist has a debut show at her new gallery. 5. Finding artistry on MTV "We believe music videos are the most universal, accessible and ...

LA Film Fest Continues: Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
On Friday at the Grand Park's Performance Lawn downtown, in honor of the original 1988 Hairspray's 25th anniversary, the L.A. Film Fest and Dance Camera West want you to do the Mashed Potato with Tracy and the gang -- poodle skirts and all. The musical ...

Politics and government
Gov. Brown is ready to sign a budget that would allow local officials to opt out of some provisions of the Public Records Act as a way to save money, drawing protests from California newspapers. LAT. The City Council voted 11-1 to ban single-use ...

LA approves ban on plastic grocery bags
Attention Los Angeles shoppers: The plastic bag is disappearing from more than just the supermarket. L.A. on Tuesday became the newest and by far the largest city to back a ban on plastic grocery bags, approving an ordinance that applies not just to ...

Breaking News:Brad Pitt makes his third appearance of the day at an advance ...
Breaking News:Brad Pitt makes his third appearance of the day at an advance ...

LA Fire Chief Apologizes For Controversial Photo Depicting Mexicans
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian Cummings apologized Wednesday for a controversial photo depicting Mexicans he displayed on Twitter. “I sincerely apologize for any insensitivity or disrespect to anyone offended by posing for ...

Wrongful Death Trail of Michael Jackson Continues - Los Angeles Local News ...
Wrongful Death Trail of Michael Jackson Continues - Los Angeles Local News ...

A Book About the Stupid Mistakes You Make in Your 20s
That's the thesis of L.A. author Kathy Ebel's funny, honest, first novel, Claudia Silver to the Rescue. Set in early-'90s New York, the book follows a 20-something college grad figuring out her place in the world, careerwise and otherwise. Her series ...

Ex-USC Professor Arrested in Mexico Returns to LA
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — A former USC professor arrested in Mexico on suspicion of sex crimes against children was extradited back to Los Angeles on Wednesday. Walter Lee Williams, 64, was taken into custody on Tuesday by Mexican authorities in the ...

Five Dance Shows to See in LA This Week, Including a Hairspray Dance-Along ...
Five Dance Shows to See in LA This Week, Including a Hairspray Dance-Along ...

Former USC Professor Due In Federal Court On Child Exploitation Charges
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A former USC professor arrested in Mexico on federal child exploitation charges is expected to appear in court Thursday. Walter Lee Williams, 64, was extradited to Los Angeles Wednesday night to face charges of sexual ...

Rose Bowl Gets A Facelift, It's LA After All
It is a National Historic Landmark and iconic to Southern California, but up to now no one was allowed inside the Rose Bowl Stadium for a public tour. Starting this weekend, fans can get a behind-the-scenes look. The tour takes a look back at the ...

Did LA Cyclists Just Get Hosed by Unanimous Vote?
(Update, 3:28 p.m.: Council Member Huizar sends along a rendering of the new design. The text of the final motion can be found here.) The verdict is in. And it looks like Hollywood won. The Los Angeles City Council just voted unanimously to replace the ...

Councilman Rosendahl's colorful life of city service
The L.A. official maintains an oddball, larger-than-life persona focused on helping others. One friend describes his home as a commune; another, a three-ring circus. By Kate Linthicum. June 20, 2013, 5:00 a.m.. The L.A. official maintains an oddball, ...

Department of Water and Power sells blighted Van Nuys house after 24...
Department of Water and Power sells blighted Van Nuys house after 24...

LA, Orange Co. Gas Prices Rise By More Than 5 Cents Overnight
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles County Friday recorded its largest daily increase for a gallon of gas since February, up more than an average of 5 cents to $4.104. The average price has risen for 13 consecutive days and is 9.5 cents more than ...

Now Online: Good Eggs L.A. Brings Groceries from Local Producers
Farmers markets are great for small-batch finds, but you have to make it there in the first place. For many people, there's the small window of access: Most markets set up once a week, a few hours at a time. Added to that, not all producers sell at ...

5 Ways to Dance the Night Away in LA This Week
What better time than the official start of summer to cut loose and kick off your Sunday shoes? This week in L.A. features a number of great opportunities to get up and shake it -- and even if you've got two left feet, you can enjoy as you watch the ...

The New LAX Terminal: Your Favorite Eats on the Fly
The new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX was unveiled last night at a black-tie gala, after nearly $2 billion in renovations. There are new boarding gates, more passport agents and fancy new video displays, but most importantly, there's the ...

(From the last 12 hours)
TOM HOFFARTH on the MEDIA: How far will courting a change against Time Warner Cable get in the courts? By Tom Hoffarth Columnist. Posted: 06/20/2013 10:42:59 PM PDT. Updated: 06/21/2013 08:43:50 AM PDT. It's become the $11 billion question is: ...


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