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Los Angeles News 12/2013 (Page 4)



LA Now Live: County supervisors react to sheriff's corruption probe
Join Times staff writer Seema Mehta at 9 a.m. Thursday for an L.A. Now Live discussion about how Los Angeles County supervisors are reacting to this week's federal charges against 18 former and current Sheriff's Department officials. Those charges and ...

2 Killed, 3 Injured In 'Suspicious' Echo Park Apartment Fire
ECHO PARK (CBSLA.com) — Two people were killed and three others were injured Thursday morning in a suspicious Echo Park apartment fire. The fire broke out around 12:15 a.m. in the 1000 block of N. Bonnie Brae Street, the Los Angeles Fire Department ...

Gift pick No. 36: Kim Baise's charming papier-mache mobiles
Los Angeles illustrator Kim Baise, who works under the name Jikits, said she created playful papier-mâché mobiles "to represent the side of me that enjoys being trapped in my own inner world." Her work is reminiscent of Mexican folk art. The eloquent ...

Los Angeles-based bus company among those shutdown by regulators
Salcido Tours, a Los Angeles-based bus company that operates in Southern California and Mexico, was among those shut down by federal regulators in a nationwide safety crackdown. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration shuttered 52 bus ...

Let's get illegal vendors of bunnies and turtles off LA's streets
One of the trickier problems in animal welfare is stopping the illegal sale of underage rabbits, kittens, turtles, birds and other exotic animals on street corners in Los Angeles. The area outside Santee Alley, the popular and densely filled open-air ...

Labor relations officer sides with LA on employee pension cuts
A Los Angeles employee relations official delivered a stinging defeat to city labor leaders on Thursday, saying they failed to meet a procedural deadline for challenging a rollback in public employee pension benefits last year. In a 23-page report ...

LA says unions missed deadline to challenge pension rollback
A Los Angeles employee relations officer delivered a stinging defeat to the city's labor leaders Thursday, saying that they failed to meet a procedural deadline for challenging a hotly contested rollback in public employee pension benefits. Hearing ...

LA Now Live: LAFD flips stance on releasing public information
Join Times staffer Ben Welsh at 9 a.m. for an L.A. Now Live discussion of the Los Angeles Fire Department's changing positions on what public information it will provide. In recent days, LAFD public information officers had given out far less public ...

LA County Hits 10 Million Population Mark
KNX 1070′s Jon Baird reports the county is the first in the U.S. to hit the 10 million mark. play pause. LA County Hits 10 Million Population Mark; Jon Baird. Based on data from the California Department of Finance data released Thursday, the county's ...

Orange County Register Owner Plans New Daily LA Paper
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The parent company of the Orange County Register plans to expand with a daily paper in Los Angeles, looking to further stretch its regional reach to nearly all of Southern California. The new, seven-days-a-week paper will be known ...

It's a (gift) wrap … and an artwork, a shelf liner, a place mat and more
They're versatile. They're inexpensive. And they're often handmade, by local artisans to boot. The tea towel is more than a dish rag or an eco-friendly substitute for disposable Bounty or Viva these days. It's a bit of graphic art, available in a ...

LA weather: Santa Ana winds could cause extreme fire danger
A high-pressure system building over the L.A. Basin could create dangerous fire conditions as Santa Ana winds blow over the Southland through Sunday. Residents in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys could experience wind gusts as high as 65 ...

Weekend Planner: 16 Things to Do in LA
LAist gets a lot of event announcements—the good, the bad and the downright ugly. We comb through them to bring you this curated list of what's happening in LA this weekend. FRIDAY, DEC. 13. MUSIC: The contemporary/classical music ensemble wild Up ...

Weekend Agenda: L.A.'s Art and Fashion Community Raises Funds for the ...
Weekend Agenda: L.A.'s Art and Fashion Community Raises Funds for the ...

Your Guide To Eating Out In LA During The Holidays
Ah the holidays... that time of the year where we're allowed to stuff our faces without feeling too guilty and our diets are thrown out the window. If you're too lazy to cook, not going home for the holidays, or just don't even celebrate Christmas, we ...

Her new life, lifted from lyrics
Like a great lot of self-professed Angelenos, I'm a transplant. I was living in Northern California until the bursting bubble of the first dot-com boom, but my husband had grown up here. There was nothing left for us after the Internet dust had settled ...

Where to find goose in LA: Goose tacos, German goose, Christmas goose ...
Where to find goose in LA: Goose tacos, German goose, Christmas goose ...

Kids and Adults Flock to LA Rarity: Black Santa Claus
Dressed in a red Santa suit, white beard and rimless glasses balanced on his nose, Langston Patterson sits on a velvet couch and waits for his adoring fans. black-santa. Jahleel Logan, 3, poses with Santa Claus, a.k.a. Langston Patterson, 77, at the ...

3 LA school board members favor special election to replace LaMotte
Three of six Los Angeles school board members said they favor a special election to replace Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte, who died last week. The Board of Education is scheduled to decide Tuesday how they will fill a vacancy created by the passing of ...

Police Chase Reckless Driving Suspect In Corvette Around South Gate
SOUTH GATE (CBSLA.com) — Police chased a suspect driving a Corvette Friday evening in South Gate. Officials said the driver was wanted for reckless driving. The pursuit began in East Los Angeles, went through Bell and Huntington Park and ended in ...

Gun reform groups unite in LA to remember Sandy Hook tragedy
Social activists and religious groups will gather Saturday in Los Angeles to remember the 26 students and teachers killed during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and to call on Congress to act on new gun-control laws. The three-hour event, ...

Los Angeles May Relax Flat-Topped Skyscraper Policy [UPDATE]
The skyline of Los Angeles may get a little more interesting, if Jose Huizar has his way. L.A. City officials announced plans yesterday to shift away from an old policy that mandates flat-topped skyscrapers in the city. Huizar is teaming up with the ...

2 Dead, 2 Injured In Crash Between Sheriff's Patrol Car, SUV
PALMDALE (CBSLA.com) — Authorities said two people were killed and two others — including a sheriff's deputy — were injured Saturday following the crash of a sheriff's patrol car and a SUV in Palmdale. The crash occurred at the intersection of 17th ...

Hundreds Gather To Protest Motion To Keep People From Publicly Feeding The ...
Hundreds Gather To Protest Motion To Keep People From Publicly Feeding The ...

14-year-old girl slain in Compton in possible gang-related shooting
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 14-year-old girl who was shot multiple times Saturday night in Compton in what authorities believe was a gang-related shooting, authorities said. Deputies responded to a call of gunshots about 10:10 ...

SantaCon LA 2013
More than 500 Santa Clauses, a few reindeer and one gingerbread man poured into downtown Los Angeles and surrounding bars of interest for SantaCon L.A. 2013. Starting with margaritas and cervezas at Boyle Heights' El Mercadito Mariachi restaurant in ...

Diamond Bar Family Victims Of Scary Home Invasion Robbery
DIAMOND BAR (CBSLA.com) — A Diamond Bar family was involved in a scary home invasion robbery Sunday evening, according to authorities. The robbery took place in a home located on Charmingdale Road and Golden Springs Drive. CBS2′s Cristy ...

L.A. Unions Lose Appeal of $4.3 Billion in Pension Cuts on a Technicality
Unions objecting to a unilateral $4.3 billion cut in pensions by the city of Los Angeles lost their appeal on a technicality last week when a hearing officer ruled they missed a 90-day filing deadline. Officer Luella Nelson's 23-page report, which will ...

Brawl breaks out at fraternity's toy drive near LAX
No one was seriously injured Monday during a brawl that broke out at a fraternity's large toy drive at a hotel near Los Angeles International Airport, police said. The brawl, which involved about two dozen people, broke out about 12:45 a.m. at the ...

How Jessica Simpson lost the baby weight
Entertainer and fashion mogul Jessica Simpson had two babies in less than two years, but she's back in shape, thanks to Weight Watchers and walking four miles a day, she tells USA Today. Oh, and she works out with celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak ...


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