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Judge calls into question how LA handles parking ticket challenges
A judge's tentative decision states that the city of Los Angeles must "conduct the initial review" of challenges to parking tickets and "may not delegate that task" to a processing agency. A judge's tentative decision states that the city of Los ...

L.A. or Chicago to host 2015 draft
The 2015 NFL draft will take place in Chicago or Los Angeles, commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday. New York City also had been considered, but Goodell said it has been ruled out. Sources previously told ESPN that scheduling issues had made New ...

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Sip, Cycle and Discover Your City with LA Explorers Club
Supported by New Belgium Brewing and local bicycle non-profit CICLE, LA Explorers Club will lead cyclists on two club rides through historic districts of LA. The rides serve as fundraisers for CICLE with the idea of using the streets and stories of ...

Fire in downtown LA building reveals drug lab
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Firefighters quickly doused a blaze in a six-story building in downtown Los Angeles, but a hazardous materials team has been summoned when a drug operation was discovered inside. LA city fire spokesman Eric French said some 88 ...

Third Water Main Break This Week Adds To LA Water Woes
(FOX 11 / CNS) A third water main break in about 24 hours briefly flooded a Highland Park street early today. The latest break occurred about 12:30 a.m. in an 80-year-old cast-iron main near North Avenue 54 and Monte Vista Street, said Gale Harris of ...

David Weidman retrospective on view through July
An exhibition of original silkscreens by David Weidman is on view at the Weidman Gallery through July 31. An exhibition of original silkscreens by David Weidman is on view at the Weidman Gallery through July 31. (Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times). By ...

5 Upbeat Things to Do in LA this Week for $13 or Less
Didn't catch the fireworks at the Hollywood Bowl this Fourth of July? Now's your chance to see them, at a family-friendly show featuring live orchestra performances to DreamWorks animated scenes. You can snag seats for just $13. The rest of this week's ...

East Hollywood woman fights off attacker in laundry room
A woman in her 30s was able to fight off a man who attacked her in the laundry room of her East Hollywood apartment complex Thursday night, authorities said. The incident occurred around 7:45 p.m. in the 1400 block of North Edgemont Steet. The woman ...

AIDS researchers killed in Malaysia Airlines crash honored in LA
A woman places flowers in memory of Flight 17 victims in front of the Netherlands Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. A woman places flowers in memory of Flight 17 victims in front of the Netherlands Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. (Rob Stothard / Getty Images). See ...

Explosion Leads to Fire, Then to Marijuana, in Downtown LA
Sounds of an explosion at an old downtown warehouse prompted calls to the Los Angeles Fire Department last night. And when firefighters arrived they found flames raging on the third floor of the structure, said LAFD spokesman Erik Scott told us. But ...

LA Affairs
We met in a ballroom dance class in Pasadena. I was a widow and found dance classes answered some needs. I got some exercise, had an opportunity to socialize and was challenged in learning new steps. Maybe I'd even meet someone special. In two ...

100K+ Cyclists: CicLAvia Pedals for South LA
CicLAvia is headed again for the Heart of LA and South LA in October and December, respectively. There are a dozen chestnuts and venerable old sayings that claim one can never walk the same path twice. True? True. Something along the way changes, ...

Quick review: Hotel Normandie, Los Angeles
When you try to view an online article but are required to answer a poll question first, what do you typically do? I have never seen this. Pick any answer just to get to the article quickly. Answer the poll honestly. I don't answer the poll ...

NFL Draft 2015: Why is Los Angeles a finalist?
News broke Thursday via NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell that the league has narrowed its list of potential 2015 NFL Draft hosts down to only Chicago and Los Angeles. Roger Goodell: 2015 NFL Draft to be held in Los Angeles or Chicago. New York out: ...

Weekend Planner: 22 Things To Do In Los Angeles
LAist gets a lot of event announcements, and we comb through them all to bring you a curated list of what's happening in LA this weekend, including these 22 events. FRIDAY, JULY 18. ART + MUSIC: Friday Flights, the Getty's music and art series in which ...

Drive-by shooting suspect is arrested after crashing into cars
The suspect in a drive-by shooting in downtown Los Angeles was taken into custody Saturday afternoon after he crashed into two cars in front of a homeless shelter, police said. The suspect, a man in his mid-50s, was driving a white van near 7th and San ...

Is Former Qualcomm Exec Peter Marx Making L.A. Smarter?
Former Qualcomm executive Peter Marx is setting his sights on improving the My LA311 App and upping transparency. Mayor Eric Garcetti has a Masters degree from Columbia University, was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, speaks two languages and ...

Two Los Angeles charter school closed without input
Los Angeles Unified School District officials quietly decided to shut down two schools, both charters that outperform their district-run peers in the classroom, based on the finding of a “draft” audit district officials have yet to release. Some 400 ...

Only thing trip to LA gets her is 'the look'
It had been a long time since Dan and I went into downtown Los Angeles. Usually we're just driving through it. My son Scott goes “into the city” all the time — he hops on the Metrolink and is in L.A. in less than an hour; no traffic, no SigAlerts and ...

Unaccompanied children are the focus of LA annual immigrant's Mass
Worshippers line up to see the relic of Santo Toribio, the saint of immigrants, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels in downtown Los Angeles after an annual celebration for immigrants on Sunday. Worshippers line up to see the relic of Santo Toribio ...

Honoring Nelson Mandela In the Voice of a 13-Year Old
Friday, July 18, Nelson Mandela would have been 96 years old. He was honored at the Legacy of Hope concert at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Guests enjoyed the setting sun, in the garden reception while drinking champagne and ...

Oakland Firm Burnham Brown Opens Los Angeles Office
The firm, which traces its roots back to 1899, said the office—located at 515 S. Flower Street, in the City National Plaza—will be staffed by lead partner Cathy Arias and associate Aneiko Hickerson. The office will initially focus on employment ...

News and notes for Monday 7.21.14
News, notes and observations from LA Observed and selected media sources. Sometimes daily, often in the morning. Top of the news. The first six months of 2014 were the hottest ever in California, according to the National Weather Service. The period ...

10 Secret Ways to Outsmart LA Pitfalls
You're so smart, you know how to avoid L.A.'s urban booby traps and tap its big-heartedness. You're so good, you share this wisdom with friends and family. Special knowledge like that godsend, the easy-peasy shortcut between the Westside and DTLA ...

Vigil Held For Israel-American Soldier From LA Killed in Gaza
(FOX 11) Hundreds of family and friends mourned the loss of Israel-American soldier Max Steinberg with a vigil in a West Hills park Sunday evening. Steinberg was one of the 13 people killed fighting in the Gaza Strip Sunday morning. Steinberg seen here ...

The First Blue Bottle in LA Opened Quietly in Downtown
Ever so quietly, Blue Bottle turned over the switch at Handsome Coffee in the Arts District last night, shutting down all social media channels and updating the website to reflect the new ownership. Blue Bottle, the highly lauded Oakland coffee roaster ...

LA and SF: Dueling Transport Visions
DIFFERENCES-In San Francisco, a bus project over a decade in the making finally receives its massive environmental impact report. In Los Angeles, the mayor announces his first executive directive, launching a “Great Streets” program. It's a tale of two ...

2014 off to hottest start on record for California
Passersby cool off at a fountain in Exposition Park in downtown Los Angeles on a day in March when the temperatures soared into the high 80s. Passersby cool off at a fountain in Exposition Park in downtown Los Angeles on a day in March when the ...

Loma Linda University Health seeks $1.2 billion upgrade
Loma Linda University Health is a Seventh Day Adventist church-run operation. Founded in 1905, the complex includes eight eight professional schools, six hospitals and more than 800 faculty physicians. Scott Bridges · Email | Twitter. An Inland Empire ...


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