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LA mayor, fire chief announce measures to prevent dangerous blazes
After an unusually high number of fire deaths this year, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas announced new initiatives Monday to prevent dangerous blazes. Terrazas said the Fire Department is launching a pilot program in Watts ...

$213 million earmarked to track LA homeless by computer, house 1400
A collaborative of public and private agencies is dedicating $213 million to try to end chronic and veteran homelessness in the next two years. A collaborative of public and private agencies is dedicating $213 million to try to end chronic and veteran ...

22 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
Looking for something to do? Here are 22 of of our favorite events happening in Los Angeles this week. Read on for the details: MONDAY, SEPT. 8. MUSIC: The Echo presents a Monday Night Residency with Fenech-Soler / Soft Swells, who are playing ...

Rod Stewart and Caesars Palace sued by Los Angeles photographer
Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers release preliminary 2015 season schedule - The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin their 2015 season by playing host to the San Diego Padres on April 6 at Dodger Stadium, according to the preliminary schedule announced ...

Sign-ups for big LA health clinic for uninsured fall short
Organizers of the annual Care Harbor free clinic, which will take place Thursday through Sunday, say that only two-thirds of 4,000 available appointments were taken during sign-ups Sunday. Above, the 2012 Care event. Organizers of the annual Care ...

Executive at center of Tinder scandal resigns
Tinder CMO Justin Mateen, who was suspended in July amid an internal investigation due to a sexual-harassment lawsuit, won't be returning to the West Hollywood startup. Annlee Ellingson: Staff Writer- L.A. Biz: Email | Twitter · Justin Mateen, who was ...

LA Approves "Green" Alleys That Will Capture Rainwater
LA city officials charged with finding solutions to the drought are turning their attention to neighborhood alleys, which they hope to transform into "green spaces" meant to capture and conserve much-needed water. Patrick Healy reports for the NBC4 ...

Against Odds, LA Children Reunite With Families
Despite challenges, parents are reunited with children after Department of Child and Family Services intervention. By Hetty Chang. View Comments (. ) |. Email. |. Print. NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest local updates in your inbox. Privacy Policy | More ...

Feds raid LA's fashion district in drug money laundering probe
Law enforcement officers from various agencies descended on businesses in downtown Los Angeles as part of an investigation into suspected drug money laundering. Law enforcement officers from various agencies descended on businesses in downtown ...

Too many cooks spoil veterans home's kitchen
@latstevelopez4 years after opening 200 of the 396 beds at west la veterans home are empty. http://t.co/pGc6Yphmz7. Veterans Affairs West L.A. facility. Gabriel Bouys, AFP/Getty Images. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger at the groundbreaking for a veterans ...

LA school board approves contract to destroy emails after a year
L.A. school board member Monica Ratliff listens as the LAUSD's chief information officer, Ron Chandler, right, speaks at an August board meeting. L.A. school board member Monica Ratliff listens as the LAUSD's chief information officer, Ron Chandler ...

WeHo, Santa Monica ponder minimum wage hikes after LA plan unveiled
Mayor Eric Garcetti announces his plan to raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles on Sept. 1. Mayor Eric Garcetti announces his plan to raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles on Sept. 1. (Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times). By Emily Alpert Reyes contact ...

Flea and the Battle for L.A.'s Coolest Corner
Sunset Junction, gateway to the hilly and hipster-friendly Los Angeles enclave known as Silver Lake, is currently a battlefield. And Flea may be its only hope. The spot where two railway lines once converged has come to represent a certain upscale, ...

Hollywood's Top Doctors: Best Ophthalmologists in Los Angeles
A version of this story first appeared in the Sept. 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Hollywood is a town obsessed with its health — and its vanity. So it's no surprise that everyone has an opinion on who the best doctors in Los Angeles are ...

Huge Los Angeles raid nets $90M in cartel money
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Raids in the fashion district of Los Angeles led to the seizure of $90 million — including $70 million of it in cash — in a massive crackdown on Mexican cartels' attempts to use international trade to launder money from U.S. drug ...

LA revokes construction permits for hilltop house in Bel-Air
The unfinished nearly 30,000-square-foot residence being developed by Mohamed Hadid in Bel-Air is on hold after city officials pulled his permits. The unfinished nearly 30,000-square-foot residence being developed by Mohamed Hadid in Bel-Air is on hold ...

Hollywood's Top Doctors: Best Thoracic and Cardiac Surgeons in Los Angeles
A version of this story first appeared in the Sept. 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Hollywood is a town obsessed with its health — and its vanity. So it's no surprise that everyone has an opinion on who the best doctors in Los Angeles are ...

In the Garden of Isabelle
An Isabelle Greene garden in Pacific Palisades puts on a colorful display all year, from fiery canopies in autumn to verdant swaths in summer. We're there for the whole show. September 11, 2014 Ann Herold L.A. Home, Outdoors Add a comment. Ken and ...

The Gap Wants You to Dress More Normal Than Ever
Normcore became a thing this year, but the look the catchword describes (a unisex uniform of nondescript basics) has been around—and available at an affordable price point at the Gap—for decades. Now the brand is embracing the trend, using ...

LA heat wave: Medical emergencies expected to spike this weekend
A heat wave that's forecast to bear down on the Los Angeles region this weekend is likely to bring not only a heightened threat of wildfires but also a spike in medical emergencies. “People overestimate their abilities and underestimate the danger of ...

Attorney for Supt. Deasy asks for LA school board emails
John Deasy, Superintentent of Los Angeles schools, during a Board of Education meeting in August. John Deasy, Superintentent of Los Angeles schools, during a Board of Education meeting in August. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times). By Howard Blume ...

Agency: Woman pushed officer who then punched her
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A California Highway Patrol officer videotaped repeatedly punching a woman on the side of a Los Angeles freeway had just pulled her from oncoming traffic and she resisted by pushing him, a patrol investigator said. Investigator Sean ...

ROUNDUP: Taft takes down Palisades in battle of LA City volleyball powers
In a battle of last year's L.A. City Section finalists, the Taft girls volleyball team outlasted Palisades 25-20, 25-23, 23-25, 15-25, 15-3 in Thursday's nonleague showdown. Taft, the reigning Division II champion, received 22 kills from Andrea Bosnic ...

Disney Engineer's Photos Show Working Class Los Angeles In The 1930s And ...
Disney Engineer's Photos Show Working Class Los Angeles In The 1930s And ...

Weekend Planner: 21 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 21 events. We'll be back on Monday to help you plan the week ahead. FRIDAY, SEPT. 12. MUSIC: ...

Bnei Akiva seals $7.1 million deal on massive campground east of Los Angeles
The view from one of the main lodges at Camp Running Springs. Photo: Jared Sichel. After sitting dormant for nearly three years following a foreclosure and a lengthy lawsuit between Chabad of California—the previous owner—and Pacific Mercantile Bank, ...

Professor accused in death of her alleged rapist pleads guilty
Norma Esparza closes her eyes during a press conference in 2013. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times). By Paloma Esquivel contact the reporter · HomicideTrials and Arbitration. Professor Norma Esparza pleaded guilty to manslaughter in cold case ...

Community will help punish low-level offenders in Los Angeles pilot program
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is aiming for “restorative justice,” in a pilot program that involves community members in the punishment of non-violent, low-level offenders. (File photo by John McCoy/Los Angeles Daily News). By Rick Orlov, Los ...

Little Tokyo Mourns Loss of Stalwart
Nancy Kikuchi (standing at right) and members of the Little Tokyo Public Safety Association conduct patrols at the Nishi Obon. By GWEN MURANAKA, Rafu English Editor-in-Chief. Throughout the summer as Nancy Kikuchi battled ovarian cancer, friends and ...

Demolition of Camp Vernon youth lockup called start of new era
Los Angeles County Probation official Sean Porter leads a tour of Camp Vernon Kilpatrick during the ceremony marking the beginning of the youth lockup's demolition to make way for a more rehabilitative model. Los Angeles County Probation official Sean ...


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