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Mystery man called hero after rescuing man, 73, from burning home
A mystery man is being called a hero after rescuing a 73-year-old man from a burning home over the weekend in Fresno. The daring rescue was caught on cellphone video on which a woman is heard yelling, "We got to get the dad out of there! There's a man ...

LA Shoppers Not Sold on Apple Pay
While stores were ready for the new Apple Pay system on Monday, customers found out the hard way that many iPhones were not. Mekahlo Medina reports from Glendale for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. Monday, Oct 20, 2014 ...

Deasy's exit reflects other school battles across the US
John Deasy was one of a group of big-city school leaders to push for radical change: More independent charter schools, using student test scores to help evaluate teachers and relying less on seniority when teachers are laid off. And Deasy's departure ...

23 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
One of the works on view at LACMA's 'Haunted Screens' exhibition is Hermann Warm and Henrik Galeen's 'Der Student von Prag,' 1926. Pastel. (Image: Cinematheque Francaise, Paris and LACMA). Here are 23 of our favorite events happening in Los ...

Plans Presented To LA City Council For Safeguarding Residents Against Ebola
Los Angeles, CA - (FOX 11 / CNS) The Los Angeles City Council will find out how prepared is the city for the Ebola virus. Officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Health, the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles Fire Department ...

Mystery hero meets man he rescued from burning home
The identity of the mystery man lauded as a hero for saving an elderly man from a burning home in Fresno over the weekend has been revealed. Until Monday, Thomas Artiaga's identity was unknown, but his heroic actions were seen by thousands of people ...

The battle in the Valley: Solar energy vs. open space
Renewable solar energy and preserved open space -- two goals the city planner in every Angeleno would likely strive toward -- are locked in a battle against each other in the northeast San Fernando Valley. Scott Bridges · Email | Twitter. Renewable ...

Man gets prison for diver's drowning death off Catalina Island
A San Pedro man has been sentenced to four years in prison for endangering a diver who died last year when his breathing equipment got tangled in kelp off Catalina Island. Craig Lightner was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty in July to involuntary ...

Deputy LA city attorney gets probation for possessing child porn
A deputy Los Angeles city attorney was ordered Tuesday to serve five years' probation for possessing child pornography, authorities said. Christopher Richard Garcia, 57, was sentenced to probation after changing his plea from not guilty to no contest ...

TV Production in Los Angeles Posts Third-Quarter Increase
Regional TV production around Los Angeles continued on the upswing in the third quarter of 2014, FilmL.A. reported Tuesday. But film production dropped slightly, by 4 percent, from the same period in 2013. Film L.A., which oversees permitting for ...

Is the LA teachers union tone deaf?
It was back-to-school night in August. A time for new beginnings and high hopes at Thomas Starr King Middle School on the Silver Lake/Los Feliz border. Then came an awkward moment. With new parents and students in the room, a teachers union rep got ...

LA commuters stuck on 5 Freeway after truck spills molasses
A big rig hauling molasses gummed up the morning commute around downtown early Wednesday after colliding with another vehicle on the southbound 5 Freeway near Boyle Heights. Authorities shut down the southbound transition to the westbound 10 ...

'Django Unchained' actress, boyfriend charged with lewd conduct
A "Django Unchained" actress and her boyfriend who accused Los Angeles police of unjustly handcuffing her last month in Studio City have been charged with lewd conduct in connection with the incident. Daniele L. Watts and Brian James Lucas drew ...

L.A.'s Best Luxe Movie Houses
In eras past, L.A. movie theaters competed with each other by offering one gilt-laden interior more spectacular than the next. The modern movie palace has less gilt but plenty of upscale amenities. Indie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse arrives downtown ...

KIPP charter school group aims to double enrollment in Los Angeles
One of the nation's largest charter school organizations is announcing on Wednesday an ambitious expansion plan to more than double its enrollment in the Los Angeles area over the next six years. KIPP LA currently operates 11 schools that serve about ...

Harmonson: What does the NFL survey sent to SoCal residents mean for an LA ...
Harmonson: What does the NFL survey sent to SoCal residents mean for an LA ...

Neighborhood frustration grows as mansionization continues in LA
With mansionization marching on in some Los Angeles neighborhoods and city officials saying stricter regulations are still a year and a half away, some vexed residents are taking matters into their own hands. Beverlywood resident Pam Roberts-Malay said ...

Survey Asks LA Residents What They Want in NFL Stadium
A graphic representing the proposed downtown Los Angeles Farmers Field stadium. The retractable roof would help create an open feel to the stadium, and would be able to open and close much faster than other stadiums. A survey sent to thousands of Los ...

Woman sues LA County after gouged-eyes hospital photo goes viral
The photograph of a woman's eyes gouged with pencils was shocking enough. But even more so, her attorney says, is the fact that a nurse at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center violated her privacy and shared the image -- an act that eventually led to ...

Bill Chait is Setting the Table
A former chain operator, Bill Chait is behind some of L.A.'s favorite restaurants, from République and Bestia to Rivera and Sotto. More are on the way, too, because Chait means business, and that's why chefs love him. October 22, 2014 Laurie Winer ...

City Of LA Pulls Plug On Yacht Project
SAN PEDRO (CBSLA.com) — City officials announced Wednesday that the multimillion-dollar Angelena Project has been canceled. The yacht was used to give tours of the city-owned port of Los Angeles. According to authorities, a plan to install a hybrid ...

Ice-cream truck fatally runs over 7-year-old boy; family wants answers
Police are investigating how a 7-year-old boy was run over by an ice-cream truck in South Los Angeles on Wednesday night, with witness accounts differing on how it happened. The family identified the boy as Jamarion Thomas, who was run over at about ...

Hello Kitty's Hungry Hunt Takes Over LA
Hello Kitty fans are a voracious bunch, and her creators, the Sanrio company, are out to satiate fans in more ways than one for her 40th Anniversary. Kitty-themed cuisine is here — in conjunction with the highly anticipated Hello Kitty Convention ...

Private LA school teacher arrested on sexual assault charges
A former teacher at a Los Angeles all-girls school was arrested Wednesday and accused of sexually assaulting one of her students between 2005 and 2007. Elizabeth “Beth” Brewer, 39, has been charged with several felony charges by the Los Angeles ...

No progress on LAFD 911 response times, new data show
Waits for 911 medical help in Los Angeles have increased slightly this year, signaling no measurable progress toward Mayor Eric Garcetti's campaign pledge to speed up Fire Department responses to emergencies, according to city statistics released ...

Los Angeles faces $95.3-million shortfall, city report states
Los Angeles faces a $95.3-million shortfall this fiscal year, in part because of employee overtime costs, budget officials said Thursday. Funding shortages in the city's police overtime account, salary increases for new police officers and Fire ...

Measure 'S' Pros, Cons | Betty Arenson
bettyarenson Admittedly, aside from a beautification prospective, the billboard issue was a topic I didn't follow closely at first because of the old “no dog in the fight” thing. Then the floodgates opened with protests, signature gatherers, blockers ...

Weekend Planner: 25 Things To Do in Los Angeles
New FilmmakersLA screens short and feature film programs in DTLA on Saturday. (Image: Courtesy of NFMLA). 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, ...

The Hottest Halloween Parties in LA (2014 Edition)
Two full weekends of Halloween madness? What's a party monster to do? We say, suck it up (like a vampire) and become a full blown creature of the night. Trying to keep up with the scary surplus of clubby creep-a-thons and dress-up events in L.A. might ...

New downtown LA boarding school aims to enhance culture, education
The elevator doors slide open on the 11th Floor, and Annie Chau, 14, walks down a plush carpeted hallway, a backpack slung over her shoulder. She pushes open a door to reveal a lushly appointed dining room with a sweeping view of the downtown Los ...


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