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Black Lives Matter Los Angeles Takes Protest to LA Mayor's Home
Tritobia Ford, mother of Ezell Ford killed by LAPD in August 2014, joins Black Lives Matter protesters in front LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's home on Sun. Jun 7. Los Angeles, CA – Black Lives Matter Los Angeles will begin day two of Occupy LA Mayor with a 6 ...

Record Crowds Attend Emergency Preparedness & Safety Expo
The Los Angeles Neighborhood Council system has taken the lead on educating and preparing the public in case a major earthquake should strike, sponsoring year round workshops, classes and events throughout the city. This past weekend, thousands ...

Man Helped Out of Burning Motel Room, Taken Into Custody
Los Angeles firefighters and police were called to a motel in Van Nuys where a unit caught fire on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Updated 2 hours ago. A man was helped out of a burning Van Nuys motel room before police took him into custody Sunday morning, ...

Youth Orchestra Los Angeles Performs On KCAL9
STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Members of the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles visited KCAL9 Sunday morning for a performance. The musicians played Danzon No. 5 by Arturo Marquez while visiting the studio. About 700 students, ages 6-18, are part of the ...

Thousands participate in LA Pride Parade in West Hollywood
Victoria Villalba, a 19-year-old transgender woman from Phoenix, sat on the back seat of a convertible scanning fellow participants of the L.A. Pride Parade: Boy Scouts, Episcopal priests, drag queens and leather enthusiasts. “There are just no words ...

Low-Income Residents Evicted From LA Mission Hollywood Building
HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Dozens of low-income residents are being evicted from the Los Angeles Mission's apartment building, as the Christian Ministry is following through on an agreement to sell its Hollywood site in March. Residents say they've ...

Los Angeles Beijing Studios Launches With $300 Million Slate Backing
With offices in Los Angeles, Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei, the startup is backed by Hotland Ventures, a Shenzhen, China-based film fund worth $300 million. Merchandising, franchising and global co-productions — which we call our 'Golden Triangle' is ...

Officer-Involved Shooting Reported In Long Beach
LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — An officer-involved shooting was reported in Long Beach Sunday evening with an officer possibly being injured. The shooting occurred at Artesia Boulevard and Hammond Street just after 9:30, police said. Gordon Spencer ...

Nearly 1 in 5 LA Homeowners Is Still "Effectively" Underwater
Welcome to 2015. You made it. The Great Recession is completely in the rear-view mirror. Or is it? A new report from real estate listings site Zillow says that nearly one in five (18.4 percent) of Los Angeles homeowners with mortgages are "effectively ...

Here Are LA's Most-Expensive Rental Areas (MAP)
The latest edition of L.A.'s Most-Expensive Neighborhoods comes courtesy of rental site Zumper. An analysis of listings on Zumper finds the usual suspects vying for the title of least-affordable community in town. The site's rundown runs contrary to ...

Football: Los Angeles is new power in City Section
After winning the City Section Division III football title last season, Los Angeles High has its sights on winning Division II this season, and don't doubt what second-year Coach Eric Scott might accomplish with the Romans. They're already making ...

New Scheme to Have Shows Pay $150 for a Review Will Hurt LA Theater
So you're a theater having a hard time getting audiences. A new plan underway by the ever-tempestuous L.A.-based theater website Bitter Lemons allows you to pay the website directly for a published review, with the reviewer receiving the lion's share ...

Dr. Ruth Westheimer Talks Love And Life In Her New Book
This June, America's best-loved therapist, Dr. Ruth turns eighty-seven. To celebrate her birthday she is sharing private stories from her past and her present in her new book, 'The Doctor Is In: Dr. Ruth on Love, Life, and Joie de Vivre'. Known for her ...

Yes, We Can Make Developers Build Housing for the Poor
The California Supreme Court today ruled that cities have the right to make developers build a portion of their projects for low- and moderate-income folks. In Los Angeles, where the per capita annual income is a measly $27,749, that's most of you. The ...

Garcetti attended DC fundraiser as LA braced for Ezell Ford ruling
Mayor Eric Garcetti tries to explain to demonstrators why he is leaving for Washington, D.C. on the eve of the L.A. Police Commission meeting that will review fatal LAPD shooting of Ezell Ford. Mayor Eric Garcetti tries to explain to demonstrators why ...

Supervisor Sheila Kuehl proposes same minimum wage hike as city of LA
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl said Monday that she intends to propose a minimum wage increase for county workers and businesses in unincorporated areas that mirrors the plan recently approved by the city of Los Angeles. The proposal ...

Thousands of large LA buildings are long overdue for fire inspections
The Los Angeles Fire Department has fallen months and even years behind on safety inspections of thousands of large apartment buildings, schools, hotels, churches and other structures that it considers the greatest risks for loss of life in major fires ...

Mother Pleads For Justice For Slain Teenage Son
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The mother of a murdered 19-year-old is asking for the public's help to find the teen's killers. Jennifer Rivers says her son, Tavin Price, a young man with special needs, was shot and killed Friday morning after he refused ...

Essential: Why did LAFD miss fire inspections?
With housing prices continuing to climb and becoming out of reach for many Californians, the state Supreme Court on Monday endorsed a key tool to encourage low-cost housing. The court found that cities can require developers to build affordable housing ...

LA City Council might make it easier to dismantle homeless camps
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to consider making it easier to break up homeless encampments, which have mushroomed across Southern California. lRelated Homelessness up 12% in L.A. city and county · L.A. Now · Homelessness ...

Is it Time for Angelenos to Break Free of Their Window Bars?
The Jordan Downs housing project in Watts looks like it was built to bum everyone out. The pallid yellow exterior, the unadorned grass, the cracked structure, the dying trees — instant day-ruiners. Iron "burglar" bars — wrought-iron sticks that cover ...

MostFit Brand Ambassador Tom Holland and New 12 lb Core Hammer featured ...
MostFit Brand Ambassador Tom Holland and New 12 lb Core Hammer featured ...

It's Not Your Imagination: California Leads the Nation in Rent Hikes
The combination of low vacancies and high demand is continuing to push rents upward in California. The latest California Rental Price Monitor by rental search site Apartment List concludes that "California rents are growing nearly twice as quickly as ...

LA lawmakers vote to reinstate ban on park and beach vending
In recent years, people who hawked ice cream or hot dogs, taught yoga or shilled other goods and services in Los Angeles parks were effectively in the clear. Selling their wares on city sidewalks was banned. But the city had suspended similar rules ...

Man pleads no contest in fatal hit-and-run of 101-year-old in LA
A man pleaded no contest Tuesday to fatally running over a 101-year-old man in Boyle Heights last year and attempting to flee the scene. Moments before his trial was to begin at a downtown Los Angeles courtroom, Ricardo Avalos, 41, entered his plea to ...

The Getty Museum snaps up a Bernini bust, adding heft to LA's Baroque holdings
From his dramatic design for St. Peter's Square in the Vatican City to his remarkably lifelike sculptures of popes and European nobility, 17th century artist and architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini created a body of work that is widely regarded as a ...

Rick Cole, city hall guru, on what's right and wrong about LA
The quotation appended to Rick Cole's emails is from St. Francis of Assisi: "Start by doing what is necessary, then what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible." It's practically a manual for the man who became Mayor Eric Garcetti's ...

Essential California: A billionaire built on cars, casinos and film
What was striking about the multibillion-dollar fortune amassed by Kirk Kerkorian, who at one time was the richest man in Los Angeles, was that he did it without creating or innovating a product. Instead, Kerkorian, who was born in Fresno and had an ...

5 Art Shows You Should See in LA this Week
A serial killer's life converges with the life of a politician in a screening at LACMA this week, and two small sentinels stand guard over an exhibition in Koreatown. 5. Dancing the robot. Every Friday this summer, three dancers in suspenders and dress ...

TCM, Women in Film LA Shine Light on Female Contributions to Movies
Turner Classic Movies has set a deal with Women in Film Los Angeles for a three-year programming initiative designed to address the lack of gender equality in the film biz and highlight the contributions of women behind the camera. The partnership will ...


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