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Los Angeles News 08/2015 (Page 9)



Essential California: Taps shut off at San Quentin
Good morning. It is Saturday, Aug. 29. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. Outbreak: The water at San Quentin State Prison was shut off after one inmate was diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease, ...

BlacklistLA is a running group that runs for the love of LA street art -- and LA
Around 11 one Monday night, as a couple hundred of us ran down the Venice boardwalk, a guy who was hanging out yelled, "Why are you all running?" Why indeed. Runners — aren't they the early risers who log five miles before they go to work in the ...

Cooling trend begins in Southern California after record-breaking heat wave
After a record-breaking heat wave broiled the region this week, temperatures throughout Southern California were expected to dip slightly Saturday as part of a cooling trend that will continue into early next week. High temperatures in most areas ...

Los Angeles and US Olympic officials reach agreement on 2024 bid
Los Angeles officials and the U.S. Olympic Committee have reached an agreement in their negotiations over L.A. serving as the American bidder for the 2024 Olympic Games, according to a person close to the situation who was not authorized to speak ...

Thousands expected Saturday in celebration of Los Angeles' founding
Thousands are expected to flock to downtown Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the city's 234th birthday, with a special service scheduled at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles, organizers said. The 3 p.m. Mass at the cathedral will ...

Paul Knox lends coaching expertise to Los Angeles Dymally
The opening night of the high school football season found a familiar coach on the sideline. Paul Knox, the man who built Dorsey High into a City Section power from 1985 until his abrupt dismissal in December, is serving as an assistant with Los ...

On art, Metro flare-ups and John Fante's cactus
Colorado native Ryan Gattis' new novel, "All Involved," unfolds during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. The California section's Jason Song sat with Gattis over a plate of mole at Rocio's in Bell Gardens, grilling him about his research into gang life, his ...

Rosa Parks Metro Station Set For $39 Million Upgrade
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Blue Line is getting $39 million in state funding in order to renovate the Rosa Parks Metro Station. State and local officials gathered at the Rosa Parks Metro Station on the eleven-thousand block of Willowbrook Ave this ...

Southland Family Survived Hurricane Katrina — And A Lot More
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Hurricane Katrina forced thousands of people to start their lives over — the ones lucky enough to live through the devastation. One Southland family — who survived the ordeal — remembers what it was like escaping the ...

The new Broad museum, though efficiently designed, really only comes alive on ...
The new Broad museum, though efficiently designed, really only comes alive on ...

If LA bids for 2024 Olympics, will taxpayers be on the hook?
When Los Angeles City Council members vote on pursuing the 2024 Summer Olympics this week, they will be deferring an issue that will probably return to haunt them: Whether city taxpayers should be made liable for budget overruns on the event, which is ...

A treasure hunter, an LA park and the curse of the severed hand
Recently I took up metal detecting as a hobby. While Los Angeles is, of course, the greatest place to live in the world, our city parks are too new to offer much excitement for "dirt fishers." The East Coast, with its deep-rooted (though not-so-deeply ...

Football: Week One schedule
Thursday, September 3rd. CITY. NONLEAGUE. Arleta at South Gate, 7 p.m.. Bernstein at Sun Valley Poly, 7 p.m.. Canoga Park at Granada Hills, 7 p.m.. Carson at Fairfax, 7 p.m.. Contreras at North Hollywood, 7 p.m.. Franklin at Belmont, 7 p.m.. Fremont at ...

VMA exclusive: MTV hosts mini-festival on streets of LA during Video Music Awards
When the MTV Video Music Awards are broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, a handful of the shows will be taking place off campus, blocks away from the awards show's L.A. Live location. Telecast performances from Macklemore & Ryan ...

LA board members will interview 2 firms to help them find a schools chief
The Los Angeles Board of Education held a private retreat Sunday to discuss the next superintendent of schools and ended up picking two executive search firms to interview. The meeting was set up mostly as a closed-door discussion, but there was one ...

LAPD's Mission Area Officers To Receive First Training On Body-Worn Cameras
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Officers with one division of the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday will be the first to receive training on body-worn cameras. At 6 a.m., LAPD's Mission Area officers will be the first of three divisions to receive ...

Video premiere: Gardens & Villa talks 'Everybody' and life in Frogtown
The Los Angeles-based experimental rock band Gardens & Villa recorded much of its new album, “Music for Dogs,” in a live-in artists' collective in Glassell Park. Then its two primary members, Chris Lynch and Adam Rasmussen, and everyone else got ...

How 'birthright citizenship' saved one family from the Nazis
To the editor: Here's another perspective on the law that grants citizenship to babies born in the U.S. of foreign parents. ("The loaded term 'anchor baby' conceals complex issues," Aug. 26). One of my great aunts was born in Czechoslovakia, emigrated ...

Noah Davis dies at 32; LA painter and installation artist
Noah Davis, a Los Angeles painter and installation artist known for tension-filled scenes of isolated figures and for establishing the Underground Museum, an important artist-run space in Arlington Heights, has died. He was 32. The artist, who became a ...

LA trash agency ordered to clear backlog of illegal dumping complaints
The Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation is being ordered to clear a backlog of tens of thousands of outstanding requests dating back to 2010 to clean up illegally dumped trash. Sanitation officials also will be instructed to immediately provide an ...


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