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Why climate law advocates are watching these black and Latino lawmakers
The "wanted" poster with pictures of five state lawmakers appeared in the pages of a Spanish-language newspaper in Southern California last week. "Would these politicians be willing to confront the petroleum industry and fight for Latino families?" the ...

Making LA freeways safe for wildlife
To the editor: The death of mountain lion P-32 last month brought an outpouring of grief and the realization that we risk losing these majestic creatures along with large swaths of Los Angeles' original ecosystem. Through National Park Service research ...

Over 5000 swimmers rescued from rough water at LA, OC beaches
Lifeguards rescued more than 5,000 people overcome by high surf and dangerous rip currents at beaches in Los Angeles and Orange counties over the Labor Day weekend. In Los Angeles County, the hot temperatures and warm water brought more than 3.2 ...

Governor, top lawmakers ready to modify climate change measure as negotiations ...
Governor, top lawmakers ready to modify climate change measure as negotiations ...

L.A. County, Beverly Hills discuss their own water deals with Israel
The State of Israel has entered into two separate agreements with the Beverly Hills City Council and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors related to tackling water-shortage problems and more. The L.A. County vote Sept. 1 was unanimous, according ...

'Back Home' ('Acasa la tata'): Sarajevo Review
A troubled writer goes back to his roots to confront the ghosts of his past in this somber Romanian drama from first-time feature director Andrei Cohn. Combining the austere domestic realism of the Romanian New Wave with a timeless plot that should ...

City of Angels Boxing provides fitness alternative for students
With a huge mural of great fighters such as Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali, City of Angels Boxing is hard to miss. New to the USC area, but not to boxing, City of Angels opened a location in downtown L.A. just a few months ago. Just blocks from campus, ...

This 1958 Tourism Ad For LA Is Still Pretty Accurate
This advertisement from the Los Angeles tourism board appeared in National Geographic in 1958, but how much of it is true today? Let's go to the text: "Visitors always remark how low and spread out Los Angeles is." — True; "This means more fresh-air ...

Food Trucks Battle Over Parking Spots Along Coveted Stretch Of Miracle Mile
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — One man now rules some of the most coveted parking spots for food trucks in Los Angeles. KNX 1070's Claudia Peschiutta reports Patrick Lennon says he's got the city's permission to run metered parking spots along the ...

Memo to the Sheriff's Department: Public beaches belong to everyone
To the editor: Steve Lopez's column on California Coastal Commission spokeswoman Noaki Schwartz being asked by private security and L.A. County sheriff's deputies to leave a public beach shows that nothing has really changed in the many years since I ...

Lesson of Deasy's tenure: LA schools, not donors or foundations, come first
To the editor: According to the article, former Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. John Deasy, “who was paid $350,000 a year as superintendent, took more than 100 trips, spent generously on meals as he lobbied state and national lawmakers and ...

Bodies of 3 children found in car in South LA, man nearby hospitalized
The bodies of three children were found inside a car Wednesday and a man was taken to a hospital after a report of an assault with a deadly weapon in South Los Angeles, police officials said. LAPD Officer Aareon Jefferson said the three victims were ...

'Hopscotch,' the world's first mobile opera, will take to LA streets in 24 cars
The world is getting its first mobile opera performed live in cars, and fittingly the stage is the streetscape of Los Angeles. Called "Hopscotch" and presented by the experimental opera company the Industry, the breathtakingly complex production is ...

9 Andy Warhol prints stolen from an LA business and replaced with fakes
Nine Andy Warhol silk-screen prints valued at $350,000 were stolen from a business in Los Angeles and replaced with fakes, according to an affidavit. The Los Angeles Police Department's Art Detail is investigating the theft and are looking for the ...

Lawsuit says new LA streets plan creates more air pollution, not less
A Westside-based advocacy group filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging Los Angeles' sweeping new 20-year transportation plan, saying officials failed to properly vet its effects on public safety, air pollution and other aspects of city life. The ...

LA City union leaders celebrate health care win for employees in new contract
Los Angeles City Hall union leaders are celebrating a major victory in their fight with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti over who should pay for health care costs. A letter sent last week to Coalition of L.A. City Unions members obtained by this news ...

Carson mayor under investigation for not filing disclosure reports with the state
Carson Mayor Albert Robles, who is leading a high-profile effort to bring two NFL teams to the city, has failed to file disclosure statements for his personal economic interests and political campaign finances, reports that are required by California ...

Police Release Video Of Man Accused Of Stealing $7K In Cash, Valuables From ...
Police Release Video Of Man Accused Of Stealing $7K In Cash, Valuables From ...

Attempted Murder Suspect Barricades Self Inside LA Home
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Officials on Thursday were on the scene of a barricade situation in the Westmont area. Shortly before 4:30 a.m., deputies were sent to a home located in the 10600 block of Wilton Place for report of a barricaded suspect, ...

Resistance to mobility plan shows LA's automobile addiction
To the editor: The lively traffic discussions carried in the pages of The Times certainly highlight the fact that things are not flowing smoothly out there. ("More New York-style 'interactions' with congestion? No thanks," Readers React, Sept. 5). More ...

LA theater openings, Sept. 13-20: 'One Man, Two Guvnors' and more
This week: A pair of tune-filled romps set in 1960s Britain, a musical comedy about a budding romance, and fact-based dramas about the civil rights and gay-rights movements. Real Women Have Curves Josefina López's comedy-drama about five women ...

LA civic leaders criticize decision to oust Times publisher Austin Beutner
A group of more than 50 prominent Southern California civic and business leaders sent a letter Thursday criticizing Tribune Publishing Co.'s decision to oust former Los Angeles Times publisher Austin Beutner and calling on the Chicago-based company to ...

Weekend Planner: 21 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Gallery 1988 (West) presents a tribute show to the films of Guillermo del Toro. (Image detail of a work by Alex Pardee). Looking for something to do? Look no further than these 21 events happening this weekend. And don't forget to check out our ...

Five Things To Do in LA When You're Homesick
In a city as busy as Los Angeles, there are always a variety of fun events to get your mind off of being homesick. Alina Tang | Daily Trojan. As wonderful as L.A. is with its perpetual sunshine, balmy beaches and abundance of great brunch spots, it's ...

Former FDNY captain pleads no contest to molesting 2 children in LA
A former captain with the New York City Fire Department pleaded no contest Thursday to charges that he sexually molested two boys while visiting family members in Los Angeles last year, authorities said. Wilbert Riera entered the plea on two felony ...

Los Angeles street vendors call on mayor for legalization process
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Los Angeles street vendors who sell food, trinkets, toys and other small items in parks and along sidewalks rallied outside City Hall on Thursday to demand a process for making their work legal. About 40 vendors called for ...

DTLA pop-up shop to offer tunics, ponchos and a primer on the Mexican craft ...
DTLA pop-up shop to offer tunics, ponchos and a primer on the Mexican craft ...

Do you know the unfriendliest cities in the world? LA and Las Vegas made the ...
Do you know the unfriendliest cities in the world? LA and Las Vegas made the ...

LA gets another rival in competition to host 2024 Summer Olympics
Another city has joined Los Angeles in the competition to host the 2024 Summer Games. As expected, Rome formally submitted its bid to the International Olympic Committee on Friday, just days after Hamburg, Germany, also entered. "The Olympics must be ...

Los Angeles gets greener with promise to lease more electric vehicles
Soon, Los Angeles will become even more sustainable with a commitment by Mayor Eric Garcetti and city departments to lease green energy vehicles. Garcetti, speaking at a news conference Friday outside Los Angeles Police Department headquarters, ...


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