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Los Angeles News 11/2015 (Page 3)



Detectives investigate fatal shooting of teenage boy in East LA
A teenage boy was shot and killed in East Los Angeles on Saturday, authorities said. The shooting occured in the 3500 block of Cesar Chavez Avenue and was reported shortly after 6 p.m. The victim was taken to a local hospital, and doctors pronounced ...

Essential Arts & Culture: An outdoor opera, an indoor storm and 'Moby-Dick'
I'm Kelly Scott, the arts and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times. A computer controlled artificial deluge, back-seat opera, simulated whale hunting — it's been an unconventional stretch for the arts scene. It's a good thing you have the Times ...

A Nazca Lines-like mystery in Kazakhstan
The article "Etched in Time" by Hilary MacGregor (Nov. 1), which speculates about the motivation behind the Nazca Lines in Peru, is timely, especially in view of the recent announcement by NASA of mysterious ancient earthworks in Kazakhstan. The site ...

Mystery light above LA brings fear, anger and questions
The missile test as seen from Central Park in Rancho Santa Margarita during a Girl Scout sing-along. The missile test as seen from Central Park in Rancho Santa Margarita during a Girl Scout sing-along. (Rubaina Azhar / Los Angeles Times). Garrett ...

LA Math Professor Encourages Students To Excel In All Areas
Bolstered by a growing number of companies that prefer to conduct business online and utilize social media to market their wares, job openings for mathematicians will continue to expand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that candidates with ...

California Inc.: So long to the set-top box?
I'm Business columnist David Lazarus, and here's a rundown of stories coming up this week and the highlights of last week. Subscribe to the newsletter. The week ended on a high note when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that employers across a ...

As LA eyes 2024 Olympics, Tokyo struggles to plan 2020 games
This artist's rendering released by the Japan Sport Council in July shows the new national stadium that was planned for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics but later scrapped amid several stumbles in preparing for the Games. This artist's rendering released by the ...

Essential California: What was that UFO?
A move to more “progressive” discipline policies in L.A. schools has brought dramatic changes: Suspensions districtwide plummeted to 0.55% last school year compared with 8% in 2007-08, and days lost to suspension also plunged, to 5,024 from 75,000 ...

Today: UFOs and Drones. How to Save Rainwater.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. Making Hay of El Niño, Well, Sort Of. If the predicted drenching from El Niño comes, how do you ...

Walton foundation sustains local funding for Teach For America with new grant
Anthony Edholm and Jordan Greenwald were Teach For America corps members working at View Park High, a charter school, when this photo was taken two years ago. Anthony Edholm and Jordan Greenwald were Teach For America corps members ...

LA Residents Fight Oil Drilling in Poor Areas
LOS ANGELES (CN) - Los Angeles lets oil companies drill illegally in poor black and Latino neighborhoods by exempting them from state laws, youth groups and environmentalists claim in court. Youth for Environmental Justice, South Central Youth ...

LA Board of Education will weigh Broad charter-expansion plan
School board member Scott Schmerelson, right, is putting forward a resolution opposing a massive expansion of charter schools in Los Angeles. School board member Scott Schmerelson, right, is putting forward a resolution opposing a massive expansion of ...

Whole Foods Tells You Everything You Need to Know About Rich People in L.A.
Everything you need to know about rich people in Los Angeles can be gleaned from reading news about Whole Foods. Last week saw news about not one, not two, but three Whole Foodseses in L.A.: a newly opened one Downtown, an under-construction ...

Secrecy was crucial in missile test launch that rattled LA, experts say
Residents in California saw a bright light in the sky Saturday evening, leaving many to believe it was a UFO sighting. Navy officials say they fired an unarmed missile off the coast of Southern California. Residents in California saw a bright light in ...

20 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week
Here are 20 of our favorite events happening in Los Angeles this week. We'll be back on Thursday with our Weekend Planner column to help you plan—what else?— the weekend ahead. MONDAY, NOV. 9. GLEN HANSARD (Music) Glen Hansard of The ...

Tonight On CBS2 News At 11PM: David Goldstein Investigates Landscaping Company ...
Tonight On CBS2 News At 11PM: David Goldstein Investigates Landscaping Company ...

LA's Nuclear Secret: Camp Cover-Up
Tens of thousands of children who attended a popular camp in the hills northwest of Los Angeles over the last 65 years may have been exposed to radioactive waste and toxic chemicals from a former nuclear and rocket testing facility right next door, the ...

LA County supervisors want more diversity in LA arts
At least two Los Angeles County supervisors want more diversity in the exhibits, shows and displays at Los Angeles arts institutions to attract a more varied audience. Supervisors Hilda Solis and Mark Ridley-Thomas will ask their colleagues on the ...

LA Unified will not consider new contract for lawyer who said teen shared ...
LA Unified will not consider new contract for lawyer who said teen shared ...

Seeking a superhero? LA school board gets advice on next superintendent
Consultant Hank Gmitro gathers public input on the qualities desired in the next L.A. schools superintendent during a recent public forum at Van Nuys High School. Consultant Hank Gmitro gathers public input on the qualities desired in the next L.A ...

Thousands march in LA as part of nationwide call to raise minimum wage
Several thousand low-wage workers and their supporters marched through downtown Los Angeles to drum beats and whistles Tuesday afternoon calling for a $15 minimum wage and a union. The march was part of a nationwide "Fight for 15" protest in which ...

LA mayor stresses job creation at Veterans Day event in Sylmar
Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti, speaks during a Veterans Day ceremony at Los Angeles Mission College on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015. The theme of the event, hosted by the Veterans Resource Center and the Veterans Club, was Helping Veterans Achieve ...

Man accused of snatching bike from 11-year-old boy at LA park
Investigators are asking the public to help identify this man who is suspected of snatching a bike from a boy in a Los Angeles park during a Halloween party. Investigators are asking the public to help identify this man who is suspected of snatching a ...

LA Police Commission: Number Of Officer-Involved Shootings Nearly Doubled This ...
LA Police Commission: Number Of Officer-Involved Shootings Nearly Doubled This ...

Next LA schools chief: A politically savvy educator who's a superhero?
Members of United Teachers Los Angeles and others rally at Stevenson Middle School in East L.A. against a charter school plan spearheaded by the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation. Members of United Teachers Los Angeles and others rally at Stevenson ...

Body Of Man Found Stuffed Inside Refrigerator Of South LA Apartment
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Detectives continued to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found stuffed inside the refrigerator. The gruesome discovery at the apartment complex in the 600 block of West 57th ...

Increasingly influential electronic dance music festival Desert Hearts gets it ...
Increasingly influential electronic dance music festival Desert Hearts gets it ...

Essential California: Bringing a US Navy landmark back to life
The new president of the Los Angeles Police Commission wants a thorough review of shootings by officers. Matt Johnson said LAPD officers have opened fire 45 times this year, up from 23 during the same period in 2014. "We will have to reward excellence ...

A Car Accident Changed My Life … For the Better
There's a man I've seen near the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Vermont Avenue who kicks his right foot out sideways when he walks. His whole body faces forward, except for that foot. It's probably a misaligned prosthetic, but I like to ...

Bruno Mars L.A. Concert Draws Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort and Olivia Munn
T-Mobile Un-carrier X Launch celebration hosts 6,000 LA-area fans for private concert from the Grammy winning singer. The star power of Bruno Mars — matched with a launch bash for T-Mobile's Un-carrier X offering, which features free video streaming ...


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