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Is Now The Right Time To Refi?
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — With Thanksgiving meals to plan and Black Friday sales to research, real estate experts say consumers should consider adding yet another item to their plates – refinancing their homes. “Now would probably be a good time to ...

Executive overseeing Metropolis development in downtown LA resigns
I-Fei Chang, chief executive of Greenland USA, looks over the site of its $1-billion Metropolis Los Angeles hotel, condo and shopping complex last year. The company said she has resigned for “personal reasons.” I-Fei Chang, chief executive of Greenland ...

Mother Says She Searched For Missing Son For Years While His Remains Sat At ...
Mother Says She Searched For Missing Son For Years While His Remains Sat At ...

Costs and delays mount for downtown LA subway link
A $1.4-billion downtown subway project designed to seamlessly connect three of Los Angeles County's far-reaching rail lines has been hailed as the missing link in Metro's expanding mass transit network. But before tunneling has begun, the Metropolitan ...

Essential California: Behind schedule and over budget
Good morning. It is Thursday, Nov. 12. A Los Angeles dog walker is taking his charges to landmarks across the city. Pictures of the canines in front of the Hollywood sign and hanging out in the L.A. River can be seen on his Instagram account. Here's ...

LA needs to rethink planning and land-use policies
City Controller Ron Galperin found that L.A. levies fewer so-called development impact fees on new projects than cities such as San Francisco and San Diego. Above, Galperin (at the microphone) at a press conference with City Attorney Mike Feuer and ...

City council to vote on LA Mobility Plan after Fix the City lawsuit
The Los Angeles City Council will decide whether to revert the L.A. Mobility Plan 2035 it adopted in August to a previous version in response to a community group's lawsuit. The plan is a guide for city officials and agencies on transportation-related ...

Consumer group wants LA officials to oust DWP ratepayer advocate
A Santa Monica-based consumer advocacy group wants Los Angeles leaders to oust the city ratepayer advocate, arguing that he has failed to speak out for customers as scandals have dogged the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. In a letter sent ...

Don't Let the Cold Nights Fool You: We're Still in the Heart of Fire Season
That doesn't mean fire season, which usually lasts from May to mid-December, is over. In fact, we're still in the heart of it. "Don't get complacent," Ventura County Fire Department Capt. Scott Detorre told ABC Los Angeles as he stood near a 40-acre ...

LA 2024 names Gene Sykes chief executive to oversee bid for Olympics
The LA 2024 committee will spend an estimated $50 million over the next two years campaigning to host a massive sporting event that -- if Los Angeles wins -- could end up costing more than $6 billion. So bid leaders have turned to someone from the ...

Office of Angela Scott brings men's style footwear to LA women
Footwear designer Angela Scott has opened a 721-square-foot boutique at 7975 Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles. (Jeff Clark). Booth MooreContact Reporter · The Office of Angela Scott is bringing men's style footwear to L.A. women with the opening of its ...

Fight for Life: LA deputies and officers box for City of Hope hospital
The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and Los Angeles Police Department meet on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, one day before their Fight for Life charity boxing match in Montebello. Embed. <iframe width="476" height="270" ...

LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl backs statewide minimum wage measure
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl is the most prominent Southern California politician so far to endorse a proposed ballot measure raising the state's minimum wage. Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl is the most prominent Southern ...

'Consumed' Premieres in L.A., Raises Awareness About GMOs
"I've been doing so much comedy in the last couple of years, it was really nice to flex a new muscle — to do something dramatic about a subject I'm pretty passionate about," Zoe Lister-Jones, who penned the script, said at the event. Writing duo Zoe ...

LA Unified wants to know if students' families are in the military
Starting this summer, the Los Angeles Unified School district added new fields to its mandatory student emergency information form. Starting this summer, the Los Angeles Unified School district added new fields to its mandatory student emergency ...

Citing big pay, lawmaker calls for state audit of LA County Fair Assn.
Fairgoers walk through the carnival game areas of the Los Angeles County fair in Pomona. Fairgoers walk through the carnival game areas of the Los Angeles County fair in Pomona. (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times). Rong-Gong Lin II, Paul Pringle and ...

'Buy a lady an overpriced drink?' LA police say bar scam is widespread
LAPD Officer Justin Fuller speaks with community members before the announcement of the city's closure of the El Arroyo Bar in South Los Angeles on Tuesday. LAPD Officer Justin Fuller speaks with community members before the announcement of the ...

Corsets, ostrich feather hats and 1890s brothels: A style maven spins stories ...
Corsets, ostrich feather hats and 1890s brothels: A style maven spins stories ...

William Pope.L returns to LA with twin gallery shows focused on race
Following a powerful exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art this summer, the Chicago artist known as William Pope.L, or just Pope.L, returns to Los Angeles with a show that sprawls across two galleries — Susanne Vielmetter in Culver City and ...

Los Feliz is LA at its best, without the big-city intensity
Drew Bly pauses for a kiss with his girlfriend, Ellen Rosati, while they visit different shops along Vermont Avenue in Los Feliz. ED CRISOSTOMO, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER. By JENNA CHANDLER / STAFF WRITER. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Comments ...

Why LA needs more green space, now
Unlike our world, the human brain has not changed much in thousands of years. Thanks to technology, we no longer live in caves, hide from wild animals or forage for food. Instead, we inhabit sprawling cities, eat what we please and form organizations ...

Goodbye, Columbus? LA councilman wants to establish Indigenous Peoples Day
City Councilman Mitch O'Farrell introduced a motion Friday asking city staff to look at making Indigenous People's Day a legal holiday in Los Angeles. If the idea is ultimately approved, it could replace Columbus Day. That would put L.A. in the company ...

No 'credible threats' in Los Angeles following Paris attacks, officials say
Local law enforcement agencies were taking precautions Friday in response to the series of explosions and shootings in Paris, although no credible threats in Los Angeles have been reported. Los Angeles police added extra patrols Friday at “critical ...

Essential California: Pay off your traffic tickets $1 at a time
Good morning. It is Saturday, Nov. 14. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. Ticket amnesty: A new program is helping Californian drivers get back licenses that were suspended because of unpaid ...

Petty slights and snubs that can leave deep wounds
Students celebrate after the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe on Monday. He stepped down amid criticism of his handling of racial issues. Students celebrate after the resignation of University of Missouri President ...

Suzy Bogguss finally lands back in LA on her tour saluting Merle Haggard
It's not unusual to hear musicians gripe about jobs they have been forced to take on that used to be handled by others in the flusher days of the music business. Some, however, are enthusiastically embracing the DIY spirit that is the new normal in ...

Once considered intruders, pumas have endeared themselves to LA
Last December, P-34 made news when she was discovered lounging under a trailer in a Newbury Park community. The mountain lion was found dead in September. Last December, P-34 made news when she was discovered lounging under a trailer in a ...

Cleaning out Big Tujunga Wash: Whose job is it?
As a backhoe and skip loader ripped away the screen of arundo stalks, the outskirts of a hidden village of huts slowly came into view. Most were made from tents, tarps, blankets and sticks. A few stragglers slunk away, dragging what they could in ...

Suspect in deadly shooting rampage kills himself when police attempt arrest
John Revels, who was being sought in the shooting deaths of two people and the wounding of two others in the L.A. area, shot himself as CHP officers were preparing to take him into custody Friday along Interstate 15. John Revels, who was being sought ...

Paris Residents, Tourists Express Concerns In Aftermath Of Terror Attacks
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Many who flew into Los Angeles International Airport from Paris this weekend expressed concerns a day after terror attacks claimed 129 lives. “I'm not safe in Paris,” Mandy Noblet, a Paris resident, said. “It's the first time ...


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