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Would you pay $3.50 to share a bike in Los Angeles?
The hardest part of riding a bus or train is simply getting to or from the bus stop or train station. You thought I was going to say finding a seat? You know that's true if you've ever ridden the Gold, Red or Blue Line trains during peak hours. Why ...

Coliseum League football teams are still going strong in playoffs
Los Angeles quarterback Kaymen Cureton throws a touchdown pass against Hawkins during a Coliseum League game on Nov. 6. Los Angeles quarterback Kaymen Cureton throws a touchdown pass against Hawkins during a Coliseum League game on ...

Cosby Accusers, Their Supporters Rally To Convince California To End Statute ...
Cosby Accusers, Their Supporters Rally To Convince California To End Statute ...

Girls' volleyball: El Camino Real is the City Section Division I champion
El Camino Real, the City Section school that wins championshps in seemingly every sport, added girls' volleyball to its list of accomplishments on Saturday night. Even though the Conquistadores lost to No. 1-seeded Carson in their first match of the ...

Pedestrian struck, killed by Metrolink train in Orange
A man was struck and killed Saturday after running in front of a Metrolink train in the city of Orange, police said. The incident occurred about 5:45 p.m. on La Veta Avenue near Glassell Street. The man went around the pedestrian gate and ran across ...

Essential Arts and Culture: The weight of the world and the hope of the new
I'm Kelly Scott, arts and culture editor for the Los Angeles Times. Reverberations from the Paris terrorist attacks were everywhere last week, including the Los Angeles cultural scene. But innovators in theater — new ones and others from years past ...

California's Prop. 47 revolution: How to spend the savings
Judge Terry Smerling holds a drug court at Pasadena Court. Since the passage of Prop. 47, participation in drug court has dropped off in L.A. County. Judge Terry Smerling holds a drug court at Pasadena Court. Since the passage of Prop. 47 ...

Hauser Wirth & Schimmel to inaugurate LA gallery with exhibition of female ...
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel to inaugurate LA gallery with exhibition of female ...

Essential California: El Niño's global impact
Could L.A. County social workers have done more in the case of a man who was charged with killing his three sons? Nearly 700 pages of documents released to The Times show the grief and anxiety that consumed father Luiz Fuentes. “The records also ...

Preparing to declare a 'local emergency' could save LA's homeless people when ...
Preparing to declare a 'local emergency' could save LA's homeless people when ...

21-Year-Old Woman Reported Missing In Sherman Oaks
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Police sought the public's help Monday to locate a 21-year-old woman who has been reported missing in Sherman Oaks. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, Reyna Danielle Johnson-Calderon was last seen ...

Study: LA Clogs List Of Worst Bottlenecks Nationwide
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A new study released Monday ranks Los Angeles as one of the worst traffic locations nationwide. According to findings by the American Highway Users Alliance, the following areas in the L.A. region have far more bottlenecks ...

Record High Temps, And Now Snow's Possible for Thanksgiving?
After this strange stretch of November heat, a low pressure system will cool things off and bring us proper fall-like temperatures. But will it snow in local mountains? It's possible. Yesterday a high of 85 in downtown Los Angeles helped set a new ...

Thriving Amidst the Huge Chains, Family Pharmacies Create Community in L.A.
"Great to see you guys," the clerk at Eddie's Pharmacy in West Hollywood greets a couple of men, one blind and being helped by the other. And they're just as glad to see the clerk. It's another small-town exchange in sprawling Los Angeles, home to ...

Is Massive Jetliner Noise Coming to Unsuspecting LA? (VIDEO)
Communities in San Francisco, Dallas, Denver, Phoenix and now Los Angeles are having major noise issues with the implementation of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) that guides in jetliners using satellites instead of air traffic ...

Targeting the DWP ratepayer advocate doesn't help taxpayers
To the editor: Consumer Watchdog is arguing that Fred Pickel, head of the L.A. Department of Water and Power's Office of Public Accountability, should be replaced with “a true consumer advocate.” ("L.A. needs its DWP ratepayer advocate to speak up," ...

E! Orders L.A. Clippers Dance Squad Docuseries
E! has greenlit the new original docuseries, entitled L.A. Clippers Dance Squad, which will give fans an in-depth look at what it takes to be a member of the elite dance team. The eight hourlong episodes will chronicle the lives of the Clippers dancers ...

Creating a green Los Angeles needs to start with our buildings, not our cars
An early 19th century flour mill building on East 3rd Street in the Arts District on June 4, 2014. An early 19th century flour mill building on East 3rd Street in the Arts District on June 4, 2014. (Los Angeles Times). Stephanie Pincetl. Many of us ...

New concept store Reservoir a source for sophisticated LA style
L.A.'s newest concept store, Reservoir, invites you to a sneak peek of their forthcoming Silver Lake store with a pop-up through December on Robertson Boulevard. (Booth Moore). Booth MooreContact Reporter. Just in time for the holiday shopping season, ...

Who is LA's infamous 'teardrop' rapist? And when will he be caught?
A person dubbed the "teardrop" rapist and suspected of at least 35 rapes across the Los Angeles area is shown in this series of composite artist sketches provided by the FBI. A person dubbed the "teardrop" rapist and suspected of at least 35 rapes ...

Roundup: Preserving LA, Italian museum robbed, the significance of bathroom ...
Roundup: Preserving LA, Italian museum robbed, the significance of bathroom ...

Kassandra Lizette Ochoa, 21
Kassandra Ochoa, a 21-year-old Latina, died Saturday, Nov. 21, after she was struck in the head in the 470 block of South Sydney Drive in East Los Angeles, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records. Ochoa was seen arguing with her boyfriend, ...

Children's Hospital LA Using New, High-Tech Imaging That Dramatically Cuts ...
Children's Hospital LA Using New, High-Tech Imaging That Dramatically Cuts ...

'The Weather and the Girls': LP Talks Music and the L.A. Muse
You've heard LP before. Even if you've never pulled up her bluesy, gutteral tracks on Spotify or Soundcloud, the L.A.-based singer-songwriter has penned singles for some unavoidable pop artists: Cher, Rita Ora, Rihanna and Christina Aguilera, among ...

Today: A Merger's Side Effects. Shoplifting Suspects, Beware.
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. Side Effects Include … Lower corporate taxes. More "financial flexibility" to invest in R&D and ...

Moving and shaking: Temple Ner Simcha commemorates Paris victims; OUR HOUSE ...
Moving and shaking: Temple Ner Simcha commemorates Paris victims; OUR HOUSE ...

Between the shadows
To relax himself after a long week at work, Jorge Gonzalez will often take walks around Los Angeles to capture images of life in the city. Earlier this month, he was shooting photos at Grand Central Market and was drawn to the shadows forming from the ...

LA's 'soft targets' draw more scrutiny in the wake of Paris attacks
For years, experts have said LAX is vulnerable to truck and car bombs that could be detonated next to crowded terminals and sidewalks. Above, travelers at the airport Tuesday. For years, experts have said LAX is vulnerable to truck and car bombs that ...

LA official understands homelessness as policymaker, concerned citizen
L.A. City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana discovered that the city had been spending $100 million a year on homelessness with little coordination and limited return on investment. L.A. City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana discovered that ...

Today: Syria's Vortex. What Can Paris Teach LA?
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. The Conflagration to Spark Deeper Conflict? Three airmen are dead — the first known Russian ...


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