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In wake of San Bernardino, authorities probe report of suspicious man at LA ...
In wake of San Bernardino, authorities probe report of suspicious man at LA ...

Today: A Global Search for Answers
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. A Global Search for Answers. A visit to a gun range. Two semi-automatic rifles given to the shooters ...

Essential California: San Bernardino is #SBStrong
Good morning. It is Tuesday, Dec. 8. San Bernardino is rallying: #SBStrong. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. Radicalized 'for some time'. The San Bernardino shooters had been radicalized "for ...

Defiant hope amid the darkness of the San Bernardino terrorist attack
Like a devastating earthquake, last week's mass shooting in San Bernardino continues to produce aftershocks that keep Southern Californians in a state of unease. One of those shock waves rolled through an Advent service at All Saints Episcopal Church ...

Now that artists can't afford the Arts District, LA needs to rethink its role ...
Now that artists can't afford the Arts District, LA needs to rethink its role ...

LA City Council approves labor deal, setting hiring goal of 5000
The L.A. City Council approved a wide-ranging salary agreement with with the Coalition of L.A. City Unions on Tuesday. Pictured above, the group protests in downtown Los Angeles in October 2014. The L.A. City Council approved a wide-ranging salary ...

Avion Clothier opens in Atwater Village, snow comes to Orange County and more ...
Avion Clothier opens in Atwater Village, snow comes to Orange County and more ...

LA firefighters charged with off-duty Halloween attack
LOS ANGELES – Two Los Angeles firefighters were charged Tuesday with attacking a man they saw giving candy to children on Halloween. Eric Carpenter and Michael Vitar along with a third man, Thomas Molnar, were charged with assault by means of ...

California Democrat withdraws support for the high-speed rail project
Assemblywoman Patty Lopez (D-San Fernando), left, says she sees no benefit to her district from California's high-speed rail project and is withdrawing her support. Assemblywoman Patty Lopez (D-San Fernando), left, says she sees no benefit to her ...

'Hit the Wall,' acclaimed play about Stonewall riots, adds more LA shows
Shown is a scene from "Hit the Wall" at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. After a successful run that began in September, the production has added five more dates in early January. Shown is a scene from "Hit the Wall" at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. After a ...

Today: A Loan, a Bomb, a Massacre
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. A Loan, a Bomb, a Massacre. A $28,500 loan taken out weeks ago and a bomb left at the massacre ...

Essential California: Interest in guns is on the rise
Good morning. It is Wednesday, Dec. 9. I'm Nita Lelyveld, writer of City Beat features, filling in to give Alice Walton and Shelby Grad a break. On this day in 1884, presumably not in our sort of Indian summer, this newspaper offered a health tip ...

Finally: L.A. to Get Real High-Speed Internet
Yet, in Los Angeles, we have some of the most craptacular internet service in the developed world. And, yes, craptacular is a technical term. A report last year from New America's Open Technology Institute found that L.A.'s slow internet speeds (and ...

Venice activists sue city of Los Angeles over beach curfew
Protesters gathers in April at Venice Beach to challenge the midnight-to-5 a.m. curfew. Venice activists have sued the city seeking to overturn the ban. Protesters gathers in April at Venice Beach to challenge the midnight-to-5 a.m. curfew. Venice ...

LA to pay $15 million to settle suit filed by family of girl killed at NoHo ...
LA to pay $15 million to settle suit filed by family of girl killed at NoHo ...

A quirky thread runs through LA Phil Green Umbrella quartet program
Performers from the Lyris, Formalist and Calder quartets acknowledge the audience after playing. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times). Mark SwedContact Reporter. Near the end of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella program Tuesday night, ...

LA allocates $12.4 million to aid homeless people ahead of El Niño storms
A homeless man tidies up the spot where his belongings are gathered on South Hope Street in Los Angeles. A homeless man tidies up the spot where his belongings are gathered on South Hope Street in Los Angeles. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles ...

Cortines criticizes Broad, calls on warring factions to work together for LA ...
Cortines criticizes Broad, calls on warring factions to work together for LA ...

Selling Stardom: Aspiring actors are reeled in by talent listing firms
Aspiring actress Krupskaia Gutierrez was asked for money after she read monologues in front of a woman at One Source Talent. “We need the money,” Gutierrez recalls the woman at the company saying. Aspiring actress Krupskaia Gutierrez was asked for ...

Essential California: How early did the terrorists plot?
Good morning. It is Thursday, Dec. 10. I'm Nita Lelyveld, writer of City Beat features, filling in to give Shelby Grad and Alice Walton a breather. Important reminder to L.A. County homeowners: Your property taxes must be postmarked by today to avoid a ...

Backsliding on clean air
Los Angeles City Council member Joe Buscaino at a City Council meeting in June. Buscaino--Mayor Garcetti's appointee to the South Coast Air Quality Management District--backed an industry-led plan that will more gradually reduce local air pollution ...

Datebook: Talismanic assemblages, contemporary interventions at the Huntington ...
Datebook: Talismanic assemblages, contemporary interventions at the Huntington ...

Deadly Shooting Investigation Underway In LA; Suspects At Large
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Homicide detectives investigated a shooting Thursday that claimed the life of a man and injured another in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, detectives were sent shortly after 11:30 p.m. ...

How I learned to bike to work in Los Angeles without getting maimed
A cyclist rounds the corner where the curbs have been extended and white pylons mark areas designated with red paint to help slow traffic at the intersection of Cesar Chavez Boulevard and St. Louis Street in Los Angeles. A cyclist rounds the corner ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Corey Helford Gallery in DTLA opens a new exhibition from Ron English on Saturday night. (Image: Ron English's 'Zelephant.') Looking for something to do? Look no further than these 20 events happening this weekend. Check out our December Guide for ...

LA City Council should move to overhaul DWP management, study says
A DWP crew works near a downtown building at the corner of Wilshire and Flower in August. A DWP crew works near a downtown building at the corner of Wilshire and Flower in August. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times). David Zahniser and Emily Alpert ...

Friday's Top Bowl Games
Mission Viejo quarterback Brock Johnson throws downfield aganst Norco in the second quarter on Sept. 18 at Mission Viejo High School. Mission Viejo quarterback Brock Johnson throws downfield aganst Norco in the second quarter on Sept. 18 at Mission ...

Today: A Bigger Plot and a Hard Drive in a Lake?
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. A Bigger Plot and a Hard Drive in a Lake? The San Bernardino shooters tried to destroy their digital ...

Essential California: Inside the Farook family
Good morning. It is Friday, Dec. 11. I'm Nita Lelyveld, writer of City Beat features, giving Alice Walton and Shelby Grad a much-deserved break. On this day in 1885, again from the era of front-page one-liners, this newspaper printed the following: "A ...

Remembering an LA priest who gave sanctuary to immigrants during Reagan era
Father Luis Olivares, left, helps Central American immigrants (disguised for their protection) share their stories in downtown's La Placita Church on Dec. 12, 1985. Father Luis Olivares, left, helps Central American immigrants (disguised for their ...


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