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Officials seek action to correct emissions breaches at Port of Los Angeles
Port officials failed to require two large terminal operators -- TraPac, whose terminal is shown here, and China Shipping -- to comply with air quality improvement measures the city adopted years ago. Port officials failed to require two large terminal ...

Essential California: Heads up on the Big One
Good morning. It is Thursday, Feb. 4. It looks like San Francisco's politicians are taking a pass on the Super Bowl. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Earthquake warnings. An early-warning system could give Californians ...

It's past time for LA to seriously regulate its oil and gas wells
For decades, city officials in Los Angeles have taken a hands-off approach to oil and gas drilling, allowing companies to operate and even expand near homes and schools with little scrutiny. Now faced with increasing pressure from community and ...

Which Electronic Music Scene Is Cooler, L.A.'s or Berlin's? A New Festival Says "Both" (Sort Of)
Almost 6,000 miles and two languages separate Berlin from Los Angeles. But in this century, they have a lot in common, besides sharing the vague, diplomatic title of Sister Cities. The past decade has seen a rise in both cities' reputations as places ...

Parents at LA elementary school file petition for charter status
Parents at 20th Street Elementary have petitioned to turn it into a charter school, taking advantage of state law that allows them to exert control over improvement efforts at low-performing campuses. The petition drive, announced Wednesday, was ...

The anonymous artists of the Griffith Park Teahouse now plan to rain flower petals on downtown LA
A view of "Petal Drop LA (01)," created by the anonymous art collective that installed a teahouse in Griffith Park. (Carolina A. Miranda / Los Angeles Times). The anonymous Los Angeles art collective that surreptitiously installed a teahouse in ...

21 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
Taste of Night Market brings lots of delicious food to Santa Monica on Friday evening. Photo by Kristie Hang. Charlie Brown gets a fine-art tribute, the Museum of Neon Art Finally reopens, masked Mexican wrestlers meet sexy dancers, a documentary ...

Good Samaritans Share Story After Finding Toddler Wandering Streets of LA
Investigators were searching for the babysitter of a 3-year-old boy found wandering in South Los Angeles on Wednesday. Annette Arreola reports for NBC4 Today in LA on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. (Published 2 hours ago). Investigators were searching for the ...

LA theater openings, Feb. 7-14: Bernadette Peters and more
This week: Three-time Tony winner Bernadette Peters graces the stage at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Plus, an updated version of Maltby & Shire's "Closer Than Ever," and Hal Holbrook returns in a one-off performance of "Mark Twain ...

How LA became itself: Jean Stein's new oral history 'West of Eden'
When Raymond Chandler left Los Angeles in 1946, decamping with his elderly wife for the calmer environs of La Jolla, he did so because he had become fed up with the city. Once a place that that had captivated his imagination and made him the writer ...

#101SlowJam is no oldies request show. It's a 40-hour headache
The 6th Street Bridge is seen in this Jan. 27, 2016, photo as some visitors and city officials go for a final walk across the bridge, which is set for demolition. The 6th Street Bridge is seen in this Jan. 27, 2016, photo as some visitors and city ...

Datebook: Shaping wood into abstraction, a group show about race, life lessons in 30-second videos
"Massing the Void x 12" by Morgan MacLean, an abstracted wood and graphite sculpture on view at the Landing gallery in Los Angeles. "Massing the Void x 12" by Morgan MacLean, an abstracted wood and graphite sculpture on view at the Landing gallery ...

Chatsworth Church Says Porter Ranch Gas Leak Has Hurt Their Bottom Line, Food Bank Donations
CHATSWORTH (CBSLA.com) — A church in Chatsworth says the gas leak in Porter Ranch has hurt them in their efforts to help the needy. The church — Leaves of Healing Tabernacle –doubles as a community food bank. Congregants told CBS2's Amy ...

Essential California: Viacom's boardroom fight
Good morning. It is Friday, Feb. 5. Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, here are San Francisco's best nachos. Happy snacking! Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Corporate fight. The boardroom drama over Viacom reached a ...

'Lucha Underground' captures diverse LA in a wrestling ring, with tights and melodrama
Across the Los Angeles River, in a warehouse of ghosts and corrugated steel, King Cuerno fastens his mask and strides bare-chested past girders and broken windows toward the ring, where wrestlers spin in pinwheels and dance on ropes in a frenzied ...

The Procrastinator's Guide to L.A. Valentine's Day Reservations
Did you drop the ball on Valentine's Day (again)? It's not too late to redeem yourself. There are still choice reservations available at a variety of price points, from a romantic dinner for two (a dry-aged steak and Burgundy combo) to a six-course ...

26 Dead (Or Dying) Gay Bars in NYC, L.A., S.F.
Cities around the country, and globe, have seen many of their most beloved gay and lesbian watering holes close down — often after the area's queer population diffuses or the owner simply gets priced out. While many of these bars and clubs were a bit ...

Washington murder suspect who fled on skateboard is in LA, officials say
The FBI is looking for Robert Deshawn Grott, 29, who is wanted on suspicion of murder in Washington and who officials say is in the Los Angeles area. The FBI is looking for Robert Deshawn Grott, 29, who is wanted on suspicion of murder in Washington ...

Pedro Moura to cover Angels for LA Times
Pedro Moura (@pedromoura), an enterprising reporter and vivid writer, is joining The Times as the Angels beat writer. For the past three seasons, Moura has covered the Angels and Dodgers for the Orange County Register. He has excelled at finding ...

LOS ANGELES: 3 people believed aboard 2 planes that collided off LA coast
U.S. Coast Guard crew members and Los Angeles firefighters investigate a light plane reportedly down off of San Pedro on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. CHUCK BENNETT, DAILY BREEZE VIA AP. Related article ». LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two small planes with ...

Documents ex-LA councilman sought to destroy are made public by successor
Boxes of documents from the administration of former Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge, marked for destruction, are now in the possession of his successor, David Ryu. Boxes of documents from the administration of former Los Angeles City ...

Hot Property: Home field advantage
It's Super Bowl weekend, so we're treating you to season highlights and a few of the newest players on the real estate gridiron. From athlete investors to stars on the move, this week's Hot Property goes the distance and then some. – Neal Leitereg ...

#101SlowJam: Downtown freeway closure is underway in LA
After months of preparation, fond farewells and even a mayoral music video, #101SlowJam has finally arrived in Los Angeles. The hashtag sounds soothing and mildly comical, but it represents a 40-hour closure of the 101 Freeway through a traffic-clogged ...

Essential California: Doctor sentenced for patients' overdoses
Good morning. It is Saturday, Feb. 6. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Haden out: USC Athletic Director Pat Haden will retire in June, though he will remain with the university an additional year to oversee renovations at ...

'Empire's' multi-level set a featured player in musical at La Mirada Theatre
The set for La Mirada Theatre's new musical "Empire" is so different that director and choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge has given it a name: Helga. The old-fashioned musical is all about what it took to build the Empire State Building during the ...

We spent a week together in Aspen -- in separate rooms. Then he took the hint.
I was living in Los Feliz, a stone's throw from Griffith Park. I loved that once I made the long drive home from teaching in South Los Angeles on Friday, I could have a weekend of hiking, culture and trendy restaurants without ever getting in my car ...

Missing pilot's husband doesn't believe she survived collision outside Los Angeles Harbor
In this still frame from video provided by KABC-TV, a flotilla of boats search for wreckage from two small planes that collided in midair and plunged into the ocean off of Los Angeles harbor Friday. There was no immediate word of any survivors ...

US 101 freeway reopens with demolition of LA bridge
A 40-hour closure of a 2 1/2-mile stretch of the Hollywood (101) Freeway in the Boyle Heights area to accommodate demolition of the Sixth Street Viaduct took place on Saturday. Traffic began flowing again on the freeway shortly after 10 a.m. — about ...

Caught On Camera: Dangers Of Distracted Bus Drivers On LA Roadways
When a local teen saw one recently, he got out his cellphone and started recording. And then he called CBS2's Investigative Reporter David Goldstein. Hrand Kalestians, 17, was riding in his mother's vehicle on the 5 Freeway in Glendale when he noticed ...

Success of Inglewood's new showcase NFL complex depends on how it develops its surroundings
The massive stadium envisioned for a site in Inglewood is to be sunk 100 feet into the ground and covered with a sweeping, translucent roof. Its complex becomes one of the most anticipated pieces of architecture in the local pipeline. The massive ...


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