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Today: No Cam Do. Can't Buy Me Votes.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. While Patients Died, the FDA Floundered. Want to know why it took years for the Food and Drug Administration to warn about ...

Gawad Kalinga USA Hope Summit in Los Angeles March 4-6
The event aims to bring together 200 of GK's existing strategic supporters and welcome new partners. Rod and Tess Castro, Summit leads, say the event will be a celebration of the strides made employing GK's model of Social Transformation in ending ...

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Warm temperatures, up to 70 mph winds expected in LA, Ventura counties
Dilip Ray performs jumping jacks during his daily workout at Warner Park in Woodland Hills. Warm temperatures and high winds are expected today. Dilip Ray performs jumping jacks during his daily workout at Warner Park in Woodland Hills. Warm ...

More than 1000 pot plants discovered at Diamond Bar home
Authorities responding to reports of a possible break-in at a Los Angeles County home extinguished a small fire and then discovered more than 1,000 marijuana plants growing inside. Sheriff's Sgt. Byron Ward says officials received a call late Saturday ...

Spring, the highly anticipated French restaurant in DTLA, opens today
Escargot Provencal, with wild Burgundy snails, tomato, fennel, persillade and crostini, at Spring, the French restaurant that opens Monday in downtown Los Angeles. Escargot Provencal, with wild Burgundy snails, tomato, fennel, persillade and crostini, ...

Charter schools say LA Unified is unfairly scrutinizing their campuses
Caprice Young thought the worst was behind her, that her group's charter schools would be free to grow after straightening out the poor financial record-keeping that prompted a recent state audit. She was wrong. The school district still found fault ...

LA homeless plans near approval, but where will the money come from?
Los Angeles city and county officials are set to adopt parallel plans Tuesday to tackle the persistent and growing problem of homelessness in the region. Officials and some advocates say the plans represent a renewed political will and spirit of ...

Water and Power: Where did El Niño go?
Getting hot, hot, hot: At 89 degrees, Fullerton was the hottest place in America on Sunday. So what happened to El Niño with all of its rains and floods? High pressure in southwest California has kept the storms away from the southern region, though ...

Man found dead in bullet-riddled car with Uber sticker in Lincoln Heights
Los Angeles County coroner investigators remove the body from a bullet riddled car with an Uber sticker near the intersection of Griffin Avenue and North Broadway in the Lincoln Heights area of Los Angeles Tuesday morning. Los Angeles County coroner ...

7 New Czars We Should Hire Right Now to Whip L.A. Into Shape
You know a newspaper editorial means business when they call for a Czar. Like a few months ago, when the Downtown News called for a Homelessness Czar. Of course, L.A. already has a handful of czars. There's the Earthquake Czar, Dr. Lucy Jones; the ...

L.A.'s Top Tech Guru Is Preparing for the Bubble to Burst
Mark Suster is giving a tour of the rooftop patio at Upfront Ventures. L.A.'s largest venture capital firm has just relocated from Century City to its new offices in downtown Santa Monica, on the top floor of a six-story art deco tower called the ...

Why Is L.A. Such a Sad Place for Valentine's Day?
Los Angeles is a sexy place, filled with hard bodies who come here to claim their stars on the Walk of Fame. And yet, it's a sad city when it comes to romance. The folks at personal finance site WalletHub looked at 15 key metrics including restaurant ...

Has El Niño abandoned LA?
On a hot winter day in Malibu, three young girls dangle their feet from a lifeguard tower on Pacific Coast Highway. On a hot winter day in Malibu, three young girls dangle their feet from a lifeguard tower on Pacific Coast Highway. (Wally Skalij / Los ...

Firefighters Knock Down Blaze at Downtown Los Angeles Building
More than 120 firefighters attacked a fire Tuesday Feb. 9, 2016 in downtown Los Angeles' Fashion District. (Published 2 hours ago). Firefighters knocked down a fire at a commercial building in downtown Los Angeles that ripped through the roof and sent ...

'Zombie' Target project in Hollywood may get new life from LA City Council
Workers at a partially built Hollywood Target shopping center in August 2014. Weeks earlier, a judge threw out the city's approval of the project, causing work at the site to cease. Workers at a partially built Hollywood Target shopping center in ...

Summer in February? LA heat records broken for 2nd straight day
In case there were any doubts that the month of February was shaping up to be a hot one, forecasters said Los Angeles shattered heat records for a second consecutive day Tuesday. Temperatures at Los Angeles International Airport peaked at 87 degrees ...

$500 million in federal funds earmarked for LA, Orange County transit projects
Artist rendering of a four-mile streetcar route that starts at the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center and terminates at Westminster Avenue and Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove, where a new transit center will be built. Artist rendering of a four ...

Why LA County supervisors want residents to have 30 days to return to Porter Ranch once well is capped
This Aug. 5, 2015 staff file photo shows Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich addressing members of the United Chambers of Commerce during a lunch at the Woodland Hills Country Club. On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, the Los Angeles County ...

Marathon weekend in LA to feature annual race and the US Olympic trials
The last time Jared Ward ran in Southern California, he took a self-guided 26-mile jaunt past some of the area's top attractions — Dodger Stadium, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Rodeo Drive, among others. Ward passed the landmarks quickly en route to ...

ICE agents won't be going onto Los Angeles public school campuses
Immigrant rights activists protest in front of the White House in December ahead of deportation sweeps. Immigrant rights activists protest in front of the White House in December ahead of deportation sweeps. (Shawn Thew / EPA). Sonali Kohli Contact ...

LA teachers union seeks to raise dues as it fights a charter school push
United Teachers Los Angeles President Alex Caputo-Pearl, shown in 2014, is combating a brand of reform that favors operating schools more like businesses. United Teachers Los Angeles President Alex Caputo-Pearl, shown in 2014, is combating a brand ...

Flying Lotus and LA's experimental music scene are poised to scoop up Grammys
Flying Lotus is everywhere at this year's Grammys, even when you can't see him. The L.A. producer, born Steven Ellison, is up for his first nomination as an artist, a best dance recording nod for his song "Never Catch Me." That single, a hypnotic ...

Essential California: Drought fatigue sets in
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to invest at least $1.85 billion in helping the homeless through housing and services like mobile showers and public restrooms. Hours later, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted to spend $150 million on ...

A floating library and artist record store: 9 must-see booths and events at the LA Art Book Fair
The L.A. Art Book Fair kicks off at the Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Thursday. Seen here: a page from a new artist book, "Year in Review - Spring Edition," by Barry McGee, available at the SFAQ[Projects] booth. The L.A. Art Book Fair kicks ...

Divers recover body of missing pilot from midair collision off LA coast
Rescue personnel were called out to investigate a possible mid-air collision between two small planes off the coast of San Pedro on Friday, Feb. 5. Rescue personnel were called out to investigate a possible mid-air collision between two small planes ...

LA teachers union wins dues increase, vows to battle foes of traditional public education
L.A. teachers union President Alex Caputo-Pearl greets people after a 2014 news conference calling for smaller class sizes, fully staffed schools and higher pay for educators. On Wednesday, the union won an internal election over raising dues to pursue ...

Two nonprofits face more than $47000 in fines over LA lobbying forms
Roxana Tynan, executive director of the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, said the group had agreed to pay a $30,000 fine proposed by staffers for the city's Ethics Commission. Roxana Tynan, executive director of the Los Angeles Alliance for a ...

LA will pay a white parks worker nearly $3.8 million in a racial bias lawsuit
Five years after a white city parks worker accused a former supervisor of disparaging his skin color, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a multimillion-dollar payout to satisfy a court judgment in the racial discrimination lawsuit. The ...

Get ready, LA -- Obama's visit to bring heavy traffic
As President Obama swings through Southern California this week for political fundraisers and an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres' daytime TV show, motorists in Los Angeles are bracing for heavier-than-usual traffic. After attending fundraisers in the Bay ...


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