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Los Angeles News 02/2016 (Page 5)



That time the president came to Los Angeles...
That time the president came to Los Angeles...

Where to Find Bargain Kitchenware in LA
One of the unspoken myths perpetuated by glossy food magazines (and even glossier chef-driven cookbooks) is that you need to spend a lot of money on your kitchen tools. In a perfect world we all could shell out $150 for a Shun knife or $200 for a Le ...

Detectives investigating crash that killed a pedestrian in Walnut
Homicide detectives are investigating whether a driver intentionally struck and killed a pedestrian Monday morning in Walnut. The crash occurred at 5:52 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Citadel Drive and La Puente Road, said Deputy Sara Rodriguez of ...

Los Angeles: Three-Card Monte and Bike Lanes
GUEST WORDS--Three-card Monte is a confidence game in which the victim (the “mark”) bets that they can find the “money card” – typically the queen of hearts – among three face-down playing cards. It's a shell game without the shells. Dealers employ ...

A grand vision to revive Crenshaw Boulevard
Perched high atop a parade float on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Yvonne Ellett surveyed Crenshaw Boulevard, the once-vibrant retail spine of South Los Angeles. She was disappointed by what she saw: tattoo parlors, marijuana dispensaries and boarded-up ...

Essential California: Water or a bullet train? Your choice
Good morning. It is Tuesday, Feb. 16. Remember that time the president came to town? Here's what's going on in California: TOP STORIES. Water versus train. Concerns about the rising costs and delays of California's bullet train have been growing in ...

Power Restored After Outage Leaves Thousands in South LA, Long Beach Without Power
Power was restored to thousands of SCE customers Tuesday morning after metallic balloons apparently caused an outage in South LA. Annette Arreola reports for NBC4 Today in LA on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016. (Published 2 hours ago). Power was restored to ...

Council discusses new parental leave policies for LA city employees
The Los Angeles City Council will consider Tuesday whether to begin studying a proposal to provide city employees who are new parents with four weeks of paid time off to allow them to bond with their children. Councilman Paul Krekorian, who along with ...

Hot temperatures continue, but rainy weather headed to LA by Wednesday
As quickly as Southern Californians whipped out sunblock when temperatures soared into the 90s Monday, forecasters say it's time to dust off the umbrellas because rain is moving into the area by late Wednesday. The National Weather Service says expect ...

Victim of Boyle Heights hit-and-run was National Guardsman, college student
A 24-year-old man who was fatally struck and dragged 100 feet by a hit-and-run driver in Boyle Heights early Monday was a member of the Army National Guard, his family said. True Cowan, an Indiana native, was a Cal State Dominguez Hills student who ...


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