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Driver in bizarre Los Angeles car chase was trained by US military
So much for honor. One of the men who led Los Angeles police through a prolonged, bizarre car chase Thursday — which ended with the two menaces taking selfies and high-fiving before being handcuffed — was a trained tactical driver for the U.S. Marine ...

L.A. Is Nearly the National Champ for Overpriced Home Sales
Real estate firm Coldwell Banker recently unveiled its latest Luxury Market Report, which ranks cities by the number of high-end home sales each has posted in 2015. Of course Los Angeles ranked near the top for completed home sales worth more than $1 ...

Cool temperatures and chance of rain in LA area expected to linger early this week
The storm that moved through Southern California over the weekend is expected to bring a chance of rain and thunderstorms for some parts of Los Angeles on Monday, forecasters said. Los Angeles and Orange counties, as well as the valleys and Inland ...

19 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
Here are 19 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this pre-Coachella week. If you need additional suggestions, then check out our April Guide, too. MONDAY, APRIL 11. LOS PUNKS; WE ARE ALL WE HAVE (Film) The Arclight and Slamdance continue the ...

LA's Luxury Home Market Being Left in the Dust by NYC
Add the luxury housing market to the list of things LA and New York City can feud about. Coldwell Banker has released its spring report on the luxury housing market (via LA Weekly), and New York is winning the hearts of wealthy homebuyers. New York ...

Charges filed against suspects who led police on wild LA chase
LOS ANGELES -- Felony charges were filed Monday against two burglary suspects involved in a bizarre, slow-speed televised chase on freeway and surface streets in Los Angeles, CBS Los Angeles reported. Herschel Reynolds, a 20-year-old former Marine ...

Senior brutally beaten in downtown Los Angeles attack dies
A man is seen beaten and on the ground after he was attacked by a suspect in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, April 3, 2016. KABC. By ABC7.com staff. Monday, April 11, 2016 11:20PM. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) --. An elderly man who was ...

The LAPD dropped him off at LAX 2 months ago. He's still missing
Since 23-year-old Ryan Robichaud left his family's home in Canada in January, he's turned up in Montreal, Boston, Los Angeles and now, possibly, in Westminster, his mother said. Police in the Orange County city notified the public about the missing man ...

Essential California: Opening the records on police misconduct
Good morning. It is Tuesday, April 12. Fans driving to Dodger Stadium will now travel on Vin Scully Avenue to get there. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Family leave. A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will boost paid ...

LA officials have a tool to track the city's filthiest streets. Now it's time clean things up
Los Angeles officials have, for the first time, rated city streets based on their cleanliness, and the results confirm what residents in many neighborhoods already understood: Too many L.A. streets are a mess. Here's what residents really want to know ...

How Recreational Marijuana Will Change L.A. — and How It Won't
Los Angeles' green rush started 10 years ago, when entrepreneurs opened the doors of hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries. Not everyone was on board. Critics and activists decried the invasion of dispensaries into neighborhoods like Eagle Rock ...

Be Prepared to Pay $100 More for Rent in L.A.
Sorry to break it to you, but rents are continuing to rise in Los Angeles. A new report by apartment listings site Zumper says median rent for a one-bedroom place in L.A. — $1,970 — is up nearly 14 percent compared to the same time last year. And it ...

Former LA charter school leader fined for conflict of interest
A former local charter school operator has agreed to pay a $16,000 fine for misconduct that includes using public education funds to lease her own buildings. Under a tentative settlement with the state's Fair Political Practices Commission, Kendra ...

LA Spec House Lists for $150 Million
A newly built spec home built on a property once owned by Barbra Streisand is listing for $150 million. The recently completed estate has 10 bedrooms and about 38,000 square feet of space spread across a main house and multiple guest houses, according ...

Possible Sinkhole Opens Up On The Basketball Court Of LA School
A large crater has opened up on the grounds of an LAUSD school whose site was once at the epicenter of an environmental justice battle. The crater measures about 75 feet by 45 feet according to CBS Los Angeles. Regardless, class remained in session ...

Rich People in Los Angeles Die Pretty Young For Rich People
Los Angeles is often associated with youth and an obsession with youthfulness, but it's the old people who are the focus of a new study (via Curbed SF) done by researchers working at an array of prestigious institutions like Harvard, Stanford, and MIT ...

LA workers would get 6 paid sick days under new proposal
Workers in Los Angeles could get at least six paid sick days annually under a proposal backed by a committee of city lawmakers Tuesday -- twice as much as the California state minimum. Labor and community activists heralded the move as a victory for ...

Los Angeles, population 611656: Rare images from before the motion picture boom
Los Angeles, population 611,656: Rare images from before the motion picture boom. By Bob Bragman. Updated 7:21 am, Wednesday, April 13, 2016. 1921 Los Angeles souvenir brochure showing a busy corner at Seventh and Hill. From the. A look at Los ...

LA City Council seeks to ease health risks in pollution hot spots through land-use restrictions
In a groundbreaking attempt to bring environmental justice to polluted neighborhoods, the Los Angeles City Council is poised to adopt new land-use restrictions to ease health risks in communities where a heavy concentration of industry operates close ...

10 Streets Named After People in Los Angeles
The move was not without its very small share of naysayers. The Echo Park Historical Society and the Citizens Committee to Save Elysian Park felt the move undermined Elysian Park. Anyway. L.A. has a long and rich tradition of naming streets after all ...

The family-run Thai market that feeds LA's eclectic food scene
The well-renowned Bangkok Market, located in Los Angeles, is a longtime supermarket for retail and wholesale Thai produce, spices, chili pastes and household products. Doriane Raiman for NPR. 124307 full ...

Xian Vox's LADead Parties Keep L.A.'s Darkside Alive
It might seem like a contradiction, but Los Angeles has bred one of the healthiest and most enduring goth scenes in the country over the past few decades. Maybe it's a backlash to the tanned and tediously laid-back SoCal stereotype, but for at least as ...

Estate built on speculation along LA's storied Caroldwood Drive is asking $150 million
Even in L.A.'s “anything is possible” luxury home market, there are still several ways to raise a few jaded eyebrows. Price, location and celebrity history are among them, and this newly built spec house in the Holmby Hills neighborhood has them all ...

LA, planning for future growth, seeks a major update of its neighborhood plans
Facing a potentially bruising ballot fight over real estate development next year, Los Angeles' political leaders announced Wednesday that they will seek a sweeping update of the plans that govern the size and density of new buildings that go up in ...

Seize a homeless person's property? Not so fast, a federal judge tells LA
A federal judge Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction barring Los Angeles police and sanitation officers from seizing and destroying homeless people's property without sufficient notice, and ordered the city to segregate and store impounded ...

Natural History Museum in LA enlists residents to collect data on urban wildlife
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is embarking on a pioneering plan to collect and inventory all of the urban wildlife in the region. The effort will be led by hundreds of "citizen scientists" trained to collect data for the museum ...

Stacey Bendet Champions 'See-Now, Buy-Now' with Festival-Inspired L.A. Show
The presentation for the Alice + Olivia Grateful Dead capsule collection served as a pre-Coachella kickoff for L.A.'s fashion scene (which included a requisite Kardashian.) "It was really about the see-now, buy-now show," said Stacey Bendet, founder ...

Street vendors on Figueroa Street: An entrepreneurial spirit rises from the depths of poverty
Claudia Flores and her husband were months past due on $60 phone and $80 electricity bills. So they packed their minivans with strollers, car seats, used T-shirts and assorted other things and drove to a stretch of Figueroa Street just blocks from ...

Today: Kobe's Hollywood Ending. LA's Not So Grand Bazaar.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. Kobe's last game. Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times. Kobe Bryant waves to the crowd as he walks off the court for the ...

Why the 'Neighborhood Integrity Initiative' would worsen LA's affordability crisis
Most Angelenos abhor the “I've got mine” strain of exclusionary politics represented by Donald Trump, a presidential candidate who stokes fear by claiming that outsiders threaten the integrity of American communities. Yet they're being asked to support ...


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