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CIT Provides $100000 to Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce for Technical Assistance to Small Businesses
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OneWest Bank, a division of CIT Bank, N.A., (Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender), which offers products and services to consumers through a network of retail branches in Southern California, today announced it provided ...

Get caffeinated at these five new LA-area coffee shops
Finding a great cup of coffee in Los Angeles isn't hard nowadays; it's certainly easier, anyway, than catching Snorlax in “Pokemon Go.” Indeed, specialty coffee shops have opened across Los Angeles at a rapid clip over the last few years. As have ...

20 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
You can check out the art and installations of artist Christophe Piallat in the show, 'What Lies Inside, Stays Inside,' currently on view in Pasadena's Canterbury Records storefront. (Image: Courtesy of the gallery and artist.) Here are 20 of our ...

Pushback against new LA-LB chassis fee intensifies as FMC inquires
A $5 dollar chassis gate fee has met fierce opposition from shippers, who say that allowing the fee to go into effect would hurt the competitiveness of the country's largest port complex in Los Angeles and Long Beach. Chassis-leasing companies ...

Black Lives Matter activists hand City Hall a petition calling for LAPD chief's firing
The activists walked through the doors of Los Angeles City Hall, into an elevator and rode up to the mayor's office on the third floor. They knew Mayor Eric Garcetti wasn't there — he's attending the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and trying to rally ...

Updated: Is Donald Trump selling this LA mansion?
Well, well, well. Right in the midst of one of the most bizarre presidential elections in U.S. history, the apparent Beverly Hills home of Republican nominee Donald Trump has popped up on the market. Back in 2009, Variety reported that the real estate ...

Is Robertson Boulevard, once an LA fashion favorite, ready for a makeover?
Robertson Boulevard is still an attraction in some tourist guides — although those really should be updated. The two-block stretch between 3rd Street and Beverly Boulevard has been bruised by vacancies in the shadow of Los Angeles' glitzier ...

More going and coming on the LA Times Metro staff
Two more Metro reporters are leaving the Los Angeles Times staff. They are Jason Song, who has been covering education, and Garrett Therolf, the former county beat reporter who has been focusing on children's and social services. Both are mid-career ...

Essential California: Woman faces backlash over a bear killing
Good morning. It is Tuesday, Aug. 9. Here's what is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Bear break-in. A bear repeatedly broke into a woman's cabin in the San Bernardino County mountain community of Forest Falls. Fearful for her children, she ...

Shyp expands its on-demand shipping service to more LA areas
On-demand shipping service Shyp is expanding to more parts of the Los Angeles area Tuesday, and planning a new feature to accommodate businesses with bulk shipping needs. The company, which dispatches workers to pick up, package and mail items, ...

The New York Times Loves LA, Botanica Gets Approval in Silver Lake, More A.M. Intel
Despite the growing number of upscale options around town, most folks in LA prefer to eat casually. That's even true for those same fine(r) dining chefs like Kevin Meehan of Kali, who talks with Citizine about his favorite "dive" spots for a night out ...

Pillowcase Rapist Taken Into Custody
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A man known as the “Pillowcase Rapist,” who had been living in a home near Palmdale despite outcry from neighbors, has been taken into custody Tuesday. Christopher Evans Hubbart, 65, was taken into custody, but it was ...

This LA Craft Beer Hotline Is Both Hilarious and Informative
You know how, around Thanksgiving, news programs and food magazines start rolling out stories about that turkey hotline you can call for cooking advice? Well Los Angeles now has its own version of that — except it's all about craft beer, and it's ...

A 'victory' for Koreatown, huge Vermont Corridor project moves ...
A 'victory' for Koreatown, huge Vermont Corridor project moves ...

Gun-toting man fatally shot after police chase in Los Angeles
A gun-toting suspect was killed after a foot chase ended with cops opening fire on him in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on Tuesday, according to local reports. It was the Los Angeles Police Department's second officer-involved shooting ...

Crash course in credit recovery yields best-ever graduation rate of 75% for LA schools
The star of an annual kickoff event for the new school year in Los Angeles was a number: 75%, the highest graduation rate ever tabulated by the nation's second-largest school system. That achievement, announced by L.A. Unified Supt. Michelle King on ...

How a Los Angeles couple came to control a water empire
Whether you're familiar with their massive agricultural holdings in the Central Valley, you may have heard the names of Stewart and Lynda Resnick. Known for their many charitable efforts, they're the Resnicks who gave their name to LACMA's Resnick ...

The 25 Best Tacos in LA, Cliff's Edge Expands Oyster Deal, More A.M. Intel
Congrats, USC students in sweatpants who don't want to leave campus but do want a cupcake. You now have your very own Sprinkles ATM to enjoy, right out in front of the library. The machine is supposed to go live August 22 (the first day of class) and ...

Take a 3D tour of LA's hidden Batchelder chocolate shop - Curbed LA
The exquisite 1914 Batchelder tile installation that covers the walls of the Dutch Chocolate Shop in Downtown Los Angeles is still not open to the public (read ...

Map: Here's Where The Most Parking Tickets Are Handed Out In L.A. ...
Map: Here's Where The Most Parking Tickets Are Handed Out In L.A. ...

Are LA home prices on the way down?
A new report from John Graff Real Estate finds the red hot sellers market in LA might be slowing down. Pending home sales in July were down a hefty 35 percent from the same month in 2015. Closed home sales were also down 9.3 percent—a pretty sluggish ...

Los Angeles man accused of stabbing and attempted eye gouging ...
Los Angeles man accused of stabbing and attempted eye gouging ...

Childhood dream fuels career success in transportation
A childhood attraction to transportation planning has become a career for Corrine Ralph. As the first female to head transit programs for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), she oversees the second largest bus network in L.A., which ...

L.A. Apartment Tower Asks Manhattan Rents for Rolls-Royce, Botox
With its 40 stories and monthly rents of as much as $25,000, a new Los Angeles apartment tower is reaching Manhattan's heights. And its amenities may make New Yorkers jealous: a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, in-house Botox and your latte brewed to ...

Police: 14-year-old shot by LA cop in gang-infested neighborhood opened fire first
Authorities in Los Angeles say that police shot a 14-year-old Latino boy who opened fire on them after cops responded to a graffiti tagging report. The shooting occurred Tuesday in Boyle Heights, a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood east of downtown Los ...

Datebook: Art about play, colorful yarn paintings, shows of abstraction and boogeymen
An open-call biennial gathers Los Angeles artists exploring playful themes. A museum showcases bright yarn paintings by an early innovator. And a downtown gallery takes on the boogeyman. Plus: A doc about Boyle Heights, happenings on the border and a ...

Francis Mallmann Brings the Fire to LA, Guerrilla Tacos Upgrades, More A.M. Intel
Chef's Table favorite and all-around meat maestro Francis Mallmann is returning to LA on September 7 cook dinner with Wolfgang Puck, Nancy Silverton, and Eric Werner of Tulum's Hartwood on the front lawn of the Hotel Bel-Air. The pricey party costs ...

Planning commission approves project that could 'transform' South LA
A controversial project that city leaders say has the power to "transform" a "blighted" pocket of South LA cleared its first big hurdle Thursday, winning approval from the planning commission in a meeting that turned rowdy. The Reef would bring outdoor ...

Iron Worker Air Lifted From Towering Crane
A construction worker in need of medical attention is airlifted from dizzying heights in downtown Los Angeles. Watch raw video from Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. (Published Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016). An iron worker was dramatically hoisted to safety Thursday ...

New Questions: Who Is Paying For California's $16 Billion Water Project?
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Critics and a state lawmaker say they want more explanations on who's paying for a proposed $16 billion water project backed by Gov. Jerry Brown, after a leading California water district said Brown's administration was offering ...


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