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BlueCalifornia plugs Bollore's EV-sharing program into LA
The pilot program, which has been approved by the Los Angeles City Council, will be rolled out in Los Angeles neighborhoods such as Westlake, Pico-Union, and Koreatown, as well as the area located between downtown and USC. Those neighborhoods ...

The feds look at Orange County's jail scandal
Good morning. It's Friday, Dec. 16, and here's what's going on around California: TOP STORIES. Jail scandal. In a major twist in a long-running scandal, U.S. Justice Department officials have launched an investigation into whether the Orange County ...

Can 2016 really be called the year of the woman? Look to the arts world, and the answer is yes
As you peruse year-end punditry for something — anything — to elucidate 2016, you will inevitably be burdened with the claim that this was not, as the media led us to believe it would be, the year of the woman in America. Yes it was! For a pivotal ...

Nearly half of all California Airbnb renters stay in Los Angeles
The company says those guests have been a boon to the economy, but how have they affected the rental market? by Elijah Chiland Dec 16, 2016, 8:29am PST. tweet · share · pin · Rec. A view of Airbnb signage during Airbnb Open LA in November 2016 in ...

There's No Easy Way to Solve the Problem of Tipping
LA Weekly chats with Leona owner Nyesha Arrington about minimum wage, among other things, in this cool and freewheeling interview. It's a pretty honest look at what it takes to successfully run a restaurant in these uncertain times (particularly with ...

Rainy weather departs LA, but bitter cold and wind will take its place this weekend
An overnight rainstorm that wreaked havoc on Southern California's roads, freeways and foothills will make way for a cold and blustery weekend that could bring snow and ice to the Grapevine, the National Weather Service said Friday. A winter weather ...

Report on LA school shutdown shows confusion over who was in charge, technology shortcomings
An internal report on last year's unprecedented one-day shutdown of Los Angeles schools due to a terrorist threat reveals a confused chain of command among school district and city officials that hampered their ability to quickly and decisively ...

LA TV anchor to avoid theft charge if she completes program
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles prosecutors say a TV anchor arrested on suspicion of stealing a pair of headphones at Los Angeles International Airport will not face criminal charges if she completes a diversion program. The city attorney's office said ...

Several Thousand Expected To March For Immigrant Rights Sunday In Downtown LA
Anti-Trump demonstrators march east towards downtown L.A. from MacArthur Park during a protest last month. (Julia Wick/LAist). At least two thousand Angelenos are expected to take to the streets on Sunday afternoon to show unity and defiance against ...

Could the anti-development Measure S tank LA's economy?
Critics of the controversial Neighborhood Integrity Initiative—now officially known as Measure S—have long argued that it would limit affordable housing opportunities and prevent transit-oriented development. Now one of the main opponents, the ...

Fa, La, La Time: Caroling Around Town
Want to hearing people singing? Want to sing yourself? There are cheerful choices around Southern California. (Pictured: Carolers at the Tam O'Shanter.) While the know-by-heart carols include a multitude of themes, characters, melodies, and settings ...

Essential Arts & Culture: Mighty year-enders, naked hotel theater, a 'Messiah' for rich and poor
It's December and SoCal is bursting with everything arts and culture. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and here are some of the week's most intriguing arts stories: This is the end, beautiful friend. The year that seemed ...

George Lucas should pick Los Angeles for his new and unconventional museum
It's not surprising that one of our era's most celebrated storytellers — George Lucas, the creator of the Star Wars movies — would want to create a museum dedicated to the art of visual storytelling. Collaborating with the Chinese architect Ma ...

California's uneven jobs picture
Good morning. It is Saturday, Dec. 17. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Uneven recovery: California's coastal areas are booming when it comes to jobs, but inland and rural counties are still struggling. Unemployment in some ...

Man Wounded In 3rd Deputy-Involved Shooting Within LA County Within Week
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A man has been hospitalized after being shot by a sheriff's deputy in East Los Angeles. The incident unfolded overnight Saturday in the 900 block of La Verne Avenue. It marks the third deputy-involved shooting in Los Angeles ...

After Ghost Ship and a crackdown, LA's DIY music scene plans its response
In the two weeks since the Oakland fire that claimed 36 lives at the venue known as Ghost Ship, the crackdown on other DIY (do it yourself) music venues has already begun. Prominent spaces including Rhinoceropolis in Denver, Bell Foundry in Baltimore ...

'CHiPs For Kids' Brings Much-Needed Holiday Cheer To Local Families
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — At the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Lincoln Heights hundreds of families spent hours in line Saturday to find some much-needed Christmas cheer. Rosa Juizar's three children were eager to meet and take a photo with ...

No. 24 USC Rallies To Beat Troy To Improve To 10-0
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jordan McLaughlin scored 19 points, including a go-ahead floater in the lane with 48 seconds left, and No. 24 Southern California remained undefeated with an 82-77 comeback victory over Troy on Saturday night. Southern California ...

Santa Baby, It's Freezing Outside! Folks Brace For The Cold As They Hunt For Season's Hottest Toy
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Santa and the reindeer might love this cold weather but more than a few people are walking around these parts with red noses. Take that, Rudolph! Speaking of lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh, KCAL9's Jennifer Kastner ...

Shots Fired In Westlake District During Gang Investigation, LAPD SWAT On Scene
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — About a dozen LAPD SWAT officers were seen gearing up after police say gang unit officers fired their guns during an investigation near James Wood Boulevard and South Lake Street. Police set up a massive perimeter and ...

Dreaming of a smoggy Christmas in Southern California
The weather outside wasn't frightful at Christmas when I was 8. The days leading up to Dec. 25 in 1956 had been in the mid-80s in my neighborhood. The day itself sweltered at 86. Outside, as my mother addressed the cards she dutifully sent to relatives ...

NewConference EXTRA LA City Attorney When is a Sale a Sale?
Four major retailers are sued by the City of Los Angeles. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about lawsuit and why what Macy's, Penney's, Sears Kohl's are doing is illegal. Other stores retailers are being investigated ...

LA County Falls Victim To Phishing Email Attack Potentially Impacting 756000 People
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — After seven months, Los Angeles County has disclosed that it was a victim of a phishing email attack. The cyber-security incident happened back in May, when authorities say over 100 employees responded to a phishing ...

Los Angeles Continues Three-Year Streak Of Adding New Jobs
Los Angeles has added 135,000 jobs since October 2013, bringing the city's unemployment rate from 10 percent down to five percent. “California's economy is running hot right now,” Mark Vitner, a senior economist at Wells Fargo, said in September, notes ...

2 LAPD Officers Hailed As Heroes For Saving Child Choking On ...
2 LAPD Officers Hailed As Heroes For Saving Child Choking On ...

Vigil Held In Downtown LA To Urge 538 Electors Not To Name ...
Vigil Held In Downtown LA To Urge 538 Electors Not To Name ...

LA Observed Notes: A mea culpa, good reads and many media moves
Mea culpa: Sunday's LA Times Travel section devotes most of the back page to the official explanation for last week's letters in support of Japanese American ...

What lies beneath LA
For close to 20 years, my favorite landmark in Los Angeles was a pair of plastic sawhorses, each emblazoned with “City of Los Angeles Dept. of Public Works Street Services.” The sawhorses straddled a patch of pavement at the southwest corner of ...

Closing Arguments To Begin In Baca Corruption Trial
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Closing arguments will begin Monday in the federal corruption trial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca. Deliberations are set to begin at 8 a.m. in downtown Los Angeles. During the trial, prosecutors argued Baca ...

Keeping wild pumas alive in an urban environment is hard work. Is ...
Keeping wild pumas alive in an urban environment is hard work. Is ...


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