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A Syrian Teen Chases the American Dream
For many, Los Angeles is a city of superimpositions. Each day we live in the present, experiencing the ordinary joys and mundanity of Angeleno life, but in the back of our minds, we are somewhere else. Our minds are tethered to the distant cities and ...

Tallest building west of the Mississippi opens in LA
LOS ANGELES -- The tallest building west of the Mississippi River opened on Friday. Standing 1,100 feet tall, the Wilshire Grand Center is the latest in a crop of new skyscrapers in the Los Angeles skyline. From the street to the spire, the Wilshire ...

LA Mayor Garcetti Rallies 'Climate Mayors' To Adopt Paris Goals
MIAMI BEACH, Florida (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti rallied other “Climate Mayors” to the cause of upholding the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement Saturday at the 85th annual United States Conference of Mayors in Miami Beach, ...

Overturned Truck Spills Fuel, Turns 101 Fwy Into Parking Lot « CBS ...
Overturned Truck Spills Fuel, Turns 101 Fwy Into Parking Lot « CBS ...

In a day of summer football, L.A. Cathedral proves best - LA Times
It's becoming pretty clear that L.A. Cathedral, led by sophomore quarterback Bryce Young, is the team to watch this summer in seven-on-...

Away from the bands, it's the kids who make a racket at Pasadena's ...
Away from the bands, it's the kids who make a racket at Pasadena's ...

Goodbye, Columbus
Earlier this month, a committee of the Los Angeles City Council backed a plan to reframe Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day, following the lead of Berkeley, Denver, Phoenix and the state of Vermont. The proposal now goes to the full council. It ...

Study the colors and conflict that made San Diego's Chicano Park
Why: Even with no social context, this would be a striking set of murals, improbably arrayed beneath the Coronado Bridge. But the context makes it doubly special. What: When state and local officials expanded Interstate 5 through San Diego and built ...

A Brief History of Lincoln Heights, the Original East LA
When the Eastside neighborhood of Lincoln Heights became the first suburb of Los Angeles in 1873, its name was East L.A. The man credited as the neighborhood's founder was a former Army surgeon named Dr. John Strother Griffin who, alongside General ...

Sister Sam, founder of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, dies at 82 - LA ...
Sister Sam, founder of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, dies at 82 - LA ...

Local Activists Protest Olympics Bid In Los Angeles
The possibility of an Olympics in Los Angeles appears to be almost guaranteed at this point. The IOC plans to vote on the 2028 and 2024 Olympics locations simultaneously, an economic report indicates the games likely will be economically sustainable ...

Explore some of LA's popular veteran-owned businesses
In this episode of Eye on L.A. we show exactly why veterans make some of the best employees, and we shine a spotlight on some of our incredible veteran-owned businesses that you're going to want to try. KABC. By Tina Malave. Sunday, June 25, 2017 09: ...

LA's new Democratic congressman has been in the majority his whole career. Now he's going to Washington
In his six years in the state Assembly, Jimmy Gomez wrote legislation that expanded California's landmark family leave law, served as Democratic whip and chaired the powerful appropriations committee. Gomez has spent his entire political career as a ...

Los Angeles Moves Closer To Legalizing Sidewalk Food Vendors ...
Los Angeles Moves Closer To Legalizing Sidewalk Food Vendors ...

Essential California: Don't bet against Magic Johnson turning the Lakers around
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Monday, June 26, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. On Ball and Magic. The Lakers selected UCLA star Lonzo Ball with the No. 2 pick in the draft. This comes ...

Metro approves $81.5M plan to cut down on Blue Line delays
Opened in 1990, the Blue Line is the oldest light rail route in Metro's system. Prayitno. As Metro continues to expand its rapidly developing rail network, the agency has also begun to double back of late, with plans to improve service on the aging ...

Los Angeles City Minimum Wage to Rise to $12 an Hour July 1
The minimum wage in the city of Los Angeles is set to rise to $12 an hour next week, as part of a climb to a $15 minimum wage, officials said. It is the second year of a city increase that will eventually reach $15 an hour by July 1, 2021. "Why does it ...

In This LA Neighborhood, Protest Art Is A Verb
For a first time visitor, Anderson Street in Los Angeles' Boyle Heights neighborhood looks pretty gritty and industrial: old brick workshops, small factories, and a steady rumble of delivery trucks driving by. But step inside some of the old, soot ...

LA now has a new tallest building. How it will fit into the fabric of the city is still open to debate
Standing at the base of the Wilshire Grand, architect David Martin shielded his eyes to take in the scope of Los Angeles' newest and tallest skyscraper. Eight years ago, this shimmering glass tower began its life in his sketchbook as an ink drawing and ...

The GOP healthcare plan will devastate Los Angeles
The U.S. Senate bill to “repeal and replace” Obamacare would slash Medicaid, the nation's health insurance program for the poor. In so doing, it would devastate Los Angeles in ways that may not yet be fully appreciated. One in 20 of the nation's ...

Essential California: Delta tunnel project gets a huge boost
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Tuesday, June 27, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Delta tunnel project gets a huge boost. Federal fishery agencies Monday pushed forward a controversial ...

Cruise the Sunset Strip, where the signs are as loud as the music
Why: The Strip, a 1.5-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard between Hollywood and Beverly Hills, is as loud and glitzy as Sunset Boulevard gets. It's got bright lights, bold signage, live music and generations of celebrity highlife, misbehavior and tragedy ...

Carl's Jr. fined $1.45 million by Los Angeles for allegedly underpaying employees
On Monday, L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer announced that the city is fining Carl's Jr. in the amount of $1.45 million, alleging that seven of its locations had failed to pay 37 workers the legal minimum wage between July and December 2016, reports The ...

Get a behind-the-scenes look at 'Body Worlds: Pulse'
Never seen a plastinated body? Then take a peek, above, at what's going on at the California Science Center, where the "Body Worlds: Pulse" exhibit has stripped away the human body's exterior to reveal its inner workings. "You can literally feel and ...

Leslie Jones slams LA's Ritz-Carlton: 'They don't like black people'
Leslie Jones' successful night hosting the BET Awards on Sunday took an inhospitable turn when her stay at a Los Angeles hotel was allegedly marred by racism. The "Saturday Night Live" star tweeted to her more than 694,000 followers on Monday about ...

Father Of Missing Boy To Be Extradited To LA To Face Murder Charges
LAS VEGAS (CBSLA.com) – A South Pasadena man will be returned from Las Vegas to Los Angeles to be prosecuted on charges of killing his 5-year-old son, who has been missing since April. The boy's body has not been found. At an extradition hearing in ...

George Lucas' Museum of Narrative Art gets LA City Council go-ahead
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday gave its unanimous approval to George Lucas' Museum of Narrative Art, which may break ground this year at Exposition Park. The "Star Wars" creator addressed the council before its 14-0 vote to OK an ...

Hey, Manhattan Beach, preventing pedestrian deaths is more important than your speedy morning commute
All hell has broken out in my adopted hometown of Manhattan Beach. If you believe the hysteria, families are being torn apart, livelihoods are being threatened and businesses are in danger of collapse. All because in early June, Los Angeles slowed ...

Dearden's plans to close its stores after serving generations of ...
Dearden's plans to close its stores after serving generations of ...

How one union boss manages to outfox LA politicians — and deliver the goods to his members
Brian D'Arcy once told me his drink of choice was a pint of Guinness, and it tasted all the better with a shot of Jameson to back it up. He's also a two-fisted negotiator, and at some point Wednesday, I imagine D'Arcy will be raising both the beer and ...


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