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Los Angeles News 06/2017 (Page 9)



Essential California: The toll from California's new right-to-die law
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Wednesday, June 28, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The right to die. A total of 111 people in California took their own lives using lethal prescriptions ...

The Grammy Awards return to Los Angeles in 2019
In the bicoastal competition to host the Grammy Awards, New York City scored a major victory last month with the news that the music industry's biggest event would be held there next year. But now Los Angeles has come roaring back with the announcement ...

Spend a day at the races in Del Mar
Why: There is surf (just outside the Del Mar Fairgrounds). There is turf. There are beautiful people and fancy hats (especially on opening day). And Del Mar's summertime horse-racing scene goes back to the 1930s, when Seabiscuit sprinted to one of his ...

LA installs rumble strips to put the brakes on 'Canoga Speedway' street racing
The “rumble strips” installed on Plummer Street as part of a new pilot project to combat illegal street racing are seen on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, between Canoga Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. The stretch is referred to as the “Canoga ...

Hackers Post Pro-ISIS Message On LA County Site
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors website was hacked Tuesday by a pro-Islamic State group. The hacker substituted a pro-ISIS message for links to county information. The Board of Supervisors site was restored ...

L.A. police shoot and kill man armed with gun during confrontation in ...
L.A. police shoot and kill man armed with gun during confrontation in ...

1 in 5 L.A. community college students is homeless, survey finds ...
1 in 5 L.A. community college students is homeless, survey finds ...

Liquor licenses are too expensive, and the LA dining scene suffers as a result
When I dine out in Los Angeles, I sometimes think of the editor Robert Messenger, who observed that a good cocktail "whets the appetite, pleases the eye, and stimulates the mind. It is one of our conspicuous contributions to cultured living." Or the ...

The new Wiltshire Grand Center adds scale to Los Angeles' skyline
(CNN) After five years of construction, The Wilshire Grand Center is now the tallest building in Los Angeles and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. At 1,100 feet, the new structure stands slightly above the 1,018-foot US Bank Tower ...

Essential California: The Oscars try to become more diverse, but is there a price?
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, June 29, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Welcome to the academy · Chris Pratt, Elle Fanning and Jordan Peele. Those are some of the newest ...

Drive the Avenue of the Giants and disappear into a redwood forest
Why: This stretch of Humboldt County highway is a journey to the heart of redwood country, the largest remaining expanse of old-growth redwoods in the world. What: The Avenue of the Giants, which follows alongside the Eel River and U.S. 101 for 31 or ...

18 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
A lecture about the history of cats in L.A., a screening of Cindy Sherman's weird thriller Office Killer, Fourth of July fireworks and parades, and more fun stuff to do in L.A. this week. fri 6/30. 626 Night Market was created seven years ago as an ...

Some LA councilmen unhappy with new DWP measure promising ...
Some LA councilmen unhappy with new DWP measure promising ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
Here are 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this weekend, and if this list isn't enough, then check out our June Guide for even more suggestions. FRIDAY, JUNE 30. ARCLIGHT Q&As (Film + discussions) The ArcLight Hollywood has some great Q&As set ...

Why were those fighter jets flying over L.A.? Here's the answer - LA ...
Why were those fighter jets flying over L.A.? Here's the answer - LA ...

LA close to bringing back program to help first-time homebuyers
First-time homebuyers in Los Angeles, where prices are increasing rapidly, could soon get a bit of badly-needed assistance from the city. The LA City Council approved a plan Wednesday to resurrect a loan program for middle-income earners, while ...

Times Mirror Square megaproject revealed in new renderings
The two towers planned for the complex would rise 37 and 53 stories, respectively. Images via LA Department of City Planning. Back in December, prolific Canadian developer Onni Group filed plans with the city to demolish part of Downtown LA's Times ...

Homeless cleanups in LA have surged, costing millions. What has been gained?
Sanitation workers clean and dispose of chemicals, human feces and sharp objects at a homeless encampment in Los Angeles last month. (Christian K. Lee / Los Angeles Times). By Ben Poston and Doug SmithContact Reporters · Homelessness ...

Illegal Fireworks Influx and Dry Brush Have Fire Officials Worried This 4th of July
The fog of illegal fireworks blasts seen in many Los Angeles communities during 2016 independence celebrations was likely the result of an influx of illicit imports that could spark the same problem this 4th of July Weekend, experts say. The threat is ...

11 Cheap and Free Things to Do in LA This Week
Free Fourth of July parties and fireworks, a lecture about cats in L.A., a comedy show complements of Reductress, and more fun stuff to do in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. 626 Night Market was created seven years ago as an homage to the ...

4th of July Weekend Checkpoints, DUI Patrols Start Tonight
The 4th of July isn't a proper beer holiday like St. Patrick's Day or Cinco de Mayo. But Americans will imbibe nonetheless. In 2015, there were 271 DUI-related deaths on state roads, according to the California Highway Patrol. The National Highway ...

AIDS nonprofit reaches deal over contested Hollywood office high-rise
The nonprofit group that pushed unsuccessfully this year for a crackdown on Los Angeles “mega-developments” has reached a settlement in its legal fight over a planned Hollywood office complex. AIDS Healthcare Foundation agreed to drop its lawsuit after ...

I watched the sun set on my Sunset Boulevard romance
There is something magical and almost untouchable about the glimmer and grime of Sunset Boulevard. It is this intangible that makes romances elusive and Los Angeles surreal. Our romance was kind of like that. I was heading for a party in West Hollywood ...


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