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How two can fly LA-London for $739
Can two travelers really fly between Los Angeles and London for $739? The answer is yes, but not if you plan to bring a checked bag or carry-on luggage. That will cost you more. Iceland-based no-frills carrier Wow Airlines launched an airfare sale ...

Report: LA rents will rise $136 per month by 2019
The study finds that low rates of homeownership may be contributing to high rental costs. Shutterstock. Southern California rental prices have spiked sharply in recent years, and a new report from the University of Southern California Lusk Center for ...

LA to pay $15 million to man struck by car in Hollywood crosswalk
Los Angeles will pay $15 million to end a legal battle involving a man who was gravely injured by a car while crossing Franklin Avenue. His attorneys had accused the city of failing to address dangerous conditions at the Hollywood intersection. John ...

Educators from Los Angeles and Orange counties among California ...
Educators from Los Angeles and Orange counties among California ...

LA agrees to pay $1.9 million to the family of a man fatally shot by police
The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to pay $1.9 million to the family of a man who was fatally shot by police in a Lincoln Heights apartment two years ago. The 12-1 vote will settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the wife and children of ...

No one has ever gone straight from City Hall to the White House. Could LA Mayor Eric Garcetti end that streak?
There are many paths to the presidency, most of them a standard climb from one elected office to the next. A whole passel of lawmakers have cycled their way through a governorship or the U.S. Senate en route to the White House. Others arrived with less ...

Today: An Inferno Strikes, but Where Was the Warning?
As the death toll rises in Northern California's fires, wind and dry weather are making it harder to bring the flames under control. Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES. An Inferno Strikes, but Where Was the Warning? With a death ...

19 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
Our annual brunch blowout at Santa Anita Park, a trans film fest, David Lynch's second annual music and art fest, and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 10/13. Following last year's inaugural event, transgender artist and Transparent co-producer ...

100 Years of Changes at Downtown's Historic Seventh Street Produce Market
Downtown L.A.'s 7th Street Produce Market — a daily hub for locals to get wholesale fruits and vegetables, and home to the trendy Smorgasburg food market — is celebrating its 100th anniversary this fall. As times have changed over the past century ...

LA prefab company Cover unveils its first sleek unit - Curbed LA
As new state rules make it easier to add small in-law units, granny flats, and studios to the backyards of single-family homes, a new Los Angeles-based prefab ...

The Best Art Supply Stores In Los Angeles
From the overflowing, overwhelming aisles of Moskatel's downtown craft palace to the carefully curated shelves at Los Feliz's Blue Rooster Art Supplies, Los Angeles is home to a wealth of great art supply stores. Here are some of our favorites, and ...

Friday's TV highlights: 'MacGyver' on CBS
VICE The season finale of the news magazine series follows Iraqi army soldiers as they fight Islamic State forces street to street and house to house in Mosul, Iraq. Then correspondent Isobel Yeung meets young Iraqis who must rebuild their lives after ...

Nanny Permanently Injured After Saving Child From Oncoming Car ...
Nanny Permanently Injured After Saving Child From Oncoming Car ...

Bad traffic in LA's toll lanes? Blame the 25% of drivers who don't pay to use them, officials say
For nearly five years, the 110 Freeway's carpool lanes have been open to solo drivers who want to avoid bumper-to-bumper traffic. But that privilege comes at a price. Driving the 11-mile toll route from the 105 Freeway to downtown Los Angeles can cost ...

Where to now on LA water, Mr. Mayor?
After Tuesday's vote by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to participate in a giant water delivery project more than 300 miles to the north, Los Angeles is left to wonder: Are we all in on the delta tunnels and their $17 billion ...

Essential California: The devastation from Northern California's firestorms comes into grim focus
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Friday, Oct. 13, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The fire fight continues. Fire crews began to make slow progress against wildfires that killed least 31 ...

8 Cheap and Free Things to Do in LA This Week
An exhibit of Morrissey and The Smiths cover art, a massive musical installation involving 100 cars, a Dia de los Muertos skateboarding event in Boyle Heights, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. An earworm is a tune that ...

LA Homeowners Get Way More Out of Government Breaks Than Renters
There's a long-held stereotype by some Americans that poor folks and immigrants, which Los Angeles has in spades, are a drain on public resources. But evidence has shown time and again that the wealthier among us seem to get the best of federal ...

City orders tougher rules for oil drilling site near South LA homes
City officials issued a set of stringent rules Friday that an oil company must follow if it wants to continue operating a drilling site next to homes in South Los Angeles. Included is a requirement that all drilling equipment be permanently enclosed in ...

Essential Arts & Culture: The new MacArthur winners, Gehry's Bilbao effect, Springsteen on Broadway
The new MacArthur winners. Springsteen does the Great White Way. And a look at what made Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Bilbao such a hit. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer with the Los Angeles Times, with the week's top culture stories: ...

Could another U.S. city host the Olympics before L.A. gets a chance ...
Could another U.S. city host the Olympics before L.A. gets a chance ...

Hot Property: Creating space
Hollywood loves a compound. What better way to eliminate potentially nosy neighbors than by buying the place next door? In L.A.'s bumper-to-bumper hoods, having a buffer is a true luxury. This week's roundup leads off with two properties that were ...

Neighborhood Spotlight: South Park's fortunes going in a westerly direction
When Angelenos hear the words “South Park,” the boundary-pushing animated series probably comes first to mind for most, whereas some real estate insiders will point to the new, booming neighborhood of gleaming residential towers rising east of the ...

I'm carless and I have to break it to every woman I date in LA
"Listen," I said. "There's something I didn't tell you." It was melodramatic, but I didn't know how else to drop “I don't have a car” into our conversation. We were at Smorgasburg on a Sunday afternoon earlier this year, fulfilling our hipster ...

Atlas Obscura's SEE/SAW Extends Again
Atlas Obscura has announced a second extension for See/Saw, its hugely popular magic show starring Siegfried Tieber. The 2-hour intimate show now runs through Sun. Oct. 29 in DTLA. A perfect pre-Halloween weekend escape, find the hidden entrance to ...

These LA-area Democrats are at the 'epicenter' of the Trump resistance. Here's why
Up in the hills between the San Fernando Valley and West Los Angeles, the intersection of iconic Mulholland Drive and Laurel Canyon Boulevard evokes thoughts of historic Hollywood glamour and the '60s rock and drugs scene. These days it's also a point ...

Red flag fire warnings in effect through Sunday in Los Angeles ...
Red flag fire warnings in effect through Sunday in Los Angeles ...

33rd annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Sunday
The 33rd annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles will be held Sunday in downtown Los Angeles with thousands expected to walk 10 kilometers to raise funds for APLA Health. Photo from 2014 courtesy of AIDS Walk Los Angeles. The 33rd annual AIDS Walk Los ...

LA Metro Makes Order For Up To 100 Electric Buses
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles Metro officials announced this week that they have signed a contract with New Flyer of America for dozens of zero-emission and compressed natural gas buses to help the agency reach its goal of a 100 percent ...

Firefighters Extinguish Major Structure Fire In Boyle Heights « CBS ...
Firefighters Extinguish Major Structure Fire In Boyle Heights « CBS ...


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