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Arson Suspected in Boat Fire at Port of Los Angeles
PORT OF LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Investigators are looking into the possibility that somebody might have thrown a Molotov cocktail onto a boat docked at the Port of Los Angeles. The boat went up in flames around 2 am at the Leeward Bay Marina, ...

Mickey Avalon On Orange County, His New Album and How MySpace Jumpstarted His ...
Mickey Avalon On Orange County, His New Album and How MySpace Jumpstarted His ...

Fire Department hosts Water Safety Expo
By Signal Staff The Los Angeles County Fire Department's annual Water Safety Expo will hit Santa Clarita with a splash 10 am to 2 pm Saturday, but while there will be lots to enjoy, the event will come with a serious side. “It's a really fun day for ...

Police: Woman Posed as ICE Agent, Preyed on Immigrants
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Sheriff's detectives arrested a woman who allegedly posed as a federal agent and collected tens of thousand of dollars from illegal immigrants, promising to get them legal resident status. Fourteen victims reported that they paid ...

What if Texas Seceded? Comedy Writer Bob Smiley Imagines What Would Happen, in ...
What if Texas Seceded? Comedy Writer Bob Smiley Imagines What Would Happen, in ...

Group Wants Blog Defamation Case to Stay in California
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - A group dedicated to digital privacy rights has asked a federal judge to keep hold of an online auctioneer's blog-defamation claims, rejecting a bid to refile in Illinois where there are allegedly fewer free-speech ...

LAPD Detective Attempts Ferris Wheel World Record
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Los Angeles Police Department detective is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest ride on a Ferris wheel. Det. Gus Martinez, who admits he's not fond of heights, is trying to raise funds and ...

UCLA football scholarship for 'Diddy' Combs' son
AP LOS ANGELES—Justin Combs, the 18-year-old son of hip-hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs, will attend UCLA on a $54000 football scholarship. It is one of 285 athletic scholarships the university hands out every year. It comes at a time when student fees ...

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'Made in L.A.' looks beyond City of Angels
The first Los Angeles-based biennial art exhibition features 60 artists, including many with OC ties. By RICHARD CHANG / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER One of the biggest contemporary art exhibitions on the West Coast this year is a biennial called "Made ...

Testimony to Resume Friday Afternoon in Bryan Stow Attack Prelim
By Jonathan Lloyd and Patrick Healy LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 30: Attorney Gilbert Quinones (R) cross examines a witness as his client, Louie Sanchez (L), looks on during a preliminary hearing held in Los Angeles Superior court on May 30, ...

Group that filmed alleged mishandling of animals at Ontario facility...
Group that filmed alleged mishandling of animals at Ontario facility...

Dee Caruso, a Writer on Classic 1960s Sitcoms, Dies at 83
Dee Caruso, one-half of the comedy writing team who worked on TV's Get Smart and The Monkees and the Disney film The World's Greatest Athlete, died May 27 of pneumonia at his Brentwood home in Los Angeles. He was 83. Most recently, Caruso served as a ...

Obama to visit 'Black Beverly Hills'
Retired law enforcement officer James Taylor waters his lawn in View Park. Taylor has lived in the house since 1997, but raised three children with his wife in other homes in the neighborhood before that. He's happy that President Obama will visit the ...

Endangered CRA Projects Get Some Funding
By Jacquelyn Ryan Friday, June 1, 2012 EDITOR'S NOTE: The full version of this story will appear in the Business Journal's June 4 weekly edition. Several hundred projects in the city of Los Angeles halted by the death of redevelopment agencies will ...

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper publishes list of taxpayers who received ...
Los Cerritos Community Newspaper publishes list of taxpayers who received ...

District 33: less local representation?
Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday's primary election for the 33rd Congressional District, the political landscape of the South Bay has already drastically changed. This election is the first in which the South Bay, formerly part of District 36, ...

LA Times honors community newspapers
Staff members from the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and Coastline Pilot were recognized at the annual Editorial Awards banquet. LOS ANGELES — Three members of the staff who produce the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and ...

LA County assessor takes leave amid probe of his office
John Noguez steps aside as DA pursues allegations that donors' property taxes were illegally lowered. “In the interest of restoring public confidence in the professionalism, integrity and impartiality of the assessor's office, I intend to take a leave ...

Arrests Made in UCLA Admissions Office Protest
By Samantha Tata June 1, 2012: Several demonstrators were arrested at the UCLA Admissions Office during a protest demanding the university increase its minority student population. A demonstration at the UCLA admissions office demanding the university ...

Former top immigration agent in LA gets two years in prison
Frank Johnston, 55, a federal officer for 31 years, is sentenced for defrauding the government and obstructing justice. He is also ordered to pay $400000 in restitution. By Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times Blasting what he described as cultural problems ...

Bullet train faces new legal challenges
Central Valley farmers and Madera County file an environmental lawsuit, and OC transit officials urge the state to suspend the project. By Dan Weikel and Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times Central Valley farm groups filed a major environmental ...

LAPD officer sets Ferris wheel ride record in Santa Monica
By John Rogers, AP Writer This image provided by Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier shows Gus Martinez, far left, posing June 1, 2012, with his son, Jason, center, celebrating his Guinness World Record, set after riding the Ferris wheel on the Santa ...

Talent manager pleads no contest in child abuse case
Martin Weiss, who had faced eight felony counts of molesting a young artist, is sentenced to a year in jail but is released for time served. By Dawn C. Chmielewski, Los Angeles Times A Hollywood manager who specialized in representing young actors ...

Hard-charging Trutanich hopes to be hard-charging DA
In nearly three years as LA's city attorney, Trutanich has raised his profile by taking on billboards, pot shops and political protesters. But his blunt style has drawn criticism. By Kate Linthicum and David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times Taking the ...

Man testifies that Dodger Stadium beating was unprovoked
By Harriet Ryan, Los Angeles Times A man attacked alongside Bryan Stow testified Friday that the beating in a Dodger Stadium parking lot was completely unprovoked and came at the hands of a violent local fan whom their group of San Francisco Giants ...

Federal probe drug targets Pasadena Denver Lanes
By Brian Charles, SGVN LOS ANGELES - An 18-month long investigation by federal law enforcement into Pasadena drug deals resulted Friday in 15 arrests, the seizure of $40000 in cash, the confiscation of more than $60000 in powder and crack cocaine and a ...

BASEBALL: Chatsworth, El Camino Real eye yet another City crown
Teams from the San Fernando Valley have won 19 in a row, 38 of past 39 section titles. City Section baseball powers Chatsworth and El Camino Real meet at 1 pm today at Dodger Stadium in the City Section Div. I championship. And it's only fitting that ...

Bonita Beat Alhambra 5-1 to Win the CIF-SS Division 3 Championship
Bonita beat Alhambra 5-1 to win the CIF-SS Division 3 championship baseball game on Friday, June 1, 2012 in Los Angeles. Bonita starting pitcher Justin Garza mobbed by teammates points to the sky as they beat Alhambra 5-2 to win the CIF-SS Division 3 ...

Deputy lauded for saving La Puente toddler
By Ruby Gonzales, SGVN Deputy Joe Chavez saved 15-month-old Janell Breceda May 27 when the toddler was choking on a cookie. (Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department) - A deputy with the sheriff's Parks Bureau was reunited Friday night with the ...


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