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L.A. NOWCity Hall's top policy advocate has recommended that the Los Angeles City Council oppose any attempts to bend state environmental rules for a football stadium proposed on a Convention Center site downtown. Chief Legislative Analyst Gerry F. Miller, who...
Miriam Seegar Whelan Actress became an interior designer Miriam Seegar Whelan, 103, an actress from the early days of talking films who was married to director Tim Whelan, died Sunday of age-related causes at her home in Pasadena, said her daughter-in-...
Wayne Grisham, a two-term Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from La Mirada who later served in the state Assembly, has died. He was 88. Grisham died Wednesday at Dove House, a hospice in Whittier, of respiratory failure stemming from...
FBI officials say a man who allegedly tried to rob Wells Fargo Bank on Brand Boulevard on Friday may be the so-called ''Cooler Bandit." The unidentified robber entered the bank on the 500 block of North Brand Boulevard at 10:15 a.m. Friday, approached a...
KTLA NewsINDUSTRY -- One person was killed Wednesday in an industrial accident at a food packaging facility in Industry. L.A. County Sheriff's investigators responded to a call Wednesday morning of an industrial accident at Morning Star Foods in the City of...
Two electricity generators at a Huntington Beach power plant have been sold to allow another project to rise. AES Huntington Beach LLC, part of a company that generates electricity in 28 countries, sold two of its four power units to Santa Ana-based...
It was our 3rd Annual Summer Movie Drive in and we invited Frisco's Carhop Diner Locations: Long Beach 4750 East Los Coyotes Diagonal Long Beach, California 90815 (562) 498-FOOD (3663) Open daily at 11:30am, closing times vary City of Industry...
After a year of commuting, Jennifer Dunmore pretty much knew what to expect each time she rode the Metrolink train from her home in Riverside to her job in Los Angeles — multiple stops at a variety of stations, familiar and not so familiar faces,...
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L.A. NOWRene Cota was stunned when he searched the Internet and came across a $1,500 campaign contribution reported recently by Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley, who is running for state attorney general. The shocker, he said, was the donor......
Leaders of high-speed rail authority also were paid advisers to firms with something to gain from projectL.A. NOWTwo prominent California High-Speed Rail Authority leaders who are already under scrutiny for holding potentially "incompatible" public offices have received tens of thousands of dollars in consulting fees from firms with financial interests in the $43-...
GreenspaceSouthern California air pollution officials have moved to curb toxic emissions from two lead acid battery recycling plants in Los Angeles County. The regulations are designed to meet the 2008 federal limits on airborne lead pollution, the first new lead.....
L.A. NOWA second large marijuana growing operation was discovered in the San Gabriel Valley this week, this time in three warehouses near the City of Industry. Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies found about 1,900 marijuana plants, valued at about $2 million,.....
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