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Associated PressWith a second child on the way, Chris Shields and his wife, Michelle, wanted to move from their two-bedroom apartment in Southern California to a house with more space. But because their timing coincided with a shakeout in the mortgage market earlier...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith family investments and house values battered by the financial crisis, colleges and universities in California and around the nation are seeing an increase in students seeking financial aid and are bracing for even more. At the same time, higher...
SUDDENLY, FINALLY, there's some real money finding its way to the homeless. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors — the Five Little Kings — has ponied up $80 million for the cause. The Bush administration, which has been busily creating...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDON'T HATE ME, Eli Broad. I'm just asking the question here: Do we really need a new downtown? By which I mean a premeditated "center," a ready-made downtown, the kind that the city and county of Los Angeles officially sealed with big smoochy votes...
Talk about ordering off the menu. In an Anaheim Hills restaurant, a 40ish husband informed waiter Nick Gannon that he and his wife were running late and wanted to see a movie playing elsewhere in the shopping center. "Can you go get us the movie times...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTune in to conservative talk radio in California, and the insults quickly fly. Capturing the angry mood of listeners the other day, a popular host in Los Angeles called Republican lawmakers who voted to raise state taxes "a bunch of weak slobs." With...
sun reporterHis case had become a cause celebre. To his supporters, Stanley "Tookie" Williams, the gang founder who spent his years on death row warning people away from the violent culture he helped to create, was living proof that a condemned killer could be...
Zap2It.comIf you ever plan to motor west, "Cars" director John Lasseter wholeheartedly recommends taking Route 66. With Pixar's latest film speeding to DVD on Nov. 7th, the filmmaker reflects on the fateful journey that inspired the film and offers two pieces of...
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