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  • FHA policies helped cause foreclosure crisis

    Imagine that a federal agency wanted to hurt America's working-class families on purpose. How would it inflict maximum damage? It might start by aggressively marketing homeownership to marginal borrowers. It would tell them that bad credit scores aren't...
  • Glendale house was in 'Office' star Jenna Fischer's ballpark

    Glendale house was in 'Office' star Jenna Fischer's ballpark
    The former Casey Stengel estate, built for the baseball legend in 1925, is a hit with actress Jenna Fischer. The "Office" star recently bought the Glendale property for $1.9 million. The Mediterranean-style house of about 4,600 square feet sits on close...
  • High wind advisory in effect, gusts could reach 60 mph

    Gusty Santa Ana winds that could produce hazardous driving conditions could continue in the Los Angeles area until Thursday. Wind gusts could reach up to 60 mph in the Santa Monica, Ventura and Los Angeles mountains. In the San Fernando Valley, gusts...
  • More concern for the News-Press

    Like letter-writers Chris Davis and Robert Morrison, we want to express our dismay at the recent developments regarding the Glendale News-Press. Relocation of the newspaper facilities, as well as the reduction of daily print editions, does not bode well...
  • A Bulldog at the BCS?

    A Bulldog at the BCS?
    Talk about perfect timing. First, Luke Bryan is possibly the hottest performer in country music right now, having won nine American Country Awards in December, including artist of the year (as voted by the fans) and launching his first tour as a...
  • Around Town: A legend delivered by word of mouth

    When we moved to La Cañada in 1976, our 83-year-old neighbor, Hazel Castevens, told us that the Wells Fargo Pony Express once had a route past what is today the west end of the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA parking lot. The street was called Michigan...
  • Family of victim in Jenni Rivera crash goes to court

    Family of victim in Jenni Rivera crash goes to court
    Relatives of a make-up artist who died in a plane crash with Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera last month have asked the court to force the aircraft’s manufacturers to turn over any documents that show who repaired and maintained it before its...
  • Warner Bros. names Kevin Tsujihara chief executive

    In a bold bet on the digital future of entertainment, Time Warner Inc. has selected its digital guru -- Kevin Tsujihara -- as the new chief executive of Warner Bros. Entertainment. Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes' selection of Tsujihara,...
  • Analyst predicts $96-million write-down on 'Rise of the Guardians'

    Analyst predicts $96-million write-down on 'Rise of the Guardians'
    DreamWorks Animation may end up losing nearly $100 million on its recent holiday release "Rise of the Guardians." That's the sobering prediction of Lazard Capital Markets analyst Barton Crockett.  In a research note on Wednesday, Crockett said he expects...
  • North Hollywood man suspected of burglarizing 200 cars

    Los Angeles police have arrested a parolee they suspect may have burglarized as many as 200 cars, most of them in parking structures, after first blocking out surveillance cameras with silver paint. Frank Chibbaro, 38, was arrested Tuesday while...
  • Former Disney executive Andy Mooney lands at Quiksilver

    A little over a year after his surprise departure from Walt Disney Co. as head of consumer products, Andy Mooney has been named chief executive of sports apparel company Quiksilver. During his 11 years at Disney, Mooney was known for building the...