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  • Jim Newton - Editor at Large

    Jim Newton - Editor at Large
    Jim Newton is editor at large of the Los Angeles Times. He serves as a member of The Times' editorial board, advises on editorial matters and writes and edits for the editorial page and Op-Ed, including a weekly column examining the policy and politics of...
  • Four LAPD officers injured in crash released from hospital

    Four LAPD officers injured in crash released from hospital
    Four Los Angeles police officers who were injured in a traffic collision Monday while responding to a call for backup were released from the hospital later in the day, officials said. "One of them suffered a broken rib, and that's all we have,"  LAPD...
  • Overnight SWAT standoff in Winnetka ends; woman arrested

    Overnight SWAT standoff in Winnetka ends; woman arrested
    A woman who barricaded herself in her Winnetka home overnight was arrested Tuesday morning. The woman, who was not immediately identified, was alone in her home in the 7000 block of Fullbright Avenue when Los Angeles police officers responded to a...
  • Budget chief urges L.A. to cut deficit, not expand services

    Budget chief urges L.A. to cut deficit, not expand services
    Los Angeles' top budget official Monday advised city leaders to resist the temptation to expand services, saying they should work instead toward eliminating a recurring deficit by 2018. In a 37-page report, City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana...
  • L.A.'s top budget official warns against expanding city services

    L.A.'s top budget official warns against expanding city services
    L.A.'s top budget official on Monday advised the city's elected leaders to resist the temptation to expand services, saying they should work toward eliminating a recurring deficit by 2018 instead. In a 37-page report, City Administrative Officer...
  • Is 4.4 jolt an end to Los Angeles' 'earthquake drought'?

    Seismologists say Monday's magnitude 4.4 temblor near Westwood could mark the beginning of the end for L.A.'s years-long "earthquake drought." Typically, they would expect a 4.4-sized earthquake about once a year in the Los Angeles Basin, but that hasn'...
  • LAPD officer injured in Hollywood Hills shooting, authorities say

    LAPD officer injured in Hollywood Hills shooting, authorities say
    A Los Angeles police officer was injured Monday morning in a shooting in the Hollywood Hills, officials said. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed via Twitter that an officer was taken to an area hospital following an officer-involved shooting in...
  • Seven injured, including officers, in LAPD traffic collision

    Seven injured, including officers, in LAPD traffic collision
    Seven people were injured -- four of them seriously -- in a traffic collision Monday morning involving a Los Angeles Police Department vehicle, authorities said.  An LAPD spokeswoman said that the collision occurred at 8:47 a.m. in Glassell Park at...
  • Search continues for four children allegedly abducted by their parents

    Search continues for four children allegedly abducted by their parents
    Authorities are asking for the public's help as they search for four children who were allegedly abducted from their grandmother's house in Boyle Heights on Friday. The children's parents, Enrique Felix and Rosa Chairez, both 28, who had been ordered to...
  • L.A. Unified's decision to move students sparks furor

    L.A. Unified's decision to move students sparks furor
    The two schools are a two-minute drive apart in similarly low-income, largely immigrant neighborhoods. But to hear students tell it, the two places might as well be different planets. Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights, located on the edge of...
  • Law prevents regulation of illicit massage parlors, officials say

    SACRAMENTO — Cities, counties and law enforcement officials across California are bristling at a 6-year-old law that they contend prevents regulation of massage parlors they suspect offer more than therapeutic bodywork. A profusion of massage...