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  • Thieves steal roughly $63,000 in Prada, Gucci eyewear from Glendale optometrist

    Less than 12 hours after thieves stole roughly $63,000 worth of expensive sunglasses and eyewear on Thursday from her family business, optometrist Ani Halabi was back to work and meeting with patients. "Nothing is going to bring me down," she said,...
  • Microsoft cuts Surface Pro by $100 for back-to-school promotion

    Microsoft cuts Surface Pro by $100 for back-to-school promotion
    Hopping on the wave of back-to-schools specials, Microsoft is cutting the price of its Surface Pro tablet by $100. The Redmond, Wash.-based tech company is selling the Surface Pro, a tablet capable of running a full version of its Windows 8 operating...
  • Climate change woes already widespread in California, study says

    Climate change woes already widespread in California, study says
    California is feeling the effects of climate change far and wide as heat-trapping greenhouse gases reduce spring runoff from the Sierra Nevada, make the waters of Monterey Bay more acidic and shorten winter chill periods required to grow fruit and nuts in...
  • Home shoppers advised to stay patient amid overheated housing market

    Home shoppers advised to stay patient amid overheated housing market
    Be patient. Hang in there. Keep trying. In one form or another, that's the advice some real estate experts give buyers in dealing with this overheated housing market. Yes, it is a good time to buy in terms of house prices and mortgage rates. If you...
  • Real estate benefits could be cut as part of tax reform measures

    Real estate benefits could be cut as part of tax reform measures
    WASHINGTON — Since Congress has taken off on its annual summer recess, you might assume that nothing is happening on Capitol Hill that could affect the taxes you pay on your home. Quite the reverse. Staff members of the House and Senate tax-...
  • Home prices are on the rise in Burbank

    Home sale prices in Burbank continued to rise last month as the number of bank-owned and short-sale properties put on the market dropped dramatically from a year ago, according to local real estate statistics. Last month Burbank saw only five...
  • Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac delaying billions in write-offs: watchdog

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac delaying billions in write-offs: watchdog
    WASHINGTON -- Resurgent bailout recipients Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been avoiding billions of dollars in potential long-term losses by delaying the use of new accounting measures that would require them to write off more delinquent mortgages, a...
  • L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings

    L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings
    Seismic experts and engineers have long warned that a certain type of wood-framed building is particularly vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake, because the first story cannot support the weight of the upper stories. During Southern...
  • U.S. home sales rise in July

    U.S. home sales rise in July
    Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose in July, as more inventory hit the market and an increase in mortgage interest rates likely motivated buyers. Sales were up 6.5% from the prior month and 17.2% from the same month a year earlier. Homes sold at a...
  • South Laguna trees not automatically heritage

    Many South Laguna residents thought that trees on their streets were automatically given heritage status when the area was annexed by Laguna Beach, but the City Council ruled otherwise on Tuesday. The council voted 3-1 to require South Laguna property...
  • Video Americain to close next year

    Video Americain to close next year
    And then there were none. Video Americain, possibly Baltimore's last, and certainly best, video rental store, is on its way out. Barring some final-reel reprieve, the filled-to-the-rafters store in Roland Park — where film buffs could find...