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  • Third 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' Film in Development

    Alloy Entertainment is developing the third film from "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" series. "Sisterhood Everlasting" follows the four friends ten years later, and having grown apart, Tibby tries to bridge the distance by reuniting the girls for...
  • Environmental SWAT team tests runoff to nab polluters

    Environmental SWAT team tests runoff to nab polluters
    It's just after midnight when it starts to drizzle near downtown Los Angeles. Lara Meeker, a short blond wearing a purple rain jacket, pulls into a fast-food parking lot a few blocks from the Los Angeles River, watches the sky and waits. The watershed...
  • Heavy Metal, Weta Workshop's Pukeko Pictures to Adapt 'Rat Queens' (EXCLUSIVE)

    After working on such films as the "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies, Weta Workshop's Pukeko Pictures is pairing up with Heavy Metal to adapt Image Comics' "Rat Queens" into an animated TV series. The dark comedy, described as a sass-and-...
  • Jimmy Buffett Buys Margaritaville West

    BUYER: Jimmy and Jane Buffett LOCATION: Beverly Hills, Calif. PRICE: $8,250,000 SIZE: 4,322 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: Jimmy Buffett, He-Rah of Margaritaville fame and fortune, enjoys a reputation among his legions of fans --...
  • GOP's Nguyen top vote-getter in Orange County state Senate primary

    GOP's Nguyen top vote-getter in Orange County state Senate primary
    Republican Janet Nguyen was, by a large margin, the top vote-getter over Democratic former Assemblyman Jose Solorio in an Orange County primary race Tuesday that sets the stage for the two to square off again in the November general election. The...
  • California's chromium 6 cap is finalized

    California's chromium 6 cap is finalized
    The California Department of Public Health's new cap on the water contaminant chromium 6 is set to take effect July 1 after the limit received final approval from an administrative arm of the department last week. The Office of Administrative Law's...
  • Gaining clout in Legislature not so easy for Democrats, election shows

    Gaining clout in Legislature not so easy for Democrats, election shows
    This week’s primary election splashed a little cold water on Democrats’ hopes that they would have an easy time recapturing supermajorities in both house of the Legislature this year. Republicans were, by wide margins, the top vote-getters in...
  • Smog-busting roof tiles could clean tons of pollution, study says

    Smog-busting roof tiles could clean tons of pollution, study says
    UC Riverside researchers say they have demonstrated an inexpensive roof coating that gobbles up smog-forming pollutants and, if widely adopted, could clean tons of air pollution from Southern California each day. In a laboratory experiment,...
  • North Carolina agency subject of U.S. inquiry over coal ash spill

    DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina's environmental regulatory agency is under federal criminal investigation for its handling of a massive toxic coal ash spill into the Dan River near the Virginia border. The U.S. attorney's office in Raleigh issued...
  • Paramount residents not alone in pollution fight

    Paramount residents not alone in pollution fight
    Soon after starting work at Lincoln Elementary in Paramount nearly five years ago, second-grade teacher Lisa Lappin became alarmed by the number of teachers and students sick from cancer and other illnesses. Pungent, metallic odors sometimes blanketed...
  • Auto industry drops weight, adds fuel economy

    Auto industry drops weight, adds fuel economy
    Health club attendance may be slipping and comfort foods returning as January resolutions fade into February lassitude. But not for automakers. Mass reduction, or the battle of the vehicular bulge, continues to be the proving ground where automakers can...