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  • Letters: Taxes and L.A.'s transit future

    Letters: Taxes and L.A.'s transit future
    Re "More taxes for more transit?," Editorial, Nov. 24 I agree that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority needs to take its time getting our next transportation sales tax right. Putting that tax on the ballot in 2016, a...
  • Johnie's Coffee Shop named an L.A. landmark by City Council

    Johnie's Coffee Shop named an L.A. landmark by City Council
    The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to make a closed coffee shop used in the movie "The Big Lebowski" a historic-cultural landmark. Councilman Paul Koretz said Johnie's, at Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, is one of the most notable...
  • Douglass football rises on wave of academic reform

    Douglass football rises on wave of academic reform
    Da'Quan Alexander has been at Douglass High School only a few months, but everybody knows who he is. The senior running back scored the game-winning touchdown in double overtime Saturday that gave the Ducks a 20-14 win over Edmondson that secured the...
  • Archbishop Curley grad Michael Sauers contributing for Maryland men's soccer

    Archbishop Curley grad Michael Sauers contributing for Maryland men's soccer
    Senior forward Patrick Mullins is the face of Maryland men’s soccer – and for good reason. The reigning Hermann Trophy winner is tied for first in Division I in points with 38 and tied for third in the country in goals with 15. But...
  • CalArts names new art studio building after John Baldessari

    CalArts names new art studio building after John Baldessari
    Artist John Baldessari has had a long association with the California Institute of the Arts, where he was a professor of art for nearly two decades. On Friday, the school announced  that it is naming a new art studio building on campus in honor of the 82-...
  • Letters: A grander Grand Ave.

    Re "Gehry's Grand vision," Nov. 25 Finally, finally, perhaps the most interesting piece of undeveloped corner real estate in Los Angeles has a worthy project proposed. It took guts on L.A. County Supervisor Gloria Molina's part to stand up and demand...
  • Train derails north of New York City; deaths reported

    NEW YORK -- A passenger train derailed in New York City early Sunday, and initial reports said there were four deaths and dozens of injuries. The derailment occurred north of the Spuyten Duyvil station of the Bronx, and it was the third major accident...
  • Derailed New York train was traveling in area with 30 mph speed limit

    NEW YORK -- The speed limit on the tracks where a New York City passenger train derailed Sunday is 30 mph, officials said as they began investigating whether speed was a factor in the early morning crash that killed four people on the busiest travel day...
  • New York train derailment: Safety officials recover 'black box'

    NEW YORK - Investigators have recovered the "event recorder" from a Metro-North train that derailed in New York City early Sunday, a major step toward determining what caused the crash that killed four people and left scores injured. Earl F. Weener of...
  • Man sought in connection with Parkville bank robbery

    Man sought in connection with Parkville bank robbery
    Baltimore County police say a man got away with an undisclosed amount of money during a bank robbery that occurred Nov. 21 in Parkville.  At 10 a.m. Nov. 21, the man entered the bank in the 8800 block of Waltham Woods Road and passed the teller a note...
  • Train Wreck No. 2

    Train Wreck No. 2
    One train wreck is an anomaly. Two wrecks is a trend. I’m not a regular commuter on Metro North, thank God. The only time I take a train is when my wife and I go to Manhattan for entertainment, to visit friends or to the stadium on the Yankee...