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  • 818 Roundup: Fishing on the LA River, CHP focusing on distracted drivers, train fatality investigation continues

    818 Roundup: Fishing on the LA River, CHP focusing on distracted drivers, train fatality investigation continues
    Greetings, readers. Today is Monday, Sept. 8, 2014.  Temperatures today are expected to reach a high of 86 and a low of 66, with a 20 percent chance of rain. Headlines from the area: - Anglers young and old tried their hand in fishing...on the Los...
  • Angels owner Arte Moreno meets with Tustin officials to talk stadium

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Angels owner Arte Moreno met with officials from the City of Tustin last week to discuss the possibility of building a new baseball stadium, a team spokesman confirmed Saturday. One potential site would be the decommissioned...
  • Men plead not guilty in Santa Monica Pier stabbing case

    The Los Angeles County District Attorney declined to file charges against a 21-year-old Glendale woman in connection with the stabbings of two fisherman at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday. Agavni Manukyan, 21, was initially arrested in connection...
  • Man struck and killed by Metrolink train in Simi Valley

    An unidentified man was struck and killed by a Metrolink train Monday evening in Simi Valley, according to police and Metrolink officials. Police received a call about 5:15 p.m. that a pedestrian had been hit by a train traveling parallel to Cochran...
  • Big rig crash shuts down transition between southbound I-5, I-10

    A big rig flipped over Monday night as it switched from one Los Angeles highway to another, shutting down a major transition road for more than an hour and a half, according to the California Highway Patrol. CHP Officer Alex Rubio said the rig, which...
  • Fire at Pacoima lumberyard prompts nearby Metrolink closure

    Fire at Pacoima lumberyard prompts nearby Metrolink closure
    Thick flames raced through a lumberyard in Pacoima on Thursday evening, prompting fire officials to ask for the shutdown of a nearby Metrolink station. The Los Angeles Fire Department got a call just before 8 p.m. and classified the blaze in the 11100...
  • Metrolink to replace contractor to avoid train control project delays

    Metrolink to replace contractor to avoid train control project delays
    Southern California's Metrolink commuter rail agency plans to replace a key subcontractor Friday in an attempt to keep on schedule a $211-million, state-of-the-art collision avoidance system. The passenger railroad's board of directors is expected to...
  • Metrolink train fatally strikes bicyclist who rode around gate

    Metrolink train fatally strikes bicyclist who rode around gate
    A Metrolink train bound for Orange County from downtown L.A. fatally struck a bicyclist Thursday during the morning commute in Santa Fe Springs, officials said. The incident occurred around 7:10 a.m. near Lakeland Road and Bloomfield Avenue when the...
  • Gang member convicted of Santa Monica murders gets life sentence

    Gang member convicted of Santa Monica murders gets life sentence
    A 25-year-old man convicted of murdering two people in Santa Monica during attempts as a teenager to gun down rival gang members was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Jose Contreras Zapien Jr., was also given a...
  • Brown needs pollution bucks for bullet train

    Brown needs pollution bucks for bullet train
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown finally is showing us the money he hopes to parlay into paying for his bullet train. Basically, it's the cash from selling licenses to pollute. It's not called pollution licensing, of course. Officially, it's a cap-...
  • Union Station eases policy on homeless people sitting in terminal

    Union Station eases policy on homeless people sitting in terminal
    Officials are easing up on a controversial policy to keep homeless people from congregating and sleeping in Los Angeles' historic Union Station, reopening 30% of the terminal seating to the general public, a transportation official said Thursday....