| May 5, 2010
Los Angeles city prosecutors began notifying 439 medical marijuana dispensaries Tuesday that they must shut down by June 7, when the city's ordinance to regulate the stores takes effect. It's the first step in what could be a lengthy and expensive legal...
| May 19, 2010
| 2:45 PM
An Arizona official is threatening to cut off Los Angeles' electricity supply in response to a proposed boycott over the state's new immigration law.
The Los Angeles City Council voted last week to boycott Arizona by suspending official travel there...
| May 24, 2010
One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there.
The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...
| Aug 11, 2010
| 11:57 AM
LOS ANGELES -- Kayaking, rafting and non-motorized boating could soon be allowed on the Los Angeles River.
Councilman Ed Reyes is behind the proposal.
He recently introduced a motion to establish a boating program.
He hopes the plan will help...
| Aug 9, 2011
| 8:14 AM
The long-awaited Paddle the Los Angeles River pilot program got off to a wobbly start Monday as two dozen civic leaders in hard hats and bulging life vests stepped into kayaks and pushed out through murky ripples in the Sepulveda Basin.
The group of...
| Dec 15, 2011
| 4:56 PM
Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich today called for a review of expenditures made by the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority -- the latest volley after three high-profile officials, including South Pasadena Councilman...
| May 23, 2011
| 4:28 PM
You can run from thousands of witnesses, but you can`t hide.
Los Angeles police have finally made in an arrest in the case of the brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at the Dodgers` home opener on March 31st.
“The attack on San...
| Feb 2, 2012
| 12:07 AM
LINCOLN HEIGHTS, Calif. (KTLA) -- Two young women were recently murdered in the Lincoln Heights area, and now the city is offering two $50,000 rewards for the arrests of those responsible.
Residents gathered together to march through the neighborhood...
| Aug 13, 2007
Darn those gophers. They are the reason, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said, that his irrigation system gushed instead of dripped and made his water usage soar far above comparable homeowners' in his former Mount Washington neighborhood. The little...
| Jul 6, 2008
For more than a generation, great cities in the American West have sought to repossess, regain or even re-create the rivers that run through them. San Antonio vaunts its 60-year-old Riverwalk as Texas' foremost tourist attraction. Dallas takes pride in...
| Jul 29, 2007
Re "Giuliani, the federalist candidate," Opinion, July 25
Republican presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani is right on the money. So many issues that should be solved at the state level have been captured...