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  • Tidelands committee holds its first meeting

    Newport Beach's Tidelands Management Committee announced Wednesday during its first meeting that it is seeking applicants for its citizen's advisory panel. The non-voting citizen's panel could consist of up to seven members who live or work in Newport...
  • L.A. Unified accused of bullying in Miramonte student abuse cases

    L.A. Unified accused of bullying in Miramonte student abuse cases
    Attorneys representing a group of Miramonte students and parents responded aggressively to renewed pressure on their clients to settle abuse claims filed with the Los Angeles Unified School District. They accused the nation's second-largest school...
  • Prop 8: Woman in state's first same-sex marriage 'glad for everybody'

    Prop 8: Woman in state's first same-sex marriage 'glad for everybody'
    Phyllis Lyon smiled Wednesday morning as she made her way down the stairs inside San Francisco City Hall. The 88-year-old widow, half of the first same-sex couple to wed in California, joined state and city leaders to celebrate the Supreme Court's...
  • Prop. 8: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom avoids 'vindication' as he smiles

    Prop. 8: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom avoids 'vindication' as he smiles
    Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom doesn't like to use the word "vindication," he told a crowd of reporters Wednesday. It's the kind of term that can get an elected official in trouble. However -- and this is a great big however -- he sure was smiling Wednesday in...
  • Kamala Harris calls for same-sex marriages to resume 'immediately'

    California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris urged the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday to lift its stay and allow same-sex marriages to resume immediately. Wednesday's order by the Supreme Court instructs the 9th Circuit  to lift its stay on the...
  • Search continues for gunman who ambushed two LAPD detectives

    Los Angeles police continued to comb through forensic evidence and security camera footage Wednesday for clues in finding the gunman who ambushed two undercover detectives with a hail of bullets. Police said there have been no arrests since two burglary...
  • L.A.'s first married same-sex couple eats wedding cake to celebrate

    L.A.'s first married same-sex couple eats wedding cake to celebrate
    The first same-sex couple permitted to be married in Los Angeles County, Robin Tyler and Diane Olson, ate a celebratory piece of white wedding cake and cheered the Supreme Court decision that paved the way for gay marriages in California to resume....
  • Santa Monica activists rally to save post office

    Santa Monica activists rally to save post office
    Members of the Santa Monica Conservancy, a preservation group, plan to hold a rally at the city's post office at 5th Street and Arizona Avenue at 11 a.m. Saturday, the last day of its operation. The U.S. Postal Service announced a year ago that it would...
  • Federal appeals court is expected to wait on Prop. 8 action

    Federal appeals court is expected to wait on Prop. 8 action
    The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirmed it is likely to be at least 25 days before gay marriages can resume in California.  Just before noon Wednesday, California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris urged the federal appeals court at a news conference to...
  • Van Nuys aircraft mechanics school to receive $25,000 donation

    Van Nuys aircraft mechanics school to receive $25,000 donation
    Recently spared from closure, the popular aircraft mechanics school at Van Nuys Airport will receive a $25,000 donation this weekend to establish a scholarship fund for low-income students. The University of North Dakota Aerospace Foundation will...
  • Statue honoring WW II-era sex slaves coming to Glendale

    An 1,100-pound statue honoring hundreds of thousands of women taken as sex slaves by the Japanese Imperial Army decades ago is traveling by boat from South Korea and is just days away from arriving in Glendale. The memorial, like others on the East...