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  • Libertyville bars will remain open late

    Libertyville bars will remain open late
    Bar owners and employees crowded Libertyville's board room recently, trying to persuade officials to back off a plan that would have forced bars to close an hour earlier. After giving preliminary approval to the plan at their last meeting,...
  • Rauner says probe shows Quinn part of 'broken culture' in Springfield

    Rauner says probe shows Quinn part of 'broken culture' in Springfield
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn today defended his $55 million anti-violence program now under scrutiny by a Cook County grand jury, saying he is not going to turn his back from public safety needs in Chicago and other urban areas. The Democratic...
  • La Cañada editing local filming ordinance

    The city of La Cañada Flintridge is editing its local filming ordinance, most recently discussing the matter with stakeholders Monday in a Public Safety Commission meeting. Administrative staff, in an attempt to accommodate concerned citizens, pro-...
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  • L.A. building inspector convicted in bribery will keep city pension

    L.A. building inspector convicted in bribery will keep city pension
    A veteran Los Angeles building inspector sentenced last month to prison in an FBI corruption case will continue to receive a yearly pension of more than $72,000, according to a high-level retirement official. Samuel In, 66, pleaded guilty last year,...
  • Coastal Commission reopens fight over L.A. beach curfew in Venice

    Coastal Commission reopens fight over L.A. beach curfew in Venice
    The state Coastal Commission has quietly revived the long-running fight over an overnight beach curfew in the city of Los Angeles. In an April 9 letter, Andrew Willis, a commission enforcement analyst, asked the city Department of Recreation and Parks...
  • Owner of dogs that chased deer into Arundel school cited

    Owner of dogs that chased deer into Arundel school cited
    The owner of two dogs that chased deer into an Anne Arundel County school and caused thousands of dollars in damage has been cited by Animal Control. Alice McCormick of Lothian was issued 11 citations for the two dogs, including allowing dogs to run free...
  • O'Malley takes aim at deportations

    O'Malley takes aim at deportations
    Gov. Martin O'Malley announced Friday that the Baltimore City Detention Center will no longer automatically honor requests from the federal government to hold immigrants for deportation — making the state-run jail one of a relative handful in the...
  • Bloomberg's The Wrong Guy To Lead Gun Safety Push

    Please, Mr. Bloomberg, leave the checkbook open, but step away from the podium. Your efforts to curb gun violence and improve firearms safety are notable. The National Rifle Association thanks you. For years, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg...
  • Obama calls on Homeland Security to ease deportations

    Obama calls on Homeland Security to ease deportations
    WASHINGTON — Under orders by President Obama to enforce immigration laws "more humanely," Homeland Security officials are focusing on at least two major policy changes that would slow the pace of deportations of immigrants in the U.S. illegally....
  • LAX officials outline improvements to emergency plans

    LAX officials outline improvements to emergency plans
    Los Angeles airport officials on Tuesday told a City Council committee that improvements in training, communications and emergency management are on the way in the aftermath of November's deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport. The...