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  • Police issue alert seeking jewelry made by Joseph Gatto

    Police issue alert seeking jewelry made by Joseph Gatto
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. The Los Angeles Police Department has issued an appeal in its efforts to locate jewelry made by Assemblyman Mike Gatto's father, Joseph Gatto, who was shot to death in his Los Feliz...
  • Ken Ziffren to Replace Tom Sherak as L.A. Film Czar

    Veteran entertainment attorney Ken Ziffren will be named Los Angeles' next film czar, succeeding Tom Sherak, sources confirmed. Ziffren, who supported Mayor Eric Garcetti in last year's election, is considered to have the stature in entertainment and...
  • Sheriff cites confusion, glitches in search for missing patient

    Sheriff cites confusion, glitches in search for missing patient
    SAN FRANCISCO – Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi has revealed preliminary findings of an investigation into the disappearance of a San Francisco General Hospital patient who was found dead in an exterior stairwell of the facility more than two weeks later....
  • TNT Orders Missing Persons Series With A Social Media Edge

    Hot off the success of the net's first true crime effort "Cold Justice," TNT has greenlit "APB with Troy Dunn," an investigation series focused on locating and reuniting lost persons with their friends and family. Each episode will feature missing...
  • Cherie Currie Plays the Palace Theater in Stafford Springs

    Cherie Currie Plays the Palace Theater in Stafford Springs
    Cherie Currie (pictured) found fame as the lead singer of the pioneering all-female hard rock band the Runaways. Though the band only lasted four years before breaking up in 1979, Currie never stopped playing. Her latest album is a collaboration with Matt...
  • 2 fired, 2 suspended in CTA 'ghost train' crash

    2 fired, 2 suspended in CTA 'ghost train' crash
    Two CTA electrical workers have been fired and two other employees suspended as a result of a collision in September between a "ghost train'' that traveled on its own for almost a mile after leaving a West Side rail yard and struck a Blue Line train...
  • Union to CTA: Scrap Ventra until problems are fixed

    Union to CTA: Scrap Ventra until problems are fixed
    CTA employees are being “verbally attacked daily by angry riders’’ who are blaming them for problems with the new transit fare-payment system, the rail worker union’s leader said Thursday, calling on the agency to scrap Ventra...
  • Will an FBI Sting Stymie Efforts to Supersize California's Production Tax Incentives?

    As Sacramento was shaken by news of an "Argo"-esque FBI sting operation aimed at State Sen. Ron Calderon's support for film tax incentives, it raised concerns that it will make a planned push to expand the California credits all the more difficult....
  • Portugal reopens case of missing British girl Madeleine McCann

    Portuguese prosecutors on Thursday ordered police to reopen their investigation of the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the 3-year-old British girl who went missing from a resort in the Algarve, local and British media reported. British...
  • L.A. Film Czar to Create 'Informal' Industry Committee on Runaway Production

    Tom Sherak, the city of Los Angeles' new "film czar," said that he will gather a group of about 15 industry executives and workers to help create a strategic plan to address runaway production. Sherak, speaking at an event on Friday at Raleigh Studios...
  • With her new album and L.A. acclaim, Former Runaway Joan Jett proves she never left

    With her new album and L.A. acclaim, Former Runaway Joan Jett proves she never left
    Don't call "Unvarnished," Joan Jett's first new album in seven years, a comeback: The queen of noise has been here for years. For an artist whose first band was laughed off as a novelty act and whose first solo album was rejected by a couple dozen labels,...