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  • Santa Monica's well-being index wins $1-million prize

     
    The city of Santa Monica on Wednesday was named one of five winning cities in the inaugural Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge and will receive a $1-million prize to help carry out its well-being project. City officials and researchers at Rand.......
  • Slight chance of rain for the region this weekend

    Slight chance of rain for the region this weekend
    The Los Angeles region could get a little rain over the weekend, but it probably won't affect anyone's day plans, according to the National Weather Service. Clouds will start rolling in Friday night, with a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms to...
  • When booing goes too far

    When is OK for you, at a college game, to boo your home team's starting quarterback for the simple act of entering a game? The correct answer is "never," but that didn't stop UCLA's unfaithful Saturday night at the Rose Bowl. Kevin Prince was forced...
  • For Halloween, rest of the week expect cooler temperatures

    Temperatures were expected to cool down Monday from the weekend, reaching the 70s along the coast, and the 80s inland, according to the National Weather Service. The cooler temperatures should prevail through Tuesday and warm up Wednesday. The end of...
  • Storm headed to Southern California

    Storm headed to Southern California
    Isolated showers will give way to a storm that is expected to hit Southern California late Friday night, the National Weather Service is reporting. Gusty southerly winds will accompany the storm, said meteorologist Curt Kaplan.   “It’s a...
  • Hundreds held in Occupy protests across nation

    Hundreds held in Occupy protests across nation
    Reporting from Los Angeles and New York -- Hundreds of people were arrested across the country Thursday in a series of sometimes confrontational street demonstrations protesting efforts to break up Occupy Wall Street-inspired camps. In New York City,...
  • Harold Reed Stevens Jr.

    Harold Reed Stevens Jr. Harold Stevens passed away on July 13, 2011 in Huntington Beach. Harold was born November 12, 1924 in Los Angeles to Mary Ruth Stevens and Harold Reed Stevens Sr. Harold was a gymnast and cheer squad member at Bell High School. He...
  • Sportsman of the Year a good sport

    There were many stories to tell about the man of the hour, Rick Neuheisel, Tuesday night. Certainly there was plenty of material for roasting, a requirement for the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year. Chris Roberts, the voice of...
  • 'Explosive' winds to whip up high fire danger

    'Explosive' winds to whip up high fire danger
    High wind and red flag warnings were issued Wednesday in anticipation of gusts that could reach 80 mph and create what a spokeswoman called “explosive” fire conditions in Southern California. Intense Santa Ana winds are expected to begin...
  • Students get 'wind day' as crews work to clear tree damage

    High winds forced several school districts and campuses throughout the San Gabriel Valley and L.A. area to cancel classes as power outages and fallen trees wreaked havoc into Thursday morning. School district closures include:     Alhambra Unified    ...
  • Thousands in San Gabriel Valley still without power

    Thousands in San Gabriel Valley still without power
    Crews continued Friday to restore power to thousands of residents in Arcadia and Temple City, two of the areas hardest hit by this week's record high winds. As of 7:17 a.m., more than 14,000 customers were without power in Arcadia, according to...