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  • Four small, early morning earthquakes shake South Bay

    Four small, early morning earthquakes shake South Bay
    A series of small earthquakes shook the South Bay and Los Angeles Harbor on Friday morning, when temblors ranging from magnitude 2.2 to magnitude 3.0 struck off the coast before 5 a.m. It started with a magnitude 2.2 earthquake centered about 7½ miles...
  • Lawsuits target proposed rail yard for Los Angeles harbor

    Lawsuits target proposed rail yard for Los Angeles harbor
    Environmentalists and Long Beach officials are seeking a court order to stop the Port of Los Angeles from proceeding with plans to build a $500-million rail yard that could affect low-income neighborhoods nearby. The Natural Resources Defense Council,...
  • Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign

    Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign
    The top executive at the Los Angeles Transportation Department is stepping down, the latest to depart under Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the mayor's office told the Times. Jaime De La Vega, who had been a major influence on transportation policy...
  • Divers find victim after tractor falls into Terminal Island waters

    Los Angeles Fire Department rescue divers pulled a victim from murky waters off Terminal Island on Monday afternoon after a vehicle used to pull cargo plunged into the water. The utility tractor, a self-enclosed vehicle that looks like a big-rig cab,...
  • Longshoreman dies after vehicle falls into water at Port of L.A.

    Longshoreman dies after vehicle falls into water at Port of L.A.
    A longshoreman has died after a vehicle he was driving at the Port of Los Angeles plunged into murky waters, a port spokesman said Monday evening. The man was operating a utility tractor rig on a dock at the Evergreen terminal when it fell into the main...
  • Community & Clubs: New officers come in like Lions

    The Harbor Mesa Lions recently installed new officers in an ceremony held at the home of Lions Mike and Ann McIlroy. Harbor Mesa member and past District Governor Barbara Hayward officiated. The new officers are Cathy Waters, president; Eileen Jensen,...
  • Lillian Kawasaki dies at 62; L.A.'s first environmental affairs chief

    Lillian Kawasaki dies at 62; L.A.'s first environmental affairs chief
    Lillian Kawasaki, a veteran Los Angeles city administrator who spearheaded major initiatives to protect air and water quality as the first head of the Environmental Affairs Department, died of cancer Thursday at her home in Long Beach. She was 62. Her...
  • 'Veronica Mars' film wraps in L.A., and fans get a lot of credit

    Veronica Mars is closer to staging her comeback. The movie spinoff of the teen television drama — which recently made waves in Hollywood after creator Rob Thomas launched the biggest film fundraising campaign in Kickstarter history —...
  • L.A. City Council OKs ban on plastic grocery and carryout bags

    L.A. City Council OKs ban on plastic grocery and carryout bags
    Los Angeles on Tuesday became the largest city in the nation to move toward a ban on plastic grocery bags, with the City Council barring them in supermarkets, convenience stores and any big retailer that sells groceries. Nearly three weeks after a...
  • About George Mihaiu

    About George Mihaiu
    George is the president and founder of Fort Lauderdale Media Associates, Inc., and personally directs all the company's projects and publications. With 20 years of award-winning international custom publishing experience, in print and online, for...
  • Men's Soccer: Pirates, Vikings all tied

    COSTA MESA — Unlike what happened five days hence, Orange Coast College men's soccer coach Kevin Smith said he believed, on the field at least Tuesday night, his team got what it deserved. Days after a blanket probation was announced for violating...