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  • Body Found Buried In Backyard, Man Arrested For Murder

    EL MONTE (KTLA) -- A man who led police to the buried remains of a body in El Monte is under arrest for murder. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's department, the man walked into the Alhambra Police station on Friday and told officers they...
  • Guest Column: The case against building the 710 Freeway tunnel

    At the May 11 meeting of the California Transportation Commission in Los Angeles, the Commissioners heard a Caltrans update on the so-called “SR-710 Gap Closure Project.” This proposed project would extend the 710 (Long Beach) Freeway from its...
  • Travel deals

    'Exotic Asia' experience Stand at the bridge over the River Kwai during Ritz Tours' comprehensive "Exotic Asia" tour of the continent's southeast. In Thailand, you will experience Phuket's exotic beaches and Bangkok's rich culture; in Hong Kong, the...
  • At the Kitchen, meet dinner

    At the Kitchen, meet dinner
    "LOOK!" my friend Joy whispers. Our party of seven has just settled in at the Kitchen, a new Hong Kong-style Cantonese restaurant in Alhambra, the Southern California outpost of the original spot in Millbrae, Calif. I knew that the Kitchen up north was...
  • Inola Henry dies at 66; teacher and California Democratic activist

    Inola Henry dies at 66; teacher and California Democratic activist
    Inola Henry, an educator, teachers union leader and longtime Democratic Party activist on the local, state and national levels, died July 26 at her home in Los Angeles. She was 66. The cause was a heart attack, according to her son, Carl. Henry was well...
  • Annette Haddad dies at 46; real estate reporter for The Times' Business section

    Annette Haddad dies at 46; real estate reporter for The Times' Business section
    Annette Haddad, a Business section reporter for the Los Angeles Times who covered the volatile Southern California residential real estate market, has died. She was 46. Haddad died Wednesday at her home in Pasadena of complications from ovarian cancer,...
  • Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California

    Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California
    The integration of Southern California's suburban communities continued apace into the second half of the decade, driven by steadily growing numbers of Latinos and Asians moving into middle-class neighborhoods, according to detailed census data released...
  • Letters to the editor

    LAX snafu hints at larger problem Re "Customs blamed for clog at LAX," Aug. 14 In 40 years of studying computer reliability, I have not seen more apparent incompetence than the 10-hour search for "a faulty hardware switch" at LAX on Aug. 11. Fault-...
  • Where to find quince

    Where to find quince
    Where to find quince Here are some places to buy quince fruit, trees and products. Gonzaga Farm (Ronnie and Tess Gonzaga). Pineapple quince grown in Lindsay, Calif., at the Alhambra, Cerritos, Buena Park, Long Beach Southeast, Long Beach Uptown and...
  • This week: Fresh bamboo shoots, habanero peppers, lychees, peaches, apples

    This week: Fresh bamboo shoots, habanero peppers, lychees, peaches, apples
    Fresh, domestically grown bamboo shoots are hard to find in California, but Yao Cheng Farm grows an acre of them near Camarillo and sells at the Monterey Park, Alhambra, Irvine and Thousand Oaks farmers markets. After being boiled for 15 minutes to...
  • At the Santa Monica Pico farmers market: kiwis, dates, Fuyu persimmons

    At the Santa Monica Pico farmers market: kiwis, dates, Fuyu persimmons
    The Santa Monica Pico farmers market on Saturdays has a lower profile than the big Wednesday venue on Arizona, but it's an excellent market in its own right. It's in an attractive location, the recently renovated Virginia Park, and it's substantial in...