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  • Hong Kong-style coffee shops in Southern California

    There are so many Hong Kong-style coffee shops in the San Gabriel Valley that devotees usually gravitate to one that makes a favorite comfort food the way they like it. But we love the following restaurants for distinctive personalities and food that sets...
  • Sources for kumquats and hybrids

    On the trail of kumquats Recommended sources for kumquats and kumquat hybrids. For times and locations, see our farmers market list. Beck Grove / La Vigne Organics (Helene and Robert Beck), Fallbrook. Organic and biodynamic Nagami kumquats, kumquat...
  • Southland transit is in need of big ideas

    Southland transit is in need of big ideas
    The traffic in L.A. bites -- you know that. The question is: What are we going to do about it? Are we going to continue down our current path, pouring money into gridlocked streets and freeways, bickering endlessly about our pathetic urban rail system?...
  • Sourcebook 2008: California national parks

    Find out about historic and scenic sites as well as programs, fees and directions to California's national parks, monuments and recreation areas: Alcatraz Island, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Fort Mason, B201, San Francisco, CA 94123; (415) 561-...
  • The L.A. 'village' that raised Hillary Clinton's mother

    She was only 8 years old. Her mother had lost custody of her in a divorce. And her father was putting her and her 3-year-old sister on a train from Chicago to Los Angeles -- by themselves, without adult supervision. It took three days to reach their...
  • Flaws in California's English-language programs place students in jeopardy, threaten state's economic future, study finds

     
    Nearly 60% of English language learners in California’s high schools have failed to become proficient in the language despite more than six years of a U.S. education, according to a study released Thursday. In a survey of 40 school districts,......
  • Man dies in apparent suicide in downtown Alhambra

     
    A man in his 40s died Sunday after apparently jumping from an Alhambra parking structure near a movie theater, authorities said. Officers responding to reports of a possible suicide at a multi-level parking lot adjacent to the Edwards Alhambra...
  • In Depth: Cities make joint efforts

    DOWNTOWN — Faced with multimillion-dollar budget deficits brought on by spiraling revenues and escalating employee costs, Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena are considering consolidating a wide range of services and programs to save money. Early...
  • Officials mull another layer to 710 tunnel talk

    LOS ANGELES — County transportation officials today will consider creating a community advisory committee for the proposed 710 Freeway tunnel extension while beefing up the environmental study process. Opponents of the proposed tunnel extension...
  • Free Hazardous Waste Collection

    Gayle Anderson was live in Palmdale for "FREE HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION." Did you know that disposing of oil and paint improperly can be devastating to a community? In fact, one gallon of motor oil, the amount of a typical auto oil change, can pollute...
  • United Commercial Bank Seized by Government

    United Commercial Bank Seized by Government
    LOS ANGELES -- United Commercial Bank, which had 13 branches locally in Los Angeles County and three in Orange County, has failed and was seized by government regulators. The bank's branches will reopen Saturday under the new control of East West Bank....