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  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Federal Agents Help Investigate Massive Condo Fire in Alhambra

    ALHAMBRA -- Federal agents have been called upon to help investigate an explosive fire that destroyed a $4.5 million condominium complex under construction in Alhambra. The four-alarm fire broke out just before 10:50 p.m. Tuesday at North 3rd and West...
  • List of Schools Grows in Cookie Dough Warning

    LOS ANGELES -- Peanut butter cookie dough distributed as part of a fundraising activity at Southern California schools may be tainted with salmonella and is being recalled, it was announced Tuesday. The dough was distributed by Ontario-based Sweet...
  • Masked Gunmen Open Fire in Coffee Shop, At least 1 Dead, 6 Wounded

    SAN GABRIEL -- Police are searching for two masked gunmen who opened fire inside a San Gabriel coffee shop, killing one person and wounding six others, three critically, authorities said. The violence broke out at the Coffee House at 737 E. Valley Blvd....
  • 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...
  • 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-...