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  • Santa Anita agrees to host Oak Tree meet for one last time

     
    Frank Stronach, the chairman of MI Developments, which controls the Santa Anita racetrack, offered Tuesday at a meeting of the California Horse Racing Board to allow the Oak Tree Racing Assn. to hold its autumn meeting one last time at......
  • Federal grand jury indictment names L.A. toy company execs in money laundering scheme

     
    A federal grand jury indicted a Los Angeles toy company and three of its executives for allegedly laundering millions of dollars for Mexican and Colombian drug cartels in a scheme that "cleaned" money when the firm exported Teddy bears and......
  • Datebook: Events, classes, exhibits for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. L....
  • Mutant cactuses prized by collectors

     
    Some look like brains. Others look like pythons, alluvial fans, coral outcroppings or stretch waistbands. They're known as crests, and they're a high point in what's billed as the nation's largest cactus and succulent show, to be held this weekend at...
  • How much does your city council make?

     
    City council members in Vernon, Compton and Inglewood receive significantly higher compensation than most of their counterparts in Los Angeles County, according to a Los Angeles Times review of salary figures. Council members in the industrial city of...
  • Federal officials launch probe of fatal California 200 accident

     
    Federal authorities announced Monday that they were launching a review of the accident that killed eight people at the California 200 off-road race. The Bureau of Land Management has jurisdiction over the land where the race occurred and issued a......
  • The Dry Garden: More drought ahead?

     
    We’ve been getting mixed messages about whether or not we need to conserve water. On one hand, we had a decent local rain year. Last week, the state Legislature pulled a water bond from the November ballot that would have driven statewide conservation.....
  • Football: More receivers compete for No. 1

     
    I've said for months that the receiver position is the strongest individual position in Southern California this season, and even more top receivers keep emerging. Taylor Lagace from Arcadia is a junior receiver-free safety who made 13 receptions for 156....
  • Twenty indicted in fake marriage, drug trafficking scheme

     
    Twenty people were indicted by federal authorities in a scheme in which foreigners allegedly used sham marriages to obtain green cards to further a drug dealing operation, authorities said Wednesday. Dubbed Operation Paint it Black, the 19-count grand...
  • 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...
  • Club News: LC Juniors visit Santa Anita Park

    Club News: LC Juniors visit Santa Anita Park
    Racehorse owner and La Cañada Junior Women's Club member Sarah Keh recently hosted "A VIP Behind the Gates Party" at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. In attendance were Nancy, Todd and Brendan Hempstead, Shannon and John Peterson, Janine and Matt Purdy,...