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  • Feds Nab Suspected 'Salt and Pepper Bandit'

    LOS ANGELES -- The FBI says it has arrested a man suspected of being the "Salt and Pepper" bandit. 49-year-old Brian Keith Robinson was taken into custody Wednesday without incident at a residence in Los Angeles, agents said. Robinson is suspected of...
  • February 3-March 11; Water Efficient Landscape Managment Classes

    The Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water Distrcit Presents: Water-Efficient Landscape Managment Classes; A California Friendly Landscape Workshop Series. Free classes in English and Spanish on topics such as irrigation and plant identificiation....
  • Walnut Fire Contained, 2 Firefighters Hurt

    Walnut Fire Contained, 2 Firefighters Hurt
    WALNUT -- Los Angeles County firefighters Tuesday made quick work of a brush fire in Walnut that burned about five acres and threatened several homes for a short time. The fire broke out about 5:30 p.m. in a West Covina basin, then ran up a ridge to a...
  • Around and About

    CLASSES Beginning Bridge Class — Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 7, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Community Center of La Caņada Flintridge offers Beginning Bridge to adults and seniors. Taught by a seasoned bridge player, Beginning Bridge offers an...
  • Former Sheriff's Deputy Voices New "Legalize Pot" Radio Ad

    Former Sheriff's Deputy Voices New "Legalize Pot" Radio Ad
    The campaign to legalize marijuana in California kicked off this week, just days after the initiative made the ballot, with a radio ad saying many law enforcement professionals know marijuana laws have failed and calling the measure "a common sense...
  • Saturday, April 24: Annual West Covina Cherry Blossom Festival

    The city of West Covina and the East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center present the Annual Cherry Blossom Festival from 12:00pm-6:00pm, in celebration of the cultural heritage unique to Japanese-American ancestry. Festivities will include...
  • Call us crazy; you'd be right

    MICHAEL Visbal's home is a three-bedroom, three-bath monument to denial. Perched near the top of Malibu's Serra Retreat — a Shangri-La where homes have names and plenty of breathing room — the smallish blue house with great big views sits...
  • To Teach, Give It Your All

    Bill Hoist was buried on a sunny Monday afternoon last month. On Tuesday, by coincidence, a group of students from Thomas Jefferson High trooped down to the Los Angeles school board to plead for more teachers with the will to push them. -----------------...
  • Like apples to emeralds

    Like apples to emeralds
    January is different in Southern California. While much of the country is frozen over, it's growing season here. Unscorched by the wan light of winter, fresh growth dusts the chaparral and woodlands. It's as if someone has been at the countryside with a...
  • The master of fusion

    The master of fusion
    The small, high-ceilinged dining room at Beacon has the unmistakable buzz of the restaurant of the moment. The staff is in constant motion, delivering little plates piled with skewers of grilled chicken dabbed with sour umeboshi paste and strewn with...