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  • Fire extinguished under 210 Freeway bridge

     
    Firefighters extinguished a fire Monday in a space often occupied by the homeless under the 210 Freeway near Lakeview Terrace and Sunland. Firefighters responded to a call at 5:33 a.m. of smoke under the western terminus of the Tujunga Wash......
  • Teacher's body found in Angeles National Forest

     
    A Southern California elementary school teacher missing for a week has been found dead at the bottom of a bridge in the Angeles National Forest. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a news release that a search-and-rescue team......
  • Mourning for teacher found dead in forest

     
    A teacher whose body was found underneath a bridge in the Angeles National Forest appears to have committed suicide, authorities said Monday as students and teachers at his school mourned his death. The body of Rigoberto Ruelas was found Sunday......
  • New pediatric trauma center to serve Valley children

     
    A new pediatric trauma center is scheduled to open Monday in Northridge, offering more rapid treatment to children with life-threatening injuries, and increasing their chances of survival. The new center at the Northridge Hospital Medical Center in the...
  • A developing power

    LA.'s own "soft revolution" is, for the present, colored bright orange -- the color of Home Depot's nearly ubiquitous logo. By a 12-1 majority, the City Council last week took the highly unusual step of denying the desire of the home-improvement...
  • Where's the rose between his teeth?

    LAST WEEK, I got a phone call from a television news producer who asked me what Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's extramarital affair revealed about the nature of Latino political leadership. I told her I'd agree to be interviewed on air only if we could...
  • Police chief fetes finest

    DOWNTOWN GLENDALE — Glendale Police Department's finest were honored Thursday for acts of bravery, exemplary skills and in-depth investigations that led to multiple arrests. Hundreds gathered inside the Hilton Glendale for the 15th annual...
  • Police arrest 2 groups

    NORTH GLENDALE — Police are investigating whether fo ur Tujunga residents and four Los Angeles residents arrested this week are responsible for a string of burglaries in the city's northern neighborhoods. On Sunday, Glendale police arrested...
  • Officials to mull rail station in valley

    DOWNTOWN — High-speed-rail officials next week are slated to consider signing off on four alternatives for a single station in the San Fernando Valley, including a possible stop near Bob Hope Airport. Representatives of the California High-Speed...
  • Supervisor wants pot clinics banned

    County officials on Tuesday are slated to hear Mike Antonovich's proposal. By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich is seeking a ban on medical marijuana clinics in unincorporated areas, including the...
  • Latest Southland Storm Fizzles Out Quickly

    Latest Southland Storm Fizzles Out Quickly
    LOS ANGELES -- Light rain fell across Southern California Tuesday, where the ground is still saturated from last weeks series of storms. The rain was not enough to cause any major problems. The rain started falling early afternoon and by about 6 p.m. was...