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  • Record Number of Volunteers Turn Out for Coastal Cleanup

    Record Number of Volunteers Turn Out for Coastal Cleanup
    LOS ANGELES -- A record number of people volunteered at local beaches Saturday for California's annual Coastal Cleanup Day. Volunteers picked up track at a number of state beaches, including at least 60 sites in L.A. County. About 14,131 people...
  • Gatherings

    Senior living options seminar The La Caņada Thursday Club will present "A Pathway to the Future — a Seminar on Senior Living Options," from 2 to 4 p.m. May 27 at its clubhouse, 4440 Woodleigh Lane, La Caņada. The seminar is free of charge and is...
  • Moore reacts to 'Fahrenheit' box office

    It plays well in Peoria, and that's the most important thing for Michael Moore, whose "Fahrenheit 9/11" became the most successful documentary in history on Sunday. "The numbers have certainly surprised me and surprised everyone," says Moore in his first...
  • In a chokehold

    In a chokehold
    Southern California's environment is fast approaching the tipping point as an onslaught of foreign plants overwhelms efforts to protect the region's natural landscape. In Los Angeles County, authorities warn that nonnative plants, including pampas grass,...
  • Hidden treasures rediscovered in Tujunga

    Wow factor The unpretentious community, between north Glendale and Sunland, has been a secret hideaway since its air quality started attracting asthmatics in the 1920s. Even Clark Gable and movie mogul Cecil B. DeMille kept idyllic homes here in the...
  • Bridges Remain Key Quake Risk

    Although the state has made great strides in protecting its own bridges from earthquakes, hundreds of bridges maintained by cities and counties across California remain unfixed. A Times review of state and county records found that nearly 600 bridges and...