| Jun 10, 2011
| 1:31 PM
SANTA ANA (KTLA) -- Sentencing was postponed Friday for a former Orange County Sheriff's deputy on a drunk driving charge because he appeared to be drunk in court, officials say.
Allan James Waters, 37, of Laguna Niguel was taken into custody after a...
| Jun 22, 2011
| 3:05 PM
We do not need more bars in downtown Huntington Beach ("ABC officials approve license," June 9). Our crime and DUI rates are off the charts. The taxpayers have to pay for the law enforcement costs. So, why did these folks protest the license? It's not...
| Aug 31, 2011
| 8:46 PM
SANTA CLARITA (KTLA) -- Health officials are warning residents in Santa Clarita after the discovery of a rabid bat at a school.
There have been eight rabid bats found so far, including the discovery at the unnamed school.
According to officials, eight...
| May 27, 2009
These are recommended sources for blueberries and closely related wild fruits. Unless otherwise specified, they sell fresh southern highbush blueberries. Seasons depend on nature and may change.
* Biotta Swiss organic wild bilberry juice, wine-like and...
| Sep 28, 2009
| 4:33 PM
Reader reaction was generally favorable to a front-page Times story Friday on home loan applications increasing as average interest rates for 30-year mortgages fell below 5%. But a couple of brokers complained that the article omitted some crucial points....
| Apr 8, 2009
LAGUNA NIGUEL -- It's an annual summer ritual that draws thousands to Orange County. But, now the city of Laguna Niguel is cracking down, trying to eclipse the summer 'Amtrak Mooning' event.
The 30-year-old tradition began as a barroom bet among...
| May 14, 2009
Spring is here, and you want something new to wake up your taste buds and impress friends, but you want to do it with a dish that's easy to make.
For just such a recipe, we turn to the new chef in town: executive chef Christian Clair at The Ritz-Carlton,...
| Dec 11, 2008
He is one of those well-paid technocrats who makes sure things run smoothly, someone few people have heard of but so many depend on. Then something happens, and that cloak of invisibility disappears.
For David R. Solow, that moment occurred Sept. 12,...
| Dec 23, 2008
Most legislative bodies operate by majority rule: Get more votes than your opponents, and you win. It works that way with legislation, and in most of the democratic world it works that way when adopting the annual budget, a political body's most vital...
| Sep 22, 2008
After a slightly longer hug than usual, Nathalie Anyakpor's father left her in a dorm room at UCLA this weekend, with the teenager admitting to feeling "totally weirded out" at being on her own for the first time in her young life.
Then the pre-med...
| Oct 15, 2008
THE "Worth It? Not Worth It?"(Oct. 8) article by Russ Parsons and Amy Scattergood about the kitchen equipment they consider a good value prompted more than 100 responses at latimes.com/food and in e-mail. Many readers took issue about whether toasters and...