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  • Damage from Southern California rains could top $60 million

     
    Damage from the storms that battered Southern California is expected to top $60 million. Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado declared a state of emergency Thursday for Los Angeles, Kings and Santa Barbara counties in response to the destructive rain, which caused.......
  • State of emergency declared in L.A. County as officials tally storm damage

     
    Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles, Kings and Santa Barbara counties in response to destructive rains this week. State of emergencies were already declared in Kern, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo and.....
  • Rains bring mudslide; wind and snow on the way

     
    The latest in a series of rainstorms moved through Southern California on Wednesday, leaving behind flooded roads and causing a major mudslide on a local freeway. Two lanes of the eastbound 91 Freeway near Green River Parkway were closed by......
  • Outposts looks back at 2010: Passings

     
    With the year ending, it is worth looking back at memorable posts of 2010. Each day this week through Friday, Outposts will recount some of the records broken, the achievements reached, the notable passings and the downright unusual during 2010......
  • East West Bancorp repays its debt to the Treasury

     
    Pasadena's East West Bancorp, the Chinese-American powerhouse, has repaid its more than $300-million slice of bailout funds from the U.S. Treasury. Several Southern California banks are still struggling even to make dividend payments on their...
  • Send us your windy day photos for Southern California Moments

     
    The winds have created a picture postcard day in L.A. Are you taking any beauty shots? Send us your post-storm photos for a new feature we're launching this weekend called Southern California Moments. If we like it, we'll spotlight it......
  • Boys' basketball: Thursday's scores

     
    TOURNAMENTS CATHEDRAL CITY Capistrano Valley 60, Thousand Oaks 52 Moorpark 69, Sultana 58 Viewpoint 60, Brawley 47 Torrance 55, Fairmont Prep 38 Villa Park 56, Dana Hills 45 Edison 68, Simi Valley 48 CENTURY San Juan Hills 68, Tustin 48......
  • Anne Francis — what a dame as ‘Honey West’

     
    If you're of a certain age, you probably remember "Honey West." The ABC private eye drama lasted just a season -- from 1965 to 1966 -- but Anne Francis won millions of fans as the beautiful, dynamic and expert detective....
  • On Sale: Freehand's handmade jewelry satisfies our 'custom' jones

     
    Freehand, the 30-year-old L.A. boutique that specializesin handmade American crafts and jewelry will be throwing its annual sale starting this Saturday, through Jan. 31 — in store and online. And the unique shop has some gorgeous one-of-a-kind jewelry...
  • The Loud Family, Seven Years After TV Series

     
    Jan. 6, 1980: Years before there was MTV’s “The Real World” (or MTV, for that matter), there was Craig Gilbert’s “An American Family,” the story of the Loud family of Santa Barbara, which aired on PBS in 12 one-hour episodes......
  • Consumer Electronics Show: Sonos and Rdio make music together

     
    Sonos, the Santa Barbara-based manufacturer of whole-home music systems, announced at the Consumer Electronics Show its plan to enable yet another subscription-music service to play through its devices: Rdio, a music-on-demand service that uses social...