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  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links,......
  • Suspected security breach at LAX briefly delays some passengers [Updated]

     
    Passengers at an LAX terminal were briefly delayed Tuesday when security officials feared a man might be carrying an explosive package, law enforcement sources said. The man had passed his luggage through a scanner and left the area, officials. Moments......
  • Man convicted of hate crime in attack on bus rider he thought was gay

     
    A Los Angeles man was convicted of a hate crime and battery Tuesday for attacking a man he believed to be gay at a downtown bus stop. Johnny Rene Serrato, 35, pleaded no contest to a hate crime and misdemeanor......
  • D.A. Steve Cooley won't run for 4th term; he endorses deputy district attorney Jacquelyn Lacey

     
    Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley said Tuesday that he would not run for a fourth term as the county's top prosecutor, ending intense speculation as a crowded field of candidates vies to succeed him. Cooley had remained coy......
  • San Diego area Rep. Duncan Hunter criticizes Navy's decision to name ship for Cesar Chavez

     
    U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) disagrees with the Navy's decision to name a cargo ship under construction in San Diego for California farm labor leader Cesar Chavez. The decision, announced Tuesday, "appear[s] to be more about making a political...
  • Oprah's finale: Subdued, serious, deeply touching

     
    “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” one of the most popular and influential productions in television history, came to an end Wednesday after 25 years with its iconic host using her last hour to talk directly to viewers about values, beliefs and matters...
  • Metro warns of possible delays on trips to Tournament of Roses

     
    The stormy weather is causing transportation officials to warn about possible weather-related delays on the light-rail service to the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl. “When the land is so soaked, that loosens trees and they can fall on the right-of-ways,”.....
  • Gold Line having delays between Pasadena, East Los Angeles

     
    A rain-related power outage is causing delays on the Gold Line light rail between Pasadena and East Los Angeles, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said. A section of the Gold Line suffered a power outage Saturday night, and trains were being......
  • BWI's last sub-zero reading: February 1996

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Sure it’s cold. But it’s been much colder in Maryland. The record low for Baltimore in December is minus-3 degrees F, set Dec. 30, 1880. The all-time record here is minus-7 degrees, reached on five dates in......
  • Daily linkage -- first to some stuff on our site

     
    First, here's Rob Kasper's review in today's Live! section of the Inner Harbor's new Kona Grill. Here's David Zurawik's interview with Duff Goldman, in which the Charm City Cakes owner and Food Network personality talks about his post-"Ace of Cakes"......
  • Luis Sanchez, a top aide to L.A. school board president, will run for open seat on panel

     
    Luis Sanchez, a city commissioner and top aide to school board President Monica Garcia, announced plans Thursday to run for the Los Angeles Board of Education. Sanchez, 35, is vying for the District 5 seat, hoping to succeed Yolie Flores,......