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Planning a granny flat in Alhambra? Here's what to know about the city's new rules

Alhambra gave initial approval to new regulations for so-called granny flats that should help preserve the character of the city's residential neighborhoods, city council members said Monday. The City Council voted 5-0 Monday to approve the city's new "accessory dwelling unit" ordinance. The ordinan


Duo Charged With Murder Of Montrose Woman To Face Judge Today

MONTROSE, CA - Two alleged gang members charged with the murder of a 67-year-old Montrose woman will face a judge Thursday to determine if there's enough evidence to move forward with a trial. Devon T. White, 20, of Lynwood and James Wesley Trotter "Mini Man," 21, of Long Beach each pleaded not guil

PATCH - 2017-11-16 18:11:35

More grocery stores? That's a sign of a growing economy

There are lots of ways to tell when an economy is recovering. The obvious one is jobs. When you see more jobs opening up - whether it's jobs at high-end tech firms or the local coffee shop - that's an indication that things are getting better. Another hopeful sign is when businesses begin investing

PASADENA STAR-NEWS - 2017-11-17 18:37:35

Serena Williams Marries Alexis Ohanian

Just last week, the 23-time Grand Slam winner kicked off the wedding festivities with a bachelorette party in New York City Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Serena Williams is a married woman. The tennis all-star tied the knot with Alexis Ohanian, her Reddit co-founder beau of two years, in front of their

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-11-17 14:53:57

Radio DJ Helen Borgers, Leading Voice Of Jazz In LA, Dies At 60

On air, Borgers, who had a booming voice and an easy laugh, explored both legends and up-and-comers, according to reports. LONG BEACH, CA - Drive-time radio personality who was a leading voice of jazz in Los Angeles, Helen Borgers, has died following surgery for a tumor, it was reported Friday. She

PATCH - 2017-11-17 17:10:18

Before & After: Couple use their DIY chops to open up their gloomy Craftsman

Matt Gourley and Amanda Lund wanted their 1947 Craftsman house to feel like a curated time machine. Instead, it just felt old and bland. The DIY enthusiasts, both actors and podcast hosts, saw the potential of their three-bedroom Pasadena home when they purchased it in 2015. But the load-bearing wal

LA TIMES - 2017-11-17 14:30:00

Come plan the vision for the Arroyo Seco Saturday

I've been touting the One Arroyo vision that the city of Pasadena is working on creating - how we can improve access to what Mayor Terry Tornek has called the region's "best over-loved natural resource," with so many competing users and opinions on how the many uses of the Arroyo Seco can be better

PASADENA STAR-NEWS - 2017-11-17 14:00:45

1 Dead, at Least 4 Others Injured After Pedestrians Struck in Crash Involving Deputy in Boyle Heights Area

One person was killed and at least four others were injured when several pedestrians were struck during a multivehicle crash involving a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy Thursday night in the Boyle Heights area, authorities said. Five pedestrians were struck, one fatally, The crash occ

KTLA.COM - 2017-11-17 03:59:06

Lumberton woman charged with robbing Family Dollar, Dollar General stores

LUMBERTON - Police have charged a woman with robbing two Family Dollar stores and a Dollar General in Lumberton. Tyra Watson, 18, was arrested Thursday and charged with three counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon. She also is charged with one count of larceny that is unrelated to the robberies,

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER - 2017-11-17 16:36:39

Matters Store Gives Gift of Comfortable Sleep

Inspired to help in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, a local business owner created a nonprofit organization to fill a basic unmet need. To date, the Dreams 4 All Foundation has delivered more than 200 mattresses to needy families. "People don't realize how many there are in our community who are disp


Should you watch the Christmas parade on WTVD or WRAL? This guide may help you decide.

There's been some controversy surrounding Saturday's Raleigh Christmas Parade, with WRAL losing its contract for official sponsorship to rival WTVD - and then vowing to broadcast the parade anyway. It's a move that has caused considerable heartburn for those at the Greater Raleigh Merchants Associ

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-11-17 18:00:00

Live Wire: How can we make these phone calls stop other than just hanging up?

Questions and answers of general interest and consumer topics. Q: We keep getting calls from multiple sources saying, "This is - - - calling from a recorded line. Can you hear me?" We know enough not to answer yes. But if anyone says something like "No" or "What do you want?" the caller says nothing


Live WIre: The pilots that fly the president, are they military or civilian?

Questions and answers of general interest and consumer topics. Q: The pilots that fly the president, are they military or civilian? How do they qualify to fly the president? - J.L., Hope Mills A: The pilots are Air Force officers who are reportedly hand-picked for the job. Air Force One is operate

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER - 2017-11-16 07:00:00

Live Wire: Which restaurants are open on Thanksgiving Day?

Q: Which restaurants are open on Thanksgiving Day? - C.P., Fayetteville A: A few Fayetteville area restaurants will serve their spin on the traditional holiday meal. This isn't a full list. If you know of other places that will be open on Thanksgiving, including those in the greater-Fayetteville are


'Bud' Taylor posthumously receives Small Business Excellence Award

The community efforts of David "Bud" Taylor, who picked up the reins of the D.K. Taylor Oil Company from his father, were recognized Thursday night when the Methodist University School of Business presented him with a posthumous Small Business Excellence Award. With Taylor's distraught wife, Deborah

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER - 2017-11-17 03:17:57

Bill Kirby Jr.: Colvin says he'll take mayoral oath from congressman

Congressman G.K. Butterfield will administer the oath of office to Mayor-elect Mitch Colvin when the Fayetteville City Council is sworn in on Dec. 4 at J.W. Seabrook Auditorium on the Fayetteville State University campus. "I worked with him during Sen. Kay Hagen's campaign against Sen. Thom Tillis a

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER - 2017-11-17 23:23:52

Wabbaseka gets grant for sewer rehab

The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission recently announced the approval of a grant, in an amount up to $90,000, from the Water, Sewer and Solid Waste Fund to Wabbaseka, according to Commission Chairman Don Richardson. Approval is contingent upon the town establishing and maintaining a 6 percent de


Arkansas Teen's Prize Buck Missing

CARLISLE, Ark. - A local family is looking for their son's big buck. The police department says the teen shot the deer seen in the photo over the weekend. They were going to mount the head and had it outside their house. Next thing they knew, it was gone. The police department says they don't k


Entergy Promotes Considine to Customer Service Post

Michael Considine of Entergy Arkansas is taking over as director of customer service for the investor-owned electric utility's central region in Little Rock, where he will oversee engineering, customer service and distribution for Pulaski, Saline and Lonoke counties. Considine, an Arkansas Business

ARKANSAS BUSINESS - 2017-11-16 16:07:00

Tax Hikes Approved by Central Arkansas Voters

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Tax hikes have been approved by voters in five Central Arkansas cities. Ballots were cast in special elections on Tuesday in Pulaski County (Jacksonville, Sherwood and Bayou Meta), Conway, Lonoke and Alexander. The issue before voters in Pulaski County's Grey Township was a measu