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'Bird Box' and other movies boost local production 5% in fourth quarter, report says
Los Angeles County film and TV production increased 5% in the fourth quarter, as movies such as the popular Netflix thriller “Bird Box” opted to film locally, according to data released Wednesday.
Southland Gas Prices Drop To Lowest Amount Since January 2018
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County dropped today to its lowest amount since Jan. 22, 2018, falling seven-tenths of a cent to $3.287, the 22nd consecutive daily decrease.
Widow of murdered California camper files $90 million lawsuit: report
A California woman, whose husband was fatally shot last year while he was camping with their two daughters at Malibu Creek State Park, filed a $90 million lawsuit against Los Angeles County and the state for what she alleges was their failure to warn the public about a string of shootings in and aro
Jeanie Buss “almost certainly would prevent” Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka from firing Luke Walton in-season
As the Los Angeles Lakers prepare to take on the Chicago Bulls, speculation about the job security (or potentially lack thereof) of Luke Walton is reaching a point of maximum saturation. Walton reportedly could be coaching for his job on Tuesday night, as ridiculous that might sound given that the t
Lonzo Ball showed he can carry the Lakers, now they just need him to do it more often
LOS ANGELES — Before the Los Angeles Lakers took on the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night, Lonzo Ball had to warm up, just like he does before every game. But something was different on Tuesday evening. Ball was cashing almost every shot he took. From different spots around the 3-point line. Pull-ups a
Series of winter storms to usher in coldest air of season
(CNN) – A series of storms will dash across the country beginning Thursday, dropping a mixed bag of wintry weather and leaving in their wake the coldest temperatures of the season.
LA County to Prohibit Landlord Discrimination Against Section 8 Families
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to spend $5 million to prevent housing discrimination, including drafting an ordinance to prohibit landlords from denying renters who use Section 8 vouchers.
L.A. School Board Member Breaks Ranks to Support Striking Teachers, Blames Beutner as District Losses Mount
The teachers strike is happening because of Superintendent Austin Beutner and School Board policy of not contradicting him publicly during the negotiations, according to L.A. Unified School Board Member Scott M. Schmerelson.
Again honoring the grave of the son of a great liberator
Days the welcome rain-laden clouds hang low over the San Gabriels — such a beautiful sight from our offices here in workaday downtown Pasadena — recall to me the youthful days I actually spent a lot of time hiking those mountains, growing up across the street from the National Forest in Altadena.
Cavs star Kevin Love says he was with LeBron James when Kyrie Irving called
Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving reportedly called ex-Cleveland Cavaliers teammate and now Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James after his team lost to the Orlando Magic, and, for some reason, the Cavs’ Kevin Love was there to witness it, according to Joe Vardon of The Athletic.
12 steps to danger: How alcoholics anonymous can be a playground for violence-prone members
This is what happened when Karla met an AA old-timer with a violent past. In the spring of 2011, Karla Brada Mendez finally seemed happy. She was 31 and in love, eager to move ahead on the path to maturity – marriage, a family, stability. She had a good job in the customer-service department of a la
Car Slides Into Ravine | Man Sentence For Stabbings | OC Today
LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:. First, 80% of his body was burned in a house fire. Then, he was diagnosed with a neuromuscular disease. But with determination, he survived.
Actor and Comedian Walks 500 Miles, Sleeps Outside to Fight Homelessness
To highlight the needs of homeless people, Irish actor and comedian Francis Cronin is traveling from San Francisco to Los Angeles, one small step at a time. He's raising money for a Southern California charity on L.A.'s Skid Row, and he's sleeping outside on each night of his long journey, which has
Fundraiser Set to Support Jazz 'n Paz in Pasadena
Jazz ‘n Paz will hold its First Semi-Annual Toast and Jam Champagne Brunch Fundraiser on Jan. 26, at a private residence in Pasadena. The fundraiser will help Jazz ‘N Paz, the seasonal monthly series produced through the collaboration of Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church (NUUC) and Performa
Don’t believe your windshield wipers: Despite storms, Southern California water conservation is still needed
As rain continues to pelt Southern California, signs of an abundance of or even too much water are everywhere: Roads are flooded, reservoirs are filling and the wait time for Radiator Springs Racers at the damp Disneyland Resort has been less than a half hour.
Bulls rally back to stop Lakers fans from getting free tacos
The Bulls may have lost to the Lakers on Tuesday night, but they won the bigger game that was going on. They stopped Los Angeles fans from getting free tacos. Here's the breakdown: The Lakers have an ongoing promotion this season with Jack In The Box which states, per the promotion, "When the Lakers
Robert Durst defense: Evidence could be ‘game over’ for heir
LOS ANGELES — New York real estate heir Robert Durst is charged with one count of murder, but will have to defend himself in three killings at trial later this year in California.
Kyle Kuzma Commends Luke Walton For Doing ‘Great Job’ Coaching Lakers Through ‘Adversity’
After growing with the Los Angeles Lakers young core through his first two seasons as head coach, expectations and pressure on Luke Walton dramatically changed for the 2018-19 campaign.
Billboard tells LA teachers they’ll save $1,000 per year if they quit their union
President of The California Policy Center Will Swaim is trying to convince Los Angeles teachers to leave their unions and recoup their membership dues instead of continuing the strike.
School choice must prevail in California
The outcome of the strike launched this week by United Teachers Los Angeles is surely being closely watched by unions, school districts, taxpayers and parents across the state and across the country. There’s certainly plenty at stake, not the least of which is the fiscal stability of the second-larg