1 hr ago
Delay in opening Westwood luxury movie theater
Turns out that the old Avco multiplex on Wilshire Boulevard has all sorts of asbestos issues that need to be dealt with, which means that the six-screen iPic Entertainment complex is in a holding pattern.
5 hrs ago
Surge in bike thefts
When the Calvert family moved out of their Payran Street home and into a new residence on South McDowell Boulevard last week, they knew they had to make some adjustments to living in a busier part of town.
11 hrs ago
911 Calls -- Published May 24, 2013
Assault with a deadly weapon: A 37-year-old woman suffered a non-life-threatening injury when she was shot in the face after interrupting a burglary in her home shortly after midnight Thursday in the 1200 block of East Flora Street.
15 hrs ago
KFMB-TV San Diego
Driver jumps median and slams into oncoming traffic
A man visiting San Diego from overseas was killed after driving into oncoming traffic on a busy Encinitas road on Thursday night.
Thu May 23, 2013
Police search for suspected car thief
Later, the driver hit another car on Palm Avenue near the Interstate 805 and continued driving.
Now Open: Twist Eatery in Hancock Park
At Twist Eatery , the new bakery cafA© that opened on La Brea Boulevard this past Monday, the menu covers Morocco, California and the Mediterranean, in the form of sandwiches, bowls and salads.
The Jewish Journal
Two restaurants drop RCC after Doheny scandal
Less than two months after a private investigator videotaped the owner of Doheny Glatt Kosher Meat Market allegedly bringing unsupervised animal products into his store, two local kosher restaurants have dropped the Rabbinical Council of California as their glatt kosher certifier.
Lennar joins housing rush into downtown Redwood City
Lennar Multifamily Investors LLC has filed an application to build a 179-unit apartment project in Redwood City, the latest in a string of proposals that could bring nearly 1,200 housing units to the downtown.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Daily Democrat
Cities build sprawling network of bike lanes
Bicyclists ride through the intersection of Sycamore Lane and Russell Boulevard in Davis using the designated bicycle stop light.
DISNEYLAND: Park encourages car-pooling to 24-hour all-nighter
The resort is offering a special souvenir button to annual pass-holders who carpool to the Monstrous Summer All-Nighter that takes place between 6 a.m. May 24 and 6 a.m. May 25.
Contra Costa Times
In 'game changer,' Walnut Creek council OKs downtown apartments
These soon-to-be-newcomers will literally be able to step outside their door and line up for a Lesher Center production or cross the street to McCovey's for a plate of chicken wings.
NBC San Diego
Suspect Tries to Hide on Roof
Just after midnight Wednesday, officers responded to the 7800-block of La Mesa Boulevard for what was reported as street fighting.
Tue May 21, 2013
Lack of French restaurants?
Bouchon in Yountville is only one of three French restaurants to make the Top 100 this year.
Mon May 20, 2013
San Bernardino: Blackout affecting 15,200 homes, businesses
A power failure has cut electricity to 15,254 homes and businesses centered in the Del Rosa area of San Bernardino, according to Southern California Edison's website.
Long Beach opening Harvey Milk Promenade Park
The public is invited at 11 a.m. Tuesday for the grand opening of Harvey Milk Promenade Park at Third Street and The Promenade.
FARRELL'S:Will soon open near Knott's Berry Farm
The Pig's Trough, one of Farrell's signature desserts from the 1970's, is coming to a Farrell's near Knott's Berry Farm.
LA Daily News
Stranded Swedish family of seven heading back home, thanks to Carson...
A stranded Swedish family of seven, made penniless by airfare changes due to a family emergency, should be on its way home today, Sunday, May 19, 2013, thanks to sheriff's deputies and reservists sympathetic to their plight.
Sun May 19, 2013
Ventura County Star
Power pole falls after crash near Santa Paula, officials say
The California Highway Patrol responded about 6:30 p.m. to reports of two men fleeing from a crash in the 17800 block of South Mountain Road, officials said.
Dozens Flock To Hawthorne Store For Powerball Tickets
Several dozen people Saturday lined up outside a Hawthorne liquor store to purchase tickets for the much-anticipated Powerball drawing.
Fri May 17, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Walnut Creek council to decide Tuesday on central downtown housing/retail project
The Walnut Creek City Council is set to decide Tuesday on the fate of 1500 California, a project that calls for 141 apartments and nearly 18,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space in two six-story buildings.