LA Daily News
How best to buy an election in L.A. County: Editorial
What's the right amount of money for a candidate to spend on a race for office? Well, the amount that wins the contest with the least dollars spent per affirmative vote, obviously.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
KABC-AM Los Angeles
a Townhall Meeting: The Big Quake Threat is Real.
Talkradio 790 KABC, the US Geological Survey and CalTech present an important broadcast: A Townhall Meeting: The Big Quake Threat is Real.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The LookOut news
Plans for Direct Train Connection from Santa Monica to East L.A., Long Beach Move Forward
A six-year $927.2-million plan to connect Downtown Santa Monica to East Los Angeles, Long Beach and Pasadena by rail moved forward Tuesday when Metro staff recommended a contractor to the County agency's board.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
NBC Los Angeles
Pursuit Driver Ends Up in Car Wash Bay
Southern California is notorious for its police pursuits. Recent months have seen a remarkable assortment of chases, from the infamous "money toss," to the man huffing on colorful balloons as police close in, to the pink-hoodied driver who sprinted from a getaway car while talking on her cell phone.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Julain Ramirez Focused, Not Taking Rodriguez Lightly
Even before his January 24th bout against Derrick Wilson, Julian Ramirez seemed to have one way to fight in his previous fights: Press forward and land punches until his opponent goes down.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
East LA deputy-involved shooting: Suspect in custody after standoff
A suspect has been taken into custody after a deputy-involved shooting that led to an armed standoff in East Los Angeles.
NBC Los Angeles
East Los Angeles Deputy Involved Shooting, Barricade
Investigators from Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Internal Affairs Bureau are investigating the circumstances that led up to a deputy involved shooting just before Crystal Hernandez said.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
LA Doctor Charged With Drug Trafficking, Money Laundering
A Los Angeles-based doctor surrendered Thursday to federal authorities after being indicted on charges that he had illegally distributed drugs, including painkillers that are considered to be powerful and addictive.
Temple City Tribune
New county supes - New leadership soon
It's no secret. Los Angeles County is huge. And following this year's elections, it will also have new leadership.
DUB Magazine president: Millennial car buyers 'hippies with technology'
Myles Kovacs is not a certified engineer. Nor is he an automotive executive. But the 40-year-old DUB Magazine president and co-founder gave a unique, intellectual keynote into his life and the U.S. automotive industry Thursday at the 2014 SAE World Congress.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Deputy Injured After Patrol Car Crashes Into Another Vehicle
A sheriff's deputy was injured Monday after his or her patrol car crashed into another vehicle in East Los Angeles.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Pedestrian hit, killed by Metrolink train in East LA
Investigators are looking into the death of pedestrian who was struck and killed by a Metrolink train in East Los Angeles.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
NBC Los Angeles
Lead Levels at Battery Plant Prompt Blood Tests
The lead emissions at a decades-old lead smelter operated by Exide Technologies Inc., which crushes and recycles used automotive and industrial batteries, are among the highest in the south-central U.S. Nearby residents expressed their concerns at a meeting Tuesday night over a battery plant reopening after it was found to have spewed toxins.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
REVIEW: Standing-room-only for Las Cafeteras' Esperanza debut
The buzz around this folkloric East Los Angeles band was palpable moments before its Esperanza Peace & Justice Center debut on Wednesday evening.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
The Backyard Punk Scene Is Alive And Well In East LA [PHOTOS]
Drive down the back streets of East Los Angeles on a Friday night, and you may hear 300 or 400 teenagers shouting, thrashing, and partying to the beat of a fast-kicking bass drum.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Five Feminist Poems for National Poetry Month: 1. "The Hawk"
"Poets are some of feminism's most influential activists, theorists, and spokeswomen; at the same time, poetry has become a favorite means of self-expression, consciousness-raising and communication."
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Photos: At Rose Hills cemetery, plotting the right feng shui
For most of its 100-year history, Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier has attracted customers reflecting the region's diverse history.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Ventura County Star
Investigation of alleged drug sales at Simi Valley bar leads to 2 arrests
Officers made two arrests, concluding a five-month investigation involving alleged drug sales at a Simi Valley bar, authorities said Friday.
NBC Los Angeles
LA Deputies Demanded Sex From Female Trainees: Lawsuit
A group of tattooed male deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department who called themselves the "Banditos" allegedly sexually harassed female trainees and demanded sexual favors as part of initiation, according to a report by NBC News .
TV: Four to cwtch up for tonight
Planning a quiet Friday night in front of the box? Cathy Owen is and here's her pick of the best of what's on, including the last in the series of Stella and the Ab Fab Joanna Lumley talking to Will.i.am With Graham Norton on a break until next week, Carr is the undisputed king of the sofa for at least one week.