Tuesday Jul 22
The Planning Report
Bernstein on Community Planning Slow-Down and TOD Progress
Manager at the Office of Historic Resources, Principal City Planner at the LA Department of City Planning, and a former TPR editor-provides an update on the city's community planning process in light of the legal decision stalling the Hollywood Community Plan.
LA Daily News
Twin 14-year-old girls missing from Sylmar home
SYLMAR >> Police on Thursday sought the public's help in locating twin 14-year-old girls missing from their Sylmar home.
LA Daily News
Funeral arrangements set for Armando Villa, 19-year-old CSUN student who died during fraternity hike
Funeral arrangements have been announced for Armando Villa , a 19-year-old Cal State Northridge student who died last week while on a fraternity-sponsored hike in the Angeles National Forest.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Fraternity suspended after pledge dies during hike
A fraternity at California State University, Northridge, has been ordered to suspend all its activities while the school and sheriff's detectives investigate the death of a 19-year-old pledge on a hike, officials said.
San Fernando Sun
Arraignment Postponed for Property Owner Facing Charges for Fire in Converted Barn
The arraignment for criminal charges against Leonarda Duenez Aguilar, the property owner of a converted barn in Sylmar that caught fire, killing an entire family, was postponed this week.
San Bernardino County Sun
Dennis McCarthy: Some things about good teaching never change
It's been nearly four decades since Rose Horkin stood in front of a classroom of elementary school kids with a piece of chalk and a blackboard eraser in her hand.
Erika Endrijonas named new president of Los Angeles Valley College
VALLEY GLEN >> A college accreditation expert was named president of Los Angeles Valley College on Wednesday to turn around a campus now millions of dollars in the red and undergoing a state accreditation sanction.