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From the Archives: 1958 fog closure of Los Angeles International Airport | Los Angeles Times From the Archives: 1958 fog closure of Los Angeles International Airport
This photo by staff photographer John Malmin appeared in the Jan. 30, 1958, Los Angeles Times. The image won best metropolitan spot news photo of the year in the California-Nevada Associated Press competition. A story in the Los Angles Times on Jan. 30, 1958, reported on the fog: Fog threw a 1,000-foot-deep...
Los Angeles Times | October 20, 2017
LAPD Is Arresting Increasing Numbers of Homeless in Gentrifying Neighborhoods | LAWeekly LAPD Is Arresting Increasing Numbers of Homeless in Gentrifying Neighborhoods
“The report lays out for all eyes to see that there is an integral relation between gentrification, development and criminalization of the poor and houseless people,” says Pete White, executive director of the L.A. Community Action Network.
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
Grand Central Market's 100th Birthday Party Is Next Week | LAWeekly Grand Central Market's 100th Birthday Party Is Next Week
A 100-layer cake and 13,000 balloons are part of the festivities.
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
GOP Don Quixote: Obscure politician seeks obscure statewide office | My News LA GOP Don Quixote: Obscure politician seeks obscure statewide office
There are some statewide government elected offices that are a bit obscure and some hopeful politicians with little name recognition. And what if we add to that mix the fact that one neophyte politician is a Republican challenging a Democratic incumbent in California where Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans? And don’t forget that no Republican currently […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Fanatics! We Must Take Happiness Where We Can Find It. Hopefully You Find Some Here | LAWeekly Fanatics! We Must Take Happiness Where We Can Find It. Hopefully You Find Some Here
This Sunday on KCRW, Henry is back with music from The Damned, Ulaan Markhor, The MC5, The Misfits and more.
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
Prepare for Historic Heat | LAWeekly Prepare for Historic Heat
Summer just won't leave us be. The National Weather Service is forecasting record heat for Los Angeles beginning Sunday and lasting through Tuesday, which could be the hottest day of the wave. Temperatures in some areas will surpass 100, and nights will not provide a lot of cooling, according to...
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
Pomona woman expected to plead not guilty in space tech smuggling case | My News LA Pomona woman expected to plead not guilty in space tech smuggling case
A Pomona woman accused of plotting to smuggle space and military technology to her native China is expected to plead not guilty Friday to federal charges. Si Chen, also known as Cathy Chen, allegedly bought and exported components commonly used in military communications jammers and for space communications, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Chen, […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Mariah Carey’s LA mansion burglarized; $50,000 worth of sunglasses, purses stolen | My News LA Mariah Carey’s LA mansion burglarized; $50,000 worth of sunglasses, purses stolen
Mariah Carey is the latest celebrity to have her Los Angeles home burglarized. The celebrity news website TMZ.com reported that the singer’s Los Angeles mansion was hit up for $50,000 worth of purses and sunglasses — no jewelry. The Los Angeles Police Department declined to confirm any burglary investigation involving Carey. TMZ quoted authorities as […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Bannon speaking at California Republican Party Convention | My News LA Bannon speaking at California Republican Party Convention
Former White House chief strategist and senior counselor Steve Bannon will be the keynote speaker Friday evening at the opening dinner of the California Republican Party’s 2017 fall convention in Anaheim. “Steven Bannon is not shy about taking on the establishment on behalf of hard-working Americans,” California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte said. “He is […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
High winds, hot, record-setting temperatures return to Southland | My News LA High winds, hot, record-setting temperatures return to Southland
Gusty winds Friday will buffet much of the Southland, where record-setting high temperatures are expected early next week, forecasters said. The winds expected Friday and Friday evening result from a tightening northerly pressure gradient, according to a National Weather Service statement. And early next week, “strong high pressure and a weak to moderate Santa Ana […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
2 teens killed in speeding crash on road used for Long Beach Grand Prix racetrack ID’d | My News LA 2 teens killed in speeding crash on road used for Long Beach Grand Prix racetrack ID’d
Authorities Friday identified the second of two 19- year-olds killed when a car swerved around another vehicle and crashed on a section of Shoreline Drive used as the Long Beach Grand Prix track. The crash occurred about 10:45 p.m. last Saturday in the 600 block of Shoreline Drive, said Long Beach police Lt. Tim Olson. […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Anacleto Rapping, Los Angeles Times photographer and Anacleto Rapping, Los Angeles Times photographer and "my best friend for 30 years."
Anacleto Rapping, photographer, photography, photojournalism, Yosemite, Brooks Institute, Nelson Mandela, apartheid, South Africa, USA Women's soccer, Ocean's Eleven, Don Cheadle, Oscars, Academy Awards.
Los Angeles Times | October 20, 2017
Truck driver charged in fiery Palm Springs tour bus crash, 13 dead | My News LA Truck driver charged in fiery Palm Springs tour bus crash, 13 dead
The driver of a truck that was rear-ended by a tour bus in a Palm Springs freeway crash that killed 13 people and injured 31 others was arrested Thursday on vehicular manslaughter charges for allegedly logging too many driving hours and falling asleep at the wheel. Bruce Guilford, 51, of Covington, Georgia, was charged Wednesday […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Cold case murder mystery solved: Florida inmate admits killing Santa Ana dentist | My News LA Cold case murder mystery solved: Florida inmate admits killing Santa Ana dentist
A 67-year-old Florida prison inmate, who is already serving time for a 1987 murder in that state, pleaded guilty Thursday to a murder in Orange County and was immediately sentenced to another 15 years to life in prison. Steven Wyvern White on Thursday admitted killing 79-year-old Dr. Cedric Horn, a semi-retired dentist of Santa Ana […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Swastika tattooed con admits violent, racially motivated attack in Fullerton | My News LA Swastika tattooed con admits violent, racially motivated attack in Fullerton
A 41-year-old Fullerton man who has a swastika tattoo on his right shoulder and a prior mayhem conviction pleaded guilty Thursday to punching a man while yelling a racial slur in Fullerton and was immediately sentenced to a year in jail. Tyson Theodore Mayfield pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of violating a victim’s civil […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Los Angeles Dodgers headed to World Series! | My News LA Los Angeles Dodgers headed to World Series!
The Los Angeles Dodgers won their first National League pennant since 1988 Thursday evening, defeating the Chicago Cubs, 11-1, at Wrigley Field to win the National League Championship Series four games to one. Kike Hernandez hit three home runs, including a third-inning grand slam, to lead the Dodgers 16-hit attack. Hernandez and Justin Turner were […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
OCFA denies ‘slow response’ allegations over Canyon Fire 2 | My News LA OCFA denies ‘slow response’ allegations over Canyon Fire 2
Orange County Fire Authority officials Thursday strongly disputed a retired sheriff’s deputy’s allegations that the agency was slow to respond to a report of flames in the area where the Canyon Fire 2 erupted less than 24 hours later in the Anaheim Hills. The OCFA also denied that the flames reported on Oct. 8 led […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies | Los Angeles Times California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies
Deadly wildfires in Northern California that destroyed or damaged nearly 10,000 homes have set off a contentious debate over something seemingly unrelated: immigration. At the center of the dispute are the top cops of Sonoma County and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who have been sparring...
Los Angeles Times | October 20, 2017
Death of Baby Covered in White Powder Investigated by LAPD Child Abuse Unit | LAWeekly Death of Baby Covered in White Powder Investigated by LAPD Child Abuse Unit
The mysterious death of a baby found covered in white powder yesterday was being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department's Abused Child Section, an official there said. He referred further questions to the LAPD's Media Relations unit and disconnected a phone call. The 2-month old was found covered in...
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
A Guide to the Best Dia de los Muertos Events Throughout L.A. | LAWeekly A Guide to the Best Dia de los Muertos Events Throughout L.A.
Día de los Muertos is a Latin American holiday that's also a huge part of SoCal's own cultural heritage. Dating back to pre-Columbian Aztec culture, the Day of the Dead is a celebratory way to honor the departed, and officially takes place on November 2. But here in L.A. where...
LAWeekly | October 20, 2017
Steve Bannon uproar at GOP Anaheim convention: Republican civil war, anti-Trump protests | My News LA Steve Bannon uproar at GOP Anaheim convention: Republican civil war, anti-Trump protests
Controversy comes to the Republican state convention in Anaheim Friday night as President Trump’s ex-right wing political lightning rod Steve Bannon delivers the gathering’s keynote speech. Bannon, who has returned to heading up conservative website Breitbart News, is expected to draw anti-Trump demonstrations outside the convention, but he’s also created a battle among Californi
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Cocaine crazed cop killer: LAPD officer trapped by her speeding SUV | My News LA Cocaine crazed cop killer: LAPD officer trapped by her speeding SUV
A Pacoima woman who was under the influence of cocaine when she killed an LAPD motorcycle cop with her SUV faces 15-years-to-life in prison when she is sentenced Oct. 30 for the death of the officer who had dedicated his career to fighting drunken driving. Qaneak Shaney Cobb, 37, pleaded no contest Thursday in Van […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Dodgers finally do it! Almost three decade delay for this World Series | My News LA Dodgers finally do it! Almost three decade delay for this World Series
The Los Angeles Dodgers are headed to the World Series after they won their first National League pennant since 1988. The team Thursday evening defeated the Chicago Cubs, 11-1, at Wrigley Field to win the National League Championship Series four games to one. Enrique Hernandez hit three home runs, including a third-inning grand slam, to […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
In California, a battle brews over the ‘future and soul’ of college Republicans | Los Angeles Times In California, a battle brews over the ‘future and soul’ of college Republicans
UC Irvine senior Ariana Rowlands is buddies with Milo Yiannopoulos, the right-wing provocateur who has sparked campus uproars over free speech. She writes for Steve Bannon’s Breitbart News. And she is unapologetically combative in campus culture wars. Leesa Danzek, a USC graduate, works for a centrist...
Los Angeles Times | October 20, 2017
Nazi swastika ex-con race-based attack in Fullerton: Guilty! | My News LA Nazi swastika ex-con race-based attack in Fullerton: Guilty!
A 41-year-old Fullerton man who has a Nazi swastika tattoo on his right shoulder and a prior mayhem conviction pleaded guilty Thursday to punching a man while yelling a racial slur in Fullerton and was immediately sentenced to a year in jail. Tyson Theodore Mayfield pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of violating a victim’s […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Tons of trouble for Covina driver: Wild cop chase, alleged attack on victims in car | My News LA Tons of trouble for Covina driver: Wild cop chase, alleged attack on victims in car
A Corona man accused of hitting a couple’s car and then fleeing from Riverside police, leading officers on a pursuit through two cities before surrendering, pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony evading and other charges. Genaro Raya, 32, was arrested on Sept. 11 after the 20-minute chase that ended in Corona. Along with the evading […]
My News LA | October 20, 2017
Taste of Soul 2017 Preview | Los Angeles Sentinel Taste of Soul 2017 Preview
Taste of Soul 2017 promotion video. Taste of Soul is the largest one day street festival in California. Produced by Bakewell Media The post Taste of Soul 2017 Preview appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
NBA star’s ex-con brother robbed pot pushers at posh Newport resort | My News LA NBA star’s ex-con brother robbed pot pushers at posh Newport resort
The ex-con brother of retired NBA player Tayshaun Prince could be sentenced to 25 years in prison after he was convicted of robbing marijuana dealers twice at the posh Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach. Thomas Lamarr Prince, 40, of Anaheim, is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 15. Prince was convicted Wednesday of four […]
My News LA | October 19, 2017
2017 Taste of Soul StarQuest singing competition auditions | Los Angeles Sentinel 2017 Taste of Soul StarQuest singing competition auditions
The 2017 Taste of Soul StarQuest singing competition auditions held at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza featured celebrity and professional judges and all-star talent from the South L.A. community. Taste of Soul is the largest one day street festival in California. Produced by Bakewell Media or The post 2017 Taste of Soul StarQuest singing competition auditions appeared first on Los Angeles Sent
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Dead baby, naked mom, little girl all covered in mystery white powder | My News LA Dead baby, naked mom, little girl all covered in mystery white powder
An unconscious mom, her little girl and her dead baby were all found naked and covered in a mysterious white powder Thursday morning in the parking lot of a South Los Angeles market. Believed to be 1 to 2 months old, the baby girl was pronounced dead at the scene, said Capt. Michael Rimkunas of […]
My News LA | October 19, 2017
No world worries in Pasadena as 100th Rose Queen named | My News LA No world worries in Pasadena as 100th Rose Queen named
La Salle High School senior Isabella Marie Marez will be the 100th Rose Queen riding down Pasadena streets on a New Year’s flower-covered float. The 18-year-old Marez was chosen Wednesday night from among the seven-member Tournament of Roses Royal Court. Marez is a leadership service commissioner at her school and a youth ministry leader. Marez […]
My News LA | October 19, 2017
Portable restrooms fight homeless dread disease hepatitis A | My News LA Portable restrooms fight homeless dread disease hepatitis A
A Los Angeles City Council committee approved a plan for the city to consider a system of portable restrooms to address the recent outbreak of Hepatitis A. Councilman Mike Bonin recently introduced a motion calling on the city to explore the option, and the Homelessness and Poverty Committee approved it unanimously. “Without access to the […]
My News LA | October 19, 2017
A San Francisco slaying that Trump used in illegal immigration campaign goes to trial | Los Angeles Times A San Francisco slaying that Trump used in illegal immigration campaign goes to trial
A jury has been selected for the murder trial of a Mexican man whose case set off a national debate over U.S. sanctuary cities and immigration during last year’s presidential campaign after he was accused of shooting and killing a woman on a popular San Francisco pier. Six women and six men were...
Los Angeles Times | October 19, 2017
Go Metro to Taste of Soul 2017 to Enjoy Delicious Food, Live Music and Local Crafts | Los Angeles Sentinel Go Metro to Taste of Soul 2017 to Enjoy Delicious Food, Live Music and Local Crafts
Festival-goers can take the Metro Expo Line to the Expo/Crenshaw Station The post Go Metro to Taste of Soul 2017 to Enjoy Delicious Food, Live Music and Local Crafts appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
More Regulations For Unsafe Oil Drilling Site in South L.A. | Los Angeles Sentinel More Regulations For Unsafe Oil Drilling Site in South L.A.
South Los Angeles environmental activists and advocates are celebrating after the City Planning Department mandated stronger protections for oil drilling sites in their community. The post More Regulations For Unsafe Oil Drilling Site in South L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
BOE Member Jerome E. Horton Honored at 18th Annual Asian Small Business Expo   | Los Angeles Sentinel BOE Member Jerome E. Horton Honored at 18th Annual Asian Small Business Expo  
The Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program (API SBP) honored Board of Equalization Member Jerome Horton at the 18th Annual Asian Small Business Expo on October 14 for his support of Asian business owners and for empowering California entrepreneurs to minimize the burdens of taxation, create jobs, and grow sustainable businesses in California.  The post BOE Member Jerome E. Horton Honored a
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Los Angeles Community College District Applauds Governor Jerry Brown in Signing AB 19, | Los Angeles Sentinel Los Angeles Community College District Applauds Governor Jerry Brown in Signing AB 19,
The California College Promise passed the State Legislature with bipartisan support. The post Los Angeles Community College District Applauds Governor Jerry Brown in Signing AB 19, appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Crenshaw Defeats Dorsey in Front of Home Crowd | Los Angeles Sentinel Crenshaw Defeats Dorsey in Front of Home Crowd
After two years of defeat, the Crenshaw Cougars prevailed victorious with a 33-14 win over the Dorsey Dons. The post Crenshaw Defeats Dorsey in Front of Home Crowd appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre Break Ground on New Building for Their USC Academy | Los Angeles Sentinel Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre Break Ground on New Building for Their USC Academy
With the newest addition to USC’s campus being a permanent home for the Iovine and Young Academy, students will continue to transform the status quo of the arts landscape The post Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre Break Ground on New Building for Their USC Academy appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017
NAEJA Highlights Public Education at Annual Banquet | Los Angeles Sentinel NAEJA Highlights Public Education at Annual Banquet
NAEJA focused the event on the community’s role in improving public education The post NAEJA Highlights Public Education at Annual Banquet appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.
Los Angeles Sentinel | October 19, 2017