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  • Donald S. Maxwell dies at 83; media executive helped Woodbury's move to Burbank

    Donald S. Maxwell dies at 83; media executive helped Woodbury's move to Burbank
    Donald S. Maxwell, a retired financial executive who helped guide the Los Angeles Times and its former parent company, Times Mirror, through periods of unprecedented expansion, died Wednesday at his home in La Habra Heights. He was 83 and had pancreatic cancer, the Los Angeles Times reported.
  • Murder case against tennis umpire is dropped

    Murder case against tennis umpire is dropped
    From the beginning, the death of professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman's husband was beset by contradictions. When Alan Goodman, 80, was found dead in April at the couple's Woodland Hills condominium, paramedics noticed a suspicious cut to the side of...

    Spinning a love story at Warner Bros.

    Spinning a love story at Warner Bros.
    Boot camps before meetings? Yoga classes at lunch? Workouts near or at work are convenient and efficient. But if you happen to be employed at Warner Bros. in Burbank, there's more to it than accessibility. On Fridays when the sitcom "Mike & Molly" isn'...

    Amanda Bynes cited for driving with suspended license near Bob Hope Airport

    Amanda Bynes was cited Sunday morning for driving with a suspended driver license, and her car was impounded, police officials said. Bob Hope Airport police spokesman Victor Gill said Bynes was pulled over at 8:20 a.m. She was not detained and no details...

    Students write essays to see Proposition 8 play in Woodland Hills

    Students write essays to see Proposition 8 play in Woodland Hills
    The price of admission to last weekend's play at El Camino Real Charter High School was anything but typical. Then again, neither was the play. Students had to submit essays describing their views on gay marriage. The play, "8," dramatizes the 2010 trial...