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  • Television production in L.A. region drops 15.6%; overall location shoots flat

    Television production in L.A. region drops 15.6%; overall location shoots flat
    Television production in and around Los Angeles has continued to slide, keeping overall production numbers flat in the most recent quarter, according to a report released Tuesday from FilmL.A. Inc. The nonprofit organization, which issues permits for Los...
  • Column: Bullet train could shoot down Brown's tax initiative

    Column: Bullet train could shoot down Brown's tax initiative
    The bullet train won't be on the November ballot, but it will be on many Californians' minds as they decide the fate of Gov. Jerry Brown's tax proposal. That's what I keep hearing from e-mailers such as Fred: "Many voters will not support Jerry's tax...
  • Bullet train faces new legal challenges

    Bullet train faces new legal challenges
    Central Valley farm groups filed a major environmental lawsuit Friday against the California bullet train project, while Orange County transportation leaders urged state officials to shelve the $68-billion proposal until improvements can be made to the...
  • Police search for suspect in North Hollywood stabbing death

    A North Hollywood man was killed in a fight with his roommate early Saturday, authorities said. Los Angeles police are searching for the suspect, Manuel Garcia, 21, who they say fatally stabbed his roommate, 68, in the 12900 block of Vanowen Street at...
  • Will the state Senate vote today to stop bullet train in its tracks?

    After nearly two decades of debate, the decision to move ahead on the California high-speed rail project will come down to a state Senate vote this afternoon that could be decided by one or two members. The Senate will have to accept an $8 billion...
  • Sherman leads Berman in USC poll of Valley voters

    A USC poll taken days before one of the hottest congressional primaries in the nation shows Rep. Brad Sherman leading fellow Democratic Rep. Howard Berman, 31.7% to 24%, with more than 23% of those surveyed saying they had not yet made up their minds....
  • Voters have turned against California bullet train, poll shows

    Voters have turned against California bullet train, poll shows
    A strong majority of voters have turned against the project just as Gov. Jerry Brown is pressuring the Legislature to green-light the start of construction in the Central Valley later this year, a major step in the plan to connect Los Angeles and San...
  • State gets a slew of film tax credit applications

    State gets a slew of film tax credit applications
    The California Film Commission was flooded with applications for the state's film and TV tax credit. The commission, which administers the state's film and tax tax credit program, said 322 projects had applied for the credit by the deadline at 3 p.m....
  • Dining review: Serving up Thai spices courtside

    Dining review: Serving up Thai spices courtside
    The inside of 40 Love Café feels like a food court, the outside just the tiniest bit like Wimbledon courtside. Within the Burbank Tennis Center, the café's interior is all large white floor tiles and pinkish walls, with the tables and white tubular...
  • Brown seeks to reduce environmental protections for bullet train

    Brown seeks to reduce environmental protections for bullet train
    With legal challenges to the California bullet train mounting, Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday began circulating proposed legislation designed to significantly diminish the possibility that opponents could stop the project with an environmental lawsuit....
  • Senate passes high-speed rail funding, which now goes to governor

    Senate passes high-speed rail funding, which now goes to governor
    The state Senate voted to fund California's ambitious high-speed rail project on Friday, handing a major victory to Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration. The $8-billion legislation will fund the project's first stretch, covering 130 miles from...
  • Primary 2012: Voters torn in battle between Berman-Sherman

    Primary 2012: Voters torn in battle between Berman-Sherman
    The hotly contested and expensive San Fernando Valley race between incumbent Democratic Reps. Howard Bermanand Brad Sherman has locals so torn over whom to vote for that one resident called the whole situation “a shame.” Redistricting has...