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  • 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....
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Warner Bros. moves 'Great Gatsby' from 2012 to summer 2013

    Warner Bros. moves 'Great Gatsby' from 2012 to summer 2013
    Long buzzed about as an Academy Award contender, Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" won't be competing for any Oscars this season, as  Warner Bros. is moving the F. Scott Fitzgerald adaptation's release date from Christmas 2012 to summer 2013. It's the...
  • Prop. 8 campaign committee faces $49,000 in fines

    Prop. 8 campaign committee faces $49,000 in fines
    The campaign committee for Proposition 8, a 2008 ballot measure that banned same-sex marriage in California, faces $49,000 in fines for failing to properly report and handle political contributions it received. The fines are proposed by the enforcement...
  • Berman, Sherman clash continues to fall election

    Berman, Sherman clash continues to fall election
    Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman handily outdistanced their five little-known, underfinanced challengers in Tuesday's primary, ensuring that the high-spending, nationally watched showdown between two liberal Democratic congressmen will continue...
  • L.A.-area residents turn out to complain about helicopter noise

    Los Angeles residents, concerned about the noise from media and sightseeing helicopters flying low over their neighborhoods, turned out to complain to the Federal Aviation Administration on Monday night at a public hearing in Sherman Oaks. The FAA sought...
  • Netflix joins Redbox to defy Disney's new DVD policy

    Netflix joins Redbox to defy Disney's new DVD policy
    Netflix is joining Redbox in defying Walt Disney Studios' attempt to stop DVD rentals for four weeks after the discs go on sale. Disney recently decided not to provide its discs to the nation's largest rental companies until 28 days after they hit...
  • Mountain lion spotted in industrial area of Sun Valley

    A mountain lion was reported roaming in a commercial area Thursday night in the northeastern San Fernando Valley, police told The Times. A caller said the animal was behind a building in the 10900 block of Pendleton Street, near Sunland Boulevard,...
  • Berman enlists help from Barney Frank to dispute Sherman claims

    Berman enlists help from Barney Frank to dispute Sherman claims
    It seemed pretty remarkable: a prominent Democratic congressman excoriating a colleague of the same party in a conference call set up for reporters.  But this is, after all, California, which has produced an unusual, and increasingly nasty, race between...
  • FAA may crack down on noisy helicopters after residents complain

    FAA may crack down on noisy helicopters after residents complain
    Federal regulators and flight officials may soon crack down on noisy, annoying helicopters that hover over Los Angeles, carrying media, sightseers and other curiosity seekers. Several hundred residents from throughout Los Angeles County attended a public...
  • Environmental objections in path of bullet train

    Environmental objections in path of bullet train
    The California bullet train is promoted as an important environmental investment for the future, but over the next decade the heavy construction project would potentially harm air quality, aquatic life and endangered species across the Central Valley....