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  • Woman injured in North Hollywood house fire

    A woman was injured Wednesday morning when a massive house fire ripped through a North Hollywood home, authorities said. Firefighters arrived at the house in the 12400 block of Burton Street at 7:44 a.m. to find the one-story structure engulfed in...
  • Leader's court costs are $37,000 and rising

    City officials have yet to reach a decision on whether to appeal a court order to release individual employee bonus amounts, but the tab incurred by the Burbank Leader to obtain the information already stands at $37,000. Pending the outcome of a...
  • Commercial shoots in L.A. area reach record level

    On a sunny Monday afternoon near the Port of Los Angeles, a man straddling a mechanic’s red toolbox is wheeling down a street, struggling to maintain his balance as he turns a corner. A camera crew is filming the action as part of a shoot for oil...
  • California bullet train CEO, chairman stepping down

    California bullet train CEO, chairman stepping down
    The chief executive of the state’s high-speed rail agency resigned Thursday amid growing criticism of the $98.5-billion bullet train project and declining public support for the proposal. Roelof van Ark, 59, announced his departure in a major...
  • Prop. 8 sponsors are legally entitled to defend measure, court rules

    The California Supreme Court decided Thursday that the sponsors of Proposition 8 and other ballot measures are entitled to defend them in court, a ruling likely to spur federal courts to decide the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans. The state...
  • With Carl Benz Academy, Woodbury extends reach to China

    With Carl Benz Academy, Woodbury extends reach to China
    Woodbury University is extending its reach east, helping to launch a customized MBA program in Beijing that is designed to prepare automobile industry executives for a global economy. The Carl Benz Academy has launched a three-year pilot program in...
  • Man fatally shot outside Sun Valley nightclub

    Man fatally shot outside Sun Valley nightclub
    Los Angeles police are investigating a shooting outside a nightclub in Sun Valley early Sunday that left one man dead, authorities said. The shooting occurred shortly after 2 a.m. near the intersection of San Fernando Road and Vineland Avenue, police...
  • Man dies in water fountain at shopping center in Studio City

    Los Angeles police detectives have been sent to Studio City to investigate the death of a man found in a water fountain of a small shopping center early Friday. An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department’s North Hollywood station said the...
  • Push against redistricting maps moves forward

    Republican activists trying to overturn some new voting districts cleared a significant hurdle toward putting the issue on the ballot by turning in petitions bearing hundreds of thousands of signatures. But the next step — verification of those...
  • MTA bus, two vehicles collide in North Hollywood, two injured

    A collision involving an MTA bus and two vehicles in North Hollywood Friday morning left two men critically injured and four other people with minor injuries.  Paramedics were sent to the 12600 block of Sherman Way after a 9:12 a.m. call about the crash,...
  • American Airlines bankruptcy: 'Business as usual' for passengers

    American Airlines bankruptcy: 'Business as usual' for passengers
    The parent company for American Airlines, the nation's third largest carrier, filed for bankruptcy, citing high labor costs and a volatile economy. American Airlines, the largest carrier at Los Angeles International Airport, and a carrier at Bob Hope...
  • High winds blew down 400 trees in Griffith Park

    High winds blew down 400 trees in Griffith Park
    Los Angeles city crews on Friday were working to clean up debris and some 400 downed trees in shuttered Griffith Park, many of which had fallen on Roosevelt Municipal Golf Course. They said the park would likely be open by sunrise Saturday. Officials...