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  • Hudson Pacific buys 60% share of Pinnacle office complex in Burbank

    Hudson Pacific buys 60% share of Pinnacle office complex in Burbank
    Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. bought a 60% share of the $342-million Pinnacle office complex in Burbank from M. David Paul & Associates/Worthe Real Estate Group, bringing together two of Southern California’s biggest entertainment industry...
  • Bullet-train planners face huge engineering challenge

    Bullet-train planners face huge engineering challenge
    Civil War veteran William Hood arrived at the mosquito-infested swamps near Bakersfield in 1874 to build a rail line that would soar through the Tehachapi Mountains, linking the Bay Area and Southern California for the first time. Hood, Southern...
  • NBCUniversal cuts about 500 employees

    NBCUniversal cuts about 500 employees
    In a round of year-end belt tightening, NBCUniversal is cutting about 500 employees, or about 1.5%  of its total workforce. The cuts are distributed throughout the media company, which boasts nearly 30,000 employees, according to a person close to the...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: NBCUniversal announces layoffs, San Fernando shooting victim identified

    San Fernando Valley roundup: NBCUniversal announces layoffs, San Fernando shooting victim identified
    Good morning, readers. Today is Tuesday, November 13. NBCUniversal has announced that it will cut 500 employees – 1.5 percent of its total workforce. Los Angeles Times Authorities have identified the victim of a shooting in San Fernando Sunday...
  • High court delays decision in California gay marriage

    High court delays decision in California gay marriage
    The U.S. Supreme Court has pushed back by 10 days the date on which it will consider whether to review the issue of gay marriage in California, according to lawyers in the case. The court had been set to discuss whether to grant review of Hollingsworth...
  • Bullet train segment's completion date pushed back

    Bullet train segment's completion date pushed back
    The California High-Speed Rail Authority said Thursday that it was adding 12 months to the construction schedule for 130 miles of track in the Central Valley, easing what some outside experts have contended was an overly aggressive and risky timeline....
  • Scott Baio, siblings sell mom's Toluca Lake home for $3.15 million

    Scott Baio, siblings sell mom's Toluca Lake home for $3.15 million
    Siblings Scott, Steven and Stephanie Baio have sold their mother's Toluca Lake home at $3.15 million. The 11,075-square-foot house sits on more than a half-acre of gated grounds. The expansive master suite includes a sitting room, two fireplaces, a gym,...
  • 170 firefighters battle blaze at Valley Village apartment complex

    More than 170 firefighters battled a “major emergency” structure fire at a Valley Village apartment complex Wednesday, authorities said. Firefighters first were called out to the 5200 block of Bellingham Avenue around 10 a.m. for a fire...
  • Berman attacks Sherman over (legal) loans practice

    Berman attacks Sherman over (legal) loans practice
    Rep. Howard Berman, trying to come from behind in his fight with fellow Democratic Rep. Brad Shermanfor a San Fernando Valley congressional district seat, Monday slammed Sherman for having earned interest on loans he made to his campaigns over the years...
  • New law strengthens ban on public school fees

    New law strengthens ban on public school fees
    Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that strengthens the state constitution’s guarantee of a free public education by specifically banning all school fees related to educational activities. Such fees already were against the law, based on...
  • Agricultural pest is targeted in Santa Clarita Valley

    Agricultural pest is targeted in Santa Clarita Valley
    State agricultural officials have declared war on the Oriental fruit fly in the Santa Clarita Valley after five flies were trapped there over two days last month. The action is the first for the Santa Clarita area but is one of several in Southern...
  • California still hasn't bought land for bullet train route

    California still hasn't bought land for bullet train route
    Construction of California's high-speed rail network is supposed to start in just six months, but the state hasn't acquired a single acre along the route and faces what officials are calling a challenging schedule to assemble hundreds of parcels needed in...