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  • Bullet train's travel-time mandate adds to ballooning of costs

    California's proposed bullet train will need to soar over small towns on towering viaducts, split rich farm fields diagonally and burrow for miles under mountains for a simple reason: It has no time to spare. In the fine print of a 2008 voter-approved...
  • Film and TV shoots continue to fall in L.A.

    Film and TV shoots continue to fall in L.A.
    The holiday season is bringing little cheer to the local production economy: location shoots on the streets of Los Angeles fell across all categories last week, reflecting a continued slowdown in film activity during the fourth quarter. Location...
  • North Hollywood man wanted for murder is arrested by border patrol agents

    A North Hollywood man who attempted to cross the U.S.-Mexico border late Wednesday night was taken into custody after border patrol officers discovered he was wanted on suspicion of murder. Oscar E. Aguilera walked up to the Otay Mesa border crossing...
  • Home invasion robbers zip-tie man in Sherman Oaks

    Los Angeles police were looking Tuesday for two men suspected of posing as deliverymen and robbing a Sherman Oaks home. The men knocked on the door of the house in the 4900 block of Matilija Avenue and said they had a delivery to make. As soon as the...
  • $1.20 movie rental? Redbox-Warner deal expires

    Warner Bros.' deal with Redbox has expired with the two companies still at odds over how long consumers should wait to rent DVDs for $1.20 a night. As a result, kiosk rental company Redbox will have to buy Warner DVDs from retailers like Wal-Mart at a...
  • John D. Lowry dies at 79; innovative film-restoration executive

    John D. Lowry, an entertainment technology innovator who founded Lowry Digital Images, the renowned movie restoration company in Burbank that worked its magic by returning film classics such as "Casablanca" and "Star Wars" to their pristine state for...
  • L.A. County supervisor opposes Universal Studios housing plan

    L.A. County supervisor opposes Universal Studios housing plan
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky shot a torpedo at NBCUniversal's $3-billion "Evolution Plan," saying he opposes the company's proposal to build housing on part of its famous back lot in Universal City. The supervisor asked Universal Studios...
  • Neighborhood argument ends in fatal shooting, LAPD says

    A Sun Valley man was shot and killed Sunday after a dispute with a neighbor turned deadly, police said. Travis Solorio, 26, was shot when he got into a argument with a neighbor at 11:10 p.m., a dispute that attracted the attention of others on Tamarack...
  • Disney matriarch passes at 77

    Patricia A. Disney — matriarch of a family whose $10-million donation was the foundation of a comprehensive cancer center at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center — has died. She was 77. Married to Roy, Walt Disney's nephew, for more than 50...
  • Barbara Boxer endorses Howard Berman, knocks Brad Sherman mailer

    Barbara Boxer endorses Howard Berman, knocks Brad Sherman mailer
    U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-California) has decided to endorse Rep. Howard Berman (D-Valley Village) in his bruising intraparty fight with Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) for a newly drawn San Fernando Valley congressional district seat. In a letter ...
  • Man barricades himself again to avoid police, officials say

    A man believed to be connected to a burglary that occurred this week barricaded himself inside a North Hollywood residence Saturday afternoon, Los Angeles police said. The man evaded a SWAT team Friday after he barricaded himself in the 2200 block of...
  • Four injured as car and bus collide in Woodland Hills

    Four people were injured when a car collided with an Orange Line bus in Woodland Hills on Thursday morning. The bus was westbound on Victory Boulevard near Mason Avenue at about 8:15 a.m. when a car apparently ran a red light and they collided, said...