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  • Amanda Bynes cited for driving with suspended license near Bob Hope Airport

    Amanda Bynes was cited Sunday morning for driving with a suspended driver license, and her car was impounded, police officials said. Bob Hope Airport police spokesman Victor Gill said Bynes was pulled over at 8:20 a.m. She was not detained and no details...
  • Runway lights back on at Bob Hope Airport

    Runway lights back on at Bob Hope Airport
    Repair crews at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank on Friday restored runway lights on a runway after a power failure caused several incoming and outbound flights to be canceled. The north-south runway "edge lights" were switched back on at about 5:30 a.m., an...
  • Prop. 8 supporters, opponents await Supreme Court decision

    At San Francisco City Hall, officials are awaiting their moment in history, but they just don't know when it will come. In the complex calculus of gay marriage in California, weddings could become legal within days. So City Hall is preparing for a...
  • Bob Hope Airport investigates cause of runway light power outage

    Bob Hope Airport investigates cause of runway light power outage
    A spokesman for Bob Hope Airport said officials are investigating what caused runway lights to lose power late Wednesday night. Several incoming and outbound flights had to be canceled Thursday night when crews were unable to restore power in time. The...
  • Nickelodeon greenlights 'iCarly,' 'Victorious' spinoff

    "iCarly" fans, dab those tears. A week after the hit Nickelodeon show wrapped its run, the network has announced the series pickup of "iCarly"/"Victorious" offshoot "Sam & Cat." The spinoff comedy, which was given a 20-episode order, features Jennette...
  • Supreme Court delays decision on taking up gay marriage cases

    The Supreme Court took no action Friday on a series of pending appeals involving gay marriage, putting off until at least next week a decision on which cases to hear. The justices met behind closed doors to debate cases involving the Defense of Marriage...
  • LAPD searches for motive in 170 Freeway shooting

    Investigators in North Hollywood were searching for a motive Saturday in a shooting on the 170 Freeway that left a young woman hospitalized and her family’s vehicle riddled with bullets. “There’s no evidence the shooting was gang-...
  • Students write essays to see Proposition 8 play in Woodland Hills

    Students write essays to see Proposition 8 play in Woodland Hills
    The price of admission to last weekend's play at El Camino Real Charter High School was anything but typical. Then again, neither was the play. Students had to submit essays describing their views on gay marriage. The play, "8," dramatizes the 2010 trial...
  • Report: California lost $3 billion in film crew wages from 2004 to 2011

    Report: California lost $3 billion in film crew wages from 2004 to 2011
    California lost $3 billion in wages from 2004 to 2011 because of film and TV production flocking to other states and countries, a new study concludes. Burbank-based Entertainment Partners, the industry’s largest payroll service company, which...
  • More apartments rise in NoHo Arts District

    More apartments rise in NoHo Arts District
    Apartment complexes planned before the demise of the redevelopment agencies in California continue to rise in North Hollywood. The projects in the NoHo Arts District near the northern terminus of the Red Line subway include the recently completed NoHo...
  • Disney loses appeal in $269-million 'Millionaire' case

    Disney loses appeal in $269-million 'Millionaire' case
    Walt Disney Co. has lost its appeal of a high-profile case concerning profits from the game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." The Burbank media giant was ordered by a federal jury in 2010 to pay Celador International, the British company that...
  • Porn star joins valley business leaders in opposing condom requirement for adult film productions

    Porn star joins valley business leaders in opposing condom requirement for adult film productions
    The porn star who’s made a name for himself with his guy-next-door looks and role opposite Lindsay Lohan in an upcoming indie flick came out Thursday against a proposed initiative to require condoms on adult film sets in Los Angeles County. At a...