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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • San Fernando police chief accused of having affair with 19-year-old female cadet

    The small town of San Fernando is grappling with two sex scandals at City Hall. The city has been roiled by mayor's announcement that he was having an extramarital relationship with a councilwoman. But months before that, a teenage police cadet filed...
  • Disneyland and union settle long labor dispute

    Disneyland and union settle long labor dispute
    Ending a four-year dispute, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim reached a five-year contract agreement with 2,100 hotel workers. The dispute had bogged down recently over healthcare cost increases in Disneyland's proposed contracts. The labor union,...
  • Fire breaks out at Universal Studios backlot in Universal City

    A fire broke out Thursday at the Universal Studios backlot. The Los Angeles County Fire Department told The Times the blaze broke out around noon at a three-story building near the corner of Lankershim and Cahuenga boulevards in Universal City. The blaze...
  • The grand martial of Burbank

    The grand martial of Burbank
    Former President Teddy Roosevelt is widely known to have coined the famous axiom “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” Take a visit to the Martial Arts History Museum in Burbank, however, and you’ll learn he didn’t need one....
  • Federal officials criticize MTA for not reaching out to riders

    Federal officials criticize MTA for not reaching out to riders
    The Federal Transit Administration on Monday released its final audit of Metro, the county's transportation agency, criticizing the organization for failing to adequately study capital projects and doing a poor job reaching out to riders who don't speak...
  • 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...