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  • Judge rejects bid to halt California high-speed rail project

    Judge rejects bid to halt California high-speed rail project
    A Sacramento County judge has rejected a bid by agricultural interests to temporarily halt California's bullet train project in the Central Valley until a lawsuit can be decided. After a three-hour hearing, Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley on Friday...
  • 'Justice League' aims for summer 2015 after Superman victory

    'Justice League' aims for summer 2015 after Superman victory
    DC Comics' superheroes can finally team up on the big screen following yesterday's legal victory for Warner Bros. in its long-running fight over the rights to Superman. The studio is expected to accelerate development of a planned "Justice League"...
  • Disney to close its online movie service

    Disney to close its online movie service
    Disney is shutting down its Disney Movies Online service, which failed to catch on with users. The site let consumers buy or rent digital versions of Disney and Pixar films and watch the movies on their computers. It was designed to ease the family...
  • State Senate candidates travel separate tracks on bullet train

    State Senate candidates travel separate tracks on bullet train
    California’s plan to build a $68-billion bullet train divided the Legislature this summer, so it is no surprise that it became a hot-button election issue. And nowhere is that split more on show than in the 5th Senate District contest in the San...
  • Puppy mills: L.A. council to vote on proposed ban for pet stores

    Puppy mills: L.A. council to vote on proposed ban for pet stores
    The Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance Wednesday that would ban pet stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits unless the animals came from nonprofit rescue organizations or city animal shelters. The law is designed to target...
  • Best Buy workers mobilize to win crucial Black Friday battle

    Best Buy workers mobilize to win crucial Black Friday battle
    It's 8 a.m. Sunday and John Palyok, general manager of a Best Buy store in Burbank, is brandishing a $19.99 Dynex HDMI cable like a battle standard. A group of 50 employees, mostly in their 20s, gather around him, gulping coffee and nodding slowly....
  • Entertainment industry pours $47 billion into L.A., economist says

    Entertainment industry pours $47 billion into L.A., economist says
    Robert Kleinhenz, chief economist with the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp., recently spoke with The Times about a new report on the entertainment industry’s effect on the L.A. County economy. What was the purpose of the study? We...
  • Man burned in Santa Clarita explosion at marijuana grow house

    Man burned in Santa Clarita explosion at marijuana grow house
    A man suffered severe burns after an explosion this week in a Santa Clarita apartment that authorities said was being used as a marijuana grow house and laboratory for the extraction of tetrahydrocannabinol, commonly known as THC and the active ingredient...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Start the Presses: An editor's dilemma

    Start the Presses: An editor's dilemma
    Some people have noted, (mostly) kindly, that topics in this column vary widely. Sometimes it focuses on the newsroom, sometimes on happenings in our area, while other times it opines on life generally. This column is printed in both the Glendale News-...
  • No accountability in America

    Do you want to know what is wrong with America? Just take a look at the Saturday edition of the LATEXTRA section of the Los Angeles Times. Staring at you on the front page, a photo of two of our more infamous leaders. Gavin Newsom, who had an affair...