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ALHAMBRA -- Federal agents have been called upon to help investigate an explosive fire that destroyed a $4.5 million condominium complex under construction in Alhambra. The four-alarm fire broke out just before 10:50 p.m. Tuesday at North 3rd and West...
NEW YORK (AP) - About a quarter of the nation's TV stations cut off their analog signals Tuesday, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television despite two years of warnings about the transition. Though most...
SALINAS -- A 14-year-old girl told a judge in Monterey County Friday that she was kidnapped by a neighbor before her father agreed to an arranged marriage in exchange for $16,000, plus 100 cases of beer and several cases of meat for the wedding party....
Tags: KTLA, Justice System, Judges, Marriage, Sex
As an author of the California Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA), I was disappointed to read recreational fisherman Dick Giuliani's March 25 opinion piece, in which he argued that the fishing reserves proposed under the act would be disastrous for the...
In the maybe-not-such-strange-bedfellows sweepstakes, wine shops that are also wine bars with food are lately the darlings of city redevelopment folks all over Southern California. And it's hard to argue with the sense that they're just the thing to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen George Howell told his hometown friends that, at age 24, he had decided to enlist in the Army despite the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, they tried to talk him out of it. His best friend, Derek Paris, remembers Howell as unshakable. "He just said,...
Tags: Children, Armed Forces, Watertown, Defense, Georgia
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHEMET "Stories of Survival: Walking With Weavers Through Generations of Time"When, where: Through May 25, Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology, 2345 Searl Parkway. Highlights: Native American basketry from private and public SoCal collections....
Times Staff WriterDraw a line from Monterey to Ventura and list everything you think you might see along the coast. Did you overlook Limekiln State Park? Or the broad-footed mole? Members of the California Coastal Commission wrote the agency's second guide in its...
Lush and relaxed, California's wine country offers respite for the weary. Head to the Santa Cruz Mountains if you're in search of a quiet place to sip wine. For lakefront lounging, Nice (Nice, California) offers watery views. Whether you're in search of...
Times Staff WriterJazz in the Plaza: Carmel's 12-week music series, featuring Monterey Peninsula musicians, kicks off on Friday and will be held weekly with a wine and cheese tasting. When, where: 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sept. 21 at downtown's Carmel Plaza, Ocean...
Tags: Music Industry, Cheese
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersCampus administrators call them "helicopter parents" -- high-maintenance mothers and fathers who seem to hover over their children's every step toward a college degree. To faculty and staff, such parents are often viewed as a buzzing annoyance. Yet a...
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