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GLENDALE — A cyclist was injured Sunday after slamming into the rear windshield of a car he had been tailing near Verdugo Park, police said. It was the second crash involving a cyclist in less than a week, police said. The cyclist had been...
L.A. at HomeCentral to the promise of the California dream is the idea that you can reach out your kitchen window and pluck a lemon. As we hit the natural limits to our water supply, that specter of home-grown fruit remains steadily possible, even a social ideal in...
Varsity Times InsiderHere's the schedule for Week Zero of Southlands high school football (September 1-4). Two schools will actually open the season before that, as San Clemente heads to Hawaii and Fountain Valley to Las Vegas next week. Thursday, August 26th INTERSECTIONAL.....
Special to the News-PressIn a neighborhood full of lawns, Jeena and Eric Schoenke's front yard stands as an anomaly. The Burbank residents tore out their front lawn and redesigned the space about a year ago. They poured a patio, created a path, brought in several large boulders...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Nature, Botany, Escondido, Bee (insect)
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- A man was critically hurt when he got his foot caught in a cement mixer at a plant in Sun Valley Saturday. The incident was reported at 10:53 a.m. a 11145 Tuxford St., according to Los Angeles city fire spokesman Shawn Lenske. Lenske said...
Tags: KTLA, Hospitals and Clinics, Health, Los Angeles
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- A man is recovering from a gunshot wound he suffered during a scuffle with bounty hunters in Sun Valley, police said. Three armed bounty hunters went to the 8200 block of Marmay Place, near Burton Street, about 9:25 p.m. Monday to catch...
Monte Hale, one of the last of Hollywood's celluloid "singing cowboys" and a founder of what is now the Autry National Center of the American West, has died. He was 89. Hale had been in failing health and died Sunday of age-related causes at his home...
TODAY Native plants: Horticulturist Lili Singer leads a class on California flora. Learn about planting techniques, irrigation, pruning, maintenance and where to see and buy native plants. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. $35 to $45. Later in the afternoon, James...
Second of five partsThe deadly 2003 Cedar fire was raging through San Diego County. Rep. Duncan Hunter, whose home in Alpine would burn to the ground, couldn't understand why military aircraft hadn't been called in to fight the blaze. He decided to do something about it....
BEFORE scattering wildflower seeds, consider height, color, bloom time and benefit to the species that pollenate the plants you are sowing. The following recommendations include picks from Carol Bornstein, Davis Fross and Bart O'Brien, authors of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe essence of Lourdes I have been to Lourdes, France, twice -- once as a pilgrim in 2001 and last year as a tourist. Susan Spano wrote such a fine article, which caught the essence of Lourdes ["Slice of Heaven," Sept. 7] that I felt as though I were...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDeclining enrollment has prompted the Los Angeles Unified School District to scale back its $20-billion school construction and remodeling program sought to relieve overcrowding and end involuntary busing. The building program, which is paid for by...
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