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  • Dead motorcyclists may have been part of 'Love Ride'

    Dead motorcyclists may have been part of 'Love Ride'
    A series of at least two accidents involving motorcycles, cars and a big rig killed two people and injured at least two others Sunday, causing a massive traffic pileup and closing three lanes of the Golden State Freeway for hours, according to the...
  • Man found dead in Glendale motel had been accused of molestation

    A Northern California man found dead in a Glendale motel earlier this month had been accused of molesting a girl in Ukiah seven years ago, officials said. Tommy tonkin Thomas P. Tonkin, 61, was found dead Oct. 19 in a room at the Chariot Inn on East...
  • 134 Fwy. lanes reopen in Burbank as officials investigate fatal accident

    134 Fwy. lanes reopen in Burbank as officials investigate fatal accident
    Authorities have reopened the westbound Ventura (134) Freeway after several lanes were closed to investigate a fatal accident in which a pedestrian was struck and killed early this morning. The lane closures snarled the morning commute as the California...
  • Rome reveling in first win

    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 69th year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the eighth meeting of the year. SAY GOODBYE TO WINLESS SEASON It took eight attempts, but Glendale...
  • Bullet train's $98-billion cost could be its biggest obstacle

    Bullet train's $98-billion cost could be its biggest obstacle
    The ambitious plan to connect Anaheim and San Francisco with high-speed trains has encountered plenty of obstacles, including intensifying resistance from wealthy and poor communities lying in the track's path. But the bullet train's biggest threat could...
  • Getty Museum in a legal fight over Armenian Bible pages

    The J. Paul Getty Trust failed Thursday to derail a lawsuit by the Armenian Orthodox Church that accuses the museum of harboring stolen illuminated medieval manuscripts — 755-year-old works that are masterpieces and, to the church, spiritually and...
  • Randy Adams, former Glendale police chief, cracks public pension Top 10

    Randy Adams, former Glendale police chief, cracks public pension Top 10
    The number of former public employees making more than $100,000 a year in retirement from California’s largest public pension system has jumped 99% in the last two years. The Orange County Register calculated that there are 12,199 retirees in the...
  • Fine dining recommendations: The Royce at the Langham Huntington

    Fine dining recommendations: The Royce at the Langham Huntington
    Especially at this time of year, when relatives roll into town eager to live it up. It's fun to introduce them to L.A.'s ethnic dining scene, chase food trucks around town and stop in at the latest cutting-edge venues. But at some point, they may want...
  • A sophisticated taste of Afghanistan

    A sophisticated taste of Afghanistan
    On your right as you walk into Azeen’s Afghani Restaurant in Pasadena, a tapestry weaves a scene of Bushkazi, Afghanistan’s national sport, a sort of polo played with a decapitated goat carcass. On the wall on your left, a photograph shows...
  • Disney's net income rises 30% in fourth quarter

    Disney's net income rises 30% in fourth quarter
    Walt Disney Co. reported improved fourth-quarter earnings, buoyed by gains at Disney Channel and ESPN and at the Burbank company's theme parks. The entertainment giant reported net income of $1.08 billion for the quarter ending Oct. 1, a jump of 30%...
  • Agencies reject South Korean Jindos as police dogs

    Agencies reject South Korean Jindos as police dogs
    Reporting from Seoul— In a canine experiment in better policing, the LAPD recently spent months training a pair of South Korean-bred Jindo puppies as possible new street enforcement partners. But the Jindos are in the doghouse as a replacement for...
  • Woman's club hosts authors luncheon

    Woman's club hosts authors luncheon
    A star in its Centennial year programming was the annual Authors Luncheon of the La Crescenta Woman’s Club. Held at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, the Tuesday, Nov. 8 event attracted some 200 women who like to read. Authors on hand,...