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  • Dining Review: Oinkster goes well beyond pork

    Dining Review: Oinkster goes well beyond pork
    Is it sacrilege to love the chicken salad at a joint famous for its house-cured pastrami? The Oinkster in Eagle Rock sells its pastrami and its home-cooked Carolina-style pulled pork by the pound, such is the clamor by carnivores. And its meaty...
  • State isn't likely to appeal records ruling

    Calling a Sacramento County Superior Court judge’s ruling this week “pretty clear,” a spokesman for Assembly Speaker John Perez said the state probably won’t appeal an order to release spending records for individual lawmakers....
  • Ron Kaye: Politicians' actions speak louder than words

    Events in recent days — from the eviction of Occupy L.A. protesters from the grounds of Los Angeles City Hall to the open-records lawsuit inspired by Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s defiance of his party’s leadership — have...
  • Californians would reject bullet train in revote, polls finds

    Californians would reject bullet train in revote, polls finds
    With the cost of the state's high-speed rail project rising dramatically, a new public opinion poll shows that a clear majority of California's registered voters would reject the proposal if given a second chance to vote on it today. Released Tuesday,...
  • Despite the cold, conditions still ripe for wildfires

    Despite the cold, conditions still ripe for wildfires
    Despite the cold temperatures, the National Weather Service today said dry, breezy conditions could create "a dangerous forest fire environment." The agency lifted its red-flag warning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties for the first time since the...
  • PacSun, with locations in Burbank and Glendale, to close up to 200 stores

    PacSun, with locations in Burbank and Glendale, to close up to 200 stores
    Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. plans to close up to 200 of its weaker-performing stores around the country, targeting locations that had average sales of $600,000 in the last year, compared with stronger stores that had about $1.1 million in sales,...
  • Rain and windstorm debris could create a mess, officials warn

    Rain and windstorm debris could create a mess, officials warn
    As rains beat down on the Southland on Monday, officials warned residents to reduce the risk of flooding by clearing debris from storm drains that collected during the recent windstorm. The National Weather Service warned that the winter storm...
  • Storm to move out today, but chilly temperatures to persist

    Storm to move out today, but chilly temperatures to persist
    A winter storm watch remains in effect until noon today as a cold weather system slowly moves out of the area, clearing the way for a moderate warming trend on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Roads in the Station fire burn area...
  • Antonovich calls on MTA to review Gold Line expenditures

    Antonovich calls on MTA to review Gold Line expenditures
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich today called for a review of expenditures made by the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority -- the latest volley after three high-profile officials, including South Pasadena Councilman...
  • Retail group raises holiday sales forecast as stores extend hours

    Retail group raises holiday sales forecast as stores extend hours
    With just nine days to go until Christmas and shoppers out in force at malls around the country, the nation's largest retail group is raising its sales forecast for the holiday season. The National Retail Federation predicted holiday sales to rise 3.8%...
  • Judge questions why Adams isn't facing corruption charges in Bell scandal

    Judge questions why Adams isn't facing corruption charges in Bell scandal
    From the day authorities handcuffed and led away eight Bell administrators and politicians in a massive public corruption case, people in this small working-class town have wondered why it wasn't the Bell 9 instead. Missing in the line-up of defendants...
  • Answers sought in legality of Station fire phone recordings

    Answers sought in legality of Station fire phone recordings
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) pressed federal authorities Thursday to clarify whether the U.S. Forest Service violated privacy laws by recording telephone calls to an emergency center during the 2009 Station fire. Schiff said a report he received from the...