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  • California high-speed rail funding could be in jeopardy

    California high-speed rail funding could be in jeopardy
    The Legislature should not authorize the issuance of $6 billion in bonds to start building California's $98.5-billion bullet train project, a state-appointed review panel says in a key report to be released later Tuesday. The conclusion by the California...
  • Glendale-based Nestle laying off 103 Hot Pockets factory workers

    Hot Pockets aren't quite as hot as they used to be. In the wake of static sales and increased costs, food giant Nestle is laying off 103 employees — about a sixth of the workers at its plant in Chatsworth that make the microwaveable snacks. The...
  • Winds, warm temperatures to subside today

    Temperatures are expected to return to normal in Southern California after a week of windy, summer-like weather that broke some heat records. The National Weather Service lifted the red-flag warning issued Saturday for parts of Los Angeles. The...
  • 'Modern Family' actress and boyfriend had unlawful sex in Montrose home, mom charges

    Authorities are investigating an allegation by the mother of "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter that her daughter's 18-year-old boyfriend had unlawful sex with the 14-year-old actress, according to sources familiar with the investigation. The L.A....
  • Planners want to discard Grapevine route for rail project

    Planners want to discard Grapevine route for rail project
    Planners of California's high-speed rail project want to discard a more direct route from Los Angeles to Bakersfield over the Grapevine and continue development of a sweeping dogleg through Palmdale and Lancaster. Though the option was ruled out in 2005,...
  • Former Bell leaders complain that Randy Adams hasn't been charged

    Former Bell leaders complain that Randy Adams hasn't been charged
    Many of the former leaders of the city of Bell were back in court Tuesday, demanding that the corruption charges against them be dropped or dismissed. They are also asking why the former police chief of the city, Randy Adams, is not facing charges as...
  • Legislators seek to help cities losing redevelopment agencies

    Legislators seek to help cities losing redevelopment agencies
    Reporting from Sacramento -- As the clock ticks toward the Feb. 1 deadline to begin dissolution of California's redevelopment agencies, state lawmakers are scrambling to answer the contentious question of how the state can help cities subsidize private...
  • A Word, Please: Dogma that's worth decimating

    “Decimate” is a cool word. It’s a lot like “devastate,” but with an added flavor and a sense of history that make it feel somehow bigger. People use it accordingly. “If a company’s intellectual property is...
  • Severed hand found near head under Hollywood sign

    One day after two dogs uncovered a human head hidden in a plastic bag, Los Angeles police found a severed hand Wednesday morning at the Hollywood Hills crime scene. The head was first discovered 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bronson Canyon Park near a trail below...
  • Second hand is found near man's head below the Hollywood sign

    A second human hand was discovered Wednesday afternoon below the Hollywood sign, hours after another hand was found and a day after dogs discovered a severed head in the hiking area. Los Angeles Police Department detectives have been moving through a...
  • 2 human feet found near site of man's head below Hollywood sign

    Los Angeles police on Wednesday afternoon found two human feet below the Hollywood sign. The discovery occurred several hours after two hands were found and a day after dogs found a man's head along a hiking trail. Officials said they ended the search...
  • Ex-Glendale police chief offered disability pension from Bell

    Ex-Glendale police chief offered disability pension from Bell
    More than half of the disability retirements awarded to police officers under former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo — including those given to three police chiefs — should not have been granted, and workers' compensation settlements...