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  • Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience

    Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience
    I walk around my neighborhood with a long-handled socket wrench now. The metal has a comforting heaviness. I live in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, and two guys dressed like gangbangers robbed and beat me just past midnight a week ago...
  • Glendale police recording of 'paranoid' exec used to bolster LAPD case

    After he was badly injured in May by two LAPD officers, top Deutsche Bank executive Brian C. Mulligan alleged that police manufactured a report that painted him as a snarling, thrashing man who told the officers that he'd recently ingested drugs known...
  • Intersections: Descendants of the Tongva look to their past

    Long before Los Angeles made its name as the entertainment capital of the world and became known for traffic, diversity, great weather and coveted In-N-Out burgers, it was home to an indigenous peoples known as the Tongva, who lived and thrived in the...
  • DreamWorks founders give $90 million to Motion Picture & Television Fund

    DreamWorks founders give $90 million to Motion Picture & Television Fund
    DreamWorks SKG founders Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen are each donating $30 million to the Motion Picture & Television Fund, giving a major boost to the fundraising campaign for one of Hollywood's oldest charities. The total...
  • Warner Bros. final studio to set animation strategy

    Warner Bros. final studio to set animation strategy
    Committing to the genre after years of fits and starts, Warner Bros. on Monday said it will produce one animated movie per year beginning in 2014. Every other major studio in Hollywood has established an animation strategy in the past few years, with...
  • County Assessor John Noguez should resign, Antonovich says

    County Assessor John Noguez should resign, Antonovich says
    Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, who had previously called for Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez to step down, reiterated Wednesday that he believes Noguez is unfit for office. "This case is fraud and he should resign immediately so the county can...
  • Cold front to keep things chilly through the weekend

    Cold front to keep things chilly through the weekend
    A cold front from Canada that has settled in Southern California is expected to stick around for days, bringing snow flurries, scattered showers and low temperatures, forecasters said. Temperatures were expected to stay in the 50s across much of the...
  • A Word, Please: Sometimes subjects disagree with their object

    A recent headline from the Los Angeles Times, “Teens plotting attacks tend to tip their hand,” highlights a particularly difficult grammar problem. Do plural teens really share a singular hand? No. But would it be better to make “hand&...
  • Verdugo Views: Soaring memories of a dirigible

    Verdugo Views: Soaring memories of a dirigible
    The first time Don McDonald went to Grand Central airport was in 1929. He and his father watched the launch of the metal dirigible built by Thomas B. Slate, a local inventor who had developed commercial dry ice. Slate's goal was to provide a coast-to-...
  • 'Perversion files' shows abuse of Boy Scouts in tri-city area

    Of the roughly 5,000 men and women who were ousted from the Boy Scouts of America on suspicion of sexual abuse, several were tied to cases in the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena region, according to an L.A. Times database of “perversion files”...
  • Judge rejects Randy Adams' bid to double pension

    Judge rejects Randy Adams' bid to double pension
    A judge has rejected an effort by Bell's former police chief to more than double his pension to $510,000 a year, saying that the City Council never approved his extravagant contract and that city officials tried to keep his salary secret. Randy Adams,...
  • L.A. council wants review of contractor linked to Chatsworth Metrolink crash

    L.A. council wants review of contractor linked to Chatsworth Metrolink crash
    After hearing from victims of the deadly Metrolink crash in Chatsworth, the Los Angeles City Council vowed Wednesday to look into a $160-million city contract awarded to a transportation company linked to the rail disaster. The crash killed 25 people,...