Home » Posts tagged with » Los Angeles Times

Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Thousand Oaks

Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Thousand Oaks

By HANNAH FRY and ALEJANDRA REYES-VELARDE . Xav.ier Bias walked out of the Whole Foods Market in Pasadena and saw another woman looking to the ground puzzled at the white stuff covering the sidewalk. The woman wasn’t sure exactly what she was looking at. But Bias, who is originally from the East Coast, quickly set her straight. It […]

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

By PATRICK MCGREEVY . California has “mismanaged” properties where its state-run veterans homes are located, failing to charge market rents to private users and shortchanging programs that should benefit from the leases, a state audit concluded Tuesday. The head of the California Department of Veterans Affairs agreed with the findings and said changes would be made, […]

L.A. Times Hides Anti-Trump Editorial in Article About Their Choice Not to Publish Anti-Trump Editorial

L.A. Times Hides Anti-Trump Editorial in Article About Their Choice Not to Publish Anti-Trump Editorial

Virginia Kruta, Contributor    Hundreds of newspapers nationwide banded together on Wednesday to publish concurrent editorials attacking President Donald Trump in retaliation for his attitude toward the press. One paper, the Los Angeles Times, stood firm in its decision not to participate in the collusion spearheaded by the Boston Globe. Instead, the LA Times published an article explaining […]

‘I had no idea the flames could go that fast’: Goleta devastated by fire as record heat burns path of destruction

‘I had no idea the flames could go that fast’: Goleta devastated by fire as record heat burns path of destruction

By ANDREA CASTILLO, JOHN WILKENS and TERI FIGUEROA Firefighters on Saturday were battling a destructive fire that snaked through a hillside area of Goleta, one of several blazes that destroyed homes amid a record-setting heat wave in Southern California. Fire personnel spent the night and morning in pitched battle against the Holiday fire, which exploded Friday night amid 100-degree […]

Costa Mesa becomes O.C.’s latest city to oppose California’s “sanctuary state” law

Costa Mesa becomes O.C.’s latest city to oppose California’s “sanctuary state” law

By LUKE MONEY  . In a contentious vote early Wednesday, the Costa Mesa City Council became Orange County’s latest governing body to declare official opposition to Senate Bill 54, a California “sanctuary state” law that provides expanded protection for undocumented immigrants. The 3-2 decision to adopt a resolution against SB 54 prompted cheers and chants of […]

Wells Fargo to pay $1 billion in fines over auto, mortgage lending abuses

Wells Fargo to pay $1 billion in fines over auto, mortgage lending abuses

Federal regulators slapped Wells Fargo & Co. with a fine of $1 billion on Friday, punishing the San Francisco bank for abuses that harmed mortgage and auto loan borrowers, and for what regulators said was a pervasive and “reckless” lack of risk management.

Netflix has considered buying theaters, including Mark Cuban’s Landmark, to gain an Oscar edge, sources say

Netflix has considered buying theaters, including Mark Cuban’s Landmark, to gain an Oscar edge, sources say

Netflix, the global streaming giant that has dramatically changed the TV industry and clashed with movie theater owners, may be ready to move onto the big screen in a new and surprising way — by owning cinemas.

Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that’s important for memory, study suggests

Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that’s important for memory, study suggests

If you want to take a good stroll down memory lane, new research suggests you’d better get out of that chair more often. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found that in people middle-aged and older, a brain structure that is key to learning and memory is plumpest in those who spend the most time […]

Could granny flats help ease the state’s housing crisis? Some advocates think so

Could granny flats help ease the state’s housing crisis? Some advocates think so

By ANDREW KHOURI Several years ago, Patsy Spitta of Altadena wanted to help her daughter afford a home — something out of reach for many teachers like her daughter. She would build a backyard house and live there, allowing her daughter and grandson to leave their $2,500-a-month apartment and move into the two-bedroom house Spitta purchased […]

Facing complications, many Santa Rosa fire victims decide to move on

Facing complications, many Santa Rosa fire victims decide to move on

LOS ANGELES—Like so many fire victims who escaped with nothing but their lives, 68-year-old Dorothea Shipp had decided to leave California. She’d been traumatized by the catastrophic fire …

Page 1 of 19123Next ›Last »