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  • La Cañada shopping center sold as Gelson's replaces Vons

    La Cañada shopping center sold as Gelson's replaces Vons
    Plaza De La Cañada, a neighborhood shopping center in La Cañada Flintridge, has sold for $35.9 million. The 1960s-era shopping center on Foothill Boulevard will be anchored by a Gelson’s Market that is set to open early next year. Gelson's will...
  • Rite Aid ordered to pay $12.3 million to settle hazardous waste suit

    Rite Aid Corp. was ordered by a San Joaquin County Superior Court judge Tuesday to pay more than $12.3 million to settle a civil lawsuit over allegations that 600 of its California stores improperly handled and disposed of hazardous waste. Judge Linda...
  • Retail sales growth 'modest' in September but misses forecasts

    Retail sales growth 'modest' in September but misses forecasts
    Retail sales during the prime back-to-school shopping month of September grew more than the prior month but were still muffled by heavy head winds. The gauge of same-store sales, which calculates sales at stores open for more than a year, rose “...
  • Businesses gather more information than they need from consumers

    Businesses gather more information than they need from consumers
    Moira Hahn, like many consumers, always took it for granted that businesses wanted as much of her personal information as they could get. She didn't really start thinking about how such practices could come back to bite her until she became one of the...
  • CVS' halt on tobacco wins praise

    CVS' halt on tobacco wins praise
    CVS Caremark Corp.'s imminent exit from the cigarette and tobacco business — an unprecedented move for a major pharmacy company — is being cheered by many medical professionals and lawmakers as a triumph of corporate responsibility over the...
  • Thieves target Newport ATM

    Thieves may have tried using a car to rip an ATM out of a Newport Beach Rite Aid over the weekend. Shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday, Newport Beach police responded to a burglary call in the 1600 block of San Miguel Drive. Someone had broken through...
  • Suspect charged with murder in Griffith Park body-parts case

    Suspect charged with murder in Griffith Park body-parts case
    The man accused of killing his boyfriend and dumping his severed head, hands and feet below the Hollywood sign two years ago has been charged with murder, prosecutors said. Gabriel Campos-Martinez, 36, faces a single count of murder in connection with...
  • Griffith Park body-parts case: 'Suspicious statements' led to arrest

    Griffith Park body-parts case: 'Suspicious statements' led to arrest
    A man arrested in the 2012 death of his boyfriend, whose head, hands and feet were scattered below the Hollywood sign, made "inconsistent and suspicious statements" to police after his partner's body parts were found, court documents showed. A search...
  • Griffith Park body parts: Suspect faces extradition hearing in Texas

    Griffith Park body parts: Suspect faces extradition hearing in Texas
    A man accused of killing his boyfriend and dumping his severed head, hands and feet below the Hollywood sign two years ago was being held in Texas with bail set at $1 million, pending an extradition hearing. Gabriel Campos-Martinez, 36, faces a single...
  • Suspect held in death of man whose head was found in Griffith Park

    The head was discovered first, wrapped in a plastic 99 Cents Only Store bag along one of the hiking trails below the Hollywood sign. The right hand and feet were found a day later, this time in a Rite Aid bag buried in a 6-inch grave. The left hand...
  • Illinois, 27 other states ask major retailers to stop selling tobacco

    Illinois, 27 other states ask major retailers to stop selling tobacco
    A group of 28 U.S. attorneys general is urging chief executive officers of five major retailers, including Walmart, to stop selling tobacco products, saying it is contradictory to carry such items in stores that also provide health care services. The...
  • Jenny Offill's new novel highlights the power of a woman on the edge

    Jenny Offill's new novel highlights the power of a woman on the edge
    Jenny Offill's riveting new novel, "Dept. of Speculation," is steeped in weird and geeky facts. It opens, for example, with the information that antelope have "10x vision" and on a clear night can see the rings of Saturn. It's a fitting beginning to a...