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  • Kanye West gets probation in paparazzi attack, still faces civil case

    Kanye West gets probation in paparazzi attack, still faces civil case
    Attorney Gloria Allred on Monday said the two years of probation Kanye West was sentenced to for assaulting her paprazzo client at Los Angeles International Airport last summer was "not sufficient" and that she is still "vigorously" litigating a civil...
  • Kanye West pleads no contest to battery of paparazzo at LAX

    Kanye West pleads no contest to battery of paparazzo at LAX
    Kanye West received two years' probation and was ordered to take anger management classes Monday after pleading no contest to misdemeanor battery on a paparazzo last summer at Los Angeles International Airport. The 36-year-old rapper was not in court...
  • Consultant critiques law enforcement response to deadly LAX shooting

    An in-depth report that critiques the response of public safety agencies and airport officials to November's deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport will be released to the public Tuesday. The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners,...
  • Enhanced airport security may waste money, study says

    Enhanced airport security may waste money, study says
    Months after an airport screener was killed in a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport, a new report concludes that adding more security measures at the nation's airports may not be worth the cost. The study goes on to suggest that it...
  • Interest in travel to Colorado gets high

    Colorado on New Year's Day became the nation’s first state to permit the sale of recreational marijuana. And since Jan. 1, interest in travel to Denver has jumped. Coincidence? Probably not. Data research from a travel website found that...
  • Direct rail link to LAX may be too costly and risky, officials say

    Direct rail link to LAX may be too costly and risky, officials say
    Los Angeles County transportation officials on Thursday sent a strong signal that a direct light-rail link to Los Angeles International Airport may be too risky and costly to pursue, a blow to a regional planning goal long-sought by many transit users and...
  • Cal/OSHA opens investigation into LAX luggage worker's death

    State workplace safety inspectors have opened an investigation into the death of a baggage worker at Los Angeles International Airport despite an initial report indicating he had a heart attack. Based on that report, Erika Monterroza, spokeswoman theĀ ...
  • L.A. storm delivers significant overnight rainfall

    L.A. storm delivers significant overnight rainfall
    The Southland's second storm of the week, moving across the area on Friday, has so far delivered on its promise of heavy rainfall. At Los Angeles International Airport, 0.55 inches of rain fell between 4 p.m. Thursday and 4 a.m. Friday, according to the...
  • First of two L.A. rainstorms moving through faster than expected

    First of two L.A. rainstorms moving through faster than expected
    A storm dumping light to moderate rain across Los Angeles County on Thursday is moving faster than expected, which could mean an extended break starting in the afternoon before a more powerful system arrives, forecasters said. "We're moving good --...
  • Winter Park, Timber Creek resume LAX rivalry

    Winter Park, Timber Creek resume LAX rivalry
    Winter Park will host former rival Timber Creek in boys lacrosse at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Showalter Field. “We have a long history going back,” Timber Creek coach Brian Davis said. “We used to be in the same district and it was a big...
  • For F/A-18 Super Hornet, the end may be on the horizon

    For F/A-18 Super Hornet, the end may be on the horizon
    Workers at Northrop Grumman Corp.'s 1-million-square-foot El Segundo facility on Aviation Boulevard have been cranking out fuselage sections for the Navy's F/A-18 fighter jet for decades. But now, the end may be near. Since entering service in 1983,...
  • Josh Williamson becomes Seminole's 1st D-1 LAX commit

    Josh Williamson becomes Seminole's 1st D-1 LAX commit
    Seminole junior Josh Williamson has become the school’s first boys lacrosse player to commit to a Division I program with his commitment to Mercer in Georgia. Mercer is one of only 67 D-1 lacrosse programs in the country. “Guys going to D-...