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Los Angeles International Airport

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  • Deputy L.A. city attorney arrested on multiple child porn charges

    A deputy Los Angeles city attorney has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography, authorities said Friday. Christopher Richard Garcia, 57, was arrested Thursday afternoon at his home in San Pedro and booked on suspicion of...
  • Airfare: Round trip from LAX to Montego Bay, Jamaica, is $435 on Delta

    Airfare: Round trip from LAX to Montego Bay, Jamaica, is $435 on Delta
    White sand beaches on your radar? Delta is offering a round trip from LAX to Montego Bay, Jamaica, for $435, including all taxes and fees. It is subject to availability but you may travel any day of the week through Feb. 14. You must purchase your...
  • LAPD honors officers for bravery

    LAPD honors officers for bravery
    Veteran Los Angeles Police Officer Don Thompson was heading to his assignment with the LAPD's bomb squad when he saw a car barrel across several lanes of the 405 Freeway, strike the center divider and burst into flames. Thompson slammed on his brakes,...
  • LAX FlyAway bus service to and from Hollywood starts today

    LAX FlyAway bus service to and from Hollywood starts today
    The popular low-cost FlyAway bus to Los Angeles International Airport is launching a new route to Hollywood today, a little more than a month after expanding service to Santa Monica. Buses on the new route will operate hourly from 5:15 a.m. to 10:15 p....
  • 49ers claim to be unmoved by Smith's seismic suspension

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - San Francisco 49ers - INSIDE SLANT The earth shook under the 49ers on Friday, but like most San Franciscans in the immediate aftermath of a temblor, the defending NFC runners-up didn't blink. "Our organization...
  • Travel letters: Couchsurfing.com another entry to sharing economy

    I read Catharine Hamm's article "Learning to Share" (Aug. 24) with great interest. I have been thinking a lot about our sharing economy and whether it is really just that. I was surprised that there was so little mention of Couchsurfing.com. I have just...
  • Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere

     Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere
    It's a warm day, not yet 24 hours after "Black and White's" afternoon premiere at the city's annual film festival, and one of its stars, Octavia Spencer, emerges from the doorway — a study in black and white, warm and cool. Black stilettos,...
  • Airlines make first class ultra-luxurious; any hope for coach?

    Airlines make first class ultra-luxurious; any hope for coach?
    Question: Frequent traveler Daniel Fink of Beverly Hills recently received an email from American Airlines that said, "We're creating a consistent experience when traveling in first class on American and US Airways. Effective Sept. 1, 2014, we will be...
  • New nonstop service from L.A. to Osaka, Japan, to begin in March

    New nonstop service from L.A. to Osaka, Japan, to begin in March
    Japan Airlines announced Monday that part of its service expansion plans this year include adding daily nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Osaka, Japan, the country's third largest city. A recent statement from the airline says it will fly Boeing...
  • Metrolink sees continued drop in ridership

    Metrolink sees continued drop in ridership
    Sean Robb of Valencia regularly took Metrolink to and from work in Glendale until the trains increasingly fell behind schedule. It became so bad, Robb called the line "Metro-Late." He now drives to the office. Levi Gelineau, an insurance salesman,...
  • How to hire Bill Murray: Ted Melfi's 12-step plan for 'St. Vincent'

    How to hire Bill Murray: Ted Melfi's 12-step plan for 'St. Vincent'
    You're Ted Melfi, a first-time filmmaker, and you've written a movie about a cantankerous old guy who comes to realize the meaning of his life through the help of a lonely 12-year-old neighbor kid. It's called "St. Vincent," and you think Bill Murray...
  • Metrolink's annual ridership continues to drop

    Metrolink's annual ridership continues to drop
    Sean Robb of Valencia regularly took Metrolink to and from work in Glendale until the trains increasingly fell behind schedule. It became so bad, Robb called the line "Metro-Late." He now drives to the office. Levi Gelineau, an insurance salesman,...