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Occupy Los Angeles

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  • L.A. teachers union drops legal challenge to evaluation system

     
    L.A. teachers union suspends its challenge to new evaluation system....
  • Homeless woman, pet dog find a way to weather windstorm

     
    How a Pasadena homeless woman weathered the storm...
  • Voices of the Occupation: What they'll take away

     
    On Tuesday, in the hours before Occupy L.A. was ejected from the grounds of City Hall, Margot Roosevelt photographed participants and interviewed them about what had brought them to the protest and what message they hoped people would take away......
  • Arson suspected in two Pasadena fires

     
    Preliminary investigation pointed to arson as the cause of the fire because a second suspicious blaze occurred across the street along the freeway right-of-way shortly after the house fire started, Derderian said....
  • Fallbrook man pleads not guilty in strangulation of ex-girlfriend

     
    A 43-year-old Fallbrook man pleaded not guilty Wednesday in the strangulation of his ex-girlfriend as prosecutors released chilling new details about the woman's death. In a brief hearing at the Vista branch of San Diego County Superior Court, Michael...
  • Reader photos: Southern California Moments Day 334

     
    Hold my hand: Protesters from Occupy L.A. formed a human chain around City Hall on Monday morning in this photo by David Freid. Every day of 2011, we're featuring reader-submitted photos of Southern California Moments. Follow us on Twitter and......
  • Occupy L.A. mural at downtown's City Hall could be saved

     
    Times reporter Nicole Santa Cruz writes on the L.A. Now blog that city officials are attempting to determine what do with the large mural that served as a gathering spot for protesters during the Occupy L.A. demonstrations....
  • Afghanistan will never forget American sacrifices, general says

     
    Twice during a Saturday news conference at Camp Pendleton, Major Gen. Nabi Jan Mullah Khil, deputy police chief in Helmand province, where the Marines are deployed, asked that reporters relay his nation's appreciation to the American people....
  • Strong winds expected to return after brief reprieve Sunday

     
    Wind-weary Angelenos will get a brief reprieve Sunday but can brace for a couple more days of strong gusts, the National Weather Service said, while more than 55,000 customers who lost power during last week's harsh weather remained without electricity......
  • Occupy L.A. should not have dragged on, some officials say

     
    Occupy L.A. should not have dragged on, some officials say...
  • Occupy L.A.: Farmers' market at City Hall canceled Thursday

     
    Occupy L.A. The farmers’ market held every Thursday at City Hall will be canceled this week because of expected high winds and the Occupy L.A. cleanup, officials said....
  • Fatal gunshot victim found in East L.A. alley

     
    Detectives investigating the crime scene in the 5000 block of Olympic Boulevard reported no immediate information on a potential suspect, said Detective Sgt. Luis Núñez....