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  • L.A. mayor, UTLA spend most in school board races

     
    As widely expected, most of the campaign money in the March 8 election for the Los Angeles Board of Education is coming from outsiders and not the candidates themselves. The biggest player is a committee supported by Los Angeles Mayor......
  • Nursing home is fined after patient dies after choking

     
    California health regulators have levied a $100,000 fine against a Santa Monica nursing home after concluding that inadequate care led to the death of a patient who died after choking while eating dinner, officials said Wednesday. Goldstar...
  • Bell 8: Six officials ordered to stand trial for looting city treasury [Updated]

     
    Six current or former Bell City Council members were ordered Wednesday to stand trial on felony charges that they drew extraordinary salaries for serving on boards and commissions that met so rarely that one elected official testified that he wasn’...
  • Convicted child molester set to be released; OC prosecutors seek to keep him confined

     
    Orange County prosecutors are seeking to commit a convicted child molester to a mental institution before he is released on parole for molesting a young boy in Irvine more than a decade ago. Douglas Mackenzie, 34, pleaded guilty last month......
  • Moderate to heavy rain, strong winds expected to hit L.A. area

     
    The Los Angeles area could experience two to four hours of moderate to locally heavy rain as a storm descends on the region during the late morning and afternoon Wednesday, the National Weather Service said. Snow levels will range from......
  • ASNE honors Bell coverage, Davidson photos

     
    Times Editor Russ Stanton announced the following awards in a note to the newsroom: Congratulations to "Team Bell" and photographer Barbara Davidson on well-earned recognition from the American Society of News Editors. Team Bell won the ASNE Distinguished...
  • Bell corruption case 'unfair, politically motivated' and should be dismissed, defense attorney says

     
    As the preliminary hearing for the six current and former Bell City Council members accused of corruption wound down Wednesday, the attorney for George Cole argued prosecutors had not made a case and all charges should be dropped. Ronald Kaye......
  • Report of smoke forces United Airlines flight from LAX to land in Colorado

     
    A United Airlines flight that left Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday for Baltimore was forced to land in Grand Junction, Colo, after a report of smoke coming from the baggage hold. Flight 306 landed safely about 11 a.m., and there......
  • Slow-moving storm could drop heavy rain on L.A. area

     
    A cold, slow-moving storm is expected to hit the Los Angeles area Thursday night and linger through Saturday, causing possible thunderstorms and dropping up to 6 inches of rain in mountain areas, according to the National Weather Service. The agency......
  • O.C. attorney to be arraigned in investment scheme

     
    An Irvine attorney is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday on charges that he stole $898,000 from 11 victims in an investment scheme with two other men, the Orange County district attorney's office said. Attorney Jan Morton Heger and Ramon Andres......
  • Bell will provide services even with council members barred from City Hall, official says

     
    Bell's interim chief administrative officer said Thursday that the city will continue to provide municipal services despite an order by a judge blocking three indicted council members from coming to City Hall. “We have been made aware of the judge&#...
  • Local and state experts to advise federal officials on education achievement gap

     
    Educators and advocates with local ties will take part in a federal commission that will examine to what extent funding for the nation's schools is delivered equally and fairly to low-income and minority students. The goal is to recommend policies......