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  • City Council OK's Liquor Ordinance Exception, Clearing Way for Trader Joe's

    City Council OK's Liquor Ordinance Exception, Clearing Way for Trader Joe's
    The Kansas City Council unanimously voted on Thursday to change the city's liquor ordinance, paving the way for Trader Joe's to open next summer at the Ward Parkway Shopping Center. The changes also help out businesses in the Bannister area, where...
  • Political Landscape: Panel will discuss Station fire problems

    Members of Congress are coming to Pasadena next week to hear about problems during the Station Fire, but Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich already knows what he wants Congress to do. In an interview, he said he wants the U.S. Forest...
  • 3 held in counterfeit $100 bill attempts

    Three men have been arrested after attempting to purchase items at retail stores with counterfeit $100 bills, police said. The scam was discovered Sept. 30 after a witness in the parking lot of a shopping plaza, located on North San Fernando Boulevard...
  • Eco-friendly strategies on course

    Experts on topics from sustainable product design to reducing waste going to California landfills will be part of a series of lectures sponsored by the Burbank Redevelopment Agency and the Burbank Green Alliance. Starting tonight and running every...
  • City targets distracted drivers

    City targets distracted drivers
    La CaƱada Flintridge officials are renewing calls for increased driver-safety awareness with a campaign in February to spread the message through schools, churches and businesses. Signs warning drivers to "Be Aware, Drive with Care" were placed...
  • Brown argues for his budget plan in State of the State address

    Brown argues for his budget plan in State of the State address
    Gov. Jerry Brown told lawmakers that "it would be unconscionable" not to let voters decide whether to pay more taxes to help balance the budget, using his first State of the State address as California's 39th governor to press Republicans to agree to a...
  • Eight Injured After Jail, Army Buses Collide on Freeway

    Eight Injured After Jail, Army Buses Collide on Freeway
    COMMERCE (KTLA) -- Traffic on the I-5 Freeway in Commerce came to a halt late Thursday morning when four buses, including one carrying inmates, collided. The 5-vehicle accident occurred on the northbound I-5 near the Washington Boulevard exit around 11:...
  • Veterans' names etched in stone

    Nearly a century after James McCloud left Glendale’s Tropico neighborhood for Europe, the city on Monday will honor the World War I veteran by etching his name into marble at the Veterans Memorial outside City Hall. McCloud is one of 50 veterans to...
  • Ceremonies set to honor, remember veterans

    Ceremonies set to honor, remember veterans
    While Memorial Day is meant to honor the nation's fallen military heroes, Burbank's ceremony Monday will also recognize local sons and daughters who have made it home safely from their time in the service. Four Burbank residents completed their tours...
  • The New "New Deal"

    The New "New Deal"
    The White House is pushing for health reform and the president has encountered pressure on all sides to provide a detailed plan of his expectations. President Obama addressed a joint session of Congress and the White House posted a new list of key...
  • Planning your trip to California's potential monuments

    THE BEST WAY TO BODIE HILLS From Los Angeles drive about 350 miles north on U.S. 395 to California 270 and turn east toward Bodie State Historic Park. WHERE TO STAY El Mono Motel, 51 U.S. Highway 395, Lee Vining; (760) 647-6310, http://www.elmonomotel....
  • Marie Harris dies at 87; Pacoima activist backed San Fernando Valley secession

    Marie Harris dies at 87; Pacoima activist backed San Fernando Valley secession
    Marie Harris, a Pacoima community activist who was one of three San Fernando Valley residents who signed the paperwork that officially set in motion the Valley secession movement, died Dec. 2 at Northridge Hospital Medical Center. She was 87. The cause...