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  • City attorney: 'Working groups' didn't violate Brown Act

    COSTA MESA — Working groups formed by the City Council in January did not violate the state open-meetings law, City Atty. Thomas P. Duarte wrote in a letter responding to an advocacy group's public assertion that Costa Mesa had breached the Brown...
  • READY TO SCHOOL YOU

    READY TO SCHOOL YOU
    THEY say there isn't a rivalry. There are more than a dozen schools in L.A. County that teach fashion design, but Otis and FIDM, as the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising is known, are the biggest and the best. Both have main campuses...
  • Mexico general battles Tijuana drug traffickers

    Gen. Alfonso Duarte Mugica unzipped the Louis Vuitton bag and pulled out a skull ring coated with diamonds, a coin medallion and a gold-plated Beretta handgun engraved with the grim reaper smile of La Santa Muerte. The gilded narco-gear was once the...
  • Paletas: Icy, spicy, cool

    Paletas: Icy, spicy, cool
    SUMMERTIME is paleta time. These Mexican ice pops -- chock-full of chunks of fresh fruit and available in a hypnotizing array of colors and clear, not-too-sweet flavors -- conjure images of hot afternoons in the park, time spent on a bench under a shady...
  • Wayward bear released back into wild after pursuit in Duarte and Monrovia

     
    In a four-hour man-versus-beast pursuit, officers in the air and on the ground followed a 275-pound black bear as it roamed the streets of Duarte and Monrovia early Sunday morning and caused the closure of the 210 Freeway before it......
  • Monrovia is rooted in nature and in family

    Monrovia is a mix of muckraker and Mayberry. It was once home to exposť-writing Upton Sinclair. Today, older neighborhoods of moderately priced homes on tree-lined streets attract families. Called the "Gem City of the Foothills," it is bounded by the...