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  • L.A. County offers tax relief to property owners

    For fire victims, there may be at least one measure of relief on the horizon: lower taxes -- or at least delayed taxes. County assessors and tax collectors are offering to defer and reduce property taxes for those whose homes suffered damage. In...
  • Malibu-area search fails to find missing woman

    Malibu-area search fails to find missing woman
    Mitrice Richardson is afraid of the dark and always has been, says her mother, Latice Sutton, who remembers that quirk when she thinks about her daughter's release from a jail cell at a Los Angeles County sheriff's substation in Calabasas in the predawn...
  • Letters to the editor

    Accountability on TV Re “Funny? Maybe until he’s interviewing you,” March 14 As funny as the confrontation between Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" and Jim Cramer of "Mad Money" was -- and it was a killer -- the tragedy is that it...
  • Southern California Sidecar Club

    Gayle Anderson was live with the Southern California Sidecar Club: Perseverance Through Triangulation. The Southern California Sidecar Club is preparing for another one of their long distance rides with the United Sidecar Association, Thursday, June...
  • Father and Son Cyclists Hit by Drunk Driver

    Father and Son Cyclists Hit by Drunk Driver
    MALIBU-- A drunk hit-and-run driver was found and arrested Sunday for striking a father and son bicycling on the Pacific Coast, killing the father. Sheriff's lieutenants say Robert Sanchez, 30, of Oxnard hit cyclists with his Dodge Ram at 1:30 a.m....
  • Pollution survey finds California beaches cleaner

    Waters off California's coast are cleaner -- and safer for swimmers and surfers -- in dry weather than they've been in years, according to a new environmental report released this morning. But while water quality is improving overall statewide, Los...
  • Passion Stilled

    Passion Stilled
    This week we continue our look at the pivotal year of 1968 and the profound cultural shift in America that resulted from events that year. Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated 40 years ago this week. Whether it was the assassinations of MLK and RFK or...
  • This choreographer is all wet

    This choreographer is all wet
    SPREADING across the Southland in an intricate web of highways and byways, Los Angeles is not an easy place to get to know, let alone love. Compared with other urban regions, its size and sprawl can frustrate a newcomer's efforts to grasp the totality...
  • Massive evacuations ordered as onslaught of fires spreads

    Wind-whipped firestorms destroyed more than 700 homes and businesses in Southern California on Monday, the second day of its onslaught, and more than half a million people in San Diego County were told to evacuate their homes. The gale-force winds turned...
  • 15 L.A. Beaches Score F's on Annual Report Card

    15 L.A. Beaches Score F's on Annual Report Card
    LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles County had the worst overall beach water quality last year in California, according to the 19th annual "Beach Report Card" released by Heal the Bay. Only 70 percent of beach sites in the county earned A or B grades -- a state-...
  • Winds drive Southland wildfires

    Thousands of Southern California homes could be at risk in coming days as powerful Santa Ana winds continue to stoke wildfires, fire officials said. Blazes on Sunday scorched thousands of acres from the Mexican border to Santa Barbara County, destroyed at...
  • 'MASH' set re-created at Malibu Creek State Park

    You could almost hear the distinctive thump-thump-thump of medevac choppers swooping in over the old "MASH" television series set in Calabasas. Except the only real noise here Thursday was the heavy breathing of Brian Rooney and Mark Rackow as they...