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  • Southern California freeway pollution: Is monitoring adequate?

     
    A federal appeals court was asked Thursday to decide what the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should do about noxious air pollution along some of Southern California's busiest highways. The case brought against the EPA by the Natural Resources...
  • Stranded boaters found safe off San Pedro

     
    A Long Beach couple stranded at sea overnight were found safe Monday off San Pedro by the U.S. Coast Guard. Don Stone, 44, and his fiancé, Christianna Macauley, 31, were stuck at sea on their way back from Catalina after......
  • Man hospitalized after falling ill while deep diving off San Pedro

     
    A 48-year-old man became seriously ill Monday after making deep dives off the coast and has been hospitalized, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Firefighters were called to Berth 77 in San Pedro shortly before 4 p.m., Fire Department spokesman......
  • Football: Venice prevails, 66-0, over Locke

     
    In one of the most lopsided games in recent Los Angeles City Section history, Venice routed Locke, 66-0, and will play host to the winner of the game between San Pedro and Westchester next Friday. --Ben Bolch...
  • Football: Friday's City and Southern Section quarterfinal scores

     
    Friday's results CITY Quarterfinals DIVISION I Carson 29, Garfield 13 Taft 35, Dorsey 18 Venice 35, San Pedro 10 Crenshaw 49, Narbonne 14 DIVISION II Fairfax 21, Los Angeles Hamilton 14 Arleta 32, Franklin 14 Chatsworth 35, Panorama 28 Palisades......
  • L.A., Long Beach ports' seed money program earns environmental honors

     
    The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have received a 2010 Environmental Achievement Award from the Environmental Protection Agency's Pacific Southwest Region office. The ports were given the clean-air technology award, a category that covers the...
  • Boys' basketball: Tuesday scores

     
    OMEGA LEAGUE Newbury Park Adventist 60, Westmark 43 Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 66, Los Angeles Lutheran 41 NONLEAGUE Arroyo Grande 55, Templeton 25 Beaumont 64, Arrowhead Christian 20 Buena Park 75, Glenn 69 Camarillo 67, Santa Barbara 56...
  • Boys' basketball: Wednesday scores

     
    NONLEAGUE Aliso Niguel 62, Whittier 45 Buena Park 54, Anaheim 41 Campbell Hall 106, Cathedral 64 Capistrano Valley 72, Yorba Linda 43 Chaparral 63, Lakeside 44 Chino Hills 66, Valley View 56 Colton 47, Rim of the World 45 Dana......
  • 1-megawatt solar array installed on World Cruise Center at Port of Los Angeles

     
    The World Cruise Center at the Port of Los Angeles isn’t just for seafarers anymore. A 1-megawatt solar photovoltaic array has been installed there. More than 5,000 crystalline modules are now spread across 71,500 square feet atop Berths 93A and......
  • Football: De'Anthony Thomas is City player of the year

     
    De'Anthony Thomas from Los Angeles Crenshaw has been selected the City Section player of the year in football by a panel of sportswriters. Thomas, a running back-defensive back, led the Cougars to their second consecutive City Division I championship....
  • Boys' basketball: Monday scores

     
    COLISEUM LEAGUE Fremont 77, West Adams 55 INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE Valley View 76, Arlington 69 MARINE LEAGUE Gardena 59, San Pedro 41 MARMONTE LEAGUE Calabasas 59, Newbury Park 44 Moorpark 81, Agoura 71 Simi Valley 54, Westlake 52 Thousand Oaks......
  • Spider-Man and Cameron Crowe movies give L.A. production a jolt

     
    Angelenos have good reason to be despondent about the flight of filming from California. After all, the upcoming alien invasion movie “Battle: Los Angeles,” was actually shot in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, La., not Southern California. “Mi...