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  • Boys' basketball: Landon Drew gets waiver to play for Fairfax

     
    In a decision that will have a big impact on City Section basketball, junior guard Landon Drew has been granted a hardship waiver by City Section Commissioner Barbara Fiege and will be eligible immediately to play for Los Angeles Fairfax......
  • Football: Blogging from quarterfinal games

     
    I get my first look at Santa Margarita on Friday night when the Eagles face unbeaten Mission Viejo at Saddleback College in a Pac-5 Division quarterfinal game. I'll be blogging. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. We'll also have blogging from......
  • Few women in executive ranks in California, UC Davis survey finds

     
    Women hold fewer than 10% of all top executive and board of directors positions within California’s 400 largest companies, according to a study released by UC Davis. Though several L.A. companies made the top 25 list of firms with the......
  • Boys' basketball: Pelle returns to spark Price past Compton

     
    Norvel Pelle, a 6-foot-9 senior who sat out all of last season after transferring from Compton Dominguez, made his debut for Los Angeles Price on Monday and scored 14 points while grabbing 15 rebounds to help the Knights defeat No.......
  • El Camino Real, defending Academic Decathlon champion, expected to become charter

     
    El Camino Real High School, one of the highest-performing campuses in the Los Angeles Unified School District, is poised to leave the school system and become an independently managed charter school. The Woodland Hills school is moving forward with a........
  • 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...
  • Storms leave behind more than 2 feet of rain in mountain areas

     
    The series of storms that has deluged Southern California for the past seven days began clearing out Wednesday evening, leaving behind more than 2 feet of rain in the mountains....
  • Five injured, one critically, in Woodland Hills crash

     
    Five people were injured, one critically, when two cars collided Sunday in Woodland Hills. The crash occurred in the 6000 block of De Soto Avenue, just north of the Ventura (101) Freeway, at about 9:30 a.m. The critically injured person......
  • Football: Coaching openings in City Section

     
    According to the City Section website, University, Hollywood, Sun Valley Poly, Los Angeles and South East are all seeking varsity head football coaches. The future of Woodland Hills Taft Coach Matt Kerstetter also remains uncertain. Kerstetter has been...
  • Temperature hits 90 degrees in Chatsworth and high 80s in other parts of Southern California

     
    As Southern California residents basked in the summer-like weather Monday, temperatures reached 90 degrees in Chatsworth and hit the high 80s in other parts of the region. Temperatures topped out at 88 degrees in Woodland Hills, 84 in Pomona, 83......
  • Crime alerts for Hollywood Hills, San Pedro and five other L.A. neighborhoods

     
    Crime reports are up significantly for the latest week in seven L.A. neighborhoods, according to an analysis of LAPD data by the Los Angeles Times’ Crime L.A. database. Three neighborhoods reported a significant increase in violent crime. Hollywood...
  • Several schools on lockdown in wake of shooting near El Camino Real High [Updated]

     
    El Camino Real High School, Welby Way Elementary School, Woodlake Elementary School and Hale Middle School were on lockdown on Wednesday....