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  • Upgrades perk up California's popular ski resorts

    Blue skies don't depress Rick Metcalf, although they probably should. The meager snowfall last year at Mt. Waterman in the San Gabriel Mountains -- about 8 inches, Metcalf, the owner, said -- meant the resort, which has been shuttered since 2004,...
  • Horizon Airlines to offer a lift to Mammoth from LAX

    Southern California skiers and snowboarders worried about gas prices eating away the value of their season passes this winter will be able to fly directly from Los Angeles to Mammoth Mountain, Horizon Airlines is expected to announce today. The airline...
  • A murky high-def picture

    Pity the Los Angeles residents who lug home pricey high-definition television sets only to find that most of their shows don't look much better. The entertainment capital of the world ranks last among the five biggest U.S. markets in the number of high-...
  • Tips for finding restaurants near cultural venues in L.A. and Orange County

    It's long been a logistical nightmare trying to partner dinner and a movie or any kind of cultural event in one evening in Southern California. Yet a burgeoning sophistication about the importance of good food to accompany good culture is spreading across...
  • Sea turtles explore new, urban frontier

    Sea turtles explore new, urban frontier
    In the foamy chop of the warm-water discharge flowing into the San Gabriel River from a Long Beach power plant, a green sea turtle, wide as a manhole cover, materialized Friday just a few yards from shore. A few minutes later, an even larger sea turtle...
  • Archrivals in foot massage

    SHORTLY before midnight on a moonlit corner of Valley Boulevard in San Gabriel, a crowd waited impatiently outside a store with a yellow banner advertising one-hour foot massages for $9.99. Inside the dimly lighted business decorated with Chinese...
  • Child Abuse Suspect Missing with Her Children

    Child Abuse Suspect Missing with Her Children
    SOUTH EL MONTE -- Sheriff's deputies are searching for a San Gabriel Valley woman suspected of child abuse. The woman has disappeared with her two young daughters, ages 2 years and 2 months. Alma Beatriz Frias, 29, of South El Monte, has a history of...
  • First of Two Storms Moves into SoCal

    LOS ANGELES -- The Southland saw some light rain overnight as the first of two storms moved into the area, and more scattered showers are possible throughout the day. There is also a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon, according...
  • Body Found in San Gabriel River

    INDUSTRY-- A homicide investigation is being conducted after a man's body was discovered Sunday afternoon in the riverbed of the San Gabriel River. The body has yet to be identified, but is believed to be that of a 40 to 50 year-old man. The man's...
  • Southland Gets Relief From the Heat

    LOS ANGELES -- The Southland is expected to feel relief today after sweltering in unseasonably hot temperatures for three days straight. Several records were set once again Thursday, including:         - 95 in downtown Los Angeles, breaking the record of...