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L.A. at HomeWomen Organizing Resources, Knowledge & Services, a Los Angeles nonprofit housing developer known as WORKS, has received a design award from the California Preservation Foundation for Pisgah Village, a development in Highland Park for low-income senior...
A freckle-faced Malloy Sparling wraps her dirt-dusted fingers around a three-pronged cultivator and looks up with a big-toothed smile. "We're making a garden," she says, plucking a weed out of the ground, then wiping her little hands on her tomato red T-...
FOX40 NewsNathaniel Burris, the suspect arrested in yesterday's Bay Area tollbooth double murder, has been picked up by Richmond Police. Burris was handed over from the Auburn Jail, despite his attempts to fight extradition. He will face charges in Contra Costa...
Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO -- A man suspected of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend and another person at the entrance to a busy San Francisco Bay toll bridge was arrested early Wednesday after an overnight manhunt. Nathaniel Burris, 46, of Richmond, Calif., was...
Tags: San Francisco, Defense, Murder, Travel, California
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAs the state weighs cutting about $8.1 billion from public schools, colleges and universities, scores of educators, parents, students and others told lawmakers Monday that such reductions would jeopardize student success and safety in the short term and...
Associated PressA California man who rapped about murder in songs posted on his MySpace page was arrested Saturday by investigators who suspect him of killing four people in a central Virginia college town. Richard Alden Samuel McCroskey III, 20, of Castro Valley,...
Tags: Murder, MySpace, Assault, Colleges and Universities, California
Joe Domanick, author of "Cruel Justice: Three Strikes and the Politics of Crime in America's Golden State," is senior fellow in criminal justice at the USC Annenberg Institute for Justice and JournaliIN MARCH, 1981, 19-year-old Fernando Belmontes drove to the San Joaquin Valley home of an acquaintance, Steacy McConnell, hoping to steal her stereo while she was out. Unfortunately, Belmontes had miscalculated and McConnell was home — and in an...
Tags: Ethics, Trials, Punishment, Eyewear, Murder
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — By day, veteran California Rep. George Miller (D-Martinez) advises party leaders on long-range strategy. He fights for increased school aid on the House Education and the Workforce committees. And, as befits one of the most senior...
Tags: Dick Durbin, White House, Henry Waxman, New York, Barbara Boxer
Planning this trip THE BEST WAY From LAX, American, United, Southwest and Virgin America have nonstop flights to San Francisco. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $78. Or from Los Angeles, drive Interstate 5 north for about 400 miles until it...
States and many U.S. territories have tourism offices to help visitors. When requesting travel literature, be as specific as possible. Alabama: Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel, 401 Adams Ave., Suite 126, P.O. Box 4927, Montgomery, AL 36103; (800) 252-...
Tags: Oregon, 60601 (zip code), Nevada, Phoenix (Cook, Illinois), Utah
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCalifornians have twice as much of flame-retardant chemicals in their blood and as much as 10 times more of them in their homes than elsewhere in the country, researchers say. Older children and infants, who may be more susceptible to the harmful effects...
Chinese claim on Tibet doubted Re "China's view of Tibet," Opinion, April 25 Kishore Mahbubani makes the mistake of viewing Tibet's history, the recent uprising and the West's response through the prism of governments instead of people. The Tibetan...
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