Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Yahoo! Alerts - Today's Local News for Beverly Hills CA

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012 10:21 PM EDT

Today's Local News for Beverly Hills CA :

As of 10:21 PM EDT

Los Angeles Times

L.A. time-lapse photographer takes the long view

Apr 24 9:32 PM EDT

Colin Rich has spent many nights capturing the city's rhythms from out-of-the-way spots, including sneaking behind the Hollywood sign and climbing perilously close to rush-hour traffic. On a steep slope, above a retaining wall with scrawled warnings ("Stay off, Stay out, Private Property"), Colin Rich begins to unpack black bags full of cameras and gear.

Mad cow disease confirmed in California

Apr 24 4:39 PM EDT

Federal officials say a case of mad cow disease has been found in a dairy cow in the Central Valley.

Female teacher charged in year-long sexual affair with student

Apr 24 10:49 AM EDT

A 29-year-old social studies teacher in Fresno is facing six felony charges of allegedly having sex with an underage student

Officials announce sweeping overhaul of California prisons

Apr 24 10:48 AM EDT

The plan would cut spending by billions of dollars, cancel some construction projects, close one lockup and bring back 9,500 inmates housed in other states — all while meeting court orders to reduce crowding and improve medical care. SACRAMENTO — Officials Monday announced an overhaul of California prisons that would cut spending by billions of dollars, cancel some construction projects, close ...

Richard Alarcon accuses rival of 'insider trading'

Apr 24 10:48 AM EDT

The city councilman says Raul Bocanegra, his rival in the 39th Assembly District race, improperly secured a zero-interest loan to buy a condo. A Bocanegra aide calls the accusation 'absolutely ludicrous.' Democrats vying for the 39th Assembly District seat exchanged potshots Monday after one of them, L.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon, held a news conference to charge that his rival had ...

Canyon News

Canyon News - Bridging The Gap

Apr 24 5:26 PM EDT

WOODLAND HILLS– The Woodland Hills Homeowners Organization has filed a lawsuit against the $500 million project of the Village at Westfield Topanga.

Canyon News - Lane Garrison Arrested

Apr 23 6:56 PM EDT

BEVERLY HILLS-Actor Lane Garrison was taken into custody and arrested on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. on his way back to North Palm Drive. He has been accused of both a felony domestic violence and a parole violation.

Canyon News - Zombie Attack Preparation

Apr 21 4:41 PM EDT

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Fire Department officials are as much concerned about preparedness on the part of the citizenry as they are about their own fire fighters and their equipment.

Canyon News - Malibu Reaches $6.6 Million Settlement

Apr 21 4:26 PM EDT

MALIBU —The City of Malibu reached a settlement on Friday, April 13 in a lawsuit filed by environmental groups, Nature Resources Defense Council and the Santa Monica Bay Keeper that held the city in violation of the Clean Water Act.

Canyon News - Two Wheels Over Four

Apr 21 4:26 PM EDT

LOS ANGELES—The fourth annual CicLAvia had Angelinos taking to the streets, abandoning their cars for the day in the name of cycling. CicLAvia took place from Sunday, April 15 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on a 10-mile stretch of City streets, closing thoroughfares to cars.

Beverly Hills Courier

Protest Parade in Hollywood to Observe Armenian Genocide

Apr 24 5:00 PM EDT

Thousands of people marched through the streets of Hollywood today to observe the 97th anniversary of the beginning of the Armenian genocide and to call for the Turkish government to take responsibility for the deaths of about 1.5 million people.

MTA Board Of Directors Meeting To Start At 9:30 A.M.

Apr 24 3:30 PM EDT

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors meeting, originally scheduled for 9 a.m. on Thursday has been postponed to 9:30 a.m. Although the written public comment period closed on Monday, residents will still have the opportunity to speak on the record to the board.

Santa Monica Restaurant Thief Arrested

Apr 24 2:44 PM EDT

A man suspected of stealing a flat screen television from a Santa Monica restaurant was arrested today after an LAPD helicopter crew spotted him on a roof, police said.

Death Penalty Measure to make it onto November Ballots

Apr 24 2:30 PM EDT

An initiative that would replace the death penalty in California with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole has qualified for the November ballot, Secretary of State Debra Bowen announced today.

John Cusack Receiving Star on Walk of Fame Today

Apr 24 2:16 PM EDT

Actor John Cusack will receive the 2,469th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, three days before the release of his latest film, 'The Raven.'

CBS 2 Los Angeles

Tow Truck Driver Surrenders To Police In Glendale

Apr 24 9:45 PM EDT

A tow truck driver, who led police on a chase for more than two hours through the Los Angeles area, has surrendered in Glendale.

Dozens Of Rabbits Dumped At Huntington Beach Park

Apr 24 9:03 PM EDT

Orange County animal care officials say they are baffled as to why someone dumped dozens of rabbits at a Huntington Beach park over the weekend.

Donations Sought To Help Puppy Thrown Against Wall, Repeatedly Kicked

Apr 24 6:43 PM EDT

A 4-month-old puppy that was thrown against a wall and repeatedly kicked and needs surgery to repair an elbow fracture.

Actor John Cusack Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Apr 24 6:42 PM EDT

Actor John Cusack received the 2,469th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday, three days before the release of his latest film, "The Raven."

Simi Valley Approves Porn Condom Law

Apr 24 6:06 PM EDT

The city of Simi Valley has passed a new law that is aimed at keeping adult film productions from entering the municipality.

Orange County Register

USC campus tries to endure double homicide

Apr 24 9:55 PM EDT

LOS ANGELES - The calls started flooding the office of USC campus police Capt. David Carlisle as soon as news of the double-slaying spread: two graduate students gunned down while sitting in a car in a neighborhood west of the campus. A week later, a university police officer shot and wounded a...

Authorities: Bystanders help thwart carjacking attempt

Apr 24 9:51 PM EDT

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - A man who tried to carjack a woman in San Juan Capistrano on Tuesday was arrested after witnesses came to the driver's aid, authorities said. The 23-year-old man is suspected of assaulting a woman and trying to steal her 2012 Porsche about 1:15 p.m. in the 31100 block of...

H.B. school shines at national debate

Apr 24 6:59 PM EDT

HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Pegasus School's Middle School Debate Team placed first as a team at the 2012 Middle School Public Debate Program 10th Annual Nationals this weekend at the competition at Claremont McKenna College. There were over 270 debaters participating from all over the United...

200-mile H.B.-to-Coronado relay draws 6,000

Apr 24 6:48 PM EDT

A 200-mile relay from Huntington Beach to Coronado Island drew 6,000 participants this year, record-breaking numbers for the popular overnight running event. Teams took to the starting line early Friday morning at Huntington State Beach and started on the journey that would take them up the...

Wrestler who died in crash remembered as a hard worker

Apr 24 5:18 PM EDT

Friends and family of Andre Gonzalez, a former Cal State Fullerton wrestler who died in a crash Monday, are remembering the 22-year-old as dedicated and hardworking. "Andre was one of the best all around young men that I've ever been able to coach," said Dan Hicks, Gonzalez's...

The Press-Enterprise

SB COUNTY: Mojave Cross deal reached

Apr 24 1:29 PM EDT

A land swap will allow the cross memorializing WWI veterans to be erected once again on a remote desert hilltop

THOUSAND PALMS: Roll-over wreck kills SUV driver

Apr 23 2:53 PM EDT

Ford Expedition was traveling at high speed along I-10E near Bob Hope Drive

Magnitude-3.9 quake rattles beach, Inland area

Apr 23 1:53 PM EDT

Temblor struck at 10:37 a.m. a mile west of San Juan Capistrano

SAN BERNARDINO: Woman, 94, tied to chair, robbed

Apr 23 10:47 AM EDT

The 94-year-old victim was robbed of her jewelry and left tied to a chair

SAN JACINTO: Motorist backs into police motorcycle, arrested

Apr 22 9:28 PM EDT

Man was trying to avoid DUI checkpoint, sheriff's say

Los Angeles Daily News

USC study: State's population growth slowing dramatically

Apr 24 10:20 PM EDT

California's population growth has slowed dramatically over the past several years, meaning the state likely won't reach 50 million residents until 2046 - 14 years later than previously expected, according to a USC study released Tuesday.

DWP to audit LAUSD sites for energy efficiency

Apr 24 9:54 PM EDT

While refusing requests to lower Los Angeles Unified's utility rates, the DWP will audit the school district's biggest energy-guzzlers - its "Dirty 30" - in the hope of shrinking its $90 million-a-year electric bill.

Man driving tow truck leads police on chase through Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Hollywood, Los Feliz

Apr 24 9:53 PM EDT

LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police followed a tow truck around the city this afternoon after the driver got into a dispute with a police officer at the scene of a collision in the San Fernando Valley.

DWP pursuing 10.5% electric, 5% water hikes

Apr 24 9:50 PM EDT

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power gave notice Tuesday to the City Council that it will seek to raise electricity rates by 10.5 percent and water rates by almost 5 percent over the next two years.

Simi Valley OKs porn condom law

Apr 24 9:49 PM EDT

SIMI VALLEY - Fearing a Los Angeles condom law might drive the adult film industry into their bedroom community, the Simi Valley City Council late Monday approved an ordinance requiring pornographic film performers to wear

NBC Los Angeles

Earthquake Swarm Worries Inland Empire Residents

Apr 24 9:28 PM EDT

A series of earthquakes in the Inland Empire may be worrisome. But experts say it's just earthquake country, and may be typical for the area

2-Hour Police Pursuit of Rogue Tow Truck Ends

Apr 24 8:13 PM EDT

A tow truck was involved in a slow-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley Tuesday afternoon, after the driver of that vehicle reportedly got into an altercation with officers at the scene of a car...

Animal Care Solicits Donations for Abused Puppy "Gordo"

Apr 24 7:13 PM EDT

The LA Department of Animal Care and Control is trying to raise money for a 4-month-old pit bull mix puppy that was abused and needs surgery.

911 Audio: Officer Saves Choking Baby

Apr 24 4:28 PM EDT

Officer Eduardo Flores' day was just getting started when he saved a choking baby.

Magnitude-3.4 Earthquake Shakes Hemet Area

Apr 24 3:58 PM EDT

The magnitude-3.4 earthquakes shook the Hemet area. Photo Credit: USGS

Daily Breeze

DWP notifies L.A. council of proposed rate increases

Apr 24 9:55 PM EDT

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power gave notice Tuesday to the City Council that it will seek to raise electricity rates by 10.5 percent and water rates by almost 5 percent over the next two years.

L.A. councilmen warn LAX air carriers over poor conditions for service workers

Apr 24 9:55 PM EDT

Air carriers need to respond to allegations of poor working conditions at Los Angeles International Airport to avoid threatened service disruptions next week, two Los Angeles city councilmen warned Tuesday.

Redondo Beach man's app overlays historical photos over present-day sites

Apr 24 9:40 PM EDT

Ever wonder what the Redondo Beach waterfront looked like a century ago? Ever wonder what the Redondo Beach waterfront looked like a century ago? Look no further than your iPad.

Crews in the Port of Richmond raise USS Iowa's original mast

Apr 24 9:25 PM EDT

Late Tuesday morning, crews raised the USS Iowa's original mast in the Port of Richmond, where the ship is undergoing restoration.

Free symposium on nontraditional careers for women set for Hawthorne

Apr 24 9:25 PM EDT

A free career symposium on nontraditional careers for women will take place Wednesday night at the Hawthorne Memorial Center.

Ventura County Star

Recycling efforts expand to apartments and businesses in unincorporated county under new law

Apr 24 9:46 PM EDT

New law seeks to boost recycling by businesses and apartment complexes.

McGrath State Beach gets a facelift ahead of reopening

Apr 24 9:43 PM EDT

When he learned that McGrath State Beach was going to close, Ventura County Supervisor John Zaragoza said he was alarmed and was sickened.

Book about the address 50 Main St. features ex-Ventura resident

Apr 24 9:20 PM EDT

A former Ventura resident, who now trains the Navy boxing team at Naval Base Ventura County, is featured in a book about 50 people who live or work at the same address — in 50 states.

Split Ventura City Council approves legislative "focal points"

Apr 24 9:09 PM EDT

Ventura Council narrowly approves set of legislative priorities on Monda night.

Nurses and health workers picket at both St. John's hospitals

Apr 24 9:06 PM EDT

Just as they rotate shifts inside the hospitals, nurses and health care workers rotated outside Tuesday as they picketed over contract negotiations at St. John's Regional Medical Center in Oxnard and St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo.

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