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LADWP is hosting an Reservoir update meeting tonight at Ivanhoe Elementary School
Target will pay $1.2M, but ongoing funding for the facility is uncertain
Lawsuit filed vs. Eastman Kodak, which previously used the site
Nearly 5,000 miles of broken sidewalks are in need of repair. Recycled plastics and rubber tires to be used in pilot program
Bus stops include Los Feliz Village, the Greek, the observatory and at Mt. Hollywood Drive.
A judge once more ruled the previous sale to local businesswoman Dana Hollister was invalid.
The action is the result of a lawsuit filed by Sunset Ranch stables citing so many pedestrians have hurt their business.
The fire was reported at 4:27 a.m. at 4659 W. Fountain Ave. There were no injuries, and arson was ruled out as a possible cause.
O'Farrell was reelected in a landslide, but there have been two, possibly three, accounts of alleged Armenian voter fraud in his district.
L.A.'s most controversial ballot measure, which was fought widely by elected officials and would have halted many developments, lost in a landslide March 7th.
Second suspect still at large, described as white male, 6'3. Call detectives at (323) 561-3324 with information.
We talk traffic and transit with the six cd13 candidates in the final installment of our series leading up to the March 7th election.
Don’t worry, the bookstore isn’t closing.
The small lot subdivision will join controversial developments City Lights and Olive Hill, both less than a mile away.
During recent heavy rains, a flatbed truck driving on Duane Street lost control and careened down the street’s steep hill.
Sheila Klein’s 'Vermonica' was erected in 1993, a full 15 years before Chris Burden’s 'Urban Light' at LACMA.
Beachwood Canyon residents say what is still missing from Ryu’s office is a long-term solution to the Hollywood Sign tourism issue.
'Vermont and Hillhurst could use a bit of enlivening at night to create a better sense of entering the business district,' said LFNC's Matthew Luery.
Ambroz compared the city's planning commission to having a jury of your peers in a court case.

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Blue Days Ahead for Silver Lake Reservoir

LADWP is hosting an Reservoir update meeting tonight at Ivanhoe Elementary School

Target Payment for Child Care Facility Approved by City

Target will pay .2M, but ongoing funding for the facility is uncertain

LAPD Officer Says Chemicals at Former Northeast Station Caused Brain Tumor

Lawsuit filed vs. Eastman Kodak, which previously used the site

City to Study Alternate Materials to Fix Broken Sidewalks

Nearly 5,000 miles of broken sidewalks are in need of repair. Recycled plastics and rubber tires to be used in pilot program

Park Visits Easier Now with Expanded Bus Service

Bus stops include Los Feliz Village, the Greek, the observatory and at Mt. Hollywood Drive.

Judge Clears Way for Perry Convent Purchase (Again)

A judge once more ruled the previous sale to local businesswoman Dana Hollister was invalid.

Popular Trailhead to Close to Public

The action is the result of a lawsuit filed by Sunset Ranch stables citing so many pedestrians have hurt their business.

100 Firefighters Battled East Hollywood Blaze

The fire was reported at 4:27 a.m. at 4659 W. Fountain Ave. There were no injuries, and arson was ruled out as a possible cause.

O’Farrell Re-Elected Amid Questions

O'Farrell was reelected in a landslide, but there have been two, possibly three, accounts of alleged Armenian voter fraud in his district.

Measure S Defeated

L.A.'s most controversial ballot measure, which was fought widely by elected officials and would have halted many developments, lost in a landslide March 7th.

UPDATE: One Arrested in Los Home Feliz Robbery

Second suspect still at large, described as white male, 6'3. Call detectives at (323) 561-3324 with information.

Woman Named in Silver Lake Police Shooting

The 45-year-old woman is hospitalized. Her condition is unknown.

New Restaurant Planned for Skylight Books Building

Don’t worry, the bookstore isn’t closing.

Steve Allen Teardown Brings 3rd New Development

The small lot subdivision will join controversial developments City Lights and Olive Hill, both less than a mile away.

Los Feliz Getting Brighter?

'Vermont and Hillhurst could use a bit of enlivening at night to create a better sense of entering the business district,' said LFNC's Matthew Luery.

L.A.’s Powerful Planning President

Ambroz compared the city's planning commission to having a jury of your peers in a court case.

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