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  • Thousands turn out for 123rd annual Rose Parade

    Thousands turn out for 123rd annual Rose Parade
    Thousands gathered under clear, blue skies Monday for Pasadena’s yearly spectacle of fantastical floral floats, high-stepping marching bands and colorful equestrian units. Themed "Just Imagine," the 123rd Tournament of Roses Parade was expected...
  • Suspect in parole agent's shooting apprehended, officials say

    A parolee suspected of shooting and critically wounding a parole agent in Lake View Terrace was detained Wednesday evening after an hours-long dragnet, law enforcement officials told The Times. Multiple law enforcement officials who spoke to The Times...
  • Tributes to California's war dead

    Tributes to California's war dead
    On this Me­mori­al Day, the Los Angeles Times and Times Community News pays trib­ute to the Cali­for­nia ser­vice mem­bers who have died in the wars in Afgh­anistan and Ir­aq by pub­lish­ing a se­lec­tion of com­ments pos­ted over the last year by those...
  • Papers sue state to get spending records

    The Los Angeles Times, Times Community News and the Sacramento Bee filed a lawsuit Friday seeking disclosure of state Assembly members' annual budget records in the wake of a dispute between Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) and...
  • Styles intersect in Pacific Asia Museum exhibit

    Styles intersect in Pacific Asia Museum exhibit
    A visit to the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena proves that the cultural divide between a one-time teenage graffiti artist from East Los Angeles and a 19th century Japanese woodblock print master is narrower than you might think. Separate exhibitions of...
  • Gusty winds to lash Southern California as storm departs

    Gusty winds to lash Southern California as storm departs
    Possibly damaging winds were expected to whip Southern California early Thursday with gusts of up to 35 mph as the sun returns to Los Angeles. The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for the morning and early afternoon. High temperatures...
  • A book fair for the ages

    A book fair for the ages
    It's been long rumored that print is dead — the Internet its murderer. But after a trip to the California International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Pasadena Convention Center last weekend, I'm happy to report the rumors aren't true. The future of...
  • Family insists son who jumped from CV High roof was bullied

    Family insists son who jumped from CV High roof was bullied
    Days after their 15-year-old son died after jumping off of a third-story building at his high school, the parents of Drew Ferraro said they learned by reading his journal that he had been bullied by classmates in the last months of his life. "There was...
  • Times Community News online content to remain free

    The Los Angeles Times’ announcement Friday that it would start charging for full access to its website will not affect the company’s community news division. Starting March 5, people who do not subscribe to the Los Angeles Times print edition...
  • Forest Service to drop fees at most national forests

    Forest Service to drop fees at most national forests
    The U.S. Forest Service plans to grant free access to nearly all national forest lands, scaling back unpopular recreation fees that have raised the ire of hikers but also sent millions of dollars to Southern California's heavily used forests. The...
  • Start the Presses: Rewarding times in the newsroom

    Awards ceremonies are usually long, dull affairs. Fortunately, when you're dealing with such fetes given by journalists, you tend to deal with more interesting — or at least creative — types. And an open bar. Always an open bar. On Thursday,...
  • Concrete barriers coming down in La Crescenta

    Concrete barriers coming down in La Crescenta
    They weren’t the most flattering addition to the neighborhood, and three years after the devastating Station fire the foothills of La Crescenta are bidding farewell to nearly half a mile of concrete barriers installed to guard against mudslides....