The star of L.A. Weekly's current cover story -- a talented and gentle young man named Bryant Mangum, aka UPN member "Sight," fresh out of four years in state prison for scratching up the L.A. bus system as a teenager -- has been suspended from his job as a result of the story.
As we revealed in "L ... More >>
Forget Lunchables, the real cool kids in grade school were the ones had kimbap in their brown bags. Those loosely wrapped rice and seaweed rolls stuffed with this and that, a close cousin of Japanese futomaki, are one of the favorite mobile lunches in Korea. You can find packages of kimbap in the de ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with Morgan found. First posted at 8:07 a.m. Monday.
Friends and family are looking for a petite young woman who they say never returned after taking out the trash Saturday morning in Hollywood.
Chianti Edward Morgan, who calls herself Chianti Love, says on her Facebook page ... More >>
Dennis Gilbert, insurance salesmanâ€‹Now that Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the Dodgers, we can turn our attention to potential new owners for the team.The top contender is probably Dennis J. Gilbert. He's got a great story. He's a local guy, went to Gardena High School and L.A. City College. He ... More >>
Walking through the tent city out front L.A. City Hall last night, spirits were high.
A man in a ragged suit balanced on a fire hydrant, waving a sign with "Join us, don't be scared!" magic-markered in Spanish. Another man, in dreads, lit up some sage on the lawn next to him. Little kids with "99 p ... More >>
Los Angeles Community College District's building techniqueYes, it could be argued that the timing of the L.A. Times expose on the Los Angeles Community College District's misspending of an alarming percentage of $5.7 billion in bonds comes at an awkward time, days before the March 8 electio ... More >>
The national DREAM Act, which would have created a path to permanent residency in the United State for some illegal immigrant college students, might have died in Congress last month.
But L.A. state Assemblyman Gil Cedillo, an L.A. Democrat, is reviving his own version of the California DREA ... More >>
Los Angeles Mission College
California Watch, which is a project of the Center for Investigative Reporting, details how a contractor for the Los Angeles Community College District needed to be babysat to meet construction standards and was, according to the president of L.A. City College, doi ... More >>