5 hrs ago
Ismayl Sillakh vs. Ricardo Campillo Clash in Ontario
The scheduled nine-bout 'Finish the Fight' card will be presented by All Star Promotions and Down 2 Fight Promotions.
10 hrs ago
Boilerplate Symposium X a: Professor Radin Responds to Week I
This is the first part of the tenth in a series of posts reviewing Margaret Jane Radin's Boilerplate: The Fine Print, Vanishing Rights and the Rule of Law .
16 hrs ago
Sacramento joins World Trade Week celebrations
World Trade Week is a national initiative to spark more interest in exports and foreign investment.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Willits News
Willits datebook for May 24 to June 5
Sunday prices are $3 per bag. *Willits 10,000 step community walk: register at 10 a.m. at JD Redhouse.
It's Fiesta time in Hermosa Beach
Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of summer and here in the South Bay there's only one way to kick-off the beach season.
Tue May 21, 2013
NBC Los Angeles
a aVoters Head to Polls for Historic L.A. Mayor's Racea
Either City Controller Wendy Greuel or Councilman Eric Garcetti will make history as the next mayor of Los Angeles: Greuel would be the city's first female mayor, while Garcetti would be the city's first Jewish mayor.
Mon May 20, 2013
NBC Los Angeles
Six Candidates Vie for Top LA City Posts
Angelenos will take to the polls Tuesday to choose the city's next mayor, attorney and controller after the candidates in those three major races failed to secure a majority of the vote in the March 5 election.
Fri May 17, 2013
Santa Paula Times
Jim Garfield: Good-humored former Mayor, community activist passes
You could always tell when Jim Garfield was in the building: no matter how serious the discussion, within minutes there would be the sound of laughter prompted by one of Jim's surefire quips.
Wed May 15, 2013
Capture California History In A Photograph At The Hollywood Sign
It's impossible to snap a more iconic photo from your trip through California than that of the famous Hollywood Sign.
Ana Martinez: The Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Girl
In other cities, vice president of the Chamber of Commerce would not be considered a flashy gig.
Mon May 13, 2013
New Latin Restaurant to Open on Mission Street
No sooner had La Monarca opened than construction started on Crossings, and now: Aro Latin Bar and Restaurant plans its opening for fall.
Where Do You Go on Day Trips Near Cerritos and Artesia?
Remember when you first heard the word staycation? Most likely it was way back in the early years of the 21st century, when gas prices spiked tremendously.
The Business Journal
Bill seeks to close business license backlog
A bill recently signed by Gov. Jerry Brown seeks to eliminate a two-month long delay on the state level in processing business applications.
Fri May 10, 2013
Whittier Daily News
Whittier council fine tunes proposed budget
Sidewalks, the graves of pioneers who were Whittier's founders and mobile apps were on the minds of City Council members at their budget meeting earlier this week.
Friday Attack Ad Roundup: Garcetti Slammed Over Occupy L.A., Greuel Camp Threatens Lawsuit
Mic check! Finally, someone has dragged Occupy L.A. into the race for mayor. In a web-only video released today, the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce attacked Eric Garcetti for inviting the Occupy movement to "stay as long as you need to" on the City Hall lawn back in the revolutionary days of 2011.
Thu May 09, 2013
Los Angeles National Bank to Get New Owner
Royal Business Bank is expected to complete its acquisition of Buena Park-based Los Angles National Bank by the end of next week, according to Juan Sandoval, assistant vice president.
S Korean leader talks trade, tourism in California
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye addresses a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
Wed May 08, 2013
Wide variation in L.A.'s jobless rate
You can get a flavor of the county's large, diverse economy by looking at the monthly employment numbers.
BSN Railyard Approved Despite LBUSD, City Appeal
Despite opposition by environmentalists, Long Beach City Hall and one of the state's largest school district concerned about children's health, the BNSF Railyway's $500 million project was approved today by the L.A. City Council.