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  1. Today: Trump Will See Lots of Love a for 'Papa Bush'Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Los Angeles Times

    President George H.W. Bush preached "a kinder, gentler nation" and practiced a kind of bipartisanship that hasn't been seen in the White House since. Bush's state funeral on Wednesday will feature a eulogy from his son, former President George W. Bush - but not from President Trump, who will watch the proceedings from a pew.


  2. For the Day of the Dead, children remember Tio George's burgundy bow...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Students from St. Anthony School color face masks at a workshop at Calvary Cemetery in East Los Angeles to teach youngsters about Dia de los Muertos. Still, Sofia Burt, 8, remembers dancing in his arms and hearing him call out to her, "Hey, my little sunflower."


  3. Yes on Measure W for clean beaches and oceans - and, possibly, 'new' drinking waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    An inflatable dam diverts water from the San Gabriel River to the Paseo del Rio at San Gabriel Coast Basin spreading grounds in Pico Rivera, Calif. on March 7, 2016.


  4. Neighborhood Spotlight: Montebello, close (but not too close) to the action, offers reasonable pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Montebello has played an outsized role in the history of California, from the earliest days of the Spanish conquest to the Mexican-American War. The region was first settled by Europeans in the 1770s, when Spanish emissaries of the Catholic Church set about establishing the mission system, through which they would subjugate the native peoples of what they called Alta California.


  5. Man suspected of three killings, four vicious assaults in L.A....Read the original story

    Sep 25, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    A surveillance image shows Ramon Escobar, the man who police believe committed a series of baseball bat attacks against homeless men in downtown Los Angeles. A Houston-area man is now suspected of killing three people and seriously injuring four others in a series of brutal assaults in Los Angeles and Santa Monica that caused widespread panic in the region's sprawling homeless community, authorities said Tuesday.


  6. Man killed under Santa Monica Pier was sleeping after fishing trip, not homeless, family saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    A 39-year-old San Gabriel man was found beaten to death under the Santa Monica Pier on Thursday. Police initially described him as homeless, but the victim's family says he was sleeping outside after a fishing trip when he was killed.


  7. Week 1 High School Football Preview: Costa Mesa vs. SantiagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Senior quarterback Blake Juncker, shown during practice on Aug. 14, threw a touchdown pass last week for the Costa Mesa High football team.


  8. Rewards offered for return of man abducted from San Gabriel shopping centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Ruochen "Tony" Liao, 28, of Santa Ana was abducted by three men from a shopping center in San Gabriel last month, authorities said. The FBI on Monday offered a reward of up to $25,000 for information that could help find a Santa Ana man who authorities say was abducted from a San Gabriel shopping center last month.


  9. California lawmakers support $321,000 settlement for discrimination lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the settlement with Valerie Thompson, a 57-year-old African American woman who sued the conservancy, alleging she was mistreated by the staff of the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, including executive director Mark Stanley. Thompson's lawsuit alleged that Stanley, who is also African American, spoke to her in a "demeaning and derogatory tone," denied her promotional opportunities and time-off requests, failed to accommodate a disability, and sought to downgrade her job to a part-time position.


  10. Shopping for cactus? There's a big show in ArcadiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Need something a little heat tolerant for August? Next weekend's cactus and succulent sale at the Los Angeles Arboretum is being plugged as the biggest in the nation. The 33rd Annual Inter-City Cactus and Succulent Show takes place Aug. 11-12 at the Arcadia gardens.


  11. 'Juicy' air brings sticky heat and a chance of thunderstorms to Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Clouds above downtown Los Angeles in 2015. An unusual weather system arrived July 18, bringing a chance of thunderstorms and brief downpours.


  12. The best place for California's water is undergroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Water flowing from the San Gabriel River into the Paseo del Rio at San Gabriel Coast Basin spreading grounds on March 7, 2016 in Pico Rivera, Calif. Here's a suggestion for decision-makers on the California Water Commission who are now finalizing the distribution of $7.5 billion in bond money for storage projects: Look underground.


  13. Neighborhood Spotlight: Signal Hill keeps progress in view without blocking out its oil town pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    The city of Signal Hill takes its name from the promontory at its heart, a rise that juts 365 feet above the plains of the southern Los Angeles Basin. The commanding mountains-to-ocean views it offers led the Tongva to establish a camp at its peak from which to signal their kinsmen across the region and all the way out to Catalina Island.


  14. He took the gun from Sirhan Sirhan's hand - and then took one...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    He took the gun from Sirhan Sirhan's hand - and then took one of the most tragic photos in American history Only a few press photographers were there in the crowd of fans and family and campaign workers that swept Robert F. Kennedy off the victory podium and into the kitchen pantry at the Ambassador Hotel in the very early hours of June 5, 1968. One of them was Boris Yaro, a 30-year-old Los Angeles Times photographer/reporter who was already off-duty, but who wanted a souvenir picture of the man he expected to be the nation's next president.


  15. Oodles of noodles and coctelesRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Welcome to the weekend, and to June. We've just finished Food Bowl, our monthlong food festival full of dinners, talks, classes and panels celebrating this city's excellent chefs and food scene.


  16. Hoteliers are building mostly upscale projects to meet travel demandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Construction continues on the Hyatt Place San Gabriel, shown last year. A new study says that most hotel projects in the U.S. are for luxury, upper- and upper-midscale hotels, a sign that the hospitality industry is optimistic about the economy.


  17. Here's how the LAPD connects with immigrant communities on edge in the Trump eraRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Al Labrada, an LAPD captain at the Hollenbeck Division in Boyle Heights, entered the United States illegally as a child. Now a U.S. citizen, he is trying to reach out to immigrants on the Eastside who are currently in the country illegally.


  18. Firefighters battle blaze at San Gabriel strip mallRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    A call came in shortly after 6 a.m. about the fire at the corner of New Avenue and Valley Boulevard, according to the San Gabriel Fire Department.


  19. Essential Arts & Culture: Glenda Jackson's scalpel, Laurie...Read the original story

    Apr 28, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    An unforgettable encounter with Glenda Jackson. Laurie Anderson reinvents the book tour.


  20. Yes on Proposition 68 to preserve parks, protect water supply and enhance our climate resilienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Proposition 68 would allow California to sell $4.1 billion in bonds to pay for desperately needed improvements in parks and water systems. It's a sound investment.


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