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New report finds increase in Los Angeles County violent hate crimes

Violent hate crimes, especially against transgender people, and religious crimes, particularly against Jewish people, increased in Los Angeles County in 2019, according to an released by the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on Friday, Oct. 23. While the number of hate crimes overall increased by just one incident — 523 in 2018 to 524 a year later —  the authors of the report found that the percentage of violent hate crimes increased countywide. According to the report, of all t...
Tags: Crime, News, Washington, China, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Social Issues, DEA, Race Relations, Social Justice, Hate, Southern California, Northridge, Lee


VIDEO: Watch Justin Turner’s home run, double and big-time play in Game 3 of the World Series

WATCH IT: The Dodgers’ Justin Turner is having a big night in Game 3 of the World Series against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Watch his lead-off home run in the first inning, his big grab that led to an inning-ending double play in the third inning and his two-out double in the bottom half of the inning that led to two more runs. He’s a big reason the Dodgers jumped to a 5-0 lead. JT having a day for #Dodgers in just 3 innings. HR, 2B, 2 runs, RBI, and a spectacular play at #B to start inning end...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Los Angeles Dodgers, David James, Dodgers, Justin Turner, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Max Muncy


LA County reports another 2,773 COVID cases, 23 deaths

LOS ANGELES >> As it continues to resolve a backlog of testing results caused by technical problems in its reporting systems, Los Angeles County announced 2,773 new COVID-19 cases Friday, along with 23 more deaths. The county had reported unusually low daily case numbers earlier this week due to the unspecified technical problems. The issues began to resolve Thursday, when the county announced 3,600 new cases, the largest number since a surge that occurred after the Fourth of July holiday. Count...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Breaking News, Pasadena, Local News, County, Los Angeles County, Sun Valley, Department of Public Health, LA County, Grace Community Church, Barbara Ferrer, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB


Will poll watchers be out in Southern California for Nov. 3 election?

The first rule of being an election observer is you do not interfere with the conduct of the election. Also no bothering poll workers, no taking pictures or looking at confidential voter information, no wearing campaign clothes or buttons, and no challenging someone’s right to cast a ballot. Plus there are a handful of other rules, as California Secretary of State Alex Padilla explained in a memo to county elections officials last month – but most registrars and groups that recruit and train vol...
Tags: News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Voters, Orange County, Donald Trump, Riverside County, Southern California, San Bernardino, State, Los Angeles County, Riverside, San Bernardino County


Chargers mixing up the defense with little success

COSTA MESA — Jalen Ramsey once said nothing ever changed in Gus Bradley’s defensive scheme. It was the same plays week after week while the two were together in Jacksonville. Ramsey was likely just stating the obvious then, not throwing shade at the head coach the Jaguars fired in 2017. Bradley knows his scheme is predictable. But plenty has changed since Jacksonville, with Ramsey now playing for the Rams and Bradley in his fourth season as the Chargers’ defensive coordinator. The Jaguars will m...
Tags: Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Jackson, Saints, Taylor, Keenan Allen, Jacksonville, Turner, Jones, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bradley


3 Oroville Men Accused Of Murdering 2 Florida Men In Butte County

OROVILLE (CBS13) – Detectives arrested three men in connection to the murders of two Florida men whose bodies were found east of Oroville in Forbestown, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday. Michael Griff, 21, Austin Hogan, 21, and Kyle Smith, 24, were booked into the Butte County Jail, each on two counts of first-degree murder in connection to the shooting deaths of 39-year-old Jerry Bonds and 33-year-old Randy Bonds, authorities said. On Wednesday evening, Family members of Je...
Tags: Florida, Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Los Angeles, Nevada, Oroville, Smith, Reno, Ponderosa, Hogan, Jerry, Butte County, Griff, Kyle Smith


LA needs to ‘aggressively’ cut services, costs as projected revenue gap may hit $600 million

The city of Los Angeles’s fiscal outlook has worsened, and leaders will need to cut services “aggressively,” including potentially moving forward with layoffs, in order to find as much as $600 million to close the revenue gap in this year’s budget, the municipality’s top budget adviser said in a report released Friday, Oct. 23. City officials had previously been projecting that amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, revenues could come up short by between $200 million and $400 million. But in a ne...
Tags: Health, Politics, Budget, News, California, Washington, France, La, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Disneyland, Eric Garcetti, LA County, Garcetti


Too Far? Joseline Hernandez Tells Tamar Braxton “Die Bitch!” After Suicide Attempt

Amid Tamar Braxton’s beef with her family, Joseline Hernandez recently took to social media to wish death on the former The Real host. Tamar recently slammed her family members and WeTV after watching the latest trailer for Braxton Family Values Season 7, which addressed her suicide attempt over the summer. In the trailer, Tamar’s mother, Evelyn Braxton, said to the cameras: “Toni called, she told me that Tamar was rushed to the hospital because she tried to commit suicide.” The trailer also sho...
Tags: Celebs, Beyonce, Los Angeles, Pop Culture, Jazz, Tamar, Toni, Braxton, Joseline Hernandez, Tamar Braxton, Tay Tay, Ritz Carlton Residences, Joseline, Evelyn Braxton, David Adefeso, Tamron Hall Don


Target to hold grand openings for six Southern California stores

Target will hold a grand opening Sunday, Oct. 25 for six new Southern California stores, bringing the retailer’s Southland total to 114 locations. One of the stores, on West Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, is 150,000 square feet, but the rest are small-format locations that average around 30,000 square feet. They will collectively employ more than 600 workers. That will bump the Minneapolis-based retailer’s local workforce to nearly 21,000, and it will boost its nationwide store count to nearly...
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, Minneapolis, California, Los Angeles, Walmart, Sport, Economy, Soccer, Target, Cornell, Brian Cornell, Southern California, Southland, Mulligan


Festival Pass: Drive-ins, hair bands and a streaming music fest, oh my

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. I’m a big football fan. A cardboard cutout version of me may be sitting at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore — where the Ravens play — as you read this. (My mom, my husband and I are sitting behind Edgar Allan Poe in the “Baltimore” end zone. Seriously.) One of my favorite things on NFL Sundays is to listen for the music played around commercial breaks. Lately,...
Tags: Facebook, London, Nbc, California, Edgar Allan Poe, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks, Hachette, Las Vegas, Coachella


Voting by mail? Most Californians have preferred it over in-person voting for years

In the dramatic midterm elections of 2018, when the fate of the House and Senate hung in the balance and a new governor was about to be enthroned, two of every three votes tallied in California were cast via mail-in ballots rather than by in-person voting —even in the absence of a deadly pandemic. By-mail voting has long played a dominant role in Golden State democracy, so the ballot-in-every-mailbox experiment currently underway is not so much revolution as evolution. But understanding the part...
Tags: California, Washington, Senate, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, House, DMV, Orange County, Smith, Orange, Ucla, Southern California, San Bernardino, Alexander


Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden Buy $14.7 Million Beverly Hills Compound

After a full decade spent living in a sprawling Coldwater Canyon estate she bought from Candice Bergen, Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden have upgraded to a new home in a different section of the 90210, where some of their nearest new neighbors include Vin Diesel, Gene Simmons, John Mayer, Kate Upton and Justin Verlander. The […]
Tags: Actors, Los Angeles, Compass, Benji Madden, Entertainers, Beverly Hills Post Office, Justin Verlander, Coldwater Canyon, Hilton & Hyland, Cameron Diaz Benji Madden, Candice Bergen Cameron Diaz, Vin Diesel Gene Simmons John Mayer Kate Upton


Canadian Standup Star Russell Peters Downsizes in the Valley

Right about the same time he sealed the deal on the $7.8 million sale of his nearly 12,000-square-foot mansion in the celeb-packed Hidden Hills area of the San Fernando Valley’s far western suburbs, Canadian standup star Russell Peters, over the last couple of decades one of the most well known and highest earning comedians on […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Entertainers, Valley, Keller Williams, San Fernando Valley, Russell Peters, Hidden Hills, Encino, Performers, Rodeo Realty, Standup Star Russell Peters Downsizes


Boston startups expand region’s venture capital footprint

This year has shaken up venture capital, turning a hot early start to 2020 into a glacial period permeated with fear during the early days of COVID-19. That ice quickly melted as venture capitalists discovered that demand for software and other services that startups provide was accelerating, pushing many young tech companies back into growth mode, and investors back into the check-writing arena. Boston has been an exemplar of the trend, with early pandemic caution dissolving into rapid-fire dea...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Entrepreneurship, Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Tech, Harvard, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Aerospace, New England, Flagship Pioneering


Brian Bars Burns – “Next Chapter of Life” (Album)

Inspired and influenced by the Dead Prez “Lets Get Free” album, rising Los Angeles, CA based Hip Hop artist Brian Bars Burns releases his debut album “Next Chapter of Life” entirely produced by Dan Morze. Next Chapter of Life (prod. Dan Morze) by Brian Bars Burns The post Brian Bars Burns - "Next Chapter of Life" (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Los Angeles, Albums, Jazz, Brian Bars Burns, Dan Morze Next Chapter of Life, Dan Morze


EDD Fraud Concerns Forces Action In California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — At least 350,000 debit cards filled with money for unemployment benefits in California have been frozen because of suspected fraud, state officials said, revealing how prevalent the problem has become now that the state has paid more than $105 billion in benefits since March. California’s Employment Development Department said contributing factors in the freezes include “a high number of claims at a single address.” The agency said the claims were part of the fede...
Tags: Pua, California, Office, California News, Los Angeles, Fraud, Unemployment, Beverly Hills, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Employment Development Department, Baines, Duane Morris, California s Employment Development Department, Michael Bernick, Fontrell Antonio Baines


Los Angeles County settles civil suit involving deputy public defender

Los Angeles County has agreed to pay out $450,000 to settle a civil case involving an alleged sexual assault by a deputy public defender of a client at a Lancaster courthouse five years ago, according to county records. The plaintiff, Dominga, accused Emmanuel Bart-Plange, who was the woman’s court-appointed attorney in a petty theft case in 2015, of coercing her to give him oral sex and then warning her to keep quiet, according to the 2018 civil lawsuit against the county and Bart-Plange. The p...
Tags: News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Chatsworth, Los Angeles County, Lancaster, LA County, Suh, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Arias, State Bar, Michael D Antonovich, Bart Plange


Chain Reaction, Anaheim’s all-ages concert venue, announces plans to close as supporters rally to save it

Anaheim’s all-ages club Chain Reaction announced that it would be officially closing its doors after being unable to host live music for the last seven months due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a post on the venue’s official Facebook and Instagram pages Friday morning, Chain Reaction decided to close indefinitely. Noting that the venue hadn’t received any financial help and had no clear path to safe reopening, the post said the club had paid to get out of the current lease. However, j...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Instagram, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Disneyland, Lenny Kravitz, Orange County, Concerts, Huntington Beach, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lincoln Avenue


Small bites: Wear a mask and eat at the same time with this inventive face covering

I keep encountering commentaries on when, and how, to use face masks at restaurants. Fairly obvious is wearing a mask when you walk in, while you wait, and until you’re seated. But…then what? Let us hope the staff is masked — and wearing shields as well. Ditto those laboring in the kitchen. And behind the bar. (If they’re not, this might not be where you want to have a meal!). But then, what to do while you dine? I’ve come upon numerous suggestions that you should keep the mask on between bites....
Tags: Restaurants, Israel, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, Dining, Gavin Newsom, Mardi Gras, San Clemente, Sherman Oaks, North Hollywood, Ventura Blvd Sherman Oaks, Reseda Blvd Northridge, Merrill Shindler


Consumers forfeited $60 million in bottle, can deposits, watchdog group says

A watchdog group claims California consumers left $60 million in unredeemed bottle and can deposits with the state in the first six months of 2020 amid plunging redemption rates and a deepening economic crisis for California’s recycling centers. Drawing upon , the state’s recycling regulator, Consumer Watchdog calculates the redemption rate — that at which consumers directly redeem deposits — dropped to 60.2% from 66% during that period. The decline occurred despite an 8.4% uptick in deposit be...
Tags: Business, News, California, Oregon, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Maine, Iowa, Michigan, Vermont, Consumer Watchdog, Gavin Newsom, Whittier, Tucker, KLUG


Lulu Wang, Barry Jenkins Buy Melissa Cobb’s Elegant L.A. Estate

Back in May, Netflix VP Melissa Cobb hoisted her elegant Eastside L.A. home onto the market amid substantial publicity. The half-acre estate recently sold for $5.1 million — a sizable chunk off Cobb’s $5.85 million ask but still a very big number for the area — to fellow showbiz success stories Lulu Wang (“The Farewell”) […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Compass, Silver Lake, Directors, Cobb, Showbiz, Melissa Cobb, Lulu Wang, PLG Estates, Lulu Wang Barry Jenkins Buy Melissa Cobb


Trailer: "The Donut King" is the rags-to-riches-to-rags story of a refugee who cornered the west coast donut market

Ted Ngoy came to Los Angeles from Cambodia in the 1970s with a dream. He soon created a donut empire that even Dunkin' Donuts found it too difficult to break into the market. At his high point, he was worth $2OM. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Documentary, Los Angeles, Cambodia, Dunkin Donuts, Ted Ngoy, Rise And Fall, The Donut King, Rags To Riches To Rags


Business Insider spoke to more than 30 insiders about how Jay Penske has shrugged off scandal to become a media powerhouse

Michael Kovac/Getty Images He has movie-star good looks, a former Victoria's Secret model wife, and a billionaire father.Now Jay Penske can lay claim to the second-largest audience in digital publishing in the US.On September 23, Penske Media Corporation, or PMC, which owns Rolling Stone, Variety, and Women's Wear Daily, announced it would take control of The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, and Vibe as part of a joint venture with the entertainment company MRC. The new entity will be called...
Tags: Hollywood, Ben Affleck, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Victoria, Comscore, Mrc, Hearst, Rolling Stone Magazine, Mohammed bin Salman, PMC, Penske, Roger Penske, Jay Penske, Penske Media Corporation


A massive legal fight still hangs over the Aliso Canyon gas leak, five years later

FIRST IN A SERIES  | ALISO CANYON: FIVE YEARS OF TUMULT Part one, today, Oct. 23: The leak spurred quite literally dozens of suits involving thousands of plaintiffs.Part two, coming Saturday, Oct. 24: An infographic offers a glimpse of the leak, the effort to cap it and energy consumption in California. The Aliso Canyon storage facility leak, which released an estimated 109,000 metric tons of natural gas into the air in and around the northwest San Fernando Valley, has led to a level of litiga...
Tags: Health, Business, News, California, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, Oliver, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Aliso Canyon, Porter Ranch, Socalgas


Apple's iPhone 12 is here, but 5G still needs to catch up

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the 5G iPhone 12 earlier this week. Apple Apple's iPhone 12, which launches on Friday, marks the company's first smartphones to come with 5G. While it's an important step for the iPhone, 5G support alone isn't enough of a reason to upgrade. The fastest 5G networks operate at a short range and are only found in very limited areas around the US. But bringing 5G to the iPhone 12 ensures that the phone will remain relevant in the future as 5G networks develop over t...
Tags: Apple, Verizon, Cook, Instagram, Washington, US, Samsung, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Indianapolis, Smartphones, Analysis, United States, Tim Cook, Smith


McIlroy snaps as game fails to fire with Masters looming

Rory McIlroy completes the destruction of his club Rory McIlroy wanted to feel the heat of competition in the ZOZO Championship but ended up feeling steam shooting out of his ears after breaking a club in frustration on the final hole of an opening 73 in Los Angeles.The world No 5 is painfully aware that he hasn’t won since last November and failed to...
Tags: England, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Colombia, United States, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Pga Tour, McIlroy, Kevin Kisner, Munoz, Sherwood, Justin Thomas, Augusta National


Tricycle Talent Backs Former YMU Executive Kamla Pande’s Moondust Management (EXCLUSIVE)

Sara Curran’s Tricycle Talent has taken a minority stake in up-and-coming Los Angeles-based talent firm Moondust Management. Launched by former YMU Group executive Kamla Pande (pictured, left) earlier this year, the outfit represents a variety of emerging and established digital-first entrepreneurs and personalities, and specializes in brand sponsorship and endorsements, product development and licensing, as […]
Tags: News, Global, Los Angeles, Sara Curran, Tricycle Talent, YMU Group, Kamla Pande, Moondust Management Launched


Guest Post: Diogenes

  “Walking in LA, nobody walks in LA. LA is a great big freeway, put a hundred down and buy a car.”  If you’re anywhere near my age you know those lyrics and nothing could be further from the truth.  If you ask someone here where they’re from, they’ll tell you which neighborhood, never just LA.  In reality, this is a city of unique neighborhoods, many of them totally walkable with their own main streets, cafes, little shops, housing styles, and identities.  Atwater Village, West Hollywood, Lar...
Tags: Travel, La, Los Angeles, George Michael, West Hollywood, West Hollywood Park, Santa Monica Boulevard, SMB, Diogenes, La La, French la Vie, Will Roger, Santa Monica Boulevard OK, Norma Triangle Park, Beverly Gardens


20 of the most mindbogglingly expensive homes sold this year

From $30 million Manhattan condos to a record-breaking $165 million Los Angeles estate, here's a look at 20 of the most expensive residential real estate deals to take place this year.
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Metro aims for more buses, more often in first major overhaul of system in 25 years

Los Angeles County transportation officials have voted to initiate the NextGen Bus Plan, which is designed to create a faster and more reliable bus network with more routes. The county’s Metropolitan Transportation Agency board of directors said they expect some of the changes to bus routes to be implemented in December in areas that have the most need for service improvements. “…NextGen is the most important piece of work, in my mind, at Metro right now,” Metro Board Chair and Los Angeles Mayor...
Tags: Transportation, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Los Angeles County, Barger, CRENSHAW, Garcetti, Redondo Beach, Metro Board, NextGen, Metro Green Line, Metropolitan Transportation Agency