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Here are the street closures for the L.A. Marathon

The Los Angeles Marathon unveiled a list of street closures for Sunday's event. This year's marathon goes between downtown L.A. and Santa Monica. It usually fields more than 25,000 runners. Forecasters say runners can expect warm conditions, with highs in the mid-80s downtown. Here's a general...

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  • Alleged gunman and his alleged getaway driver in Burbank shooting plead not guilty

    Alleged gunman and his alleged getaway driver in Burbank shooting plead not guilty

    A probationer and his alleged getaway driver were charged Thursday in connection to a car-to-car shooting reported on a busy freeway overpass in Burbank earlier this week that left one man — not the gunman’s intended target — injured, officials said. Sylmar resident Joseph “Blanco” Lupercio, 24,...

  • L.A. builder KB Home settles allegations of building defects

    L.A. builder KB Home settles allegations of building defects

    KB Home, one of the nation’s largest home builders, reached a $23.5-million settlement with the Florida attorney general's office to resolve allegations of shoddy construction and deceptive business practices. The office of Florida Atty. Gen. Pam Bondi alleged that the Los Angeles company failed...

  • Costa Mesa hosts UVSA Tet Festival this weekend

    Costa Mesa hosts UVSA Tet Festival this weekend

    The 35th annual UVSA Tet Festival will celebrate the Vietnamese Year of the Monkey from Friday to Sunday at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. The event, billed as the largest Lunar New Year festival in the world, will feature traditional foods, contests, live entertainment, cultural displays,...

  • No permit? Parking will be tougher near Newport Harbor High

    The Newport Beach City Council this week tightened parking restrictions for non-permit holders on Margaret Drive in Newport Heights. A residential parking permit program has been in place since 1996, when parking issues in the neighborhoods around Newport Harbor High School came to a head. At the...

  • Gray whale pays a visit to Newport Beach

    Gray whale pays a visit to Newport Beach

    A gray whale stopped to have a meal just beyond the surf line along the Balboa Peninsula on Wednesday before continuing on its northward migration. Ryan Lawler, who owns Newport Coastal Adventure, saw the whale while on his boat. It was rolling around the sandy ocean bottom, likely to relieve itching,...

  • Home of the Day: Walls of books and glass in Venice

    Home of the Day: Walls of books and glass in Venice

    Tucked behind a privacy wall and garden, this two-story home in Venice has a cool contemporary vibe with exposed and polished concrete, vaulted ceilings and a floating staircase. Features of note include a formal living room with a fireplace and a wall of built-in bookshelves. Sliding walls of...

  • The L.A. chocolatier that makes beautiful chocolate you can pair with booze

    The L.A. chocolatier that makes beautiful chocolate you can pair with booze

    According to Jonathan Grahm, owner of the Brentwood-based Compartés Chocolatier, "everything is better with chocolate," including alcohol. Grahm, who is making some of the most beautiful chocolate in Los Angeles, filled with farmers market finds and wrapped in packages that feature prints of everything...

  • Women, divorce and art that turns shame into celebration at Gavlak gallery

    Women, divorce and art that turns shame into celebration at Gavlak gallery

    In a smart, irreverent exhibition at Gavlak gallery in Los Angeles, Amy Bessone takes us back to a time when divorce was shameful for women, so much so that it might land one’s picture in the newspaper. Bessone found and collected these images — in effect, modern-day scarlet letters — from newspaper...

  • 818 Roundup: Topping the charts and dropping the train noise

    818 Roundup: Topping the charts and dropping the train noise

    Good morning, 818. Today is Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 88 and a low of 55, according to the National Weather Service. Here are your local headlines: Civic News and Politics Train 'quiet zone' picks up steam in Glendale  The 90 or so trains...

  • 90-year-old stained-glass window in Costa Mesa is damaged by vandalism

    Part of a 90-year-old stained-glass window at Costa Mesa's First United Methodist Church was shattered when a vandal threw a brick through it, church leaders said. The vandalism occurred sometime between late Monday and early Tuesday, the Rev. Amy Aitken said. The window, known informally as the...

  • Parents' Night Out being held this month

    Parents can enjoy a night out while their children play games and participate in craft projects during the city's first Parents' Night Out on Feb. 26. The city is partnering with the Laguna Beach Community & Susi Q Center to produce the event, which will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the center, 380 Third....

  • Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart polo falls in league semifinals

    GIRLS’ WATER POLOHarvard-Westlake 8, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 1: The Tologs lost in the Mission League Tournament semifinals on Wednesday afternoon against the top-seeded Wolverines. FSHA is 18-9, 4-4 in league and will face Alemany in the league's third-place game at 4 p.m.GIRLS’ BASKETBALLGlendale...

  • St. Francis basketball stumbles to finish against Alemany

    Basketball: Golden Knights fall, 88-59, in Mission League final at home.

  • Southern California endures record-breaking heat for a third day

    Southern California endures record-breaking heat for a third day

    It happened again: For the third day in a row Wednesday, Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California endured record-breaking temperatures.Although the calendar says February, residents of L.A., Camarillo and Oxnard all sweated through summer-like conditions as temperatures climbed well into...

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