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Detectives investigate woman's 'suspicious' death in Lomita apartment fire

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of woman whose body was pulled from a fiery apartment in Lomita on Tuesday morning. The woman’s death was deemed suspicious, so arson and homicide investigators will examine the fire scene to get more details, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy...

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  • Squad goal: Try all 6 of these hot pot styles at restaurants in L.A. and O.C.

    Squad goal: Try all 6 of these hot pot styles at restaurants in L.A. and O.C.

    When you're going out for hot pot, don't just invite any group of friends: First make sure your companions are reasonable, considerate, even empathetic diners, the sort of people who are good at trust games. Because when you reach your chopsticks into that boiling, shared kettle of broth, there...

  • 28 great L.A. bakeries

    28 great L.A. bakeries

    Maybe it was the rise of kouign amann -- the uber-buttery, caramelized "it" pastry from Brittany -- and better access to fresh-baked baguettes that lately has helped reinvigorate an Angeleno culture of neighborhood bakeries, all butter and sugar and love. There's a bakery out there to suit any...

  • Banh mi goes gourmet; here's 11 of Los Angeles' best

    Banh mi goes gourmet; here's 11 of Los Angeles' best

    The latest wave of sandwich shops (Hero Shop, Superba Food + Bread, Trencher) and modern Vietnamese cafes (East Borough, Phorage) in Los Angeles have generated tantalizing new spins on banh mi, the beloved Vietnamese sandwich that is the culinary result of French colonialism in Southeast Asia. ...

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  • 28 great L.A. bakeries

    28 great L.A. bakeries

    Maybe it was the rise of kouign amann -- the uber-buttery, caramelized "it" pastry from Brittany -- and better access to fresh-baked baguettes that lately has helped reinvigorate an Angeleno culture of neighborhood bakeries, all butter and sugar and love. There's a bakery out there to suit any...

  • LAX will be nation's second-busiest airport as Labor Day traffic jumps 5%

    LAX will be nation's second-busiest airport as Labor Day traffic jumps 5%

    The lines may be extra long at Los Angeles International Airport during the Labor Day holiday because of lower airfares, the strong economy and increased competition among airlines. A projected 16.1 million people will fly on U.S.-based airlines during the Labor Day travel week, a 5% increase over...

  • Los Angeles backs upgrades for LAX terminals despite objections from El Segundo

    Los Angeles backs upgrades for LAX terminals despite objections from El Segundo

    Los Angeles lawmakers voted Friday to back the planned overhaul of two terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, overriding concerns from the nearby city of El Segundo. Airport officials plan to tear down and rebuild parts of terminals 2 and 3 to ease crowding at security checkpoints, make...

  • Former U.S. Customs and Border Protection employee charged in LAX sexual assault case

    Former U.S. Customs and Border Protection employee charged in LAX sexual assault case

    A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection agricultural specialist has been charged with sexually assaulting an employee at Los Angeles International Airport, prosecutors said. Kanwar Dhaliwal, 36, is facing three felony charges for sexual assault-related offenses in connection with the 2014 incident,...

  • L.A. has been sued again over traffic lane reductions in Playa del Rey

    L.A. has been sued again over traffic lane reductions in Playa del Rey

    When Los Angeles officials removed traffic lanes on four streets in Playa del Rey earlier this summer, a wave of outrage swept through the Westside and the South Bay. Drivers frustrated by long delays on their usual routes flooded City Hall with calls. A condo association sued. And some irate commuters...

  • Upset bid falls short for Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer

    Upset bid falls short for Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer

    Soccer: Rebels surrender three second-half goals in 3-1 defeat at South Torrance in semifinals.

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