Results tagged “Matt Tinoco”

Hollywood Hospital Held Hostage By Hackers Who Shut Down Their Network

Some patients have reportedly been transferred to other hospitals.

Video: Paul McCartney Not VIP Enough For Tyga's Grammys Party

Beck was also not cool enough, apparently.

National Guardsman Killed In Hit-And-Run Was Dragged Before Driver Took Off

The driver did not stop, instead pulling into a nearby driveway, and dislodging True Cowan's body by reversing back onto the street.

Here's What LAX's Snazzy New People Mover Will Look Like

Even if you drive to LAX, you won't have to drive to LAX

Shooting In Front Of Hollywood Recording Studio Wounds Two

The shooting happened Friday night, close to 11 p.m.

Bike Haters Can't Stop Bike Lanes Coming To Westwood And South L.A.

The lanes will be striped on Westwood Boulevard and Central Avenue.

The Porter Ranch Gas Leak Is Finally Plugged

This marks the end of a four-month ordeal.

Compton 1-Year-Old Shot And Killed In Crib

Authorities are searching for two suspects.

Man Driving Uber Car Fatally Shot In Lincoln Heights

The shooting occurred at around 2 a.m. this morning on N. Broadway Avenue.

Metro Might Introduce Paid Parking At Nine Stations

Expect to pay $2 - $3 per day if you drive and ride with Metro.

Hawthorne Robber Shot By Police Awarded $2 Million Settlement

He is presently serving time for the robbery that took place before he was shot.

Why Does California Still Not Have An Earthquake Early Warning System?

Mexico, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan, and China Have them. Why not us?

Demolition Of The 6th Street Viaduct Begins

Crews started knocking it down early this morning.

Extra, Extra: Bikes Are The Fastest Way Through Los Angeles

Donald Trump should get the Nobel Prize, there's an Amtrak conductor with a golden voice, and more end of day links.

38 Stories Of Hotel Rooms Will Be Going Up Near The Staples Center

755 extra rooms will help the Convention Center attract larger conventions.

Hiker Falls 1,500 Feet To Death After Helping Friend On Mount Baldy

He was reaching out to keep one of his friends from falling

Why Los Angeles Is A Surprisingly Great City For Bike Sharing

Cast away the "car-capital" reputation, L.A.

L.A. City Council Moves To Make More Landlords Accept Pets

The goal is for Los Angeles to eventually consider itself a "No-Kill" city.

Extra, Extra: El Niño Definitely Does Not Make Crime Go Down

Kanye West Says he's sorry, New Yorkers don't know how street parking works and more end of day stories.

Police Find Marijuana Grow-Op In Sun Valley Garage

What do you use your converted garage for?

Here's What Stations On Metro's New Crenshaw/LAX Line Will Look Like

Imagine an L.A. where you can take a single train from Hollywood to LAX.

Fake Engineers May Have Built Hundreds Of Homes In 56 SoCal Cities

The duo is alleged to have built projects in 56(!) southern California cities.

What The L.A. Times Missed In Their Story About Declining Metro Ridership

L.A.'s transit is complicated and contradictory

Bikram Yoga Founder Ordered To Pay $900K For Sexual Harassment

The guru sat on the stand and dismissed the claims as "lies," "big lies," himself declaring those testifying against him as "frauds."

No Money (Or Will) To Go To Coachella? Try Localchella Instead

Coachella without the Stevie Nicks wannabes and shirtless meatheads.

Photos: A Look At Angelino Heights, L.A.'s First Historic District

L.A.'s oldest hood still in its original dressings.

The L.A. Times Once Published Mid-Winter Editions To Taunt Frozen Easterners

Boosterism is in the blood, and we're not about to stop now.

Family Of San Bernardino Terror Victim Seeks $204 Million In Damages

This marks the second claim against San Bernardino County following the attack.

Extra, Extra: Downtown L.A. Residents Are Really Rich

Larry Flynt wants to buy the Playboy mansion, the 710 Freeway is really expensive and more end of day links!

A Dozen Casinos In Vegas Will Now Charge For Nightly Parking

Expect to lose just a little bit more money the next time you go to Vegas.

California Considers Taxing Drivers By The Mile

Gas-sippers, Priuses and electric cars are great news for the environment but bad news for Caltrans, which relies on a gas tax to maintain our roads.

Proposed Shuttle Service Could Fix Griffith Park's Traffic Woes

It's a difficult balancing act, one that positions the Parks Department vulnerable to attack from all sides

Kanye West Releases Kendrick Lamar Collaboration, 'No More Parties In L.A.'

Kanye and K-Dot have worked together before, but this is the first time they are heard together on the same track.

Porter Ranch Gas Leak May Be Hurting Pets, Wild Animals Too

People were falling ill with sicknesses believed to be linked to toxins flowing out of the ground as early as November

One Dead After Street Racing Crash In Hawthorne

Hawthorne police arrested 23-year-old Alfredo Perez Davila yesterday afternoon on suspicion of murder, following a deadly crash suspected to be caused by street racing. The crash occurred on Crenshaw Boulevard, close to its intersection with 131st Street. Surveillance video (viewable here or below) shows two cars weaving through traffic on the street until one of the cars careens across the center divider, becomes airborne, and crashes down on top of a Honda CR-V traveling...

The Expo Line To Santa Monica Is One Step Closer To Opening

Metro can now begin pre-revenue service on the tracks.

Photos: The Rainbow Bar & Grill Pays Tribute To David Bowie

The well-storied Sunset Strip joint, Rainbow Bar & Grill paid a tribute to the late David Bowie on Friday, culminating with a Bowie cover band that performed into the wee-hours of the morning. Leading up to the night’s festivities, the establishment piped Bowie’s music over their sound-system the entire day. The band Merkin, heavily influenced by Bowie and the Talking Heads alike, took over at around 10 p.m., giving the audience a taste of some...

Millions Spent To Keep El Niño From Sinking PCH

PCH closures manufacture some serious inconvenience for people who depend on the road

Ex-'Power Ranger' Actor Arrested And Charged With Murder

He was arrested this morning in Riverside for allegedly killing his roommate with a sword.

Extra, Extra: How DJ Khaled Goes Shopping

Elton John pays tribute to David Bowie at the Wiltern, Kendrick Lamar gets keys to the city of Compton and more end of the day links!

Get Ready To Pay Half The Bill For Your Landlord's Earthquake Retrofitting

Tenants can see this reflected as a $38 per month increase in their own rent for 10 years.

Video: Adele Raps Nicki Minaj And Kills It

Is she as smooth as Nicki? Are her expressions as on fleek?

Ex Says Broadcom Co-Founder Abused Her In $70 Million Lawsuit

She claims he physically and emotionally abused her, and failed to honor his promise to support her financially for life.

Michelle King Named New LAUSD Superintendent

Yesterday evening, the Los Angeles Unified School District voted unanimously to hire longtime district teacher, principal and administrator Michelle King to become the district's next superintendent.

LAPD Chief Recommends Charges Against Officer Who Killed Venice Man

For the first time ever, Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck has recommended criminal charges against an LAPD officer involved in a fatal on-duty shooting.

L.A.'s Newest Bike Path Has Nearly A Mile Gap Thanks To Westside NIMBYs

The nearly mile-long gap in the Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park bike path ultimately comes down to a good old case of NIMBYism.

Ending Homelessness In L.A. Will Cost At Least Nearly $2 Billion, City Report Says

A new report compiled by L.A. officials says that any proper gains against homelessness in the city would cost in upwards of $1.87 billion(!) dollars over the next 10 years.

Here's What DTLA's Next 60-Story Skyscraper Will Look Like

You know that humble car wash at the corner of Olympic and Figueroa near the Staples Center? It's going away soon.

New L.A. River Barriers Will Save Us From El Niño's Wrath

The barriers will ensure, more or less, that the river won't overflow its banks and flood surrounding communities.

How To Ride A Bike In L.A. (And How To Drive A Car Around Bikes)

Here are five tips for drivers and five tips for cyclists aimed at helping us all peacefully coexist on the streets of Los Angeles.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Purple Line

Sure, there are only two different stops from the Red Line, but the Metro Purple Line has a lot to offer throughout Koreatown.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Red Line (Part 2)

As a continuation of our last Part 1 article, we continue this week with the portion of the Red Line between the Vermont/Santa Monica station, and the line's end in North Hollywood.

Pencil This In: Free Backstreet Boys Concert, Free 'Jaws' Screening & Adam Devine In WeHo

Happy Wednesday, L.A.! Here are our six events picks for tonight.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Red Line (Part 1)

Included are five of the Red Line's 14 stations. This part one guide covers the areas surrounding the line between Union Station and the Wilshire/Vermont station. The rest of the line will be included in next week's part two guide.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Gold Line (Part 2)

East Los Angeles is a heavily residential area, and the Gold Line's Eastside extension was built to allow residents easier access to Downtown and the rest of Los Angeles. That being said, East Los Angeles has some amazingly good food. Hence, this guide is very restaurant heavy.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Gold Line (Part 1)

L.A. Metro's Gold Line covers a diverse swath of Los Angeles on its 20-mile stretch from East L.A. to Pasadena. It's a long line, and consequently, I've chosen to break documenting it into two posts. This post covers some of the sights and activities along the Gold Line between Union Station and Pasadena. Next week's installment will detail the Gold Line Eastside extension, running between Downtown and the East L.A. Civic Center.

Metro Adventures: What To Do On The Expo Line

It's been just over one year since Metro completed Phase 1 of the Expo Line, and in that year the line has been largely hailed as a success. Although the entire line is yet to be completed (Phase 2 connecting to Santa Monica is scheduled to be completed in 2015), Phase 1 provides great access to some of L.A.'s best activities.

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