Local

Update: Court rules against disgraced ex-journalist Stephen Glass

Glass made up all or parts of 42 magazine articles published in the New Republic, Rolling Stone and other publications in the '90s. His application for a law license had been pending for six years.

Historic theaters open to bring back LA's Broadway

Hundreds of people toured downtown LA's Broadway theater district on Saturday as part of a daylong event to open historic theaters to the public and highlight the area's resurgence.

Owner of concrete building not too worried, despite earthquake report

Last week, researchers from the University of California - Berkeley handed over a list of potentially earthquake-vulnerable L.A. buildings to city officials.

Pasadena City Council considers spay/neuter rule for pit bulls

Council members will consider a proposed mandatory spay and neuter ordinance aimed at pit bulls and pit bull mixes. The local humane society would like an ordinance covering all dogs and cats.

Billionaire compares outrage over rich in SF to Kristallnacht

As class tensions intensify in the Bay Area, a venture capitalist is comparing the treatment of the tech-affluent to that of the Jews during a deadly raid in the Holocaust.

California drought has ranchers selling cattle

With feed costs high and weeks of dry weather in the forecast, ranchers are already selling off parts of their herds as normally green grazing pastures have turned brown.

Ducks beat LA Kings 3-0 on Dodger Stadium ice

The Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings walked between the palm trees into the Dodger Stadium outfield, a beach volleyball court on their right and a Kiss performance stage to their left.

The fate of the ice in Dodger Stadium's hockey rink

An estimated 20,000 gallons of water went into making the ice for the rink. Just over a week ago, California's governor declared a drought emergency.

Dry winter brings bad air to California's Central Valley

A stubborn high-pressure ridge parked off the West Coast has blocked storms from cleaning the air in the state, particularly in the agricultural heartland.

Bilingual classes gives older immigrants better shot at citizenship

In the civics class she teaches in Koreatown, Theresa Jung speaks in Korean before switching seamlessly to English.

How a Gmail error sent 10,000 spam emails to this Fresno man

The man — Fresno resident David Peck — told KPCC that he suddenly started getting random emails from total strangers this week — and he has no idea why.

Update: 2 critical after car hits pedestrians near LA school

Five family members were hit by a car driven by an elderly man on Friday morning near Yorkdale Elementary in the Highland Park neighborhood, police say.

Santa Ana winds raise Southern California fire danger

The National Weather Service says a red flag warning is in effect through 8 p.m. Friday for mountain and valley sections of Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.

Metro moves forward on options to connect LAX to rail

Metro board members agreed Thursday to launch draft environmental impact studies on four different options to connect light rail to Los Angeles International Airport.

Graphic: What Dodger Stadium ice rink's 20,000 gallons of water equals

The National Hockey League froze a rink full of water in the middle of Dodger Stadium for an outdoor game. In the middle of a drought. We asked: How much water is that, really?

Weekend Traffic: Access restricted following Colby Fire

The San Gabriel Canyon Road in the Angeles National Forest is closed because of falling rocks and debris in the Colby Fire burn area along the highway.