Saturday, October 10, 2015

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Midnight police pursuit ends on Riverside Drive

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Police chased a suspected stolen vehicle suspect for about an hour last night across the streets of Glassell Park, Hollywood, Silver Lake and other neighborhoods. The pursuit ended when the vehicle hit a spike strip on Riverside Drive, authorities said. The pursuit began at about 11:45 ... Read More »

Dodgers selling standing-room only tickets; lawsuit filed over fatal East L.A. middle school stabbing

Elysian Park | Mary-Austin Klein

MORNING REPORT: Love the Dodgers and don't mind standing? The Dodgers held a last-minute sale of $41, standing-room-only ticket for the playoff games tonight and on Saturday .... The parents of a 14-year-old stabbed to death last January outside an East L.A. middle school in January have filed suit against L.A. Unified .... The LAPD's new Highland Park foot patrols on Figueroa Street should be deployed in higher-crime areas, some residents say. Read More »

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Showers and sunshine

Photo by Dan Gershon

Those who thought the rains were over were surprised late this afternoon as heavy downpours hit the area, soaking parts of Atwater, Echo Park, Silver Lake and other Eastside neighborhoods.  The clouds and rains gave way, however,  as Dan Gershon captured a shot of the sunset ... Read More »

Olympic-sized challenges face Lincoln Heights rail yard plans; Echo Park photographer focuses on society’s fringe; cooking class for Atwater kids

Lucha Reyes statue, Boyle Heights | Veroomac/Instagram

MORNING REPORT: A proposal to build an Olympic Village and restore the riverfront of the Piggyback rail yard in Lincoln Heights by 2024 faces numerous and costly obstacles .... Echo Park resident Rick Morton works as a Hollywood set photographer but his main interest is in documenting the fringe of L.A. society .... Atwater school cooks up a class to stimulate student taste buds and minds Read More »

A Stately Victorian in Angelino Heights

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Recently named the LA Times’ “Home of the Day,” this is a rare corner-lot property in a coveted Echo Park enclave, home to some of the oldest residences in LA. It was built in 1901 and many of its original elements have been preserved or meticulously restored. Read More »

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