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September 1, 2012
John Daly caught a glimpse of this sea lion traffic jam during a trip to Monterey last December. "I had never seen such a large gathering of [sea lions] before, all of whom appeared peaceful, playful and at ease with both nature and with each other, all the while completely oblivious to my presence," he said. The Aliso Viejo resident used a Canon EOS Rebel T2i. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Kate Mather and Ruben Vives
Investigators said it was not immediately clear what caused two fire trucks to collide Wednesday afternoon in Monterey Park, sending one careening into a Chinese restaurant and injuring at least 14 people. It also was not known how many of the injured were patrons at Lu's Dumpling House or pedestrians, but fire officials said four firefighters suffered minor to moderate injuries. No fatalies were reported, but officials told reporters at least one person was critically injured. The crash was reported at 3:12 p.m. at the intersection of Garfield and Emerson avenues, Monterey Park police Lt. Carrie Mazelin said.
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May 21, 2013 | By Russ Parsons
There is absolutely no reason for Restaurant 1833 in Monterey to be as good as it is. In the first place, well, it's in Monterey, a lovely town that is swamped by short-term tourists - the kinds of diners who will eat at a restaurant once and never go back again. Then there's the setting. Restaurant 1833 is housed in one of the oldest homes in Monterey, for many years the home of the town's leading doctor James Stokes - at least until his misdiagnosis killed California governor Jose Figueroa and an investigation revealed that he had never had a medical license in the first place.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Alicia Banks and Kate Mather
At least 15 people, including six firefighters, were injured Wednesday afternoon when two firetrucks collided in Monterey Park, causing one to smash into a small restaurant. Monterey Park Fire Chief Jim Birrell said no fatalities were reported. The injuries ranged from minor to at least one critical. The injured firefighters are equally split between Birrell's department and the Alhambra Fire Department. He said both agencies were responding to a house fire in Monterey Park when the collision occurred shortly after 3 p.m. at the intersection of Garfield and Emerson avenues.
SPORTS
May 9, 2012 | By Jim Peltz
Actor Patrick Dempsey plans to wade further into the deep end of motor racing Saturday at the 2.24-mile Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca track in Monterey, Calif. The "Grey's Anatomy" star is scheduled to co-drive one of his team's cars in a six-hour endurance race sanctioned by the American Le Mans Series, which features different classes of race cars. Dempsey, 46, for the first time will help drive an entry in the ALMS' P2 class of exotic, powerful prototype cars built specifically for racing.
NEWS
August 3, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Casa Munras Hotel & Spa in Monterey is offering a late-summer family package that comes with camp for kids and spa and restaurant credits for Mom and Dad. Prices start at $249 a night for getaways through early September. The deal: The Camp Casa Kids Package comes with one four-hour Kids Camp Session in the morning or afternoon Fridays-Sundays. Activities for children are ocean-themed and include crafts, scavenger hunts and camp songs. Camp sessions are good for 5- to 12-year-olds; extra children may be added for $45 each.
TRAVEL
November 26, 2006
WAS it really necessary to list a boar hunt in Tours & Cruises ["Stalking the Wild Boar in Monterey," Nov. 12]? I'm sure there are plenty of excursions to promote that don't involve killing. Although a boar hunt may be legal, it is far from ethical. One that offers a "trophy pig" is just disgusting. EDWARD RUTKOWSKI Los Angeles
TRAVEL
June 7, 1987
Re Michele and Tom Grimm's May 3 article and the letter of May 17 from Patricia G. Braun: The highway between Monterey and Salinas is California 68, not 86. I thought it was probably a typo in the Grimm article, but when Braun made the same mistake, I thought I should call it to your attention. No big deal, I know, as there is no other way to go, but let's not perpetuate the error. LORRAINE DAVID North Hollywood
AUTOS
August 17, 2013 | By David Undercoffler
A rare Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Bentley attracted the highest winning bids Friday night as key auctions at Monterey's Classic Car week revved into gear. More than $86.2 million worth of cars changed hands over the course of the evening, according to Hagerty Insurance. The biggest prize of the night was a 1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider, which RM Auctions sold for $9.08 million, including commission, according to Hagerty. The small, brilliant red race car is one of only 12 known to exist and has been owned by one family since 1968.
BUSINESS
December 26, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actress Michelle Stafford of "The Young and the Restless" has bought a house in Glendale for slightly more than $1 million. The two-story Monterey Colonial-style house of nearly 3,000 square feet features a central hall, a formal dining room, an updated kitchen, a den, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The two-story house with basement was commissioned by a Loma Linda Hospital doctor and built in 1948. Other medical professionals bought or lived in the house over the years, earning it the nickname "The Doctor's House.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Kate Mather
At least 14 people, including four firefighters, were injured Wednesday afternoon when two fire trucks collided in Monterey Park, sending one crashing into a restaurant, officials said. No fatalities have been reported, but authorities are still determining the extent of all injuries, according to Monterey Park officials. Few details were immediately available, but Monterey Park police Lt. Carrie Mazelin said the trucks collided about 3:12 p.m. at the intersection of Garfield and Emerson avenues.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Alicia Banks, Ruben Vives and Kate Mather
Officials said two fire trucks had their lights and sirens running when they collided Wednesday afternoon in Monterey Park, sending one careening into a restaurant.  Monterey  Park Fire Chief Jim  Birrell said the trucks -- one from Monterey Park, the other from Alhambra -- were responding to a house fire in south Monterey Park when they crashed at the intersection of Emerson and Garfield avenues about 3:15 p.m. Officials now...
OPINION
April 12, 2014
Re "A crude energy puzzle," April 7 Regarding all the happy talk about the oil trove trapped in the Monterey Shale formation, perhaps there really are billions of barrels in recoverable fossil fuel underneath California. But if we burn the stuff, where exactly should we put the carbon dioxide? Last I heard, the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide was greater than 400 parts per million. This is a big science experiment because that is an increase from 270 parts per million before the widespread burning of fossil fuels began.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 2014 | By Julie Cart
SHAFTER, Calif. - A bustling city is sprouting on five acres here, carved out of a vast almond grove. Tanker trucks and heavy equipment come and go, a row of office trailers runs the length of the site and an imposing 150-foot drilling rig illuminated by football-field-like lights rises over the trees. It's all been hustled into service to solve a tantalizing riddle: how to tap into the largest oil shale reservoir in the United States. Across the southern San Joaquin Valley, oil exploration sites have popped up in agricultural fields and on government land, driven by the hope that technological advances in oil extraction - primarily hydraulic fracturing and acidization - can help provide access to deep and lucrative oil reserves.
NEWS
March 25, 2014 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
Deep-dwelling sea creatures, and the cultures that love them. That could be the tagline for a new show set to open next month at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, Calif. It combines live specimens of squid, octopus and other little-seen cephalopods with examples of ancient pottery and modern literature that reflect the cultural bond humans have had with these sea dwellers for centuries. Giant Pacific octopus, Hawaiian bobtail squid, chambered nautilus, wunderpus and other species will be rotating through "Tentacles: The Astounding Lives of Octopuses, Squid and Cuttlefish.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 2014 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A 59-year-old Monterey Park man has been arrested in connection with the death Wednesday of one of his roommates. Authorities found a 51-year-old male roommate dead on the floor of an attached garage after responding about 3:40 a.m. to the 500 block of Florence Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The man was not immediately identified. HOMICIDE REPORT: A story for every victim After four men who live at the location were detained for questioning, the Sheriff's Department announced that Yao Zhomg Shi, 59, would be booked on suspicion of homicide.
NEWS
January 26, 1986
State licensing investigators accused former Monterey area contractor Dennis Frye of merely gluing sprinkler heads to the ceiling of a school chapel instead of connecting them to water pipes. Larry McNeely, supervising investigator for the state Contractors Licensing Board, said Frye was the area's largest fire sprinkler contractor before he sold his business and moved to the Sacramento area in 1984.
SPORTS
March 1, 1987
Laurette Maritz of United States International University shot a second-round 74 Saturday to maintain a one-stroke lead in the Patty Sheehan Women's Collegiate Invitational at Monterey. Marnie McGuire of Oklahoma State shot a 70 to move into second place. USIU's Helen Alfredson is in fifth place, five strokes back.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 2014 | By Lee Romney
SAN FRANCISCO - In a predawn sweep that stunned the Salinas Valley town of King City, the acting police chief, a former chief, other police employees and a towing company owner were arrested Tuesday, some on charges connected to a scheme to steal impounded cars belonging mostly to Latino immigrants, authorities said. A police sergeant was allowed to keep one impounded vehicle for every 10 to 15 he steered to a towing company owned by the brother of the acting police chief, according to the criminal complaint.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2014 | By Mark Z. Barabak
SALINAS, Calif. - Tony Salameh and Danielle Clark weathered the Great Recession from two worlds just a few miles apart. Salameh, 62, owns several restaurants in Carmel, the wealthy hamlet perched like a small jewel overlooking the sea. After a significant falloff, business is about where it was five or six years ago. Salameh's bottom line, though, is a third what it used to be; tourists are back in force, but they order lamb sliders or spring rolls...
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