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May 14, 1989
CORONA: Phase 6 of Vista Valle at Sierra del Oro; 14 of 130 detached homes; $207,950-$289,950; a Woodcrest Development project; 3-5 bedrooms; 2 1/2-3 baths; 1,944-2,494 square feet; move-ins, September; open daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m at 2785 Via Cielo Drive.
March 27, 2014 | By Tim Logan
Population growth in Southern California slowed last year, and that helped lead to softer demand for housing. The number of residents in the seven-county region grew 0.8% to 21.7 million last year, a slight dip from 0.82% growth the previous year, according to figures released Thursday by the Census Bureau. The populations of the Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura counties grew 0.5% to 0.9%, and Imperial County shrank 0.1%. But populations of Riverside and San Diego counties grew faster than the state as a whole, rising 1.2% and 1.1%, respectively.
December 13, 1987
MORENO VALLEY: First phase of the Palms by D&S Co., 24 single-family detached houses out of 153, 3-4 bedrooms, 2-2 1/2 baths; 1,665-2,164 square feet; $109,900-$142,900; January move-ins; models and sales office open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at 25837 Javier Place. EL MONTE: Phase 4 of Arbor Oaks by Lewis Homes; 15 two-story detached houses out of 99; 3-4 bedrooms, 2 1/2-3 baths; 1,578-1,781 square feet; $188,950-$196,950; $30.
March 17, 2014 | By Robert Faturechi
Federal authorities tried to get the son of a high-ranking Los Angeles County sheriff's official to secretly record conversations with his father and then-Sheriff Lee Baca, according to the son's attorneys. This is the first indication that FBI agents tried to enlist deputies to record conversations with Baca as part of their ongoing investigation of inmate abuse and corruption inside the Sheriff's Department. Deputy James Sexton is one of seven current and former sheriff's officials who have been charged with obstructing the federal probe of the jails.
April 16, 1989
PASADENA: First and only phase of Colonial Park Homes, by Colonial Construction Co.; 7 detached homes, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2,012-2,165 square feet; $287,500-$384,000; immediate move-ins; open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Thursday at 763 N. Pasadena Ave., reached from northbound Orange Grove exit of Interstate 210. SAUGUS: Phase 3 of Monteverde Development Co.'s 105-unit Shadow Hills; 22 3-4-bedroom detached homes, 2 1/2-3 baths, 2,000-2,500 square...
January 20, 1985
Sycamore Park South by Century Homes opens today in Rialto with 29 single-family detached houses priced from $77,990 to $92,990. The development of three-and four-bedroom, two- and three-bath houses will eventually have 81 units. First-phase move-ins are scheduled for May. Four one-and two-story plans have 1,220 to 1,643 square feet, with additional hobby areas providing up to 1,922 square feet. Four furnished models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Cedar Avenue and Base Line Road.
March 16, 2014 | By Lisa Mascaro
WASHINGTON - Top U.S. officials warned against further Russian military aggression into eastern Ukraine as Americans and Western allies prepared to slap more sanctions on Russian officials and to protect the new government in Kiev. Sanctions could be announced as soon as Monday, officials said, and would send a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin following Sunday's vote on a Russian-backed referendum to split Crimea from Ukraine. The U.S. rejected the vote and top lawmakers called it a sham.
March 10, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
Coach Doc Rivers insists to reporters that he doesn't look at the NBA standings, even though there is a board inside the Clippers locker room that lists the standings for him to see, for his players to see, for everyone to see. If Rivers were to glance at the standings, he would see that his team is climbing in the tough Western Conference. The Clippers are the fourth-seeded team in the West, just three games behind conference-leading San Antonio. The Clippers are only 2½ games behind the second-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in the West and a half-game behind the third-seeded Houston Rockets.
March 9, 2014 | By Hugo Martín
United Airlines, the nation's third-largest carrier, is cracking down on passengers who drag oversized bags into the cabin. And the airline is doing this to win points with passengers. After all, the Chicago carrier was recently ranked eighth among the nation's top 10 carriers in a survey of about 24,000 people in the U.S. The survey by Satmetrix, a cloud-based software company, named Southwest Airlines as the top-rated carrier. The crackdown on oversized bags is an effort to address what United says is one of the biggest gripes among its passengers: The overhead bins are so overstuffed with carry-on bags that the boarding process is often bogged down as fliers try to find space for their luggage.
March 4, 2014 | By Carol J. Williams
KIEV, Ukraine - As thousands of Russian and Ukrainian troops stare each other down in Ukraine's strategic Crimean peninsula, the worlds-apart views from Moscow and Washington over the dangerous faceoff suggested Tuesday that a resolution was far from imminent. At the same time, signs emerged from the Kremlin and Kiev that both sides were wary of escalating the crisis, in which one nervous reaction could spark a shooting war. U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry, during a visit Tuesday to the Ukrainian capital, accused Russia of gun-barrel diplomacy and brutish behavior more befitting the war-racked 19th century.
March 4, 2014 | By Edward W. Walker
The causes of the unfolding crisis in Ukraine are many, but most fundamentally its roots can be found in an enormously consequential decision made by the United States and its allies in the early 1990s. Faced with a strategic challenge of constructing a new security architecture for post-Cold War Europe, the decision was made to embark on a program of gradual NATO expansion to the east. A first round of accession took place in 1999, with membership for the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.
March 4, 2014 | By Paul Richter
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration's plans to impose punitive economic sanctions on Russia - potentially its strongest response to Moscow's military intervention in Ukraine - already are facing resistance from administration allies in Congress and Europe. Although administration officials say they are prepared to freeze assets of top Russian officials and possibly target state-run financial institutions, European allies - who are heavily dependent on Russian oil and gas supplies - signaled they aren't ready to follow suit.
February 25, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
Wondering what Haim might look like at Coachella following the band's whirlwind year? You can see one possibility in the music video for "If I Could Change Your Mind. " Posted Monday on YouTube, the new clip (for the latest single from Haim's killer "Days Are Gone" album) finds the L.A. sister act juicing its once-scrappy stage show with the kind of coordinated dance routine not often seen in the grungy rock clubs Haim came up playing. Indeed, as the group writes on Facebook, the choreography is by Fatima Robinson, the music-video veteran known for her work on iconic clips by Michael Jackson, Aaliyah and the Black Eyed Peas.
January 31, 2014 | Chris Erskine
One by one, they return home - my little Einsteins, my little bombardiers. They circle the old homestead a couple of times, then drop their stuff in the garage and basement, unloading all the ordnance from their college days, including the Ikea furniture that smells of Pabst and Pop-Tarts. It holds memories for them, of late-night study sessions and beer pong. Like very sticky scrapbooks you can sleep on. Oh, this boomerang generation. They treat our houses as temporary storage, right?
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