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August 16, 2013 | By Matt Stevens
Warmer temperatures are headed for Southern California this weekend, especially in the valleys, with some areas expected to top 100 degrees, the National Weather Service said. Highs in inland valleys will range from about 92 to 103 degrees Friday and Saturday as a high-pressure system from Arizona expands westward into California, said David Sweet, a weather service meteorologist. Some valley areas, such as in Burbank, could experience temperatures about 10 degrees above normal, Sweet said, before cooling begins Sunday.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 2014 | By Deborah Vankin
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival may have wrapped up last week, but still unfurling in Coachella's Pueblo Viejo District is an ambitious project that has brought together about a dozen muralists and international contemporary artists. "Coachella Walls," which has no formal connection to the Goldenvoice-produced festival, is billed as an "arts-driven community revitalization project. " Its organizers are Coachella-based Date Farmers Art Studios, a.k.a., the artists Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramirez, who grew up in the area and now show their work at Ace Gallery in Los Angeles.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 2013 | By Carla Rivera
Los Angeles County health officials issued a heat alert for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys beginning Wednesday, urging residents to take special care when outdoors. High temperatures in the region were forecast from Wednesday through Friday, and the alert could be extended if weather conditions don't improve, officials said. Temperatures were expected to hover around 100 degrees in the Santa Clarita Valley and the mid-90s to 100 in the San Fernando Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
SPORTS
April 25, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 The Southern Section Division 1 rankings are about to undergo a major change after Scott Shultz (9-0) threw a two-hit shutout on Friday, helping Fountain Valley defeat Huntington Beach, 6-0, to complete a two-game sweep of the Oilers and send Fountain Valley (15-6, 9-1) into first place in the Sunset League. Daniel Patzlaff, Dillon Persinger, Willie Aguilar and Junior Aguilar each had two hits. Schultz, who saved Wednesday's 9-7 victory over No. 1-ranked Huntington Beach, struck out five and walked two. In the Trinity League, Griffin Canning got the save and JJ Carr had two hits in Santa Margarita's 2-1 win over Servite.
BUSINESS
April 18, 2014 | By Lauren Beale
Robin Williams, who stars in the series “The Crazy Ones,” has hoisted his Napa Valley estate onto the market at $29.9 million. The 640-acre property, built for the comedian more than a decade ago, is called Villa Sorriso for “villa of smiles” and sits in the Mayacamas Mountains between Napa and Sonoma valleys. The limestone main residence of close to 20,000 square feet features a two-story entry with a rotunda and a bell tower,  a billiards room, an oak-paneled library, a 12-seat home theater, a family room, an elevator, safe rooms and five bedrooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 9, 2013 | By Emily Foxhall
Tuesday marks the warmest day of the week in the Los Angeles area, according to the National Weather Service. Highs Tuesday will range from the mid-70s to around 80 at the beaches, and the mid-80s to mid-90s inland, said meteorologist David Sweet. The high for downtown L.A. is expected to be 88. The valleys, in particular, will see hot weather. Areas of San Gabriel, San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys, could reach 101, 104 and 108, respectively, Sweet said. With such rising temperatures, Sweet said Southern Californians should remember not to leave any pets or children in the car and to drink plenty of liquids.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1986 | Compiled from Times staff and wire service reports
Towering underground mountains and valleys six times deeper than the Grand Canyon have been found on Earth's molten metal core by scientists who devised crude maps of the planet's interior. "There has been no previous evidence for bumps on the core," said Caltech geophysicist Robert Clayton. "They were only speculated. This is direct evidence that they exist."
OPINION
May 1, 2002
Regarding the new, drafted rule that would permit coal and hard-rock mining companies to continue piling leftover rock and dirt into nearby streams and valleys (April 26), Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christie Whitman remarked, "It's not a giveaway to the mining industry. It doesn't allow activity that isn't already underway." Well! How many other practices should we allow because that's the way they're being done, regardless of damage? When something is wrong, saying it's the usual practice doesn't make it right.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
Red flag warnings were issued Wednesday across Southern California as heat and dry winds were expected to turn Los Angeles and Ventura County mountains and valleys into a tinderbox. The National Weather Service said the red flag warnings would be in effect through Thursday for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, the Santa Monica Mountains, the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys and Ventura County valleys. Wind advisories also were in effect for mountains across Southern California, with gusts expected up to 55 mph in the mountains and 45 mph in the valleys.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 2013 | By Kate Mather and Joseph Serna
More than 400 firefighters are battling a wind-fanned fire near Banning that spread to 200 acres Wednesday afternoon, officials said. The blaze, dubbed the Summit fire, flared near North San Gorgonio Road and Summit Drive shortly after 12:30 p.m., according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the Riverside County Fire Department. Three hours later, it had spread to 200 acres and was 0% contained. Six helicopters and six air tankers were being used in the attack, the agencies said, along with bulldozers and ground crews.
SPORTS
April 23, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Fountain Valley had its hitting attack in high gear on Wednesday, and No. 1 Huntington Beach was beaten by the Barons, 9-7, in a Sunset League game. Fountain Valley (14-6, 8-1) received three hits and four RBIs from Oregon-bound Daniel Patzlaff. Dan Rosica delivered a two-run double during a three-run fifth when Fountain Valley rallied from a 7-5 deficit. Huntington Beach (15-3, 8-2) received three hits from Cooper Moore. The two teams play again on Friday at Fountain Valley.
SPORTS
April 23, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Having a day off on Wednesday, Simi Valley baseball Coach Matt La Belle decided to take his players on a short field trip to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum to see the best exhibition of baseball memorabilia outside of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Through Sept. 4, the Reagan Library has a baseball exhibition of more than 800 artifacts . Much of it is from the collection of L.A.-based Gary Cypres. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com
ENTERTAINMENT
April 21, 2014 | By Patrick Kevin Day
Good news for Mike Judge fans. The writer-director's new HBO series "Silicon Valley" has been renewed for a second season. HBO announced the renewal on Monday, along with the fourth-season renewal of its Julia Louis-Dreyfus comedy "Veep. "  Both comedies, which air after HBO's massive hit "Game of Thrones," have done well by critics this season. "Silicon Valley" is Judge's return to series TV after his hit "King of the Hill" ended in 2010 and "The Goode Family" was canceled after 13 episodes on ABC in 2009.
BUSINESS
April 18, 2014 | By Lauren Beale
Robin Williams, who stars in the series “The Crazy Ones,” has hoisted his Napa Valley estate onto the market at $29.9 million. The 640-acre property, built for the comedian more than a decade ago, is called Villa Sorriso for “villa of smiles” and sits in the Mayacamas Mountains between Napa and Sonoma valleys. The limestone main residence of close to 20,000 square feet features a two-story entry with a rotunda and a bell tower,  a billiards room, an oak-paneled library, a 12-seat home theater, a family room, an elevator, safe rooms and five bedrooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2014 | By Howard Blume
An embattled South Bay school district leader, under investigation for his high compensation, now has a new issue to deal with: insurance premiums that should have been counted as taxable income, but were not. The Centinela Valley Union High School District is being investigated by federal and state authorities for paying Supt. Jose Fernandez $674,559 last year - a figure derived from Fernandez's own calculations. Now, it turns out that he mistakenly understated his taxable earnings.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Los Angeles Times staff
A lost sea lion pup nicknamed Hoppie found at a Central Valley orchard about 100 miles from the ocean is recovering at a marine mammal center in Sausalito after its inland adventure. The confused animal was discovered last month at Mape's Ranch near Modesto, where workers contacted wildlife officials, the Fresno Bee reported. A volunteer at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito eventually coaxed the lost sea lion into a wire cage, where it promptly fell asleep, KTVU-TV reported.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 2013 | By Kate Mather and Joseph Serna
As firefighters battled an out-of-control wildfire in Banning, weather forecasters warned of several days of fire danger and temperatures that could top 100 degrees. Red flag warnings were issued Wednesday across Southern California as heat and dry winds were expected to turn Los Angeles and Ventura County mountains and valleys into a tinderbox. The National Weather Service said the red flag warnings would be in effect through Thursday for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, the Santa Monica Mountains, the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys and Ventura County valleys.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 17, 1998
Alan Ungar's attack ("A Slice of Pork Can Dice a Budget," May 10) of Congressmen Buck McKeon's and Brad Sherman's actions to bring needed transportation investments to the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys is misplaced and misguided. It is very surprising that a leader of VICA would question the congressmen's leadership in fighting for a transportation bill that is good for Valley businesses, commuters and the environment. Funds provided in the proposed House transportation bill will assist businesses in the Valley who use our region's ports and airports to export products, and improve the region's freeway and transit systems, enabling tourist and local residents alike to access major entertainment and tourism centers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 2014 | By Louis Sahagun
INDEPENDENCE, Calif. - One by one, a parade of Owens Valley residents rose at a public hearing Tuesday to assail the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's plan to meet its renewable energy goals by covering 2 square miles of high desert with 1 million solar panels. "We believe in economic development - but this is not the kind we want," Jane McDonald, who helps run a farmer's market, said at the DWP's first public presentation of the project during an Inyo County Board of Supervisors hearing.
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