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Buying vs. renting: First-time buyers should not give up the hunt

More first-time buyers are searching online for a home, but half give up because of the cost, the competition and a lack of homes to choose from. This could be a big mistake since buying can be cheaper than renting over time.

Angels at Blue Jays, Friday game time, TV channels, starting pitchers

The Angels will send right-hander Parker Bridwell to the mound to face the Blue Jays on Friday in Toronto.

Los Angeles-Orange County homeownership rate 2nd lowest in U.S.

Just 48.3 percent of households in Los Angeles and Orange counties lived in a home they own in the second quarter, the second lowest homeownership rate in the nation.

JC Ramirez can’t overcome Angels’ sluggish offense in loss to Indians

CLEVELAND — JC Ramirez pitched about as well as you can pitch while walking six batters. Which is to say he lost. Two of those walks contributed to the tie-breaking run in the seventh inning of the Angels’ 2-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Thursday afternoon. Losers of all three in Cleveland, the Angels […]

Video shows car plowing into vape shop near Mile Square, almost hitting man

A car slammed into a Fountain Valley vape shop Wednesday evening, July 27, nearly hitting a man sitting on a couch inside.

MLS expansion team LAFC names Bob Bradley as its first coach

Los Angeles Football Club has announced former US Men’s National coach Bob Bradley as its first head coach. The expansion team will debut in Major League Soccer next season. Bradley is no stranger to Southern California soccer, having coached at Chivas USA in 2006. In MLS, he also oversaw the Chicago Fire (1998–2002) and the […]

$90 billion man: Bezos surpasses Gates to become richest person in the world

Bezos's rise to No. 1 followed a surge in Amazon.com shares Thursday ahead of the online retailer's earnings report due out later in the day.

Councilmember Cedillo outlines pedestrian safety plan but wants to ban road diets

At the same time, he’s ignoring cyclists Los Angeles City Councilmember Gil Cedillo, whose district includes Westlake, Pico Union, Cypress Park, and Highland Park, put forward a motion Wednesday that asks for a host of new and overdue...Show More Summary

Man accused of religious slur and throwing coins at woman with Muslim-style headdress is arrested

IRVINE A 35-year-old man is accused of making a religious slur at a woman wearing a head scarf traditionally worn by Muslims at a Target and then throwing coins at her and another woman’s car after the pair had driven away, police said on Thursday. The women were able to get a partial license-plate number, […]

Ask Denise: Relocation Niche Market

Q: “Denise, we are getting a lot of people from out of the area moving here and while I hate giving such a substantial percentage of my commission to the relocation companies, I feel this is a market I should be catering to. Your thoughts?” A: You can certainly set yourself up to work for […]

Glowing Apple Park preview fails to address Silicon Valley’s housing issues

More than 12,000 employees are expected to fill the 2.8-million-square-foot ring The WSJ Magazine published a piece this week about Jonathan Ive, Apple’s chief design office, and his company’s new headquarters slated for a fall 2017 opening. Show More Summary

Angels Notes: Yusmeiro Petit gets the call to start

CLEVELAND — The Angels signed Yusmeiro Petit because they felt he could be an asset either in the rotation or bullpen, and this weekend he’ll finally get a crack at the former. Petit will start Saturday in Toronto, filling a void left by Alex Meyer’s placement on the disabled list. Because Petit has only pitched […]

Why summer is the new boom season for ski towns

No snow necessary Ask any long-time local in a ski town how they ended up in Aspen, Vail, or Whistler, and they’ll tell you: “I came for the winters, and stayed for the summers.” That might seem odd to the millions of Americans who only ski a few times each year, if at all. Show More Summary

LA Galaxy fire coach Curt Onalfo, re-hire Sigi Schmid

The Galaxy is turning back to a familiar face to right an unsteady ship.

SF poised to rename part of SFO after Harvey Milk

Plan delayed for years, provoked death threats At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Hillary Ronen introduced legislation to rename a terminal at the San Francisco International Airport after Supervisor Harvey Milk, the...Show More Summary

Which Chinatown building is your favorite?

Tell us what takes your breath away While San Francisco’s architecture varies in style, nowhere in San Francisco is that variation more prominent than in Chinatown. And in honor of Chinatown Week, we want to know which building’s exterior and/or interior piques your fancy. Show More Summary

LA Galaxy fire coach Curt Onalfo, re-hire Sigi Schmid

CARSON, Calif. The LA Galaxy fired coach Curt Onalfo on Thursday just 20 games into his first season and re-hired veteran coach Sigi Schmid to take over the struggling MLS powerhouse.

Rental site Zumper launches Zumper Select, a rental brokerage service

In addition to serving up rental home and apartment listings nationwide, San Francisco-based Zumper is now brokering rental deals in the markets of Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston and New York through a new service called "Zumper Select."...

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