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As enrollment declines, L.A. public schools borrow a tactic from the charters: marketing

First a delivery truck plastered with pictures of smiling children started making the rounds of the northeast San Fernando Valley last spring. Then came a billboard on Van Nuys Boulevard for the same 90-year-old product: a Los Angeles public school. “I saw the ad. Are you enrolling new students?”...

The Gentle Barn: 17 Years of Saving Animals and Healing Children

The Gentle Barn was founded 17 years ago by Ellie Laks in her back yard in The San Fernando Valley. Today it is located on a much larger property in Santa Clarita just thirty minutes north of Los Angeles and they have a location in Knoxville, Tennessee also. Show More Summary

L.A. Councilman Felipe Fuentes plans to step down and become a lobbyist

Los Angeles City Councilman Felipe Fuentes said Sunday he will resign from his post next month, a move that could leave his San Fernando Valley district without a representative on the council until next summer. Fuentes, who represents the northeast Valley, intends to step down Sept. 11, nearly...

Dallas Cowboys' Orlando Scandrick buys a home in Tarzana for $2.8 million

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick is moving his cleats from one part of the San Fernando Valley to another. Scandrick, who recently put his Woodland Hills home back on the market, has closed sale on an estate in a gated Tarzana neighborhood for $2.8 million. The French chateau-inspired...

Where to See the Best Public Art in the San Fernando Valley

The San Fernando Valley is large, diverse and congested. With that in mind, we tried to make this guided tour of some of the area's coolest public art a bit more manageable by confining it to just the northern half of the Valley. Still, this journey could become a literal...

Man suspected of fatal hit-and-run leads police on lengthy chase

A man suspected of fleeing the scene of a fatal hit-and run was arrested early Saturday after leading authorities on a pursuit that stretched from the San Fernando Valley to Pacific Palisades. Mark Christian Johnson, 54, was driving a 2010 Toyota Prius north on Sepulveda Boulevard in North Hills...

VOTD: Tour Guillermo del Toro’s Bleak House With Andy Richter

If you’re even a casual Guillermo del Toro fan, you’ve probably heard of Bleak House, the director’s second home. It looks like any other San Fernando Valley suburban home from the outside, but inside is a treasure trove of weird and...Show More Summary

Recall effort against Valley Councilman Paul Krekorian fizzles

Critics have fallen short in their attempt to oust Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian, who represents North Hollywood, Valley Village and Studio City. The recall effort was launched earlier this year by San Fernando Valley residents who argued that Krekorian had inappropriately favored...

Autopsy Report Released on Justin Bieber Lookalike Who Appeared on E! Series

A Justin Bieber fan who underwent a series of plastic surgeries in an effort to look like the pop singer, and who was found dead last year in a Motel 6 in the San Fernando Valley, died from “a lethal...

Estate of the late Andrew R. Getty sells in Hollywood Hills West for $6.1 million

A sprawling Hollywood Hills villa where the late Andrew R. Getty, an heir to the Getty oil fortune, made his home for nearly two decades has sold for $6.1 million. Sitting on a hilltop overlooking the San Fernando Valley, the classic Spanish Revival estate is firmly rooted in Old Hollywood history....

Neighborhood Spotlight: Sherman Oaks holds on to its suburbia and mall cred

Now a vibrant community with mom-and-pop shops and quiet, tree-lined streets, Sherman Oaks was once blanketed by citrus groves, like much of the San Fernando Valley. But by the 1950s, it became one of the first commercially and residentially developed neighborhoods. The Los Angeles Suburban Homes...

Baseball: Top schools set to play in So Cal Classic this weekend

There won't be any lack of talent this weekend when top baseball teams from Southern California and Northern California play in the So Cal Classic in the San Fernando Valley. Harvard-Westlake, Alemany, Chatsworth, Valencia, Simi Valley, West Ranch, Moorpark and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame are hosting...

Trey Songz -- Landlord Claims He Turned My Canyon Home into a Gutter

Trey Songz is in a battle royale with his former landlord, and if you believe the landlord either Trey or one of his boyz is a sore loser at bowling. Trey rented the Bell Canyon pad -- west of the San Fernando Valley -- back in 2014 for $22k a…

Football: El Camino Real turns to Ladell Atkins, Wes Crockett

El Camino Real can't wait to unleash running back Ladell Atkins and quarterback Wes Crocket for their senior seasons. Woodland Hills is one of the hottest places to work out in the San Fernando Valley, but the heat isn't preventing the two from preparing for a season that has the Conquistadores...

A 'green' music festival that could destroy a park makes no sense

To the editor: TreePeople CEO Cindy Montañez calls the proposed AngelFest music festival in the San Fernando Valley’s Sepulveda Dam Basin a “social justice movement.” This would just be laughable if she weren’t talking about 250,000 people trampling every blade of greenery in Woodley Park. (“Proposed...

Illegal fireworks make L.A. resemble a war zone

To the editor: I have lived in the San Fernando Valley for 70 years and have fond memories of Fourth of July parties over the years. I now shudder each year as the holiday approaches, as I know my home will be bombarded with percussive explosions. (“Half-dozen Angelenos suffer burns and limb injuries...

After 30 years as a homeless shelter, the former Fiesta Motel in North Hollywood comes down

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

In 1986, a coalition of religious leaders responded to the San Fernando Valley’s growing homeless problem by converting a motel on Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood into a homeless shelter. Thirty years later, with the homeless crisis once again swelling, the former Fiesta Motel is being...

Twenty-two years after Northridge quake, hope for a Panorama City neighborhood

The 13-story office tower rising from the center of the San Fernando Valley floor used to be the pride of Panorama City. The community, founded in 1947 by steel magnate Henry J. Kaiser and land developer Fritz B. Burns, was a sprawling planned community of modest single-family homes clustered around...

Sun Valley hospital settles for $1 million in second patient-dumping lawsuit

A San Fernando Valley hospital has agreed to pay $1 million in civil penalties to settle allegations that it put a mentally ill woman in a taxi and lost track of her for three days, Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer announced Thursday. Under the terms of the settlement, Pacifica Hospital of the...

Proposed "green" music festival stirs environmental skirmish

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

A proposal to stage “the world’s greenest music festival” in the San Fernando Valley’s Sepulveda Dam Basin has left local environmentalists at odds, pitting activist against activist in a dispute over the future stability of the urban oasis. Environmentalists are arguing over the potential impacts...

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