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Teen BHEF Seeks Applicants For 2018-19

Beverly Hills students looking to make a difference in their community’s public education are encouraged to join Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF), which is now accepting applications through Sept. 8.

Where Everybody Belongs – Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year

Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year as part of the school’s WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) peer mentoring program. Top row (from left): Marissa Terranova (teacher), Evan Shaham, Edward Kim, Dylan Van Rossum, Jonathan Saboorian, Natasha Jadidolahi, Rena Nassirzadeh and Marissa Long (teacher). Bottom row, from left: Jacqueline Cohen, Alexandra Bakshian, Nikki Bennett, Ben Padilla, Julia Tabatabai and Taylor Rubin.

Magnitude-4.4 Earthquake Strikes Near La Verne

One of the first questions you're likely to be asked Wednesday will be "did you feel it?" -- a magnitude-4.4 earthquake that struck north of La Verne.

McCain Death Leaves Republicans Lined Up Behind Trump

The death of senator John McCain has left his Republican party ever more firmly in the hands of Donald Trump, without a voice willing to challenge the president's most extreme statements and policies.

Tesla Board To Evaluate Musk Proposal To Go Private As Shares Dip

Tesla's board of directors said Wednesday it will evaluate chief executive Elon Musk's proposal to take the electric car maker private.

Documentary On WWII Hero, Psychoanalyst Dr. Bernard Bail To Be Screened Sunday

On Sunday, The Beverly Hills Public Library will present Jill Demby Guest's documentary, "And Now Love," on the life and career of Dr. Bernard Bail, WW II hero and pioneer of the “mother’s imprint,” a psychological theory that advocates for the equality of women and strikes at the root of all mental illness.

L.A. County Supervisors To Mull Rent Control Law

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will consider Tuesday putting in place a law that would cap rent increases at 3 percent per year in unincorporated areas and require that landlords have a legitimate reason for evictions.

Baca Appeal To Be Heard In Pasadena

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will have his appeal heard in November, more than a year after a federal jury convicted him of obstruction of justice and lying, crimes for which the ex- lawman was sentenced to three years behind bars.

Judge Says Jury Can Decide Pacquiao Spinoff Lawsuit

A waiter who alleges he's owed $8.6 million for helping to set up Manny Pacquiao's 2015 fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. will himself have to face trial of a lawsuit brought by a Beverly Hills businessman who says he deserves half of a $10,000 finder's fee related to the set-up of the boxing match, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Teen BHEF Seeks Applicants For 2018-19

Beverly Hills students looking to make a difference in their community’s public education are encouraged to join Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF), which is now accepting applications through Sept. 8.

Where Everybody Belongs – Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year

Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year as part of the school’s WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) peer mentoring program. Top row (from left): Marissa Terranova (teacher), Evan Shaham, Edward Kim, Dylan Van Rossum, Jonathan Saboorian, Natasha Jadidolahi, Rena Nassirzadeh and Marissa Long (teacher). Bottom row, from left: Jacqueline Cohen, Alexandra Bakshian, Nikki Bennett, Ben Padilla, Julia Tabatabai and Taylor Rubin.

Website, Public Forums Announced in Search for New USC President

USC announced Tuesday the creation of a website allowing students, alumni and other interested parties to provide input and keep tabs on the university's search for a new president.

L.A. City Council To Rename Rodeo Road ‘Obama Boulevard’

The Los Angeles City Council voted 15-0 Tuesday to rename Rodeo Road as Obama Boulevard in honor of former President Barack Obama.

Magnitude-4.4 Earthquake Strikes Near La Verne

One of the first questions you're likely to be asked Wednesday will be "did you feel it?" -- a magnitude-4.4 earthquake that struck north of La Verne.

McCain Death Leaves Republicans Lined Up Behind Trump

The death of senator John McCain has left his Republican party ever more firmly in the hands of Donald Trump, without a voice willing to challenge the president's most extreme statements and policies.

Elon Musk’s Dugout Loop to Get Public Hearing at Dodger Stadium

A plan to build what is billed as a zero- emissions, high-speed, underground public transportation system from the Hollywood area to Dodger Stadium will be the subject of a public hearing Tuesday at the ballpark.
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