Thursday, October 17


Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory restrictions on statewide water usage in response to the severe drought. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Gov. Brown sets mandatory restrictions to reduce statewide water usage

Gov. Jerry Brown announced several mandatory restrictions aimed at reducing statewide water usage by 25 percent in response to the severe drought. The mandate includes a project to replace 50 million square feet of lawns with drought-tolerant plants and requires college campuses to reduce water usage. Read more...

Photo: Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory restrictions on statewide water usage in response to the severe drought. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory restrictions on statewide water usage in response to the severe drought. (Daily Bruin file photo)

University police are searching for two men wanted for stealing a laptop and other belongings from two Westwood apartments last week. (UCPD)

UCPD looking for suspects in thefts from North Village apartments

University police are searching for two men wanted for stealing a laptop and wallet from two Westwood apartments last week. According to a UCPD statement, a student told police that a laptop was stolen from his apartment at 512 Glenrock Ave. Read more...

Photo: University police are searching for two men wanted for stealing a laptop and other belongings from two Westwood apartments last week. (UCPD)

University police are searching for two men wanted for stealing a laptop and other belongings from two Westwood apartments last week. (UCPD)

Westwood Community Council recap – March 17

The Westwood Community Council meets several times a year to discuss issues relevant to the Westwood Village business and residential community. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer answered questions from councilmembers about the duties of the city attorney’s office, as well as issues regarding food truck parking, illegal billboards and homeless encampments. Read more...


Members of the FIRED UP! slate gathered in spring to hear election results following the undergraduate student government election. Four students who tried to run with the slate this year were deemed ineligible because they submitted their applications seven minutes late. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Election Board deems FIRED UP! ineligible following late application

The FIRED UP! slate is not allowed to run candidates in the upcoming undergraduate student government election, after four students submitted their candidate application packets seven minutes past the deadline. Read more...

Photo: Members of the FIRED UP! slate gathered in spring to hear election results following the undergraduate student government election. Four students who tried to run with the slate this year were deemed ineligible because they submitted their applications seven minutes late. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Members of the FIRED UP! slate gathered in spring to hear election results following the undergraduate student government election. Four students who tried to run with the slate this year were deemed ineligible because they submitted their applications seven minutes late. (Daily Bruin file photo)


University police are searching for a man wanted for hitting an employee at the Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center with a metal baton Friday. (UCLA Newsroom)

Man hits UCLA hospital employee with metal baton in Santa Monica

University police are searching for a man wanted for hitting an employee with a metal baton at the Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center on Friday. About 11:40 p.m. Read more...

Photo: University police are searching for a man wanted for hitting an employee at the Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center with a metal baton Friday. (UCLA Newsroom)

University police are searching for a man wanted for hitting an employee at the Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center with a metal baton Friday. (UCLA Newsroom)


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