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Week in Review: Lindsay Lohan Has Tax Woes, Angelina Jolie Goes Shopping, and More

Here are some of the headline highlights from the week beginning January 9.

NEWS

The actress owes nearly $94,000 in back taxes and penalties, according to a lien.

Gomez is often sighted in the neighborhood.

The Jewish Music Commission of Los Angeles will be presenting an afternoon of Spanish, Sephardic, Moorish and Gitano music.

This type of crime is on the rise, according to the LAPD.

The movies up for recognition include 'Harry Potter' and 'The Adventures of Tintin'.

A 12-week training program started Saturday in Balboa Park.

The school's board of trustees, advisory board, students and teachers all attended the opening ceremony.

The two Democratic candidates for the 30th Congressional District seat joined two Republican hopefuls in Woodland Hills.

The Ventura Boulevard sushi joint has undergone renovations.

Here's a roundup of reported crimes in Encino for Jan. 5-11.

Two local organizations are helping to feed the homeless on January 16.

The court appointed Dorothee Burkhart an attorney in her fight against possible extradition to Germany to face fraud charges.

Gov. Jerry Brown hopes to convince Californians to vote for tax hike to support schools.

Paparazzi and fans spotted the star at the Westfield Fashion Square.

An L.A. judge granted a court order against Dunst's alleged stalker, who reportedly sent more than 50 love letters to the 'Spiderman' co-star.

This is the Scanner Report, detailing some police and fire events that in Los Angeles that were overheard on the police scanner.

The ordinance is a major reversal for the city, which has tried since 2007 to allow and regulate pot shops.

Low humidity and winds combined to increase the risk of wildfire.

Post your latest coyote or critter sightings below and help save your pets, and those of your neighbors.

Eye-popping architecture earns $35-million facility a place on Mercedes Benz’s top 5 list nationwide.

With schools reopening this week, police say they'll be giving citations for safety violations around Valley campuses.

REAL ESTATE

With the good news of the payroll tax cut comes the not-so-good news that mortgage fees are on the rise.

These Encino homes for sale are all open for viewing this weekend.

SPORTS

The Celts were set to face the team they defeated in the San Fernando Valley Invitational championship in December.

The Celts beat Alemany in Wednesday night's Mission League game.

COLUMNS

From the Hooter Hider to the mamaRoo, baby trends change quicker than you can say bamboo diaper.

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