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Week in Review: 405 Lane Closures, Best Pizza, CD5 Maps, a Coyote Sighting and More

Here are some of the headline highlights for the week beginning February 27.

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The current councilman for the 3rd district, which includes Tarzana, is running to replace Wendy Greuel.

Pearl grew up in Encino, and his parents still reside here. The Mormon Church has been criticized for its actions.

Readers, we asked, you told us: Click on the link above for the winner.

The Juno award-winning performer will be at the Center for Folk Music on March 4.

Abrams, who lives in Tarzana, pleaded not guilty to charges Wednesday.

The proposed final boundaries for the districts were approved last week by a 21-member Redistricting Commission.

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

Traffic on the 405 will be affected as work on the Mulholland Bridge continues.

The nation celebrated Read Across America day Friday.

Berman talked about North Korea and peace in the Middle East.

Councilman Mitch Englander opposes proposed revision.

Most motorists don't restrain their dogs and many pets are injured.

With 366 days instead of the usual 365, what did you do with the extra 24 hours in 2012?

The day raised awareness and funds for charity.

The assemblyman was recognized for his work on issues of concern to seniors.

Woman injured in Abdul's Sherman Oaks driveway will receive $900,000.

When do you celebrate your birthday?

If you have seen him, or know his whereabouts, call 818-238-3000.

'This is not a free pass,' cautions Police Chief Charlie Beck.

The group is backing the Congressman in the fight for the 30th Congressional district.

How bricks and mortar mingle with the virtual world.

The creator of the Cat in the Hat and books like "Green Eggs and Ham" would have turned 108 this week.

It's an easy and delicious recipe that is sure to please everyone.

Greuel who lives in Studio City, Urges City Leaders to Be Transparent and Focus on Structural Budgetary Changes.

Series on Emergency Preparedness advice continues.

These Encino homes are all open to view.

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