WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - BKLA Bancorp, the parent of Bank of Los Angeles, earned $66,000 in the second quarter, bringing the earnings for the six months ended June 30 to $4,000, as compared with losses of $356,000 and $554,000 for the same periods in 1994.

In addition to higher earnings, BKLA made progress on the regulatory front. The company's $3.5 million in new capital infused on March 30 led to the removal of a cease and desist order by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., BKLA officials said.

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