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The latest from the National Weather Service in LA
Topanga Canyon Boulevard was closed to traffic on Sunday because of rock slides, and transit officials said it could take up to three days for the road to reopen. The California Highway Patrol said the road was closed from Pacific Coast Highway to ...

Zero Arrests At Historic LA Women's March
On Saturday, between 500,000 and 750,000 people marched through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles during the L.A. Women's March. And though the event was the largest of its kind outside the Women's March on Washington, D.C., not one single ...

USC Holds Off Arizona State To Snap 2-Game Skid
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California's rally against No. 14 Arizona came up short. This time, the Trojans let a double-digit lead nearly get away before hanging on. Elijah Stewart scored 29 points, making seven of Southern California's 14 3-pointers ...

LA Area Residents Urged to Reduce Gas Use Amid Shortage Risk
LOS ANGELES, CA - The Southern California Gas Co. warned Sunday that cold weather -- and the loss of its main local storage resource -- may put normal electric and natural gas deliveries at risk across Southern California next week. But the company did ...

The big one — a major storm — slams California
Good morning. It's Monday, Jan. 23, and here's what is happening across California: TOP STORIES. The big one. Forecasters had predicted this storm would be the strongest in several years, and it didn't disappoint. While earlier storms produced periods ...

Muji, the Japanese design store with the cult following, expands in LA
Muji is the kind of store where you can buy well-priced, beautifully designed versions of everything you need. It's also the kind of story where you wind up purchasing items you had no intention of getting. Boosting the Japanese retailer's Los Angeles ...

West Hollywood: Angel Wings Unveiling
Head for the Andaz West Hollywood to see artist Colette Miller creating her iconic imagery. By Alysia Gray Painter. processing... What do you think? Privacy policy · NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest local updates in your inbox. Privacy policy | More ...

LA's Famed Brooklyn Bagel Bakery Could Reopen By Summer
Things are (finally) looking up for the team behind Brooklyn Bagel Bakery. The 52-year-old bagel legend's original building in Historic Filipinotown has been in dire straits since collapsing in 2015 — but now a rebirth could be closer than you think ...

LA's skyline has the third-highest number of cranes in the nation
As 2016 came to a close, 29 cranes were employed throughout Los Angeles, assisting with major construction projects. That's down from 40 earlier in the year, but enough to give LA the third-most crane dotted skyline nationwide. First place went to ...

LA Animal Services' Employee Mauled by Pit Bull ... Who Cares?
ANIMAL WATCH-Priscilla Romero, a beloved and respected ten-year veteran Animal Care Technician (ACT) at LAAS North Central shelter, credits the heroic and selfless efforts of her coworkers with saving her life when she was viciously attacked by a Pit ...

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Please Sign In and use this article's on page print button to print this article. Industry News Technology. 5 L.A. tech startups that made a strong showing at CES this year. Jan 24, 2017, 4:00am PST. Industries & Tags: Technology · Jeff Berman ...

In six months, LA went from high and dry to wet and wild. Here's how it happened
At the end of June, Los Angeles had recorded its driest five-year period since record-keeping began almost 140 years ago. The announcement seemed like an ominous milestone, especially after an El Niño-fueled weather pattern that was supposed to ...

When LA takes to the streets, it defines itself as a city
Los Angeles tends to define itself — or at least to discover its public nature — when it takes to the streets. Such a discovery occurred, again, on Saturday, at the women's march downtown. In a city with a fractured relationship to its public spaces ...

The Night on Broadway Festival Has Become One of L.A.'s Best Free Events
The restoration of the Orpheum Theatre, followed by an even more high-profile facelift at the Theatre at Ace Hotel, marked the start of a renaissance of sorts for Los Angeles' many downtown theaters. A number of these dot Broadway, which at one point ...

How Scientology's neighborhood in LA voted for Trump
Good morning. It's Tuesday, Jan. 24, and here's what's happening across California: Scientology and the election. In a sea of Hillary Clinton blue last November, it turns out a little chunk of Hollywood best known for the Church of Scientology's ...

Erin Andrews Reveals Cervical Cancer Battle
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Erin Andrews has revealed that she battled cervical cancer during the NFL season. The Fox Sports sideline reporter and “Dancing with the Stars” co-host tells Sports Illustrated's MMQB that she underwent surgery for the cancer at ...

LA city lawmakers approve Rick Caruso's 16-story apartment tower near Beverly Center
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to approve a 145-unit residential tower near the Beverly Center, ending a nearly three-month back-and-forth saga over the project at City Hall. Councilman Paul Koretz endorsed the La Cienega Boulevard project ...

L.A. Authorities Searching for Suspect After Woman Caught on Camera Dragging Cat
Los Angeles authorities are asking for the public's help on Tuesday after a woman was caught on camera dragging a cat behind her. Shifrah, a witness to the incident, took photos of the woman dragging the animal Friday near Van Nuys Boulevard and ...

On the Way Between LA and Pelican Bay
Family Unity Network bus riders stop by Congregation Rodef Sholom on Sunday night on the way home from Pelican Bay. Photo by Susan Esther Barnes. Pelican Bay State Prison is just over a dozen miles south of the Oregon border. That's a long way from ...

Downtown LA's Anthony Quinn mural 'The Pope of Broadway' unveils result of 4-month makeover
Muralist Eloy Torrez poses for a photo in front of his renovated 70-foot-tall mural of Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn, titled “Pope of Broadway,” downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. The prominent Chicano artist was among some 100 people ...

L.A.'s Street Vendors Aren't Giving Up the Fight for Food Cart Legalization
In pre-Hispanic times, people from all over Mesoamerica converged on the market of Tlatelolco, located on the site of a present-day neighborhood in Mexico City. Markets have always been a focal point of Mesoamerican trade and gastronomic abundance, ...

Man rescued 2 days after car goes off side of LA-area road
A man whose car went off the side of the road was found Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, 75 feet below Mount Baldy Road near the Barrett Stoddard Truck Trail. (Google Earth). By San Bernardino Sun |. PUBLISHED: January 25, 2017 at 8:23 am | UPDATED: ...

Parents need more help choosing schools in Los Angeles, report says
Despite the school district's promises and efforts to simplify its systems, choosing a public school for your child in Los Angeles is not for the faint of heart. Various campuses and programs have different deadlines, forms and application rules. A new ...

America's Best Chefs Keep Opening Restaurants in Los Angeles
The LA Times takes a hard look at the rise of out-of-town chefs with big pedigrees coming to Los Angeles, and asks the obvious question: Why? Well as it turns out there are many different factors, from the weather (yes, really) to the produce (duh) to ...

Police searching for Denver woman who recently moved to LA
Police on Wednesday were searching for a missing 28-year-old woman who recently moved from Denver to Los Angeles. Laura Lynne Stacy was reported missing over the weekend and was last seen leaving her Southern California apartment on Saturday, ...

Where To Find The Best Exotic Ice Cream Flavors in Los Angeles
We're aware that it's winter in Los Angeles, but that doesn't mean that the consumption of ice cream has to suddenly grind to a halt. In fact, there is never an inappropriate time to eat cold desserts in the company of good friends. So slap on your ...

Where the tech jobs are? LA claims it's here
LOS ANGELES — Job fairs are frequent in California, but one where 250 different tech firms, including top Internet sensations like Snapchat, Tinder and Dollar Shave Club exhibit, is unusual. “There's never been one this big in Southern California ...

Federal agents raid Los Angeles charter school network
Federal agents raided the offices of a network of Los Angeles charter schools Wednesday as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of fraud and fiscal mismanagement. The charter organization, Celerity Educational Group, opened its first L.A ...

Missing Woman Found Wandering While Dazed And Confused
ANTELOPE VALLEY (CBSLA.com) — A three-day search for a 28-year-old woman came to an end Wednesday when police said they found her wandering as she appeared disheveled and disoriented. Laura Stacy was taken to Antelope Valley Hospital, ...

Grieving Mother Vows Support For Wall: 'Give Me A Shovel'
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A woman whose son was shot and killed nearly 15 years ago by an undocumented immigrant is expressing her support for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. On April 27, 2002, Agnes Gibboney's son, Ronald da Silva, was ...


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