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Funeral services for slain Palm Springs police officers to take place Tuesday

Palm Springs Police Officer Lesley Zerebny was a new mom to a little girl, back on the job after maternity leave. Officer Jose “Gil” Vega was a 35-year department veteran planning to retire in December. When they were gunned down Oct. 8 in what authorities have called a planned attack, their deaths...

Driver and student pedestrians injured in two-car crash outside Chino Hills high school

A fiery two-car crash Thursday in Chino Hills injured a driver as well as two students who were in front of a high school, authorities said. The crash occurred about 2:30 p.m. on Peyton Drive in front of Ruben S. Ayala High School, according to the Chino Valley Fire District. One of the cars appeared...

ICYMI: Coroner Says Chiropractic Neck Manipulation Killed Playboy Model

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The Raiders Will Apply To Move To Las Vegas

"Las Vegas has already done what they're supposed to do. And we just have to present it to the National Football League and get the approval to move." [ more › ]

Officials find cross-border tunnel between Tijuana and San Diego

U.S. and Mexican authorities on Thursday confirmed the existence of a clandestine cross-border tunnel between Tijuana and San Diego. The tunnel’s entrance was found near Tijuana’s A.L. Rodríguez International Airport, said a source with Baja California’s Public Safety Secretariat. The source said...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles

Need something to do this weekend? Look no further than right here. [ more › ]

The People Behind That Terrible NIMBY Ballot Measure Also Hate Public Transit

The backers of the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative donated $10k to help campaign against Metro's Measure M. [ more › ]

Here's Your Complete Guide To Ojai

A look at the oft-forgotten jewel of zen trips that's been showing up more and more in Instagram feeds. [ more › ]

Drought's grip on Southern California to tighten with La Niña, forecasters say

After five years of withering drought, government forecasters say California is once again headed for a warm and dry winter, especially in Southern California.   The National Weather Service issued its winter outlook Thursday and predicted that La Niña conditions in the Pacific will affect the...

RZA Says Azealia Banks Was 'Loud And Obnoxious' During Incident With Russell Crowe

RZA says Banks was loud, obnoxious and embarrassing, at at one point threatened to "cut a girl in the face with a glass." [ more › ]

Some Chicago Hot Dog Stand Is Picking A Fight With Pink's On Twitter

There's a bet too. The loser will have to serve the other stand's hot dogs. [ more › ]

Where To See The Orionid Meteor Shower In And Around L.A.

Expect the show to peak just before dawn on Friday morning. [ more › ]

The Internet's Favorite Dumpster Fire Gif Actually Burned Behind The Dolby Theater

The gif used to describe our current election cycle was born in 2012. [ more › ]

Security Footage Shows Thieves Fleeing After Kim Kardashian Robbery

The footage shows five men headed towards, and then fleeing Kardashian's hotel after the violent robbery. [ more › ]

'Oldboy's Director Returns To Korea For An Erotic Con-Artist Tale In 'The Handmaiden'

The 'Oldboy' director talks about working with actors in 'The Handmaiden,' an erotic con-artist tale. [ more › ]

Jamaican Nationals Arrested In West Adams Shooting Have Been Released

The two men were arrested after they went to a hospital suffering gunshot wounds. [ more › ]

Millions to participate in Great California ShakeOut exercise at 10:20 a.m.

More than 10 million Californians are expected to “drop, cover and hold on” Thursday morning as part of a worldwide exercise in earthquake preparedness. Started in Southern California in 2008 by the U.S. Geological Survey, the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill is expected to draw more than 17 million...

As L.A.'s homeless crisis spreads, are residents ready to pay more to fix the problem?

For years, many Los Angeles residents have watched with alarm as homeless encampments spread across the city, from the sidewalks of skid row to alleys in South Los Angeles, behind shopping centers in the Valley and even  on the bluffs above the Pacific Ocean. Next month, voters will have to decide...

Firefighters brace for another day of intense heat, winds

Firefighters were bracing for another day of hot, windy conditions after battling several small brush fires on Tuesday. Strong Santa Ana winds are in the forecast for many parts of Southern California, along with temperatures hitting 100 degrees inland. The fire danger is expected to remain through...

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