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Police Are Looking For A Man Who Beat A Dog To Death In Broad Daylight

A witness said the man beat the dog until he had killed it, then drove away. [ more › ]

Threat to jetliner parked on LAX tarmac deemed not credible

A threat made Tuesday morning against an American Eagle flight at Los Angeles International Airport was not credible, FBI officials said. The threat was reported at 8:37 a.m. PDT against Flight 5931, which was flying from Houston to Los Angeles, said Polly Tracey, a spokeswoman for American Airlines....

'Avengers' stars surprise Southern California teen battling leukemia

Film stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans made a surprise visit to El Cajon on Monday morning to support a local teen battling cancer. The three stars traveled from Hollywood to see 18-year-old Marvel Comics superfan Ryan Wilcox, a junior at Grossmont High School who has been...

Vote by Cal State trustees is set to resolve long-running dispute over faculty pay

The contentious dispute over faculty pay at California State University campuses is set for a formal resolution this week when the Board of Trustees meets in Long Beach. Frustration over salaries for professors and lecturers pushed members of the California Faculty Assn. to the brink of a massive...

Yes, that's a bear wandering around a Pasadena neighborhood

A bear was seen roaming in a Pasadena neighborhood Monday evening, wandering along sidewalks and into backyards. The bear was spotted about 7:30 p.m. near Sierra Madre Boulevard and Riviera Drive, near the Eaton Canyon Park Golf Course. Aerial footage by KABC-TV Channel 7 showed the animal tromping...

Earthquake: 3.5 quake strikes near San Antonio Heights, Calif.

A shallow magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Monday evening one mile from San Antonio Heights, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 7:28 p.m. Pacific time at a depth of 6.2 miles. According to the USGS, the epicenter was four miles from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.,...

Expo Line, meet the real world: A car on tracks, a broken-down train

Los Angeles County commuters who woke up early Monday morning to ride the new Expo Line extension quickly encountered one of the ugly realities of the Los Angeles public transit system: its proximity to traffic.  At 5 a.m. Monday, just before the start of morning rush hour, a driver in a Toyota...

Brace Yourselves For Hellish Memorial Day Travel

The projected number of travelers is the highest it's been since 2005, itself a record-setting year. [ more › ]

This is why the city attorney's office is making sure women know their reproductive rights

The Los Angeles city attorney's office announced Monday that it is aggressively enforcing a new state law requiring pregnancy clinics to inform clients of their reproductive rights. City Atty. Mike Feuer said his office is working in coordination with the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer...

100 firefighters battling wind-whipped blaze in Lake View Terrace

Los Angeles Fire Department officials were battling a wind-whipped brush fire Monday in the Lake View Terrace area. The blaze was moving uphill around Wheatland Avenue, according to the LAFD. No structures were threatened, but power lines were in the area. The fire was burning into the Angeles...

7-year-old finds smoke and flames, wakes his dad; both flee fire

A 7-year-old Costa Mesa boy's quick thinking might have helped save his home after he discovered a fire in his garage, according to fire officials. When the boy smelled smoke and saw the flames Saturday night, he immediately woke up his father and the two escaped unharmed, Costa Mesa fire Capt....

Photos: Buy A Beachfront Castle For $9 Million

You could have some really good 'Game of Thrones' viewing parties here. [ more › ]

Photos: Exploring The Music, Movies And Motorcycles Of Pioneertown

Pioneertown has evolved over the years to become a colorful desert escape for music fans, artists and adventurers seeking a desert refuge. [ more › ]

After mob of teens beat San Francisco man, two people stole his wallet, police say

First came the injury — and then the insult. After a man was beaten by a mob of teenagers in San Francisco, left sprawled unconscious on the ground, police said two bystanders walked up to him and stole his wallet and other belongings. Police are looking for the six boys and girls, described as...

The 10 Best Los Angeles Movies On Netflix

No other city captures the imagination of filmmakers quite like Los Angeles. [ more › ]

Suge Knight Trial Postponed Yet Again, Likely Until 2017

The murder trial now likely won't begin until January or February 2017. [ more › ]

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