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Search underway for Canadian man missing at Joshua Tree National Park
07/17/2018 3:46pm

The search continued Tuesday morning for a Canadian man who's been missing at Joshua Tree National Park since Friday.

Danica Patrick makes ESPYs history as first woman to host
07/17/2018 3:35pm

Racing legend Danica Patrick is set to become the first woman to host the ESPYs, adding to her trailblazing career.

Mayor Eric Garcetti looks for solutions on city power outages
07/17/2018 3:34pm

The recent record-breaking heat wave and the power outages that left 80,000 without electricity had L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti demanding answers from LADWP.

Bear roams Granada Hills neighborhood, cools off in pool
07/17/2018 3:31pm

A bear was spotted roaming a Granada Hills neighborhood before it went for a dip in a pool Tuesday.

Build-A-Bear brings back 'pay your age' promo for birthdays
07/17/2018 3:21pm

Build-A-Bear's new promotion allows birthday boys and girls to pay their age for a Birthday Treat Bear during their birthday month.



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Police: Man Dies After Accidentally Stabbing Himself In The Groin With A Sword
07/17/2018 3:20pm

A Virginia man has died after a freak accident resulted in the man stabbing himself in the groin with a sword.

Bear Roams Granada Hills Neighborhood
07/17/2018 3:14pm

The bear took a dip in a San Fernando Valley swimming pool Tuesday.

Man Walks 20 Miles To First Day Of Work, Given A Car For His Effort
07/17/2018 2:48pm

It was supposed to be Walter Carr's first day of work with a moving company Sunday when his car broke down.

The Baseball Report: Matheny’s Out, deGrom’s Agent Sends Mets A Message
07/17/2018 2:23pm

The Cardinals fired their manager while the Mets are facing a strong request for a new contract from their ace's agent.

Pasadena Police Release Video Refuting Lawsuit Over Traffic Stop Of Mother, Daughter
07/17/2018 2:07pm

The lawsuit from a mother and daughter contends that they were sexually assaulted during a traffic stop in 2016.



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Pasadena Police Deny Mother and Daughter’s Allegation of Sexual Assault During Traffic Stop; Footage Released
07/17/2018 3:46pm

Pasadena police denied a mother and daughter’s allegation of sexual assault during a 2016 traffic stop, releasing footage and audio of the incident on Tuesday. Sharell Thompson, 43, and her daughter Sharaya Brown, 22, filed a lawsuit against the agency in April. In the video and audio released by the Police Department, two officers are seen and heard stopping Thompson and Brown the afternoon of May 2, 2016, telling them an air unit spotted their vehicle run a stop sign. […]

U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem to Cost $20 Million More Than President Trump’s Estimate
07/17/2018 3:37pm

President Donald Trump boasted earlier this year that the US would spend only $200,000 to $300,000 on a new US Embassy in Jerusalem, but it seems the project will cost nearly $20 million more than that estimate. The State Department has awarded a $21.2 million contract to the Maryland-based firm Desbuild Limak to design and build “compound security upgrades” for the Arnona building in Jerusalem, according to documents made public this month. The US spent just under $400,000 on modifications to the […]

U.S. Coast Guard Extends Safety Zone Around Hawaii Lava Flows After ‘Lava Bomb’ Hits Tour Boat
07/17/2018 3:27pm

The US Coast Guard extended the required safety zone surrounding active lava flows in Hawaii after a flying hunk of lava hit a tour boat and injured 23 people. The so-called lava bomb punctured the roof of a lava tour boat named Hot Shot on Monday morning in Kapoho Bay on Hawaii’s Big Island, the Hawaii County Fire Department said. Boats in Hawaii were already required to be at least 300 meters, or nearly 1,000 feet, away from lava flows at all […]



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OC Politician Featured in Cohen Spoof Speaks Out
07/16/2018 11:13pm

An Orange County congressman was under fire Monday for controversial comments made in a series from Sacha Baron Cohen called "Who is America?" in which the comedian pranks politicians by pitching the idea that toddlers should be armed with guns.Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said as far as he knew he was being asked to weigh in on a documentary about the 70th anniversary of Israel, which happened in April. He said he never met Sacha Baron Cohen, but calls what the comedian did "a farce and a fraud." Congressmen Duped by Baron Cohen's Fake Guns for Kids Scheme The Republican congressman said the words he used in the Showtime program were as aggressive as he would ever get when it comes to guns and young people."People in their teens should be trained and be aware of what firearms are all about, not advocate they carry them or anything but it's a good thing to know about," he had said in the 10-minute spoof. Top Moments From the Trump-Putin News Conference The TV spot shows gun rights activist Philip Van Cleave teaching toddlers how to use a pistol.Rohrabacher is seen along with other Republicans who appear to support the idea of arming children. Politicians Call Trump-Putin News Conference 'Embarrassing' "People who do things like this are hard-core leftists who have their agenda - their agenda in this case is to make fun of anybody who has any support for adults owning guns," Rohrabacher told NBC4.Rohrabacher says the interviewer told him teenagers in Israel are trained to use guns and this was his reply."Maybe having young people trained and understand how to defend themselves in school might make us safer here," Rohrabacher said in the spoof.The former speechwriter to Ronald Regan claims he learned how to shoot a rifle as a teenager, but also says using any weapon to defend students at schools should be the job of a police officer or security guard."Their purpose is not to create laughter and make fun of somebody; their purpose is to achieve a political end," Rohrabacher said.The congressman says he gets thousands of requests for interviews and truly thought this one was with an Israeli TV company. He says he was never asked about toddlers arming themselves.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Pasadena Cops Sexually Assaulted Mom, Daughter: Lawsuit
07/16/2018 11:07pm

A mother and her adult daughter are suing the city of Pasadena and two police officers for allegedly sexually assaulting them during a traffic stop, an attorney announced today.Pasadena Public Information Officer Lisa Derderian called the lawsuit "baseless" and "unsubstantiated." Photos: 100 of Our Favorites From NASA's Image of the Day "The claims on which the lawsuit rests are easily proven false," Derderian said."Pasadena Police Department patrol officers initiated a traffic stop based upon a detective investigation and traffic violation witnessed by police. As per department policies and procedures, the officers remained professional the entire time, assessed the situation, speaking with the individuals and conducting appropriate and necessary searches of the individuals --a waist-band check for weapons -- and of the vehicle. After the vehicle and individuals were searched and questioned, they were free to leave the scene. Heat Tips: Public Pools, Staying Cool "When the police department received a personnel complaint, a thorough review of the incident was undertaken per department policy. The in- car camera footage from the patrol car clearly shows that the officers acted appropriately."The video will be released Tuesday morning, Derderian said. Top SoCal Photos in the News According to the complaint, which seeks at least $25 million in damages, the officers allegedly violated the civil rights of the women, who were 41 and 20 years old at the time of the alleged May 2, 2016, assault.The lawsuit contends the women were stopped by police around 3:25 p.m. that day near the intersection of Altadena Drive and Foothill Boulevard. The women contend the officers physically searched them without probable cause or justification, with one of the male officers "using his bare hands to rub between (the) legs," in the areas of the "crotch" and "buttocks" and inside the pants of the daughter, according to the lawsuit.The suit alleges that one of the officers forced the mother to lift her shirt and "expose her breasts" in public view.Even though the mother immediately drove to the Pasadena Police Department after the stop to lodge a complaint, the police department failed to seriously investigate their claims and refused to take any disciplinary action against the officers, the lawsuit alleges."We're living in the age of the `Me Too' movement and people have to be held accountable for their actions, including police officers," said Dakar Diourbel, an attorney representing the plaintiffs. "It's time for the sexual assaults and violence committed against women to stop, once and for all." Photo Credit: KNBC-TV

Watch: Boy Challenges LA Sheriff's Deputy to Dance-Off
07/17/2018 11:49am

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Vic Ekanem responded to an accidential 911 call in the Palmdale area and soon found himself in a dance-off. Everything appeared to be going well, until they started flossing, in this video captured by Ekanem's partner and posted Monday July 16, 2018 to the department's Facebook page.  

AltaMed Foodie Fundraiser Returns to DTLA, OC
07/17/2018 3:32pm

A summer night, a line-up of cheesy, spicy, vegetable-luscious, chicken-savory vittles, and more vittles beyond those, and sublime wines, too, all in support of an excellent organization?It's hard to top all that, but the annual AltaMed Food & Wine Festival keeps finding ways to be even more excellent, in all the ways. Chilis Spice Up a New Cherry Valley Festival Way #1?It is a benefit for AltaMed Health Services, as the name suggests, "the nation's largest, independent federally qualified community health center." Attending the food festival on one night, or all three nights, means you're contributing to the well-being of many of your neighbors. Float Above DTLA at a New 'Elevated Playground' Way #2?The fest spotlights vineyards and wines that are Latino owned, both here and in the Golden State, so finding a new label, a new winemaker, and a new destination to adore? Very probable. And that top-notch eats are paired with the vinos only further brings out what makes them so spectacular.Way #3?AltaMed Food and Wine Festival will welcome revelers at a trio of spots, including Commerce Casino's Crowne Plaza Ballroom on Thursday, July 26 for a Grand Tasting, LA Live in DTLA on Friday, July 27 for East LA Meets Napa, and Mission San Juan Capistrano on Saturday, July 28 for OC Meets Napa.In addition to the sublime sips, a host of Los Angeles and Orange County restaurants will make a delectable showing, with the emphasis on Latino-owned eateries.Now that we've counted some of the stand-out ways this festival rocks, you'll likely want to make your way to a ticket or two. How to start? By visiting this site.And note that a Riedel Cabernet wine glass is part of each admission. Sweet.And even sweeter?You'll be sending love to AltaMed and the many people made stronger, healthier, and happier by its services, and to Latino-owned vineyards and restaurants, and to yourself, when you're eating all of that amazing food and finding fresh cabs and chards to enjoy, for years to come.Photo Credit: Steve Shambeck

Things to Do This Week: Beach Eats
07/16/2018 2:14pm

Beach Eats: There's a noshable nexus in the world of nice weather and nom-worthy food, and it involves the following components: the beach and/or the water, food trucks, affordable eats, summery temperatures, and Thursdays, which are almost like Fridays in the summer. You can find all of those fab things at this weekly Marina del Rey meet-up of great food trucks and the people who want to dine at great food trucks. The place is Mother's Beach, the hours are 5 to 9 p.m., and the final Thursday of 2018 is Sept. 27.Free Salsa Night at Union Station: You may have twirled in some specific locations, but if you haven't yet brought the marvelous moves to one of Southern California's most storied buildings, well, your evening is just ahead for that, on Friday, July 20. True, the train station is for, well, trains, but this special event is giving visitors a chance to swing, twirl, dip, and find their inner dancer. The hours are 8:30 to 10 p.m., the place is the handsome Ticketing Hall, and there's an introductory lesson at 8, if you'd like a brush-up or first-time instruction.Delicious Little Tokyo: Just a short walk away is this tasty two-day event, a special happening that puts the focus on all of the DTLA neighborhood's delicious offerings. Look for "giveaways, demonstrations, hands-on workshops, and tastings" to fill up Friday evening and much of the day Saturday. An Indonesian Cuisine Demo, a food photography workshop, and other great 'n gourmet goings-on are on the schedule. Find your food-tastic Little Tokyo dream to-do now.Opening Day: So you dig the clip-clop-ery at the Del Mar Thorough Bred Club, and you anticipate the opening day revelries for months? You must be already rocking your giant, fruit-laden hat, the kind of hat that may win top prize at the Opening Day Hat Contest. There's lots more to come at the famous track over the next few weeks, including concerts, food events, and more, and, yes, all of those amazing horses dashing at truly wowza speeds. Opening date at the historic club is Wednesday, July 18.New Happy Hour: Searching for that after-work, or late-afternoon wind-down spot? You probably have your go-to places, the spots where the stylish sips are served at a discount during special hours. Include Cecconi's West Hollywood on that list, for the swanky Melrose restaurant just introduced a 3 to 6 p.m. happy hour. The days of the week? This is a bit different? It runs Tuesdays through Saturdays and includes lovely sips and small bites (cicchetti) priced at $3, $6, and $9. Mmm, truffle burger.Photo Credit: Beach Eats

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