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What to know about Dana Loesch, the public face of the NRASun, 25 Feb 2018 23:35:44 UTC

In the weeks since the Parkland school shooting, Dana Loesch has emerged as the public face of the NRA. Here's what you should know about her.

Memorial to be held in honor of slain UPenn student Blaze Bernstein in Costa MesaSun, 25 Feb 2018 22:58:21 UTC

The family of Blaze Bernstein, the 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student who was allegedly killed by a former classmate in Orange County, will hold a public memorial Sunday.

Drop everything and watch this Utah mom make mesmerizing Disney-inspired cakesSun, 25 Feb 2018 22:08:10 UTC

With only six months of experience, a Utah mom has attracted a sizable Instagram following by posting time-lapse videos as she decorates cakes.

Police: Reported explosion in English city a major incidentSun, 25 Feb 2018 22:03:28 UTC

Police for the English city of Leicester say they are responding to a "major incident" after receiving reports of an explosion.

Students, parents march in Malibu for better gun control in aftermath of Parkland school shootingSun, 25 Feb 2018 21:41:36 UTC

A Call to Action March was held at Zuma Beach Sunday morning in response to the mass shooting at a Florida High School earlier this month.



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‘Black Panther’ Stays Strong With $108M In Second WeekendSun, 25 Feb 2018 22:48:38 +0000

"Black Panther" has scored one of the best second weekends ever with an estimated $108 million in ticket sales.

Deputy Hurt After Being Struck In Hit-And-Run In VictorvilleSun, 25 Feb 2018 22:28:18 +0000

Authorities say a deputy has been injured after being struck in a hit-and-run in Victorville.

Winfrey Praises Florida Students As ‘Warriors Of The Light’Sun, 25 Feb 2018 22:08:14 +0000

Winfrey called the Parkland students' protests for gun control "a proud moment."

CHP: Man Busted For DUI After Riding Horse On California FreewaySun, 25 Feb 2018 21:00:10 +0000

Authorities allege a man had a blood-alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit when they say he rode his horse on the 91 Freeway.

No Arrests Yet After Police Say Suspects Used Dump Truck To Steal ATMSun, 25 Feb 2018 20:37:57 +0000

Authorities say no arrests have been made yet after an ATM was stolen with the use of a dump truck.



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Awards Season Beauty Treatments with Dr. Brent MoellekenSun, 25 Feb 2018 21:59:03 +0000

Originally aired on KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News on Sunday, February 25, 2018.  

African-American Festival at Aquarium of the PacificSun, 25 Feb 2018 21:36:47 +0000

Originally aired on KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News on Sunday, February 25, 2018.  

Travel Smart: TravelZoo Deals – February 25, 2018Sun, 25 Feb 2018 21:16:31 +0000

Originally aired on KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News on Sunday, February 25, 2018.

Trump Re-Election Campaign Emails Photo of Florida Shooting Survivor, Asks for MoneySun, 25 Feb 2018 20:30:26 +0000

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign used a photo of a survivor of the Parkland, Florida, shooting in an email Saturday that asks its recipients to donate money to the campaign. The email contains a photo of 17-year-old Madeleine Wilford in a hospital bed surrounded by her family, Trump and the first lady. The President visited Wilford on February 16, two days after the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 17 dead. “The nation has turned its attention […]

North Korea Open to Talks With U.S.; White House Says Ending Nuclear Program Is KeySun, 25 Feb 2018 20:00:12 +0000

The White House has responded to North Korea’s willingness to hold talks with the United States, saying in a statement Sunday that “there is a brighter path available for North Korea if it chooses denuclearization.” “We will see if Pyongyang’s message today, that it is willing to hold talks, represents the first steps along the path to denuclearization,” the statement read. “In the meantime, the United States and the world must continue to make clear that North Korea’s nuclear and […]



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Suspects Missing After Backing Truck Into Bank, Taking ATMSun, 25 Feb 2018 13:29:44 -0800

Editor's Note: This story was updated at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018.At least two suspects were still on the loose Sunday after allegedly using a dump truck to steal an ATM machine and then leading police on a pursuit. IOC Won't Ask US Goalies to Cover Lady Liberty on Helmet The suspects backed the truck into an Artesia bank on the 17300 block of Pioneer Boulevard around 4:45 a.m. Sunday and then loaded an ATM machine onto the vehicle before taking off, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Lakewood station.A caller informed police that the machine was installed with a tracking device, the Sheriff's Information Bureau said. Deputies tried to stop the truck, but backed off seconds later, using the ATM's tracking device to track the suspects. After Triple Axel at Olympics, Nagasu Has More in Store Police reengaged in the pursuit, with one suspect jumping out and running away during the chase, police said. The driver continued onto the westbound 105 Freeway in Lynwood and then drove down a dirt embankment west of Long Beach Boulevard and near Plaza Mexico, forcing police to once again call off the pursuit.The suspect drove the car onto surface streets and hit multiple parked cars on the 11500 block of Bellinger Street in Lynwood before ditching the truck and running from the scene. Olympics Fans Wear Their National Spirit in Pyeongchang Police recovered the ATM in the bed of the truck, but the suspects remain at large.There is no suspect description. Anyone with information is asked to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Major Crimes Bureau at 562-946-789. Anonymous tipsters can also call Crime Stoppers at 800-222- 8477.Photo Credit: Beth Slepp-Paz

Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw Talks Potential Contract Extension Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:06:26 -0800

Clayton Kershaw's looming free agency at the end of the 2018 season has all of Los Angeles already on pins and needles.However, fans have room for optimism after the 2014 MVP confirmed that he was currently engaged in an "open dialogue" with the Dodgers' front office regarding a potential contract extension. Team USA's Southern California Winter Olympians in Photos Fresh off the Dodgers first World Series appearance since 1988, Kershaw can become a free agent at the end of this season. It would be the first time in his 11-year career that he would become a free agent.His current seven-year, $215 million contract has a player option after the 2018 season, one that expects to be lucrative for big name targets like Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, and Andrew Miller. Free or Cheap Things to Do in Los Angeles Earlier this week, Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi declined to comment on specifics regarding Kershaw's pending free agency, but said that the front office and the three-time Cy Young Award winning pitcher have an "open dialogue" going."He's our franchise player," Zaidi told reporters last Tuesday from the team's facility at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona. Click Here or Email Your Photos to Kershaw confirmed that there was an ongoing dialogue after his first start of Spring Training against the Seattle Mariners in Peoria on Sunday."That's a good way to put it," Kershaw said. "We just talk. Farhan, Andrew [Friedman] and I have good communication, and we are all on the same page as far as everything is going."The Dodgers front office has made it a priority to re-sign their own players after they shelled out over $192 million last offseason to ink pitcher Rich Hill, closer Kenley Jansen, and third baseman Justin Turner to multiyear contracts.However, the same front office has also made a conscious effort to remain under the luxury tax and not overspend for free agents. The team declined to match an offer to Zack Greinke in the winter of 2015 that exceed over $206 million over six years.They also opted not to re-sign starting pitcher Yu Darvish who was with the team for the second half of last season, helping guide the Dodgers to the World Series where he was hit hard in two devastating starts to the Houston Astros in Games 3 and 7.Darvish waited throughout the winter in the hopes the Dodgers would be willing to exceed the current $197-million luxury tax threshold, or make a trade to free up money.Darvish waited until three days before pitchers and catchers were set to report to spring training before signing a six-year, $126 million dollar deal with the Chicago Cubs.Kershaw could opt to avoid becoming a free agent by agreeing to a contract extension during the season, but he could also choose to see what it's like becoming a free agent in order to test the market and see what other teams are willing to offer for his services.Kershaw prioritizes winning above all else and will likely either re-sign or go to a team that he believes has the best chance of reaching the playoffs and the World Series year after year.Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images

Suspected Burglar Shot, Killed in South Los AngelesSun, 25 Feb 2018 14:01:31 -0800

A suspected burglar on Sunday was shot and killed by police in South Los Angeles.Police were alerted of an alarm going off around 7:30 a.m. at a business on the 2100 block of West Century Boulevard, according to Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Barry Montgomery. Three officers arrived and encountered the suspect holding a handgun, Montgomery said. IOC Won't Ask US Goalies to Cover Lady Liberty on Helmet Police shot the suspect, identified as a Hispanic male, and he was declared dead at the scene. It was unclear if the suspect shot at officers, though none was injured in the shooting, Montgomery said.Witnesses at the scene identified the business as a marijuana dispensary and said the suspect got inside by cutting a hole in the roof. Police, however, could not confirm those details. After Triple Axel at Olympics, Nagasu Has More in Store The investigation into the circumstances of the shooting remains under investigation.Photo Credit: Loudlabs News

Tribes Cut Out of California Pot Market Might Grow Their OwnSun, 25 Feb 2018 13:31:47 -0800

American Indian tribes that say they have been cut out of California's legal marijuana market have raised the possibility of going their own way by establishing pot businesses outside the state-regulated system that is less than two months old.The tribes floated the idea of setting up rival farms and sales shops on reservations after concluding that rules requiring them to be licensed by the state would strip them of authority over their own lands and their right to self-governance.  IOC Won't Ask US Goalies to Cover Lady Liberty on Helmet The possibility of the tribes breaking away from the state-run system is one more challenge for California as it attempts to transform its longstanding medicinal and illegal marijuana markets into a unified, multibillion-dollar industry. For tribes to participate in the state-run market, "they have to give up their rights to act as governments, with regard to cannabis," said Mark Levitan, a tribal attorney.  After Triple Axel at Olympics, Nagasu Has More in Store At issue are legally thorny questions about who governs whom, taxation and the intersection of state marijuana laws with tribes that the federal government recognizes as sovereign nations within the U.S. Under regulations issued last year, California would retain full control over licensing. Tribes would have to follow state rules, including "submission to all enforcement," to obtain a license to grow or sell marijuana. Any application must include a waiver of "sovereign immunity," a sort of legal firewall that protects tribal interests.  Olympics Fans Wear Their National Spirit in Pyeongchang Without state licenses, businesses cannot take part in the legal state pot market. California has over 100 federally recognized tribes, the most of any state, and estimates of the number either growing and selling pot or eager to do so varies, from a handful to over 20. Unlike those that have prospered from casino gambling, some are in struggling rural areas and would welcome a new source of cash to improve schools and pave roads. After long-running negotiations between tribes and state officials failed to produce an agreement before broad legal sales began Jan. 1, the California Native American Cannabis Association warned state officials that tribes "may engage in commercial cannabis activities through our own inherent sovereign authority." If tribes choose to step away from California's market, "the state will have no jurisdiction to enforce its cannabis laws and regulations on tribal lands," the group said in a sharply worded letter to Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown's administration in December. Tribes "just want to be able to do business in the state of California and elsewhere, just like anybody else," said Paul Chavez, former chairman of the Bishop Paiute tribe.The dispute in California differs from another legal pot state, Washington, where seven tribes have marijuana compacts with the state and others are in negotiations or awaiting the governor's approval. The compacts allow tribal marijuana businesses to participate in the legal system, such as selling tribe-grown pot to retailers off the reservation. In California, the tribes are circulating a proposal that calls for the governor to strike agreements with them. Those pacts would allow them to participate in the legal market, while the state would recognize a tribe's "exclusive authority" to regulate commercial marijuana activity on its lands. Tribes are eager for a settlement, but reaching a deal in the Legislature could take the remainder of the year. "Everyone agrees conceptually there should be an even playing field, a level playing field," said state Assemblyman Rob Bonta, a Democrat at the center of the negotiations in Sacramento. In addition to the problems in Sacramento, tribes are facing uncertainty at the federal level. Earlier this year, Attorney General Jeff Sessions lifted an Obama-era policy that kept federal authorities from cracking down on the marijuana trade in states where the drug is legal, which also guided enforcement on tribal lands. The shifting ground has put a chill over development plans -- including in an isolated stretch of eastern San Diego County.Nevada-based GB Sciences Inc. announced last year that it would build and manage a commercial cannabis company on tribal lands, nurturing plants, manufacturing products and distributing them across the state.The tribe, the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians, would get an ownership stake, jobs and 40 percent of the profits. GB Sciences would get income for its marijuana research and a foothold in the largest legal pot market in the U.S.But the projected $8 million project is on hold, with the status of tribes in the pot market unclear.Issues involving sovereignty touch a sensitive subject for tribes, and they see the predicament with marijuana as part of a history of exploitation.The state rule "harkens back to the end of the 19th century ... when federal and state policies favored extermination or forced assimilation of California tribes," the tribal group wrote.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Take a Look at LAFC's Inaugural Season KitSun, 25 Feb 2018 12:59:25 -0800

The Los Angeles Football Club has unveiled its uniforms for its inaugural season, with YouTube TV as its jersey sponsor.Photo Credit: Los Angeles Football Club

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