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As Southland firefighters deal with massive blazes across the region, a new brush fire broke out in the hills of Santa Clarita Tuesday afternoon.
Due to factory farms using antibiotics, some health experts are in favor of eating meat from animals that are only fed on grass.
A woman's photo of her son signaling for "help" in sign language from Santa's lap has gone viral.
The Thomas Fire expanded by 2,500 acres overnight as the unrelenting blaze entered its ninth day Tuesday.
Los Angeles police are investigating allegations Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski molested a 10-year-old girl in 1975.
Bruce Brown, whose 1966 surfing documentary "The Endless Summer" molded the image of the surfer as a seeker of adventure and fulfillment and transformed the sport, has died. He was 80.
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The new club’s GM is unsure how many will still be with the club when it begins play in March.
The Skirball Fire was caused by a cooking fire at an encampment near the Sepulveda Pass and the 405 Freeway.
With festivals, food, lighting ceremonies and entertainment in Southern California, Hannukah has arrived for the holiday season.
A Red Flag warning that was first issued on Dec. 2 was extended yet again Tuesday, in what the National Weather Service confirmed marked the longest stretch for one to be in effect in Southern California since the agency began tracking them in 2004. At least six wildfires have carved paths of destruction through Southern California since last Monday, fueled in part by powerful Santa Ana winds and low humidity that has plummeted at times into single digits. The largest […]
The Latin King of Comedy is back in Los Angeles . George Lopez is bringing his own brand of timely humor with his new show The Wall. Watch the KTLA 5 Morning News Friday December 15th for your chance to win two orchestra seat tickets and VIP passes to see the George Lopez Saturday December 30th at the Microsoft Theater. Tickets are on sale at AXS.com. It’s going to be a night of laughter and amazing comedy. Already have the […]
A man accused of killing his father, a carjacking victim and another man along the Inglewood-Lennox border in September has been charged with capital murder, officials announced Tuesday. Juan Saucedo, 36, faces three count of murder with special circumstance allegations that the deaths occurred during the commission on a carjacking, murder in the commission of kidnapping and multiple murders. He was also charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling, according to […]
South Korean surgeon Lee Cook-Jong was already having a busy day in Trauma Bay 1 when he got the call: A US Black Hawk helicopter was on its way with an injured soldier. But it wasn’t just any soldier. “I was informed that he was badly shot by North Koreans,” Lee said, reliving the complex chain of events that brought North Korean defector Oh Chong Song to his trauma unit on November 13. Lee says he went to meet his […]
After taking only six hours to decide a verdict on Isauro Aguirre’s criminal charges, the jury in the Gabriel Fernandez torture death case told the judge it was deadlocked on deciding his sentence on Tuesday. Courtney Friel reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Dec. 12, 2017.
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The city and county of Los Angeles will open a Local Assistance Center Tuesday in Lake View Terrace for people who have suffered negative impacts from the Creek, Rye and Skirball fires.The center at 11075 Foothill Blvd. will be open Tuesday through Friday from noon to 8 p.m., and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., said Kathleen Hutton of the Los Angeles Fires Joint Information Center. Dangerous Winds Threaten to Fan Roaring Thomas Fire "The LAC is a one-stop shop where individuals, families and business owners impacted by the recent fires in Los Angeles County can obtain information on services and assistance from government agencies, utility companies and nonprofits," Hutton said.Some of the services include: Creek Fire Nears Full Containment in Hills Above Sylmar animal services;building permitting agencies;crisis counseling/mental health;county assessor and tax collector;consumer and business affairs;fire, forestry and public safety;health and human services;housing assistance;insurance;public health;public works and sanitation agencies;tax relief; andveterans affairs.There will be free parking. The facility is compliant with disabilities regulations, and translation services will be available on request, officials said. Neighbors Work Together, Save Dozens of Homes from Fire County residents, renters and business owners, including people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, can call the toll- free 211 number for emergency preparedness information and other referral services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Photo Credit: Getty Images
The holiday seasons brims with orbs and globes and spheres and balls of all sizes, shapes, levels of glitterness, and varied flavors (if the orbs are edible).On the non-edible orb front? There are the standard round ornaments, be they glass or full of color. There are tabletop decorations, too, which often take on a ball form. And snowballs count here, as well, for they show up, in spots, in December. Things to Do This Week: Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade On the edible end of things? Rum balls count, as do those peanut-y buckeye balls, a Christmas classic.For Southern Californians, though, the holiday season is about a certain savory ball that can only be found at one spot: Porto's Bakery and Café. Chewie on This: 'Jedi' Costumes Fly for Hollywood Well, "one spot" is a bit misleading, as there are a few Porto's nowadays, and thank goodness, with a recent entry in Buena Park, and one that's coming up in West Covina, plus the forever-busy locations in Glendale, Burbank, and Downey.Best add one more potato-ball-tastic destination to that list, for one day only: Century City. For The Annenberg Space for Photography, where the exhibition "Cuba Is..." is currently on view, will host a Potato Ball Pop-Up on Saturday, Dec. 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 o'clock.Find the luscious palm-sized goodie, which is filled with ground beef, seasonings, and, yes, smashy spuds, too, at Doña Dulce, the on-site sweet shop that is running along with the photo exhibit.The shop is overseen by Porto's, and when it was first revealed, in August 2017, that Porto's would do a pop-up at the Century City snapshot spot, many fans expected that potato balls, inarguably Porto's most famous offering, would play a part.Alas, they would not; Doña Dulce is all about the grab-and-go desserts (hence the name).But potato balls will, repeat WILL appear at the Annenberg on Dec. 16, for four yummy hours, in a very festive showing of the potato-ball-iest season on the calendar.Buy 'em in packs of six, and when they're gone? You know what we're about to type next: They're gone. So arrive earlier than later, potato-ball-ists, if scoring a half-dozen savory goodies, in Century City, is part of your Saturday plan.Orbs and spheres may rule the yuletide in places near and far, but in zip codes that start with a 9? We need our Porto's potato balls, first and foremost, when the big family gatherings roll around.And if we can enjoy one or two or, let's be real, six, in Century City, on a Saturday in mid-December? There's no suspense in what happens next: We shall.Photo Credit: Porto's/Annenberg Space for Photography
Elvis Presley's honeymoon hideaway in the Southern California desert is back on the market.Photo Credit: The Associated Press/Rodeo Realty
The procession to the Virgin of Guadalupe is the oldest religious tradition in Los Angeles.
An attempted liquor store robbery turned violent when a man who tried to steal beer instead started slinging cans of the cold ones at the clerk.The incident happened in November at the Craig Liquor store in Santa Ana, but the video was only released Tuesday. A suspect walked into the store and at first asked for soda, but when he got the beer and it was time to pay, he started a tug of war that ended with flying cans of alcohol and an injured clerk. 2017 California Wildfires in Photos Salama Sedra, the clerk, said he didn't see the robbery attempt coming since the suspect first asked for Coca Cola, then Corona. He made it very clear he wanted it in cans.Initially, the suspect couldn't seem to find his way around the store, so Sedra had to help him, walking to the cooler and grabbing the 12-pack of beer for him and carrying it back to the register. Events: Hanukkah Commemoration Begins Tuesday at Sundown Sedra told the man how much the beer would cost, and that's when the tug of war began."When we went back and forth fighting for the 12-pack, the 12-pack got ripped," Sedra said. 2017 Southern California Images in the News Surveillance video captured what happened next.With beer cans spewed on the floor and counter, the suspect takes aim and begins launching cans at Sedra. The cans can be heard on the surveillance footage as they knock things over, Sedra ducking all the while to protect himself.Sedra then turns the tables and jumps out from behind the counter, hurling cans at the suspect as he flees out of the store, where Sedra says he got into a green SUV with a few other people inside."I never had somebody come to fight with me, never had before," Sedra said.He said the suspect destroyed bottles of vodka and whiskey, as well as the cash register. Sedra said he couldn't sleep for five days after the fight.Police describe the suspect as a Hispanic man around 35 years old, standing 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 200 pounds. Police say he has tattoos on both sides oh his neck and on his right outer calf.Anyone with information is asked to call the Santa Ana Police Department's Police Investigative Specialist L. Delisle at (714) 245-8647.Photo Credit: Craig's Liquor