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Anita Baker, H.E.R., Meek Mill shine at BET Awards
06/25/2018 1:32am

The BET Awards honored singer Anita Baker with a Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony in Los Angeles.

Hermosa Beach looking to update city logo
06/25/2018 1:22am

The Hermosa Beach City Council is asking local artists to update the city logo.

3 pedestrians killed in Bloomington crash
06/25/2018 1:22am

Three pedestrians were struck and killed when a car veered out of control in Bloomington Sunday night.

Activists fighting to preserve Venice church
06/25/2018 12:33am

Community activists came out again this weekend to stop developers from turning the old First Baptist Church of Venice into a private residence.

Santa Monica approves Clover Park restroom project after questioning cost
06/24/2018 11:14pm

The Santa Monica city council approved a project to redo the restrooms at Clover Park after questioning the project's $2.3 million cost.



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Hundreds Block LA-Area Streets For ‘Sideshows’ To Watch Cars Do Burnouts
06/25/2018 1:12am

The tire marks are still visible at the intersection of West Duarte Road and South Baldwin Avenue in Arcadia, where 300-400 people were reportedly gathered watching cars do burnouts, sometimes coming dangerously close to spectators.

Did Camping Site Where Father Was Gunned Down Have Issue With Gunfire In The Past?
06/25/2018 1:03am

Meliss Tatangelo says she was camping at the same place a year ago when around 5 a.m. she heard a loud noise. Later, she said she found a bullet in the back of her car.

After Trump Tweets At Jimmy Fallon To ‘Be A Man’ About Hair-Tousling Bit, Host Announces Donation To RAICES Group Reuniting Immigrant Families
06/25/2018 12:28am

The president tweeted Jimmy Fallon was "whimpering" about his now-infamous hair-ruffling interview, telling the host to 'Be a man!"

Avenatti Says Feds Have Canceled Scheduled Monday Meeting With Stormy Daniels
06/25/2018 12:01am

The interview had been expected to focus on the $130,000 hush money Daniels received in 2016 from Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal attorney, in exchange for her silence.

Report: Officials Were Told Now-Deceased Lancaster Boy Was Abused For Years
06/24/2018 11:44pm

Anthony Avalos was rushed from his Lancaster apartment to a hospital Wednesday with critical injuries.



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Woman Says Her Car in 2017 Was Struck by Gunfire at Malibu Creek State Park Where Man Camping Was Fatally Shot
06/25/2018 1:20am

A woman who camped with her boyfriend at Malibu Creek State Park in January 2017 when her car was struck by a bullet believes someone could be targeting innocent people there after a man was fatally shot at the same location recently. “I think so,” said Meliss Tatangelo, of Simi Valley in an interview with KTLA on Sunday. Tristan Beaudette, a 35-year-old Irvine resident, was identified by the Los Angeles County Coroner on Saturday after being shot to death on Friday, […]

Democrat Harley Rouda Will Take on California GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher After Opponent Concedes
06/25/2018 12:16am

Democrat Harley Rouda will challenge GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher in California’s 48th Congressional District in November after his opponent Hans Keirstead conceded the second-place spot in the June 5 primary. Rouda and Keirstead, also a Democrat, had been locked in a nasty battle for the chance to take on 15-term incumbent Rohrabacher. Keirstead maintained a razor-thin lead as the votes were counted in the days after the election. But last week, Rouda, who is a real estate investor, overtook him […]

Defense Secretary James Mattis: DHS Wants 2 Temporary Camps on U.S. Bases to House Undocumented Immigrants
06/24/2018 11:16pm

Defense Secretary James Mattis said the Pentagon is in “close alignment” with the Department of Homeland Security with efforts to utilize military bases to house undocumented immigrants along the southern US border. The Department of Homeland Security has “come to us asking us to build temporary camps on two of our bases,” Mattis told reporters on board his plane at the beginning of a trip that will take him to Alaska, China, South Korea and Japan. “We are in a […]

Lena Dunham, Sia, Amber Heard, Join Protest of Immigrant Separations in Texas Border City
06/24/2018 10:25pm

Lena Dunham, Sia, Amber Heard and other stars visited the border city of Tornillo, Texas, on Sunday to protest the Trump administration’s policy that separated migrant children from their parents. On Instagram, Dunham posted a photo of a number of celebrities in Tornillo holding protest signs in the Texas heat. “We came to Tornillo, Texas, to show our solidarity with the families who have been separated, the children who are alone and the parents who are grieving and the undocumented […]

Boston Schools Superintendent Resigns 1 Day After Lawsuit Filed Alleging Shared Information Led to Student’s Deportation
06/24/2018 10:01pm

Boston Superintendent Tommy Chang announced Friday that he’s resigning, one day after a lawsuit was filed alleging that Boston Public Schools shared information about a student that led to the student’s deportation. The lawsuit was filed Thursday by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, the nonprofit group said in a news release, along with “a coalition of students’ rights groups.” The groups are suing to obtain records to “understand the extent to which (Boston Public Schools) shares such […]



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One Arrested in Pico Rivera, Arcadia Street 'Takeovers'
06/24/2018 10:01am

One person was arrested as crowds gathered overnight in Pico Rivera and Arcadia to watch a series of street "takeovers."The gathering in Pico Rivera began around 12:05 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of Paramount and Washington boulevards as people crowded to see cars doing donuts, said Sgt. Cardenas of the city's Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department station. Top SoCal Photos in the News Deputies dispersed the onlookers, but they gathered half an hour later about 2.5 miles down the road at the intersection of Beverly and Rosemead boulevards, Cardenas said. There, people blocked the intersection as cars continued to do donuts, some waving large Mexican flags.One person was arrested after throwing and striking a deputy with a bottle, Cardenas said. That deputy will be OK.  Road Trip: Wildlife, Mystery and Hidden Treasures Along PCH Though people also set off illegal fireworks, nobody else was injured, no property was damaged and no further arrests were made as deputies dispersed the crowd, Cardenas said. In Arcadia, people gathered at W Duarte Road and S Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia Police Department Sgt. Juarez said. That "takeover" was unrelated to the one in Pico Rivera, he added.  2018 FIFA World Cup Onlookers dispersed as soon as Arcadia police arrived at the intersection, though they later tried to gather on the 210 Freeway, Juarez said. The California Highway Patrol stopped the crowd from making it onto the freeway and no arrests were made, he said.Photo Credit: RMG News

Boxing Program Helps Parkinson's Patients Become 'Rock Steady'
06/25/2018 12:24am

Seventy-year-old Greg Broughton from Venice Beach was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease three years ago. The neuro-degenerative condition limits his movements and causes tremors."Just trying to button my shirt, open a carton of milk, everything I find takes much more deliberation," Broughton said. Pastor Rocky Chooses Community Over NFL Paycheck For the past few months, Broughton has been coming to Gerry Blank's Marital Arts Center in Pacific Palisades for a boxing class specifically tailored to people with Parkinson's."We do know that forced intense exercise keeps some of the symptoms of Parkinson's at bay and, in some cases, even reverses them." said Sarah Lahalih, a coach at the gym. "A lot of the movements are oppositional movements which helps with cognitive training and strengthens the core." 'Hire Her' Program Works to Teach Girls How to Get Photo Jobs The class is part of a nationwide non-profit program called "Rock Steady." It emphasizes gross motor skills, balance, core strength, and rhythm."The punching part feels really good, almost sort of like a release and also just to accomplish it," Broughton said. "But I have to admit the footwork part of it doesn't feel very good at all because I'm totally clumsy." The Learning Experience: Preschoolers Learn to be Humanitarians There is one aspect of this type of boxing that Broughton especially loves."It was particularly appealing when I found out no one was hitting back!" Broughton joked.Lillian Roth, diagnosed with Parkinson's 8 years ago, never thought she would get involved in a sport like this."My kids particularly think it's hilarious," Roth said. "They're middle-aged and they say, 'Boxing?'"Like others in this class, though, she is beginning to notice improvements."I think it's good for my shoulders and arm strength, and hopefully my movement will get better," Roth said.The class also includes exercises to increase mobility and hand-eye coordination.Lahalih, a 4 time Chicago Golden Gloves champ, says the program is changing lives everyday."We've had students come in on walkers and a month later [they] ditch their walker because they don't need it anymore," Lahalih said.The students also benefit from the sense of community."It illustrates that you're not by yourself," Broughton said. "You've got [other] folks are in the same circumstances."Together, they're knocking out symptoms one by one, fighting for a healthy future one punch at a time.To learn more about the Rock Steady program, you can visit their website at Credit: KNBC-TV

15-Year-Old Migrant Boy Runs Away From Texas Facility
06/24/2018 11:25pm

Police said Sunday that a 15-year-old boy ran away from the Texas shelter for migrant children, Casa Padre, NBC News reported. The boy had been in conversations to be reunited with a man whom he called his father, but details on the man weren't immediately clear. There was a discrepancy with a DNA test, and before it could be sorted out, the child ran away Saturday.  World Cup: Colombia Knocks Poland Out of the World Cup, 3-0 A police source told NBC the boy is in Mexico and the man he calls his father is sending him money to get him back to Honduras. "As a licensed child care center, if a child attempts to leave any of our facilities, we cannot restrain them," Southwest Key said in a statement. "We are not a detention center. We talk to them and try to get them to stay. If they leave the property, we call law enforcement." Celebration, Defiance on Display at NYC Pride Parade Photo Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Dodgers Hit Record 7 Solo Homers in Sweep of Mets
06/24/2018 4:52pm

You get a home run, you get a home run, everyone gets a home run!Justin Turner hit the Dodgers' seventh home run of the game, a go-ahead drive in the 11th inning that led Los Angeles over the New York Mets 8-7 Sunday. Erdogan Proclaimed Winner of Turkey's Presidential Election Cody Bellinger and Kike Hernandez each homered twice as the Dodgers beat the Mets for the 12th straight time dating to 2016. Max Muncy and Joc Pederson also connected for Los Angeles. Hernandez and Muncy led off the game with back-to-back shots."He threw me a bunch of sliders and I was pulling off a little bit, so I told myself to wait a little longer," Hernandez said of his second homer of the game against Mets' reliever Chris Beck. "He hung the next one…I was using Chase Utley's bat so that ball went kind of far. That's what we do, we hit homers." 25 Injured in Building Explosion in Germany: Police The seven home runs were all solo shots, and it tied the single-game record for most solo homers in a game in the modern era (since 1900). "It was very impressive," said Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts of the home run barrage. "A very good offensive display. Getting good pitches to hit and squaring them. The ball was flying out of the ballpark and it was very good to see." Mexico Fans in California Celebrate Win Against S. Korea, Block Street The Mets matched a team record for the most homers allowed in a game, and lost their sixth in a row overall.Combined, the two teams hit nine home runs in the game, the most by any two teams in a game this season.Turner, a former Met, homered off Chris Flexen (0-1) with two outs to put the Dodgers up for good. Los Angeles had squandered a 7-4 lead in the eighth when Kevin Plawecki hit a tying, three-run shot."I was just trying to hit a ball on the barrel there," Turner told SportsNetLA's Alanna Rizzo after the win. "What a day. Guys swung the bats well, a bunch of homers and sweep the series against the Mets here on the road is going to make for a happy flight going home."Daniel Hudson (2-2) picked up the victory with two scoreless innings. He worked around a leadoff walk in the 10th and stranded a runner at second in the 11th.The Mets lost for the 13th time in 14 games at Citi Field. They previously allowed seven home runs on April 30, 2017 at Washington.The depleted Mets were forced to start longtime reliever Jerry Blevins in place of Jason Vargas, who was placed on the 10-day disabled list Saturday due to a strained right calf.Making his first major league start in 533 appearances, Blevins gave up back-to-back homers by Hernandez and Muncy to begin the game. It was just the second time since 1900 that a pitcher had allowed two straight home runs to begin his first start in the majors, the Elias Sports Bureau said — Don Hendrickson did it in 1945 with the Boston Braves."Leading off the game against a lefty, I just wanted to make the best of the at-bat. I wasn't sure if that was going to be my only at-bat of the day," joked Hernandez who historically has success against left-handers like Blevins. "2-0, he left a fastball right down the middle and we got off to a good start."The Dodgers have hit an MLB-best 46 home runs in the month of June, and are just six homers shy of the franchise record for most home runs in a month (53), set by last year's team in June. TRAINER'S ROOMDodgers: RHP Walker Buehler (right rib microfracture) threw in the bullpen before the game. The 23-year-old rookie, who is 4-1 with a 2.63 ERA in nine starts this season, has been on the disabled list since June 12.Mets: Flexen was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas, taking Vargas' spot in the 25-man roster. . OF Brandon Nimmo was removed from the game due to a sore right pinkie. He injured it when he was hit by a pitch in the fifth inning and was replaced by Conforto in the top of the seventh.SITTING IT OUTMets SS Amed Rosario was held out of the starting lineup as part of a mental break over the next couple of days. His mentor, Jose Reyes, started in his place, Rosario entered to play short in the top of the 11th. The struggling 22-year-old, who's hitting just .249 with four home runs and 21 RBIs over 71 games, has had a tough time adjusting to major league pitching after hitting .328 with seven homers and 58 RBI at Triple-A Las Vegas before making his big league debut last season on Aug. 1, 2017."I'm just having a couple of days for me to relax and enjoy the game," said Rosario, who has hit only .212 (14 for 66) through 19 games in June.Mets manager Mickey Callaway and his staff sat down with the youngster to come up with a plan heading into their three-game series with Pittsburgh on Monday."We brought him in and talked to him, sat him down and we're going to make sure that we take these next couple of days to work on some things in his overall game," Callaway said. "This young kid is still trying to develop at the major league level and these couple of days will allow him to get some work done in the cage, some work done in the field tomorrow taking groundballs and things like that. So we thought this would be really good for him."UP NEXTDodgers: RHP Kenta Maeda (4-4, 3.11 ERA) starts the opener of a 10-game homestand with the first of four against the Chicago Cubs.Mets: RHP Seth Lugo (2-2, 2.85) starts the first game of a three-game set against Pittsburgh. It will be Lugo's fifth start of the season.Check out all seven of the Dodgers home runs in the video below: If you can't view the embedded videos, click "VIEW THE FULL MOBILE SITE"  at the bottom of this page.Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Free Adoption Day on the Way at Pasadena Humane
06/24/2018 6:28pm

If the Fourth of July is just around the corner, you can count on seeing a few things around your neighborhood and the larger area.Bunting? That will be available for purchase at the local party store, yes, in all sorts of red, white, and blue patterns. Butterfly Social Media Takeover to Take Wing Hot dog buns? You'll find those prominently displayed at the market, along with the other sorts of edibles we look for when planning a holiday barbecue.Animal shelters actively reaching out to the community on the topic of adopting ahead of Independence Day? Dine at Mohawk Bend, Leave with a Chair That's something you can't find in a store, but if you look within your heart, and you browse back through your memories of falling in love with a pooch or kitty or a rabbit, you'll find it.And you can expect a number of Southern California animal shelters to do just that in the days immediately preceding Wednesday, July 4, 2018.One annual example that's coming around again in 2018? The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, which will hold its 5th Annual Free Adoption Day just ahead of the Fourth of July.The Fourth is a (literally) booming occasion that has become an especially hectic one for various shelters as they take in lost animals, animals that may have been startled by the big sounds and hubbub of the fireworks-filled holiday.Free Adoption Day at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is on Friday, June 29. Cats and dogs will be there, yes, as will "... rabbits, birds, pocket pets, and reptiles," so if your household has been hoping to welcome a new sweetheart, your fateful moment to find such a sweetie is coming up.The shelter is looking to "empty kennels" before the holiday and match its wet-nosed, scaly-tailed, feathery-wing'd denizens with their perfect people.Pasadena Humane says that 152 pets departed Raymond Avenue for their forever home on Free Adoption Day 2017, making it the center's "largest adoption day of the year.""All dog and cat adoptions include the spay and neuter surgery, a microchip and age appropriate vaccines," is the good word. Also, a health-and-wellness exam — it is also free — is part of the adoption package, too, and a packet that provides important tips on caring for your newest family member.Find more information on the 5th Annual Free Adoption Day at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA now.Photo Credit: Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA

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