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An officer-involved shooting occurred in the Porter Ranch neighborhood of Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
Free food, fun camps and cheap movies are just some of the deals that are being offered this summer.
If you miss "Castle," fear not! "Take Two," a new procedural crime series starring Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian premieres tonight!
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is one of several U.S. mayors set to gather at a Texas detention facility to demand family reunification amid the Trump administration's treatment of immigrant families.
The Los Angeles Police Department has for the first time publicly provided body camera video under a new policy requiring the release of footage within 45 days of critical incidents.
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Marijuana retailers across the state are seeing themselves forced to sell their cannabis products at a discount ahead of the July 1 deadline that will require products meet new state regulations.
Jay Penske -- son of billionaire Roger Penske -- and jos wife want to convert a 109-year-old closed church in Venice and build an 11,0000 square-foot mansion with a roof top deck and four-car garage.
In audio played in the courtroom, the 17-year-old girl who escaped sounded nervous and scared as she told 911 her sisters were chained up in the house and were waking up crying all the time.
“If you come to the Ralph’s here in the evening, sometimes it’s scary," said one man.
Carlos Castillo, 54, of Hollywood was out on bail Wednesday after having been charged of possessing photos and videos of children being sexually abused.
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A warehouse was engulfed in flames in Compton on Wednesday night. Beverly White reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on June 20, 2018.
A once street-wandering 29-pound cat turned viral phenomenon has found a forever home Wednesday.Photo Credit: Pasadena Humane Society
Clippers arena or affordable housing? Plans for Inglewood land goes to court. Angie Crouch reports for NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
Anaheim City Council debated and ultimately voted, 4-3, to let a measure aimed at increasing the minimum wages for Disneyland workers and workers at nearby hotels go to a city vote.Photo Credit: NBC4
Thousands of people came out to vote on a measure to split Koreatown to include a Bangladesh neighborhood. Ted Chen reports for NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a baby girl on Thursday, becoming the first sitting world leader to give birth in nearly three decades. The last head of state to give birth while in power was Benazir Bhutto, who had her second child in 1990, while prime minister of Pakistan. Ardern gave birth to a 7.3 pound baby in an Auckland hospital early Thursday morning, four days after her due date. She says she will take six weeks of maternity leave, during which the Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters, will assume her duties. Ardern says she will continue to read Cabinet papers during her time off. In a statement Ardern said, "I'm sure we're going through all of the emotions new parents go through, but at the same time feeling so grateful for all the kindness and best wishes from so many people. Thank you." Ardern's pregnancy sparked a global conversation about working mothers. In an interview earlier this year with Radio New Zealand, Ardern said, "I am not the first woman to multitask. I am
A Canadian mining firm says it will move forward with plans to mine minerals from land that was previously part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. Last December, President Trump removed nearly half of the Grand Staircase-Escalante from protection, as well as part of the Bears Ears National Monument, which is also in Utah. The move was the largest reversal of national monument protections in U.S. history. Glacier Lake Resources Inc., a Vancouver-based copper and silver mining firm, says it has acquired the Colt Mesa deposit , an approximately 200-acre parcel of land located about 35 miles southeast of Boulder, Utah. Because it was nationally protected, the area was previously off limits to development and mining. In a press release the company noted that the deposit "recently became open for staking and exploration after a 21 year period moratorium." Saf Dhillon, president and CEO of Glacier Lake Resources, called the project "a welcome addition to the company's
Alan Hyde is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System. He served in Operation Desert Storm, where he suffered an in-service leg injury. But it's his time with the Central Alabama VA, he says, that has left him more rattled, frustrated and angry. "It's a toxic environment there," Hyde says. "And I feel sorry for the veterans." Hyde is both a patient and a former employee at the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS) in Montgomery. He supervised employees who took vets for treatment outside the VA. Hyde was fired after six months for unspecified misconduct. He is among dozens of people who say they faced vicious retaliation when they tried to improve conditions there or hold managers accountable. More than 30 current and former VA employees spoke to NPR. They include doctors, nurses and administrators — many of them veterans themselves. All describe an entrenched management culture that uses fear and intimidation to prevent
China is threatening to impose new tariffs on lobsters from the U.S. in what could be the latest volley in a growing trade war. But the American lobster industry is already starting to feel the impact of steel tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. Bob Morris opens the bulkhead doors to his basement in Rockport, Massachusetts, and heads down into his workshop. Morris is a lifelong lobsterman, and when he's not out hauling lobster traps, he's building them in his basement. When he first started making lobster traps at age nine, the crates were made of wood and rope. But back in the 1980s, practically the entire industry switched to traps made out of wire grids. "It's got to be nearly 100 percent wire pots today in the lobster industry," says Morris. And here's where the new tariffs come in: that wire is made of steel. Many lobster traps are built from steel mesh made at Riverdale Mills in Northbridge, Massachusetts. CEO James Knott, Jr. shows me around. He points to three-ton
Tereza Lee is a music teacher and a concert pianist who is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Manhattan School of Music. But Lee, who was born in Brazil to parents who fled South Korea in the wake of the Korean War, is also known for something else: she's the original inspiration behind the DREAM Act , the legislative effort to provide legal status to undocumented children. While news of families separated at the border hit the high notes of a long-standing debate about U.S. immigration policy, Lee recalls her own experience of being an undocumented child and the moment, at the age of seven, when her father called the family to the living room to reveal their "serious secret." "I didn't really understand what it meant to be undocumented at such a young age," Lee tells NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. "I just knew that there's a real risk that I would never see my family again." Nearly three decades later, the childhood memory is still emotional for Lee to recall. Her family's status was hard to grasp at
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Brian Hill was the drummer in Pasadena's Ride The Wave, but now he's got his own outfit called Bandy, and this video for his debut single "Older" finds him making music something like particularly self-aware pop-punk and Vaselines-style indie rock—charming, catchy and a little bit cynical underneath, too.
Jenn Champion's coming Single Rider is the next step after her unexpectedly electro 2016 single "No One" and the intimate/intense "Leave Like That" with producer SMYL, and the album—and especially this song "Coming For You"—offers a careful and artful kind of pop with an immense sense of emotion within.
Fully committed freak rockers Hooveriii have a new 7" about to hit atmosphere and here's the A (for "attack," or maybe "alien"?) side "Guillotine," a gnarly mid-tempo piece of pulp sci-fi that's part Hawkwind—especially when they hit low orbit about three minutes in—and part Chrome and of course part some contemporaties like Ty Segall and thee Oh Sees.
Photos by Leslie Kalohi Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls headlined an incredible evening of music with dynamic, passionate folk-rock. With searing and honest lyrics, even more so on the new, politically charged Be More Kind, Turner’s songwriting and message has never been more clear.…
Photos by Maximilian Ho There was more room to mosh and crowd surf at the Teragram Ballroom as NYC trio Sunflower Bean returned to Los Angeles after playing the intimate Moroccan a few months ago before Twentytwo in Blue dropped. We sang along to the…
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El teléfono más asequible en la historia de Apple aumentó su capacidad de memoria, pero no luce moderno
Los cronistas de Telemundo están contentos luego del récord de audiencia para la cadena en su primer Mundial
El mes próximo, el gobierno decidirá sobre los fondos federales de Título X
Mucha música mexicana, shows de flamenco, cine al aire libre y el festival de la concha son algunas de las ofertas
Los astros también pueden crear lazos y conexiones que nos tienen puentes de puntos en común
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Billing itself as "the largest Latinx film festival in the United States," LALIFF takes place June 20-24 at the TCL Chinese Theatre, with five days of programming featuring a broad selection of short- and long-form award-winning and emerging films. The event also will feature LALIFF Legacy, its first-ever student film festival (Saturday and Sunday); a music series (all week); and an art show curated by CultureStrike. This comprehensive, all-Latino approach makes the festival a powerful cultural event that was worth the wait.
The highly anticipated one-day Smokin Grooves showcase at the Queen Mary was the follow-up to Smokers Club Fest, which took place just one month prior. The beauty in this lineup is the selection of amazingly talented singers, songwriters, rappers, producers, DJs and all the in-between. Each artist on the flyer was capable of delivering the soulful, feel-good vibe that music lovers want.
“I’m explosive,” vocalist Myriad Slits warns at the outset of ModPods’ new video for “Weepies,” from the L.A. trio’s album No Strut. As Ms. Slits lights the fuse of her own incendiary lyrics, Daniel Guzman sends out foghorn signals on bass while Mindee Jorgensen sets up a clattering post-punk racket of ominous tom-toms and snare drum.
Twenty years ago the trio of Culture Clash (Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas, and Herbert Sigüenza) brought us to Bordertown, a presentation filled with humor and politically-conscious writing. With the addition of Sabina Zúñiga Varela, they're back and bolder than ever with Bordertown Now.
It’s nice that writer-director Shana Feste’s family comic drama Boundaries shows an adult woman reluctant to let her vagabond dad back into her life — for good reason.