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Los Angeles Mayor and his choice for LAPD's next chief talked about immigration, use of force and homelessness on Eyewitness Newsmakers.
Authorities slowly chased a stolen-vehicle suspect in a pickup truck around the outer limits of downtown Los Angeles Monday night.
The two people who were killed when a small plane crashed last week have been identified as a father and his stepson.
The owners of a dog named Archie issued a plea to the public Monday to help find their beloved pet after a burglar entered their Long Beach home and stole the dog.
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies and federal agents seized more than 550 firearms from a convicted felon in Agua Dulce, officials said.
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The Angels have lost seven of eight to fall well out of playoff position in the AL.
A Long Beach couple is heartbroken after their French Bulldog was stolen by thieves who broke into their home and tonight police hope security video during the crime will help them track down the burglars and the dog. Jeff Nguyen reports.
A violent fight at a homeless camp in Hollywood was caught on camera. Residents say it happens all the time and they are fed up and fighting back. Tom Wait reports.
The fire marshal has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to illegal fireworks.
An emotional vigil took place in San Pedro tonight as family and friends gathered to remember a teenage mother shot dead while she was driving. Chris Holmstrom reports.
KNBC-TV 4 - NBC
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Police were in pursuit of a vehicle near the 101 Freeway in the downtown Los Angeles area on Monday night.Photo Credit: Newschopper4 Bravo
Austin Johnston is CEO of Busy Events Production Company in Anaheim, and so, naturally, he was too busy to get out of the office and grab lunch. What he didn't know was that grabbing lunch via popular food...
A Long Beach burglary Sunday morning resulted in the theft of a local couple's beloved dog.Photo Credit: Long Beach PD
Investigators say a fire in Victorville that threatened homes was caused by illegal fireworks. Tony Shin reports for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on June 18, 2018.
Police had to call in a number of officers in Fullerton after hundreds showed up to see cars doing donuts and other tricks. Vikki Vargas reports for the NBC4 News at 5 Monday, June 18, 2018.
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More than 115 Americans are dying every day from an opioid overdose. But a study out Monday finds that just three in 10 patients revived by an EMT or in an emergency room received the follow-up medication known to avoid another life-threatening event. The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, followed 17,568 patients who overdosed on opioids between 2012 and 2014 in Massachusetts. It looked at survival rates over time and whether or not patients received medicines that treat addiction. Of the patients who did receive medication, 17 percent took buprenorphine, known by the brand name Suboxone, for roughly four months. They had a 40 percent lower death rate after one year, as compared to those who did not take any medication. The results for the 11 percent of patients who took methadone were even stronger: They cut their death rate by 60 percent. Buprenorphine and methadone both reduce the urge to get high on powerful street drugs which can lead to another overdose. A
A summer already full of high-profile hip-hop releases just got hotter. NPR Music's Ann Powers and Rodney Carmichael break down the surprise release of Jay-Z and Beyoncé's joint album , Everything Is Love , and explore how it sounds both on its own and compared to the competition. Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: More than 100 Americans die from drug overdose every day as a result of the ongoing opioid epidemic. This is according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For those who survive an overdose, you might think being hospitalized with an addiction would be the first step towards getting enrolled in a lifesaving treatment plan. A study out today finds that doesn't happen most of the time. From member station WBUR in Boston, Martha Bebinger reports. MARTHA BEBINGER, BYLINE: Dr. Marc LaRochelle's team reviewed records from more than 17,000 Massachusetts residents who were brought back to life after an opioid overdose - some here at Boston
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: More than 100 Americans die from drug overdose every day as a result of the ongoing opioid epidemic. This is according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For those who survive an overdose, you might think being hospitalized with an addiction would be the first step towards getting enrolled in a lifesaving treatment plan. A study out today finds that doesn't happen most of the time. From member station WBUR in Boston, Martha Bebinger reports. MARTHA BEBINGER, BYLINE: Dr. Marc LaRochelle's team reviewed records from more than 17,000 Massachusetts residents who were brought back to life after an opioid overdose - some here at Boston Medical Center. MARC LAROCHELLE: What we were interested in looking at was who got medication afterward, and then we wanted to see if that medication was effective for reducing harms. BEBINGER: In LaRochelle's study, patients who started buprenorphine, brand name Suboxone or
It's been a decade since the financial crisis drove up the unemployment rate in the U.S. and forced people in the prime of their careers to give up looking for work. Even today, as employers add jobs at a furious pace, the workforce participation rate still hasn't recovered. And now researchers think they know one reason why: the opioid crisis. According to a report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the percentage of people of prime working age – between 25 and 54 – who are employed or looking for work is well below the rate of other developed countries. The labor force participation rate has been climbing back up since the Great Recession, and among prime workers it reached a low of 80.6 percent in 2015, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The last jobs report in May of this year marked the lowest unemployment rate since 2000 at 3.8 percent, but the workforce participation rate of prime-age workers only rose by about 1 percentage point. In 2016,
Updated at 6:15 p.m. ET President Trump Monday announced his intention to create a "space force" that would oversee the military's activities off-world. "When it comes to defending America, it is not enough to merely have an American presence in space," Trump said at a meeting of the National Space Council, which oversees the nation's space policy. "We must have American dominance in space. So important." "I'm hereby directing the Department of Defense and Pentagon to immediately begin the process necessary to establish a space force as the sixth branch of the armed forces. That's a big statement," the president continued. Experts were quick to point out that President Trump cannot actually create a space force. A new branch of the military can only be established by an act of Congress — something that hasn't happened since the Air Force was split from the Army in 1947. "Last year the House passed a bill that would have created a space corps," says Todd Harrison, director of the
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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…
Photos by Marcos Manrique Chicago’s Post Animal ripped through songs from their debut album When I Think of You in a Castle at the Bootleg. BOYO opened as a solo act with Slow Pulp following.
Photos by Leslie Kalohi After nearly two months of touring, Flatbush Zombies played a penultimate, sold out show at The Novo in support of their sophomore album Vacation in Hell. The Brooklyn rap trio arrived to the stage in dramatic fashion, emerging energetically from coffins…
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El actor interpreta al pintor malagueño en la serie de National Geographic "Genius: Picasso" que concluye este martes 19 de junio
Hay signos con los que la compatibilidad carnal te llevar a vivir un placer sin medidas ni tapujos
Periodistas que visitaron el centro de detención de inmigrantes Úrsula en Texas aseguran que vieron a 20 niños dentro de una estancia rodeada de rejas como una jaula
La conductora publicó una fotografía recostada en una cama de hospital junto a la bebé y su esposo
Trump no da tregua en su guerra comercial con China
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Etheria's Heidi Honeycutt and Stacy Pippi are helping women in the industry fight the good fight, shining a spotlight on femme fatale filmmakers with a subversive sensibility via their program of shorts, which took place this weekend.
Hardcore David Lynch fans probably will come to this new book, Room to Dream, hoping to get the inside dope on where their hero’s creepy artistic vision came from and what it is that’s inside that feverish (non-severed) head. But be warned that Room to Dream, released Tuesday, June 19, is a slow-paced and “granular” biography.
Chef Roy Choi, the man Anthony Bourdain once said “changed the world” with his innovative culinary concepts, is moving his food-and-beverage revolution to Las Vegas. On Friday Choi posted on his Instagram that he is leaving his post at the Line L.A. in Koreatown, where he oversaw the hotel’s bars, Pot Lobby and Commissary, and its coffee shop, Pot caFe.
Erstwhile Dokken/Lynch Mob guitar hero George Lynch has joined forces with Living Color singer Corey Glover plus drummer Chris Moore and bassist Pancho Tomaselli for a new project called Ultraphonix. As one might suspect judging by the talent involved, Ultraphonix is both technically dazzling and soulful.
Wouldn’t you fucking know it? After a year that saw The Fontaines sell out the Troubadour, wow at SXSW, and get some major radio play, just as they appear to be on the brink of something genuinely special, they’re splitting up. Right as we’re about to interview them for this feature.