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Most high temperatures in Southern California will be in the 70s and low 80s on Thursday.
Orange County Sheriffs Department deputies are investigating a possible explosion reported at a home in Tustin.
Hundreds of Central American migrants traveling through Mexico, seeking asylum, have reached the U.S. border.
Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents Stormy Daniels in her legal battle with President Trump, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, the LAPD said.
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The Woolsey Fire began Thursday in the hills of eastern Ventura County and burned into Los Angeles County, destroying homes and other buildings on its way toward the ocean.Use the maps below to see where the fire has burned more than 91,500 acres. You also can see a smoke forecast and view photos and videos from the fire zone.PROGRESSIONThe Woolsey Fire began Thursday Nov. 8 in eastern Ventura County before jumping the 101 Freeway and spreading south toward Malibu.PERIMETERThe fire doubled in size after the first day, expanding into communities as it spread toward the ocean.SMOKE FORECASTSmoke drifted across Southern California as the fire spread, reducing air quality levels for a widespread part of the region. Air Quality Depending on which way the winds are blowing, fires can have a significant health impact on air quality in Southern California. PHOTOS AND VIDEOSThe fire burned some houses to the ground while leaving sometimes leaving neighboring residences relatively untouched. Below, a look at the Woolsey Fire in photos and video.Photo Credit: Joshua Young This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Inspired by a true friendship, Green Book takes us on a journey from the Bronx to the deep south during the Civil Rights Movement of the early 1960s. The Green Book itself was a real book used to guide African Americans to safe lodging, dining and business options while traveling in the Jim Crow south.Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali play the unlikely companions who use the Green Book as their guide while navigating uncertain situations. While the Green Book is the titular character in the film, we hardly see it at all. Instead the movie focuses on friendship, class, and racial injustices of the time.Tony Lipp Mortensen is an Italian-American bouncer and part time driver who is hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley Ali on a concert tour from Manhattan to the deep south and see that he gets safely to each performance. Shirley is a world-class pianist and although he is welcome to play for wealthy white crowds, he is not allowed to use the same restroom or accommodations.The movie touches on racial themes that are still relevant today. We see the heartbreak and frustration with Ali who is one minute praised for his talent, and being forced to use an outhouse the next.While the subject is heavy and should not be taken lightly, there is certainly a lighter feeling with this film, and even laugh out loud moments. Thats due in large part to director Peter Farrelly.I dont think we realized it was going to be as funny as it is, Mortensen tells me during a recent press interview. Weve watched the movie a few times and Im still laughing out loud when I see certain things.Racial wrongs and civil rights might not seem that amusing, but Farrelly skillfully draws you into these characters and their story with humor without compromising the real life heartache and fear that black people felt during this time. Something both actors say is relevant today.This film right now is somewhat of an antidote to some of the things were feeling bubble up on the surface right now. Ali said.Green Book opens nationwide on November 16th.
A bizarre brawl broke out in an Orange County McDonalds after a woman went into the employee area, demanded ketchup, and allegedly started choking an employee when she was told to leave, the Santa Ana Police Department said Tuesday.Police were searching Tuesday for the woman captured on McDonalds surveillance footage. I Voted: Show Us Your Election Day Selfies It started after the customer, a woman seen in surveillance footage in a pink shirt and gray sweatpants, got upset in the drive-thru because something was left out of her order Oct. 27.She allegedly became so upset that she walked in a back door left open at the Santa Ana McDonalds in the 1500 block North Bristol and began swearing at the manager, police said. Election Day in California: The 2018 Midterms in Photos The manager said she couldnt believe it started over ketchup.The woman allegedly slipped in through a door left open after an employee took out the trash. On surveillance, the woman in the pink shirt can be seen confronting the manager, and a fight quickly breaks out. Vintage Photos: Yosemite National Park, Then and Now It took a while before a co-worker tried to break up the fight. By that point, the woman in pink can be seen on video choking the employee.It happened all so fast. One of the girls did help me. The rest, I dont know, I wasnt really aware of what was going on, the manager who was attacked said. She didnt wish to be identified.The manager says beyond a few four-letter words, the woman kept asking for ketchup.Were starting to see more of this type of incident: people upset by service take it beyond a complaint. They physically assault the workers, said Cpl. Anthony Bertagna.About a minute after it began, a man walks in and seems to tell the female attacker its time to leave. It is unclear if she ever got the ketchup.Fortunately the male you see got her out of the store otherwise we dont know where this would have gone, Bertagna said.As for the 22-year old manager, she said she suffered more from shock than serious injury.The manager believes the two were seen leaving in a white car.Photo Credit: Santa Ana police
After a tough week in Southern California, the Los Angeles Lakers are joining the relief efforts.One week after a mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks claimed the lives of 13 people, and wildfires ravaged the southland destroying hundreds of homes and claiming lives, the Lakers are doing their part.The team announced on Wednesday, that they will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross to directly help victims of the Woosley Fire, and an additional $50,000 to the Conejo Valley Victims Fund for the families of the 12 victims whose lives were taken in the shooting.However, the $50,000 donation is not the only thing the Lakers have done to bring awareness and help the victims of the shooting. On Sunday, ahead of their win over the Atlanta Hawks, the Lakers were pregame t-shirts that said Enough across the chest, and had all 12 of the victims names on the back.The team also announced that they will set up a blood drive at all home games for those that were injured in the Thousand Oaks shooting.Photo Credit: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
A House committee will hear testimony Thursday from Department of Veterans Affairs officials over delayed GI Bill payments potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of veterans.NBC News reported Sunday that IT glitches at VA have caused GI Bill benefit payments covering education and housing to be delayed for months or never be delivered, forcing some veterans to face debt or even homelessness.NBC News learned on Wednesday that one of the key witnesses called to testify from VA was reassigned by the federal agency to a regional office in Houston.Robert Worley, executive director of Education Service of the Veterans Benefits Administration VBA, based in Washington, D.C., has been appointed to serve as the executive director of the VBAs Houston Regional Office, according to two sources close to the VA and an email reviewed by NBC News.Higher-ups at VA decided to reassign Worley due to the delayed GI Bill payments, as well as other issues within his office, sources said.Photo Credit: The Washington Post/Getty Images
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A CT scan revealed he suffered a complex fracture that involved the orbital bone, cheekbone and upper jaw bone when he was struck by a puck on the right side of his face in Mondays victory over Nashville.
The crash happened about 2:15 p.m. Tuesday east of Soutar Drive.
To paraphrase Yogi Berra, history aint over till its over.
The Bruins 2-1 finish the game on a 23-7 run in the final 6:28 while forcing six turnovers in the last three minutes of their 80-69 win. Sophomore Michaela Onyenwere leads UCLA with a career-high 25 points and 11 rebounds while senior Kennedy Burke adds 21 points, four assists and four steals.
The crash happened just before 2 p.m. at a Dominos in a strip mall in the 33000 block of Mission Trail in Wildomar.
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