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Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7009


Simi Valley residents on high alert after mountain lion reportedly attacks 1 dog, kills another
12/05/2019 4:00pm

Police warned Simi Valley residents Thursday to keep their pets indoors after several reports of a mountain lion that is suspected of attacking two dogs, including one that was killed.

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12/05/2019 3:47pm

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Shocked? Electric eel named Miguel Wattson powers Tenn. aquarium's Christmas lights
12/05/2019 3:46pm

The Tennessee Aquarium is using an electric eel named Miguel Wattson to light up a Christmas tree.

Luke Walton has sexual assault case against him dropped by accuser
12/05/2019 3:05pm

Former Lakers coach Luke Walton has has a sexual assault case against him dropped by the accuser.

Michigan boy invites entire kindergarten class to his adoption hearing
12/05/2019 3:04pm

A Michigan boy had the best kind of moral support at his adoption hearing this week: his entire kindergarten class.


4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000


Deputy-Involved Shooting Erupts In San Bernardino Hotel
12/05/2019 3:45pm

A deputy-involved shooting erupted at a San Bernardino hotel Thursday afternoon.

‘Russell Wilson Shows Up When It Counts’ CBS2’s Greg Wolf On Why Seahawks Will Beat Rams
12/05/2019 3:42pm

CBS2 sports anchor Greg Wolf weighs in on why he believes the Seahawks will come out victorious against the Rams on Sunday night.

Researchers Find Drug Can Curb Delusions in Dementia and Alzheimer’s Patients
12/05/2019 3:39pm

A drug used to reduce delusions among Parkinsons patients has the same benefit for people suffering from Alzheimers disease and other forms of dementia, researchers announced this week.

‘Chargers Just Have Too Much’ For Jaguars, Says CBS2’s Greg Wolf
12/05/2019 3:34pm

The Chargers continue their disappointing season against the Jaguars, hoping to hold on to their slim playoff hopes.

Sex Assault Lawsuit Dropped Against Ex-Lakers Coach Luke Walton
12/05/2019 3:06pm

Walton was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at her Santa Monica hotel.


100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444


Desperate Owner Tried to Save Dog From Mountain Lion in Simi Valley, Family Says
12/05/2019 12:01pm

A woman fought to protect her beloved miniature Schnauzer from a mountain lion by punching the big cat and trying to pry the dog from its powerful jaws during a deadly encounter in the backyard of a Simi Valley home.Several neighbors reported seeing the mountain lion in the residential area in the hours before 10-year-old Pumbaa was killed and another dog was injured by the animal at a nearby home, police said Thursday. How the Star of a High School Musical Ended Up Homeless and Overdosing on LA Streets Police and agents with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife responded to the neighborhood Wednesday. Officers remained in the area early Thursday, searching for the big cat in the community about 40 miles northwest of Los Angeles.In a public safety alert, police said there were multiple reports of a mountain lion and asked people to keep pets indoors. The first reports were received Wednesday around midday in the Pawnee Court and Seneca Place area in northeast Simi Valley. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Officers who responded overnight looked over a fence and saw the mountain lion in the backyard of a home with a dead dog, police said. The owner suffered a minor cut on her finger after she tried to protect her pet from the big cat.She obviously cared about her dog very much, as all dog owners do, said Sgt. Keith Eisenhour. She tried to fend the animal off by punching it, elbowing it and tried to pry its jaws open. Celebrity Fans in the Stands: Los Angeles Lakers Edition The homeowners brother said Pumbaa woke her up around 2 a.m.She figured it had to go to the bathroom and opened the door, said the brother, identified only as Brian. I think she went out first, and she saw the mountain lion and her dog charged under her legs toward the mountain lion, and the mountain lion snapped it up.She jumped on the mountain lion and tried to pry its jaws open to save her dog because she loves her dog so much.Authorities, including police and officers with Ventura County Animal Control, fanned out in the neighborhood but did not find the animal.The mountain lion was wearing a tracking collar, the Ventura County Star reported. The devices are used by the National Park Service as part of the agencys studies of mountain lions in Southern California.In June 2018, a litter of four mountain lion kittens was found in the Simi Hills, a small area of habitat wedged between the larger Santa Monica and Santa Susana mountain ranges. The kittens are all female and are now known as P-66, P-67, P-68 and P-69.The mother of the kittens is P-62, who researchers have been tracking since January.She was recaptured in July and fitted with a new GPS collar.The mountain lion population is high in California, relative to other parts of the United States. Density estimates vary, but the figure might be as high as 10 lions per 100 square miles. By that estimate, the population is somewhere between 4,000 to 6,000 mountain lions statewide.But its difficult to say whether that population is increasing or decreasing without an ongoing statewide study.One thing is certain -- mountain lions go where they can find food, primarily deer. That sometimes brings them into urban areas, like Simi Valley, but it should be noted that a person is 1,000 times more likely to be struck by lightning than attacked by a mountain lion, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. There have been only 16 verified mountain lion attacks in California since 1890, six of which were fatal, according to the agency.The department receives hundreds of reports each year about mountain lions killing pets and livestock.Mountain lions are a specially protected species in California under the California Wildlife Protection Act of 1990, approved as Prop 117 by California voters. The classification has nothing to do with mountain lion numbers in California, but its passage made it illegal to hunt the big cats.Photo Credit: Family Photo

Nat'l Christmas Tree Lighting: How to Watch; Road Closures
12/05/2019 3:40pm

A D.C. holiday tradition is set for Thursday night. The National Christmas Tree outside the White House will be illuminated during a ceremony with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.Heres everything you need to know, from the broadcast schedule to road closures to how and when to see the tree in person. Capitol Christmas Tree Illuminated Wednesday Evening If You Have TicketsTickets have already been distributed via a free lottery. If you were able to snap some up, be prepared for road closures and the usual rush hour traffic, so consider taking Metrorail or a bus. The closest Metro stations are Farragut West and McPherson Square on the Blue, Orange or Silver lines. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App You should also be prepared to go through security checkpoints, so make sure you allocate enough time to get through. Plan to be in your seat by 4:30 p.m., a National Parks spokesperson said. The show will begin at 5 p.m.The tree lighting will be held on the Ellipse, just south of the White House. The Ellipse is also bordered by Constitution Avenue NW to the south, and 17th and 15th streets NW to the west and east. Va. Teacher Arrested for Holding Student Upside Down: Police Singer-songwriter Jessie James Decker is set to host. How to Watch Without TicketsIf you havent already scored tickets, youre out of luck. However, youll still be able to view the lighting ceremony on TV youll just have to wait a few days. The ceremony will air twice Monday night, on REELZ at 8 p.m. and on Ovation at 9 p.m.What to Know About Road ClosuresAs usual with major events in D.C., there will be road closures for the lighting ceremony. The following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic from about 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday:17th Street between Pennsylvania and Independence avenues SWC Street between 17th and 18th streets NWD Street between 17th and 18th streets NWE Street between 17th and 18th streets NWF Street between 17th and 18th streets NWG Street between 17th and 18th streets NWNew York Avenue between 17th and 18th streets NWConstitution Avenue between 18th and 14th streets NW15th Street between H Street and Madison Drive NW traffic will be allowed to flow south on 15th Street from Madison DrivePennsylvania Avenue between 14th and 15th streets NWE Street between 14th and 15th streets NWF Street between 14th and 15th streets NWG Street between 14th and 15th streets NWNew York Avenue between 14th and 15th streets NWAll street closures and listed times are subject to change, police warn.In addition, the following streets will be posted as Emergency No Parking from about 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday:17th Street between Pennsylvania and Constitution avenues NWConstitution Avenue between 18th and 14th streets NW15th Street between H Street and Constitution Avenue NWAny vehicles parked in violation of the no parking signs will be ticketed and towed, D.C. police warn.Drivers could encounter delays in the area and may want to consider alternative routes, police said. Drivers should also be careful due to increased pedestrian traffic in the area.How to Visit the Pathway of PeaceOutdoor holiday displays will light up the White House Ellipse throughout the month.The Pathway of Peace, the walkway surrounding the National Christmas Tree, will feature 56 trees, representing each state and territory, plus the District of Columbia all decorated with unique handmade ornaments. It will be free and open to the public starting Monday and continuing through New Years Day.In addition, youll be able to catch free 30-minute music and dance performances on the Ellipse stage from Dec. 11 to 22, excluding Dec. 16.Photo Credit: Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Kids Can Whale-Watch for Free During December
12/05/2019 3:47pm

Having a whale of a timeThat enjoyable pursuit can be done anywhere, from your den to a friends backyard to the library, if youve found an especially thrilling book. For a whale of a time simply means a good and memorable moment, one youll recall fondly.But to experience a whale of time while actually among whales, or at least while visiting a neighborhood thats known to have some mega mammalian visitors, is, well, double-whale-rrific.To up your whale-y wonder, you only need board a whale-watching expedition. Southern California is home to many, and when December arrives, the boats are in full, lets-find-a-whale mode.For thats when grey whale season officially kicks off along our coast, thanks to the migratory schedule of these gentle, blowhole-blessed giants. And if youve been thinking youd like some whale-person interaction, take note: Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching has quite a whale of a deal on during December 2019.Its no fluke: Kids 12 and under can join a whale adventure for free, all month long. The asterisks This deal covers two tots in your party, and, for sure, there needs to be a paid adult in that same party, too.Dana Point is billed as the Dolphin and Whale Watching Capital of the World, and while whale sightings are never guaranteed, enjoying a brisk and bracing day out on the waves is quite zingy, and good for anecdote-building, if youd like to have a few new family stories to share this holiday season.For all the prices and dates, visit the adventure company now. And if your twelfth month is terrifically busy, and you just cant make this whale of a deal, be not blue, er, grey: Grey whale season will swim right through to the end of April.And while this deal will end with the end of the year, you can find four more months of mammal-tastic good times out on the open water, as trips with Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching will continue throughout the season.Photo Credit: Carla Mitroff

Search Continues for Missing Conn. Baby; Mom's Death Ruled Homicide
12/05/2019 4:11pm

Police continue to search for a missing 1-year-old baby girl after finding her mother dead in their Ansonia home Monday night and said they are investigating tips after issuing an Amber Alert for the baby on Wednesday afternoon.The mother has been identified as 43-year-old Christine Halloway. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined the cause of death to be blunt force trauma and the manner of death homicide. Drug Can Curb Dementias Delusions, Researchers Find The last time family members saw 1-year-old Vanessa Morales was Friday night, according to police.Police said the investigation began when they responded to the home on Myrtle Avenue around 1 p.m. Monday after getting a request for a welfare check when Holloway did not show up for work or call in sick. When the officers went to the home, they said they received no answer. 3 Dead After Pearl Harbor Sailor Shoots Civilians, Himself Later in the evening, officers were called back to the home around 7:30 p.m. after Holloways family called them to report they had not heard from her.When officers arrived at the home, they said they forced their way in and found Holloway dead. There was no sign of her 1-year-old daughter police said. Hong Kong Residents Living With Tear Gas Worry of Effects When asked Thursday if there are suspects in the homicide, police said they are pursuing leads.We have some things that are pointing us in the direction thats helping us with the homicide investigation, Ansonia Police Chief Andrew Cota said Thursday morning.Police initially issued a Silver Alert for Vanessa, then issued an Amber Alert on Wednesday afternoon.Police said they initially issued a Silver Alert rather than an Amber Alert because they do not have a description of a vehicle or person the baby might be with, or a potential destination.Vanessa has brown hair and brown eyes. No information was available on what she might be wearing. Police believe she might be in Connecticut and said they dont have any indication that she was taken out of state.Ansonia Police said Wednesday that they are greatly concerned for Vanessas safety and are asking anyone with information to come forward.Police said they followed a lead in Stratford, but it turned up empty.On Thursday Ansonia Police were in Hamden as part of the ongoing investigation.State police and the FBI are helping with the search for Vanessa. Police said they are following leads and that their priority in the case is to find Vanessa.Police will hold a news conference at 5 p.m. Thursday.They are asking anyone with information to provide tips. Anyone with information is asked to call the Ansonia Police Department at 203-735-1885 or the FBI at 203-503-5555.Editors note: There have been multiple spellings released of the babys name. As of Thursday, police said her birth certificate has her name as Vanessa. The story above has been updated to reflect this.Photo Credit: Connecticut State Police This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Hollywood's Ever Bar Has Aspen-Style Sips
12/05/2019 1:23pm

Flying to Aspen from LAXBest settle in with some magazines and music, for jetting over to the storied Colorado hamlet will take just over 120 minutes. Cyber Monday Sales on Track to Hit Record And driving Load up on the snacks, and find a friend to spend the night with in Utah, because youll be on the road for 16 or 17 hours.But sipping a cocktail that is reminiscent of the sort of libation youd find at a cozy, Aspen-based lodgeYou can do that in Hollywood, at Ever Bar at The Kimpton Everly Hotel, through the end of December 2019.For the chic hangout has taken on some of the vibes of a mountain-town getaway, at least via a month-long menu that is full of flavorful and fancy holiday drinks.The most notable of the bunch Well, name-wise, for sure, it is the Hans Gruber, an elegant egg nog concoction that is spiky as the iconic Alan Rickman character seen and loved in Die Hard.Other brrr-beautiful beverages on the limited-time line-up include the Winter Solstice think Casa Noble Reposado Tequila, Pierre Ferand Dry Curacao, Chocolate Bitters and Flamed Lemon and Boots with Fur Lairds Apple Brandy is the vibe, plus Gran Classico, Lemon, Birch Bark Syrup, Black Walnut, Peychauds, Rosemary.Each drink is $18 unless noted.Can you get to Aspen on eighteen bucksIts not a likely proposition.But raising a Hans Gruber, in the heart of Hollywood, can be done. Throw on your snuggliest and chicest throw, the kind of wrap youd wear around the stylish, peak-close town, and make for this CO-meets-CA pop-up now.Photo Credit: Ever Bar


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San Bernardino, CA 92410   Directions

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(909) 889-9666


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