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A search is underway for a suspect who allegedly sexually assaulted a UCLA student at a fraternity party.
Buffalo Wild Wings is jumping into the pumpkin spice craze with its own sauce to accompany its wings.
California business advocates are rallying in support of a measure to give employees the option of a flexible work week.
Lawyers called for Californias attorney general to investigate USC and its involvement over the sex abuse scandal surrounding former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall as more victims came forward Thursday.
Kobe Bryant was dropped Wednesday from the jury of an animated film festival after calls for the former NBA stars ouster over a 2003 rape allegation.
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LeBron James first regular-season game with the Lakers comes Thursday, when they visit Portland.
According to a new study by analysts at CableTV.com, Californias favorite horror film is the 1977 Italian supernatural horror film Suspiria.
A helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing Thursday at Dodger Stadium after apparent engine trouble.
The last thing on your mind after chemo treatment should be driving home. The American Cancer Society can arrange a hotel for you if you cant make the trek home.
Join the CBS2/KCAL9 family on Oct. 21, for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Orange County.
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The famous Baby Trump balloon will fly through the sky in downtown Los Angeles Friday morning ahead of Politicon, an unconventional political gathering this weekend.The balloon will take to the skies over the 110 and 10 interchange outside the LA Convention Center beginning around 8 a.m. Calif General Election Sees 1.5M New Registered Voters This will be the Baby Trump balloons West Coast debut. It was first released into the air at a protest in London this past summer.Baby Trump depicts PresidentDonald Trump wearing a diaper, holding a phone in his hand, with an angry look on his face. Trump: Certainly Looks Like Saudi Writer Dead Politicon will be held this Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at the Convention Center and feature politicians and big names in entertainment, includingAdam Carolla, Alyssa Milano, Ana Navarro, Ann Coulter, former Governor Chris Christie, Clay Aiken, Dennis Rodman, Henry Winkler, Kathy Griffin, Tomi Lahren, and more.For more information on Politicon, including who will be in attendance, click here. Get to Know the Candidates in OCs Key Congressional Races Photo Credit: Sunshine Sachs
Spirit Halloween threw its annual Halloween party on Oct. 17 for pediatric patients and families at UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital. Photo Credit: UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital
Deep in a playoff run and only one win away from a second straight World Series appearance, the sports gods decreed that baseball would take a break because LeBron James debuts with the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday.The 2018-19 season finally tips off for James and the Lakers, though the debut curiously arrives two nights after the season officially started, on the road and in a rather hostile environment. The NBA Returns Tuesday, but All Eyes Are on LeBron and the Lakers The Lakers have been swept by the Blazers in each of the past four seasons, and the last time the Lakers won in Oregon was way back in March of 2014 in a game that can best be described as a fluke.Mike DAntoni coached a team that started Pau Gasol, Wesley Johnson, Kendall Marshall, Jodie Meeks and Kent Bazemore, with Ryan Kelly, Robert Sacre, Marshon Brooks and Xavier Henry serving as the only contributors off the bench. That freak game can be described as DAntonis greatest coaching performance or the true measure of Gasols greatness.Since that miracle March night, the Lakers have lost 15 straight times to the Blazers. So, James has a rare opportunity to immediately turn the symbolic tide for the Lakers with a debut victory in a city that has historically haunted the Lakers.More than most cities, Portland chants Beat LA with conviction, passion and consistency.While Lakers fans have permeated every NBA arena, Portland remains one of the few arenas where the home crowd is seemingly always in control of the atmosphere--even when the purple and gold come to visit.Portland has a team that can start the season in a dead sprint with Damian Lillard coming off an All-NBA First Team selection, C.J. McCollum making an argument to be an All-Star, Jusuf Nurkic possessing a unique skill set and a roster that has retained role players and maintained relative cohesion in the offseason.The Lakers, meanwhile, are barely learning to crawl with James arrival serving as a catalyst for massive roster changes. Rajon Rondo and JaVale McGee both expect to start on Thursday, and neither of them look like they belonged in Lakers jersey until preseason rolled around and they took the court--especially former Boston Celtic Rondo.The additions of Michael Beasley and Lance Stevenson are the equivalent of cooking meat over a fire. If all goes well, the two veterans could turn out to be positive, digestible additions that serve a purpose. If all does not go well, though, the experiment could result in a stomach turning scene that features a heavy dose of regret and a promise never to attempt anything as reckless in the future.If James is a porterhouse cooked at the finest of restaurants in an upscale Beverly Hills restaurant, Brandon Ingram is a hipster food truck in Silver Lake that is drawing longer and longer lines by the day after being reviewed in the Food section of the LA Times. Ingrams got a special, attractive flavor to his game, and while a great deal can be learned in sports with a hard work ethic, which the Kinston, North Carolina native has plenty of by all accounts, Ingrams natural length cannot be taught.Fewer than two months past his 21st birthday, Ingram is already the second most important player on a team that can legitimately be considered one of the handful of championship contenders to start the season.To start the 2018-19 season, the Lakers only trail the Rockets, Celtics and Warriors based on Las Vegas odds. The Raptors and Sixers have longer odds to win a title in 2019 than the Lakers according to oddsmakers.Beyond James, Rondos addition seems to be heralded with coaches and teammates fawning over the 2008 NBA champions mental capacity and leadership on the court.Rondos addition not only eased the pressure on Ball not to rush back from offseason knee injury it also allowed Ball to likely slot into a second unit with fellow sophomore Kyle Kuzma and, probably, Josh Hart. The trio has chemistry on and off the court, and three of the core four Lakers playing together on the second unit should be perceived as a positive in the long term.How, exactly, the Lakers fit together will likely be a work in progress, but the Lakers greatest assets are depth and youth--apart from James, of course.Youth, depth and, most importantly, James will be take the court on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time.Photo Credit: Shahan Ahmed
As investigators searched for clues Thursday into the cause of a fire at a metal processing plant in Santa Fe Springs, officials said they had to assume a defensive stance due to titanium burning inside.The fire was reported about 4:35 p.m. Wednesday at United Alloys and Metals, in the 9600 block of John Street. The company processes scrap titanium and the fire began in a room where titanium is kept, said Tom Hall, the director of environmental & fire prevention at Santa Fe Spring Fire-Rescue. A Mess in Maywood A special system and room inside was built to help suppress the fire, Hall said. The fire recalled a similar blaze at a metal recycling plant in Maywood in 2016 when the NBC4 I-Team found challenges in dealing with fires like these. The fire in Maywood caused hundreds of people to evacuate their homes and led to major changes in state requirements.Businesses are required to do enhanced annual reporting and disclose metals that are reactive under fire conditions. SPECIAL REPORT: A Mess in Maywood It is so hot it can break apart the water and generate hydrogen and cause that to burn, Hall said. So the more water you put on it the more it can react.He said firefighters knew of the titanium inside because of prior inspections. That was not the case when firefighters came upon a fire at a metal recycling plant in Maywood in 2016. An NBC4 investigation found that certain metals were not on the list of hazardous materials that business had to report to the state.That changed last year when Gov. Jerry Brown approved additions to the state health and safety code. Now combustible metals, including magnesium and titanium, must be disclosed to various agencies, changes that came, in part, because of the NBC4 investigation.Hall said such businesses have to recertify annually with their business plans. Santa Fe Springs is having owners include such metals as part of their business plans and the department is working closer with fire departments across the region as part of a statewide effort to better monitor scrap metal businesses, Hill said.
Politicon: Regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on, or whether youre somewhere in the aisle, or youre way outside of the building, this much is true: You want to be heard. Well also surmise that youd like to listen, and understand, and learn, which is where the non-partisan Unusual Political Convention comes in. A whole caboodle of thinkers, writers, podcasters, performers, and political satirists will talk and get very, very topical at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Oct. 20 and 21.AIDS Walk 2018: Whether youve joined a team or are walking as an individual or supporting someone you love, you can play a part in this venerable show of community, understanding, and acceptance. Be at Grand Park, for the start and finish of the 10K walk, on Sunday, Oct. 21. Cant make it There are ways to give. Do so now, and help APLA Health, an organization that seeks to ... achieve health care equity and promote the well-being of the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. Heres where to start.Los Angeles Archives Bazaar: Even if you were to travel a long road into our citys past, you cant know every story, every character, and every why/how that LA is built upon. But You can try, or at least make a good go of knowing a few local corners of the LA story very well. This free annual happening at USCs Doheny Memorial Library gathers together a host of history-minded groups for a day of research, workshops, panels, and more, all with a single focus: Sharing the backstory of our behemoth-big, utterly fascinating megalopolis. Be there on Oct. 20.Long Beach Zombie Festival: Are you super-into shambling about, while uttering monstrous moans, while in public There are others out there who share your otherworldly vibe. Join them at Shoreline Village, and The Pike, for three spooky zombie walks on the nights of Oct. 19, 20, and 21. The walks are all part of the larger festival, which is lurking around Rainbow Lagoon on those same dastardly dates. Want to learn more about zombie make-up, join a zombie scavenger hunt, and revel in the eerie universe of undead fandom Shamble over here for tickets.EastSide Food Festival: Hopping around dozens of restaurants and bars, even those found in the same general neck o the woods Thats going to take time, but visiting over 35 of them, in one storied spot, on a Sunday afternoon/evening Rather quicker, if you like to get to know cuisine-mastering favorites in one tasty swath. There shall be beverages, too, at the party, which is spreading out at Mack Sennett Studios. Theres a VIP Happy Hour, too, if you want to go in that drink-fancy direction. Details on the Oct. 21 food-tacular Tuck in your napkin now and read on.Photo Credit: Getty Images
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