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500 Circle 7 Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7009


R. Kelly charged with 10 counts of sex abuse, expected in bond court Saturday; Michael Avenatti details new tape
02/23/2019 8:03am

R. Kelly was charged Friday with sexual abuse in Cook County, Illinois. The R&B star was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four victims, according to States Attorney Kim Foxx.

Consumer Reports reveals top car picks for 2019
02/23/2019 3:03am

Consumer Reports buys and tests about 50 new cars each year, evaluating everything from performance, to fuel economy, to child seat installation. Now CR is out with its annual auto issue that includes a list of its top car and SUV picks.

ABC7 Salutes: West Los Angeles VA building to become homeless housing for veterans
02/23/2019 2:47am

An organization is planning a full-scale neighborhood for homeless veterans on the 330-acre West Los Angeles VA campus, with 1,200 units made up of renovated buildings and new construction.

3 Bay Area men up for Oscars for their work on blockbuster smash 'Black Panther'
02/23/2019 2:07am

Black Panther is up for six Oscars. Three Bay Area sound editors who worked on the film could take home their first golden statuettes.



4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000


Build The Wall (Better) — Thieves Hit Computer Store By Tunneling Through Nail Salon
02/23/2019 1:33am

And then two guys appear and they have apparently seen a heist movie or two.

Goldstein Investigation: Money Flows Like Water At Water Board Meetings
02/23/2019 1:26am

Board members like Carol Kwan get a per diem of around $250 a meeting. And while its a part-time job, it is big business.

Female Empowerment Celebrated At 12th Annual Women In Film Oscar Party
02/23/2019 1:14am

I dont know anything more ferocious than a woman. And so you get a lot of them together and there is just no stopping it, said actress Kate Bosworth.

Hollywood Strippers Seeking Fair Wages, End To Alleged Sexual Harassment And Assault
02/23/2019 12:50am

A group of adult dancers says they arent getting a fair shake at Los Angeles strip clubs, and its in part because of a California court ruling.

Skiers, Snowboarders Gearing Up For Fresh Snow In Wrightwood
02/23/2019 12:32am

Its set to be a big weekend at resorts in Wrightwood after a storm dumped a massive amount of snow.



100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444


Meet Merlin the Rescue Duck, and Check Out His Custom Wheelchair
02/22/2019 7:05pm

Walkin Pets may soon have to add waddlin to their name.The online retailer by HanicappedPets.comrecently gave a rescue duck its own custom wheelchair. 100 Chance of Hearts Being Tugged at RESCUECON Merlin was found by rescuers with a defect in his leg that left him immobile. Despite being given a prosthetic to help with stability, the mallard still had trouble reaching a full range of motion.With the chair, he is able to move around, exercise, and attend water therapy sessions for an hour a day to help him get back to strength and waddling once again. Rib-Sticking Santa Anita Chili Cook-off Heats Up Goats of Anarchy, a sanctuary for special needs goats, adopted Merlin in Nov. 2018 and currently cares for him in New Jersey. He is the first duck under their watch, but they also care for animals like pigs, horses and Merlins best friend, Opal the chicken.Merlins wheelchair is a conversion from a Mini Walkin Wheels Wheelchair. The customization was made to fit his longer and wider build. February Storms Wipe Out Drought for Most of California Without the help of rescuers, it is believed that he would have never survived on his own.The extra support from Walkin Pets will help Merlin get back to shakin his tail feathers like never before.Photo Credit: Walkin Pets by

Feinstein Confronted by Children on Climate Change
02/23/2019 4:55am

U.S. Sen Dianne Feinstein, D-California, isnt backing the Green New Deal, and she wasnt shy about letting a group who does support it know it even if they are children.A group of schoolchildren visited the senator at her San Francisco office Friday and urged her to get on board with the renewable energy legislation, NBC News reports. Click Here or Email Your Photos to But the conversation quickly turned into somewhat of a confrontation, and Feinstein has been criticized online for the tone she took. Edited video of the 85-year-old lecturing more than a dozen kids went viral Friday.Photo Credit: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call,Inc. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

VIDEO: Dog and Tortoise Get Stuck in a Backyard Tunnel in Fontana
02/23/2019 7:24am

A family in Fontana had quite a unique experience when their pets got into deep trouble.The Arballos own a German Shepherd named Taylor and a giant tortoise by the name of Godzilla. 100 Chance of Hearts Being Tugged at RESCUECON Taylor loves the game of fetch, but chasing after her toys may be what landed her several feet deep into a long tunnel in the familys backyard.Normally, it wouldnt be a problem for Taylor to make her way out of a tunnel. But this time there was something in the way - their tortoise. Rib-Sticking Santa Anita Chili Cook-off Heats Up Her name is Godzilla. My 80 pound tortoise, said pet owner Tracy, shes huge.The Arballos called the firefighters to the rescue, and them, and the whole family, dove into the tunnel trying to free Taylor and desperate to get Godzilla to budge. February Storms Wipe Out Drought for Most of California The dog is our family dog, we love her very much, said Tracys husband, Simon Arballo. I was just trying to free her.After about 30 minutes of trying many alternatives, it became clear that Godzilla couldnt be forced out of that tunnel. Instead, she needed some enticing.We just got the lettuce, you know, and some little carrots, a little maneuver and shes out, Tracy said, just enough for Taylor to come out and happy ending.

Canyon Country Landslide Threatens Homes Above and Below
02/23/2019 1:14am

It was the Presidents Day Holiday, and the Estrada family was barbecuing in the backyard of their Canyon Country home when they noticed cracks in the patio concrete.That was their first inkling of a slow-moving landslide that in the days since has torn apart two yards, toppled fences, split the trunk of a palm tree in half, and threatened their home, their neighbors and homes below. Click Here or Email Your Photos to On Friday, building inspectors yellow tagged those four houses, warning the residents there is enough hazard no one should be on the property during the hours of darkness.Of added concern to the Estradas is discovering some cracks in drywall and ceilings inside their house.Everyone is just trying to figure out what the plan is to get it to slow down or stop, said Stephanie Estrada as she surveyed the damage wrought by the still creeping slide.She, her husband and three children stayed with friends Thursday night, and now are looking for extended arrangements.North of the cutline, her yard and that of her neighbors had dropped six to eight feet, and the mass of earth had moved into the back patios of two homes on Trestles Drive, knocking over fences and pushing up the concrete flooring in an area developed in recent years.Thursday was a sleepless night for the Guillen family, hearing a wall come down behind their home.Just kind of heard the crumble, a really loud rumble, said Daphne Guillen. It was a row of blocks, then another row of blocks, just progressive.When they came out in the morning they could see the landslide had pushed under the concrete and raised it almost perpendicular to the ground, just feet from their back wall. They began packing to relocate until the threat can be resolved, and did not plan to remain Friday night.Concerned that further earth movement could break a water main that passes by the slope, authorities throttled down the volume of water passing through the main.The cause of the slide remains to be determined. There was speculation the wet winter was a factor. Cisco Guillen, Daphnes husband, recalled there had been a smaller slide down the slope after an earlier rain event.The slope thats failing is on private property, crossing the boundary between two communities, each with their own homeowners association, and each has hired experts to assess the situation and recommend responses.Friday, a crew of laborers was placing sandbags in the patios between the slide and the homes on Trestles Drive, to divert any water that may drain down, but not with any expectation of stopping earth movement.Photo Credit: KNBC-TV

Photos: You Wear Winter Well, Yosemite National Park
02/21/2019 10:13am

Californias natural wonder is covered in a fresh blanket of snow with more on the way this week. See the sights that are wowing winter visitors at Yosemite National Park.Photo Credit: AP



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Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

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San Bernardino, CA 92410   Directions

(909) 384-4444


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