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The Internet Mourns Passing Of Reowned Actor Bill PaxtonCondolences are pouring in via social media amid the passing of Bill Paxton, known for his roles in movies like "Titanic," and "Twister," and most recently on the CBS series' "Training Day."
Reowned Actor Bill Paxton Dead At 61, Family Representative ConfirmsActor Bill Paxton has died of complications from surgery, CBS Los Angeles has learned.
Complete List Of Nominations For 89th Annual Academy Awards Will "La La Land" dance its way into the hearts of the Academy?
Lawyer Explains How You Can Protect Yourself From Stalker"NCIS" star Pauley Perrette revealed, for example, that she's been stalked for more than a decade.
Trump Tweets He's Not Going To Attend Annual White House Correspondent's DinnerThe event has become a Washington, D.C. ritual where the president and other politicians join celebrities and journalists in an evening of good-natured satire similar to a roast.
Coast Guard Joins Search For Missing 18-Year-Old Swimmer Near Huntington BeachThe teen, identified as Shaun Linn, was last seen swimming near Bolsa Chica State Beach.

Latest LA Sports

No. 5 UCLA Dominates Offensive Boards To Edge No. 4 ArizonaThomas Welsh scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half and No. 5 UCLA dominated the offensive boards to beat No. 4 Arizona 77-72 in a Pac-12 showdown Saturday night.
Quick's Return Spark Kings To Win Over DucksThe Los Angeles Kings were desperate for a spark, staring down their second shutout loss to the rival Anaheim Ducks in less than a week and third of the season, just 20 minutes away from ceding more ground in their desperate chase for a wild card in the Western Conference.
Spurs Kick Off Rust From Layoff To Beat Clippers, 105-97Blake Griffin scored 29 points for the Clippers, who have dropped consecutive games to the league's two winningest teams since the All-Star break ended.
Westbrook's Triple-Double Leads Thunder Past Lakers, 110-93D'Angelo Russell scored 29 for the Lakers.

Eat.See.Play

Best Activities To Do This Weekend In Los Angeles - February 24The work week is winding down which means it’s time to get to planning just how best to spend your two days off. Follow our guide of top events and have some fun this weekend!
Guide To The 2017 All Star Chefs ClassicThe All-Star Chef Classic is Los Angeles' premier food event that offers guests an unparalleled festival experience featuring over 55 Michelin-starred chefs and James Beard award nominees and winners.
Los Angeles' Coolest Small Venues For Live MusicCapture the energy that only real deal talent can deliver at one of these environment-rich venues, most of which are intimately sized for an up close and personal experience.
Ask A Los Angeles Expert: Tips On Throwing An Oscars PartyWhile Hollywood studios, media moguls and starlets prepare to walk the red carpet, what a perfect time to emulate the glitz and glamour host a party to celebrate!

Eat.See.Play OC

Best Activities This Weekend In Orange County - February 24With the sun out this weekend, take advantage of wonderful outdoor and indoor activities across O.C. See a comedian, visit a farmers market and more.
Best Pool Halls In Orange CountyOrange County has the finest felt, the straightest cues and the best prices, so check out this list of five great places to shoot pool in O.C.
Best Wine Stores In Orange CountyStop by these Orange County wine stores for a taste of greatness.
Best Spring Festivals Near Orange CountyMusic, food and cultures harmonize for a day or two to wake your body from winter hibernation. Here are the best spring festivals that should be on your calendar!

Investigative Reporting

Donors Beware! More Scammers Are Targeting Crowdfunding SitesAt least three accounts have been set up on GoFundMe under Boyer's name. It is not clear if they are scams.
Trump Wants To Build Wall Along Border, But What About Security Underground?Some of the drug-smuggling tunnels discovered in the Otay Mesa area go as deep as 90 feet underground.
An Up-Close Look At U.S./Mexico Border Where Trump Proposes To Build WallMost of the 60-mile border along San Diego County has only one layer of fencing. Only 13 miles have two layers.

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