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Ventura And Other Calif. Cities Rush To Ban Pot BusinessesThere was a heated debate Monday night as the city of Ventura considered a temporary, emergency ban on marijuana businesses.
Baby Sister Finally Home After Brother Called 911 And Saved 2 LivesAt 7, Jaylen even received a Great Job Award from Moreno Valley leaders for calling 911 in October.
Vigil Remembers USC Alum, Artist Killed In Oakland Warehouse FireOutside USC's School of Cinematic Arts, a circle of friends lit candles and shared their memories of Jonathan Bernbaum.
Victims Remembered In Oakland Fire As Search For More Bodies ContinuesThe cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Golden Retriever 'Henry' Doing Well After Having Massive Tumor RemovedValerie Schomberg, a supervisor at Newport Beach Animal Control saw Henry through his care which included two cancer surgeries.
Teenager's Skull Fractured In After-School Attack Posted To Snapchat Fourteen-year-old Jordan Peisner was walking out of a Wendy's just down the street from his San Fernando Valley high school on Friday when he says he was attacked by a teenager he had never met.

Latest LA Sports

Jazz Hold Off Lakers' Rally For 107-101 WinLou Williams had 38 points, six rebounds and seven assists for the Lakers, who rallied in the fourth quarter and nearly stole a victory despite finishing with their eighth loss in 11 games without five injured regulars.
Keidel: Are These Chiefs For Real?The Chiefs seem to be perennial contenders, but never quite good enough to make the Super Bowl. This season might be different.
Eric Dickerson Deeply Dismayed About Jeff Fisher's Contract ExtensionFormer Rams star Eric Dickerson offered a scathing assessment of head coach Jeff Fisher's recently reported two-year contract extension.
Dodgers Ink Rich Hill To 3-Year DealThe Dodgers have signed free-agent pitcher Rich Hill to a $48 million, three-year contract after he went 3-2 with a 1.83 ERA in six starts with the team he joined at the trade deadline.

Eat.See.Play

Best Activities To Do This Week In Los Angeles - December 5This week is packed with performances, both holiday-themed and not. It’s also got two perfect chances to kick back with a drink, and opportunities to go visit a winter wonderland.
Best Cultural Activities To Do In Los AngelesThere are lots of ways to get your dose of culture in a truly cultural city. From top museums to arts districts and food walking tours, there's plenty to take part in.
Neighborhoods With The Best Holiday Lights In Los AngelesExperience a tropical winter wonderland at neighborhoods with the best holiday lights display in Los Angeles.
Best Holiday Events For Couples In Los AngelesFrom the westside to DTLA, there are a bevy of festive events and activities that make both the holidays and date night full of holiday cheer.

Eat.See.Play OC

Best Activities To Do This Week In Orange County - December 5Although the month of December is always filled with all different types of holiday celebrations, this week in particular has so much to offer.
Best Free Holiday Events In Orange CountyThis time can be joyous, but it can also be stressful financially. Thankfully, Orange County has plenty of free activities for all ages to lift your spirits without emptying your wallet — some events even offer free parking.
Best Holiday Lights Shows In Orange CountyIt's the most wonderful time of the year again! So, gather your family and friends and enjoy some of the best places to view holiday lights in Orange County this year with your loved ones.
Best Holiday Celebrations In Orange County 2016This year, take an ocean cruise and admire holiday lights, celebrate art, crafts and community at festive gatherings and have fun while learning about gingerbread - all in Orange County.

Investigative Reporting

Dental Clinics Accused Of Using Tainted Water On Kids Are Big Recipients Of Medicaid DollarsA network of children's dental clinics is also the recipient of millions of taxpayer dollars annually.
Only On 2: Panhandlers Caught Driving Rental Car, Traveling Around Town To Solicit CashSome were holding kids small enough to even be breastfeeding, and all were holding signs claiming to be down and out.
LAFD Officials May Have Conducted 'Phantom' Fire InspectionsCBS2 obtained dozens of LAFD reports showing inspections of facilities that were out of business.

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