Fire Ignites At Abandoned School In Van Nuys The attic of a vacant school reportedly caught fire Saturday in Van Nuys. 5 Freeway Reopened Through Grapevine Following Snow Closure Snow and ice prompted officials Saturday to close both sides of the 5 Freeway through the Grapevine.
Water Reportedly Contaminated At LAX International Terminal 4 Killed, 1 Injured When Vehicle Careens Into Light Pole In San Clemente Thieves Steal Historic Bronze Lamp Post From Glendale-Hyperion Bridge Create Soundtrack To Your Life With New App Deputies Concerned About Safety At Sunday’s Paul Walker Fan Tribute In Valencia Reporter Recalls Moments Following Mandela’s Historic Prison Release Members Want Money Back After Bankruptcy Court Closes Redondo Beach Gym
Deputies Concerned About Safety At Sunday’s Paul Walker Fan Tribute In Valencia Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies are concerned about safety at this weekend’s fan gathering in Valencia to honor “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker. Jay Z, Macklemore Take Over Grammy Nominations Jay Z easily led Grammy Award nominations announced Friday with nine.
Third HIV Case Spurs Another Porn Moratorium Man, 18, Arrested For Allegedly Nabbing Porsche Part After Paul Walker Crash Fans Continue To Flock To Paul Walker’s Crash Site ‘Queen Of Latin Pop’ Thalia Honored With Hollywood Star Attorney: Amanda Bynes Leaves Mental Health Facility Judge: Farrah Fawcett’s Caregiver Can Testify About Warhol Portrait Get Free Admission To KEARTH’s Berlin Concert With CHiPs For Kids Donation
Covered California Launches Small Business Health Insurance Portal Small business owners can now get coverage for their employees via California’s health insurance exchange that will kick in as early as Jan. 1, 2014. Judge Orders Partial Shutdown Of Sriracha Plant Because Of Odor An L.A. Superior Court judge has ordered the Sriracha plant to partially shut down after receiving odor complaints from nearby Irwindale residents.
‘Catching Fire’ Ablaze With $135M At Box Office LADWP Spent Nearly $100M On Troubled Billing System Pixar Lays Off 5 Percent After Pushing Back Release Of ‘The Good Dinosaur’ 3 Workers Injured In Fire At Calif. Tesla Factory Early Cyber Deals May Soften ‘Black Friday’ Impact City Council Member Leads Push To Bring Boeing Project To Long Beach Metro To Meet South LA Businesses, Individuals At Business Opportunities Summit
North Korea Deports US Tourist, Korean War Vet Detained For Alleged Hostile Acts North Korea on Saturday freed an 85-year-old U.S. veteran of the Korean War. Residents Recall Nelson Mandela’s Historic Visit To Southland As news of Nelson Mandela's death swept the world it got many Southland residents remembering a historic trip he made here in 1990, shortly after he was released from prison.
UCLA Professors Remember How Mandela Moved Campuses To Join Fight Against Apartheid Former South African President Nelson Mandela Dies At 95 ‘Thousands’ Expected At DCFS Strike After Contract Talks Break Down With County Officials Lancaster And Palmdale Officials At Odds Over Proposed Billion Dollar Power Plant L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca Launches Investigation Into Questionable Hires Former Bailout Boss Weighs Run For Calif. Governor Sebastian Ridley-Thomas Wins Race For State Assembly
Shop For A Good Cause At 22nd Annual Divine Design In Beverly Hills Shop for a good cause this weekend at the 22nd annual Divine Design in Beverly Hills. Third HIV Case Spurs Another Porn Moratorium The advocacy group for the adult film industry has called for another moratorium on filming after an actor tested positive for HIV for the third time this year.
Covered California Campaign Urges Giving ‘The Gift Of Health’ 4th Case Of Meningitis Reported At UC Santa Barbara Moorpark Parents Suspect Their Children’s Brain Tumors Are Related UCLA Kidney Transplant Recipients, Donors Unite For Holiday Celebration Los Angeles County Mortality Rate Declines 19 Percent Over A Decade Norovirus Confirmed As Cause Of Illnesses At Las Vegas Youth Football Tourney Covered California Launches Small Business Health Insurance Portal