Man Caught On Camera Hurling Beer Cans At ClerkSalama Sedra is back on the job in Santa Ana after taking several canned Coronas to the body recently, after the customer botched a beer run.
Text From Nigeria Attempts To Scam Parents Of Missing DaughterWhen someone texted the Stuarts last week saying they had their Daughter Krystie in captivity, the couple was relieved. Then their hopes were dashed.
Thomas Fire Evacuees Find Shelter, New NeighborsFor now, the Red Cross evacuation shelter is his home to many victims of the Thomas Fire.
SoCal Edison Under Scrutiny For Possible Cause Of WildfiresInvestigators are looking in to whether the utility company had something to do with one or more of last week's fires.
For Players, Baseball Field Damaged In Fire Means 'Our Happy Memories Destroyed'Last week when fires hit Sylmar, fast ball winds nailed the Sylmar Independent Baseball League's fields, toppling several trees.
Historic Political Night In Alabama Resonates Nationwide On TwitterIn a stunning victory aided by scandal, Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama’s special Senate election on Tuesday and celebs, politicians and regular folks posted some interesting comments.
'Ventura Strong:' Pop-Up 'Store' Aims To Help Fire VictimsDonation-after-donation is coming in to the "Ventura Strong" Pop-Up Store from people who want to help.   
San Francisco Native Becomes City's 1st Black Woman MayorSan Francisco native London Breed became the city's acting mayor Tuesday following the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee, and is the first African-American woman to lead the city in the midst of a seemingly endless technology driven economic boom.
Taylor Swift Pop-Up Shop Opens In Santa MonicaTaylor Swift's new pop-up shop in Santa Monica was packed for Tuesday's opening.
Calmer Winds Allow Crews To Get Strategic While Feverishly Protecting Montecito MansionsThe fifth largest fire in California history has destroyed nearly 800 structures and still threatens 18,000 homes.
Bruce Brown, Whose 'Endless Summer' Redefined Surfing, DiesBruce Brown, whose 1966 surfing documentary "The Endless Summer" molded the image of the surfer as a seeker of adventure and fulfillment and transformed the sport, has died. He was 80.
Update On Southern California FiresWildfires are still raging across Southern California, although crews are making progress.

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