Former California Governor Endorses Republican Candidate Ted Cruz For The PresidencyHaving already chosen a former California Senate candidate as his running mate, Senator Ted Cruz got a surprise endorsement from former California Governor Pete Wilson.
WWII Veterans Return Home To LA After Emotional Visit To DCAs 36 veterans filed out of LAX, the applause from the onlookers never waned.
LA Rams Host 66 Finalists For Final Cheerleading AuditionsThe Los Angeles Rams hosted theiir final auditions for the team's new cheerleading squad on Sunday.
Report: Manziel And Friends Trash Universal City Rental Home, Cause 32K In DamageFormer Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel has got himself in some more trouble after trashing a Universal City area rental home.
Union Victory; Appeals Court Upholds California TenureA California appeals court has handed teacher unions a big victory by reversing a judge's ruling that found tenure deprived students of a good education.
Former LA District Attorney Gil Garcetti Dishes The Dirt On OJ Mini-SeriesWith the O.J. Simpson trial back in the spotlight, we're hearing new confessions from former LA County District Attorney Gil Garcetti.
Danny Willett Wins Masters After Spieth Collapses On 12th HoleDanny Willett has won the 2016 Masters shooting five under par.
'CleanStat' Program Aims To Clean Up LA's Dirtiest StreetsFour percent of Los Angeles city's blocks are considered dirty, filled with loose trash or piles from illegal dumping, and need immediate cleaning.
LeBron James Goes Undercover As Pasadena Pizza Store EmployeeLeBron James spent a recent off day stacking pizza boxes and taking orders.
'Laws Of Base Ball' Documents Authored In 1857 Reveal Game's True Founding Father"He's the true father of baseball and you've never heard of him," MLB Historian John Thorn said.
Governor Brown To Sign $15 Minimum Wage Bill Into Law On MondayGovernor Jerry Brown says he is ready to make history on Monday, when he plans to make California the first state in the nation to raise the minimum wage to a record-shattering $15 an hour.
Residents Of Redondo Beach Senior Facility Stuck Without Running Water"We have so many tenants in their 80's and 90's that cannot get around or breathe. It's really sad," resident Sharon Ritums said.

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