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SoCal Honda Dealers Offer Free Uber Rides Following Super Bowl 50The Honda advertisement that aired during the third quarter of Sunday's Super Bowl was a hit with fans, and may even save some lives.
Brush Fire In Camarillo Threatens Multiple StructuresA second-alarm brush fire in a river bottom in Camarillo is threatening multiple structures, according to Ventura County Fire.
Broncos Defeat Panthers 24-10 To Win Super Bowl 50The Denver Broncos have defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win Super Bowl 50.
Rabid Bat Found At Calabasas High SchoolAny students who came in direct contact with the bat and may have been bitten are urged to receive anti-rabies treatment as the disease is deadly.
BMX Legend Dave Mirra Possibly Suffered From CTE Before His SuicideThe 41-year old was one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the X Games, winning 24 total medals.
Dodgers Foundation Pledges 25K To Teach For America-Los AngelesThe Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) announced on Thursday that it will invest $25,000 this year for Teach for America-Los Angeles.
Marge Hearn, Widow Of Former Lakers Broadcaster Chick Hearn, Passes Away At Age 98The Los Angeles Lakers announced on Sunday that Marge Hearn, the widow of legendary Lakers broadcaster Chick Hearn, has passed away at the age of 98.
Second Annual 'Night On Broadway' Takes Downtown LA By StormSeven of 12 historic Los Angeles area theatres opened their doors on Saturday for the Second Annual "Night on Broadway", where thousands of people attended the free performences.
Experts: El Nino Far From Over In The SouthlandMeteorologist Kurt Kaplan from the National Weather Service says that "We can see storm tracks all the way through April."
Panthers Dismantle Cardinals, Headed To Super Bowl The Carolina Panthers have defeated the Arizona Cardinals 49-15.
Sierra Madre Residents Worry About Police Officer ShortageIn response to the short-staffed police department, Sierra Madre council members are asking the Arcadia Police Department to step in and patrol 7 days a week -- from sunset until sunrise -- until new recruits are hired and trained.
LA Mayor Garcetti Hopes Chargers Stay Put, Happy With RamsLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti isn't advocating for a second team, specifically the San Diego Chargers, to move to Los Angeles.

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