Popular 'Junk In The Trunk' Coming To The Southland
A vintage market that has already proven to be popular in the southwest is coming to the Southland. Its founders - Lindsey Holt and Coley Arnold - appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday to discuss "Junk in the Trunk."
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Special Needs Network Collects Thousands Of Toys For Local ChildrenThe Special Needs Network is collecting thousands of toys for local children for its big Christmas Care Exchange.
Fundraiser Thursday To Raise Money For Puerto Rico Relief EffortsRaul Santiago with Soho Dance LA and Cecile Munoz talk about the fundraiser for Puerto Rico relief being held this Thursday, Dec. 14 for World Central Kitchen.
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Made In Hollywood (Dec. 9)Made in Hollywood's Patrick Stinson shows us the latest movies hitting theaters this weekend.
Last-Minute Do-It-Yourself Holiday GiftsLifestyle expert Dianuh Gunderson shows us some great do-it-yourself holiday gifts.
Great Holiday Gift IdeasLifestyle expert Dawn McCarthy shows you some great holiday gift ideas.


Meat Could Be Next Food To Be Slapped With Sin TaxAn investment network says governments could begin levying a tax on meat within the next five to 10 years. Diane King Hall reports.
Santa Barbara, Fillmore Still Threatened By Thomas FireThe wildfire has marched a full 27 miles from where it started. Jasmine Viel reports.
Caught On Video: Doughnut Shop Worker Shot During Struggle With RobberThe worker was shot in the chest and head, but is conscious and speaking to detectives. Kandiss Crone reports.


Sylmar Baseball Field Damaged In FireHundreds of kids are without a place to play baseball because of the destructive wildfires. Crystal Cruz shows us why a park used by a Sylmar league is no longer safe to play.
Jones Victorious In Stunning Alabama Senate UpsetIt was the first Democratic Senate victory in a quarter-century in Alabama. Dave Bryan reports.
Man Biting Passengers On JetBlue Flight Forces Plane To Turn AroundPassengers on the flight say that somewhere over Utah, the man suddenly began biting his seatmates – whom he apparently knew – and hitting others on a Sunday flight from Los Angeles International Airport to New York-JFK.

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