Pipe Break Sends Thousands Of Gallons Of Water Flooding Cahuenga Blvd. In HollywoodThe break occurred on Cahuenga Boulevard just off the 101 Freeway, a few blocks from The Ford theater.
Fire Rips Through Apartment Carport In Tustin, Multiple Cars DamagedFirefighters were able to save the apartment building itself. About 10 cars were damaged or destroyed.
Man Killed, Woman Hurt After Pickup Flips During Street Takeover In Costa MesaThe driver was arrested on murder charges. The man killed is believed to be his cousin, police said.
Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Barrett's Supreme Court NominationAll 12 Republicans on the committee voted to advance the nomination, while all 10 Democrats boycotted the vote.
Firefighters Rescue Trapped LAPD Officer From South LA Wreck, 2 Others HurtAnother officer and a driver were injured. All are expected to survive.
Health Experts Warn Against Large Holiday Gatherings To Prevent COVID-19 SurgeLocal health experts say they are even more worried about Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings in the coming months, when family gatherings could easily turn into COVID-19 super spreader events.
California Theme Parks Pushing Back Against Newsom Over Coronavirus Reopening RulesCalifornia theme parks are considering legal action to reopen and get their employees back to work in response to a new wave of closures.
'The Pope Is Helping Us With That Message': Local LGBT Leader Says Pope's Support Of Same-Sex Unions Step Toward EqualityThe documentary, "Francesco," premiered Wednesday at the Rome Film Festival. It will be available in the U.S. next week.
Debate Night In The Race For Council District 4: Raman Pushes Back Against 'Unfair Rhetoric' By RyuNithya Raman and incumbent Los Angeles District 4 City Councilman David Ryu took on each other's platforms on Wednesday during a virtual debate.
Raiders Hit Hard By COVID Scare; 'Hopefully We’ll Get Some Players Back Tomorrow Or For Sunday'Raiders head coach Jon Gruden is living through every coach's worse nightmare in this era of COVID. He sent all five starting offensive linemen home as part of coronavirus contact tracing after right tackle Trent Brown was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list with a positive test.
World Series: Rays Tie Series 1-1 With 6-4 Win Over DodgersDespite the best efforts of the boys in blue tonight, the Rays tied the series 1-1 with a 6-4 win over the Dodgers. The best-of-seven series resumes Friday, with Game 3 set for 5:08 p.m.
World Series: Corey Seager Sets Record For Most Home Runs By A Shortstop In A Single PostseasonThe Dodgers shortstop is now one home run away from tying the record for most homers in a single postseason by any player in MLB history.
California Theme Parks Pushing Back Against Newsom Over Coronavirus Reopening RulesCalifornia theme parks are considering legal action to reopen and get their employees back to work in response to a new wave of closures. Stacey Butler reports.
Health Experts Warn Against Large Gatherings During Holiday SeasonThese gatherings could turn into COVID-19 super spreader events if people are not responsible, experts say.
LMU Professor Says Pope's Support Of Same-Sex Unions Is Way To Reach Out To Those Who Left ChurchFr. Thomas Rausch, professor of Catholic theology at Loyola Marymount University, said the move to support the rights of LGBT people in civil society is different from supporting same-sex marriage, which is a "sacramental issue."
Obama Slams Trump At Joe Biden Rally In PhiladelphiaFormer president Barack Obama did not hold back in his criticisms of President Trump tonight at a drive-in, socially distant rally for Joe Biden in Philadelphia.
Metrolink Train Hits, Kills 1 PersonDelays on the B line in downtown Los Angeles
Hoag Hospital Tapped As Only Site For First Phase Of ImmunityBio & NantKwest COVID-19 Vaccine TrialNewport Beach's Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian -- which cared for the state's first confirmed coronavirus patient -- was selected as the sole site for the first phase of a clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine jointly developed by NantKwest and ImmunityBio. Michele Gile reports.
Families Of People Killed By LASD Deputies Call For State InvestigationFamilies of those killed by deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are demanding the state investigate the department, claiming that it's rife with corruption.
Serious Injuries Prompts Renewed Calls From State Assembly Leaders To Ban Police From Shooting Foam BulletsAmong the events that the Angelenos say left them injured was a protest over the death of George Floyd, a celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers' first championship title since 2010, and driving near a demonstration. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Businesses, Leaders React To Riverside County Moving Down To Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Monitoring TierThe California Department of Public Health has moved Riverside County back into the most restrictive purple tier, just a month after the state allowed the county to reopen some schools and more businesses. Nicole Comstock reports.
Goldstein Investigates: COVID-19 Testing Lab For LAUSD Students Linked To Superintendent Austin BeutnerThe lab just opened up and the founder had ties to school superintendent Austin Beutner.
Unemployment Insurance Scammers Targeting Unoccupied HomesBut one local woman says she’s getting dozens and dozens of claim letters being sent to her vacant home.
OC Family On The Hook For $4,400 Bill Claiming They Used Equivalent Of 50 Swimming Pools' Worth Of WaterA Garden Grove family got quite the shock when a bill came in the mail charging them more than $4,000 for 760,000 gallons of water usage.