The Fresh Grocer Tony Tantillo shows you how to pick the right squash next time you visit the grocery store.
Controversial Nativity SceneUnited Methodist Church in Claremont is known for its non-traditional nativity scenes with a provacative message.
Allergies In Christmas Tree DecorationsThere might be dust mites in your holiday decorations.
1 Person Shot Dead Along S. Hill Street In Downtown LAThe shooting unfolded on 14th and Hill streets just before 6 a.m. Sunday, in an industrial area. Police officers converged on the area after getting reports of a drive-by shooting.
Late Rapper Juice Wrld Mourned At Candlelight Vigil In LAFans and colleagues of the rapper Juice Wrld commemorated his life at a candlelight vigil in Los Angeles Sunday.
Heavy Rain Slams Southern CaliforniaThere is a strong chance we will see thunderstorms the rest of the night.
The Rundown (Dec. 8)The latest news, weather and sports with Amy Johnson.
Calif. Man Released On Bail After Authorities Seize Flame Thrower, High-Powered Weapons From HomeA California man is out on bail after authorities say they seized an arsenal of high-powered weapons and a flame thrower allegedly from his home. Amy Johnson reports.
TMZ: Rapper ‘Juice Wrld’ Dead At 21 After Suffering Seizure At Chicago AirportThe rapper, whose real name is Jared Anthony Higgins, had just gotten off a flight from California this morning when he collapsed. Amy Johnson reports.
California Man Linked To Weapons YouTube Clip Opens Up From Behind BarsAn arrest has been made after a resident anonymously called police after spotting a YouTube clip showing a man at The Sofia Hotel armed with multiple assault weapons aiming at people walking below. Amy Johnson reports.
Alex Biston's Weather Forecast (Dec. 8)It's going to be a rainy and gloomy Sunday with temperatures into the 50s-60s. Alex Biston reports.
Investigators Reportedly Searching For Suspect After Deadly Shooting In DowntownAuthorities say one person has been shot and killed along the streets in downtown Los Angeles. Laurie Perez reports.
Flamethrower, Rifles, And Drugs Found In Camarillo HomeThe Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail began an investigation of a Camarillo resident identified as Christopher Oleksik regarding manufacturing illegal assault rifles and involvement with controlled substances.
World's First Flying Car Debuts In MiamiThe world’s first ‘fly and drive’ car was unveiled in Miami. It’s called Pioneer Personal Air Landing Vehicle, or PAL-V.
Bracing For The Next StormRain is expected to hit Los Angeles tonight.
First Operational F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter On Display At Reagan Presidential LibraryThe first operational F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter is on display at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. The jet entered service in 1984 and flew more combat missions than all other F-117's combined.
The World's Big Sleep OutThe World's Big Sleep Out, an event hosted by Charity On Top, invites the people of Los Angeles, to sleep out together under the stars in unison to support and raise awareness for homelessness.
Families Of Fallen Military Heroes Get Festive Send-Off As 'Snowball Express' Leaves LAXFamilies of America's fallen military heroes enjoyed a festive, holiday send-off at LAX before boarding the "Snowball Express" to Florida to enjoy some time at Disney World.
Memorial Service Held For 'Hollywood Superman' Christopher DennisA street performer known as "Hollywood Superman" was remembered Saturday.
Free Griffith Park 'Parkline' Shuttle Bus Service Begins, Will Drop Hikers By Hollywood Sign TrailsVisitors to Griffith Park can now use a free shuttle bus service on the weekends that will take them to a number of attractions, including the best hiking trails for viewing the Hollywood sign.
'Feels Like Winter': Scattered Storms Soak Parts Of SoCalScattered storms are expected to continue throughout the weekend.
Gary Sinise Discusses 'Snowball Express' Initiative To Help Military FamiliesActor Gary Sinise talks about how he's helping the families of fallen military heroes go to a therapeutic retreat at Disney World.
PG&E Reaches $13.5 Billion Settlement With Wildfire VictimsThe utility agreed to a $13.5 billion settlement late Friday night, covering two of the worst fires in the state's history: the 2018 Camp Fire and the 2017 Tubbs Fire.
Big Game For Rams And Their Fans SundayRams Cheerleaders Sammy Olson and Sarah Sheade preview what's in store for fans attending Sunday's game.
Previewing The Race To Succeed Duncan HunterPolitical analyst and author Jack Pitney takes a look at Rep. Duncan Hunter's resignation and the presidential impeachment proceedings in Washington.