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  • US Airways Grounds Flights After Computer Outage

    US Airways Grounds Flights After Computer Outage
    PHOENIX, Az. (KTLA) -- Hundreds of US Airways flights were grounded and thousands of passengers were stranded Friday after a system outage knocked out power to airport computers, airline officials said. Preliminary reports indicated that US Airways'...
  • 'Fun Size' Raisinets Recalled Over Allergy Risk

    'Fun Size' Raisinets Recalled Over Allergy Risk
    GLENDALE-- Nestle is recalling some packages of 'Raisinets' chocolate covered raisins over a potential peanut allergy risk, the company announced. The recall only affects 'fun size' mini-bags of the treats, which are typically handed out to trick-or-...
  • Fmr. Manson Follower Patricia Krenwinkel Denied Parole

    Fmr. Manson Follower Patricia Krenwinkel Denied Parole
    CORONA, Calif. -- An ex-follower of Charles Manson who has been imprisoned longer than any other woman in California has once again been denied parole. Patricia Krenwinkel, who was convicted in the Sharon Tate killings, is one of Manson's two surviving...
  • Son Accused of Fatally Stabbing Mother was Told to Move Out, Prosecutors Say

    Son Accused of Fatally Stabbing Mother was Told to Move Out, Prosecutors Say
    SANTA ANA --A son accused of brutally stabbing his mother with a kitchen knife inside her board-and-care facility in Santa Ana had been told to move out, prosecutors say. Marvin Cipullo, 25, was arrested around 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning, not far from...
  • Man Finds $1 Million Comic Book Stolen From Nicolas Cage

    Man Finds $1 Million Comic Book Stolen From Nicolas Cage
    SIMI VALLEY (KTLA) -- A copy of a rare comic book stolen from Nicolas Cage more than a decade ago was discovered in a local storage locker. The 1938 comic book, "Action Comics #1," was stolen from Cage's West Los Angeles home in 2000 and has an estimated...
  • Nicolas Cage Won't Face Charges in New Orleans Arrest

    Nicolas Cage Won't Face Charges in New Orleans Arrest
    NEW ORLEANS, La. (KTLA) -- Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage who went on a bizarre tear in New Orleans' French Quarter that ended with his arrest on several charges, including domestic abuse battery, won't face criminal charges. The Orleans Parish...
  • Search Still On For Pacoima Stabbing Suspect

    Search Still On For Pacoima Stabbing Suspect
    PACOIMA (KTLA)-- Police SWAT teams cordoned off a two-block section of Van Nuys Boulevard for more than six hours Sunday as they searched for a man they say stabbed his wife during a domestic fight. Police dispatchers received a domestic violence call...
  • Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After 4-hour Barricade

    Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After 4-hour Barricade
    LONG BEACH (KTLA) -- A Long Beach neighborhood was shutdown for 4 hours after a hostage situation ended in a fatal officer-involved shooting. It all happened around 12 p.m. when Long Beach Police Department received a call of a domestic dispute at a...
  • Police Stalker Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison

    Police Stalker Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison
    HUNTINGTON BEACH (KTLA) -- A man convicted of stalking and threatening a Huntington Beach detective has been sentenced to prison, prosecutors said Friday. Brian Dopler, 28, was sentenced to five years and four months in prison Friday. Last June he was...
  • 911 Call: David Beckham 'Driving Recklessly' Before Freeway Crash

    911 Call: David Beckham 'Driving Recklessly' Before Freeway Crash
    TORRANCE (KTLA) -- Soccer legend David Beckham was speeding and driving recklessly before his vehicle rear-ended another car on the 405 Freeway in Torrance a few weeks ago, according to 911 calls. The Los Angeles Galaxy mid-fielder and father-to-be was...
  • Shopping: MartinMartin upbeat on downtown

    Shopping: MartinMartin upbeat on downtown
    Husband-and-wife designers Eric Martin and Diane Moss-Martin, co-founders of moody Los Angeles-based brand MartinMartin, chose a blinding white color palette for their first-ever boutique — an optically striking choice, considering that their...