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  • Communities & Clubs: It's the season for giving back

    This is a busy time of the year for our communities' service clubs. Some club members are ringing Salvation Army bells and staffing the donation kettles at local shopping centers. Others are delivering food and Christmas gifts to families in need. Still...
  • Packages stolen off Newport doorsteps

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Grinch who tried to steal Christmas has been arrested, Newport Beach police announced Thursday. After receiving complaints from residents that their holiday packages delivered to their doorsteps were being stolen in recent...
  • Suspected present thief spends night in jail

    A Newport Beach resident accused of stealing residents' Christmas presents off their doorsteps spent Thursday night in the Orange County Sheriff's Department jail, according to booking records with the agency. Melanie Kathleen Astin, 42, was arrested...
  • Phil Spector Faces Lawsuit from "The Ronettes"

    Phil Spector Faces Lawsuit from "The Ronettes"
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Legendary record producer, and convicted murderer, Phil Spector is facing more legal trouble, this time from 1960s girl group "The Ronettes." Spector, 71, is currently serving 19 years to life in prison for the second-degree...
  • Community & Clubs: Finishing up the Rose Parade floats

    There will be no service club meetings this week as they finish up decorating their Rose Parade floats and host the international presidents at luncheons and dinners in the Pasadena area. The Kiwanis International float will be seventh in the parade...
  • Jim Castillo

    Jim Castillo
    Jim is KTLA's weekend 6 & 10PM Meteorologist. Jim holds the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval for accredited television weather information. In addition to his weekend weather duties, Jim also forecasts the weather and reports on traffic...
  • Cold case leads to New York

    Huntington Beach police investigators have asked for assistance from the New York Police Department after a Facebook post led to tips in the case of a woman who was found dead in a ditch more than 40 years ago. Detectives announced last week that the...
  • Surf Shop Apologizes for 'All Black' MLK Day Sale

    A Laguna Beach surf shop is apologizing for its black-themed Martin Luther King Jr. holiday sale, saying the promotion was not meant to offend or hurt anyone. Thalia Surf Shop placed an advertisement on its website Monday titled "Respect," offering 20%...
  • Kobe Bryant is first athlete to get Hollywood honor

    LOS ANGELES — Twelve-time time All-Star and five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant will add an honor usually reserved for the stars of Hollywood to his list of athletic achievements. Bryant, a Newport Coast resident, will be the first athlete to have...
  • Utilities have no incentive to scrap pension plans

    Utilities have no incentive to scrap pension plans
    Galen Dean of Yucaipa has worked on and off for Southern California Edison Co. for 29 years. As he puts it, he's done "pretty much everything except climb poles." When he retires in four years he expects to get about $1,500 a month from his Edison...
  • Irvine's Taco Bell accused of skimping on beef

    "Where's the beef?" could become another fast-food restaurant's motto. A class-action lawsuit filed in federal court says there's not enough meat in Irvine-based Taco Bell's offerings to qualify as beef. The plaintiff is identified as Amanda Obney of...