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  • Glendale neighborhood becoming nightly buffet for black bear

    Glendale neighborhood becoming nightly buffet for black bear
    Trash cans are turning into nightly dinner buffets for the big black bear that continues to visit the Glendale and La Crescenta areas.   After a meal of meatballs and tuna Wednesday night, the bear apparently wished to add fruit to his diet, plucking...
  • Southern California storm will make roadways 'hazardous'

    Southern California storm will make roadways 'hazardous'
    The potential impacts of what one meteorologist called "the strongest storm of the season" are becoming clearer as rain and snow approach Friday and Southland residents begin taking precautionary measures against the bad weather. The National Weather...
  • Warmer weather coming as storm exits

    Warmer weather coming as storm exits
    The weekend storm is gone and temperatures will warm up as the week progresses, the National Weather Service said Monday. Residents can expect rain and snow to stop if it hasn’t already, and skies should be clear until at least Friday, said NWS...
  • 405 closures planned for Friday, Saturday nights

    405 closures planned for Friday, Saturday nights
    More overnight closures on the 405 Freeway are planned for Friday and Saturday as construction crews continue to work on the Mulholland Drive overpass. Caltrans said it would close the northbound 405 between Getty Center Drive and Ventura Boulevard...
  • Heavy rain forecast pushed to Sunday, thunderstorms possible

    Heavy rain forecast pushed to Sunday, thunderstorms possible
    The good news: Forecasters no longer expect rain on Saturday. The bad news: Rain is almost guaranteed on Sunday, and now weather specialists say the storm will be more powerful than initially anticipated. An official from the National Weather Service...
  • Mexico defeats the U.S., 4-2, in Gold Cup final

     
    Although the U.S. prevented Mexico's Javier Hernandez from scoring a goal in the Gold Cup final on Saturday evening at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, slowing down El Tri became a problem. Pablo Barrera scored a goal in each half......
  • Southbound 405 closure caps tough traffic day

     
    What was already a horrific day for motorists is likely going to get worse Tuesday night in Los Angeles when a section of the 405 closes for construction for the first of four consecutive nights. Beginning Tuesday and Wednesday nights,......
  • Acid spill jams northbound Interstate 5 in southern O.C.

     
    Northbound traffic between the San Diego County line and San Juan Capistrano was jammed and motorists were left to wander around closed lanes of Interstate 5 after more than a dozen bottles of muriatic acid tumbled out of a truck in San Juan Capistrano......
  • Hermosa Beach bans smoking in outdoor areas

     
    Hermosa Beach is the latest Southern California city to ban smoking in outdoor areas, a decision that makes it illegal to light up in outdoor dining areas, parks and the city pier. With the ban, which takes effect in March,......
  • Hermosa Beach moves closer to banning polystyrene food containers

     
    The Hermosa Beach City Council moves closer to a citywide ban on polystyrene food containers....
  • Arrest made in Downey officer-involved shooting

     
    Two suspects were under arrest Wednesday after an officer-involved shooting in Downey, authorities said. The 11 p.m. shooting in the 11000 block of Old River School Road came after a crime task force arrived on scene to serve a warrant....