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  • Love in Your Face

    Allie was at Ruth Swissa to show you how to get ready for Valentine's day by looking fresh and well-rested for your significant other. Ruth Swissa Permanent Makeup & Skin 29020 Agoura Road, suite #A6 Agoura Hills, CA 91301
  • Italia Deli & Bakery Inc.

    Congratulations to KTLA Top Italian Deli Winner Italia Deli & Bakery Inc. 5657 Kanan Rd. Agoura Hills, CA 818-991-4838 Hours M-F 9-6:30 Sat 9-5 Sun 10-4
  • What happened in LCF 10-20-30 years ago?

    Ten Years Ago The musical “Grease” was playing to packed houses in the auditorium at La Caņada High School. Directed by choral teacher LoriMarie Rios, the lead roles were held by Gavin Caswell, Nikki Wetzel, Charlie Young and Kim Lottman.  ...
  • Los Angeles County Brush Clearance Deadlines

    Gayle Anderson was live in Agoura Hills with information about the Los Angeles County Brush Clearance Deadlines: May 1 was the deadline for most areas of Los Angeles County for residents to clear the brush from their properties to prepare for the annual...
  • Memorial Day Barbecue Surprise

    Gayle Anderson was live in Agoura Hills at Willy's BBQ and Grill for a SURPRISE Memorial Day Barbecue for injured veterans. This restaurant and caterer decided to volunteer his business, his food, and his time to provide this holiday surprise to the men...
  • Dale Rickards dies at 88; horse wrangler for movies and TV shows

    Dale Rickards dies at 88; horse wrangler for movies and TV shows
    Dale Rickards, a self-styled cowboy who wrangled horses for Hollywood and turned his Malibu ranch into a faux western town for location photography, has died. He was 88. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: : An earlier version of this article...
  • Milt McAuley, Santa Monica Mountains hiking guru, dies at 89

    Milt McAuley, the patriarch of hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains whose guidebooks and guided hikes greatly popularized the trails that cut through Los Angeles backcountry, has died. He was 89. McAuley, who continued hiking until three years ago,...
  • What's in a name? Clues to a city's past

    Every city has a story to tell — and in Los Angeles County, that means 88 of them. Los Angeles incorporated in 1850, becoming the first city in the county. The most recent was Calabasas, incorporated in 1991. Many cities were carved out of...
  • Democracy Inc.

    In Thousand Oaks, the owner of a local chain of home improvement stores called Do It Centers is locked in fierce, expensive competition with Home Depot. But the contest has nothing to do with which can offer the lowest prices and the friendliest service,...
  • CA. Climate Law Under Assault In Poor Economy

    CA. Climate Law Under Assault In Poor Economy
    Four years ago, California earned accolades for adopting a law that would slash its greenhouse gas emissions and serve as a model for national climate change legislation. With the state mired in a crippling recession, the law that once looked like a...
  • Suspects Accused of Stealing Lotto Tickets Worth $10,000

    Suspects Accused of Stealing Lotto Tickets Worth $10,000
    SIMI VALLEY -- Authorities are searching for two suspects who are accused of stealing almost $10,000 in lottery tickets in Ventura and Los Angeles counties over the last six months. Investigators say the suspects have stolen "scratch off" California...