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  • Cops: Girls Sickened by Pot Cookie, Mom Arrested

    Cops: Girls Sickened by Pot Cookie, Mom Arrested
    COVINA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Covina mother has been arrested after authorities say her two children ate a marijuana-laced cookie and ended up in the hospital. The girls, ages 10 and 11, found a chocolate chip cookie wrapped in plastic in the kitchen and...
  • Ikea plans to install solar panels

    COSTA MESA — Ikea will soon install 1,078 solar panels atop its Costa Mesa store. The installation spanning 30,000 square feet will soon be installed at Ikea's location at Susan Street and South Coast Drive, just off of Harbor Boulevard. Seven...
  • Budget Woes May Keep Some Cities Out of Rose Parade

    Budget Woes May Keep Some Cities Out of Rose Parade
    GLENDALE (KTLA) -- Budget woes may prevent some cities in Southern California from participating in the Rose Parade in 2012. West Covina has already said it will not be able to afford a Rose Parade float, and Glendale may soon follow suit, the Los...
  • Different game, same results

    Traci Weamer doesn't even own a TV, but she'll be on it Sunday. Airing all day Sunday on the CBS Sports Network will be The Alt Games: College Action Sports Championships, and Weamer — a 2009 graduate of Concordia University in Irvine —...
  • Doctor arrested for distributing drugs illegally

    A doctor from Newport Coast was arrested by federal drug enforcement agents Wednesday following a three-year investigation into what authorities allege were illegal drug prescriptions from his office getting into the hands of known drug dealers. Nazar Al...
  • Feinstein stumps against Prop. 19

    Standing in front of the Glendale Police Department on Friday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) voiced strong opposition to Proposition 19, the Nov. 2 ballot measure that would legalize marijuana in California. "As a mother and grandmother of six, I...
  • Fundraiser for Fmr. Police Officer Mike Newton

    WEST COVINA -- A 50th birthday party and fundraiser is being held Saturday for a retired West Covina police officer who is dying from Leukodystrophy. Mike Newton is in a convalescent home, and is unable to walk or speak. His wife Susan overcame breast...
  • How to Give Back on Thanksgiving

    On a day of plenty, there are still many in need. Contributions to charitable organizations are dropping as donors become stretched. Many families will be sitting down to a chicken dinner this Thanksgiving because food pantries decided they could help...
  • Where cask ale flows in Southern California

    Where cask ale flows in Southern California
    Where the cask ales flow CASK-CONDITIONED ales, -- unpasteurized, naturally carbonated beers served directly from their firkins (fermenting containers) -- can be difficult to find because of their short shelf life and special handling requirements,...
  • PASSINGS

    Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy Expert on the music of India Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy, 81, the founding chairman and professor emeritus of UCLA's department of ethnomusicology, died June 20 of lung cancer at his home in Van Nuys, according to the university. With his...
  • Reader's recommend: Victorian Village Inn in Ferndale, Calif.

    This totally restored B&B in charming Ferndale is a treasure. All the rooms are different with a variety of amenities from fireplaces to wing chairs in inviting alcoves. All rooms with tubs have the claw-footed vintage ones. Victorian Village Inn, 400...