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  • Full lunar eclipse: 'Blood moon' photos light up social media

    Full lunar eclipse: 'Blood moon' photos light up social media
    The first lunar eclipse of 2014 — known as "blood moon" — is lighting up social media tonight as people post photos of the moon and the eclipse. Large crowd descended on the Griffith Observatory to look at the eclipse. They posted a...
  • Lunar eclipse: Viewer celebrates a birthday and a 'blood moon'

    Lunar eclipse: Viewer celebrates a birthday and a 'blood moon'
    Johanna Huerta will usher in her 30th birthday early Tuesday with the “blood moon.” Huerta, 29, of South Los Angeles, was one of hundreds of people who descended on the Griffith Observatory on Monday night awaiting the first total eclipse of...
  • Total lunar eclipse: Many ways to watch 'blood moon' live

    Total lunar eclipse: Many ways to watch 'blood moon' live
    You don't have to go to the Griffith Observatory or other prime watching spot to view the first total lunar eclipse of 2014. Numerous "blood moon" video streams are available on the Web. The Griffith Observatory will be streaming the event live from the...
  • Lunar eclipse: Crowds descend on observatory for 'blood moon'

    Lunar eclipse: Crowds descend on observatory for 'blood moon'
    Bob Alborzian was a child when his father first showed him the Milky Way galaxy through the lens of a telescope, leading to a lifelong love of astronomy. Now 69, Alborzian was on hand with his own homemade telescope Monday night at the Griffith...
  • Total lunar eclipse: Answering your "blood moon" questions

    Total lunar eclipse: Answering your "blood moon" questions
    The first total eclipse of 2014 tonight and Tuesday morning is generating much attention. Times reporter Rong-Gong Lin II answers your questions about the so-called blood moon. Q: Will L.A. be able to see this eclipse? It will be the first in more...
  • 818 Roundup: Comfort-women lawsuit; Police seize Samurai swords, a bow and arrow

    818 Roundup: Comfort-women lawsuit; Police seize Samurai swords, a bow and arrow
    Good morning, 818 readers. It's Tuesday, April 15, 2014 and its expected to be a sunny day. National Weather Service forecasters predict a high of 81 and low of 46 in the Glendale region. Your top headlines this morning: - Glendale city attorneys...
  • This winter still third all-time in total snowfall

    This winter still third all-time in total snowfall
    The Chicago area got a little more than an inch of snow from the storm late Monday, but it wasn't enough to change this winter's ranking as the third snowiest in recorded weather history. The measurement at O'Hare International Airport was 1.4 inches,...
  • Total lunar eclipse: Big crowds expected for 'blood moon'

    Total lunar eclipse: Big crowds expected for 'blood moon'
    With just a few hours left before the the first total eclipse of 2014, the Griffith Observatory is bracing for big crowds tonight and is warning of possible traffic jams for the "blood moon." "We are expecting large crowds," the observatory said in a...
  • Hurricane forecasters will map potential storm surge

    Hurricane forecasters will map potential storm surge
    Starting this year, national hurricane forecasters will issue maps showing where there's potential for storm-driven seawater to charge miles inland to flood streets, knock down homes and kill people. The new online map will appear on the center's website...
  • Total lunar eclipse to bring rare 'blood moon' to night sky

    The first total eclipse of 2014 is poised to show itself Monday night in the form of a dark red "blood moon." In Los Angeles, the most impressive part will begin at 10:58 p.m. when the first "bite" is taken out of the moon. It will be blotted out...
  • 7.8 Chile quake aftershock: No impact expected in California

    Officials don't expect any damaging tsunamis in California or the West Coast from Wednesday evening's huge aftershocks from the 8.2 Chile earthquake. A 7.8 aftershock was reported Wednesday, and there were no immediate reports of additional casualties....