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  • 818 Roundup: Burbank considers standards of 'McMansion' moratorium; Endorsements for Burbank, Glendale elections

    818 Roundup: Burbank considers standards of 'McMansion' moratorium; Endorsements for Burbank, Glendale elections
    Good morning, 818! Today is Monday, March 16, 2015. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 89 degrees and a low of 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. In case you missed them, here are your local headlines from the...
  • Airlines collected big profits in 2014; Not so great year for passengers

    Airlines collected big profits in 2014; Not so great year for passengers
    For air travel in the U.S., 2014 brought soaring profits for airlines and turbulence for passengers. Several U.S. carriers reported record quarterly profits during the year amid declining fuel prices and rising travel demand, especially among big-...
  • Agency suspends burn permits in 22 Wisconsin counties

    The state Department of Natural Resources is suspending burning permits in 22 Wisconsin counties because of the risk of wildfires. Dry conditions are expected to result in Wisconsin's first widespread risk of high to very high fire danger this year. DNR...
  • Florida manatee count tallies record high

    MIAMI Manatees are wintering in Florida in record numbers, according to an annual survey by state biologists released Monday. The count, conducted over two weeks in February, tallied 6,063 manatees statewide, about a thousand more than the previous...
  • Record heat will have L.A. Marathon runners blazing

    Record heat will have L.A. Marathon runners blazing
    About 26,000 people are expected to participate in Sunday's 30th annual Los Angeles Marathon, braving record-breaking temperatures as a heat wave that has broiled the region continues for the third straight day. Runners from all 50 states and 55...
  • Heat wave brings more record temperatures in L.A. area

    Heat wave brings more record temperatures in L.A. area
    The heat wave gripping Southern California brought new high temperature records Sunday as many fled to the beaches for relief. According to the National Weather Service, downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach set new high temperatures for the day, at 90...
  • Flooding possible as rain tapers off

    Flooding possible as rain tapers off
    Nearly an inch of rain fell across the Baltimore region Saturday, potentially flooding some streams and creeks, and gloomy conditions were expected to continue into the evening. Through 6 p.m., three-quarters of an inch of rain had fallen at Baltimore-...
  • Monday should see Chicago's first 70 degrees of the year

    Southwesterly winds will set the stage for a warming trend here that will begin Sunday when afternoon highs push into themiddle 60s and likely culminate Monday in Chicago's first 70-degree readings of 2015. Southwest winds will be strengthening Sunday...
  • Mild day for St. Patrick's Day parades

    Chicago's normal high temperature for March 14 is 46 degrees, and the projected afternoon high should reach into the middle to upper 50s, some 10 to 12 degrees above normal at most Chicago-area locations away from the Lake Michigan shoreline. Right...
  • Weather: Sunshine today, possible thunderstorm tomorrow

    Weather: Sunshine today, possible thunderstorm tomorrow
    A few more warm days will come to central Florida this weekend, with highs in the 80s and a possible thunderstorm. Today is expected to be mostly sunny with a high of about 87, according to the National Weather Service. Clouds will come in this...
  • Washington state rain no cure for drought, due to bleak snowpack

    Washington state rain no cure for drought, due to bleak snowpack
    Californians take note: It is possible to have rain — lots of it — and still be plagued by drought. Just look at tiny Forks, Wash., which bills itself as the wettest town in the contiguous United States. As of Thursday, 26.6 inches of rain...