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Missing man’s car found abandoned on bridge over Susquehanna, police searching

Police in Susquehanna Township are searching for a man, whose vehicle was found abandoned on a local bridge spanning the Susquehanna River. Padam Rizal, 49, was reported missing early Friday by family members. Police said he is considered missing and endangered.


PBA All-Star starters a tale of speed vs. size

That will be decided when North and South All-Stars meet in the PBA All-Star game on March 31 in Clasiao, Pangasinan. North will bank on speed with LA Tenorio and Paul Lee leading the charge. Also part of the starting unit are Calvin Abueva, Marcio Lassiter, and Japeth Aguilar.


Why You're Seeing Signs About Manila's Airport Security Before You Board a U.S. Flight

If you've had a departing flight out of a major U.S. airport in the past few weeks, you've probably noticed the signs. Without context, they're a little alarming: "Passengers are advised that the Secretary of Homeland Security has determined that Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila, R


Maxine Waters says border wall supporters are unpatriotic and do not love the country

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) excoriated Americans who support constructing a border wall in a speech given against President Donald Trump in Los Angeles. The outspoken foe of the president said that anyone who supports a border wall is not a patriot.


Philippines' Duterte warns of harsher drugs war ahead

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday that his signature anti-narcotics campaign will be even harsher in the future, signaling no let-up in a bloody crackdown that has alarmed the international community.


Manila Killa Delivers Amazingly Versatile & Infectious Debut EP ‘1993’

The time has finally come for Manila Killa to drop his debut EP. After dropping an impressive amount of on-point singles over the past several years, the beloved DJ/producer is ready to present to his first cohesive body of work, and we couldn’t be more thrilled for the release.


Jussie Smollett gave false information in 2007 DUI bust, claiming to be his brother

More than a decade before the current investigation involving Jussie Smollett’s hate attack claims, the “Empire” actor pleaded no contest to providing authorities with false information in a DUI case.


LA tree report highlights a growing problem: The city needs to better manage its trees

Los Angeles’ trees are suffering from neglect. Around 30 percent of trees on city streets and in public parks are in danger of dying within a decade due to disease, pests and more frequent drought conditions. That’s according to a ew report from the Los Angeles City Controller’s office calling for t


A Family-Owned Filipino Restaurant Should Soon Open in Wicker Park

Wicker Parkers will soon get lumpia, pork belly bao, and more Filipino dishes in the former Birchwood Kitchen space on North Avenue. Cebu Bar and Grill, a family-owned spot from three siblings, is slated for an early March opening at 2211 W. North Avenue.


State Bill Would Ban Wild Animals From Circus Acts

A Los Angeles city councilman and other animal rights activists threw their support Tuesday behind a state bill that would make it illegal to use wild and exotic animals in traveling acts.


Convicted Serial Sex Criminal Who Targeted Women on L.A. Buses, Trains Banned from Metro After 10th Conviction

A 27-year-old Los Angeles man who has been convicted 10 times of sexually assaulting women on buses and trains was ordered Tuesday to stay away from public transit and group ride-sharing services, to undergo a yearlong sex offender treatment program and to register as a sex offender, authorities sai


L.A. City Council Supports Federal `Green New Deal'

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Los Angeles City Council threw its support today behind a federal ``Green New Deal'' backed by nearly 100 Democratic House and Senate members to convert the economy away from dependency on fossil fuels.


Ariana Grande Surprises Filipino Boy Band on ‘Corden’

The Filipino boy band TNT Boys gained an extra member Tuesday night when pop-star Ariana Grande made a surprise appearance during the group’s performance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”


Proposed senate bill would put an end to circus cruelty in California

LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - A new bill introduced to the California State Senate would put an end to circus cruelty in the state, legislators said. On Tuesday, Democratic Senator Ben Hueso will join Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz, PETA and a host of celebrity activists to announce the introdu


Amid loss of leaders, unknown militant rises in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Unlike many of his slain comrades, the touted new leader of the Islamic State group in the southern Philippines lacks the bravado, clan name or foreign training.


Australian, 29, is rescued in the Philippines after being kidnapped 'by three men and a woman who demanded a $42,000 ransom'

An Australian man has been rescued in the Philippines after he was reportedly kidnapped and held for ransom by three men and a woman. Police found Jianting Chen, 29, in Makati City on Wednesday after he was allegedly abducted by four Chinese nationals who had demanded a $42,000 (RMB 200,000) ransom,


Monét X Change, Manila Luzon & More: Brad Hammer Has Directed All Your Favorite Drag Queens' Music Videos

As queens graduate from RuPaul’s Drag Race, it has become a tradition of sorts for the show’s alumni to release music projects. Some play up the campy, comedic roots of drag while others aim to be taken seriously as musicians, but they all have one thing in common: They want their music video fantas


Jussie Smollett Gave False Name In 2007 DUI Arrest, Claimed To Be His Brother

New developments are unfurling in the midst of the Jussie Smollett case where the Empire actor alleges he was the victim of a racist and homophobic crime on January 29. According to CNN, authorities discovered Smollet, 36, used a fake name when he was arrested during a 2007 DUI. The outlet confirmed


Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation

He thought it’d be a purrrr-fict idea. Herb Wesson, the president of Los Angeles’ City Council, suggested deploying an “army of cats” to fight City Hall’s rodent problem but was told Friday that adding cats to the equation would likely only worsen the issue.


Noon rally at Los Angeles City Hall set to protest President Trump's national emergency declaration

LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - A noon rally is planned at Los Angeles City Hall on Monday as part of a nationwide set of demonstrations against President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency that allows him to shift funding away from Congress-approved national security initiatives and toward c