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For Dodgers and Brewers, seven-game NLCS largely avoided espionage controversy
Brewers relief pitcher Josh Hader, left, confers with catcher Erik Kratz during the fifth inning of Game 7 of the NLCS on Saturday in Milwaukee. A report on Friday said “some in the Brewers organization” were suspicious that the Dodgers were attempting to steal signs by illegal means after Game 5 of
Woman aircraft worker, Vega Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Shown checking electrical assemblies (LOC)
Woman aircraft worker, Vega Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Shown checking electrical assemblies
After grandmother's death, Julio Urias helps Los Angeles Dodgers reach World Series
Hardly a surprise with the Brewers, a team that was, most likely, tipping pitches in the first inning of the game, when they scored four runs - all of which came with a man on second base, in the catcher Austin Barnes' line of sight.
Brushfire Shuts Down 210 Freeway, Impacts UCLA Rose Bowl Traffic - MyNewsLA.com
Firefighters battled a brushfire along the Foothill (210) Freeway in Pasadena while the smoke, flames and freeway SigAlert made it more difficult for UCLA football fans to get to Saturday’s game in the Rose Bowl, authorities said.
Firefighters Make Quick Work of Brush Fire Along the 210 Freeway in Pasadena
Firefighters work to extinguish a 2-acre brush fire along the 210 Freeway in Pasadena on Oct. 20, 2018. (Credit: Ricky Gordini/@TweetRickyG) A brush fire broke out Saturday afternoon near the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, affecting traffic on the 210, 710 and 134 freeways before firefighters got it under c
Watch as the Staples Center crowd reacts to the Dodgers’ NLCS Game 7 victory during Lakers-Rockets
During a break in the action between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets, the fans at Staples Center could be heard cheering as they watch the Los Angeles Dodgers defeat the Milwaukee Brewers and advance to the World Series for a second consecutive year.When word reached Staples Center …p
Dodgers Beat Brewers to Advance to 2nd Straight World Series
Christian Yelich hit a first inning homer to give Milwaukee the lead, but the Dodgers responded with home runs by Cody Bellinger and Yasiel Puig as they beat the Brewers, 5-1, to win the National League Championship Series four games to three.
'Baby Trump' balloon makes its West Coast debut at Politicon in downtown Los Angeles
It's the fourth year for the political convention, which features politicians, pundits, celebrities and journalists from all sides of the political spectrum.
Hollywood Burbank Airport study finds flight path has shifted south over the years, leading to noise, quality-of-life concerns
Thereport, from the consultant firm Landrum & Brown (L&B), found that over the last 10 years a high-occupancy path from the airport has shifted south of the 101 Freeway because of an increase regional air traffic, a rise in average yearly temperatures (aircraft gain altitude faster during colder tem
Amtrak Fatally Strikes Pedestrian in Van Nuys, Leaving 100 Passengers Stuck Aboard as Officials Investigate
An Amtrak train traveling through the Van Nuys area struck and killed a pedestrian early Friday evening, leaving the 100 or so passengers on the train stuck as officials investigated the scene, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.
Restaurant closures due to health hazards in the San Fernando Valley, Sept. 26-Oct. 13
El Patron Mexican Restaurant on Reseda Boulevard in Tarzana. (Google Street View)Nine restaurants and one banquet hall in the San Fernando Valley area were closed between Sept. 26-Oct. 13 due to public health hazards.The food facilities had their health permit suspended for either cockroaches, flies
Things to Do in Pasadena on Friday! All the Best Events in Town!
Friday, October 19, 2018Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Embroidery Samplerclick for more information »This is a “meet my neighbor” workshop that Craft School will be giving at our new neighbor Quilt ‘n Things’ location! Participants will be making a hand embroidery sampler – you’ll learn basic embroide
Body Found Alongside Hollywood Freeway Identified
Investigators are working to determine how a 33-year-old man, whose body was found alongside the Hollywood (101) Freeway, died.
Live updates: NLCS Game 6 between the Dodgers and Brewers
The Los Angeles Dodgers are back in Milwaukee with a 3-2 lead in the NLCS. If the Dodgers can hold off Brewers once again, they will set up a World Series matchup against the Boston Red Sox.Scouting report| Matchup breakdown | Updates: In-game box scoreFollow along for live updates of Game 6 in the
Residents upset over increased airplane noise from Burbank Airport
“There are many flights on this path that start very early in the morning and go very late at night and sometimes every two minutes,” Studio City resident, Kim Biddle, said.
Murder suspect identified in shooting death of Norwalk man
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has identified Jose Ochoa-Lara, 38, as a suspect in the murder investigation of Frank Rivera, 29, of Norwalk who was shot and killed in June 7, 2018. (Courtesy of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department)
Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (Oct. 12-19)
Restaurants and other food businesses closed by health inspectors in Orange County from Oct. 12 to 19, 2018:Mom’s & Baby’s Market, 1640 E. First St., Suite F, Santa AnaClosed: Oct. 17 (report)Reason: Rodent infestationWater Gourmet, 1114 S. Bristol St., Santa AnaClosed: Oct. 16 (report)Reason: Roden
Palmdale man arrested in petty theft at Burbank Spa and Garden
A Palmdale man who allegedly attempted to steal a purse from a local spa was arrested this week by Burbank police.Jorge Salazar, 21, was taken into custody Wednesday night on suspicion of petty theft and possession of stolen property, according to a statement from the Burbank Police Department.
California has always had Santa Ana winds. So why aren't our power lines buried yet? - Los Angeles Times
Even if we haven’t lived through the fires ourselves, we have known for at least 70 years aboutsundowner winds and the wildfires that accompany them. Ever since Raymond Chandler wrote “Red Wind” in 1946, or we read Joan Didion’s “Los Angeles Notebook” in 1967, all Angelenos have known “what it means
Deputy wounded in shooting at San Bernardino County apartment complex
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said a suspect was taken into custody, believed to be the shooter, and several other people were detained.