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Ben Affleck’s Friends Want Him To Date Charlize Theron Or Halle Berry?
A tabloid claims Ben Affleck’s friends want him to date a famous woman and have set their sights on both Charlize Theron and Halle Berry as prospects. The story is completely made-up. Gossip Cop can debunk it.
DJ Skrillex Denied New Trial in Stage Dive Suit
A judge finalized a ruling denying a new trial to DJ Skrillex, who was sued by a fan who said she suffered a stroke days after the DJ, record producer and musician leapt on top of her from a downtown Los Angeles stage in 2012.
RBPD surf contest to hit the waves May 4
"Not your usual suspects" will be in the waves in Redondo Beach May 4. The police department will host its second annual The Line Up surf contest starting at 7 a.m. at the beach adjacent to the 1800 block of Esplanade, according to an April 22 press release.
Pilot killed in crash of flying wing aircraft identified
NORCO (AP) - Authorities have identified the pilot who died when a last-of-its-kind flying wing aircraft crashed and burned at a Southern California prison. The Northrop N-9M crashed on Monday in the exercise yard at the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, east of Los Angeles.
Tesla Posts Surprisingly Large $700 Million Net Loss for Q1 as Sales Fall 31%
SAN FRANCISCO — Tesla CEO Elon Musk had prepped Wall Street for a first quarter loss but analysts were still stunned by its size: $702.1 million, among the company’s worst quarters in the past two years.
Lou Williams: “It’s their mistake for looking ahead”
Minutes before the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers tipped off for Game 5 of their first round playoff series, the Houston Rockets beat the Utah Jazz to advance to the second round.
No tickets sold with all six SuperLotto Plus numbers
LOS ANGELES – There were no tickets sold with all six numbers in Wednesday evening’s SuperLotto Plus drawing and the estimated jackpot for Saturday’s drawing will grow to $39 million.
Los Angeles County sues SCE over Woolsey Fire
Los Angeles County announced on Thursday they are suing Southern California Edison to recover costs and damages from the Woolsey Fire in November. The fire started Nov. 8 and consumed more than 96,000 acres, destroyed more than 1,600 buildings and damaged another 360 structures.
FDA finds listeria in 19 ice cream manufacturing facilities, salmonella in 1 after recalls
LOS ANGELES - Following a series of recalls, an inspection of ice cream maker facilities across the country found the presence of harmful bacteria and resulted in multiple voluntary recalls, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday.
A Senior On The Streets, With Little Chance Of A Home
Rising housing costs compounded by insufficient retirement income and life’s calamities are driving more seniors, such as 71-year-old Carl Russell, onto California’s streets.
Sunbather run over by cop car on Venice Beach tells frightening story
LOS ANGELES -- A relaxing day on the beach turned into a nightmare for a Southern California woman when she was accidentally run over by a Los Angeles Police Department cruiser and rushed to the hospital.
How Tijuana Tacos Became LA's Hottest Food Trend
It's 40 degrees on a Saturday morning in Inglewood in March, the kind of cold that gnaws at your toes and makes your knuckles crack and bleed. It is freezing - almost literally - but that hasn't stopped a crowd from gathering at four-month-old Birrieria Gomez, a Tijuana-style birria stand in a paved
Little Changes to SoCal's High Gas Prices
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County was unchanged Thursday at $4.086, one day after rising seven-tenths of a cent to its highest amount since July 31, 2015.
Manson Family Killer Leslie Van Houten Fights For Parole
LOS ANGELES, CA — Leslie Van Houten, the prom queen turned Manson Family killer, is fighting for her freedom – this time before an appeals panel in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday.
Barber: Warriors' lack of defense means series will go on
OAKLAND — Hey, Steve Kerr, what did you think of your team’s defense Wednesday night?. “Not good,” Kerr replied after the visiting Los Angeles Clippers had beaten the Warriors 129-121 in Game 5 of a first-round NBA playoff series.
Watch Flowers Spring to Life
Spring has sprung! The famous Washington cherry blossoms have come and gone, and the tulips and azaleas are in full bloom. In this mesmerizing video, you’ll get a glimpse of the early steps in how some spring flowers bloom.
Buying Art in the Age of Instagram
Nats Getty grew up surrounded by some of the best art in the world. As an adult, she says everyone should be surrounded by art they love. There are two art worlds. There’s the high, fine, fancy art depicted in high-concept comedies and esoteric dramas alike; the type of art for which a rich man on a
Los Angeles County uses technology to locate missing seniors
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A new program in Los Angeles County uses electronic tracking bracelets to help find people with dementia or autism who go missing. The bracelets are the cornerstone of LA Found , the program that also boosts coordination between law enforcement in the search for missing residents.
Los Angeles County sues utility over fall wildfire damage
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles County has sued Southern California Edison and parent company Edison International to recover more than $100 million in costs and damages from a wind-driven wildfire that may have been sparked by one of the utility’s wires.
Woman Falls Asleep on the Beach, LAPD Patrol Cruiser Runs Her Over
You never really expect to be run over by a patrol cruiser, but you expect it even less when you’re at the beach, lying on the sand, catching some sun and some Zs. It happened on Easter Sunday at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, to a 36-year-old woman identified solely as Aurora. With broken ribs, a con