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Authorities end search of landfill for 6-month-old boy’s remains
Police have called off the search of a massive landfill in Corona where they suspect the body of a 6-month-old boy is buried. Culver City police said Monday that despite an intensive three-month investigation, they were unable to narrow a location within the El Sobrante Landfill where they suspect t
‘Avengers: Endgame’ stars gather for LA premiere
(LOS ANGELES) -- Avengers: Endgame had its world premiere Monday night in Los Angeles, amid intense hype and equal secrecy surrounding what is ultimately the end of this phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, even the film's stars didn't how it ended.
Draymond Green fine after MRI on wrist
The Golden State Warriors have avoided a minor injury scare. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said on Friday that an MRI of Draymond Green’s wrist indicated the star forward is “fine.”
Can California boost home building without supercharging gentrification?
Along a stretch of South Los Angeles near the Expo light rail line, investment dollars are pouring in. Landlords outfit vacant apartments with stainless-steel appliances to lift rents, flippers list renovated bungalows for sale at twice what they paid. And as long-term tenants are forced out, develo
Amtrak Employee Assaulted by Ticketless Passenger Aboard Train, OPD says
A train conductor was assaulted by a passenger aboard an Amtrak Pacific Surfliner en route to Los Angeles on Tuesday, police said. The Amtrak employee was checking tickets on the second level of Pacific Surfliner train 565 when the altercation happened just before the Amtrak arrived to the Oceanside
Jessica Alba records a quick home sale in Beverly Hills
Actress-entrepreneur Jessica Alba has sold a home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area for the asking price of $6.195 million. The Spanish-style residence had been on the market for about three weeks, records show.
Family holds vigil for missing 15-year-old girl last seen with murder suspects
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. -- (KTLA) -- Loved ones of a missing 15-year-old Redondo Beach girl who was last seen Wednesday with two murder suspects held a vigil on Easter Sunday in Windsor Hills to pray for her safe return.
NeuroSigma Announces FDA Clearance of Monarch eTNS System as First Non-Drug Treatment for Pediatric ADHD
The prescription-only Monarch device is indicated for treatment of pediatric ADHD as a monotherapy in patients ages 7 through 12 years old who are not currently taking prescription ADHD medications. The device is intended to be used in the home under the supervision of a caregiver during periods of
Nicolas Cage sings sad 'Purple Rain' rendition amid news of divorce after four-day marriage
Nicolas Cage is dealing with his split from his wife of four days the best way he knows how: Karaoke. The "National Treasure" star was caught on video belting out an impassioned rendition of Prince's classic "Purple Rain" on Sunday in Los Angeles' Koreatown neighborhood.
The Game Admits Nipsey Hussle Friendship Cost Him Vital Gang Connections
For days, The Game has been sharing at least one post per day to commemorate his friend Nipsey Hussle. The Los Angeles rapper passed away when he was struck with gunfire in the parking lot of his Marathon store on Crenshaw and Slauson. Game is making sure that nobody forgets just how impactful the 3
'It's not play if you're making money': how Instagram and YouTube disrupted child labor laws
They open boxes, play with toys, pull pranks and make slime. They sing, they dance, and they remember their lines: “Subscribe to my channel!” Children are among the biggest stars of YouTube and Instagram, earning millions through influencer deals with blue chip brands or YouTube’s partner program, w
It’s A Shame That Kelli Tennant Is No Longer A Sports Reporter
Kelli Tennant is going to be your new favorite sports reporter — even though she no longer works in the role. During her time on the sidelines, Tennant served as a lead analyst covering the Los Angeles Lakers for SportsNet.
Illegal Trail | Disney Heiress On Worker Pay | OC Today
LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:. The illegal trail branches off one of the loops and ascends to the canyon through steep natural coastal vegetation.
Tuesday's Sports in Brief
BOSTON (AP) -- Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi had surgery Tuesday to remove a loose body in his right elbow. The arthroscopic procedure was performed by Yankees head team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Boston said Eovaldi is expected to return to pitching within s
Beto O’Rourke opens his California campaign Saturday in Los Angeles
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke of Texas will launch his 2020 California primary campaign Saturday with a four-day driving tour of the state. The former El Paso congressman will stop at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College downtown for an outdoor rally Saturday afternoon.
Steve Golin, Oscar-winning producer of ‘The Revenant,’ dies at 64
Producer Steve Golin, who won an Oscar for the 2015 frontier drama “The Revenant” and whose keen eye for talent helped launch the filmmaking careers of directors like David Fincher, Spike Jonze and Michael Bay, died Sunday in Los Angeles at age 64.
U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff Chooses WeHo’s James Rice for a West Point Free Admission
Today, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) announced that eight students from California’s 28th District, one of whom is from West Hollywood, have been offered appointments to the U.S. Service Academies Class of 2023.
25 hospitals make Forbes list of best large employers
Forbes has released its annual list of “America’s best large employers,” which includes hospitals and health systems. For the list, Forbes worked with market research company Statista to determine the companies that employees like best. Companies on the list have more than 5,000 U.S. employees.
Law enforcement backs down on deadly force standard—for now, anyway
The political landscape in California’s debate over how to curb police shootings shifted Tuesday as law enforcement groups agreed to drop the part of their bill that would lock in the current national standard for justifying the use of deadly force.