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Sun Valley fire caused millions in damage, but could have been worse
A fire that devastated a hardware manufacturing business in Sun Valley Monday afternoon caused $4 million worth of damages and injured a firefighter, authorities said. The cause of the blaze at Universal Iron Doors and Hardware, which resulted in $3 million structural and $1 million content damage,
Fire at Sun Valley Iron Door Business Knocked Down; No Injuries Reported as Officials Investigate Cause of Blaze
A fire at a business in Sun Valley on Monday was knocked down, with no injuries reported as officials investigate the source of the blaze, authorities said. The entire roof of Universal Iron Doors and Hardware in Sun Valley can be seen scorched off after a fire on Sept. 25, 2017. (Credit: KTLA) The
Brush Fire Squelched Near Sun Valley
SUN VALLEY, CA - Firefighters today extinguished a quarter-acre brush fire adjacent to the site of a blaze earlier this month that scarred nearly 7,200 acres in the Sun Valley area. Fifty-four firefighters sent to the 9900 block of Roscoe Boulevard about 10:20 a.m. extinguished the flames in about
LAPD investigates after dead man is found on Canoga Park sidewalk
Los Angeles police on Tuesday morning were investigating a man found dead on a sidewalk near a Rite Aid in Canoga Park. A call came in at 4:59 a.m. at Roscoe Boulevard and Topanga Canyon Boulevard, said Officer Tony Im of the Los Angeles Police Department's Media Relations Division. At the scene, LA
Abandoned burning vehicle sparks early morning brush fire
An abandoned vehicle found burning on Bouquet Canyon Road shortly after midnight Sunday sparked a brush fire and a three-hour firefighting effort to put it out. Firefighters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department and firefighters with the US Forest Service were dispatched to a section of Bouque
Home Protection Seminar Tonight!
TONIGHT at 7.00 PM - 8.30 PM at the Dixie Canyon Community Charter Auditorium. 4220 Dixie Canyon Avenue Sherman Oaks. Hello, Everyone!! Due to the uptick in crime, the Ring Video Doorbell company is reaching out to our area to help us create safer neighborhoods. Information about the Ring Video Door
Community: Alumni group gets high marks for keeping grads connected
A group of high school grads have earned a 4.0 when it comes to connecting those who attended or taught at the crosstown rival schools. I'm talking about the steering committee members of the Burbank Burroughs Alumni Assn. who organize quarterly mixers to honor past and present teachers and administ
5 suspected arson fires set in North Hollywood
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - Five suspected arson fires that began in vegetation damaged a vehicle and a window of a house today in a neighborhood in the North Hollywood area, but no one was hurt. The small blazes were reported shortly after 3 a.m. in the 6100 block of Carpenter Avenue, the 6300 block of Morel
Restaurant review: Gokoku's vegetarian ramen is good for the taste buds, too
There are ramen shops in town that proclaim, proudly, that their broth is made by boiling pork bones for hours, even days. It's not unusual to encounter banners declaring 24 hours, 36 hours, 48 hours or longer, enough time for the pork bones to dissolve into molecular disarray. Take the broth home,
Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom: Let's save the California mission school project!
I'm really angry right now, and I don't care who knows it. There's a terrible injustice going on, and I want something done. In its infinite wisdom, the state Department of Education (motto: We're bureaucrats and you're not) has decided that schools should do away with the 4th Grade Mission Project,
1 person killed in Burbank crash
BURBANK >> One person was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash in the 134 Freeway in Burbank. A vehicle went over the eastbound side of the freeway west of Pass Avenue, according to the California Highway Patrol. The victim was pronounced at the scene of the crash, which was reported at 5:47 p.m.
Glendale city manager may resign for similar position in another city
City Manager Scott Ochoa notified city employees Friday that he may leave his job in Glendale, held since January 2012, for the same position in another city. In an email, Ochoa told city employees that he is a finalist for a city manager's position in another unnamed city. Ochoa said that, if selec
Garbage truck catches fire in Glendale, destroys 2 cars, authorities say
A fire that engulfed a garbage truck in Glendale Monday morning also destroyed two other vehicles parked on the street, according to the Glendale Fire Department. A Glendale Public Works garbage truck caught fire around 10 a.m. near the intersection of Montrose and Liberty avenues. Anita Shandi, a s
California State University Professor Selected for Television Academy Foundation's 2017 Faculty Seminar Program
Professor Bridget Murnane of California State University, Los Angeles, has been selected to participate in the Television Academy Foundation's 2017 Faculty Seminar Program. Members of the Television Academy selected 25 professors from colleges and universities nationwide. The faculty fellows will ga
Woman With Machete Arrested At DASH Store
WEST HOLLYWOOD-A woman who entered the DASH boutique on Thursday, September 21 was arrested after threatening an employee with a gun and later returning to the establishment waving a machete. The store is owned by "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney. Los Angeles County S
Edie Falco ably anchors potentially addictive 'Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders'
Murder is forever and, apparently, so is TV's obsession with the 1980s. The two meet in "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders," the first installment of a new anthology series from the makers of NBC's procedural crime franchise. The eight-part drama, which premieres Tuesday and stars Edie Fa
Mike White on the pathetic and the privilege in 'Brad's Status'
While introducing the world premiere of the movie "Brad's Status" at the recent Toronto International Film Festival, the festival's creative director, Cameron Bailey, called the movie's writer-director, Mike White, "one of the key voices in defining what comedy is in the 21st century." Though White
LAPD seeks shooter after man runs into Hollywood business bleeding from gunshot wound
A man in his 20s ran into a Hollywood business bleeding after being shot on Tuesday afternoon and Los Angeles police are looking for the shooting suspect, authorities said. The incident occurred at 1:12 p.m. in the area of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, said Officer Tony Im of the Los Ange
Big rig rolls down 210 Freeway embankment in Sylmar, driver extricated
SYLMAR - The driver of a big rig was injured today when it rolled down an embankment of the Foothill (210) Freeway in Sylmar, authorities said. The accident was reported at 4:53 a.m. on the eastbound freeway at the Yarnell Street off-ramp, California Highway Patrol Officer Peter Nicholson said. The
LA pastor leaves ICE custody, but finds a new flock among fearful immigrant inmates
Inside the walls of the Adelanto Detention Facility, Pastor Noe Carias found himself preaching to dozens of detainees who could be deported back to their home countries. Carias, 42, of North Hollywood, who leads an evangelical congregation near Echo Park, was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs