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Cypress Hill's B Real Opens Cannabis Dispensary In Sylmar
SYLMAR (CBSLA) —Sylmar is going up in smoke thanks to Cypress Hill’s B Real.The hip-hop superstar on Wednesday attended the grand opening forDr. Greenthumb Dispensary— the latest cannabis store to open in the Los Angeles area sincemarijuana became legalin California.The dispensary is named after a C
BoneFish Grill Valencia Permanently Closed
“Thank you for calling Bonefish Grill, this location is permanently closed,” said an automated voice message.
La Canada Flintridge family captures wild cats in their backyard
"I was taking recycling out to the trash in the back, and as I turned the corner I looked over and could see out of the corner of my eye some white. I thought, 'That must be some kind of animal,'" she said.
LAPD says illegal street racing crash leaves Valley couple and unborn child dead
A memorial for Martin Gomez, 20, of Granada Hills; Denney Lomeli, 20, of North Hills; Amanda Alfar, 22, of Panorama City; and Leena Ammari, 21, of Reseda who were killed in a crash on Lassen Street near Balboa Boulevard in Northridge. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
Authorities Search for Missing L.A. County Fire Captain Last Seen Leaving His Newhall Home
Wayne Stuart Habell, 43, is described as being 6 feet tall, 225 pounds with short brown/blond hair and green eyes,according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt and plaid shorts when he left his home at 7:30 a.m.
Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation At Woodland Hills Girls School
The call came in Wednesday afternoon threatening an explosion at Louisville High School, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The threat was made just before 1 p.m, said.Officer Tony Im of the Los Angeles Police Department's Media Relations office.
Glendale Man Accused of Smashing Trump’s Star Pleads Not Guilty to Vandalism
Prosecutorsfiledone felony count of vandalism against Austin Mikel Clay, a 24-year-old Glendale resident, about two weeks after the incident on July 25.
LAPD raids unpermitted pot grow in Panorama City
Officers were alerted about 3:50 a.m. Sunday to a burglary in progress in the 13000 block of Saticoy Street and upon arrival detained a half-dozen suspects, who were subsequently arrested, according to the Los Angeles Police Department, which reported that five of the six “have extensive criminal ba
9 Injured After Multivehicle Crash Involving LAPD SUV in Lake Balboa, Authorities Say
Six people were inside one of the cars, an SUV that overturned, said LAPD Officer Rosario Herrera. Two officers were stopped at a red light when the collision occurred.
Sierra Highway Construction To Cause Lane Closures, Traffic Delays During Back To School
Starting Monday, there will be directional night-to-early morning closures along Sierra Highway from Friendly Valley Parkway to Newhall Avenue due to Caltrans construction, according to Carrie Lujan, spokeswoman for the City of Santa Clarita.
Street Racing Crackdown in Pacoima
On Sunday, August 12, officers surrounded Foothill and Balboa Streets in Sylmar by laying out spike strips and blocking off the area where 50 to 60 people gathered.
'The 100' actress arrested in Glendale for alleged domestic violence
An actress known for her work on the CW show, "The 100," was arrested by Glendale police last week and booked on suspicion of felony domestic violence.
Accused Trump Walk of Fame Star Vandal Pleads Not Guilty
Austin Clay, charged with vandalism in the destruction of President Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star, talks about what compelled him to take a pickax to the star on Hollywood Boulevard. Clay spoke Wednesday Aug. 15, 2018 after pleading not guilty to vandalism. (Published 2 minutes ago)
Back To School 2018 Tips: Backpack Safety, First-Day Traffic And Golden Valley Road Closures
More than 14,000 children are treated annually for backpack-related injuries, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Backpacks that are worn incorrectly, not fitted properly or are too heavy can cause backaches, shoulder pain, poor posture and neck injuries.
Pilot who died in plane crash in Sylmar ID’d as longtime Disney Imagineering executive
The pilot who died when his small aircraft crashed into a field in Sylmar on Sunday was identified as a 55-year-old Marina Del Rey resident and longtime Disney employee who helped create rides for its theme parks.Scott Watson was the only person on board the A320 single-engine aircraftwhen it plunge
BREAKING: Santa Clarita Deputies Search For Armed Suspect Near Via Princessa, Three Others Detained
UPDATE 7:25 p.m. —Officials have swept the area, both on foot and with a helicopter, but were unable to locate the suspect as of 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to officials.
West Nile Virus Confirmed In Northridge
LOS ANGELES, CA — Ten mosquito samples collected from six communities in the San Fernando Valley tested positive for West Nile virus, the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District announced Monday.
Hit-and-run crash shears power pole, sends live wires onto 101 Freeway in Hollywood
The collision occurred about 10 p.m. Monday on westbound Melrose Avenue when a black 4-door 2010 Honda Civic struck the rear driver side quarter panel of a black Chrysler sedan, driven by a man from Bakersfield, according to a statement from the California Highway Patrol.
Man Sentenced to Jail for Biting LAPD Officer, Gouging Another Officer’s Eyes at AT&T Store in Tarzana: DA
He was sentenced to 344 days in jail, three years of probation and has to complete a dual diagnosis treatment program, the release stated.
Saugus High School Band, Colorguard Perform Preview Show — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220
Noreen Fischer, senior head drum major and student leader at Saugus High School, has been working with her bandmates on bringing the new and returning musicians up to speed with new material in time for their first performance of the year.