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1 hr ago | Los Angeles Times
About 25 firefighters were battling a blaze that tore through a South Los Angeles charter school Tuesday, sending a huge plume of black smoke into the air.
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1 hr ago | Brandon Sun
The Toronto International Film Festival unveiled a star-heavy lineup amid increased festival jockeying for the most plum premieres of Hollywood's fall season.
3 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
Forbes magazine reports Downey is the highest paid actor in Hollywood for the second straight year, estimating the "Iron Man" star earned $75 million between June 2013 and June 2014, which is about the same amount as he earned last year.
4 hrs ago | NBC Los Angeles
Family members are grieving over the death of a loved one who was beaten by two attackers at a Metro train station.
5 hrs ago | New York Daily News
A demolition project of an unused bridge will close a key intersection near the Los Angeles International Airport from Friday night through Monday morning.
5 hrs ago | LA Daily News
Police tape closes off access to the parking structure at the Target store at Sepulveda Boulevard and Hatteras Street in Van Nuys after a man died when he was stabbed and possibly shot around 5 a.m. Customers were able to enter the structure to the south on Sepulveda.
7 hrs ago | LA Daily News
A man was fatally shot inside his car in Van Nuys early today and the suspected gunman was taken into custody, police said.
No progress was made on Ballmer's bid to buy the L.A. Clippers, but ESPN reports it was otherwise a "friendly conversation."
In the midst of a 24-hour fundraising swing through Los Angeles, President Barack Obama will speak Thursday at Los Angeles Trade- Technical College, and a limited number of free tickets will be available to the public beginning tomorrow.
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Charlie "Bird" Parker has been called the greatest saxophonist who ever lived, a jazz legend who not only spearheaded the bebop movement but also laid the foundations of modern jazz. He was also a party animal.
The problem was reported about 12:25 a.m. in locations that included Melrose and Fairfax Avenues, said Gale Harris of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
When economic times are tough, it's not only humans who suffer. Job loss and foreclosure have consequences for four-legged companions as well: The worse off people are, the more family pets are abandoned or turned in to shelters.
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