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Gov. Newsom says more water needs to be saved or mandatory restrictions are coming

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/FOX58) — Monday, at a meeting with representatives from water agencies, Governor Newsom said every water agency across California needs to take more aggressive actions to reduce water use and get the message out about the drought emergency, or water restrictions will become mandatory. Last Tuesday the Governor toured a water recycling plant in Carson and was asked why he hasn't made water restrictions mandatory up to this point.
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Rangers visit the Angels to start 2-game series

LINE: Angels -170, Rangers +145; over/under is 8 runs. BOTTOM LINE: The Los Angeles Angels host the Texas Rangers on Tuesday to open a two-game series. Los Angeles has a 26-17 record overall and a 14-8 record at home. The Angels are 13-5 in games when they hit at least two home runs.

The Fanciest Sushi Restaurant in LA! 24K Gold and Caviar on Everything!

Looking for the best sushi in Los Angeles? Rockstar Eater continues his 10-Part Sushi series, covering the best and most unique sushi restaurants in LA! This time, Steve is at Kaviar, which is an upscale sushi restaurant in Pasadena. Kaviar is one of the most elevated sushi dining experiences you can have in Los Angeles. This restaurant is a fusion between modern and traditional flavors and recipes in an atmosphere that is a mixture between restaurant, lounge, and museum. What this restaurant is known for is the amount of caviar and 24k gold flakes you will find on many of their dishes, including the toro tartare and Bluefin tuna. It’s really a millionaire’s sushi meal!

4 people fall off California cliff; 1 dead and 2 badly hurt

Four people fell off a Southern California ocean cliff before dawn Monday and a man was killed and two women were critically injured, authorities said. The fourth person, a man who suffered minor injuries, managed to climb back up from the beach below and alert a passing officer at about 4:30 a.m., said Capt. Steve Barber of the Palos Verdes Estates Police Department. A 25-year-old man from Los Angeles died at the scene, Barber said. Two women were airlifted from the beach and each hospitalized in critical condition, he said. TV news helicopters showed a Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter hoisting one...

Landmark Theater Official Closes on Pico

The Landmark Theater on Pico Boulevard in Westwood has officially closed. The company announced the closure on May 11, saying it was unable to reach lease terms for the space located at 10850 Pico Boulevard. “For months, we’ve worked to extend our tenancy of The Landmark Pico but have been...

Culver City Man Robbed at Gunpoint While in Garage

Culver City police have arrested a man for the armed robbery of a person who was in their garage recently. According to the Culver City Police Department, on May 10 around 12:30 a.m., an armed robbery occurred on the 5000 block of Timberlake Terrace. “The victim was inside of his...

Mar Vista Man Accused of Hoarding Bunnies in Backyard

Hundreds of rabbits remain in the backyard of local man. Animal rights activists accuse a Mar Vista man of hoarding bunnies in his backyard. As reported by Fox 11, Joseph Franco of Mar Vista has hundreds of bunnies in his backyard. According to Franco, his backyard used to be an herb garden before he took on the bunnies as a favor.

Thousands Fill the Open Streets on Sunday May 1, (Photo Essay)

Editor’s Note: This article was first published in our 2022 May Print edition. Five miles of streets were filled with thousands of people on foot, bike, skate, and all manner of wheeled devices in the cities of San Gabriel, Alhambra, and South Pasadena on Sunday, May 1st when 626 Golden Streets returned to town after a three year hiatus.
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Bernard Arthur te Velde

Bernard Arthur te Velde was born March 2, 1936 in Artesia, CA and passed away peacefully at home in Visalia, CA on May 15, 2022 after a long battle with multiple myeloma. He was the 3rd child of George te Velde and Johanna Van Leeuwen. He had one sister, Catherine Dirkse and 4 brothers Ralph (deceased), Jay, George, and Henry.