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‘Supercharge’ Storm Bringing Heavy Rainfall To Southland

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A powerful Pacific storm system was bringing moderate to heavy rain to the Southland Monday, along with gusty winds and cooler temperatures. The Supercharge storm began slowly moving into Southern California early Monday morning. It was first hitting Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, where evacuation orders were in place for the Alisal Fire burn area. The main front was expected to make its way into the Southland by 1 p.m. Monday, bringing heavy rainfall to Los Angeles and the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys. Anywhere from 0.5 inches to 1.5 inches of rain are possible, according to the...
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3 of the most dangerous risks of living in Los Angeles County, CA

For better optimization and an Interactive reading experience,Download the NewsBreak App. West view of Pacific Ocean from Venice Beach, LA.Photo by Mat Weller on Unsplash. Los Angeles County is a place full of glamour, art, beaches, and other things that are rarely found together anywhere else in the world. The pleasant weather and beautiful landscapes attract visitors from all over the world, who come to be amazed while enjoying one of the most diverse cuisine experiences. Many people across the country and the world desire to live in the county and even those who criticize are mostly unable to find a replacement that can provide a similar thrill and excitement that Los Angeles County does.
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SGV high school football Top 20: Glendora on top heading into Week 10

1. Glendora (9-0) Glendora is going to finish the regular season with a perfect record and win the Citrus 4 League title outright as it shouldn’t have any trouble against winless South Hills (0-9) on Friday. All that is left to find out is what playoff division the Tartans will play in; they appear headed for Division 3, possibly Division 4. The Tartans answered every bell this season and deserve top billing.

Baldwin was practicing drawing gun when he fired fatal shot: director

Alec Baldwin was practicing drawing his gun from his holster and pointing it at the camera when he fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie "Rust," the director said in a search-warrant affidavit. The 63-year-old Baldwin was "sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw," director Joel Souza said, "pointing the revolver towards the camera lens." Souza told investigators in the affidavit released by the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office that he was looking over Hutchins' shoulder "when he heard what sounded like a whip and then loud pop." The director said he remembered the 42-year-old Hutchins "complaining about her stomach and grabbing her midsection."

Report: Alec Baldwin Was Practicing Holstering His Prop Gun When He Shot, Killed Halyna Hutchins

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Actor Alec Baldwin was practicing unholstering his prop gun when he fired it and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the Western film “Rust” last week in New Mexico, according to a search warrant obtained by the Los Angeles Times. A bouquet of flowers hung on a barb wire near Bonanza Creek Ranch where actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on movie set and killed cinematographer Halyn Hutchin, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Oct. 24, 2021. (Getty Images) According to the affidavit, the 63-year-old actor was rehearsing removing the gun from its holster and aiming...

City Garbage Truck Catches on Fire in Downtown

Approximately around 12:00 pm Friday afternoon the contents inside of a Santa Monica City garbage truck caught on fire in the back of the truck where the trash is, spreading quickly. The driver notified the city's 911 system about the fire and the Santa Monica Fire Department (SMFD) alongside the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) responded to the fire, the fire department responded to the scene with an engine company, one truck company, one Light/Air rescue vehicle, and a battalion chief. Upon those units' arrival, the contents inside of the truck were in the middle of the street, according to Santa Monica Fire Department Battalion Chief Jeff Connor, the driver did this in line with protocol to prevent the diesel-fueled truck from catching fire. It took approximately 1 hour and 36 minutes for 11 firefighters to knock down the fire. Fire crews were on scene for 2 hours to help clean up the street as well as to put out any hotspots. Vehicle and pedestrian traffic was shut down in the area until the debris in the roadway was cleared and deemed safe for pedestrians and vehicles to travel through the area. Around 2:00 in the afternoon the area was cleared and opened to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The SMFD cleared the scene around 2:15 pm.
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America’s Supply Chain Collides With California’s Nimbyism

It could be the tweetstorm that saves Christmas. Last Thursday, Ryan Petersen, the chief executive of logistics company Flexport, rented a boat to get a close look at what was happening at the port of Long Beach, California. Friday, he took to Twitter to report what he’d learned about why two of the nation’s largest ports — Long Beach and Los Angeles — have come to a virtual standstill.

Celebrity Stylist Law Roach Infused His Los Angeles Home with Color and Pattern During the Pandemic

Being cooped up at home during the pandemic made celebrity stylist Law Roach rethink his design aesthetic. “At first, I wanted the entire house to be gray: gray furniture, gray cabinetry, gray everything,” Roach, who is known for dressing Zendaya and a variety of other A-listers, told Architectural Digest. “But being cooped up here, day in and day out, it just became depressing.”

VIDEO: Bear crashes wedding, unfazed guest continues eating dinner

NUEVO LEÓN, Mexico - A video going viral on TikTok shows a bear-y unusual wedding crasher at a reception held over the weekend in Mexico. The video shows a young black bear with its paws on a reception table before it turns, knocking over a chair and meandering towards the exit. You can hear people banging on pots and pans in an attempt to scare away the bear. The bear walks past another reception table on its way towards the exit behind a wedding guest, who seemed unfazed by the fairly large mammal and continued to eat his dinner.

10 Best Restaurants in Downtown Los Angeles

The host Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) gives you the lowdown on the 10 Best Restaurants in Downtown Los Angeles! Downtown LA has been developing rapidly in the last decade, and with this revival comes new restaurants, some of the best in the city. With so many places to choose from in the Downtown area, the question: Where should I go? What are the best places to eat in the area? Steve covers everything from Otium to H&H Brazilian Steakhouse. Thanks for watching! Please FOLLOW my page to see other great food adventures and suggestions!