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Driver Taken Into Custody After Pursuit Through Whittier

A driver is in custody after leading the Norwalk Sheriffs deputies on a pursuit through Whittier Friday night. The driver was seen speeding through narrow streets with smoke coming out of the tires. It appeared that the vehicle was missing at least one tire. The driver of the vehicle then...
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Charming Atwater Village Spanish

Https:// Nestled in the heart of Atwater Village sits a picture-perfect home that offers Old World Spanish charm combined with comfort choices to fit a modern lifestyle. Enter to find a well-appointed living room designed around a spectacular Batcheldor fireplace. Beyond the formal living room, you’ll enjoy an open concept...
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Basketball roundup: Harvard-Westlake set for tournament final Saturday night

PASADENA – The Harvard-Westlake boys basketball team will face off with Cajon in the Rose City Roundball Classic final at Maranatha High Saturday night at 8 p.m. No. 2 Harvard-Westlake beat South Pasadena 78-42 in the semifinal thanks to 20 points from Cameron Thrower and 14 from Brady Dunlap. No.8-ranked...

USC vs. California prediction, odds, pick, and more

The USC Trojans are set to face the California Golden Bears this weekend. Check out our college football odds series, which includes our USC-California prediction, odds, and pick. This is a game being made up from its originally scheduled date on Nov. 13. There was a COVID-19 complication involving the...

Six-Story Palms Development Given Green Light

Geneva@Hughes North would bring 43 apartments to Palms. A new apartment development called Geneva@Hughes North has been approved by the Los Angeles City Planning Department. The apartment project would be located in the Palms area and is a development from Geneva Street Partners that will be a six story building with 43 apartments available for rent. The site is located at 3521 to 3537 S. Hughes Avenue will replace four structures that only contained six total units. The midrise development will boast 14 one bedroom apartments, 20 two bedrooms, and nine three bedroom apartments.

Josie Totah is the secret weapon of Peacock's Saved by the Bell reboot

"One of the biggest gems among the countless streaming TV shows that have debuted in the past couple of years is the Saved by the Bell reboot," says Esther Zuckerman. "What at first seemed like a crass attempt to capitalize on millennial nostalgia for Peacock's launch, revealed itself to be something far more wonderful and stranger than that. The new Saved by the Bell, developed by Tracey Wigfield, is like a reflective commentary on the original as well as a successor to 30 Rock, where Wigfield cut her teeth, complete with viciously funny insider gags. (There's a joke at the expense of Joss Whedon in the second season that's absolutely devastating. James Corden should also be scared.) If the show has a secret weapon it's Josie Totah as the gloriously self-involved Lexi, a rich girl on her way to becoming slightly more vulnerable and less self-obsessed. Lexi wears dresses with eyeballs, and has her own reality show. She only wears heels because she has 'Barbie feet' and will tip over if she doesn't." Totah, who expanded her producing duties to become a writer on the show, says: "Lexi is just like always on 10. She's psychotic." Totah adds: "She is trans and we don't want to ignore that. Then we wouldn't be recognizing her, we would just be tokenizing her. She is also so many other things. This was just an episode to explore something that trans people deal with on a daily basis especially with the amount of traumatic things in our community. I'm glad that we got to comment on it in a way that is lighthearted. Episode 5 is a really funny episode in my opinion, and not just because I'm in most of it."

Chino Creek to undergo emergency pipeline repair

Health and safety concerns have prompted the City of Chino to conduct an emergency road repair on a segment of Pine Avenue at Chino Creek. On Tuesday, the Chino City Council granted a $336,660 construction contract to Wright Construction Engineering Corp. for the repair, which includes removing a 96-inch metal pipe and debris from the Chino Creek and adding two new 96-inch pipes within the stream and a backfill of cement to secure the section.