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  • Sunday is Last Day to View Rose Parade Floats

    Sunday is Last Day to View Rose Parade Floats
    PASADENA, Calif. ( KTLA) -- The 122nd Rose Parade may be over, but the spectacular floats are still around, and you can get a close-up look at them all weekend long. All 47 floats are on display along Sierra Madre Boulevard at Washington Boulevard,...
  • Singer Christina Aguilera Detained for Public Intoxication

    Singer Christina Aguilera Detained for Public Intoxication
    WEST HOLLYWOOD (KTLA) -- Singer Christina Aguilera was detained in West Hollywood early Tuesday for public intoxication, and her boyfriend was arrested on suspicion of DUI. Aguilera, 30, was a passenger in a car that was pulled over in the 1100 block...
  • Bronx Zoo Cobra Gets Official Name

    Bronx Zoo Cobra Gets Official Name
    NEW YORK -- The Egyptian cobra that turned into a media darling after its escape and subsequent capture at the Bronx Zoo was named "Mia" on Thursday after a public vote. The name is a play off the days when it was "missing in action." The Bronx Zoo and...
  • $100K Reward Offered for El Camino High School Gunman

    $100K Reward Offered for El Camino High School Gunman
    WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. (KTLA) -- A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man who shot and wounded a LAUSD police officer outside El Camino High School in Woodland Hills. City Councilman Dennis Zine...
  • Cargill Expands Ground Turkey Recall, No Illnesses Linked

    Cargill Expands Ground Turkey Recall, No Illnesses Linked
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA ) -- Minnesota-based Cargill Inc. has expanded a recall of ground turkey after more batches tested positive for Salmonella. Cargill issued a voluntary recall of over 185,000 pounds of ground turkey Sunday after a test sample at an...
  • Laguna Beach Starts Cleaning Up After the Storms

    Laguna Beach Starts Cleaning Up After the Storms
    LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- While crews in Laguna Beach work feverishly to clear the roads of debris and mud left behind by a week's worth of rainstorms, officials are warning residents of contaminated water and fouled beaches. The rain washed trash,...
  • White House Fence Jumper Previously Ordered to Stay Away

    White House Fence Jumper Previously Ordered to Stay Away
    WASHINGTON -- A man who jumped the White House fence on Tuesday was apprehended by uniformed Secret Service officers who approached him with guns drawn. The intruder has been identified as 41-year old James Durk Crudup. According to the Secret Service,...
  • Suspected Drunk Driver in Deadly Ocotillo Crash Released

    Suspected Drunk Driver in Deadly Ocotillo Crash Released
    OCOTILLO -- The driver of a car that swerved into a group of motorcyclists, killing five people, has been released from custody while the search continues for a second driver accused of triggering the fatal crash, authorities said. The crash happened...
  • Coroner: Ohio Women, Boy Stabbed to Death, Dismembered

    Coroner: Ohio Women, Boy Stabbed to Death, Dismembered
    MOUNT VERNON, Ohio -- Two women and an 11-year-old boy were stabbed to death and dismembered before their remains were put in garbage bags and lowered into a hollow tree, a coroner said Saturday, the latest gruesome details of the murders that have...
  • Second Fire Breaks Out At Dodger Stadium

    Second Fire Breaks Out At Dodger Stadium
    ELYSIAN PARK (KTLA) -- After a fire broke out in a Dodger Stadium stairwell Saturday evening, a second fire broke out early Monday morning in the same area, Los Angeles Fire Department officials said. According to officials, the second, smaller blaze...
  • Black Friday Shoppers Pack SoCal Malls

    Black Friday Shoppers Pack SoCal Malls
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Black Friday shoppers flocked to Southern California malls, seeking big deals. Some headed out before dawn while others got a head start on Thanksgiving. Many stores opened their doors at midnight or in the early morning hours...
  • Rare Lunar Eclipse Turns Moon Bright Red

    Rare Lunar Eclipse Turns Moon Bright Red
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- A total lunar eclipse took place early Saturday morning, making the moon appear and bright red. People in the western United States and Canada had a great view of the eclipse if the skies were clear. The earliest stages of...