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North Hollywood (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Laker Girl profile: Danielle a big fan of Crest strips

     
    This is the sixth post of a weekly series that helps you get to know the Laker Girls (who, by the way, officially go by one name only). Laker Girl name: Danielle Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky Years on the Laker Girls squad: 1 Area of Residence: North...
  • Boys' basketball: Zena Edosomwan comes through

     
    When North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake looks back on this season, Friday's Mission League showdown with Los Angeles Loyola will be remembered as the game 6-foot-8 junior Zena Edosomwan showed that he's a big-time player in the making. Edosomwan scored 26...
  • Boys' basketball: Dragovic fails to gain eligibility

     
    Danilo Dragovic, a 6-foot-5 senior who's the younger brother of former UCLA basketball player Nikola Dragovic, failed to convince a judge on Tuesday to grant him basketball eligibility this season after transferring to North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake....
  • Enjoying a holiday racket

    Enjoying a holiday racket
    BURBANK TENNIS CENTER — Since its opening 13 years ago, the Burbank Tennis Center has held its share of elite events. For a number of years the facility hosted a professional event that featured the likes of Andy Roddick, Andre Agassi and...
  • Political Landscape: Democrats reign in the area

    Today, Burbank and Glendale are Democratic Party territory. In Burbank, 45% of the 54,761 registered voters are Democrats, according to the Angeles County Registrar-Recorder County Clerk's Office. Of the remainder, 29% are Republican, 22% independent...
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    Actor Michael Muhney was initially up for the role of JD, but was told he wasn't quirky enough for the role. Sacred Heart Hospital is named after the school which Christa Miller, (wife of writer Bill Lawrence) attended. The teasers for the 2001 season...
  • In-Home Caregiver Accused of Molesting Autistic Boy

    In-Home Caregiver Accused of Molesting Autistic Boy
    LOS ANGELES -- Police are looking for additional victims after a man employed as an in-home caregiver was arrested for allegedly molesting an autistic child. Jeremy Shawn Stockton is charged with multiple counts of lewd acts against a child under the age...
  • Plants seized during pot bust

    Wednesday's unofficial pot smoking holiday, 4/20, was a bust for five people allegedly running a marijuana growing facility out of a warehouse in Burbank. Three men and two women were arrested by Burbank Police Department detectives conducting a multi-...
  • Aerosol Cans, Gun Found in Car That Slammed into Restaurant

    Aerosol Cans, Gun Found in Car That Slammed into Restaurant
    NORTH HOLLYWOOD -- Police say an intoxicated man crashed his speeding car through the plate-glass window of a North Hollywood restaurant and injured three people. It happened at Tom's Burgers, 5571 N. Cahuenga Blvd., at 11:36 a.m. Monday. The three...
  • Gayle on the Go: Weekend Events for the Weekend of June 4

    Here are the events and locations Gayle Anderson featured in Saturday's report: Preview Saturday, June 4 Auction Saturday, June 18 Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Auction and Preview Paley Center for Media 465 North Beverly Drive Beverly Hills 1-...
  • NoHo Teen Allegedly Raped, Suspect At Large

    NoHo Teen Allegedly Raped, Suspect At Large
    SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly kidnapped and raped a 14-year-old girl over the weekend. Detectives from the Newton Police Department say the victim met the suspect online and the two had been communicating...
  • Veterans' names etched in stone

    Nearly a century after James McCloud left Glendale’s Tropico neighborhood for Europe, the city on Monday will honor the World War I veteran by etching his name into marble at the Veterans Memorial outside City Hall. McCloud is one of 50 veterans to...