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  • Firefighter Injured in Studio Hills Fire

    Firefighter Injured in Studio Hills Fire
    STUDIO CITY ( KTLA) -- A Los Angeles firefighter was injured Tuesday while battling a stubborn structure fire at a home in the hills above Studio City. The firefighter was climbing a ladder to the second story of the home when the ladder collapsed. He...
  • New BevMo to open this week

    A dozen workers carted cases of beer, wine and liquor around as managers studied blueprints at a Brand Boulevard storefront recently as they prepared for the opening of a new BevMo. The store, at 200 S. Brand Blvd., is scheduled to open Friday, just in...
  • Gene Autry property sells for $5 million

    Gene Autry property sells for $5 million
    Update: The Gene Autry estate, built in 1949 by the cowboy singer-actor, has sold for $5 million. His widow, Jacqueline Autry, had donated the forested 3.68-acre property in Studio City to the Autry National Center of the American West. The two-story...
  • Fire Crews Scour Raging L.A. River for Possible Rescue Victim

    Fire Crews Scour Raging L.A. River for Possible Rescue Victim
    STUDIO CITY, Calif. (KTLA) -- Fire crews on Wednesday were scouring the Los Angeles River in the Studio City area for any signs of a person who may have fallen into the raging waters. Los Angeles city firefighters received a call shortly before 7:30 a.m....
  • Glendale fares relatively well in storm

    Glendale fares relatively well in storm
    GLENDALE — Other than a small backyard landslide, street flooding and fallen branches, Glendale fared relatively well compared to other Southland cities that were pummeled by a fierce storm on Wednesday. The overnight rainstorm caused a tree to...
  • 'Grumpy Old Man' on 'Seinfeld' Dies at Los Angeles Home

    'Grumpy Old Man' on 'Seinfeld' Dies at Los Angeles Home
    LOS ANGELES -- Character actor Bill Erwin, whose nearly seven-decade Hollywood career included his memorable role as the grumpy old man on television's "Seinfeld," has died. He was 96. Erwin, also known for his role as Arthur the bellman in the 1980...
  • Corbin Bernsen, Amanda Pays buy 75-year-old home in Valley Village

    Corbin Bernsen, Amanda Pays buy 75-year-old home in Valley Village
    Actor Corbin Bernsen and his wife, actress and interior designer Amanda Pays, have purchased a 1936 Tudor in Valley Village for $900,000. The home, which was on the market for the first time in more than 60 years, is in need of a complete renovation....
  • Big Rig Collides with Minivan on 101 Freeway, Creates Massive Traffic Tie-Up

    Big Rig Collides with Minivan on 101 Freeway, Creates Massive Traffic Tie-Up
    STUDIO CITY (KTLA) -- A big rig truck and a minivan collided on the eastbound Ventura (101) Freeway in Studio City early Tuesday, shutting down the freeway and creating a traffic tie-up that lasted for hours. According to witnesses, a big rig hauling two...
  • To smooth way, sellers paying for inspections

    Judy Mello wasn't looking forward to buying a new place to live, imagining a lengthy, complicated and perhaps stressful experience. "I figured it was going to drag on for months and months," she says. "But it wasn't like that at all." In fact, it took...
  • 'Banjo Fred' Starner dies at 72; folk singer documented hobo music and culture

    'Banjo Fred' Starner dies at 72; folk singer documented hobo music and culture
    'Banjo Fred" Starner, an economics professor and banjo-playing folk singer who documented hobo music and culture, has died. He was 72. Starner, of Winnetka, died Oct. 25 at a West Hills rehabilitation facility of complications from pneumonia and the...
  • Si Frumkin dies at 78; Dachau survivor worked tirelessly to assist Soviet Jews

    Si Frumkin dies at 78; Dachau survivor worked tirelessly to assist Soviet Jews
    In the late 1960s, as reports of repression of Soviet Jews began to increase, a question began filtering to the West: "Why have you forgotten us?" Si Frumkin, a survivor of Dachau and a prominent Los Angeles textile manufacturer, heard the question and...
  • Elmer Valentine, co-founder of Whisky a Go Go, dies at 85

    Elmer Valentine, co-founder of the Whisky a Go Go, the legendary live rock showcase on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood that gave birth to the go-go dancer phenomenon of the 1960s, has died. He was 85. Valentine, who also co-founded the Roxy Theatre in...