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  • EVERY DAY, EVERY WAY: HELP OUR HEROES SOLDIERS ANGELS

    Gayle Anderson was live in Pasadena with members of the SOLDIERS' ANGELS organization founded in 2003. SOLDIERS' ANGELS is a nonprofit, tax-exempt public charity that provides aid and comfort to America's active duty service members, veterans, wounded...
  • 1 dead, 5 injured in Camp Pendleton helicopter crash

    1 dead, 5 injured in Camp Pendleton helicopter crash
    CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. --One Marine died and five others were injured Wednesday when a helicopter crashed during training at Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps. officials said late Wednesday.  The Bell UH-1Y Huey chopper went down at about  noon  in a northern...
  • Cardinal Roger Mahony Hands Over Control of L.A. Archdiocese

    Cardinal Roger Mahony Hands Over Control of L.A. Archdiocese
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese has a new archbishop. Cardinal Roger Mahony got a standing ovation Sunday, after leading his final Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. Mahony turned over control of the...
  • FDA tests find listeria bacteria at San Antonio plant closed Oct. 20 over celery concerns

    FDA tests find listeria bacteria at San Antonio plant closed Oct. 20 over celery concerns
    SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Testing done by the federal government on a San Antonio produce processing plant closed after contaminated celery was linked to four deaths came up positive for the foodborne pathogen listeria. The Food and Drug Administration on...
  • L.A. Housekeepers File Complaints Against Hyatt

    L.A. Housekeepers File Complaints Against Hyatt
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Union housekeepers in eight cities, including Los Angeles, filed injury complaints against Hyatt Hotels Corp accusing the corporation of over-working its hotel staff. However, Hyatt officials called the filing a 'union ploy to...
  • Congratulations: Residents' work displayed in art society's show

    Local residents who are members of the Pasadena Society of Artists are featured in an art show called the Artist Choice Exhibition at the Citibank Silver Lake Branch, 2450 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles. They are Robin Cohen, Francis Robin Cohen, Victor...
  • Decorated Marine killed in chopper

    Decorated Marine killed in chopper
    SAN DIEGO -- Authorities released the name Thursday of a 25-year-old Marine killed in a Camp Pendleton helicopter crash that also injured five others aboard the military aircraft. Sgt. Trevor Cook of Orleans, N.Y., was fatally injured when the Miramar-...
  • Marine Sergeant Jonathon Blank discusses recovery

    Marine Sergeant Jonathon Blank discusses recovery
    The next week and a half, Marine Sergeant Jonathon Blank can sleep in his own bed in his own home in Augusta. "It feels great to take a break now and then just to get back home and get back to your friends and family and see everybody," he said. He is...
  • In San Antonio, a Focus on Land Conservation

    In San Antonio, a Focus on Land Conservation
    The Texas Tribune HONDO — From Marcy G. Rothe’s hillside home, she can see oaks and grasses and a creek bed spread out, looking much the same as when her grandfather first arrived here in the 1920s. In June, she sold a conservation easement...
  • Local Toyota dealer reacts to quake & tsunami in Japan

    Local Toyota dealer reacts to quake & tsunami in Japan
    One of the companies hit hardest by the quake and tsunami in Japan, is Toyota. Some of the manufacturer's inventory was washed away by the waves, and auto parts suppliers in the country were shut down for days. But local dealers are staying positive....
  • Census: Hispanic Population Passes 50 Million, White Population Falls

    Census: Hispanic Population Passes 50 Million, White Population Falls
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The growing Hispanic population in the United States has reached a new milestone, topping 50 million, or 16.3% of the nation, officially solidifying its position as the country's second-largest group, U.S. Census Bureau officials...
  • Fans Cheer on KU in San Antonio!

    Fans Cheer on KU in San Antonio!
    Jayhawk fans support their basketball team! Fans made the trip to San Antonio to cheer on the Kansas Jayhawks as they try to make it to the Final Four! Check out how fans are celebrating KU's big win over Richmond.