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Los Angeles Fire Department investigates garment district blaze

Officials with the Los Angeles Fire Department are calling a blaze at a business in the city's garment district suspicious.

Police begin making arrests as Ferguson protests continue in LA

Police began detaining protesters Friday in the Westlake area of Los Angeles on the fifth night of protests over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.

Hogan leads Stanford's 31-10 upset of No. 9 UCLA

UCLA's hopes for the Pac-12 South title and a College Football Playoff spot were crushed Friday when they were defeated 31-10 by Stanford.

Bob Baker, legendary puppeteer, dead at 90

The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, which Baker founded in 1963 with his partner Alton Wood, entertained generations of children and adults with its wooden puppets.

PCH water main break: Crews still working to restore service to 100 homes in Malibu

Repair crews were still working Friday to restore service to 100 homes after a water main break on Thanksgiving left a gaping sinkhole on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.

Event marks 16 years of giving to the needy on Thanksgiving

Volunteers packed donated food and clothing into packages to be delivered to the homeless this Thanksgiving in Santa Monica and Echo Park.

Thousands participate in Torrance Turkey Trot

Around 4,500 people participated in the 35th Annual Harry Sutter Memorial Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Fun Run in Torrance Thursday.

Ferguson: LA protesters block 101 freeway (updated)

Groups of protesters made their way to Leimert Park, Beverly Hills and LAPD headquarters. More protests have been planned for Tuesday.

LA considering law requiring gun owners to lock up weapons

Supporters say the ordinance would fill a gap in state law that requires guns to come with safety locks but doesn't require owners to actually use them.

Lawsuits claim Costa Mesa driving out sober homes

The lawsuits say city ordinances unfairly restrict sober-living group homes for addicts, who are considered disabled and protected under state and federal law.

Thanksgiving traffic worst in LA: 6 tips for hassle-free travel

While you might have a lot to be thankful for this holiday weekend, save the biggest pats on the back for yourself if you didn't have to drive around. AAA offers tips for getting around.

Water main break at LAX, restrooms back to normal

LAX tweeted that Terminal 2 was still without water as of noon Monday. It's bringing in porta-potties as a temporary solution.

California college students walk out of class to protest tuition hikes

The University of California system recently approved a 5 percent tuition hike, annually, for up to five years. Students at UC Berkeley have taken the lead in protesting the measure.

Red flag fire warnings in place for Southern California

Forecasters said high temperatures could reach into the lower 80s while the strongest wind gusts could reach up to 50 miles per hour.

1 dead, many injured in crash of bus heading from LA to Washington

One passenger was killed and many more were left injured Sunday after a bus headed from Southern California to Washington overturned on I-5, CHP officials said.

Monday wind gusts could hamper traffic in some areas

The National Weather Service said the winds are just strong enough to be a nuisance, but high temps throughout the week could make Thanksgiving a beach holiday.