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California Dubbed Fourth-Worst State to Drive in: Report

This probably comes as absolutely no surprise to drivers in the Golden State. California has been named the fourth-worst state to drive in, according to WalletHub’s 2020 breakdown of the best an...

  • Irwindale Jan 21

    Man Accused of Driving Drunk Going Over 100 mph and Injuring Infant in Irwindale Crash

    A man is in custody Monday for allegedly injuring multiple people, including an infant, while driving under the influence in Irwindale. Eric Vargas of Baldwin Park, 28, was allegedly driving over 100 mph before he crashed his vehicle at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday while driving eastbound on Live Oak Avenue at the on-ramp of the southbound San Gabriel Ri...
  • Animal cruelty Jan 20

    $5,000 Reward Offered to Find Person Who Set Illegal Trap That Killed Raccoon

    A reward was increased Friday to $5,000 for information leading to whoever placed an illegal foothold trap that led to the death of a raccoon in the Santa Clarita area. Wildlife Emergency Services offered a $1,000 reward on Thursday, andPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals chipped in $4,000. Wildlife Emergency Services circulated a...
  • LA Zoo Jan 20

    Endangered Western Lowland Gorilla Born at Los Angeles Zoo

    A baby gorilla was born Saturday at the Los Angeles Zoo. The critically endangered western lowland gorilla was the first gorilla to be born at the zoo in more than two decades, zookeepers announced Sunday. The baby, born Saturday morning, remained behind the scenes at of the zoo’s Campo Gorilla Reserve to bond with its mother, 25-year-old gor...
  • lax Jan 20

    Panic at LAX After Man Causes Gun Scare

    A man yelled “That man’s got a gun” at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday, causing panic and leading to an arrest, NBC News reported. The incident took place at Terminal 6 and the terminal was back to normal operations soon after the gun scare, according to LAX Airport Police. One person was arrested but no gun was found, po...
  • West hollywood Jan 20

    West Hollywood Hosts Cannabis Wedding Expo

    A host of brands gathered to hold the 3rd Cannabis Wedding Expo in West Hollywood Sunday. The unique expo was held at the Andaz Hotel and featured cannabis-inspired takes on traditional wedding items, including bouquet art installations with cannabis themes and designer wedding dresses.

  • Santa Anita Jan 20

    Third Horse Dies in 3 Days at Santa Anita Park

    Three horses have died in three days at Santa Anita Park while animal rights activists continue to push for a nationwide ban on racing. Santa Anita officials confirmed the death of the horse, which had been in an off-track training exercise Sunday morning. California Horse Racing Board spokesperson Mike Martin said the horse named Tikkun Olam suffe...
  • Lake Elsinore Jan 20

    49 Arrested Following Quality of Life Complaints in Wildomar and Lake Elsinore

    An enforcement operation focused on “quality of life” issues, such as property crime and nuisances, resulted in the arrest of 49 people in Lake Elsinore and Wildomar, sheriff’s officials said Sunday. Suspects were arrested from Jan. 8 through Jan. 17 and were accused ofvarious misdemeanor offenses, including trespassing, possessio...
  • San Bernardino Jan 20

    Two Semi-Trucks Collide and Catch Fire, At Least Two Dead

    Two semi-trucks collided then caught fire Sunday morning, leaving at least two people dead, authorities said. At least two semi-trucks were involved in a collusion on SB 15 Fwy near Hodge Road, San Bernardino County Fire said. It is unknown if other vehicles were involved. One of the semis was carrying hazardous chemicals, authorities said. Picture...
  • crime Jan 20

    Two More Bodies Found On Property Owned By Missing Garden Grove Couple

    The State Attorney General’s Office said Saturday that two more bodies were found in the Tijuana house where the alleged bodies of a Garden Grove couple were found. Tijuana authorities reported Friday that they found two bodies buried in a house, believed to be María López, 65, and Jesús Guillén, 70. The couple was last seen in Tijuana after....
  • Big Bear Jan 19

    Family Saved In Icy Big Bear Lake Rescue

    A family of three was rescued after falling through the icy surface of Big Bear Lake Saturday, according to deputies. A mother, father and daughter were walking on the ice of Big Bear Lake when they fell through the ice into the freezing water, according to San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. One witness said people around the lake tr...
  • SAG Awards Jan 19

    Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger Look to Solidify Oscar Front-Runner Status at SAG Awards

    Joaquin Phoenix and Renee Zellweger will look to solidify their Oscar chances Sunday night when the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards are presented at the Shrine Auditorium, with Brad Pitt and Laura Dern also hoping to cement their front-running status for supporting roles. Phoenix appears to be the man to beat in the lead-actor category for h...
  • homelessness Jan 18

    Kaiser, Blue Shield Pledge $45M to California Housing Fund

    Hospital giant Kaiser Permanente and insurer Blue Shield of California on Friday pledged $45 million to a new state fund aimed at getting people off the streets. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order last week creating what he proposes to be a $750 million fund that could be used to pay rents, subsidize affordable housing or help board and&#8...
  • Santa Anita Jan 19

    2 Racehorses Die in 2 Days at Santa Anita

    Another racehorse died Saturday after breaking an ankle at Santa Anita Park, one day after a 5-year-old gelding was euthanized after fracturing his right front ankle at the Arcadia track. Saturday’s death of Uncontainable is at least the 41st horse death at Santa Anita since December 2018. The 4-year-old gelding was entered in Saturday’...
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