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  • Local Protesters Rally Against Proposed U.S. Military Action in Syria

    HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) — Dozens of protesters marched in the heart of Hollywood Sunday to demonstrate against proposed U.S. military intervention in Syria. Estimates of 100 people gathered at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue for the rally. The protest remained largely peaceful, police said. The demonstrators carried signs calling for peace and chanted, “Hands off Syria.” On the organizers’ Facebook page, a post read “We will rally on Sunday September 8th, the day before the U.S. congress […]

  • Anti-War Demonstrators Protest Proposed U.S. Military Strike in Syria

    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — At least 100 demonstrators marched to Pershing Square in Downtown Saturday to protest proposed U.S military action in Syria. The demonstration was organized by several groups, including ANSWER LA, Arab Americans 4 Syria, National Lawyers Guild – Los Angeles, and Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition. LAPD officers controlled traffic as the protesters marched through Downtown for about two hours. An attack on Syria would exacerbate the suffering of innocent citizens, according to people at the demonstration. […]

  • Rose Parade Floats Make Test Run in Irwindale

    IRWINDALE, Calif. (KTLA) — The 125th Tournament of Roses Parade is months away, but a handful of floats made their debut Saturday in Irwindale. Six floats designed and constructed by Fiesta Parade Floats made a test run along Avenida Padilla around 7 a.m. The test run allowed Tournament officials to check the mechanical and structural integrity of the floats before they are adorned with flowers, according to Fiesta Parade Floats. The public also had an opportunity to see a sampling […]

  • Teen Arrested in Deadly New Mexico Home Shooting

    ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — Three minors and two adults were killed at a home in southwest Albuquerque in a Saturday night shooting involving an assault rifle, the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department said Sunday. An unidentified teenager has been arrested on suspicion of murder and “child abuse resulting in death,” the Sheriff’s Department said in a statement. Each victim — a man, a woman, a boy and two girls — had been shot multiple times, authorities said. Their ages were not […]

  • Non-Fiction: Mother Gives Birth Inside Torrance Bookstore

    A mother who gave birth inside a Barnes & Noble bookstore at Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance on Friday will have quite a tale to tell her child one day. The Torrance Fire Department was called to the scene at about 7:30 p.m., finding a woman in labor at the bookstore, according to fire Capt. Steve Deuel. “It was a little bit chaotic when we arrived because a lot of the customers didn’t know what was happening. But mom […]

  • Escaped Florida Inmates Arrested in Panama City Motel

    Florida authorities arrested two convicted murderers Saturday evening who had been on the lam after being released from prison with forged documents, a state agency said. Charles Walker and Joseph Jenkins were taken into custody “without incident” at 6:40 p.m. at Panama City’s Coconut Grove Motor Inn, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said. Members of that agency and the U.S. Marshals Service found and detained the two men, the agency said. Authorities have been searching for Walker and Jenkins, […]

  • Surf Report: Ridable Swells for Orange County

    Jim Castillo has the surf report for Sunday, October 20, 2013.

  • Woman Gives Birth to Baby Boy in Torrance Bookstore – Christina Pascucci Reports

    A woman gave birth to a health baby boy at a Barnes and Noble bookstore in Torrance with the help of local firefighters. Christina Pascucci reports from Torrance for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Saturday, October 19, 2013.

  • Violin Played as Titanic Sank Sells for $1.7 Million at Auction

    A violin played by the Titanic’s bandleader as the ship sank sold at auction Saturday for more than $1.7 million, a UK-based auction house said. The price — 1.1 million British pounds, when adding the buyer’s premium and tax — is by far the highest ever fetched for memorabilia tied to the sunken passenger ship, according to veteran collector Craig Sopin. “This figure is going to be hard to beat,” said Sopin, who helped authenticate the fact the violin came […]

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