California Cooking with Jessica Holmes, Episode 158.
With mortgage rates finally easing, many California cities are expected to see home sales rebound significantly next year, according to a new forecast from Realtor.com. Story: https://ktla.com/news/california/home-sales-are-expected-to-soar-next-year-in-these-california-cities/
Gunfire erupted inside a home near the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday morning when a man shot his neighbor after that neighbor forced his way into his home and refused to leave, authorities said. Officers responded to the 2200 block of Chelan Place just before 11 a.m. on reports of an assault with a deadly weapon.
According to Los Angeles police, the neighbor was undergoing some type of mental “episode” when he first shattered the back window of a Porsche and then forced his way into his neighbor’s home. “He was asked to leave and when he refused the homeowner retrieved a firearm [and] shot the suspect,” said LAPD Officer Charles Miller.
KTLA's Mary Beth McDade reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
PlayStation users were left in the lurch this week after being notified that more than 1300 seasons of Discovery shows they purchased will be deleted at the end of the year. Shows leave streaming services all the time, but rarely do shows that users have paid for to view on demand ever just stop working. Sony says it's because of a licensing dispute between the companies. KTLA's Andy Riesmeyer reports.
24 Hours after the teaser trailer for Grand Theft Auto: VI dropped fans are still picking it apart for clues, easter eggs and more. Like the games that came before it, Rockstar's newest edition of the GTA series includes moments inspired by real-life stories. Here are a few eagle eyed fans picked up on, with more than a few doses of Florida men (and women) to whet the whistle. KTLA's Andy Riesmeyer reports.
Like other expenses in 2023, the average cost of a date in America is a up there. Across the country, couples should expect to pay nearly $200 for a night out. Men and women have different expectations of costs. KTLA simp Andy Riesmeyer reports.
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A recent story by SF Gate outlines a change in the food landscape in LA: vegan restaurants are putting meat on the menu. Despite the conventional wisdom that L.A. is a haven for Vegans, some restaurant owners say serving only vegan options is too limiting and hurts their business. A Gallup poll done this year found that only 1% of Americans identify as vegan. Many have closed this year, but whether it has to do with their vegan dishes or because the lack of perceived health benefit compared to their fast food offerings is still up for debate. KTLA's meat eater Andy Riesmeyer reports. Live, local news from L.A.'s Very Own KTLA
As Southern Californians are prepping for the holidays and decorating the exteriors of their homes, thieves targeting a Moreno Valley neighborhood remain at large. On Dec. 1 at around 4:30 a.m., Alexandra Falcon’s surveillance video caught at least two suspects trespassing on her property on Calle Vejar.
“A group of guys were on my lawn and on my neighbors as well and they had unplugged from the extension chord two of our inflatables,” Falcon said. The woman’s security cameras captured at least two people stealing Christmas decorations from the homes on her street. Video from Falcon and her neighbor across the street shows a man approaching Falcon's home, then walking away. Minutes later, he returns to grab the holiday inflatables from her front lawn and calmly walks away.
KTLA's Shelby Nelson reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
A recent payroll analysis of people employed by the city of Los Angeles found that nearly 64% of workers live outside of L.A. proper, resulting in $3.6 billion exiting the city last year, officials announced Monday. Details: https://ktla.com/news/local-news/3-6-billion-in-l-a-employee-payroll-goes-to-workers-who-live-outside-city-report-shows/
For the second time in two days, a student reportedly brought a gun onto the campus of Redondo Union High School.
Rachel Menitoff reports for the KTLA 5 News at 4 on Dec. 5, 2023.
Gunfire erupted inside a home near the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday morning when a man shot his neighbor after that neighbor forced his way into his home, authorities said. KTLA's Mary Beth McDade reports. Dec. 5, 2023.
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A $14 million project is underway to replenish sand lost to erosion along Orange County's coastline. KTLA's Chip Yost reports. Dec. 5, 2023.