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A large black bear went on a midnight stroll through a neighborhood in the foothills of Los Angeles County. The bear was first spotted at Franklin Street and Lowell Avenue in Glendale. The animal was seen in the parking lot of "Do It Center" in a busy...
Authorities are canvassing a North Glendale neighborhood with warning notices after a mountain lion scaled a 6-foot backyard fence early Monday and killed a Chihuahua. The mountain lion, described as being at least 150 pounds, hopped a gate at about 1 a....
Motorists and cyclists gathered by the dozen on Friday morning to be among the first in more than a year to travel a scenic stretch of Angeles Crest Highway that was closed after sustaining heavy damage following fire and rain. The steep, winding roadway...
Tags: Commuting, Forests, Travel, Motorcycling, Murder
Some people volunteer in hospitals or libraries, but others babysit escape artist orangutans and dig worms for hungry foxes. The Los Angeles Zoo enlists 800 volunteers from high school teens to retirees throughout the Los Angeles area, many of whom live...
Thousands of Cub and Boy Scouts learned practical skills while having fun at this weekend's Centennial Council Jamboree at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas. The event was a joint effort between the San Gabriel Valley and Verdugo Hills councils...
PASADENA — Rep. Adam Schiff on Friday announced the start of the long-awaited study of the region's hillsides, which could lead to federal protection of the local area. The announcement was a major milestone for Schiff (D-Burbank), who began...
While news of BP's efforts to cap the oil gusher in the Gulf Coast continued to make headlines last week, 11th-graders at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy were busy Thursday afternoon raising more than $3,000 for wildlife rescue efforts. The carnival-...
Three dogs left outside an abandoned foreclosed home for weeks were rescued Tuesday after shelter operators said the pack was vulnerable to predators and starvation. The dogs were left without food or water, but a Good Samaritan appeared to have taken...
Tags: Foreclosures, Pets, Los Angeles, Dog (animal), Natural Resources
LA CRESCENTA — Summer heat and charred hillsides have prompted the tell-tale signs of wildlife coming down into urban neighborhoods for respite and food. Bears, bobcats, deer and coyotes have been spotted recently in backyards and on neighborhood...
GLENDALE — All three dogs that were found abandoned in a foreclosed north Glendale home last month have not found new families yet, officials said. All the dogs are in good health after being abandoned for weeks at a home on Delisle Court off...
The movement to force the labeling of genetically engineered food is gaining momentum. In November 2012, an initiative to require the labels in California was on the ballot; it was defeated. Now, federal legislation carried by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif....
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