Results tagged “Joanna Clay”

This Woman's Been Covering LA In Epic Balloon Creations

If you live in Los Angeles, you might not have heard of Geronimo Balloons, but you probably recognize their work — like the thousands of multicolored balloons that once covered the Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic in Silver Lake, or that colorful sprouting on the side of the Broad.

Metro To Unveil Huge Project Wishlist, Including Sepulveda Pass Tunnel

Metro has big plans for the future of Los Angeles transit.

'Dog Whisperer' Cesar Millan Being Investigated For Reported Animal Cruelty

Authorities want to question Millan after a dog bit a pig in a recent episode of 'Cesar 911.'

Brentwood Residents Want Homebuilder Punished For Cutting Down Protected Trees

"To willfully cut a tree like that, that gorgeous specimen... is a criminal act."

Sacha Baron Cohen 'Endorses' 'Donald Julio Trump' At Movie Premiere

"Initially I was going to endorse that crazy, liberal socialist, Ted Cruz."

Knife Reportedly Found Buried On Former O.J. Simpson Estate Being Tested By LAPD

The buck knife was found by a construction worker razing the site and handed to an off-duty police officer.

Egyptian Student Who Threatened Trump On Facebook Agrees To Leave U.S.

"He made a mistake he regrets. He will regret it for a long, long time."

CicLAvia Is Coming To The Valley On Sunday

CicLAvia will be in Pacoima, Artleta, North Hills East and Panorama City this weekend.

Jennifer Garner Dishes On Break Up With Ben Affleck In Revealing Interview

Jennifer Garner spills the beans on her marriage and moving on in the March issue of "Vanity Fair."

Get Your Gas Now, It Could Jump 30 Cents A Gallon Next Week

It might be time to dig out that Costco card, because gas prices are expected to go up.

Inmate Firefighter Dies After Being Hit By Boulder Fighting Malibu Fire

A 22-year-old female inmate firefighter has died after being injured by a boulder on Thursday.