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Paul Ryan Went To Universal Studios And All We Got Was This 30-Second Clip

The Speaker of the House is kicking off his two-week spring break at the SoCal theme park.

Brett Ratner Options Hugh Hefner's Life Rights For Playboy Flick

Ratner was attached to a similar Hefner project in 2007.

'Gangsta Gardener' Ron Finley Fights To Save His Garden From Eviction

Finley began his garden in 2010 to combat the "food desert" in his South Los Angeles neighborhood.

Tyler Wells, Handsome Roasters Co-Founder, To Open Coffee Shop In Downtown Next Week

Wells has also been tied to The Wheelhouse coffee shop in the Arts District, Civil Coffee in Highland Park, and Superba in Venice.

ICYMI: Arizona High Schooler Asks Emma Stone To Prom With 'La La Land'-Inspired Video

Plus, an Arizona high schooler's bid to take Emma Stone to prom, scientists are hoping to glimpse beyond the event horizon, and much more!

The Best 24-Hour Restaurants In Los Angeles

Where hard-boiled Angelenos find hard-boiled eggs 24-hours a day.

Santa Ana Saw A 183% Rise In Shootings Between 2013 And 2016

The city also saw homicides jump 93% between 2015 and 2016.

Sign Posted Along Malibu City Limits Mocking 'Sanctuary City' Status

"Cheap Nannies and Gardeners Make Malibu Great!"

Taylor Swift's $25 Million Beverly Hills Home Is Now A Historic Landmark

The Beverly Hill City Council unanimously voted to approve the request.

Winter Storms May Cost California $866 Million In Infrastructure Repairs

Los Angeles County alone may need $55 million in emergency repairs.

Former Dodgers Hitter Pedro Guerrero In Critical Condition Following Stroke

Guerrero suffered his first stroke in February 2015.

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken Brings Instagram-Worthy Fare To Downtown

A temple to decadence with a side of cole slaw.

First Full Year Of L.A.'s Vision Zero Plan Saw Traffic Deaths Rise 43 Percent

While pedestrian collisions rose three percent in 2016 over the previous year, pedestrian deaths rose by 58 percent.

Here Is Everything You Can Eat And Drink At This Year's Coachella

Native son Roy Choi will have his full portfolio present.

ICYMI: The Creator Of The Gay Rights Movement's Rainbow Flag Has Died

Plus, a Shazam for mosquitos may be coming, having your wedding reception at an In-N-Out is apparently a thing, and much more!

ICYMI: FBI Director James Comey's Secret Twitter Account Has Been Discovered

Plus, Internet porn is getting encrypted, Girl Scout cookies are now Amazon-able, robots may soon be reffing your favorite game, and much more!

Dustin Hoffman And Son Suing Paul Manafort's Son-In-Law Over Possible Real Estate Ponzi Scheme

Dustin Hoffman and his son invested $3 million to convert a property on Blue Jay Way.

Inside Lloyd Wright's Black Dahlia Home, Now On The Market For $4.7 Million

Lloyd Wright's famous Sowden House in Los Feliz has hit the market. The property, rumored to be the sight of the Black Dahlia murder, has been listed for $4.698 million. The house was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright's son Lloyd Wright in 1926 for painter and photographer John Sowden, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 1971. The house was built in the Mayan Revival style that has...

New York City's Pharmacy-Themed Apotheke Bar May Be Opening Soon In L.A.'s Chinatown

An liquor license was filed earlier this month by the bar's proprietor.

Dodgers To Close Out Spring Training With Freeway Series Against The Angels

Game 1 will begin March 30 at 7:07 p.m. at Angels Stadium in Anaheim.

LAPD Detective Suspects The Crips Are Behind A String Of Celebrity Robberies

Alanis Morrissette, Yasiel Puig, Emmy Rossum, and Derek Fisher have all been recent victims.

Wrongfully Convicted Compton Man Released After 20 Years Behind Bars

Contreras was convicted of attempted murder and robbery off eyewitness identification that proved to be wrong.

A Million Chinese Tourists Visited L.A. Last Year, The First For Any U.S. City

The Los Angeles Tourism And Conventions Board expects two million Chinese tourists a year by 2020.

Oscars Fiasco Won't Cost PwC Their Job At Next Year's Ceremony

New protocols for PwC accountants include no cellphones allowed backstage.

Video: Watch Metro's Tunnel Boring Machine Begin Work Underneath Downtown

The Regional Connector is scheduled to open in 2021.

George Lucas Doubles Down On His Support Of Diversity At USC Film With $10 Million Gift

The gift is the second such pledge to the George Lucas Family Foundation Endowed Student Support Fund for Diversity since its creation in 2015.

Police Will Not Investigate Brawl At Pro-Trump Rally In Huntington Beach

Four people were arrested following the clash on Saturday, including one person for suspected illegal use of pepper spray.

A Glimpse At The Massive 66-Story Tower Coming To Downtown

At 66-stories, the tower may top 800 feet and be one of the tallest in Los Angeles.

President Trump's Executive Orders On Climate Policy Could Threaten L.A.'s 2024 Olympic Bid

Trump's latest executive order to undo Obama-era environmental policies comes just days after the Paris 2024 bid was recognized for its commitment to environmental sustainability.

DASH Will Soon Provide Daily Bus Service To The Griffith Observatory

The service was previously only offered on weekends.

Possible Olympics Deal Would Give Both L.A. And Paris The Games: One In 2024 And One In 2028 [Updated]

Paris and Los Angeles are the final two cities bidding for the 2024 games.

White Nationalist David Duke Attacks Local Congressional Candidate Wendy Carrillo On Twitter

Carrillo, a former undocumented immigrant, is running for the Congressional seat left open by Xavier Becerra.

ICYMI: 8 Of The 10 Happiest American Cities Are In California

Plus, a new bill in Texas may fine men for masturbating, yogurt may be the new Prozac, and much more!

Environmental Activists Vandalize Trump Golf Course In Rancho Palos Verdes

The group of four activists carved the message into hole number 5.

Metro Gold Line Extension May Have Found Its New Route Through East L.A.

The extension proposal would run the Gold Line underground along Atlantic Boulevard.

Redondo Beach Voters Choose The Path Of Slow Growth

Voters passed Measure C by a nearly 2-to-1 margin.

Updated: Sherman Oaks Fire Leads To Discovery Of Possible Human Remains

The fire broke out Saturday evening, and the LAPD and Coroner's office were called in to investigate the discovery.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminates Rumors Of Senate Run

The Governator served as California Governor from 2003-2011.

Anti-Propaganda Protesters Rally Outside Breitbart HQ

President Trump's Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is the site's former editor-in-chief.

Daylight Saving Time Begins This Weekend

Clocks will gain an hour at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 12.

25-Year Sentence For Placentia Financial Services Manager Convicted Of Embezzling Millions

Nguyen is accused of wiring money to a professional gambler in Las Vegas among others.

This Year's L.A. Pride Parade Will Be Replaced By A Resist March

The march route will extend 3.1 miles from the Hollywood/Highland subway station to West Hollywood Park.

Wanda Group's Billion Dollar Bid For Dick Clark Productions Is Now Officially Dead

The $1 billion buy would have been the Wanda Group's first foray into the TV world.

Has Los Angeles Reached Peak Speakeasy?

To find this article, follow the alley behind the building, tell the gorilla at the door the secret password, and enter the trick-door hidden in the bookshelf.

Plans For MacArthur Park Renovation Take Another Step Forward

The city's Housing and Community Investment Department is seeking $1.3 million in federal funding for improvements to the park.

The Moment Of Truth For That Terrible NIMBY Ballot Measure Is Nigh

March 7 is the day to vote on Measure S and the future of LA.

62-Year-Old Man Arrested In Connection To Deadly Stabbing At Koreatown Metro Station

A man was fatally stabbed on the platform of the Wilshire/Normandie station on Sunday night.

The Cherry Blossoms Are Here (And So Are The Tulips, Lilacs, And Dogwoods)

Don't blink or you may miss cherry blossom and tulip season.

Steven Spielberg Announces Pentagon Papers Film Starring Tom Hanks And Meryl Streep

The film will focus on the Washington Post's decision to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971.

Flagship Trinity Broadcast Network Campus Sold To Development Firm

TBN was founded in 1973, and bought the Costa Mesa site in 1996.

Several Hundred Protesters Gather Downtown Ahead Of International Women's Day Rally

The rally comes three days before a general strike and march planned for International Women's Day.

ICYMI: A Polish Member Of The European Parliament Thinks Women Are "Less Intelligent" Than Men

Plus, is consciousness just an illusion, the future of digital assistants, and much more!

One Direction's Louis Tomlinson Arrested After Fighting Paparazzi At LAX

Reports claim that the singer, his girlfriend, and multiple people were involved in the brawl.

Russia May Ban Live-Action 'Beauty And The Beast' Citing 'Propaganda Of Homosexuality'

The nation began enacting strict anti-homosexual laws in 2006.

Protesters Call Upon Republican Rep. Steve Knight To Support Obamacare

Knight has tweeted mixed support of the Affordable Care Act.

1.2 Million Southern Californians Live Within The Pollution Zone Of A Freeway

Residences, schools, and workplaces within 500 feet of freeways and busy streets were most at risk.

Nine Of The Best Strip Mall Gems In L.A.

Strip malls are made up of more than just liquor stores and dry cleaners. Here are some of the best tucked away restaurants, coffee shops and dessert spots.

LAPD Investigating Actor Danny Masterson On Three Separate Charges Of Sexual Assault

Actress Leah Remini has come to the aid of the accusers.

One Of The Most Violent Police Shootouts In Modern American History Happened In L.A. 20 Years Ago

The shootout changed how the LAPD equips itself, and how the nation debates gun control.

Magician Found Dead At Magic Castle Now Believed To Have Died Accidentally

The County Medical Examiner's office ruled the death accidental on Saturday.

The Battle Of Los Angeles: 75 Years Ago, L.A. Mistakenly Thought It Was Under Attack

Fear of a Japanese raid had been building since the attack on Pearl Harbor three months earlier.

The People's Court's Judge Wapner Has Died At 97

Judge Wapner first entered our homes in 1981.

Photos: Burlesque, Sword-Swallowing, And Jazz At Bloody Gras

The event transported guests deep into the Louisiana bayou.

How Many Drama Pilots Were Directed By Women In 2017? One.

This year, 41 broadcast drama pilots are set to air.

Magician Found Dead At The Magic Castle After Committing Suicide

Daryl Easton was a world champion close-up magician.

A Look At The 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards' Red Carpet Arrivals

The event is held yearly on the beach in Santa Monica.

West Hollywood's Historic Sunset Tower Hotel Is Up For Sale

The controlling 80% share in the property will run you $100 million.

The Fight Over Measure S Ramps Up Two Weeks Before Vote

A round-up of recent developments in the heated debate over Measure S.

Los Angeles Has The Worst Traffic On Earth...Literally

Angelenos lost about 104 hours to traffic in 2016.

L.A. Area Researchers Make Breakthrough That May Help Treat Epilepsy

The study discovered part of the brain's memory maintenance mechanism.

Not My President's Day Protesters Rally At City Hall

The rally was part of similar rallies across the United States.

Damien Chazelle, Director Of 'La La Land', Gives His Take On L.A.

Chazelle is a New Jersey native who came to Los Angeles less than a decade ago.

Pre-Oscars Street Closures In Hollywood Ramp Up Sunday Night

Two movie premieres on March 1 and 2 will extend the closures' timeline.

We're Not Done With The Rain, Yet

A new storm is coming into the Southland tonight, and will stay through Tuesday.

Nearly 1-In-5 LAUSD Students Report They Have Been Bullied This School Year

And 43% report they have been cyber-bullied this school year.

Santa Monica Moves To End Relationship With Wells Fargo Over Dakota Access Pipeline

The city of West Hollywood is also looking to divest from the bank for similar reasons.

Here's A Playlist Of Songs About Rain In Los Angeles

Because the sound of rain on our windows has worn out its novelty.

Two Cars Consumed By Sinkhole In Studio City

Firefighters arrived to find a woman standing on top of her upside-down car, 10 feet below street level.

Protesters March From Pershing Square To City Hall In Support Of Immigration Rights

The march took aim at recent ICE raids and the Trump administration's stance on immigrants.

Desert Flowers Begin To Blossom In Joshua Tree National Park

The extent of the desert flower blossoms is expected to spread around the park in the coming weeks.

ICYMI: Mark Zuckerberg Responds To Post-Election Criticisms Of Facebook

Plus, the origins of the American Empire, NYC Ballet's gorgeous rooftop dance, and much more!

Massive Immigration March Planned For Saturday

The rally comes as large scale ICE raids have swept the region.

California Sees Unexpected Jump In Traffic Deaths

Between 2015 and 2016, motor vehicle deaths increased at a rate more than double the national average.

Look Inside This Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece That Could Be Yours For $150

The Aaron Green-designed home, valued at $4,000,000, will be up for grabs in a raffle.

'Secret Witness' In Robert Durst Case Revealed

Robert Durst "kills witnesses," a prosecutor in the case proclaimed.

How "A Day Without Immigrants" Is Being Observed Around L.A.

Several restaurants are standing in solidarity with the strike.

WeHo Mayor Wants To Bar City From Doing Business With Trump

The mayor's proposed restrictions will also include reexamining the city's relationship with Wells Fargo bank.

Roman Polanski Seeks To Settle His Statutory Rape Case Once And For All

Polanski claims he has served his time already.

The Biggest Storm Of The Season (So Far) Is On Its Way

Angelenos should expect two to four inches to drop Friday afternoon and evening.

Tsubaki Brings A New Take On The Izakaya To Echo Park

Tsubaki's impressive drink menu includes jizake, honkaku shochu, and French wines.

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