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Video: A Look At Some Of L.A.'s Most Historic Street Names

Many may know the history behind Pico or Wilshire. But what about smaller streets like Witmer? The Natural History Museum takes a look.

ICYMI: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Is Joining The Hollywood Reporter

Plus, Burger King in Israel has a special Valentine's treat, L.A.'s smog is not as bad as you thought, and much more!

Labor Advocates To Protest Labor Secretary Nominee Andy Puzder Outside Carl's Jr. HQ

Puzder has advocated for robots to replace workers, and fought raising the minimum wage.

Second Santa Monica High School Student Dies Of Unknown Medical Condition In 3 Months

Medical officials do not believe the student died of norovirus.

A New Documentary About The Notorious B.I.G. Is In Development

The producers are working with Biggie's mother, Voletta Wallace.

Grammys, Oscars, Emmys: When Los Angeles Plays Host, It Wins Big

The combined economic effects of the Grammys, Oscars, and Emmys totals half a billion dollars.

Mammoth Mountain Will Stay Open Until At Least The Fourth Of July

The resort is seeing snowfall surpass 2010-2011's record season.

Santa Monicans Can't Believe They Produced Dead-Eyed Trump Advisor Stephen Miller

Miller was an outspoken student at Santa Monica High School.

Joni Mitchell Made Rare Appearance At Pre-Grammy Party

The singer-songwriter suffered a stroke and brain aneurysm in 2015.

Downtown Los Angeles Is Expected To Add 125,000 Residents In The Next 20 Years

The neighborhood is seeing a construction boom unmatched in decades.

Disneyland Ticket Prices Are Going Up

Day passes and annual passes will be affected by the price increase.

Longtime Lincoln Heights Tenants Are Fighting 'Cash For Keys' Intimidation

The neighborhood is facing a growing wave of evictions.

Former Vice President Joe Biden Signs With Talent Agency CAA

The move will further the Biden Foundation's public policy goals.

Performers And Presenters Announced For 59th Annual Grammy Awards

Tribute performances to Prince and George Michael were also announced.

Expect DUI Checkpoints And Saturation Patrols This Weekend

A DUI-related arrest can cost you up to $10,000.

ICYMI: A Cheeto That Looks Like Harambe May Sell For $100K

Plus, people are flooding President Trump's office with books, Russian hackers may have unlocked slot machines for good, and more!

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Dumps Another $300,000 Into That Terrible NIMBY Ballot Measure

The new cash infusion comes after the foundation donated $504,332 to Measure S during the last quarter of 2016 alone.

Early Renderings Revealed For Sixth Street Viaduct Park

The bridge is set to finish construction in 2020.

Three Suspects Arrested In Connection With 1993 Apartment Complex Fire

Twelve people died in the fire, including two pregnant women.

Heavy Rains Could Trigger Massive Poppy Bloom

The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve is expecting 2017's bloom season to be one of the best in years.

Iranian Student Returns To LAX After Forced Deportation Under Trump's Ban

Sara Yarjani is an Iranian citizen with a student visa to the United States.

Protesters Rally In Downtown Against Dakota Access Pipeline

The march was the first organized in Los Angeles since President Trump signed an executive order helping restart construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

ICYMI: Say Goodbye To IMDB's Discussion Boards

Plus, why do cartoon characters wear gloves, squaring artificial intelligence with religion, and more!

Seven Places To Try Traditional Syrian Dishes

Where to find soujouk, halvah, muhammara and other Syrian foods across the Southland.

Patton Oswalt Discusses Cause Of His Wife's 2016 Death

Michelle McNamara died in her sleep in April 2016.

Orange County Continues Its Assault On Homeless Encampments In The Santa Ana Riverbed

Notices have been posted along a stretch of the riverbed informing that anyone obstructing maintenance construction will be charged with a misdemeanor.

Beyonce's Baby Bump Photo Shatters Instagram Record

The post topped previous record-holder Selena Gomez's by over 3 million likes.

Homemade Bomb Explodes At Pasadena Cheesecake Factory

The suspect is described as six-feet tall, thin build, and with a large beard. He is still at large.

The 11 Best Hangover Foods For Your Morning After

Whatever your hangover needs, these dishes have you covered.

SoCal Colleges Move To Protect Students And Faculty In Wake Of Trump's Immigration Ban

Universities are advising students and faculty not to leave the country unless necessary.

California Officials Rush To Draft Regulations For $7 Billion State Marijuana Industry Before 2018 Deadline

The pot industry may generate $1 billion in tax revenue for the state of California.

Federal Judge In California Orders Detained And Deported Visa Holder Returned To America

The Iranian national was being held in Dubai before being placed on a flight back to LAX.

Photos: Third Annual 'Night On Broadway' Draws Crowd Of 70,000

The event opened the doors to six historic theaters and filled the street with musical performances and art installations.

Mayor Garcetti Says CBP Is Complying With Stay, Unknown Number Still Detained At LAX

An unknown number of people are still detained at LAX.

Waterfall Set To Reopen At Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial

But have conditions changed much since 1977?

Trump Ban Will Block Oscar-Nominated Iranian Director From Attending Ceremony

Asghar Farhadi won an Oscar for his 2012 film "A Separation" and is nominated again for "The Salesman".

Calexit Moves One Step Closer To Calreality

The Yes California Independence Campaign is now taking signatures for a ballot measure.

L.A.'s Jewish Day Schools Are Experiencing A Measles Outbreak

The Orthodox Jewish community is looking into strengthening vaccination requirements for schools and synagogues.

Snapchat Targets Clickbait In Attempt To Woo Investors

The Venice Beach tech giant is clamping down on violent and sexually explicit cover images.

Stephen Colbert Will Host The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards

The show will take place September 17 at downtown's Microsoft Theater.

Millions Across The Country Rally To Protest Donald Trump

Sister protests cropped up in cities like Paris and Tel Aviv, too.

The Heaviest Downpour In Seven Years Is Passing Through Los Angeles

Flooding and mudslide warnings are in full effect.

Zero Arrests At Historic L.A. Women's March

Well over half a million protesters and not one single arrest.

Los Angeles's Rat And Roach Problem Ranked Nationally

Hey, at least we're not New Orleans or Philadelphia.

ICYMI: 'House Of Cards' Now Has A Season 5 Premiere Date

Plus, a present from the girls of "Broad City," Republicans hate inaugural poetry, and more!

L.A. Women's March Is Overflowing The Public Transportation System

Trains are at capacity and subway stations are seeing exceptionally long lines.

A Massive Sewage Spill Has Closed Alamitos Bay For The Weekend

City health officials are warning against swimming in the surrounding areas.

Photos: Some Of Our Favorite Signs From The L.A. Women's March

Funny, poignant, and everything in between.

After 80 Years, Ice Cream Stall At Original Farmers Market To Close

Gill's Old Fashioned claims to have brought Rocky Road and Rum Raisin to generations of Angelenos.

Malia Obama May Be Harvey Weinstein's New Intern

Malia has interned for two television series prior.

L.A. City Council Votes To Defend Immigrants On Day One Of Trump Administration

The approved motion will enable the city to hire an advocate for undocumented immigrants.

Ice Cube's 'Good Day' Was (Possibly) Twenty-Five Years Ago Today

You could see the lights of the Goodyear blimp.

Kismet Balances Modern California Cuisine With Middle Eastern Roots In Los Feliz

Middle Eastern food may be having a moment in the Los Angeles dining scene, but Kismet is positioned to be around well after the wave passes.

High Times Magazine Is Moving To Los Angeles

They call L.A. "the center of the cannabis universe."

What's Keeping Those Freeway Interchanges Up In An Earthquake?

No one wants a repeat of the Newhall Interchange collapse.

Laurel Canyon Boulevard Reopens With Limited Access

Southbound traffic will use the street, while northbound access will be diverted through a frontage road.

Here's Your List Of MLK Day Events For The Weekend

There are plenty of opportunities for a Day of Service too.

Former HBO Employee Who Stole $1 Million Sentenced To 30 Months In Prison

Prosecutors described a life of greed and excess.

L.A. Sheriff's Department Super Excited About Their First Drone

But don't worry, they say they won't use it for "random" surveillance.

Here Are Your MLK Weekend DUI Checkpoints

A DUI-related arrest can cost you up to $10,000.

Hosting The 2024 Olympics Could Boost L.A.'s Economy By $11.2 Billion

The report also estimates tens of thousands of new full-time jobs would be created.

Joe Biden's Visit And Golden Globes Mean Epic Road Closures Ahead

Throw in the marathon and you have a road closure trifecta.

Instagram Post Triggers Gunman Panic At Fox Hills Mall

Teens and their Instagram....can't trust them.

Missing Music Video Director Found Dead, Apparent Suicide

The weeklong search ended in tragedy.

Violent Crime Rates For Parts Of The Southland Continued To Climb In 2016

San Bernardino saw its deadliest year in two decades.

Rival Mayoral Candidate Wants Garcetti To Promise He Won't Run For Governor

Does Garcetti have his eye on the 2018 gubernatorial race?

Santa Monica May Be Banning Street Performers With Spiders, Rats And Rabbits

Snakes, birds, reptiles, and non-human primates are already banned under a 2015 law.

2016 Was The Biggest Year Ever For Hollywood

Disney walks away with the year's biggest film and opening weekend

This Is Your Last Chance To Take A Drop On The Tower Of Terror

The ride will be reborn as a Guardians of the Galaxy-themed attraction

Lunada Bay Surf Gang's Reign May Be Coming To An End

The Lunada Bay Boys have been intimidating and assaulting unwelcomed guests to their beach for decades

San Bernardino County Deputy Sheriff Arrested For Alleged Sex With Minor

The 17-Year-Old Victim Was In The Department's Explorer Program

A Few Friendly Reminders To Stay Safe On New Year's Eve

Don't Shoot Guns Into The Air: Tonight Or Otherwise!

This Is What The Downtown Skyline May Look Like In Five Years

The end of the recession has led to an explosion of new construction.

Use This Map To Find And Support Black-Owned Businesses Around L.A.

Black Lives Matter wants to grow and empower black-owned businesses.

Synagogue In Santa Monica Vandalized On Hanukkah

The congregation was targeted last month by man shouting "Heil, Hitler"

Metro Rides Will Be Free On Christmas Eve And New Year's Eve

You really have no reason to drive either night.

Chrismukkah Weekend To Stay Cold, Cold, Cold

You might need to stay warm with more than an ugly sweater

Pasadena Commemorates Obama's College Apartment

The future President of the United States spent his sophomore year studying and eating pizza here.

Los Angeles Continues Three-Year Streak Of Adding New Jobs

The city now has more jobs than their pre-1992 peak.

Din Tai Fung To Open A New Spot At Westfield Century City

This will be the restaurant's first location in L.A. proper.

Man Found Engulfed In Flames On Hollywood Hills Sidewalk In Apparent Suicide

The man was pronounced dead at the scene after firefighters extinguished the flames.

The Rain May Be Over, But It's About To Get Really, Really Cold

Ho, ho, ho—ly cow, it's going to be cold tonight.

Robert Durst, Subject of 'The Jinx,' Claims He Was On Meth 'The Whole Time'

"I was on meth the whole time … it should have been obvious,” Durst told prosecutors.

L.A.'s Best New Restaurants Of 2016

From Cafe Birdie to Erven, and everything in between.

Pepperdine To Open Staples Center 'Classroom' In Partnership With AEG

Sounds like a pretty fun way to learn Sports Business 101.

Scattered Showers And Heavy Winds To Blow Through The Southland Sunday

We've already seen most of the rain for the weekend.

The LA Zoo To Celebrate Its 50th Birthday Monday And Yes, There Will Be Cake

Lions, tigers and 50% off admission prices, oh my!

Some Pot Shops Are Already Selling To Everyone, Despite Questionable Legality

Or at least anyone 21 and over, regardless of whether they have a medical marijuana card.

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