Extra, Extra: Boston Comes to L.A., a Doughnut Shop is Compromised, and the Kardashians Reign Supreme
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- A 91-year-old woman injured three people after driving her car onto the patio of a doughnut shop.
- Two hotels near Disneyland might lose their proposed tax incentives.
- Cal State Northridge is holding Digital Learning Day on February 1 to help show teachers how to incorporate technology in the classrooms.
- A Boston-area talk show, "The Steve Katsos Show," is now available on local public access in L.A.
- Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson's former home together is now on the market.
- No matter how much we claim to hate them, we still watch: the finale of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York" drew 4.5 million viewers -- the third-most-watched telecast in E!'s history.
- The return of "Arrested Development" as a TV show is taking steps forward -- the entire original cast is going to return.