Rat Poison Could Be Making the Already Difficult Life of SoCal Wildcats Even Harder

by admin | on Mar 8

Researchers know little about a potential link between rat poisons and mange, but one thing is clear: when wild cats

Two-Legged Chihuhua Adopted Into Loving Arizona Home

by admin | on Mar 8

What to KnowJoey is a two-legged chihuahua that was found in a parking lot on Feb. 12.A family from Arizona

Watch: Eagles Are on Nest Duty in the Mountains East of LA

by admin | on Mar 7

High in the snow-capped mountains east of Los Angeles, egg-citement is in the crisp late-winter air. A bald eagle has laid

4 to Watch: It’s Spring Training Time in Arizona

by admin | on Mar 7

Love baseball and a road trip? Then spring training might be worth the trip for you. Below are four stories we're

Record Rain Impact

by admin | on Mar 7

The latest winter storm to hit Southern California is packing a punch. Robert Kovacik reports for NBC4 News at 11

LeBron James Passes Michael Jordan as Lakers Lose to Nuggets

by admin | on Mar 7

LeBron James passed Michael Jordan for fourth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list, but it was all downhill after

Unusual Legal Fight: Can the Sheriff Hire Whoever He Wants?

by admin | on Mar 7

An odd case is brewing after the new sheriff Alex Villanueva reinstated a deputy accused of domestic violence, but the

Oh Boysenberry, Knott’s Just Revealed the 2019 Fest Foods

by admin | on Mar 6

What to KnowKnott's Berry Farm's Boysenberry FestivalBuena ParkMarch 29-April 28, 2019We want the future to come faster, but only if

Go Deep, Divers, for a Splashy Aquarium Fest

by admin | on Mar 6

What to KnowAquarium of the Pacific in Long BeachSaturday, March 9Free to divers showing certification and IDWalk into the Aquarium

Storm Brings Stunning Light Show

by admin | on Mar 6

Lightning strikes across Southern California. People in Woodland Hills say they've seen an impressive light show. Jane Yamamoto reports for

LAX Airport Temporarily Loses Power, Flight Returns to Airport Due to Lightning,

by admin | on Mar 6

Los Angeles International Airport sufferred a brief power outage Tuesday night due to a lightning strike, while a plane had

School Mourns After Teen Found Dead on Campus

by admin | on Mar 6

A 13-year-old boy was discovered on an Orange County middle school campus by a custodian. Vikki Vargas reports for the



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