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VIDEO: Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader Explain What 'The Skeleton Twins' is REALLY About

VIDEO: Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader Explain What 'The Skeleton Twins' is REALLY About

Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader explain what "The Skeleton Twins" is REALLY about. You don't want to miss the explanation at 1:40.
Deadline to Prove Residency Looming For Candidates

Deadline to Prove Residency Looming For Candidates

Candidates for Council Districts (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14), and candidates for Los Angeles Unified School District Board must live there.
New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

CHP wants to make sure motorists know about a new law surrounding bicycle safety.
Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Are YOU following the state's mandatory water use restrictions?
Roads in Los Angeles The Worst, Report States

Roads in Los Angeles The Worst, Report States

According to TRIP, poor road and bridge conditions in the state cost drivers a total of $44 billion a year across the state.
Ceremonies in The Southland Mark 13th Anniversary of 9/11

Ceremonies in The Southland Mark 13th Anniversary of 9/11

Nearly 3,000 people died that day at the World Trade Center.
Remembering 9/11: The American Landscape Then and Now

Remembering 9/11: The American Landscape Then and Now

Thirteen years later, Americans are still on high alert about terror and national security.
California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

The recovery is "painfully plodding," and the state is still performing below its potential in employment and output, according to UCLA.
Post Your 9/11 Memories

Post Your 9/11 Memories

We still remember 13 years later.
Feds Swarm Fashion District, Leave With $65 Million in Laundered Cash

Feds Swarm Fashion District, Leave With $65 Million in Laundered Cash

The raids coincided with the unsealing of three federal indictments, one of which alleged that a business was laundering ransom money.
The Heat is on, Again

The Heat is on, Again

Triple-digit temperatures are expected.
Los Angeles Minimum Wage Petition Approved For Circulation

Los Angeles Minimum Wage Petition Approved For Circulation

The petition was prepared by proponents John Parker, Jose Medina, Maggie Vascessenno, Scott Scheffer, and Essie Crosby.
Jail Deputy Allegedly Interfered With Federal Investigation

Jail Deputy Allegedly Interfered With Federal Investigation

The panel is due back in court early Wednesday for opening statements in the case against Deputy James Sexton.
'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

The governor has until Sept. 30 to veto the bill or sign it.
Fire Chief: Angelenos Need More Education About Fire Safety

Fire Chief: Angelenos Need More Education About Fire Safety

The fire department has been a running a smoke alarm giveaway at each of its 106 fire stations since March.
UCLA Scientists Identified Anti Aging Gene

UCLA Scientists Identified Anti Aging Gene

Working with fruit flies, researchers used the a gene called AMPK to increase their lifespans by about 30 percent.
Doctor Shortage a Problem in Los Angeles

Doctor Shortage a Problem in Los Angeles

Los Angeles came in third in the cities most in need of doctors.
Fast Food Workers Strike For Higher Wages in Los Angeles

Fast Food Workers Strike For Higher Wages in Los Angeles

Workers rallied outside a McDonald’s on Martin Luther King Boulevard in South Los Angeles.
Metro to Public Transportation Riders: Buy TAP Cards

Metro to Public Transportation Riders: Buy TAP Cards

Metro’s base fare, which is increasing to $1.75 from $1.50 on Sept. 15, will include two hours of free transfers -- but only for TAP users.