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Land grab: What happens when warehouses move in next door?


Developers squeezed for space to build logistics warehouses in the IE are eyeing residential areas as potential sites. They're offering owners top dollar to sell.

Democrats ramp up SoCal campaigns in effort to retake US House

Democrats are targeting GOP congressional seats representing California districts where voters chose presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

Canyon Fire 2 in Anaheim Hills

SB 241 reopens as Canyon Fire 2 hits 65 percent containment

Southbound lanes of the 241 Toll Road have reopened after the highway was damaged. Firefighters are working to improve containment lines ahead of the warmer and drier conditions this weekend.

LA City Councilmen move to protect street vendors in parks

If a street vendor in LA is undocumented and selling in a public park, a city-issued fine could alert immigration agents.

High-rises and high tensions in Long Beach

Long Beach may allow more high-rises in certain parts of the city, and that's led to chaotic and contentious town hall meetings.

These crazy new PSAs want you to be a better Metro rider

Do you eat on a train? Take up extra seats on the bus when you don't need them? You might be a Metro Rude Dude.

Canyon Fire 2 containment reaches 60 percent

Canyon Fire 2 now stands at 9,217 acres and 60 percent containment. Fire authorities say the uptick in acreage is due to better mapping, not fire growth.

Canyon Fire 2: All remaining evacuations, road closures lifted

The fire has burned through 8,000 acres in Orange County, destroying 15 structures and damaging 12 more, according to the latest information from incident command.

LA considers lifting criminal penalties for park vendors

As a plan to legalize street vending makes its way through City Hall, officials have proposed stop-gap regulations. This one would reduce the penalty to a civil citation.

New 'bike medic' program begins at LAX

The new program includes two medic bike teams, which will be able to weave through traffic and reach injured or ill travelers more efficiently.

Las Vegas shooting: Riverside County reaching out to those directly affected

Mental health community meetings are being offered in Riverside County on Wednesday evening in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.

Couple together for 75 years dies in NorCal wildfire

Only rubble remains as evidence of the home — and the life — that Charles and Sarah Rippey spent nearly a century building.

Canyon Fire 2: Most evacuations lifted, though fire continues to burn

Most of the evacuations in Anaheim and the surrounding area have been lifted. Anaheim, Orange and Tustin residents were allowed to return to evacuated homes this evening, according to Anaheim Fire and Rescue.

How will Trump's immigration policy wish list impact SoCal?

The Trump administration wants a list of immigration enforcement measures tied to any legislation that would benefit young immigrants now protected under DACA.

6,000-acre brush fire burns at least 24 homes

A brush fire that started Monday morning near Coal Canyon and the 91 Freeway quickly scorched thousands of acres, fueled by winds. Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued.

SoCal survivors are forming support groups after Vegas

Survivors of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history are showing up to public memorials and forming online communities for support and healing.