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Take a Look at This Week’s Featured Adoptable Pets:

This week's featured pets include little James, a kitty that has been at the shelter nearly all his 3 months-life. Others have arrived in the last week. Some pets spend a year or more awaiting that one chance to be adopted or fostered, and to come home with someone to love. 

Grammy Nominee Blasts Designers For Dubbing Her ‘Too Big’ to Dress

An American pop star up for Best New Artist at next month's Grammys says she's struggling to find a dress for the ceremony, with designers calling her "too big."

Frieze Los Angeles Poised To Elevate City’s Art Profile To Global Art Capital

In a nod to the fact that Los Angeles has indeed become a city to be reckoned with when it comes to art, Frieze Los Angeles is set to kick off its inaugural fair at Paramount Studios in February.

Motion Picture Academy Announces Nominees for Oscars

Alfonso Cuaron's black-and-white foreign- language drama "Roma" and the bawdy period film "The Favourite" both collected a leading 10 nominations Tuesday for the 91st Academy Awards, while "Black Panther" became the first comic-book-based movie ever nominated for best picture.

Rams Advance to Super Bowl With Overtime Victory Over Saints

Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime as the Los Angeles Rams overcame a 13-point first-quarter deficit to defeat the New Orleans Saints, 26-23, in the NFC championship game Sunday in New Orleans, advancing to Super Bowl LIII.

Los Angeles Home Reportedly Belonging to Boxer Manny Pacquiao Burglarized

Los Angeles police Monday were investigating a burglary at a house reportedly belonging to boxer Manny Pacquiao.

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

Third Annual Women’s March Takes Over Downtown L.A.

Thousands of people descended on downtown Los Angeles for the third annual Women's March, with activists and performers exhorting the crowd to engage in the political process and continue the fight for women's rights and other civil rights causes.

Hart/Cranston Film Has Plenty Of ‘Upside’ At Box Office

M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" is the top performer at the box office this holiday weekend.

Rams Advance to Super Bowl With Overtime Victory Over Saints

Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime as the Los Angeles Rams overcame a 13-point first-quarter deficit to defeat the New Orleans Saints, 26-23, in the NFC championship game Sunday in New Orleans, advancing to Super Bowl LIII.

Los Angeles Home Reportedly Belonging to Boxer Manny Pacquiao Burglarized

Los Angeles police Monday were investigating a burglary at a house reportedly belonging to boxer Manny Pacquiao.

Jeff Bezos To Be Honored In Beverly Hills By Aviation Group

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will be honored in Beverly Hills Friday evening by an aviation group for advancing the principles of freedom in his many business and personal endeavors, organizers said.

Teachers, LAUSD End Marathon Talks, Prepare to Resume this Morning

The union representing thousands of striking teachers and the Los Angeles Unified School District ended a marathon bargaining session early Friday and scheduled another round for later this morning in an effort to end a 5-day work stoppage -- the first against the school district in 30 years.

City Council Approves Water Rate Modifications And Charges

The Beverly Hills City Council approved a plan to modify the rates and charges for water services and facilities furnished to its customers by the City.

Ads, Website Mark New Level Of Organization Against Police Chief Spagnoli

A full-page ad paid for by an anonymous entity and appearing in three newspapers in Beverly Hills claims that “Beverly Hills’ quality of life is being threatened.”

BHUSD Poised To Pink Slip Teachers This Month As Reconfiguration Progresses

In the wake of Beverly Hills Unified School District’s Herculean effort to transform its education model to include a dedicated middle school, at least 20 teachers are expected to lose their jobs. According to Beverly Hills Education Association (BHEA) President Ethan Smith, all teachers slated to receive a pink slip will be told by the end of this month.
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