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Residents in a Studio City neighborhood woke up Wednesday to find a tree blocking a street after it snapped off at the trunk and toppled overnight at the same corner where another large tree fell two years ago. Neighbors said the tree at Landale Street and Farmdale Avenue was home to a beehive, which brought city workers to the neighborhood Tuesday.
The police sergeant caught up in actress Daniele Watts ' detention drama last week insists a recording of his encounter with the Django Unchained star will help him prove she's making "malicious and false statements" about himself and fellow officers. Watts and her boyfriend, celebrity chef Brian James Lucas, were apprehended by police following reports suggesting the couple had been spotted indecently exposing themselves in their car in Studio City, California.
Beck said he briefly reviewed witness interviews and photographs from the event and found the officers "responded to a reported crime, and upon arrival, they investigated that crime and took proper actions." The actress, best known for her role in "Django Unchained," has criticized the actions of police, complaining that she was handcuffed and briefly detained on a Studio City street on Thursday because officers mistook her and her boyfriend for a prostitute and customer.
Supervisorial candidates Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver face off at 7 tonight in a debate at UCLA that will focus on transportation and economic development. Kuehl, 73, a former state legislator, will exchange views with former Santa Monica mayor and City Council member Shriver, 60, in the Little Theater at Macgowan Hall.
Continued drought conditions in the West have ratcheted up prices for hay and led to higher numbers of neglected and hungry horses, ponies and donkeys, says Katia Louise. She's president and founder of Wild for Life Foundation , based in Studio City, CA, which works to raise awareness of the issue and collects donations for hay purchases.
Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian answered the plea from people living along a beautiful tree-lined street in Studio City, Calif and asked that the city designated the Sycamore trees lining both sides of the street be a Historic Cultural Monument. The designation could prevent any trees from being removed after construction recently has marred some of the continuity of the shaded tree area along Cantura Street from Vantage to Rhodes Avenues.
With a universe this large it stands to reason that we are not alone, the real question is why would anyone want to visit Earth? Find out about 10 mysterious UFO sightings. Did you ever see something unusual in the skies? Was there ever an unexplained period of time loss when traveling from one destination to another? Have you been aware of being abducted on a spaceship? Well, a lot of Los Angelenos will have time to share their personal experiences at an unusual event in Studio City on Tuesday evening at the monthly UPARS meeting which will be held at the Studio City Unitarian Universalist Church.
STUDIO CITY >> An actress said she was handcuffed and briefly detained on a Studio City street because Los Angeles police officers mistook her and her husband for a prostitute and customer, it was reported today. “Today I was handcuffed and detained by two police officers from the Studio City Police Department after refusing to agree that I had done something wrong by showing affection, fully clothed, in a public place,” wrote actress Daniele Watts on her Facebook page.
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts says Los Angeles police allegedly detained her because they thought she was a prostitute. Watts, who is African-American, and her white boyfriend accuse police of racism for questioning them after they were seen showing affection in public.
Did you know that water restrictions are back into effect in Los Angeles in a big way? You could get a fine if you're not careful, or if you're watering your lawn on the wrong day or at the wrong times. But, there are ways to conserve and save water.
Eric Martsolf, who plays Brady Black on "Days of Our Lives," was in his home state of Pennsylvania for a fan event. The event was meant to raise money for a gym he and his wife opened in Studio City, California, which benefits children with special ne... There are a lot of exciting storylines on "Days of Our Lives" right now and things are going to get much more interesting this week.