• Santa Ana SWAT Team Raids Internet Cafe

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A Santa Ana SWAT team raided an Internet cafe early Thursday evening.
    As CBSLA Orange County reporter Michele Gile reports, many people were walked out of Happy Times Internet Cyber Cafe.
    It was a surprise operation by Santa Ana SWAT.
    Officers swarmed the 17th Street business looking for criminals and illegal activity.
    Police say complaints from the community is what prompted the raid. They want gangsters and guns off the streets.
    SWAT members in armored cars
  • Smoke Advisory Extended As Woolsey Fire Continues To Burn

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    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Progress has been made against the Woolsey Fire, which was at 20 percent containment Monday, but a smoke advisory remains in effect due to smoke from the blaze.
    The advisory includes coastal Los Angeles County; the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel and Pomona-Walnut valleys, and the San Gabriel Mountains.
    ADVISORY UPDATE:
    SMOKE ADVISORY: currently active and extended to Monday, November 12th: https://t.c
  • Stepfather Of Patrick Mahomes’ Girlfriend Collapsed And Died At Chiefs Game

    Kansas City, MO (CBS Local)- The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Arizona Cardinals 26-14 on Sunday with quarterback Patrick Mahomes setting a new franchise record for most touchdown passes thrown in a single season.
    However, after the game, Mahomes was unavailable to answer questions about the new mark because of a family emergency. The nature of that emergency was revealed a short time later on Instagram.Mahomes’ girlfriend, Brittany Matthews, revealed in an emotional post that her stepfather
  • Stanley The Giraffe Fine After Woolsey Fire Rips Through Malibu

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    MALIBU (CBSLA) – Stanley the celebrity giraffe was alive and well Monday following a considerable amount of concern about his health and safety after the devastating Woolsey Fire ripped through the Malibu region over the weekend.
    Stanley at the Malibu Wines Safari Park on Nov. 12, 2018. (CBS2)
    Stanley, who lives at the Malibu Wines Safari Park, located in the 32100 block of Mulholland Highway, has about 46,000 followers on Inst
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  • NFL Team Grades Week 10: Rams, Saints Keep Winning

    By Steve Silverman
    The Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints continue to win and pick up the bona fides that could turn either one of those teams into the NFC Super Bowl representative. The AFC appears to be much more wide open, and while the Kansas City Chiefs continue to roll, their questionable defense could lead to heartbreak in the postseason. Meanwhile, the Chargers and Steelers continue to stack wins, and both appear to be getting better as the season reaches a critical stage.
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  • Jared Goff Says ‘Halle Berry’ Audible Is His Favorite Play After Being Called Out By The Actress On Twitter

    Ryan Mayer
    The sound crews working NFL games have brought us plenty of joy over the years by capturing some of the words that quarterbacks use to change plays at the line of scrimmage. From Peyton Manning’s “Omaha” to Aaron Rodgers using “New York Bozo”, audible calls have been getting picked up on for years around the league. After Sunday, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff is the talk of the Internet for one of the calls he made in the team’s game again
  • Crews Battling Woolsey Fire Brace For Another Round Of Santa Ana Winds

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    MALIBU (CBSLA) – Another round of Santa Ana winds Monday could create challenges for the hundreds of firefighters battling the Woolsey Fire burning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
    As of late Sunday night, the blaze — which broke out Thursday afternoon — had burned 85,500 acres and was 15 percent contained by cleared vegetation. The total number of structures threatened remained at about 57,000. An estimated 265
  • Gerard Butler, Robin Thicke Among Celebrities’ Whose Homes Destroyed By Woolsey Fire

    MALIBU (CBSLA/AP) — The Woolsey Fire, which continues to ravage a wide swath of mountainous terrain between Malibu and West Hills, has damaged or destroyed the homes of several celebrities, who are expressing sympathy and solidarity with their fellow evacuees and showing gratitude to firefighters on social media.
    “Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuating,” Gerard Butler wrote in an Instagram post next to a photo that showed a burned-out structure and a badly scorched veh
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  • Boil Water Notices Issued For Parts Of Woolsey Burn Area

    MALIBU (CBSLA) — Residents within parts of the Woolsey Fire evacuation area have been advised to boil any water they are receiving through their taps.
    The boil water notice was issued Sunday night for the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29’s Point Dume and Encinal Canyon service areas and the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District’s customers south of Westlake Village, east of the Ventura County line, north of the City of Malibu and west of Corral Canyon.
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  • Evacuees Seek Answers On Lack Of Communication During Woolsey, Hill Fires

    WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — Fire evacuees demanded to know why there weren’t more firefighters and why their homes were left undefended at a tense town hall meeting Sunday.
    A community meeting at Taft High School in Woodland Hills held to update residents on the Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire lasted about three hours.
    RELATED: Woolsey Fire: Santa Ana Winds Returning As Containment Grows To 15%
    Some demanded to know why there weren’t more firefighters and why there wasn’t mo
  • Evacuees Demand Answers On Why Homes Were Not Defended In Woolsey, Hill Fires

    WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — Fire evacuees demanded to know why there weren’t more firefighters and why their homes were left undefended at a tense town hall meeting Sunday.
    A community meeting at Taft High School in Woodland Hills held to update residents on the Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire lasted about three hours.
    RELATED: Woolsey Fire: Santa Ana Winds Returning As Containment Grows To 15%
    Some demanded to know why there weren’t more firefighters and why there wasn’t mo
  • Second-Half Rally Helps Vanderbilt Hold Off USC, 82-78

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Vanderbilt’s talented freshmen passed their first road test against a Power Five team on Sunday night.
    Darius Garland had 19 points and Simisola Shittu added 14 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Commodores to an 82-78 victory over USC on Sunday night. The game is part of the Pac-12/SEC Showdown.
    “For a lot of these guys it was their first college road game and it’s always great to get a road win early in the season,” Vanderbilt coach Bryce Drew s
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  • James’ Dunk Lifts Lakers To 107-106 Win Over Hawks

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — LeBron James scored 26 points and dunked for the winning basket in the final seconds, lifting the Los Angeles Lakers to a 107-106 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday night.
    Kyle Kuzma added 18 points for the Lakers’ fifth win in six games.
    Kuzma’s layup tied the game at 104-all with 1:34 to go.
    Kent Bazemore was called for a technical at the end of that play and Kuzma made the free throw for a 105-104 lead.
    Vince Carter dunked to put the Hawks back up 10
  • Woolsey Fire Evac. Orders Lifted In Parts Of Westlake Village & Agoura Hills, 101 Re-Opened At Valley Circle

    WESTLAKE VILLAGE (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. is repopulating parts of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village for residents affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The department made the announcement Sunday evening for the L.A. County-side of the communities located north of the 101 Freeway.
    RELATED: Woolsey Fire: Santa Ana Winds Returning As Containment Grows To 15%
    The northbound lanes of the 101 were opened from Valley Circle Blvd. at approximately 9:20 p.m., with the o
  • LeBron, Lakers Complain About Smoke From California Wildfire During Kings Game

    SACRAMENTO (CBSLA) — Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James was among several players to be impacted by the California wildfires during this weekend’s game against the Sacramento Kings.
    Smoke from a wildfire in Northern California’s Butte County wafted in the Kings’ Golden 1 Center during Saturday’s game, and James told ESPN his game was affected.
    You can smell it,” James said. “We haven’t really gotten up and down [running] like that to the point wh
  • SKY2/SKY9’s Look At The Woolsey Fire West Hills Burn Areas

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    WEST HILLS (CBSLA) — CBS2/KCAL9 has pulled together aerial footage from across the West Hills area in effort to help residents discern if their homes have been affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The blaze had scorched more than 130 square miles since Thursday, destroying more than 177 homes and leading more than 149,000 people to evacuate.
    STRATHERN ST. & VALLEY CIRCLE BLVD.   
    STRATHERN ST. & SOUTH OF RO
  • SKY2/SKY9’s Look At The Woolsey Fire Bell Canyon Burn Areas

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    BELL CANYON (CBSLA) — CBS2/KCAL9 has pulled together aerial footage from across the Bell Canyon area in effort to help residents discern if their homes have been affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The blaze had scorched more than 130 square miles since Thursday, destroying more than 177 homes and leading more than 149,000 people to evacuate.
    FLINTLOCK LN. & SILVER SPUR LN. 
  • Parts Of Westlake Village & Agoura To Repopulate At 9pm

    WESTLAKE VILLAGE (CBSLA) — Repopulation is expected to begin at 9pm for parts of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village for residents affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. made the announcement Sunday evening for the L.A. County side.
    The northbound lanes of the 101 Freeway are expected to be open from Valley Circle Blvd., with the off-ramps at Chesebro Road, Kanan Road, Reyes Adobe Road, and Lindero Canyon re-opening, officials said.
    The southbound lan
  • SKY2/SKY9’s Look At The Woolsey Fire Malibu Burn Areas

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    MALIBU (CBSLA) — CBS2/KCAL9 has pulled together footage from our aerial shots across the Malibu area in effort to help residents discern if their homes have been affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The blaze had scorched more than 130 square miles since Thursday, destroying more than 177 homes and leading more than 149,000 people to evacuate.
    PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY, MALIBU CAMPUS 
    WEST OF MALIBU CANYON, NORTH OF PEPPERDINE U
  • Rivers Leads Chargers To 6th Straight Win, 20-6 Over Raiders

    OAKLAND (AP) — Philip Rivers took nearly 20 minutes to complete his first pass, the Los Angeles Chargers got gashed on a long fake punt and the offense put up a season low in yards.
    Despite a few hiccups along the way, the Chargers still managed to pull off another win for their longest winning streak in nine years.
    Rivers overcame the slow start to throw two touchdown passes, Melvin Gordon gained 165 yards and the Chargers won their sixth straight game, 20-6 over the struggling Oakland Ra
  • Woolsey Fire: Santa Ana Winds Returning As Containment Grows To 15%

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    MALIBU (CBSLA) — Strong Santa Ana winds returned Sunday just as firefighters in Southern California were able to increase a containment line around the massive Woolsey Fire, which has scorched more than 130 square miles.
    Fire Captain Tony Imbrenda, a public information officer for the Los Angeles County Fire Department, said during a news briefing that firefighters have increased the containment line to 15 percent.
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  • Rams Make Late Defensive Stand, Hold Off Seahawks 36-31

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Brandin Cooks rushed for a 9-yard touchdown with 5:49 to play on the first snap after Dante Fowler forced and recovered a fumble by Russell Wilson, and the Los Angeles Rams bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 36-31 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
    Jared Goff passed for 318 yards and two touchdowns, and Todd Gurley rushed for 120 yards and a score as the Rams (9-1) swept the season series with their division rivals.
    Los Angeles moved into c
  • ‘The New Abnormal:’ Gov. Brown Warns Of ‘Changed World’ As Fires Ravage California

    SACRAMENTO (CBSLA/AP) — California governor Jerry Brown warned of a “changed world” as he addressed the impact of wildfires raging across the state Sunday, calling the crisis, “the new abnormal.”
    RELATED: Woolsey And Hill Fires: Evacuations, Road Closures And School Closures
    Brown spoke at a news conference Sunday afternoon, where officials gave updates on multiple incidents, including the Woolsey Fire, which has burned more than 130 square miles in wester
  • Pepperdine Cancels Classes Through Thanksgiving Holiday Due To Woolsey Fire

    MALIBU (CBSLA) — Pepperdine University has cancelled classes at its Malibu and Calabasas campuses through the Thanksgiving holiday due to the Woolsey Fire.
    University officials announced the decision Sunday morning, explaining they had conducted an “extensive evaluation” to assess the needs of the university community and the “ongoing challenges presented by the Woolsey Fire.”
    RELATED: ‘You’re Safe Here’: Pepperdine University Shelters In
  • Malibu Mayor Pro Tem Injured Trying To Save Home In Woolsey Fire

    MALIBU (CBSLA) — Malibu Mayor Pro Tem Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner has been hospitalized from conditions he suffered while trying to save his home in the Woolsey fire Friday night.
    (credit: malibucity.org)
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    Wagner was admitted to an intensive care unit, a Malibu official said at a Sunday morning press conference. A city spokesperson said he is recuperating.
    His home did not survive in the fire despite his best ef
  • Malibu City Councilman Hospitalized After Losing Home In Woolsey Fire

    MALIBU (CBSLA) — Malibu City Councilman Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner has been hospitalized after losing his home in the Woolsey fire, according to city officials.
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    Wagner was admitted to an intensive care unit, a Malibu official said at a Sunday morning press conference.
    It was not immediately clear if he was injured as a result of the fire.
    Wagner was elected to the City Council in April
  • Oak Park Residents Return Home To Retrieve Belongings But Realize ‘Nothing Was Salvageable’

    OAK PARK (CBSLA) — Residents in the fire zone returned to Oak Park Sunday to retrieve belongings from their home.
    But upon return, homeowners identified only as Johnny and Linda realized the home had burned overnight, and their belongings were no longer salvageable.
    Both had lived in their home on Quail View Court and Oak Springs Drive for 13 years.
    On Thursday, their home had burned; however, firefighters were able to spare it.Overnight Sunday, it re-burn which resulted in their belonging
  • Community Meeting Scheduled Sunday For Woolsey, Hill Fires

    WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — A community meeting is scheduled to take place today at 5 p.m. in Woodland Hills to update residents on the Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire.
    State and local fire, law enforcement and emergency management officials are expected to speak to the public about the efforts in battling the blazes.
    State Senator Henry Stern, who represents the communities affected by the fires, will moderate the session.
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    Residents will have t
  • Woolsey Fire: Santa Ana Winds Returning As Containment Grows To 10%

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    SIMI VALLEY (CBSLA) — Fire crews were making progress on the Woolsey Fire with Cal Fire reporting Sunday morning that containment had increased to 10 percent. However, strong Santa Winds were expected to return on Sunday afternoon through Tuesday, which could make it difficult for firefighters.
    Cal Fire also reported Sunday morning that three firefighters were injured. It was not immediately clear the nature of the injuries or how s
  • Poor Air Quality Spurs Smoke Advisory Amid Raging Woolsey Fire

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Poor air quality was affecting Southern California residents as the Woolsey fire continued to burn Saturday.
    The fire, which had scorched more than 83,000 acres, caused a blanket of smoke across the region, causing health hazards for those with compromised immune systems and children.
    In Pasadena, families could be seen roaming the streets with face masks.
    “We have a son who has a lung condition so during this time of difficult air quality, we’ve encourage

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