Recreation

Police needed hazmat suits responding to foul odor

SANTA ANA (CNS) – An odor complaint call from a neighbor led police today to a Santa Ana home where investigators donned hazardous materials suits before entering the dwelling, where two adults and eight children […]

10/02/2012

Trail dispute in Franklin Canyon

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A wide trail through a portion of private property within Franklin Canyon — used by hikers to reach a summit with panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica Bay […]

09/26/2012

Airlines to charge extra for families to sit together (audio)

You know about airline change fees, baggage fees, premium seat fees and food fees. And now there’s a “you-get-to-sit-with-your-child” fee. Travel expert Rudy Maxa, host of Rudy Maxa’s World on KFWB (Saturdays from 3-4pm), talks […]

09/18/2012

Clothing optional resorts (audio)

Would consider hanging out at a nudist resort? It’s not for every body. But if you talk to nudists, they’ll tell you it’s a lifestyle choice, that’s all. Deb Bowen is marketing and media director for […]

09/13/2012

Venice Beach zip line advances with city approval

(CNS) – The Board of Public Works today approved a permit for a company to set up a nearly 700-foot zip line on Venice Beach, despite opposition by some residents who argued the attraction would […]

08/10/2012

Caged pit bull dies in heat wave

(AP) – A caged pit bull with no water and no shade has been found dead in a Southern California backyard during a triple-digit heat wave. A second dog was near death when it was […]

08/09/2012

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