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Tito Ortiz Talks Retirement and ‘Final Fight’

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The Big Fight: Ortiz vs. For tickets and more information visit This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on January 17th, 2017.

Rhys Darby Talks “Voltron: Legendary Defender” and Upcoming Local Show

And for tickets and more information on “Rhys Darby’s Saying Funny Things Society” visit This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on January 17th, 2017. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Don’t miss the new season of “Voltron” Legendary Defender” coming to Netflix January 20th.

More Than 80 False Killer Whales Die in Largest Stranding in Florida History

Efforts to herd the animals into deeper water were unsuccessful, as the mammals had become deeply embedded in the mangroves, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said. That made communication between and within different departments difficult. They ranged from young calves to mature adults, which can weigh about 1,500 pounds. In 1986, 28 false killer whales were stranded on Key West, and in 1989, 40 were stranded in Cedar Key. “These animals were stranded in a very remote location, very far offshore, and we are dealing with sharks and things like that,” Mase said. “So it’s a very safety-conscious effort.”
Researchers are looking into the cause of the mass stranding. More than 80 false killer whales have died in the largest stranding in Florida history
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Despite their threatening name, false killer whales largely feed on fish and cephalopods and are part of the dolphin family. Mass strandings are not uncommon for the species in Florida, though the size of this incident was the largest in recent history. The beach did not have cell service, said Blair Mase, a NOAA coordinator. The remote location of the stranding caused difficulties for the rescue efforts. Stuck in the mangroves, most of the animals either died or had to be euthanized. The mammals are known to travel in large groups. Almost 100 false killer whales became stranded on a remote beach in Florida over the weekend, the largest mass stranding of the mammals in the state’s history, officials said on Monday. On Saturday, officials found 95 of them stranded near the western boundary of Everglades National Park, north of Highland Beach. As of Monday, 13 animals remained unaccounted for. 26.399520
-80.065598 Of the 95 whales spotted, 81 have died: 72 of those died on their own, while nine beached animals were euthanized by scientists after being found in “extremely poor” condition.

Male Sought After 74-Year-Old Woman Raped at Mentone Home

Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact the Yucaipa Police/Sheriff’s Department Investigations Bureau by calling 909-918-2305. His age was unknown. 34.070013
-117.134481 She struggled with the attacker before he sexually assaulted and injured the woman, the release stated. ×
Male Sought After 74-Year-Old Woman Raped at Mentone Home

San Bernardino County authorities are searching for a male after a 74-year-old woman was raped inside her Mentone residence Monday night. Anonymous tips can also be left through WeTip by dialing 800-782-7463, or by visiting the website at The woman told investigators she was asleep inside her home when she woke up around 9:15 p.m. Authorities have described the attacker as having a stocky build who was wearing dark clothing at the time of the assault, according to the release. to a male choking her, according to a joint news release from the San Bernardino Sheriff’s and Yucaipa Police departments. The home’s alarm system sounded at some point, prompting the male to flee from the home.

Trade School President Fired After Giving Homeless Student Shelter in Library Amid Sub-Zero Temps in Kansas City

I had a tough choice to make. The building has a series of surveillance cameras that can be viewed via remote, which is how Vatterott’s St. Carroll told the station that student had been sleeping in a wooded area near the school, but temperatures were too harsh that night, and the student had nowhere to seek warmth. 6, he allowed a student who is homeless and schizophrenic to sleep overnight in the school’s library. Vatterott College’s spokesperson, Julie Bishop-Cross, told WDAF the school’s policy is not to comment on personnel matters. I’m from Southern California. He allowed the student to bed down in the school’s library, and even though the student didn’t steal or damage anything, Carroll said he was fired once the school’s corporate leaders found out. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

A former campus president of a Kansas City trade school said he was fired after offering a homeless student shelter from cold weather. Carroll says he and others around the campus had been trying to help the student find subsidized housing. I’m not sure if I could live in the woods at minus two degrees,” Carroll said. So on Friday, Jan. “I made a choice. Louis-based management team found out. Carroll says he hasn’t heard from the student in question, but he’d make the same choice again. I did,” Carroll said. I can’t take him to my house.”
According to Carroll, the student had run out of his medication. There’s a policy that says I must protect the assets. 6 hit four degrees below zero. He can’t stay on campus. Brian Carroll, campus president at Vatterott College in Kansas City for five years, says one of his students had no place to go. “I don’t know of a direct written policy that says you can’t keep someone overnight. “Education is a beautiful thing to me,” Carroll told KTLA sister station WDAF in Kansas City. “We had ice and snow … “I just didn’t want to take the chance,” Carroll said. 9, the next business day, he said. Carroll has worked in education for 35 years, and says he knows he took a risk, but he chose to protect a student’s safety. “But sometimes, it gets destroyed in the process.”
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-94.419118 I can’t put him in my car. Carroll says it came down to money, and Vatterott officials fired him for putting their equipment and building at risk. “My first reaction was, ‘Shouldn’t you just write me up for this?’ Their answer was no,” Carroll said on Monday. The school fired him on Monday, Jan.

L.A. Organizers Propose Linked Olympic Ceremonies for Coliseum, Inglewood Stadium

But a $2.6-billion stadium the Rams are building in Inglewood might give the bid a more modern and expensive feel. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

As LA 2024 officials finalize their bid to bring the Summer Olympics back to Southern California, they have faced a difficult choice regarding the location of the opening and closing ceremonies. Click here to read the full story on City Council members eager to keep the Games’ premiere events within city limits. The Coliseum offers a sense of history and has the backing of L.A. So LA 2024 has proposed a way to use both.

FBI: Fort Lauderdale Shooter Esteban Santiago Says He Carried Out Deadly Airport Attack for ISIS

Authorities identified the Fort Lauderdale gunman as Esteban Santiago, who allegedly brought the firearm in his checked luggage on Jan. (Credit: CNN)
Esteban Santiago, the man charged with killing five people at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport this month, told FBI agents that he had carried out the attack on behalf of ISIS, FBI special agent Michael Ferlazzo testified at Santiago’s bond hearing Tuesday. 26.122439

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Keith Haring Exhibit at Petersen Automotive Museum

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If you have questions, or complaints, please feel free to contact me at or call 1-323-460-5732. I will reply as soon as I can. His trademark style was popularized in spontaneous chalk drawings throughout the New York City subway stations. Gayle Haring’s brief and prolific career from 1982-1990 documented the spirit of New York City’s underground art scene. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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Gayle Anderson was live in Los Angeles at the Petersen Automotive Museum to see the new exhibit “THE UNCONVENTIONAL CANVASES OF KEITH HARING.”  This exhibit brings together five vehicles painted or drawn on by Pop Artist Keith Haring (1958-1990). Thank you for watching!

Obama to Head to SoCal Friday Following Trump’s Inauguration: Sources

Obama will fly aboard the presidential aircraft to the Coachella Valley oasis, where he’s taken frequent golf trips as president. Another source familiar with the trip confirmed Obama and the first lady will be staying at the Rancho Mirage home of Michael Smith, the decorator responsible for designing the Oval Office and private residence, a location where the Obamas have staid in the past. 33.830296

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Obama Offers President-Elect Trump Advice During Final ’60 Minutes’ Interview The White House declined to comment on the President’s travel plans. President Barack Obama plans to travel to the Palm Springs area after the inauguration Friday, two sources familiar with his plans confirmed to CNN Tuesday.

At Least 6 Border Tunnels Reactivated by Mexican Drug Trafficking Groups, Officials Say

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Mexican drug cartels have burrowed dozens of tunnels in the last decade, outfitted them with rail and cart systems to whisk drugs under the U.S. Mexican authorities say they lack the funds. The breaches of border defenses, most recently in December, occur because Mexican authorities, unlike those on the American side, do not fill the tunnels with concrete once they have been discovered. border and, after being discovered by authorities, abandoned them. (Credit: Daniel Conejo/AFP/Getty Images)

At Least 6 Border Tunnels Reactivated by Mexican Drug Trafficking Groups, Officials Say

A view of an underground tunnel near the Mexico-US border in this file photo from Nov. Click here to read the full story on Border Crossing in Tijuana Swarmed by Protesters Angry Over Mexico’s Gas Price Hike
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Trump Defends Border Wall Proposal, Says Mexico Will Pay US Back for ‘Great Wall’ A view of an underground tunnel near the Mexico-US border in this file photo from Nov. 07, 2009. At least six previously discovered border tunnels have been reactivated by Mexican trafficking groups in recent years, exposing a recurring large-scale smuggling threat, according to U.S. and Mexican law enforcement officials. But some of the illicit passageways live on.

New Poll Finds Trump’s Pre-Inauguration Approval Rating at Historic Low

And after a campaign in which she largely remained off the trail, most say they expect her to take on a mostly private role as first lady rather than a public one. About half think Trump will be able to simplify the tax code (50%) or protect sensitive electronic information from theft by foreign governments (48%). Overall, 44% have a favorable impression of her, 33% unfavorable, with 23% saying they’re unsure. Bush’s transition just before he took office in January 2001. Trump’s wobbly handling of the presidential transition has left most Americans with growing doubts that the President-elect will be able to handle the job. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Donald Trump will become president Friday with an approval rating of just 40%, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll, the lowest of any recent president and 44 points below that of President Barack Obama, the 44th president. About two-thirds (67%) say they see her remaining more in the background and focusing on her role as a mother and wife than being an advocate for issues and causes and hosting White House functions. Fewer, 44%, say it’s likely that Trump will be able to build a wall along the border with Mexico, and just 29% believe he will be able to get Mexico to reimburse the United States for the construction of the wall. The CNN/ORC Poll was conducted by telephone January 12-15 among a random national sample of 1,000 adults. US President-elect Donald Trump boards the elevator after escorting Martin Luther King III to the lobby after meetings at Trump Tower in New York City on January 16, 2017. “What’s happening here is the public fight that Mr. Sean Duffy, a Trump supporter, said the President-elect’s ongoing battle with the media has hurt his image. They are rigged just like before.”
Rep. Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, who is moving to Washington, heads into her role in the first family with more goodwill than her father or the future first lady. The incoming vice president, Mike Pence, holds a narrowly net-positive favorability rating, 40% favorable to 37% unfavorable. Trump’s favorability rating, a measure often seen as a read on a public figure’s personality rather than the job he or she is doing, has taken less of a hit, decreasing by just 3 points to 44%. The poll suggests the deep political divisions that drove the 2016 presidential campaign — between men and women, whites and racial minorities, those holding college degrees and those without and rural residents and those in more urban areas — continue unabated as Inauguration Day approaches. That change falls within the poll’s margin of sampling error and is not statistically significant. 38.907192
-77.036871 The President-elect dismissed the poll findings on Twitter: “The same people who did the phony election polls, and were so wrong, are now doing approval rating polls. Among Democrats, however, Pence earns higher marks than Trump, 16% see him favorably vs. More broadly, less than half say Trump’s priorities for the country reflect their own (46% say so), and the country is almost evenly divided on whether the policies he’s proposed will move the country in the right direction or the wrong one (48% right direction, 49% wrong direction). 9% who say so about Trump. Trump is having with CNN and other media groups has taken some skin off his poll numbers and it’s gone down,” he told CNN’s Chris Cuomo Tuesday on “New Day.”
Across all three of these measures, Americans’ impressions of Trump have worsened since November. About 53% say Trump’s statements and actions since Election Day have made them less confident in his ability to handle the presidency, and the public is split evenly on whether Trump will be a good or poor president (48% on each side). (Credit: DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images)
Following a tumultuous transition period, approval ratings for Trump’s handling of the transition are more than 20 points below those for any of his three most recent predecessors. In that time, disapproval of his handling of the transition has climbed seven points to 52%, the percentage who think he’ll do a good job has dropped five points, and the share saying they have lost confidence in Trump’s ability to be president grew 10 points. Obama took the oath in 2009 with an 84% approval rating, 67% approved of Clinton’s transition as of late December 1992 and 61% approved of George W. Republicans rate Pence slightly lower than his new boss, 75% have a favorable view of the VP-to-be while 89% have a positive take on Trump. Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points; it is higher for subgroups. Despite these declines, many Americans remain confident that Trump will achieve several signature campaign promises, with most saying it’s at least somewhat likely that he will impose tariffs on companies that manufacture goods in Mexico (71%), renegotiate NAFTA (61%) and create good-paying jobs in economically challenged areas (61%). About 4-in-10 think the President-elect will be able to defeat ISIS, down from 50% who said so in November. Trump’s approval rating for handling the transition is almost 30 points higher among rural residents than it is among urbanites, nearly 20 points higher among men than women and among whites than non-whites, and 13 points higher among whites without degrees than among those who completed college. Opinions on Melania Trump are mixed, with a sizable share still unsure how they feel about the incoming first lady (36% favorable, 35% unfavorable, 28% unsure).