Style Expert Amanda Garrigus joined us live with fashionable active wear looks for young girls and tweens from ivivva by Lululemon. PBteen has launched an exclusive home décor collection in partnership with ivivva by lululemon, an athletic apparel brand inspired by active girls. Amanda also gave us a preview of Ivivva’s collaboration with PB Teen. The aesthetic of the collection is bright and inspirational, with two different bedroom sets “Stay Gold” and “Be You” with pieces ranging from bedding and desk accessories to a ballet barre and goal boards. The collection features signature prints from ivivva’s Fall 2017 apparel collection. For more information on the collection, you can go to PBteen or ivivva.
Police had reason to believe the man was armed because there were weapons inside the home, so officers treated the situation accordingly, the sergeant said. Armed officers approached and took the man into custody poolside about 12:30 p.m., Sky5’s video showed. Officers were searching the home to see if anyone else was inside. The home is in a quiet residential area filled with million-dollar homes. SWAT officers could be seen surrounding the home in the noon hour, and a man was lying face down next to a backyard pool, aerial video from Sky5 showed. The response started after the home’s alarm went off, bringing ACS security to the residence about 8:45 a.m., LAPD Capt. 34.148308
A suspected burglar was taken into custody after a standoff with Los Angeles police officers at a Toluca Lake home midday Monday. Aaron Ponce said on scene. A police helicopter spotted the burglar leave the house and then go back inside, Sgt. Ammon Williams said. (Credit: KTLA)
Officers were called to the 10100 block of Toluca Lake Avenue in the morning, a media relations representative with the Los Angeles Police Department said. Ponce said it’s not clear if he ever had the weapon on him. KTLA’s Irving Last contributed to this article. The burglary suspect’s identity was not immediately being released. Police were in the process of sending in a robot to make contact with the man when he surrendered, Williams said. Security officers saw a man inside the home, and officers were called to the scene about 10 a.m.
A family is asking for help locating their lost dog, a former mascot of the London Hotel on the Sunset Strip who has been missing for weeks.
There was also a slight chance of lightning expected at area beaches, the National Weather Service said. Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Norwalk and Big Bear reported rain Monday afternoon. Gloomy skies and monsoon-type weather rolled into the Southern California area Monday morning, bringing with it scattered showers and the chance of thunderstorms that could linger through Wednesday, forecasters said. A flash flood watch was in effect through Tuesday morning for some inland areas, specifically in the mountain and desert communities. A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms were expected in Los Angeles and Orange counties through Monday night, the National Weather Service reported. Forecasters said increased cloud coverage will develop Monday afternoon, bringing slightly cooler temperatures but with higher humidity. Highs around Southern California were expected to be in the low 80s, but temperatures were expected to get back to triple-digit heat by the end of the week.
No roads were closed or evacuations ordered because of the Seine Fire, although drivers were urged to use caution on Highway 330 due to another blaze that broke out east of Highland dubbed the Dollar fire. Saturday near Piedmont Drive and Seine Avenue, which gave the blaze its name. The blaze was fully contained after it had been burning dangerously close to homes on Saturday, with flames seen coming up along residents’ fences, according to the San Bernardino County Fire Department. However, crews were able to protect the structures, and no damage was reported as a result of the fire. Firefighters had not provided an update on that incident Sunday, but as of Saturday evening the fire had burned about 85 acres and was 40 percent contained. About 75 firefighters ultimately responded, officials said. The flames were first reported around 2 p.m. 34.128344
Firefighters were able to fully contain the 30-acre Seine fire less than a day after it broke out in Highland, officials announced Sunday.
He cited the city’s complex pipe and valve system as contributing to the lengthy repair time. But it’s pretty bad, and now we don’t have no water at home really because our water flow is low.”
-118.287039 It happened twice — a week and a half ago, then last week,” he said. Manchester Avenue was also badly damaged by the outpouring of water and closed indefinitely. Crews were at the scene Sunday morning working to store service after shutting off the main line around 9 a.m. The main that burst was originally installed in 1922, Avila said. “When we saw it this morning we wasn’t surprised to see water came up. There’s a lot of lateral lines you need to shut down first, and crews are still asleep,” Avila said. Residents of the surrounding area reported slow flowing water or had their service cut as a result of the incident, but LAWDP said they were unsure how many customers were without service. At least 24 businesses were without water after lines feeding the main were shut down, said LADWP Supervisor Mike Avila. “Two weeks ago it was leaking in front of the convalescent home, and we passed by when they came and turned the water off. “You’ve got to call these people out in the night and early morning.”
Crews were working to restore service after water was sent gushing through the streets of South Los Angeles after a water main burst near Hoover Street and Manchester Avenue on Sunday.
The father of a missing Colorado 13-year-old was arrested Saturday in connection with the boy’s 2012 death, the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office said. “The investigation into Dylan’s disappearance and death spanned four and a half years, culminating in Saturday’s arrest,” the sheriff’s office said. Redwine’s mother, Elaine Hall, told CNN affiliate KMGH in 2015 she believed her husband killed her son. A grand jury had issued an indictment for Mark Redwine after establishing probable cause in connection with the killing of his son, Dylan Redwine. In November 2015, Redwine’s skull was found by a group of hikers just over a mile from where the rest of his remains were discovered. The indictment states that at the time of Redwine’s death, his parents were in the middle of a custody battle over the teen. Dylan was 13 when he went missing in November 2012 while staying with his father for the Thanksgiving holiday. Redwine’s blood was found in his father’s living room, and cadaver dogs indicated a deceased person had been the elder Redwine’s living room and the bed of his truck. According to the indictment, in June 2013, some of Redwine’s remains were found in the woods a few miles from his father’s house. “Unfortunately, I was wrong.”
The indictment also states Redwine had plans to confront his father about “compromising” pictures of him. There was no explanation of what the pictures were. 37.212586
-107.763621 “He was very bitter, and very angry and very vengeful, but I never thought he’d take it out on Dylan,” she said. Investigators who studied Redwine’s skull determined he had suffered injuries consistent with blunt force trauma. The teen arrived at his father’s house on November 18, but his father reported him missing the following day.
“I can’t necessarily remember what I said, but all I do remember is regretting for the rest of my life how short the phone call was,” Harry told ITV. I have to deal with that for the rest of my life: not knowing that it was the last time I’d speak to my mum, how differently that conversation would have panned out if I’d had even the slightest inkling that her life was going to be taken that night.”
In the documentary, Prince William said he and his brother had been “running around, minding our own business, playing with our cousins and having a very good time” and were in a rush to say “goodbye, see you later, can I go off?”
“If I’d known what was going to happen I wouldn’t have been quite so blasé about it,” the Duke of Cambridge said. Prince Harry said Diana was a “kid through and through.”
“When everybody says to me, you know, so she was fun, give us an example … all I can hear is her laugh in my head. Prince Harry: "She was one of the naughtiest parents!" pic.twitter.com/zKIcZbe4rf
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2017
The Duke on the 20th anniversary year: "It feels like a good time to remember all the good things about her." pic.twitter.com/Nu338JbBLY
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2017
-0.187724 And I went bright red and didn’t quite know what to say and sort of fumbled, and I think I pretty much fell down the stairs on the way up.”
Watch TRH share some of their favourite memories of their late mother. The Duke of Cambridge said the time felt right to talk about their mother. And that sort of crazy laugh of where there was just pure happiness shown on her face.”
The brothers told the documentary makers that their mother made them feel loved. “Looking back at it now — it’s incredibly hard. The two brothers were at Balmoral Castle in Scotland when Diana called from Paris. His brother added: “It was that love that — that even if she was on the other side of a room … that you, as a son, you could feel it.”
Prince William also shared a story about when Diana surprised him with a meeting with his favorite supermodels. “There’s not many days that go by that I don’t think of her. “That phone call sticks in my mind quite heavily.”
The Duke and Prince Harry are pleased to share 3 photographs from the personal photo album of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. She had arranged “when I came home from school to have Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell waiting at the top of the stairs,” Prince William said. Her 20th anniversary year feels like a good time to … remember, you know, all the good things about her and hopefully provide maybe a different side to her that others haven’t seen before,” he said. While looking through an old photo album during the documentary, the princes recall some of the most joyful moments from their childhood. “We felt, you know, incredibly loved, Harry and I … and I’m very grateful that that love still — still feels there,” Prince William said. In a new documentary set to release on Monday by ITV in Great Britain and HBO in the United States, Prince Harry recalls how quickly he got off the phone with his mother. “I was probably 12 or 13-year-old boy who had posters of them on his wall. “If I’d known that that was the last time I was going to speak to my mother, the things I would have said to her,” he said. pic.twitter.com/mUhzQB08TV
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2017
‘Kid through and through’
The ITV documentary, “Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy,” celebrates the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales, in the 20th year since her death, according to a press release by the network.
Prince William and Prince Harry have spoken of their regret at the brevity of their final phone call with their mother, Princess Diana, just hours before her 1997 death in a car crash in Paris.
Sunny and warm temps today.
Enjoy! Class dates and prices vary. The exhibition is one-of-a-kind in its dynamic, hands-on, and experience-based approach, engaging visitors through participatory learning experiences. SAWDUST ART CLASSES AFTER DARK. Enjoy several days of lunch and dinner fabulousness feasting on a variety of specially priced menus all over Los Angeles now through Friday, July 28th. Check the website:www.sosc.org/PlanePull
Delicious Little Tokyo
It’s a weekend of delicious food and drinks harvested from the streets of Little Tokyo at the “Delicious Little Tokyo” event, invites foodies to experience the restaurants Little Tokyo has to offer. -0-
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PLEASE SEND YOUR INFORMATION TO: Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com Please be sure to provide video with your request. Find two-hundred fascinating artists and their one-of-a-kind creations. Check the website: sawdustartfestival.org for details. Find a participating restaurant at the website: discoverlosangeles.com/dinela-los-angeles-restaurant-week
Seeing Red: 70 Years of Ferrari
Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Boulevard
323 930 2277
Petersen Automotive Museum officials are seeing red. -0-
Something for the Summer! It explores the concept of courage through the lives of the young Japanese Americans of World War II and asks modern visitors to act with similar courage in their own lives. The deadline for your information is EVERY Tuesday 5pm. -0-
Farm Fresh Fun! This is SEEING RED: 70 YEARS OF FERRARI. Here are some Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” suggestions. -0-
Special Olympics Southern
California Plane Pull
Long Beach Airport
2830 East Wardlow Road
Individuals and teams are registering for the Saturday, August 19th, 2017 Special Olympics Plane Pull fundraiser for Special Olympics Southern California. They’re not upset! Children 16 and younger are free. Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center
7700 East Spring Street
Happy Sunday! Olympians Phil Dalhausser and April Ross are among the more than 50 competitors. Have a GREAT Sunday! 2017 Orange County Fair
Now through Sunday, August 13th
88 Fair Drive
714 708 1500
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Gamble House Special Summer Family Tours
The Gamble House
4 Westmoreland Place
626 793 3334
Tour the historic Gamble House for a limited time only! Children learn basic care and responsibility for pets while having fun with friends. These experiences teach the history of the Japanese American World War II story and its relevance to our lives today. The exhibit features ten of the most spectacular and significant cars in the Ferrari brand’s history. -0-
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“Defining Courage Exhibition” @ 11am
Go For Broke National Education Center
355 East 1st Street, Suite 200
This is the “DEFINING COURAGE” in the Little Tokyo’s historic district. New this year? Here’s the link: http://ktla.com/community
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AVP Hermosa Beach Open
Hermosa Beach Pier
1 Pier Avenue
There’s high flying going on WITHOUT an airplane at the Association of Volleyball Professionals, AVP Hermosa Beach Open. -0-
dineL.A. Find fashion, beauty, snacks, décor and more under one roof. spcaLA’s Friends for Life Summer Camp is open and available through the end of August. Participate or donate. They’re celebrating one of the most recognizable manufacturers in automotive history. Don’t forget you can always post your information on the KTLA Community Calendar. Various Los Angeles Restaurants
Eat fabulously! Scholarships are available. PETA Summer Kind Market
PETA Empathy Center
2624 Sunset Boulevard
The NEW PETA Empathy Center in Los Angeles is the location for PETA’s Summer Kind Market. Sawdust Art & Craft Festival
935 Laguna Canyon Road
949 494 3030
Enjoy the 51 annual Sawdust Art and Craft Festival. Reservations are recommended! There are family tours Sundays in July at 11am. spcaLA’s Friends for Life Summer Camp™
spcaLA P.D. Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News. It’s dineLA time. There are new rides, new food, and new critters at this traditional celebration of Summer.
When it was over, Trevino lay dead on the floor of La Cita, the bar he owned in Boyle Heights, his body pierced with 104 stab wounds. But the slaying remained unsolved. On Trevino’s back, carved with a knife, was a symbol resembling a “W.” On a bloodstained bar napkin was another message: a sketch in red ballpoint pen of a skull with two knives through it, framed by the words “Feliz Navidad.”
Detectives interviewed witnesses and sent a piece of latex glove worn by one of the assailants for DNA testing. The last customers had left, and Alfredo Trevino was closing up the bar on Dec. 17, 2001, when two men in ski masks walked in and began stabbing him. 34.029789
-118.211726 Read the full story on LATimes.com. The assailants had also beaten Trevino, a 71-year-old Mexican immigrant, with the cash register but had not taken the money. Hugo Lara is seen in a booking photo released by the Los Angeles Police Department.
Last month, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a motion, introduced by Supervisor Hilda Solis, to look into enforcement for non-permitted cruising events. Read the full story on LATimes.com. Whittier Boulevard has long been a popular playground for cruisers and bikers, as shown in this 1979 file photo. 34.005064
-118.092595 Lowriders and other car lovers have turned out in force this summer for cruising events on Whittier Boulevard in East L.A., a reminder of decades past when cars would congregate and traverse the boulevard. (Credit: Larry Armstrong / Los Angeles Times)
But history appears to be repeating itself — with officials looking once again to enforce cruise control. Solis said upward of 2,000 cars have turned out for cruising events, disrupting bus service and shutting down Whittier Boulevard and surrounding streets, despite a 1997 ordinance that prohibits such events.
In an elementary school turned nursing home, Tasaka Keichi jokes with a group of cheerful old women. (Credit: Emiko Jozuka / CNN)
At 70, he could be mistaken for a resident, but Tasaka isn’t thinking of retiring anytime soon. In many ways, Tasaka is a trailblazer for this incentive. They are encouraged to view their work as a second career. Despite efforts to encourage more senior citizens to work for longer, 80.5 percent of companies in Japan still set their official retirement age at 60, according to a 2015 survey conducted by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. At Cross Hearts, senior workers work alongside younger employees to take care of elderly residents. “I want to study for another caregiving license and take on a managerial role later on,” Tasaka said with a grin. “There should be more pressure on companies to extend mandatory retirement to 65 as a decline in wages really discourages older workers to continue working,” he said. Tasaka Keichi, center, has been working at Cross Hearts in Yokohama, Japan, for the past five years. For some, the possibilities appear endless. Instead, the former tofu-maker is forging a second career as a caregiver to the elderly in Tokyo’s Cross Hearts nursing home. To cope with a growing labor shortage that’s set to hit the caregiving and industrial sectors the hardest, and in the hopes of reinvigorating a stalling economy, the Japanese government has encouraged more seniors and stay-at-home mothers to re-enter the workforce. I actually feel like I’m hanging out with the residents here as opposed to caring for them.”
Catering to a ‘super-aged’ nation
With its fast-declining birthrate and growing cohort of old people, Japan is considered a “super-aged” nation, where more than 20 percent of the population is over 65. In 2013, the government passed a law requiring companies to raise the mandatory retirement age to 65. “It’s also good preventative care for them as if they feel like they have a place to go, that will keep them going.”
According to Adachi, the key to engaging more senior employees is by helping them focus on their caregiving job, not as a part-time wage-filler, but as a second career that they can really develop. The common retirement age in Japan is between 60 and 65, but doctors recently proposed raising it to 75. By 2020, there will be 13 such countries in the world. (Credit: Emiko Jozuka / CNN)
The facility — which has a waiting list of several hundred — sets their official retirement age at 70, but lets people who want to work do so until 80. “Growing old is the first step in losing something, whether that be your sibling, your parent, or your role in society … the good thing about elderly carers, is that they really understand how our elderly residents are feeling,” she said. For the past five years, he’s ferried day care residents to and from their homes, and helped feed and provided companionship to others. In many countries, these jobs would be filled by foreign workers but Japan lacks a concrete immigration policy has resulted in older citizens staying in employment for longer. He lives in one of the facility’s neighboring apartment complexes and is just one of a couple of dozen employees over 65, who work alongside both younger Japanese and foreign staff. Developing second careers
Cross Hearts executive director Seiko Adachi told CNN that many of her more senior charges are motivated through their interaction with younger workers and older residents. This has created a situation where many companies rehire senior workers at lower salaries once they pass retirement age, according to Atsushi Seike, an economist at Keio University in Japan. But full compliance isn’t required until 2025. “I don’t feel limited by my age.”
139.691706 “I’m old too so I can understand what these seniors are going through. “I always had an interest in caregiving, and pensioners don’t receive much in Japan, so I’m really thankful that this opportunity existed here for me,” Tasaka told CNN.