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Ohio Woman Caught Soliciting Sex Wanted Cash, Nachos: Police

Hotlosz was apparently very adamant about getting the nachos, asking the officer at least four times for them, the station reported. Hotlosz, 36, is accused of advertising her services on Youngstown and telling an undercover police officer she would provide a sex act for $60 and nachos, according to a police report obtained by the Cleveland-area television station. Beaver Township is about 80 miles southeast of Cleveland. A 36-year-old woman from Ohio was arrested in Beaver Township this week after allegedly soliciting sex for cash and nachos, KTLA sister station WWJ reported Thursday. 40.943537
-80.677079 Crystal D. She was arrested on suspicion of solicitation and taken to the Mahoning County Jail. The suspect allegedly met the officer in a Los Gallos Mexican Restaurant parking lot in the area on Monday, Beaver Township police said. The man who drove her to the restaurant parking lot was also taken into custody and jailed, according to the station. After telling the officer what she would do, she asked for the money and nachos, WJW reported. Crystal D. Hotlosz is seen in a mugshot released by the Beaver Police Department and obtained by KTLA sister station WJW.

Celebrating Jessica’s 40th Birthday With Personalized Gifts

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In celebration of Jessica’s 40th birthday, Megan, Frank, Mark and Sam Jessica surprised her with personalized gifts. Jessica and Megan’s matching tank tops and hat personalized by Cal Pro Sports

The artwork of Jessica and Mark on their Yacht created by Michael Farhat of Art Mobb

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Thursday Forecast: Cooler Temps, Gusty Winds

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Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Nov. 17, 2016.

L.A. City Leaders Will Fight to Protect Undocumented Immigrants From Deportation Under Trump

He has called on his colleagues to create a new position of Immigrant Advocate at City Hall. City Leaders Will Fight to Protect Undocumented Immigrants From Deportation Under Trump

Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, appearing at a press conference in May. Wesson said he wants the City Council to create a new position of immigrant advocate and come up with strategies for protecting all federal grants, loans and other funds during the Trump administration. (Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

L.A. Education Board Sends Message to Trump: Schools Will Stay ‘Safe Zones’ for Students in U.S. Illegally
LAPD Will Not Help Deport Immigrants Under Trump Administration: Chief Beck residents from being deported. 34.052234

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Los Angeles city leaders are considering a series of moves designed to protect immigrants in this city illegally in the wake of Donald Trump’s election, including the hiring of an immigration advocate and policies to prevent L.A. He has called on his colleagues to create a new position of Immigrant Advocate at City Hall. Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, appearing at a press conference in May. “These concerns should not be underestimated,” he wrote. Click here to read the full story on Worried that Trump will pursue mass deportations once in office, Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson announced the effort Thursday, saying Angelenos are “deeply concerned” about changes to federal immigration policies under Trump. He also asked city analysts to provide a formal definition of “sanctuary city” and determine how such a term might affect Los Angeles.

The Orignal Cast of “Star Trek” Reunite

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Entertainment Reporter Doug Kolk was along for all the fun and festivities that ensued when the original cast of “Star Trek” joined forces for a galactically-awesome reunion.

Johnathan Schaech Talks “Legends of Tomorrow”

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Johnathan Schaech stopped by the KTLA Morning news to talk Jessica’s birthday, KTLA construction, and his new role on “Legends of Tomorrow” airing Thursday nights at 8pm on The CW.

Donald Trump to Meet With Mitt Romney This Weekend on Possible Cabinet Role

Miller declined Thursday to provide a timetable for cabinet appointments, stressing that the focus is on “getting it right,” rather than an “arbitrary timetable,” echoing the comments of senior Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. It also comes as Trump has a jam-packed schedule Thursday and the President-elect’s team looks to tamp down reports of disarray and infighting within the transition effort, which has been slow to ramp up following Trump’s shocking upset victory last week. Meetings with Haley, Kissinger, business leaders
As he focuses on filling key national security posts, Trump will seek the counsel of 93-year-old former Secretary of State Kissinger. Pence, nobody should expect the government to be formed overnight,” Conway said Thursday morning on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “Nobody is in a rush to do the wrong thing.”
Trump will seek ideas on his administration from nine “top shelf people” he is set to meet with Thursday at Trump Tower, some of whom Miller said are “up for cabinet positions” — though he did not specify which ones. Following the national security landing team announcement Friday, the transition team will also announce early next week the names of individuals who will lead the transition with economic agencies and domestic policy agencies and groups, RNC communications director Sean Spicer said on a conference call with reporters Thursday. In a June interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Romney warned that Trump’s presidency could usher in “trickle-down racism.”
Romney and Trump’s meeting will come a week after Romney called to congratulate Trump on his victory, a call Trump tweeted was “very nice!”
Packed schedule to show transition is on track
Trump is meeting Thursday with more than a half-dozen potential candidates for top administration posts, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Romney also actively sought to recruit a third-party candidate to carry the conservative banner into the 2016 general election and continued to level heated criticism against Trump in the general election. The source declined to specify for which Cabinet positions Romney is under consideration. In an eviscerating speech last March, before Trump clinched the Republican nomination, Romney slammed Trump as a “con man,” a “phony” and “a fraud.”
Romney refused to endorse Trump in the general election. In the eight days since Trump’s victory, the President-elect replaced New Jersey Gov. On the stump, Trump repeatedly argued that Japan should pay a larger share of the costs for US military bases on its soil and even suggested the country should shoulder a greater burden of its defense against the aggressive actions of North Korea and provocations from China. Trump is also scheduled to meet with his transition team for two hours on Friday to discuss their progress and go over potential appointments, Trump spokesman Jason Miller said Thursday. The meeting is the latest in a series of Trump’s conversations and encounters with Republicans who did not support his candidacy in an effort to reunite the GOP following a divisive election that fractured party leaders past the Republican primary and into the general election. Trump will also meet with Nikki Haley, the South Carolina governor who was deeply critical of Trump during the Republican primary, who is under consideration for the secretary of state post and other cabinet positions, according to a transition source. Trump’s transition spokesmen also announced Thursday he will name members of the so-called “landing team” of transition officials to work with US officials at the departments of State, Defense Justice and the the National Security Council. The Japanese prime minister is set to deliver remarks to the press following the meeting, and his remarks will be an important indication of how the US-Japan relationship will unfold under a Trump administration. The President-elect will also meet with a pair of Fortune 500 CEOs, Oracle’s Safra Catz and FedEx’s Fred Smith, as well as Cincinnati Mayor Ken Blackwell and Texas Rep. Jeb Hensarling, who is under consideration to helm the Treasury Department. A Romney appointment would be a startling shift in the two men’s relationship. Mitt Romney speaks at the Washington Ideas Forum on Sept. Romney returned fire, repeatedly and forcefully arguing that Trump was not qualified to serve as commander-in-chief. Concerns about the slow pace of the transition effort have grown in recent days as US officials at various agencies said they had still not yet established contact with the Trump transition team. He argued In favor of allowing the Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson onto the debate stage, but did not endorse him either. (Credit: left, Win McNamee/Getty Images; right, John Moore/Getty Images)
The two men are set to meet this weekend to discuss “governing moving forward” and potentially a role for Romney in Trump’s Cabinet, the source said. “In the words of Vice President Biden just yesterday after meeting with Mr. Trump, who endorsed Romney in 2012, repeatedly slammed the former GOP standard bearer during his ultimately successful bid for the a Republican nomination for his defeat to President Barack Obama, describing him in characteristically colorful terms as a failure. 30, 2015, left. Donald Trump speaks at his Mar-A-Lago Club on Super Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Palm Beach, Florida. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

President-elect Donald Trump will meet this weekend with one of his fiercest critics: 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney, a senior Republican source told CNN on Thursday. Mike Rogers, the current director of the National Security Agency, and Gen Jack Keane, a retired four star general who advised Clinton in recent years. Chris Christie as chairman of the transition with Vice President-elect Mike Pence and a slew of transition officials who worked under Christie were subsequently booted from the transition effort. Trump has announced RNC chairman Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff and his campaign CEO Steve Bannon as chief strategist and senior counselor. 38.907192
-77.036871 “My transition team, which is working long hours and doing a fantastic job, will be seeing many great candidates today. Shinzo Abe
Trump is also set to meet Thursday in New York with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the first foreign head of state Trump will have met with in person since becoming president-elect. Trump met with Kissinger for a private meeting in May, but the hawkish former secretary of state has also advised Trump’s presidential rival Hillary Clinton, who said she “relied on his counsel” during her time helming the State Department. And continuing with the national security bend of the day, Trump will also meet with Adm. #MAGA,” Trump tweeted.

Ally Brooke of ‘Fifth Harmony’ Discusses Being an Ambassador for ‘March of Dimes’

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The lovely and talented Ally Brooke stopped by the KTLA Morning News to talk about how being in the girl-power pop group Fifth Harmony has changed her life and her work as an ambassador with March of Dimes. For more information on March of Dimes or how you can get involved visit This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on November 16th, 2016.

Pink’s to Celebrate 77th Anniversary by Offering 77-Cent Chili Dogs Thursday Night

The local business continues to be family owned and operated, and has expanded to 10 locations, including in Southern California, Las Vegas and Ohio, according to its website. Patrons will be limited to ordering up to seven chili dogs in order to keep the lines, which are often quite long, moving. All proceeds from the 77-minute event will be donated to the Bob Hope USO at Los Angeles International Airport, which will benefit those who serve in the U.S. The deal is good for just 77 minutes — from 7 p.m. military, according to a news release. 34.083446

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Pink’s Hot Dogs Celebrate National Chili Day Pink’s chili dogs normally cost $4.40. — at the stand’s location near the corner of La Brea and Melrose avenues, according to the company. Pink’s Famous Hot Dogs, the iconic hot dog stand in Los Angeles, will be offering chili dogs for 77 cents for a limited amount of time Thursday night in celebration of its 77th anniversary. to 8:17 p.m. Founded by Paul and Betty Pink, who began selling their hot dogs from a cart on La Brea Avenue in 1939, Pink’s has become a Hollywood landmark.

Stephen Hawking: We’ve Got as Little as 1,000 Years to Find New Place to Live

Despite all of his gloom and doom, Hawking did end with some positive notes, according to British newspaper The Independent. Try to make sense of what you see, wonder about what makes the universe exist,” he said. “Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. “Be curious. Meanwhile, Space X CEO Elon Musk has already laid out his plans to colonize Mars within the next century. “Although the chance of a disaster to planet Earth in a given year may be quite low, it adds up over time, and becomes a near certainty in the next 1,000 or 10,000 years,” Hawking said in the speech, according to the Christian Science Monitor. It matters that you don’t just give up.”

-3.435973 NASA is busy searching for “goldilocks” — exoplanets that might be able sustain human life. Speaking earlier this week at Oxford University Union, Hawking says our best chance for survival as a species is to leave the only home we’ve ever known and establish colonies on other planets. “By that time we should have spread out into space, and to other stars, so a disaster on Earth would not mean the end of the human race.”
And the pace of space exploration seems to be ramping up. (Credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Stephen Hawking: We’ve Got as Little as 1,000 Years to Find New Place to Live

World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking answers questions with the help of a voice synthesizer during a news conference at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Bombay, in 2001. However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. (Credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Humanity might not survive another 1,000 years on Earth, according to noted theoretical scientist and astronomer Stephen Hawking. World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking answers questions with the help of a voice synthesizer during a news conference at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Bombay, in 2001.

Arizona Grandmother’s Accidental Invite to Wrong Teen for Thanksgiving Dinner Goes Viral

I think this maybe a little more important than what I thought it was.’ Because of all the racial tension that’s in the country.”
Wednesday evening, two days after the text was sent, Hinton met Dench in person and she officially invited him and his family to their Thanksgiving; Hinton happily accepted. “I just went with my gut and said, ‘Sure, Grandmas feed everybody,'” Dench said. Hinton took a screenshot of the act of kindness and put it on Twitter. “I said basically Thanksgiving my house, this date, this time let me know if you’re going to come,” Dench said, adding “I got a text asking who is this and I said it’s Grandma!”
At that point in the conversation, Hinton was confused because he didn’t recognize the number, so to confirm it was actually his grandmother, he made a request. “I asked for a picture and she sent a picture, and I sent one back so she can confirm that I’m not her grandson, and it went from there,” Hinton said. “From what I kept reading, I thought, ‘Oh my gosh! When KPHO asked Dench about it, she said she thought the request was strange but decided to send a selfie.  

-111.093731 Hinton says he jokingly asked if the invitation still stood. Jamal Hinton, a high school senior, was in class on Monday when he got a text from a number he didn’t know inviting him for a holiday dinner, television station KPHO in Phoenix reported. Do you have an extra plate for me?’ And they were just starting to roll in and I’m like, ‘What is going on?'” she said. Her daughter then explained the exchange, which included her phone number, had been posted online and she was an internet sensation. For her part, Wench had no clue it had been posted anywhere, so when her phone started receiving numerous messages, she was confused. By Wednesday morning, she’d received over 650 text messages and dozens of calls and voicemails she ended up having to change her number. Dench said after she recovered from the embarrassment of sending a selfie to a complete stranger, she decided she should respond. “I got a text back from somebody I don’t know who said,’ You’re not my grandma, but can I still have a plate?'” said Dench. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

A wrong number might be bringing two Arizona families together for Thanksgiving. “With all the Donald Trump going on and all the racial comments going on, it’s kind of good to see there’s still good people out there,” Hinton said. “She said that I can have a plate and that I’m actually invited now,” Hinton said. “I started getting these texts saying, ‘Can I come too, Grandma? “I was stunned,” said Dench. It has since been retweeted over 150,000 times. The woman, Wanda Dench, had intended the message to go to her grandson, but she had the wrong number and sent it instead to Hinton. “At first I thought, ‘Well this is annoying,’ until I started reading some people’s texts who were saying thank you so much, you’re such a kind person to let this young man into your home,” she said.

Washington State Lawmaker Proposes Creating New Crime That Would Punish Protesters

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Washington State Sen. “I respect the right to protest, but when it endangers people’s lives and property, it goes too far,” the Republican said in a news release. Accomplices may be required to pay restitution up to triple the amount of economic damage.”
“We are not just going after the people who commit these acts of terrorism,” Ericksen said. “Fear, intimidation and vandalism are not a legitimate form of political expression. “We are going after the people who fund them.  But we’re already concerned that some of its loose terms  appear to be targeting  civil disobedience as ‘terrorism.’  That’s the kind of excessive approach to peaceful protest that our country and state do not need.”
“Let’s keep in mind that civil rights protesters who sat down at lunch counters could be seen as ‘disrupting business’ and ‘obstructing economic activity,’ and their courageous actions were opposed by segregationists as trying to ‘coerce business and government.'”


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No Arrests or Vandalism After Hundreds Attend Anti-Trump Protest in Former Republican Stronghold Orange County Doug Ericksen said Wednesday he is preparing a bill that would create a new crime of “economic terrorism” that would allow felony prosecution of protesters who block streets, cause property damage, threaten jobs and put public safety at risk in his state. Doug Honig, of the ACLU of Washington, said in reaction:  “The statement throws out a lot of broad rhetoric, and we’ll need to see an actual bill. Those who employ it must be called to account.”
Ericksen said the bill, which is being prepared for next year’s legislative session, would allow felony prosecution “of those who intentionally break the law in an attempt to intimidate or coerce private citizens or the government by obstructing economic activity.”
He didn’t indicate who would determine when protesters become economic terrorists, according to KTLA sister station KCPQ. Wealthy donors should not feel safe in disrupting middle class jobs.”
His measure would not apply in cases of lawful and protected activities, such as strikes and picketing, he said. Ericksen said the penalties would also apply “to those who fund, organize, sponsor or otherwise encourage others to commit acts of economic terrorism.