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Kaiser Hosts Drug Take-Back Day

Kaiser Hosts Drug Take-Back Day

The Los Angeles Police Department and Drug Enforcement Administration encourage people to dispose of their expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs at Kaiser Permanente facilities on Saturday. Kaiser Woodland Hills at 5601 De Soto Ave. (parking lot No. 3) and Kaiser Panorama City at 13652 Cantara St. (North 3 Medical Office) are participating in the […]

Warner Center Shifting to Transit Focus

Warner Center Shifting to Transit Focus

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a plan which will create better access for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users in Warner Center during the next 22 years. Councilmember Bob Blumenfield said the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan represents a “major shift in planning policy.” “In the 1970s, the first Warner Center plan […]

Former Fire Station Could Become Park

Former Fire Station Could Become Park

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield is seeking public input about the future of a former Woodland Hills fire station. Fire Station 84 moved to an upgraded facility at 21050 Burbank Blvd. in 2007. The old city-owned property at the corner of Canoga Avenue and Costanso Street remains vacant, but funding has been identified for […]

El Camino Students Work for Green Campus

El Camino Students Work for Green Campus

Approximately 250 El Camino Real Charter High School students went to school Saturday, but they were carrying shovels rather than books. Wearing “Start the change” shirts, the school’s varsity athletes and Humanitas students planted trees, pulled weeds and placed wood chips in the 75 planters and tree wells on campus. All of the resources, including […]

Vegetation Fire Threatens Woodland Hills Home

Vegetation Fire Threatens Woodland Hills Home

Firefighters extinguished a vegetation fire that reached the back patio of a home in Woodland Hills early Saturday afternoon. Crews were dispatched to 5124 Allentown Place near Ventura Boulevard at 11:45 a.m., according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey. The fire was knocked down in 19 minutes and was confined to the grass, […]

Woodland Hills Home Damaged by Fire

Woodland Hills Home Damaged by Fire

A one-story residence in Woodland Hills was damaged by a fire Thursday afternoon. According to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott, firefighters were dispatched to 7432 Asman Ave. at 4:29 p.m. with reports of a fire in one room. The fire was knocked down in 11 minutes. No injuries were reported. The cause of […]

Halloween Harvest Festival a Family Affair

Halloween Harvest Festival a Family Affair

The ninth-annual Halloween Harvest Festival kicked off Friday at the Pierce College Farm Center in Woodland Hills. The festival – which runs through Nov. 3 – brings in thousands of people from across the San Fernando Valley for the pumpkin patch, hay rides, corn maze, petting zoo, rock wall, kids’ rides and haunted attractions. Manager […]

Cross-Country Ride Honors Drowning Victim

Cross-Country Ride Honors Drowning Victim

A Wyoming man whose 6-year-old daughter died during a swimming lesson in 2004 brought his message of water safety to the San Fernando Valley on Wednesday. On Sept. 8, Russ Reddick began a 10,000-mile journey from Casper, Wyo., to the “four corners” of the United States. He is raising money for the Drowning Support Network […]

Former Music Executive Attacked, Held Hostage

Former Music Executive Attacked, Held Hostage

A former music executive was critically injured Sunday morning while his girlfriend’s ex-husband held them hostage with a machete in Woodland Hills, according to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Topanga Division. The incident began at about 8 a.m. in the 4700 block of Nomad Drive. Benham Vasseghi, 57, allegedly held the couple for hours captive […]

Sherman Defends Obama’s ‘Red Line’ on Syria

Sherman Defends Obama’s ‘Red Line’ on Syria

U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) defended President Barack Obama’s “red line” at a town hall meeting Sunday at El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills. Sherman said he asked his colleagues on the House Foreign Affairs Committee if they had criticized or disassociated themselves from Obama’s statement last year that the use of […]

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