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L.A. dominates in television pilot production despite fierce competition

Los Angeles maintained its dominance in the field of television pilot production despite fierce competition from other states, FilmLA's latest report confirmed.

According to the report released on Tuesday, nearly half of total television pilots were produced in Los Angeles during the... read more

Media Temple launches new managed service for customers using AWS

In a recent announcement, Media Temple - a Web hosting and cloud services provider based in Los Angeles - has revealed that it has rolled out a new managed service for customers who use Amazon Web Services (AWS).

The new managed service released by GoDaddy-owned Media Temple has... read more

E3 2015: Women showed their emerging presence in video game arena

The emerging presence of women in the video-gaming arena was aptly visible at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) held at the Convention center in Los Angeles this week.

The three-day E3 show essentially gives videogame makers a chance to unfold their forthcoming creations; and... read more

Nintendo launches ‘Earthbound Beginnings’ RPG on Wii U Virtual Console in US, Europe

Kicking off the Nintendo World Championships event days ahead of the Electronic Entertainment Expo gaming tradeshow in Los Angeles, Nintendo announced a surprise reveal --- the West-side release of its 1989 role-playing game (RPG) ‘Mother’ under the title ‘Earthbound Beginnings.’

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L.A. Airport car crash leaves 9-year-old girl & 2 others injured

Three people, including a 9-year-old girl, received multiple injuries when a car crashed into a terminal building at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday evening, authorities confirmed.

Brian Humphrey, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department, told reporters that the girl... read more

Newly Developed Blood Tests can Diagnose Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Dr. Mark Pimentel of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has developed two simple blood tests to diagnose irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

It is considered to be a big relief, as around 25 million to 45 million Americans suffer from this gastrointestinal condition, which leads to... read more

‘One Day Without Shoes’ spreads awareness about mossy foot disease

Toms Shoes has launched the 'One Day Without Shoes' Campaign. It will carry out the program from May 5 to May 21. With this program, everyone can contribute in the effort by Toms. The campaign is asking people to Instagram the tagged photos of their bare feet.

According to a Los Angeles... read more

Cadillac will likely unveil next-gen SRX SUV at LA Auto Show in November

The Cadillac brand will likely unveil its next-generation SRX SUV at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which is scheduled to be held in November.

The next-generation Cadillac SRX SUV will apparently get a new name which is expected to begin with 'XT' for Crossover Touring; as well as a number... read more

Scott Disick enjoys in Las Vegas after one week at Costa Rican rehab

Reality TV star Scott Disick informed that he will surely spend more time at Costa Rican rehab as he loves being there. Disick said that media reports about his early exit from rehab were incorrect. He added that as per the plan, he had to stay only for a week at Rythmia Life Advancement Center... read more

Scientists Find 30 New Fly Spices in Urban Los Angeles

Scientists after carrying out a survey revealed the presence of nearly 30 new fly species in urban Los Angeles. The survey was conducted under the BioSCAN project by researchers from the National History Museum of Los Angeles County.

The survey was done with the help of local residents... read more

Jean-Claude Van Damme’s wife Gladys Portugues again files for divorce

Actor Jean-Claude Van Damme’s wife Gladys Portugues has again filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences, according to a report published by celebrity news website TMZ. The report informed that Gladys Portugues has asked for spousal support in the documents filed in the court.

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Parachute jump accident kills Navy SEAL

According to Navy officials, a parachute jump accident killed a Navy SEAL on Wednesday. As per two officials, the SEAL's parachute damaged during training near Perris, California. The officials didn't reveal much because they were not permitted to do so; they were not allowed to reveal details... read more

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