High electricity demand during a heat wave in Los Angeles leaves 34,500 residents without power, some for up to 24 hours.
Thousands of Los Angeles residents were left without power Saturday morning after a heat wave prompted high electricity demand throughout the city.
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Over 31,000 teachers, nurses, counselors and librarians in Los Angeles, who have been without a contract for more than a year, go on a strike to demand higher pay after negotiations for improved compensation and work conditions failed.
"God of War" is named Game of the Year at The Game Awards annual awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
Police in California arrest Ramon Escobar, 47, on charges of killing and assaulting homeless people, and are investigating whether he may have attacked a fisherman napping beneath a pier, in the cities of Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California. Authorities believe Escobar may be a serial killer, who is now a person of interest in the disappearance of his aunt and uncle in Houston, Texas.
A gunman is arrested for one count of murder after killing a woman then taking dozens of people hostage at a Trader Joe's in Los Angeles, California.
The heat-related death toll in the Canadian province of Quebec rises to 70, with 34 of those occurring in Montreal.