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4 to Watch: 118-Year-Old Woman Shares the Secret to a Long Life

Take a look at four stories we're watching Friday July 27, 2018.

1. Secret to a Long Life is "Good Food"

A 118-year-old woman, who's watched an entire century of historical events pass by, shared her secret to a long life: good food. The woman, who lives in Jalisco, Mexico, attributes her health to eating "good food" specifically from the desert. Click here to learn more about her life and see the specific foods she claims are the fountain of youth.

Woman Who Reached 118 Years Old Says the Secret is 'Good Food'

2. Man Charged With Setting Multiple Fires

A 32-year-old man suspected of setting nine fires including the fast-moving 11,500-acre Cranston Fire was charged Friday with 15 felony counts. The fire has scorched five homes and forced evacuation orders. Here's what you need to know about the fire and suspect.

[UPDATED 7/30] PHOTOS: Cranston Fire Tears Through Riverside County Mountain Communities


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3. Own a Piece of Disneyland History

If you're an ultimate Disney fan, this auction is for you. Dubbed the "That's From Disneyland!" auction, more than 750 items from the collection of collector Richard Kraft are going up on the block, including an actual Haunted Mansion buggy. Click here to see the items up for bidding Aug. 25 and 26.

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4. Gold Tribute Around LA Saturday

Landmarks around Los Angeles will light up in gold at sunset to honor the late LA Times food critic Jonathan Gold. Look out for the LAX pylons, Santa Monica Ferris wheel and brand new El Segundo LA Times building to be illuminated. Here's the full list of buildings and sites set to honor Gold Saturday, July 28. 

Muralist Memorializes Late LA Times Food Critic Jonathan Gold

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