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Poisonous Pot Found in Some Los Angeles-Area Stores
Some of the marijuana products sold by Southern California stores and delivery services are loaded with banned toxic chemicals that could make you sick, according to an NBC4 I-Team investigation. Here's what the investigation found.
Santa Anita Park Facing Rash of Racehorse Deaths
One day after Santa Anita announced it was closing the track on Monday and Tuesday for surface and soil sampling amid a rash of racehorse deaths, another horse died during training Monday morning, the Los Angeles Times reported. We'll have updates on the story here.
Passengers Stranded 2 Nights on Amtrak Train
Nearly 200 people were stuck on a Los Angeles-bound Amtrak train in rural eastern Oregon for two nights after it hit a tree that fell onto the tracks in a snowed-in city dealing with power outages. Click here for the story.
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What's the Deal With Jerry Seinfeld's Phony Porsche Lawsuit?
The comedian says a California dealer from which he bought a car left him stranded in a dispute over its authenticity when he sold it to someone else. All about the clash over a Porsche.