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Five Rescued as Gusher Drenches UCLA's Campus


A 93-year-old, 30-inch diameter water main ruptured and blew open a 15-foot sinkhole.






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Raging Yosemite Wildfire Threatens Giant Sequoias


Crews backed by an extensive aerial fleet have increased the El Portal wildfire's containment from 19 to 34 percent.






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How Will UCLA Deal With 10 Million Gallons of Water?


"We lost ... around 35,000 gallons a minute, which is not ideal in the worst drought in the city's history," City Councilman Paul Koretz says.






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Carjacker's 57-Year Prison Sentence Ruled 'Unjust'


U.S. District Judge John Gleeson re-sentenced Francois Holloway to time served — about two decades — after telling him he deserved a second chance.






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Man Discovers Dad's Killer Coaching Youth Baseball


One of the men who beat Joey Mathews' father to death in 1988 and served prison time for it was coaching a Little League team in Chicago.






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Bear Bolts Through Smoke-Filled California Forest


A photo distributed by the Madera County Sheriff's department shows a bear running through smoke in Sierra National Forest, Calif., on Tuesday.






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Whale Watching Boat Gets Stranded at Sea


A group of whale watchers were forced to spend the night at sea because their boat became entangled in an huge underwater net 15 miles off the Massachusetts coast. Jay Gray reports.






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Last Crew Member of Hiroshima Bomber Enola Gay Dies


The last surviving member of the Enola Gaya has died in Georgia at the age of 93.






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2010: Van Kirk Remembers His Time With the Enola Gay


In 2010 WXIA's Jeff Hullinger sat down with Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk  to look back on his time in the service with his fellow World War II soldiers and shared his opinions on how America should intervene in global conflicts in the future.






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Utility Charged With Obstruction in Fatal Gas Blast


Pacific Gas & Electric is accused of lying to regulators in connection with the fatal 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a San Bruno neighborhood.






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Water Main Break Causes Massive Flooding Near UCLA


A water main break soaked Sunset Boulevard near UCLA Wednesday afternoon, trapping multiple cars and a bus.






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UCLA Campus Under Water After Water Main Breaks


On Tuesday evening, a huge water main break on Sunset Boulevard flooded the UCLA campus.






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UCLA Sports Arena Under Water After Water Main Breaks


On Tuesday evening, a huge water main break on Sunset Boulevard flooded the UCLA campus.






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Water Main Break Sparks Flooding Near UCLA


Video posted on Instagram shows the extent of the flooding near UCLA after a water main breaks.






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Alleged Carjacker's Mother Turned Down $110K Reward


The mother of an alleged carjacker was offered a $110,000 reward for turning her son over to police, but turned the money down.






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'I Never Saw Them' Says Pilot in Deadly Beach Crash


Pilot Karl Kokomoor sent "my heartfelt apologies" to the family of a dad and daughter killed when his single-engine plane crashed in Florida.






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Martha Stewart Explains: 'Why I Love My Drone'


The lifestyle maven got a drone last year as a birthday present, and apparently life hasn’t been the same since then.






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Deadly Skin Cancer Cases Jump 200 Percent Since 1973


The U.S. Surgeon General warns that skin cancer is a "major public health problem" and is urging Americans to take immediate preventive measures.
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Death Defying: Women Get Run Over by Train and Live


Video shows two women, trapped on railroad bridge, lay down on tracks as a train passes over them.






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Hundreds Fight and Beat Back Yosemite Wildfire


Crews were able to beat back a wildfire burning in Yosemite National Park Tuesday, bringing containment up from 5 percent to 19 percent.






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