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Tonight's Best LA Shows - Oct. 18 - Lizzo, Ms. Lauryn Hill, J.S. Ondara Tonight's best concerts in Los Angeles for Friday, Oct. 18 feature: Lizzo at the Hollywood Palladium, Ms. Lauryn Hill at The Mayan, J.S. Ondara at Troubadour, Surf Curse at Fonda Theatre and more! Check out the full listing for tonight's best shows below!

GALA, an All-Girls STEM School, Will Watch the First All-Female Spacewalk Live "This is particularly meaningful to them as they are a STEM-focused school for girls," Samuel C. Gilstrap, Los Angeles Unified School District public information officer said.

Pasadena School Board Eyes Further School Closures Over Declining Enrollment Pasadena's school district is losing students — about 1,200 students in the past five years — forcing the board of education to tackle the issue of closing some schools in order to keep the district solvent.

Man Killed in Luxury DTLA Apartment Building A man in his 30s was killed Thursday in a shooting at Watermarke Tower, a luxury downtown LA apartment complex, according to the LAPD. Police responded about 6:50 p.m. to a report of a shooting in the 700 block of West Ninth Street, near Flower Street, where the victim was pronounced dead, LAPD said.

Preliminary Magnitude 3.7 Earthquake Strikes Near Compton A preliminary magnitude 3.7 earthquake struck just after midnight Friday morning in the Compton area, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor was reported at 12:19 a.m. There were no immediate reports of damage.

Earthquake: 3.7-Magnitude Quake Hits Compton COMPTON - A preliminary 3.7-magnitude earthquake was reported Friday at 12:19 a.m. in Compton, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake was approximately 15 miles below the surface of the earth.

Mulvaney links delay in Ukraine aid to DOJ investigation into 2016 — live updates The acting White House chief of staff said a delay in hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Ukraine over the summer was driven partly by a desire to pressure the country into cooperating with a Justice Department investigation into supposed Ukrainian involvement in the 2016 U.S.

Mexican authorities locate son of "El Chapo" after gunfight in Sinaloa state It wasn't immediately clear if Ovidio Guzmán was taken into custody.

Kawhi Leonard receives warm reception in Vancouver, but Clippers drop preseason finale to Dallas Leonard finished with 13 points on 5-for-19 shooting, and had four steals, three rebounds and two assists in his second dress rehearsal with his new team, which finished the preseason 2-3, their only wins coming against opponents from China and Australia.

Sabres hand Kings their 2nd consecutive shutout loss "Hutton was great. Every time that it seemed like they might sneak back into the game, he was making a big save," Mittelstadt said. This year the Sabres are off to a tremendous 6-1-1 start. They lead an Atlantic Division that features last year's conference champion, the Boston Bruins, and Presidents' Trophy winners, the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Connected By A Thread: Teen Girls Keep Holocaust Survivor's Story Alive It took Holocaust survivor Trudie Strobel four decades before she was able to open up about the day the Nazis forced her and her mother into a cattle car in Russia. Now, her artwork will be shown in a December exhibit at the Harvard-Westlake School's Feldman Gallery.

UCLA dominates, ends 11-game drought against Stanford Dorian Thompson-Robinson accounts for three first-half touchdowns, Joshua Kelley rushes for 176 yards and a score and the Bruins sack Stanford third-string QB Jack West seven times in a 34-16 victo…

1 Dead Of Gunshot Wounds In Downtown High Rise, Police Investigating LOS ANGELES - Police were investigating a deadly shooting in downtown Los Angeles Thursday night. According to reports from the scene, a person was found dead on the 24th floor of a residential complex near the intersection of 9th and Flower streets.

Seniors At Mobile Home Park In Long Beach Angry That Their Rents Are Going Up $355 A Month LONG BEACH - People living at a senior mobile home park in Long Beach are upset that their rent is going up 35 percent. Many of the residents living in the area own their homes but rent out the space.

Tow Truck Caravan Honors Coworker Killed While Working in Riverside Dozens of Riverside tow truck drivers rolled out Thursday with horns blaring and lights flashing in a touching tribute to a fellow driver who was killed while on the job. Riverside police said Jesse Martinez, 27, was shot Oct. 7 during an argument with a customer near the intersection of Magnolia and Bandini avenues.

UCLA's Dorian Thompson-Robinson starts, finds groove early at Stanford West was sacked five times in the first half, including on consecutive third-down plays. - UCLA senior linebacker Krys Barnes, also listed as questionable with an undisclosed ailment, started and had an immediate impact. Barnes had a sack and a pass deflection in the first quarter.

Ambassador Susan Rice with Mayor Eric Garcetti Rice served as National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

Jalen Ramsey Found Out He Got Traded to the Rams While Eating Tacos The Los Angeles Rams newest star player is a trash-talking, taco-eating, perennial talent that should make an immediate impact in the Rams depleted secondary.

For Rams' offensive line, changes keep coming in a rush With Noteboom out for the year, coach Sean McVay said rookie David Edwards probably will play left guard Sunday against the Falcons in Atlanta, becoming the fourth Rams interior lineman to make his first NFL start this season.

USC notebook: Trojans trying to up the offensive pace USC was encouraged by its tempo in the second half against Notre Dame, when the Trojans ran 34 plays in four drives, compared to 38 in seven drives in the first half. "There were a few times we were third-and-short and tempo'd them and they weren't even set when we snapped the ball," Slovis said.

Map: Where Southern California Edison may shut off power due to fire risk Southern California Edison is now considering shutting off power due to the high fire danger in areas that serve almost 33,600 customers in eight counties, the utility said Thursday, Oct. 17. That includes about 4,200 customers in Los Angeles County, 3,900 customers in San Bernardino County and 2,700 customers in Riverside County.

Highway 101 Closed, El Capitan Campground Evacuated as Wildfire Burns Near Gaviota A wind-driven fire burning near Gaviota in Santa Barbara County prompted the closure of Highway 101 and the evacuation of the coastal El Capitan campground Thursday afternoon. The Real Fire was reported around 4:30 p.m. and appeared to be burning toward the ocean.

Saddleridge fire victims start rebuilding process at Sylmar disaster assistance center This was the first day city and county officials opened the disaster assistance center at the Sylmar Recreation Center, not far from where the now 8,391-acre fire began on Thursday, Oct. 10.

L.A. revenue hits all-time high, but spending also rises That figure was bolstered by all-time high revenues from property, business, sales and hotel taxes. The reported noted that the city collected more than $70 million in cannabis business and sales taxes. While revenue jumped by 8.6%, spending grew by 4.5% over the previous year to reach $8.23 billion.

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