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Eagle Rock - A converted garage on Norwalk Avenue caught fire this morning. Thirty-one firefighters managed to extinguish it in about 20 minute, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

A pursuit of a reckless driver tonight ended when a California Highway Patrol cruiser crashed into the vehicle, pinning it, before removing a person from inside and taking him into custody at an Eagle Rock gas station.

Even though the county is giving the okay, some restaurants are still wondering whether it’s safe yet to seat customers. Plus, if they add outdoor seating, does that mean another business loses a parking space? And lest we forget, outdoor seating was allowed before and then taken away after time and money were spent.

Eagle Rock -  A man whose body was found in the rubble of a 110- year-old hillside house in Eagle Rock that was destroyed by a fire earlier this week was identified today.

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Eagle Rock -  A body was found this morning in the ruins of a 110-year-old hillside house destroyed by fire on Monday night, the L.A. Fire Department said.

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Eagle Rock -  Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters and department Urban Search & Rescue experts will return this morning to a 110-year- old hillside house destroyed by fire to search for a man neighbors and relatives said sometimes lives at the home and was not immediately located after the fire was extinguished.

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Elegant Modern in the hills of Eagle Rock! Bright and airy with lots of outdoor green space this three bedroom home with a finished garage is just the city respite you’ve been looking for.

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Mid Century Mount Washington gem with panoramic views! Sited on the edge of Palmero Drive, this updated two level home enjoys spectacular views toward the San Gabriel Mountains.

Eagle Rock - A team of firefighters from Glendale, Los Angeles and Pasadena quickly knocked down a brush fire this afternoon at the junction of the 2 and 134 freeways, the Los Angeles Fire Department reports.

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