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Steve Edwards.
Steve Edwards. (KTTV)

Steve Edwards, the anchor of Fox 11’s “Good Day L.A.” and a fixture in local television and radio for more than three decades, is leaving the morning news show.

A Fox spokesperson said that Edwards “is no longer employed” at the station but did not provide further details.

Edwards has also hosted such shows as KABC-TV's "AM Los Angeles," KCBS-TV's "Two on the Town" and "The Steve Edwards Show."

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Steve Edwards.
Steve Edwards. (KTTV)

Steve Edwards, the anchor of Fox 11’s “Good Day L.A.” and a fixture in local television and radio for more than three decades, is leaving the morning news show.

A Fox spokesperson said that Edwards “is no longer employed” at the station but did not provide further details.

Edwards has also hosted such shows as KABC-TV's "AM Los Angeles," KCBS-TV's "Two on the Town" and "The Steve Edwards Show."

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Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes on "The Walking Dead."
Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes on "The Walking Dead." (Greg Nicotero / AMC)

Fair warning: Spoilers ahead.

AMC’s “The Walking Dead” has been known for upsetting its fans by killing off beloved characters. Even though the zombie apocalypse is a dangerous place, the loss of several survivors that viewers have grown to love can still be a traumatic experience.

But the uproar over the apparent death of one of the drama’s central characters in Sunday’s installment might reach new heights. (Those who have not seen the episode should stop reading now.)

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(Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times)

I think somehow that just being me, my American me, on those [talk] shows, convinced a lot of people who were in a position to employ me that I was just as American as anybody else if I wanted to be, or I could be just as Hispanic if I wanted to be. It depends on the hairdo and the attitude.

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Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme was caught on video Saturday night deliberately kicking a female photographer in the face at KROQ’s annual holiday concert in Inglewood.

“It was obviously very intentional,” the photographer, Chelsea Lauren, told Variety. Lauren said the attack was unprovoked and that Homme was smiling before he struck her.

Homme released a statement Sunday afternoon to press and on the band’s social-media accounts:

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Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley step out at the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" premiere at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium on Saturday.
Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley step out at the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" premiere at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium on Saturday. (Charley Gallay / Getty Images)

The spirit of the late Carrie Fisher could be felt throughout the galaxy far, far away at the Los Angeles premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Saturday night.

“I want to dedicate tonight to Carrie, who is up there right now flipping me the bird,” writer-director Rian Johnson said onstage alongside stars of the film including Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Lupita Nyong’o, Mark Hamill and Adam Driver, composer John Williams and Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy.

He urged the packed house at the Shrine Auditorium to “have a blast tonight for Carrie.”

Director Rian Johnson at the premiere.
Director Rian Johnson at the premiere. (Jordan Strauss / Invision)
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Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Gwendoline Christie arrive at the world premiere of "Stars Wars: The Last Jedi" on Saturday in L.A.
Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Gwendoline Christie arrive at the world premiere of "Stars Wars: The Last Jedi" on Saturday in L.A. (Invision)

Saturday night’s highly anticipated world premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was the talk of the Twitterverse last night with those privileged enough to see it taking to social media to share their thoughts.

Los Angeles Times reporter Jen Yamato called it “beautifully human, populist, funny and surprising.” Actress Tessa Thompson and director Ava DuVernay agreed.

DuVernay also tweeted her appreciation of the film’s director, Rian Johnson. “The last 40 minutes had me on the edge of my seat in every moment,” she wrote.

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Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Gwendoline Christie arrive at the world premiere of "Stars Wars: The Last Jedi" on Saturday in L.A.
Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Gwendoline Christie arrive at the world premiere of "Stars Wars: The Last Jedi" on Saturday in L.A. (Invision)

Saturday night’s highly anticipated world premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was the talk of the Twitterverse last night with those privileged enough to see it taking to social media to share their thoughts.

Los Angeles Times reporter Jen Yamato called it “beautifully human, populist, funny and surprising.” Actress Tessa Thompson and director Ava DuVernay agreed.

DuVernay also tweeted her appreciation of the film’s director, Rian Johnson. “The last 40 minutes had me on the edge of my seat in every moment,” she wrote.

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(Christine Cotter / Los Angeles Times)

People seem to assume that anyone who'd do a four-hour film of ‘Hamlet’ must be a heavyweight intellectual, incapable of enjoying life. In fact, the thing I showed the greatest facility for in drama school was comedy, and when I left school I felt that unless I made an effort, I'd spend the rest of my life in sitcoms.

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(Christine Cotter / Los Angeles Times)

People seem to assume that anyone who'd do a four-hour film of ‘Hamlet’ must be a heavyweight intellectual, incapable of enjoying life. In fact, the thing I showed the greatest facility for in drama school was comedy, and when I left school I felt that unless I made an effort, I'd spend the rest of my life in sitcoms.