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ABC 7
ABC 7

Anaheim, CA

(818) 863-7777

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Chemistry professors accused of making meth in Arkansas school lab
11/17/2019 5:34pm

Two chemistry professors are accused of breaking bad like theyre Walter White.

Football's popularity growing among girls in Mexico
11/17/2019 5:13pm

American football is becoming more popular in Mexico and not just for boys, as dozens of girls teams are competing in a weekend tournament.

SoCal forecast: Hot temps, winds this weekend
11/17/2019 5:11pm

Southern California can expect to see a return of warm temperatures and winds this weekend, with a potential for dangerous fire danger weather on Sunday.

Presidential Forum: 5 Democratic candidates participate in forum hosted by Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State LA
11/17/2019 4:45pm

Issues impacting Latinos were the focus of a presidential forum hosted by the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State Los Angeles.

Top stories from ABC7 on Instagram
11/17/2019 3:51pm

Here are ABC7s top stories on Instagram.

CBS 2 KCAL 9
CBS 2 KCAL 9

Anaheim, CA

(714) 765-4311

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‘We’ve Seen A Lot Of Support,’ Lacrosse Player Says Following Saugus High Shooting
11/17/2019 2:52pm

The Saugus High School Lacrosse team had their first game on Saturday following last weeks deadly school shooting.

Saugus High School Shooting: ‘School Is Supposed To Be Safe for Kids And Now It’s Not’, Parent Says
11/17/2019 11:18am

Days after the Saugus High School shooting, a shaken community continues to struggle to come to terms with the loss of life, loss of a feeling of security, and survivors guilt.

2 Killed, 3 Injured In Crash On 10 Freeway In El Monte; All Westbound Lanes Reopen
11/17/2019 11:00am

All westbound lanes of the 10 Freeway have been reopened following a fatal, multi-car crash in the El Monte area.

Body Found Following House Fire In Rancho Cucamonga; Cause Of Death Unknown
11/17/2019 10:11am

Homicide detectives remained at the scene of a house fire where one person was found dead.

Saugus High Students Try To Cope With Tragedy, Classes To Resume December 2
11/16/2019 9:00pm

At Saugus High, students are worrying about the day their school tries to move forward and open for classes again.

KTLA 5
KTLA 5

5800 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028   Directions

(323) 460-5500

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Boy on Life Support After San Diego Murder-Suicide Leaves Parents and Siblings Dead
11/17/2019 4:46pm

Family members say a 9-year-old San Diego boy who survived an apparent murder-suicide that left his parents and three brothers dead is on life support. Police say the childs father is suspected of shooting his sons and their mother before turning the gun on himself Saturday. Investigators say the parents were estranged and the mother had obtained a restraining order against the father. TheUnion-Tribunereports Sunday that family members set up aGoFundMepage to raise money for medical expenses. The posting says

Michael Bloomberg Apologizes for Support of Controversial ‘Stop and Frisk’ Police Practice
11/17/2019 4:09pm

Michael Bloomberg on Sunday apologized for his longstanding support of the controversial stop-and-frisk police strategy ahead of a potential Democratic presidential run, a practice that he embraced as New Yorks mayor and continued to defend despite its disproportionate impact on people of color. Addressing a black church in Brooklyn, Bloomberg said he was sorry and acknowledged it often led to the detention of blacks and Latinos. I cant change history, Bloomberg told the congregation. However today, I want you to

2 Teenage Brothers Killed in Winnetka Rollover Crash, Driver Arrested on Murder Charges
11/17/2019 3:48pm

Two teenage brothers were killed in a traffic collision in Winnetka early Sunday morning, the Los Angeles Police Department Valley Traffic Division said. Firefighters arrived to find an overturned vehicle that had crashed into two parked cars on the 20600 block of Parthenia Street just before 1 a.m., authorities said. The vehicle was on its roof and completely crushed, footage from the scene shows. The two brothers were passengers in the vehicle and were pronounced dead at the scene, said

18-Year-Old Arrested in Suspected DUI Crash that Killed Teen, Injured 2 Others Near Highland Park
11/17/2019 3:44pm

An 18-year-old was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated when his vehicle crashed into a light pole and killed another teenager near the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, police said Sunday. Jeremy Espinosa of Los Angeles was arrested and booked on a murder charge in the death of 18-year-old Eddie Sanchez, according to the Los Angeles Police Departments Central Traffic Collision. LAPD said Espinosa was under the influence of both drugs and alcohol and was driving recklessly when

Vigil Planned for Victims of Saugus High School Shooting Sunday as Investigation Continues
11/17/2019 3:35pm

A candlelight vigil is planned Sunday evening at Central Park to remember two students shot and killed by a classmate at his Santa Clarita high school as investigators try to determine what prompted the deadly attack that left three other teens wounded. Saugus High School will remain closed until Dec. 2 but counselors will be available to help students cope with their grief, said school district officials. Detectives were searching for a motive for the killings carried out by Nathaniel

KTTV Fox
KTTV Fox

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

Website

NBC4  Los Angeles
NBC4 Los Angeles

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

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Winds Return to Increase Fire Danger Sunday, Red Flag Warning in Effect
11/17/2019 12:30am

A red flag warning goes into effect early Sunday morning through the evening, with offshore winds increasing fire danger.The red flag warning will begin at 1 a.m. and continue until 6 p.m. The winds will start to pick up after midnight and will peak during the late morning hours. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Wind prone regions will see 15-25 mph sustained winds, with gusts above 30-40 mph expected. The offshore winds will also bring hot temperatures back, with many locations seeing highs in the 90s.Winds will start to get lighter during the afternoon and evening hours. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com SoCal Edison warned about Public Safety Power Shutoffs, which are preemptive power shutoffs that go into effect when winds increase fire danger.SoCal Edison said 781 customers in Los Angeles County were under consideration for the power shutoffs, along with 28,743 customers in San Bernardino County and 2,451 customers in Ventura County. Smoke and Fire From Above: Wildfire Images From Space As of late Saturday night, SCE had not cut power to any customers.For more details on SCEs power shutoffs, click here.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Study: Irvine Workers Spend Nearly $10,000 a Year in Commute
11/17/2019 5:41pm

Commuters with jobs in Irvine lose nearly $10,000 a year in time spent getting to work, according to a recent study.Online loan platform LendingTree, using 2017 data from the United States Census Bureau, published its findings last month on the 100 cities with the highest commute cost based on how much time workers spend on the road. Heres What Kind of Home $635,000 Will Get You in LA County The company reported that Irvine commuters, with their median earnings of about $81,000 and average one-way commute time of approximately 27 minutes, spent $38 a day commuting, or $9,818 annually. The data suggested that if Irvine commuters earned their median wage in the time they spent commuting, they would receive an additional 12 of their annual income.Irvine ranked fourth highest nationally for cost of commute per worker. It was the only Southern California location in the top 10. 4 Your Commute: New Study Suggests Scooters Might Ease the Commute Several Bay Area locations took high rankings, including Fremont at first place with an annual commute cost of about $12,800 and San Francisco at second place for a cost of about $11,700.Several ranks down, Los Angeles was listed at 22nd, with an average one-way commute time of almost 32 minutes but a comparatively lower median income of about $42,100. The annual cost for commuters was listed as $6,108, or $23 per day 14.5 of their annual income.However, LAs workforce of over 1,788,000 placed it in second place of LendingTrees list of cities with the highest total commute costs, which listed the total citywide cost at over $10.9 billion a year. The first place on that list went to New York, at a cost of about $36.53 annually.Another LendingTree study found that the average commute distance for Los Angeles is about 8.8 miles.Long Beach was listed at 19th, with an annual commute cost of over $6,515. The study put other Southern California cities at lower ranks, with Riverside at 23rd for $6,079 annually, Anaheim at 38th for $5,200 and Santa Ana at 80th for almost $4,000.Texas cities generally had the least expensive commutes out the 100 locations studied, with three of its cities featured on the bottom five listings. A combination of a lower median income and shorter commute compared to California cities gave most of its cities a lower cost, with Lubbock commuters losing only $2,736 annually.Photo Credit: Shutterstock

13 Pa. Prison Employees Suspended After Inmate's Death
11/17/2019 7:00am

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections has suspended 13 employees while authorities investigate an inmates death.A Saturday release says 29-year-old Tyrone Briggs died following an inmate-on-inmate assault Nov. 11 at the State Correctional Institution at Mahanoy. Illegal Pot Farms on Public Land Create Environmental Hazard The release says department secretary John Wetzel on Friday suspended the employees without pay during the criminal and administrative investigations. They include medical and security staff, but the department wont release names.The release quotes Wetzel as saying this incident should not serve to tarnish the reputation of the department and its employees. Venice Sees Record 3rd Exceptional Tide An earlier release says Briggs became unresponsive while waiting to be processed into the restrictive housing unit after the altercation. He had been at the prison since 2011 and was serving a 15-to-30-year sentence for child rape out of Philadelphia County.Photo Credit: Matias Nieto/Cover/Getty Images

Pete Buttigieg Is Struggling With Black Voters — and Not Just Because He's Gay
11/17/2019 4:40pm

Pete Buttigieg, 37, may have won over many members of the mostly white political commentariat in New York and Washington, and recent polls of Iowas overwhelmingly white electorate put him at or near the front of the crowded Democratic field there, NBC News reports. But, at the start of October, a poll in The Charleston Post and Courier found Buttigieg had no black voter support in the state and just 4 percent support overall.That has left two questions generating a stream of television commentary, social media memes and heated disputes. How much of Buttigiegs difficulty with black voters, and in many cases religious voters, is because of his sexuality And, given that black voters make up about 20 percent of the Democratic Partys base nationwide, why is he still considered a serious contender for the nomination when he doesnt have black voters support Irans Top Leader Warns Thugs as Protests Reach 100 Cities Rep. Jim Clyburn, the veteran African American congressman from South Carolina who serves as House majority whip, told CNN recently that there was no question that support for an openly gay candidate was a generational issue for older African American voters and would affect Buttigiegs popularity in the state. But others say that it is more complicated, and that there are other factors dampening Buttigiegs support in the South.I am sure some latent homophobia is influencing some peoples coolness toward Mayor Pete Buttigieg, said Andra Gillespie, a political scientist at Emory University who studies black political behavior. But its more complex than They are religious and hes gay. Democrats Invite Trump to Testify in Impeachment Inquiry Photo Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images

Two Killed, Three Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash in El Monte
11/17/2019 2:14pm

Two people were killed in a multi-vehicle crash Sunday on the 10 Freeway in El Monte, where three other people also suffered minor injuries.The crash on the westbound freeway at Valley Boulevard occurred a little after 5:20 a.m., the California Highway Patrol reported. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Paramedics dispatched to the scene at 5:24 a.m. reported that three other people suffered minor injuries. It was unclear whether they were transported to any area hospitals, according to a county fire department dispatcher.A SigAlert was issued at 5:36 a.m. shutting down all westbound lanes at Valley Boulevard for an unknown duration, the CHP said. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com

The Orange County Register
The Orange County Register

Anaheim, CA

(877) 469-7344

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