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ABC 7

Anaheim, CA

(818) 863-7777

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Video shows woman swiping expensive guitars from OC vintage music shop
05/21/2019 2:57am

Surveillance video shows a woman swiping two guitars, worth about $10,000 each, from a vintage shop in Orange.

Venice shooting: 29-year-old man killed in possible gang-related shooting, police say
05/21/2019 2:39am

A 29-year-old man was shot and killed in Venice Monday afternoon in a possible gang-related shooting, Los Angeles police said.

1 hospitalized in brawl involving several Commerce city officials at Indian Wells Resort
05/21/2019 2:31am

The mayor of Commerce and at least one council member are set to file a police report after a brawl erupted at a weekend convention for city leaders.

Student detained after threat made at Canyon Country junior high
05/21/2019 2:21am

A student has been detained for allegedly making threats of a shooting at La Mesa Junior High in Canyon Country, the sheriffs department said.

Fire consumes former home of Corona strip club
05/21/2019 2:13am

A four-alarm fire destroyed the building that housed a now-closed strip club in Corona.

CBS 2 KCAL 9

Anaheim, CA

(714) 765-4311

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102-Year-Old Woman Forced Out Of Her Ladera Heights Home
05/21/2019 2:12am

Family and friends of Thelma Smith are banning together after she received an eviction notice and is being forced to relocate.

Locals Concerned After Migrants Arrive At Murrieta Border Control Facility
05/21/2019 1:40am

An unknown number of migrants were recently flown into Murrietas Border Patrol facility and some in the community were quick to stand in front of the gates to let them know theyre not welcome to stay.

Video Shows Special Education Student Brutally Beaten Near High School In Long Beach
05/21/2019 1:14am

The video showed several boys knocking another boy to the ground and repeatedly kicked and punched him as someone shot video of the beating.

Woman Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash In Long Beach
05/21/2019 12:08am

A woman was killed in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Long Beach Monday night.

California Lawmakers React To David Goldstein’s Investigation On Horse Deaths At Santa Anita Park
05/20/2019 10:49pm

The latest horse death occurred Sunday, May 19 after a horse was injured during a race, bringing the total in horse fatalities to 25 since late December.

KTLA 5

5800 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028   Directions

(323) 460-5500

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Malibu Residents Say Sushi Restaurant Valet Causing Traffic Problems on PCH
05/21/2019 1:59am

Some in Malibu are unhappy with Nobu restaurant, saying that valet workers at the upscale sushi joint are illegally parking cars at off-property sites, creating traffic and safety problems on an already crowded PCH. Mary Beth McDade reports for the KTLA 5 News on May 20, 2019.

Violent Brawl at Commerce City Council Meeting Leaves Official Knocked Unconscious
05/21/2019 1:42am

A heated argument between elected officials of the city of Commerce led to punches thrown. The bloody brawl left Commerce councilman LeonardMendoza knocked unconscious on the ground. The melee broke out early Saturday morning at the Renaissance Indian Wells Resort during a meeting among city leaders. To be honest with you, its pretty embarrassing, the fact that our officials are doing this, Commerce resident Hector Maravilla said. Mayor John Soria released a statement saying the physical altercation began with an

Woman Caught on Camera Stealing Expensive Vintage Guitars from Orange Store
05/21/2019 1:34am

Police in Orange are searching for a brazen thief who made off with two expensive vintage guitars from a local shop. The woman is seen on surveillance footage grabbing the guitars from the display at Imperial Vintage Guitars. When another customer asked the employee to look at another item upstairs, the woman pounced on the opportunity to make her getaway. She is seen running out of the store with two guitars in hand. The items stolen were a 1955 Gretsch

Woman Killed, 2 in Custody After Hit-And-Run Crash in Long Beach
05/21/2019 1:05am

A woman is dead and two people are in custody after a hit-and-run crash in Long Beach Monday night. The crash happened on Pacific Avenue at 25th Street around 9:20 p.m., according to Lt. Abram Yap with Long Beach Police Department. Officers at the scene found the victim, described only as an adult female. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle did not remain at the scene. Police located a vehicle believed to have been involved a short

Car Batteries Stolen From Vehicles in Series of Thefts on UCLA Campus
05/21/2019 12:49am

Students are told to be on alert after a series of car battery thefts on the UCLA campus. The strange crime may not be isolated to Westwood. Students said theyve heard of this happening on other college campuses and UCLA police said this is happening in Glendale too. Bob Lyman has been in the auto repair industry for four decades and says hes never heard of anything like what happened on the UCLA campus in Westwood earlier this month. According

KTTV Fox

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

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NBC4 Los Angeles

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

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Rotting Trash Piles Sky-High in LA, Attracting Rats and Raising Concerns of a New Epidemic
05/21/2019 12:37am

Rat-infested piles of rotting garbage left uncollected by the city of Los Angeles, even after promises to clean it up, are fueling concerns about a new epidemic after last years record number of flea-borne typhus cases.Even the citys most notorious trash pile, located between downtown LAs busy Fashion and Produce districts, continues to be a magnet for rats after it was cleaned up months ago. The rodents can carry typhus-infected fleas, which can spread the disease to humans through bacteria rubbed into the eyes or cuts and scrapes on the skin, resulting in severe flu-like symptoms. LA Vows to Clean Filth From More City Streets The NBC4 I-Team first told Mayor Eric Garcettis office about the piles of filth in the 700 block of Ceres Avenue in October. At the time, he promised to make sure trash doesnt pile up like that.The garbage was cleaned after the interview, but conditions have worsened over the next seven months. Typhus Epidemic Worsens in Los Angeles I cant walk down the street without thinking that a flea could jump on me, said Estela Lopez, who represents business owners in the area.After reporting the pile of waste to the citys 311 services hotline, the I-Team was told it could take up to 90 days before its cleaned. LA City Hall Moves to Combat Infestation of Rats, Fleas Linked to Typhus Infectious disease specialist Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, of UCLA, said theres no time to waste.Trash and food waste attracts rats, said Klausner. It does pose a public health risk.An out-of-control rat population can even lead to the spread of dangerous strainsof salmonella and bubonic plague, he noted.Other large U.S. cities, like New York and Washington DC, have teams devoted to aggressive rat control. In the nations capital, theyre experimenting with bait stations laced with a rat contraceptive.But in Los Angeles, the I-Team learned there is no plan or program to control the growing rat population that feasts at trash piles like the one on Ceres Avenue.Its something that well look into, said Pepe Garica, of Los Angeles bureau of sanitation.Rats carrying typhus-infected fleas were found around LA last fall, according to county health department records obtained by the I-Team. The agency did not provide details about where the fleas were found, saying that information would cause confusion and unnecessary alarm, but the I-Team discovered that typhus-infected fleas were found on animals waiting to be adopted at the North Central Animal Shelter.Between 2013 and 2017, county residents reported a yearly average of nearly 60 cases. Thats twice as many the number reported in the previous five years.Last year, a record 124 cases were reported in Los Angeles County.Symptoms of flea-borne typhus, which can start within two weeks after infection, include high fever, headache, chills, and body aches. Rashes can appear on the chest, back, arms and legs. Fatalities occur in less than 1 percent of cases.The I-Team asked the Department of Public Health what became of the shelter animals carrying fleas that tested positive for typhus. We are still waiting to hear back.Photo Credit: NBC4 This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Ex-White House Lawyer Won't Testify After Trump Direction
05/20/2019 9:02pm

President Donald Trump directed his former White House Counsel Donald McGahn to defy a congressional subpoena Monday, citing a Justice Department legal opinion that maintains McGahn would have immunity from testifying about his work as a close Trump adviser. A lawyer for McGahn said he would follow the presidents wishes and skip a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.Trumps action, the latest in his efforts to block every congressional probe into him and his administration, is certain to deepen the open conflict between Democrats and the president. Democrats have accused Trump and Attorney General William Barr of trying to stonewall and obstruct Congress oversight duties. Cohen Claims Trump Lawyer Shaped False Statement to Congress The House Judiciary Committee had issued a subpoena to compel McGahn to testify Tuesday, and the committees chairman, Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., has threatened to hold McGahn in contempt of Congress if he doesnt. Nadler has also suggested he may try and levy fines against witnesses who do not comply with committee requests.McGahns lawyer, William Burck, said in a letter to Nadler that McGahn is conscious of the duties he, as an attorney, owes to his former client and would decline to appear. 5th Migrant Child Dies After Detention by Border Patrol Since Dec. Still, Burck encouraged the committee to negotiate a compromise with the White House, saying his client again finds himself facing contradictory instructions from two co-equal branches of government.McGahn was a key figure in special counsel Robert Muellers investigation, describing ways in which the president sought to curtail that federal probe. Democrats hoped to question him as a way to focus attention on Muellers findings and further investigate whether Trump did obstruct justice. Judge Sides With Congress Over Trump in Demands for Records This move is just the latest act of obstruction from the White House that includes its blanket refusal to cooperate with this committee, Nadler said in a statement. It is also the latest example of this Administrations disdain for law.As he left the White House for a campaign event in Pennsylvania on Monday, Trump said the maneuver was for the office of the presidency for future presidents.I think its a very important precedent, Trump said. And the attorneys say that theyre not doing that for me, theyre doing that for the office of the president. So were talking about the future.Separately on Monday, a federal judge in Washington ruled against Trump in a financial records dispute, declaring the president cannot block a House subpoena for information from Mazars USA, a firm that has done accounting work for him and the Trump Organization.And a hearing is planned in New York on Wednesday in another case, this one involving an effort by Trump, his business and his family to prevent Deutsche Bank and Capital One from complying with subpoenas from two House committees for banking and financial records.If McGahn were to defy Trump and testify before Congress, it could endanger his own career in Republican politics and put his law firm, Jones Day, in the presidents crosshairs. Trump has mused about instructing Republicans to cease dealing with the firm, which is deeply intertwined in Washington with the GOP, according to one White House official and a Republican close to the White House not authorized to speak publicly about private conversations.Administration officials mulled various legal options before settling on providing McGahn with a legal opinion from the Department of Justice to justify defying the subpoena.The immunity of the Presidents immediate advisers from compelled congressional testimony on matters related to their official responsibilities has long been recognized and arises from the fundamental workings of the separation of powers, the departments opinion reads. Accordingly, Mr. McGahn is not legally required to appear and testify about matters related to his official duties as Counsel to the President.The Judiciary Committee still plans on meeting even if McGahn doesnt show up and McGahn is expected to appear as legally required, Nadler said.Trump has fumed about McGahn for months, after it became clear that much of Muellers report was based on his testimony. The president has bashed his former White House counsel on Twitter and has insisted to advisers that the attorney not be allowed to humiliate him in front of Congress, much as his former personal legal fixer Michael Cohen did, according to the official and Republican.The Justice Department has long held the opinion that close presidential advisers have absolute immunity from being compelled to testify before Congress about their work for the president.A federal judge rejected a similar argument in 2008 in a dispute over a subpoena for Harriet Miers, who was White House counsel to George W. Bush. U.S. District Judge John Bates said it was an unprecedented notion that a White House official would be absolutely immune from being compelled to testify before Congress. Miers had to show up for her testimony, but still had the right to assert executive privilege in response to any specific questions posed by legislators, the judge said.But in 2014, under the Obama administration, the Justice Department issued an opinion arguing that if Congress could force the presidents closest advisers to testify about matters that happened during their tenure, it would threaten executive branch confidentiality, which is necessary among other things to ensure that the President can obtain the type of sound and candid advice that is essential to the effective discharge of his constitutional duties.The House Judiciary Committee voted earlier this month to hold Attorney General Barr in contempt after he defied a subpoena for an unredacted version of Muellers report.Photo Credit: AP

Officers Tackle Pursuit Driver After He Crashes Into Bellflower Building
05/20/2019 11:20pm

A police pursuit of a white sedan Monday started in Lakewood before crashing into a building in Bellflower, leading to the driver ditching the vehicle and police chasing the running man for a couple blocks, authorities said.The man behind the wheel was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon, Michelle Sanchez of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department said. Southern California Pursuits Newschopper4 Bravo was over the chase of the 2010 Dodger Charger at approximately 4:55 p.m. The crash into the building occurred in the 15700 block of Bellflower Boulevard.The driver ran for blocks before officers tackled him to the ground, using batons to subdue him. RAW: Pursuit Leads to Barricade at BBQ Joint The man was taken into custody in the 9800 block of Linden Street.Photo Credit: NBCLA

'Murder House' Not Quite Haunted, But It Is a 'Nightmare'
05/20/2019 7:54pm

The spooky LA Murder house is not haunted, but it is a nightmare to get permits for, famed civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom confirmed Monday.The former owner said she wanted to renovate and expand the historic 5,050-square-foot home with its unique, but dark history. Commerce City Officials Involved in Fight, Mayor Attacked After three years of efforts, we gave up, she said. Since wed be improving it more than 50, wed have to bring the whole property up to code, which means tearing down the house and regrading the hill its on.The property would be perfect for someone who wants a 5,000 square foot gutted house to fix up as theyd like, or for a developer ready to tear it down, regrade the hill and build the house of their dreams. Sen. Harris Wants to Fine Companies That Pay Men More Than Women The storied home was the scene of a grisly murder-suicide in 1959 and is haunted by ghosts that lurk its hallways to this day. Its back on the market again. The five bedroom, three-and-a half bath home built in 1925 is listed for $3.5 million.When Lisa Bloom and her husband Braden Pollock saw a story online in 2016 for a $2.3 million mansion in her favorite neighborhood, they jumped at a chance to own a piece of prime LA real estate. Never Saw That Coming: Clarke Floored By GoT Ending Now, shell probably find a place in Agoura, said Bloom, the daughter of high-profile lawyer Gloria Allred and the former host of truTvs Lisa Bloom: Open Court.The house has been the subject of much media coverage when it went on the block and wound up being sold in a probate sale.Some claim the Glendower Place has been visited by the ghost of Dr. Harold N. Perelson who in 1959 bludgeoned his wife to death with a hammer and attacked his 18-year-old daughter before killing himself.

Compton Grad's Student Loan Debt Paid by Billionaire's Gift
05/20/2019 8:41pm

A Southern California man was facing nearly $150,000 in student loan debt before a billionaire commencement speaker announced during graduation that all the students wouldnt have to worry about it anymore -- and their debt would be wiped out.Twenty-one-year-old Dwytt Lewis grew up in Compton and Lynwood, and he was one of the graduating members of Morehouse College that got an amazing promise from commencement speaker and billionaire Robert Smith. How Morehouse Students Will Benefit From Student Debt Buyout Im still speechless, he said.Lewis was still giddy when he spoke to NBC4 via FaceTime while in Atlanta. Nearly 400 stunned students in the graduating class of Morehouse College had their lives changed by the investor forever. Graduation Speaker Pledges to Pay Class of 2019 Student Debt Were going to put a little fuel in your bus, was how Smith started the amazing sentence, before telling the whole class the good news.So were looking and around and saying, Are we just hot or did he say this Lewis said. Commerce City Officials Involved in Fight, Mayor Attacked A study by the Center for American Progress showed that 80 percent of African American students take out student loans, compared to 60 percent of white and Latino students.Fifteen years after leaving college, black adults have an average balance 185 higher than white adults, a study found.Lewis said Smiths gift is inspiring him even more to give back to his community.I played football in Lynwood. I want to talk to the team. I want to talk to freshmen and sophomores, he said.Among those who also couldnt believe their ears was Lewis mom, who texted him- Did he say hes paying off your loans Lewis answer: Yes, man, God is real, dude.Photo Credit: NBCLA

The Orange County Register

Anaheim, CA

(877) 469-7344

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