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Anaheim, CA

(818) 863-7777


Mother of former UCLA player Tyler Honeycutt suing L.A. for negligence in son's death
07/22/2019 10:10am

The mother of a former University of California, Los Angeles basketball player is suing the city of L.A.

President Trump responds to Iran's claim of capturing 17 CIA spies
07/22/2019 10:08am

Iran said Monday it has arrested 17 Iranian nationals allegedly recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to spy on the countrys nuclear and military sites, and that some of them have already been sentenced to death.

Massive fire erupts at 99 Cents Only store in Culver City
07/22/2019 9:59am

Firefighters battled to contain a massive blaze that erupted at a 99 Cents Only store in Culver City early Monday morning.

Astronauts take a look back 50 years to moon landing
07/22/2019 9:58am

Saturday marks exactly 50 years since Apollo 11 landed on the moon. In astronaut Neil Armstrongs hometown, the anniversary is being celebrated with those involved in both the history and the future of space travel.

SoCal forecast: Hot temperatures coming this week
07/22/2019 9:51am

Southern California will start feeling the summer heat on Monday, with temperatures reaching triple digits in some valley and desert communities.


Anaheim, CA

(714) 765-4311


Burning Culver City 99 Cents Only Store In Danger Of Collapsing
07/22/2019 7:58am

The fire broke out at about 2:15 a.m. at the store, 12717 Washington Blvd. More than 70 firefighters working to put out the fire, which continues to burn even three hours later.

Driver Wanted In Hit-And-Run That Killed Bicyclist In Exposition Park
07/22/2019 7:55am

Help is needed Monday to identify the hit-and-run driver that hit a bicyclist in the Exposition Park area this weekend.

Family Searching For Missing 12-Year-Old Arcadia Boy
07/22/2019 7:31am

Tristan Chou was last seen Sunday morning at his home in the 100 block of Diamond Street.

Wild Pursuit Of Stolen Mercedes Filled With Side-Swipes, Near Misses, Spike Strips
07/22/2019 1:05am

At one point, the suspect nearly t-boned a LAPD patrol car.

Body Of 25-Year-Old Man Found At Homeless Camp
07/22/2019 12:40am

CBS2/KCAL9s Brittney Hopper reported from the scene where police told her they were dealing with a possible homicide.


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Tennessee Police Department: Flushing Drugs Down Toilet Won’t Create ‘Meth Gators’
07/22/2019 10:13am

Turns out so-called meth gators arent a thing after all. A police department in Tennessee caused quite the stir on social media last week when it posted a warning asking residents to stop flushing drugs down their toilets and sinks because of fears that it could create meth gators. Now the police are saying the Facebook post wasnt meant to be taken seriously. Let us be perfectly clear: the meth gator was a humorous illustration used to highlight the dangers

Great White Shark Leaps From Water, Startles Fishing Group Near Cape Cod
07/22/2019 9:56am

At least no one can complain that thisfishing tripwas boring. A group of fathers and sons out fishing got more action than they anticipated when agreat white shark leaptout of the water next to the charter boat and stole a fish off one boys line. Doug Nelson and his son joined a Saturday outing on Cape Cod Bay, off the coast of Massachusetts, he told CNN. One of the boys on board hooked what appeared to be a good-sized fish,

Victim Found With Multiple Stab Wounds in Beverly Hills
07/22/2019 9:40am

Police are investigating a stabbing report in Beverly Hills early Monday morning. Officers responded to South Santa Monica Boulevard near North Beverly Drive after receiving an assault with a deadly weapon call at about 2:40 a.m., a Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson said. An unidentified victim was found at the scene with multiple stab wounds, the spokesperson said. There was no immediate information on whether the victim was a man or a woman. The victim was transported to a local

12-Year-Old Arcadia Boy Found in Good Health After Family Reports Him Missing
07/22/2019 9:11am

A 12-year-old boy was back at home Monday after being reported missing by his family in Arcadia, police said. Tristan Chou was found in good health, according to Arcadia police. The agency previously said the boy was last seen in the early hours of Sunday at his home in the 100 block of Diamond Street. Tristans family is unsure as to where he might be, the agency said earlier. Police said the child does not have any medical or mental

Trump’s Crackdown on China Causing Problems for UC Campuses
07/22/2019 8:52am

UC San Diego professor Shirley Mengs laboratory is a veritable United Nations of research, with 48 scholars from six different countries exploring how to improve battery storage for electric vehicles, robots and someday flying cars. But Meng and her colleagues worry that one country soon will be left out of the lab: China. The Trump administration has intensified its crackdown over trade, technology and security and now it has spread to Americas vaunted universities, turning the University


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Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000


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Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

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Community Remembers Woman Killed in Silver Lake Trader Joe's
07/21/2019 9:13pm

A service of remembrance was held Sunday to mark a year since an officer-involved shooting and standoff in a Silver Lake Trader Joes killed an assistant manager.The crew members of the Trader Joes on the 2700 block of Hyperion Avenue reunited inside the Silver Lake Community Church in the days after they had escaped the deadly standoff. Sunday, they gathered again at that church for the one-year anniversary of the death of their teammate Melyda Mely Maricela Corado. Family of Slain Trader Joes Assistant Manager Files Claim According to police reports, a gunman fled inside a Trader Joes during a police chase and exchanged gunfire with the pursuing officers on July 21, 2018. Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said two officers fired a total of eight shots in return. Police confirmed that one of those shots struck Corado, who was near the front of the store. The bullet traveled through her arm and into her body killing her.Moore had then described the officers as being devastated. He said he believed police did what they had to do to defend the people in the market and themselves. Man Charged With Trader Joes Assistant Managers Murder Asks to Represent Self Corados friends and family, her work colleagues and community members gathered at the church. Residents in the Silver Lake area said the shooting and hostage standoff affected many in the neighborhood.Carados brother, who spoke during Sundays ceremony, said his world will never be the same without his kind and caring sister.Organizers have planned a candle light walk from the church to the Silver Lake Trader Joes, which will lead in to a vigil that starts at 8 p.m.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Iran Says 17 CIA Spies Arrested, Some Sentenced to Death
07/22/2019 8:14am

Iranian officials said Monday that 17 people have been captured who were allegedly spies working for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, NBC News reported.The Iranian Intelligence Ministry held a briefing on Monday where they announced the alleged spies were Iranian citizens but trained by the CIA.Some of those arrested have been sentenced to death, the Intelligence Ministry said.The Report of Iran capturing CIA spies is totally false, President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday. Zero truth. Just more lies and propaganda like their shot down drone put out by a Religious Regime that is Badly Failing and has no idea what to do. Their Economy is dead, and will get much worse.The Iranian government occasionally makes similar claims and it was not immediately possible to determine whether they are legitimate. The U.S. government never acknowledges CIA recruitment abroad.Photo Credit: Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images, File

Recovering Veterans Help Sick Sea Lions Return to the Ocean
07/22/2019 8:31am

Following 20 years of active duty in the U.S. Air Force, seeing combat first hand, saving lives and working in war-torn countires, James Golia did not expect his retirement days to be spent treating and caring for rescued sea lions.Golia, 51, a volunteer at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, said he found an unlikely way to use his military medic skills to help rehabilitate sea lions--and they, in turn, are helping him during his own recovery. LA Program Offers Work Training For Young Adults With Autism Golia was a firefighter emergency medical technician who treated those injured on the field. He was deployed to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Afghanistan. He returned home with post-traumatic stress disorder, permanently disabled.It was Golias military connections that informed him about the veteran volunteer programs at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit that rescues, rehabilitates and releases marine mammals. Canine Companions Offer Love and Support to Returning Vets Golia began volunteering for the Sea Lions for Service Members, a free program that allows recently returned veterans to engage in a therapeutic experience at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center by tending to injured animals and preparing to release them back into the wild.Ive never been around sea lions before. The whole thing, its a trip for me. Its totally new--the sounds, the smells, the feeding, Golias said.Staff at the center said Golia volunteered for a day, and then decided to return weekly to join the sea lion program.The Sea Lions for Service Members program was created with the idea that veterans would empathize with the injured animals that are recovering and transitioning back to their normal lives, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center said. The staff said this program could instill veterans with a sense of hope and realization that they too can lead a normal life again.Were basically doing the same thing, rescuing an animal from the ocean and rehabilitating him and making him better and sending him into the wild again, Golias said. Its a pretty big deal to me.As part of the program, volunteers make precisely-weighed fish smoothies to be used in tube feedings for the critically injured animals. Participants also clean animal pens and equipment, in addition to other animal care tasks. At the end of the program, the service members attend a patient release and send off the animals they nursed back to health.Of all the animals he worked with, Golia said he formed a particular connection with the elephant seal named Creole. Creole was rescued in Corona del Mar in February and was underweight and dehydrated. Seven weeks and 150 pounds later, the healthy marine mammal was sent back to sea as Golia watched from the shore.You can definitely see when somebody bonds with them and cares about them. It definitely struck him in a certain way, said Kaytee Hackbarth, the lead volunteer at the center.Golia said he became a different person after his first deployment in 1993. He said these new marine connections have turned him into a different person once again.The few hours we spent feeding and cleaning up after these precious animals brought back memories of when I was active duty, Golia said. Team work and dedication provide comfort and rehabilitation for the animals. The staff and volunteers are professional and genuine, and Im proud to say that Im now a permanent volunteer at the center. Sometimes in life, a person should feel compelled to give back, and Im doing just that.For more information about the Sea Lions for Service Members program, reach out to the Pacific Marine Mammal Center education director Kirsten Donald at kdonaldpacificmmc.org.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Mandatory Evacuations Ordered After 2 Fires Erupt in Grapevine Area
07/21/2019 10:23pm

Two fires started at the exact same time about 250 meters apart in Kern County Sunday, with one of the fires threatening homes and forcing mandatory evacuations, fire officials said.The northern fire, which was the smaller of the two fires, was holding at 75 acres with 85 containment, according to the Kern County Fire Department. Roof Collapse at Larry Flynt Casino Causes Minor Injuries The southern fire was at 350 acres with 30 containment as of 6:42 p.m., according to the countys fire department. The location of the fire was near the 5 Freeway southbound, north of the Tejon Pass and near Digier Road, according to the Kern County FD.Homes on Digier Road were under mandatory evacuations, but no structures had been burned as of 6:42 p.m. Missing Huntington Beach Woman Found Alive This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.Photo Credit: wlester66 This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Man Shot in Front of Family Outside Laser Tag Center in Glendale
07/22/2019 12:58am

A man shot outside a family Laser Tag Center in Glendale in what police are calling an attempted robbery is recovering Sunday, while the shooter is still on the loose.The shooting occurred just before closing time in the parking lot at The Zone Laser Tag Center on Saturday night. Police say witnesses told them men wearing masks tried to rob a man and his family. Roof Collapse at Larry Flynt Casino Causes Minor Injuries That man was shot in the struggle, and the robbers got away.Playing with the peoples life with the guns, with the kids, Roobick, an employee, said. Its sad. Its sad. Missing Huntington Beach Woman Found Alive Roobick says he was working at the laser tag center when he heard gunshots ring out in the parking lot, and he locked the doors.He says a group of 8 people, including kids with family visiting from Armenia were ambushed in the parking lot. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA There were more than 4 people, the employee says. They were masked people. They had gloves. And they had a car, which didnt have any license plate.Roobick says one of the men visiting from Armenia was shot in front of his family.Glendale Police say it was an attempted robbery. The victim was shot in the torso, and the attackers escaped.Employees said the victims were shopping near the Glendale Galleria before playing laser tag, and they believe they were targeted.It couldnt be coincidence that the same time they are trying to leave, these people, they park, the employee at the laser tag center says.The victim was transported to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center and is listed in stable condition, while the search continues to find the people responsible before they have a chance to strike again.Glendale police say they are canvassing the area, looking for any surveillance video that may help them track down the shooter and robbers.The employees at the laser tag say the family that was attacked was planning to go back home to Armenia Sunday and, instead, had to postpone its return.Photo Credit: NBCLA

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