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Surveillance camera video captured the moment a large tree crashed through the roof of a family-owned restaurant in Woodland Hills.
A family is urging the Los Angeles community to help them find a missing man with special needs who disappeared from a treatment center across the country.
Two people were killed and two injured in a house fire in Perris early Saturday morning, authorities said.
By Saturday evening the death toll had risen to 73, according to Hidalgo Gov. Omar Fayad. Officials said at least another 74 were injured and dozens more were missing. Fifty-four bodies have yet to be identified.
Temperatures will remain pleasant with highs in the 60s and 70s across most of Southern California on Sunday.
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Tekeya Gibson says shes on a race against time.
USC delivered the first blow, opening the game on a 16-4 spurt.
It was all captured on camera -- stolen car suspects find themselves in relatively hot water.
The mugs are $14.99 a piece and the money goes to help feed families not being paid.
President Trump gave what he called a major announcement about the southern border and the partial government shutdown on Saturday.
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The family of a mentally disabled man who vanished from a care facility in New York and boarded a bus to Los Angeles are desperately seeking the missing man. Dewayne Williams, 22, arrived in the Skid Row-area of L.A. on Monday, according to family. He was spotted on surveillance camera footage getting off a bus. He hasnt been seen or heard from since He suffers fromautism and schizophrenia and has the mental capacity of a 14-year-old, family members said. He
Longtime KTLA feature reporter Gayle Anderson received a lifetime was honored with a lifetime achievement award during the Radio and Television News Association of Southern Californias Golden Mike Awards in Studio City on Saturday night. KTLA also received an award for best 60-minute newscast, as well as awards for reporting, light reporting, editing and writing. This segment appeared on the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Jan. 19, 2019.
A man died after he was struck by a car after witness reported seeing him dart across lanes of the 10 Freeway in Redlands on Saturday afternoon, officials said. The collision took place about 6:45 p.m. on the eastbound freeway near Orange Street, according to California Highway Patrol logs. Witnesses reported seeing the man jump a fence on the south side of the freeway and run across lanes toward the center divider before being hit, logs show. Paramedics pronounced the
Tony Mendez, a CIA operative who was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the 2012 Oscar-winning movie Argo, died Saturday morning, his literary manager Christy Fletcher said. He was 78. Mendez had Parkinsons disease, she said, which he had been diagnosed with more that 10 years ago. He was a brilliant man, a gifted artist, and a true American hero. I will miss him enormously, Fletcher said. He will be buried in Nevada, where his family is from, she said. Fletcher
A motorcyclist died following a crash on the 57 Freeway in Brea on Saturday afternoon, authorities said. The crash was first reported about 5:40 p.m. on the northbound 57 Freeway, just north of Imperial Highway, according to California Highway Patrol logs. Officials were looking into whether the motorcyclist had been involved in a collision with another vehicle or a solo crash, logs show. Authorities initially shut down all northbound traffic lanes following the crash. The carpool lane had reopened by
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Police were pursuing a reckless driver suspected of DUI in the Compton area that traveled through Downey, South Gate and ultimately concluded in the city of Commerce Saturday night.The driver was wanted for driving recklessly and suspected of driving under the influence, according to the LA County Sheriffs Department. Southern California Pursuits Gil Leyvas and Newschopper4 Bravo were overhead at approximately 10:55 p.m.The driver took police on a high-speed chase that often involved driving on the wrong side of the street, running stop signs and blowing through red light. The dangerous pursuit finally eased up when the driver entered a business parking lot and decided to take off on foot in the city of Commerce. RAW: Pursuit Leads to Barricade at BBQ Joint The man proceeded to attempt to outrun police and even hopped a fence into a business, but eventually, police cornered the man and took him into custody without further incident.Refresh this page for updates. WATCH: SoCals Wildest Police Chases
Two men used the force of a truck and a chain to break into a small market in San Diego County early Friday, yanking an ATM out of the business in the brazen crime, which was captured on surveillance video.The San Diego County Sheriffs Department SDSO said two unknown men targeted the Ramona Farms Market at 838 Main St. in Ramona at around 4:15 a.m. Just How Much Rain Did We Get This Week In surveillance video recorded by the stores security cameras, the suspects can be seen, at first, using some sort of tool to try to cut a lock and chain securing the front doors to the store.When the suspects werent able to break into the business that way, SDSO Det. Jake Macleod said the men used their truck described as white or silver Ford F250 or F350 to ram the entrance doors. They shattered the doors and entered the market. Southern California Mountain Snow Days The video shows one man quickly walk up to an ATM located near the front entrance of the store. He secures a chain around the machine the chain is also hooked onto their truck.Seconds later, the men use their truck to yank the machine from its foundation and drag it out of the business. Timeline of Events: The 1994 Northridge Earthquake The video shows the suspects driving off north on Main Street, the stolen ATM dragging behind their truck. Sparks caused by friction from the ATM dragging on the pavement can be seen in the surveillance images.The SDSO said deputieswere alerted to a commercial burglary alarm as the crime took place. When deputies arrived, they discovered the steel-framed front doors of the market had been torn off their hinges.The suspects were gone.No one was hurt in the incident and the ATM was the only thing stolen from the market.According to the SDSO, the suspect driving the truck was described as heavyset, wearing a green jacket, blue pants, tan boots and a black balaclava mask covering his face. The passenger had a medium build, was wearing all black clothing and used a black T-shirt to cover his face. Their truck had a long bed and extra cab with silver running boards.The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information can reach out to the SDSO at 760 789-9157 or Crime Stoppers at 888 580-8477.Photo Credit: Ramona Farms Market/SDSO
Ooh you almost had it.James Harden had 48 points and the Houston Rockets rallied to defeat the Los Angeles Lakers, 138-134, in overtime on Saturday night at the Toyota Center.Houston trailed by three, 120-117, with five seconds remaining in regulation, but Eric Gordon drained a game-tying three-pointer to send the contest into overtime, the second consecutive game that extended to overtime for both teams.Im kicking myself for not stepping over and getting a better contest on the shot, Lakers forward Brandon Ingram, who was guarding the inbounder at the time, told reporters. I think if I would have stepped over, he wouldnt have had anywhere to go to shoot the basketball. I put that one on me.The Lakers led the game from wire-to-wire in regulation, but Gordon drained another three to open the extra period, to give the Rockets their first lead of the game. Houston would ultimately hold on for the victory after the Lakers let the game slip awayliterally.Trailing by two points with 12 seconds remaining in overtime, Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma got caught in the corner on an inbounds pass and the ball slipped through his fingers and out of bounds to give the ball back to the Rockets. Houston would then seal the game at the free throw line.Despite the costly mistake, Kuzma was stellar in the first half, scoring 24 points, and finishing the game with 32 points and eight rebounds.We did a great job sticking to the game plan, Kuzma said of the first half. They got some momentum and started hitting some threes and got to the line a lot in the second half.Brandon Ingram bolstered the Lakers offense in overtime, scoring 21 points in the game, but committed six turnovers. Lance Stephenson took over in the fourth quarter and scored 16 points off the bench.Lance did a really, really good job of running the basketball team, said Ingram. He got guys shots, he got to to the basket. Zubac was really, really good. Everyone on the floor stepped up for us.For the second straight game, Ivica Zubac, played big minutes down the stretch. After scoring a season-high 26 points in a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Zubac played most of the fourth quarter and overtime, scoring 17 points off the bench.A lot of the close games comes down to what team is going to hit those close shots, Lakers head coach Luke Walton told the mediaWe hit those in OKC, they didnt. Tonight Houston did down the stretch and we did not.Los Angeles led by as many as 21 points, but the game turned when point guard Lonzo Ball went back to the locker room with a left ankle injury midway through the third quarter.Ball would later be transferred to a local hospital for x-rays, and did not return to the game. The Rockets responded with a 15-0 run to get back in the ball game.Right when Lonzo went down is exactly when the game went away, said Ingram. We lost momentum a little bit. Got away from what we were doing a little bit. Some of the pressure and defensive rebounding went down.Ball had 11 points and a game-high 11 assists in 22 minutes before leaving the game with the left ankle injury.I just told him to keep his head up, Walton said of Balls injury. They took him to the hospital for X-rays and he will get an MRI and well see where we go after that.Harden failed to score 50 or more points for the third consecutive game. After 57 and 58-point games, Harden was unable to match Lakers legend Kobe Bryant as the last player to score 50 points in three consecutive games. However, Harden has scored 30 or more points in 19 straight games NBA record post merger and has scored 40 or more in 10 of his last 13 games.However, even Harden, the reigning MVP in the NBA and the likely frontrunner to win it again this season, could only carry the Houston offense so far as they needed help from other players.Eric Gordon added 30 points and hit five three-pointers, James Ennis III chipped in 18 points. P.J. Tucker had five steals. The Rockets attempted 68 three-pointers in the game.For the second consecutive game, the Lakersthe worst free-throw shooting team in the NBAhad a good night at the charity stripe. Los Angles was 24-for-30 80 percent in the game and made all 17 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter.If we want to win close games we have to make free throws. Its good to see those step and knocking them down, Walton said of the free-throw shooting the last two games. Now we want to do it consistently throughout the game. But we hit them when they count, and thats where guys start to grow their confidence.Without Clint Capela in the middle for the Rockets, the Lakers out-rebounded the Rockets 56-to-39.Lakers head coach Luke Walton was ejected from the game in the third quarter. Los Angeles fell to 5-8 without superstar LeBron James.Notes and NextLeBron James left groin missed his 13th consecutive game as he continues to rehab in Los Angeles. Rajon Rondo right finger also missed the game. Chris Paul hamstring missed his 14th consecutive game and Clint Capela is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a right thumb injury.The Lakers will host the Golden State Warriors in a rematch from Christmas Day on Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Staples Center in Los Angeles.Photo Credit: AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith
The Riverside Police Department welcomes its very own first bomb squad dog. Shadow is a 3-year-old Labrador trained to identify odors used to make explosives.Since the San Bernardino mass shooting in 2015, Riverside Police created an explosive detection program and added a friendly dog to keep people out of danger. LA Firefighter Recognized for Saving Three Children Detective James Dana has known Shadow since he was 14 months old.As soon as he hears the phone ring or sees me get in uniform, he knows hes going to work so he is bouncing and ready to go, said Dana. Animal Control Officers Become Woolsey Fire Heroes Shadow is a well-trained dog that can complete a search that might take officers three times as long.Over the last couple of years he has found 18 different weapons -- three of them were used in homicides, Dana said. Man Runs 5,000 Miles to Raise Money for Firefighters Battling Cancer Shadow has earned a law enforcement community service award usually reserved for human officers. His acts have made him a popular dog on social media with his own Instagram account.Photo Credit: Instagram This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
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