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Glendale,, CA 91201   Directions

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3 arrested after fight between Trump supporters, counter-protesters during Long Beach rally
11/17/2019 1:47am

Three people were arrested Saturday after President Trump supporters clashed with Democratic counter-protesters during a small rally outside of the California Democratic Convention in Long Beach.

Weapon-wielding suspect dead after deputy-involved shooting in Lake Elsinore
11/17/2019 1:33am

A weapon-wielding suspect was killed during a deputy-involved shooting in Lake Elsinore Saturday evening, authorities said.

69-year-old woman killed by hit-and-run driver while crossing the street in Panorama City
11/17/2019 1:27am

Police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who and hit and killed a 69-year-old woman while she was crossing the street in Panorama City.

Presidential Forum: 5 Democratic candidates participate in forum hosted by Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State LA
11/17/2019 1:22am

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

Riverside neighborhood on alert after 3 students say they were robbed while walking home from school
11/16/2019 11:49pm

Police in Riverside are urging caution after three high school students say they were robbed while walking home from school.


4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000



100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(816) 844-444


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

Saugus HS Cheerleader Shares Memories of School Shooting
11/17/2019 12:08am

Its a nightmare you cant wake up from.Fifteen-year-old Amy Foster, a cheerleader at Saugus High School, said she was in the quad when the shooter pulled a handgun from his backpack and started firing, killing two people and, eventually, himself. Saugus High School Not Rushing to Resume Regular Schedule All I saw was black and blue and a gun and the spark of fire of the gun and the sizzling as the bullet is flying past, Amy said.It took a moment for Amy to realize what was happening. Everything came into focus when she heard someone yelling: Run Run School shooter Get off campus Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Then, it was chaos.I turn my head a little bit more, and I can see the gun pointed straight towards where me and my friends are, Amy said she was sitting on a table when the shooting started. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com She added, As Im turning the corner, I can see and hear whewp go past my head and hit somebody in the shoulder.It was crazy, Amy said.I didnt know what to do. I kept running and running and running.The memories of those horrifying moments keep the 15-year-old up at night.I knew people were shot and killed while I was running, but I couldnt do anything to save them, Amy said.She said shes trying to say positive through everything, but she will return to class only when she is ready. And her parents are behind her 100.They need to be with their friends, Rob Foster, Amys father, said.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Saugus High School Not Rushing to Resume Regular Schedule
11/16/2019 8:23pm

Following a deadly shooting at a high school in Santa Clarita, the school district has announced that Saugus High School will not resume regular instruction until December.All schools in the William S. Hart Union High School District, with the exception of Saugus High School, will resume their normal schedules of classes, according to Dave Caldwell, the public relations officer for the school district. Sheriff Says Shooting Was Planned, But Victims Were Random at Saugus High Saugus High School, however, will not resume its regular class schedule undil after Thanksgiving, Caldwell said.The Saugus High School schedule for the upcoming weeek will be as follows: Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Monday, Nov. 18-School remains closed for studentsTuesday, Nov. 19-Students are welcome to come on to campus to retrieve belongings from 10-12:00. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com Wednesday, Nov. 20-From 10-2:00, optional activities will be planned for Saugus students that involve helping them process, heal and move forward.Thursday, Nov. 21-From 10-12:00, optional activities will be planned for Saugus students that involve helping them process, heal and move forward. Saugus Staff will be in Professional Development from 12-2Friday, Nov. 22-School remains closed for studentsClasses will resume for students after the Thanksgiving break on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, the district said.Photo Credit: Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images

One Person Killed in Deputy-Involved Shooting in Lake Elsinore
11/17/2019 12:45am

One person was killed after a deputy-involved shooting occurred in Lake Elsinore Saturday, the Riverside County Sheriffs Department said.Deputies responded to a report of a man brandishing a weapon in the 3000 block of Ash Street around 5:22 p.m., the department said. When the man ignored orders and refused to drop the weapon, a deputy-involved shooting occurred, according to the RCSD. Man Impersonated Police Officer to Get Free Haircut, Riverside Police Say No deputies were injured, the RCSD said.Homicide investigators were investigating the shooting. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.Photo Credit: Riverside County Sheriffs Department

Buttigieg Tops New Iowa Poll of Democratic Presidential Hopefuls
11/16/2019 8:57pm

Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, topped the latest poll of likely Democratic voters in Iowa, the first state in the nation to weigh in, via caucus, on who should be the blue partys choice for president, NBC News reports.The moderate mayor supported by 25 percent of respondents was followed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts with 16 percent former Vice President Joe Biden, 15 percent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, 15 percent and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, 6 percent. Trump Makes Unannounced Visit to Walter Reed White House Says He Had Quick Exam and Labs The poll of 500 likely caucus-goers was conducted by the Des Moines Register, CNN and Mediacom.Buttigieg was described by the Register as having rocketed to the top of the crowded Democratic field of about 19 candidates. His standing has risen 16 percentage points since September, according to its polling. Biden, Warren Absence at California Gathering Irks Top Dems Photo Credit: CHRIS CARLSON/POOL/AFP via Getty Images


1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000


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The Press-Enterprise

1825 Chicago Ave
Riverside, CA 92501   Directions

(951) 368-9000


Legislative report card promotes truth to protect taxpayers: Jon Coupal
11/17/2019 3:30am

Increasingly, party affiliation is not always an indicator of sympathy toward taxpayer issues.

USC quotable: Trojans break down big win over Cal
11/17/2019 3:16am

Clay Helton, Kedon Slovis, Michael Pittman and more break down USCs win.

Murrieta Valley volleyball reflects on special journey after loss in regional semifinals
11/17/2019 2:11am

The Nighthawks history-making season comes to an end with a loss to Carlsbad in five games.

Vista Murrieta volleyball knocks off Sierra Canyon in SoCal Regional semifinals
11/17/2019 1:57am

Vista Murrieta wins an epic battle with top-seeded Sierra Canyon in the Division I regional semifinals.

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