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KABC-TV
KABC-TV

500 Circle Seven Dr
Glendale,, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7777

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Dead roaches, rodents found during routine inspection in Moreno Valley school cafeteria
09/16/2019 7:59am

Dead mice and roaches were found Friday during a routine inspection at the cafeteria of a Moreno Valley school.

Man fatally shot near Santa Ana College, crashes car into campus parking lot
09/16/2019 7:45am

A man was fatally shot while driving a vehicle near Santa Ana College early Monday morning, police said.

Man accused of impersonating police officer, robbery and pursuit near La Cañada Flintridge
09/16/2019 7:07am

A man is in custody for allegedly impersonating a police officer and robbing a person near La Caada Flintridge.

Top stories from ABC7 on Instagram
09/16/2019 6:53am

Here are ABC7s top stories on Instagram.

US flag that survived Hurricane Dorian will be auctioned to help storm victims
09/16/2019 6:23am

The American flag that flew through Hurricane Dorian at Frying Pan Tower is now up for auction.

KCBS-TV
KCBS-TV

4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000

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KNBC
KNBC

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(816) 844-444

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Too Many Mistakes for Short-Handed Chargers in Loss to Lions
09/16/2019 12:15am

Philip Rivers rattled off a lengthy list of problems for the Los Angeles Chargers, trying to avoid using his teams health issues as an excuse.Nothing we did out there today, from the fumbles, the interceptions, to the two touchdowns called back, to a couple third-and-shorts we didnt convert that had nothing to do with injuries, Rivers said. Thats all self-inflicted.Rivers left out one important area a struggling kicking game but he was right that the short-handed Chargers had plenty of chances to pull away from Detroit on Sunday.Instead, they let the Lions stay in the game until the fourth quarter, when Detroit took the lead and won 13-10.Los Angeles is without safety Derwin James foot, tight end Hunter Henry knee and cornerback Trevor Williams quad, and on Sunday, the Chargers were also missing kicker Michael Badgley groin. Ty Long, the punter, made a 39-yard field goal at the end of the first half, but he also missed from 39 and 41 yards in the second half.But the Lions made mistakes of their own. Kicker Matt Prater missed a field goal and an extra point, and Matthew Stafford threw two interceptions. Rivers and the Chargers led 10-6 in the third quarter and appeared poised to increase their advantage.Justin Jackson broke free for a 60-yard touchdown run, but that was called back for holding toward the end of the play. Then Rivers threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Austin Ekeler, only to have that brought back for an illegal block.It still appeared Los Angeles would reach the end zone. The Chargers had first-and-goal from the 1 but Ekeler fumbled trying to leap toward the goal line. Hed scored in similar fashion earlier in the game.Theres a time to leap, and theres a time to run through, coach Anthony Lynn said. Usually in a got-to-have-it situation, you can go over the top and extend the ball, but that definitely wasnt a got-to-have-it situation. The ball should have been secured.The Lions recovered the fumble, and the Chargers never did score again. After falling behind, they drove into field goal range, but on third-and-19 from the Detroit 28, Rivers threw deep into coverage for Keenan Allen and was intercepted by Darius Slay with 1:03 remaining.We were just trying to make a play at the end of the game, probably was too aggressive, Allen said. If we could do it again, probably drop it off short and go for a field goal.Rivers said no matter how the play looked, he didnt think it was any kind of desperation throw.Slays back was turned to me, so I thought, Keenan maybe, interference maybe, or incomplete and lets go kick it, Rivers said. I certainly didnt think interception or I wouldnt have thrown it.It was a frustrating ending for Los Angeles on a day the Chargers rolled up 424 yards.We cant fumble the ball on the 1-yard line, we cant have two touchdowns called back with penalties, weve got to make our damn kicks, Lynn said.

Rams and Saints Sequel Not as Good as Original
09/16/2019 2:52am

Do you remember the original Speed movie starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra BullockReeves starred as LAPD officer Jack Traven, a man called upon to rescue passengers on a public bus that had a bomb strapped to it. If the bus went below 50 MPH, it would explode. Intense action ensued in a heart-stopping thrill ride that was both a critical and commercial success.A few years later, the sequel came out. Reeves reportedly didnt like the script for Speed 2, so he dropped out and was replaced by actor Jason Patric in the starring role. The movie was panned by critics and grossed less than half of the original at the box office.The lesson here is that sometimes the sequel doesnt live up to the original, especially when the star does not return.That was the case with the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in a highly anticipated rematch of the NFC Championship game from January.Similar to the original Speed film, the first matchup between two of the best offenses in the NFC was a back-and-forth shootout filled with action, controversy, and plenty of drama.The Rams won that game in overtime, 26-23, and advanced to their first Super Bowl since 2001. Despite the stunning upset inside the Superdome, the game was overshadowed by an egregious mistake by the referees on a blown pass interference call late in the fourth quarter.The Saints argued that a Super Bowl berth was stolen from them. The Rams were tired of hearing that their Super Bowl appearance was not earned, but gifted, by the men wearing black-and-white stripes.Fans in New Orleans sued the NFL, the league changed the rules because of the play, and the Rams eventually would lose to the Patriots 13-3 in Super Bowl 53 without scoring a single touchdown.Seven months later, the two teams would meet again with less on the line. The Rams were eager to prove that they could defeat the Saints without the benefit of a blown call. The Saints wanted revenge. What unfolded was far different than anyone expected.Drew Brees, the Saints future Hall-of-Fame quarterback, exited the game with a right thumb injury in the first quarter, and the Rams went on to rout New Orleans, 27-9, in the first game of the newly renovated Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.The matchup of two of the top three scoring offenses in the NFL last season sputtered out of the gate. No touchdowns were scored in the first half, and another no-call by the referees stole points from the Saints.Midway through the second quarter, with the game tied at 3-3, Jared Goff appeared to have been stripped by Saints defensive end, Trey Hendrickson. Goffs fumble bounced into the arms of Cameron Jordan who returned it all the way to the end zone for a defensive touchdown.However, referees whistled the play dead, believing that it was not a fumble, but an incomplete pass. The Saints challenged the play, and the call was reversed to a fumble. However, because the officials blew the play dead, the Saints touchdown was negated, and instead they took over possession on their own 13-yard-line.When we get poor officiating or we get an awful call like that, we cant control that, said Saints head coach Sean Payton. Our focus this week is going to be on cleaning up the penalties and making sure we got the right guys on the field, too.The Rams would head into the locker room with a 6-3 lead, and ran away from New Orleans in the second half as the offense sputtered without Brees.Brees had to leave the game for just the second time in his 14-year career with the Saints. Brees received x-rays after the game, and said he will see a hand specialist in Los Angeles on Monday. When asked if he was concerned about the injury moving forward, he was straightforward and to the point.Yeah, I am concerned, he said after the game. Im hoping its not too significant.Without their quarterback, the Saints wont have a lot of takeaways from their loss. They will hope Brees wont miss any significant time with the injury, and perhaps do a better job at trying to withhold the reigning two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Aaron Donald, from wreaking havoc on the field.Donald was the one who hit Brees hand on the play that knocked him out of the game, and he added another quarterback hit and a tackle for loss later in the game.I just tried to get the ball, and I hit his hand. I was just trying to make a play, said Donald about the injury to Brees. I felt like I showed improvement. I gotta keep getting better. Im still not satisfied.Meanwhile for the Rams, theres plenty of positives they can takeaway from their rematch with the Saints, but mostly theres relief that they wont have to hear about the blown pass interference call that helped send them to Super Bowl anymore.What happened last year, weve kind of moved past that, said LA Rams head coach Sean McVay after the win. Its a new season, theres new challenges, and well enjoy this one and then get ready to see if we can find a way to get to 3-0.First and foremost the Rams defense has struggled early in their previous three matchups with the Saints. New Orleans scored a combined 34 points in the first quarter against the Rams in their last three meetings.With Brees on the field for the first 12 minutes of the game, the Rams shutout the Saints defense in the first quarter, and held them to just three field goals from there on out. It was just the fourth time in over thirteen seasons that the Saints did not score an offensive touchdown.Drews obviously one of the greatest of all-time, and you go in there game planning for him, said Rams linebacker Clay Matthews. When a guy like Teddy Bridgewater comes in, it affects our rush plan and how hes able to escape the pocket. I thought for the most part we held him in check. We didnt give up a touchdown, and thats tremendous against that offense.Although it took a while to develop a rhythm, the Rams offense eventually got rolling and was able to put up three touchdowns on the Saints in the second half.It sometimes takes time, said Goff about the offense. I think we scored six points in the first half and were able to come away with a 27-9 win, and youre happy about it no matter what. I think every game is different and this game took us a little while to find it.One player the Rams didnt have in the NFC title game was wide receiver Cooper Kupp, easily Goffs favorite target. Kupp made a difference for the Rams in the rematch on Sunday, leading L.A. with five catches for 120 yards.Just to be able to play this game again is a blessing, said Kupp. All the glory to God. being able to come back and when you go through this adversity. To have the team around me that I did. To have the guys in this locker room encouraging me day in and day out. Going through the recovery is a grind. But when youre coming into work each day and youve got these kind of guys to come in and encourage you, it makes things much easier.Kupp made the play of the game with a 67-yard catch-and-run in the fourth quarter that broke the game open after Goff called his own number for a rushing touchdown on the very next play.Fans of the two most prolific offenses in the league will certainly be disappointed by the lack of points put up in the rematch without Brees on the field, but if the two teams were to meet again in the NFC Championship expect to see plenty of fireworks the second time around.Photo Credit: Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Vapers Seek Relief From Nicotine Addiction in — Wait for It — Cigarettes
09/15/2019 7:48pm

Lucas McClain started smoking cigarettes in high school but switched to vaping after he heard e-cigarettes were a safer alternative. His vape of choice became the Juul, the king of electronic cigarettes which comes with a king-size nicotine hit, NBC News reports.Now 21, McClain wants to quit so badly that hes turning back to the problem he fled in the first place: good old-fashioned cigarettes. New York Moves to Enact Statewide Flavored E-Cig Ban One Juul pod, which provides about 200 puffs, contains as much nicotine as a pack of cigarettes. On stressful days, McClain could finish a pod in three hours and as he and others figure out just how potent these and other e-cigarettes are, many want out.Some are turning back to combustible cigarettes or taking them up for the first time in a dangerous bid to lower their nicotine intake and ultimately get off their vapes.Isnt it ironic that to quit juul I bought cigarettes, says one Twitter user. Another points out that its strange that she used the device to quit smoking cigarettes but is now far more addicted to my Juul than I ever was to cigs.Photo Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Omar Defends Comments After Criticism From 9/11 Mourner
09/15/2019 7:03pm

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., sought on Sunday to clarify a comment she made about the September 11th terror attacks after one mourner referenced the remark during a memorial event this week, NBC News reports.9/11 was an attack on all Americans, Omar told CBSs Face the Nation. It was an attack on all of us. And I certainly could not understand the weight of the pain that the victims of the families of 9/11 must feel. But I think it is really important for us to make sure that we are not forgetting, right, the aftermath of what happened after 9/11. Never Forget: NYC, Nation Mark 18 Years Since 9/11 Attacks Many Americans found themselves now having their civil rights stripped from them, she continued. And so what I was speaking to was the fact that as a Muslim, not only was I suffering as an American who was attacked on that day, but the next day I woke up as my fellow Americans were now treating me a suspect.At a Manhattan memorial commemorating the anniversary of the attacks on Wednesday, Nicholas Haros Jr. of New Jersey took the stage wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with some people did something, highlighting a past remark from Omar.Today I am here to respond to you, exactly who did what to whom, Haros, who lost his mother, Francis Haros, in the attack, said. We know who and what was done, theres no uncertainty about that.Photo Credit: Aurora Samperio/NurPhoto via Getty Images

'Instruments of Terror': Beto O'Rourke Defends Mandatory Gun Buyback Plan
09/15/2019 6:53pm

Former Rep. Beto ORourke defended his call for mandatory buybacks of certain semi-automatic weapons in an exclusive interview on Meet the Press Sunday, pushing back on criticism from Republicans as well as some from within his own party who think the Democratic presidential hopefuls proposal has gone too far.ORourke said the opposition to his proposal shows how screwed up the priorities in Washington D.C. are while evoking recent, high-profile mass shootings like the one in his hometown of El Paso, Texas, NBC News reports. Embattled Israeli PM Fights for Survival in Do-Over Election I refuse to even acknowledge the politics or the polling, or the fear or the NRA. That has purchased the complicity and silence of members of Congress, he said. And this weak response to a real tragedy in America, 40,000 gun deaths a year, weve got to do something about it and Im proposing we do something about it.ORourkes plan would ban weapons classified as assault weapons as well as high-capacity magazines and silencers. It would also mandate that people who own weapons that become illegal under the new policy sell their guns back to the government. New York Moves to Enact Statewide Flavored E-Cig Ban Delaware Democratic Sen. Chris Coons, who has endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden, told CNN on Friday that he thinks the plan plays into the talking point from Republicans that Democrats are coming for your guns and said that he thinks the proposal isnt wise.Photo Credit: Heidi Gutman/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

KTTV-TV 11 - FOX
KTTV-TV 11 - FOX

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

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The Press-Enterprise
The Press-Enterprise

1825 Chicago Ave
Riverside, CA 92501   Directions

(951) 368-9000

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No Deal: Auto workers strike against GM in contract dispute
09/16/2019 7:31am

DETROIT AP More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walked off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines early Monday as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike.

After bankruptcy filing, Purdue Pharma may not be off hook
09/16/2019 7:23am

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and its owners expressed sympathy but not responsibility for the nations opioid crisis as the company filed for bankruptcy protection late Sunday night, part of a move to settle some 2,600 lawsuits most from state and local governments.

DUI suspected in fiery San Bernardino crash that left 4 hospitalized
09/16/2019 12:40am

Two people managed to escape a burning SUV involved in the collision on Saturday, Sept. 14, but suffered life-threatening injuries, officials said.

Teams mash grapes and fill wine bottles in Grape Stomp at Temecula’s South Coast Winery
09/15/2019 11:53pm

The annual event has become a popular harvest tradition in the Temecula Valley Wine Country

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores a hat trick as the Galaxy rout Sporting Kansas City
09/15/2019 11:37pm

Thanks to a hat trick from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and a six-goal second half, the Galaxy knocked off Sporting Kansas City.

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