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Roger Stone verdict: Trump ally found guilty of witness tampering, lying to Congress
11/15/2019 11:30am

Roger Stone, a longtime friend and ally of President Donald Trump, was found guilty Friday of witness tampering and lying to Congress about his pursuit of Russian-hacked emails damaging to Hillary Clintons 2016 election bid.

Doctors warn about dangers and spread of eyelash lice
11/15/2019 11:29am

If youre a fan of eyelash extensions or you wear them often, you may want to think about the last time you cleaned them.

Browns' Garrett suspended indefinitely after hitting Steelers' Rudolph in head with helmet during Thursday Night Football brawl
11/15/2019 11:28am

Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett has been suspended without pay indefinitely after ripping off Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolphs helmet and clubbing him on the head during the final seconds of Thursday Night Football.

LIVE: Impeachment Hearing: Marie Yovanovitch, fired ambassador to Ukraine, says she felt 'big threat'
11/15/2019 11:23am

The House opened a second day of Trump impeachment hearings Friday with a key witness: Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine who was targeted by the presidents allies in a smear campaign now central to the inquiry.

SoCal forecast: Morning clouds, cooler temps Friday
11/15/2019 11:19am

Southern California can expect to see morning clouds Friday and cool temperatures throughout the day.


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Detectives Seized Guns at Home of Suspected Santa Clarita School Shooter in the Past
11/15/2019 7:56am

As detectives searched the home of a 16-year-old boy who allegedly walked onto campus Thursday morning and opened fire on his classmates, leaving two of them dead and injuring others, authorities revealed they discovered other guns at the teens home.Detectives, with the help of SWAT teams and bomb squads, served a search warrant Thursday at the home of Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow, close to Saugus High School where the shooting took place. Updates: Download the NBCLA App The police went into the house. They swarmed the house, the suspects neighbor Tom Morreale said.According to court records, the 16-year-olds mother and father took a dispute to court in 2016 over who should have custody of the teen. Students Hid Under Tables, Blocked Doors With Desks at First Sounds of Gunfire That case was resolved in August 2016.Around the same time, several law enforcement sources have told NBC4 that deputies from the Santa Clarita Sheriffs station detained the teenagers father on an involuntary hold for a mental health evaluation. Deadly Santa Clarita High School Shooting Lasted 16 Seconds As a result of that, deputies seized a number of firearms from the home. Those guns were eventually destroyed by the county.After that event, sources say the father would have been considered a prohibited purchaser, or someone who could not legally purchase a gun in California.The father died of natural causes in December 2017.How the teen got ahold of the .45 caliber pistol used in the school shooting wasnt yet known. Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms have been on scene throughout the day working to trace its history from manufacture to the crime scene.The question remains over how the weapons in the home were obtained, considering some guns in the home were already confiscated in years past, and the teen gunman was too young to purchase them on his own.His father died very recently. So apparently he had a lot of stress from that, Morreale said.Another neighbor said he was shocked and never wouldve expected the teen to shoot anyone.He always had a smile on his face, Jacob Labrie said.John Cdiz Klemack contributed to this report.Read full coverage on the shooting here.Photo Credit: NBCLA This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Deadly Santa Clarita High School Shooting Lasted 16 Seconds
11/14/2019 9:11pm

Two students were killed when a 16-year-old classmate pulled a handgun from his backpack and opened fire Thursday morning at a high school in Santa Clarita.Police and firefighters responded around 7:30 a.m. to Saugus High School, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles, followed by anxious parents who had heard reports of a shooter at the campus. Updates: Download the NBCLA App I hate to have Saugus be added to the names of Columbine, Parkland, Sandy Hook, but its a reality that affects us all throughout the nation, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said.The deceased students were identified as a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl. Three other victims remained hospitalized. Top Moment: Yovanovitch Responds to Real-Time Trump Attack Villanuevasaid the 16-year-old shooter, who used a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol to shoot his classmates and then himself, was transported to a hospital in grave condition. He shot himself in the head, Villanueva said.Multiple law enforcement sources told the NBC4 I-Team that the shooter, identified asNathaniel Tennosuke Berhow, was brain dead and not expected to recover. Roger Stone Guilty of Witness Tampering, Lying to Congress Berhow was originally described as a 15-year-old boy, but it was later revealed that the shooting occurred on his birthday Thursday.The entirety of the shooting lasted 16 seconds.Officials said in a news conference that the shooter was captured on camera reaching into a backpack, shooting five students, and then shooting himself.From the time that he withdrew the handgun from his backpack to the time he was on the ground with a gunshot wound to his head, was about 16 seconds, Capt. Kent Wegener of LASD Sheriffs Homicide Bureau said.When first responders converged on the schools outdoor quad, they found multiple injured students, including the suspected shooter. They all were scooped up and taken to the hospital in the chaos of the situation.LA County Fire Chief Daryl Osbysaid officials discovered six injured people suffering from gunshot wounds the most critical was one found shot in the head, another in cardiac arrest.Detective Daniel Finn of the Santa Clarita Sheriffs station had just dropped off a family member at the school and was driving away when he saw children running away from the sound of the gunfire, Villanueva said.And he turned around and became the very first person on scene, he said. They entered the school literally within seconds of the shooting.The victims were all Saugus students, according to officials. Two of them, a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy, died later at the hospital. The other injured victims were described as a 14-year-old girl, a 15-year-old girl and another 14-year-old boy, Capt. Kent Wegener of the sheriffs homicide bureau said.One victim was in stable condition at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, and one was released, Dr. Larry Kidd said.The weapon the shooter used was recovered at scene. It had no rounds left in it, Wegener said.Aerial video showed students with hands raised being escorted by deputies from the school of about 2,300 students. They were taken to school buses with armed deputies on board.The impact this is going to have not only on school but community is tremendous, LA County supervisor Kathryn Barger said. Many of the sheriffs and fire officials who work here, live here, and either have children who attended this school or currently attend this school. So this hit very, very, very close to home.Student Malena Peters was running late, accompanied by her mom as she arrived to a stunning scene at the school.We just see all of these students, running out and screaming, Malena said. I never thought it would actually happen.Malenas brother and a cousin were in the school during the search for the shooter. Both are OK, she said.Student Sharon Orelana Cordova said she took cover under a table in a nurses office until officers came to get her.When I got out, I saw this person lying on the ground with blood all over, she said.Nearby residents were urged to lock their doors and remain inside during the search for the shooter, which extended from the campus to a nearby neighborhood. Authorities said later Thursday that the shooter was no longer considered a threat.Several patrol vehicles were seen in a neighborhood near the school, where deputies with guns drawn were positioned outside a house.Its one of my worst nightmares as a sheriff, Villanueva said.There was no immediate word on a motive. The suspected shooters girlfriend and mother were both at the sheriffs station, speaking to authorities.Thats going to take us a while to go through,Villanueva said.Undersheriff Tim Murakami said rumors that the shooter posted threats on social media will be investigated.Distressed parents arrived at the high school looking for their children.Its a great school and a great community, and we never thought something like this wouldve happened here, a mother told NBC4.Central Park on Bouquet Canyon Road was being used for a family reunification center.Im a 52-year resident of Santa Clarita, and I grew up in the Saugus area. We need to say no more. As the FBI special agent said, this is a tragic event, and it happens too frequently. Across the nation I hear frequently, no more, no more, no more.When are we going to come together as a community in Santa Clarita, and the rest of the communities, to say no moreCapt. Robert Lewis of the Santa Clarita Sheriffs Department said.White House spokesman Judd Deere said President Donald Trump was monitoring the reports.The Centre located at 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway will be open from 5-7 p.m. for families and community members who need support, per the city of Santa Clarita.All schools in the Hart School District were to be closed Friday, Nov. 15, per a district spokesperson.Two churches were holding services for the community to gather and mourn.Grace Baptist Church 6-8 p.m., 22833 Copper Hill Drive, Santa ClaritaReal Life Church service 7-9 p.m., 23841 Newhall Ranch Rd., ValenciaSt. Stephens Episcopal Church 7 p.m., 24901 Orchard Village Road, Santa ClaritaNBCLAs Heather Navarro and the NBC4 I-Teams Eric Leonard contributed to this report.Photo Credit: AP This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Top Moment: Yovanovitch Responds to Real-Time Trump Attack
11/15/2019 11:27am

House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff interrupted the impeachment hearing Friday morning to give the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine a chance to answer President Donald Trumps real-time attacks on her on Twitter.Schiff took over the questioning to read aloud Trumps broadside against the former ambassador, Marie Yovanovitch, as she was testifying. 2nd Open Impeachment Hearing: Here Are the Opening Statements Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad, Trump tweeted just after 10 a.m. She started off in Somalia, how did that go Then fast forward to Ukraine, where the new Ukrainian President spoke unfavorably about her in my second phone call with him.Schiffjumped into the questioning by the Democrats chief counsel to call out the president. He asked whether everywhere she went had turned bad, as the president alleged. Ousted Ambassador Testifies in Trump Impeachment Probe I dont think I have such powers, saidYovanovitch, who had moments earlier described dodging bullets in past postings.Not in Mogadishu, Somalia and not in other places. I actually think that where I have served over the years, I and others have demonstrably made things better, for the U.S. as well as for the countries that Ive served in.Ukraine, which has what she described huge challenges as far as corruption, had made a lot of progress since 2014, including during the years she was there.The Ukrainian people get the most credit for that and a part of that creed goes to the work of United States and to me as the ambassador, she said.On Fox News, the former Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr said, I must say that the president was not advised by counsel in deciding to do this tweet. Extraordinarily poor judgment .Obviously this was quite injurious.Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney said the president was wrong to tweet criticism of Yovanovitch during her testimony.She said Yovanovitch clearly is somebody whos been a public servant to the United States for decades and I dont think the president should have done that.And New York Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik told CNN, I disagree with the tweet. I think Ambassador Yovanovitch is a public servant,like many of our public servants in the Foreign Service.In her opening statement,Yovanovitchtalked about the dangers of being a diplomat in hot spots during her 33 years of public service.There is a perception that diplomats lead a comfortable life throwing dinner parties in fancy homes, she testified. Let me tell you about some of my reality. It has not always been easy. I have moved 13 times and served in seven different countries, five of them hardship posts.Among her posts was Somalia, an increasing dangerous place where the countrys civil war was grinding on. She helped to open the U.S. embassy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, where a gunman sprayed the building with gunfire.She later served in Moscow.In 1993, during the attempted coup in Russia, I was caught in crossfire between presidential and parliamentary forces, she said. It took us three triesme without a helmet or body armorto get into a vehicle to go to the Embassy.Yovanovitch also testified Friday that it sounded like a threat when Trump told the Ukrainian president during his July 25 phone call at the center of impeachment proceedings, Well shes going to go through some things.Schiff then asked her the effect of todays attack by the president.And now the president in real-time is attacking you, the chairman said. What effect do you think that has on other witnesses willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoingIts very intimidating, she said.Asked whether it was designed to intimidate, Yovanovitch said she couldnt get into Trumps mind.Schiff ended with, Some of us take witness intimidation very, very seriously.

2nd Open Impeachment Hearing: Here Are the Opening Statements
11/15/2019 10:02am

Here are opening statements from the second public impeachment hearing on Nov. 15, which featured the testimony of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee spoke first, followed by ranking member Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.Here is Marie Yovanovitchs statement:Here is Rep. Schiffs statement.Here is Rep. Nunes statement.Videos will be added as they become available.Photo Credit: AP

Latest School Shooting a 'Nightmare You Can't Wake Up From'
11/15/2019 10:22am

Mourners gathered at a park Thursday night just hours after a horrific shooting at a Southern California high schoolto remember the victims and share words of comfort during a day of pain and grieving.Central Park had been used earlier that day as a reunification point for families and students, some sharing a tearful embrace. Many returned to the park for Thursday nights vigil. Updates: Download the NBCLA App Its like a dream, said Laren Wells, a sophomore. But not a good dream, like a nightmare you cant wake up from.The nightmare began when a student who had just turned 16 Thursday pulled a handgun from his backpack and opened fire on a group of classmates in the campus quad area. Two students, a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl, were killed. Top Moment: Yovanovitch Responds to Real-Time Trump Attack 564928732, CThree other students were injured. They include two girls, ages 14 and 15, who are in good condition and recovering at a hospital. A 14-year-old boy was treated and released Thursday. Roger Stone Guilty of Witness Tampering, Lying to Congress The shooting sent students scrambling for cover while others barricaded themselves inside classrooms or offices.Another vigil is planned for Sunday night.On Thursday night, students and family members gathered at a large church service and a nighttime vigil with the hope of bringing some kind of peace from the madness.Junior ROTC squad leader Joshua Mourthi said the murder of a fellow cadet, whose name has not been officially released, inspired his squad to organize the nighttime meetup.We heard one of our cadets was wounded and another was in the hospital, he said. Thought wed get together to support him. Eventually we did find out, he did pass.564930342, CThe shooting affected students who were nowhere close.I was like two minutes away, said Layla Gilstrap, a sophomore. We got notification from the district, Turn around Go home Theres a shooting at Saugus High SchoolIt was alarming.My friend was in the room with one of the girls that was injured, Gilstrap said. Had to stop her from bleeding, cant imagine.Wells said one of the girls who was shot is also on the tennis team.She was going through surgery, Wells said. Were praying for her right now.564968982, CAt Grace Baptist Church, between 600 and 700 people gathered for a service Thursday evening because no one wants to be alone right now, the pastor said.We were just praying that those kids would make it. My heart just goes out to the families that arent able to hug their kids tonight, parent Chelsea Kay said.564968912, CThree of the victims, including the two that lost their lives, were members of the Real Life Church in Valencia, which also held a service for 1,800 attendees.Among them was Saugus student Brandon Dutt, who heard two or three gunshots before he called his mom.Hes calling me, and he says, Mom, I have to run, Im running, because theres a shooter, Winnie Dutt, Brandons mother and member of the church, said through tears.A couple hundred kids were trying to squeeze through this one exit, trying to get from one exit to the back of the school, Brandon said. Pastor Rusty George said his congregation recognizes the power of grieving together, and that the victims families were shocked and devastated.Its just really hard to imagine that I dropped my son off, and that couldve been the last time I saw him, Dutt said.Photo Credit: Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Ang 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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2 teens wounded in Saugus High School shooting in Santa Clarita could be released from hospital in coming days
11/15/2019 11:20am

A third student, a 14-year-old boy who was also shot, was treated and released from a hospital on Thursday.

Trump friend Roger Stone guilty of witness tampering, lying to Congress
11/15/2019 11:08am

Stone was convicted of all seven counts in an indictment that accused him of lying to Congress, tampering with a witness and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the 2016 election.

Mayor plans to veto San Bernardino council’s vote against new Animal Services Department
11/15/2019 11:07am

Some city leaders opposed condensing three animal service positions into one and bringing the eventual hire on as a director.

Bloomberg and the plight of the oligarchs: Joel Kotkin
11/15/2019 10:54am

The smug progressivism of Bloomberg and the tech oligarchs may prove unsaleable no matter how many millions they throw down the political rathole.

Court wrongly halts public pension info
11/15/2019 10:36am

Providing the additional information will help taxpayers understand disability costs and will do a better job than a tip line in keeping an eye on any potential abuse.

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