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The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Oakland Raiders, 19-15, during the preseason opener at the L.A. Coliseum Saturday.
Conditions in Southern California are expected to remain warm Saturday as temperatures slowly increase throughout the week and more humidity returns to the forecast.
A teacher at Castaic Middle School who was reported missing earlier this week has been found, authorities announced.
An ailing Filipino father was determined to do whatever it took to walk his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day.
The wife of Olympic skier Bode Miller has shared a heart-wrenching photo of the couple's dying daughter in hopes they can prevent other parents from experiencing a similar tragedy.
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The badly decomposed body was discovered by a church group off Pico Canyon Road.
Reuben Sherr had last been seen at the school Monday before he disappeared.
Malibu Canyon Road was shut down for several hours.
Wayne Stuart Habell was last seen leaving his Newhall home on the morning of Aug. 13.
Annan, the first black African secretary-general, lead the UN to become an organization far more aggressively engaged in peacekeeping and fighting poverty.
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A trip to the hospital for what was supposed to be one of the happiest days of their lives turned into a nightmare for a couple after ICE agents arrested an undocumented immigrant as he and his wife were to witness the birth of their child.Surveillance video from the San Bernardino Arco station at Highland and Mountainview avenues shows what happened. María del Carmen Venegas said she and her husband, Joel Arrona, were headed to the hospital for a scheduled C-section when ICE agents took Lara into custody as they stopped for fuel. Photos: 19 of the Most Valuable Cars at Sotheby's Monterey Auction The agents, Venegas said, approached the couple and asked them for their IDs, but Arrona was not carrying his at the time.Venegas said she thought the agents were confused and that they initially promised it wouldn't take long and the couple could be on their way. Photos: Firefighters Defend Homes From the Holy Fire "I asked them why they separate good people, why they weren't arresting people who do bad things, and I asked them to let us go," Venegas said in Spanish. "They told me they were only doing their job."The agents instead arrested Arrona and Venegas was forced to get in the drivers' seat and continue to the hospital to give birth without her husband present. Heat Tips: Public Pools, Staying Cool "I never thought that they would take him like that, handcuff him, and that they would leave me stranded at the gas station," Venegas said.When she finally got to the hospital, Venegas said doctors told her her blood pressure was high.A nonprofit has offered its legal services for the couple, but Arrona's future remains unclear."I'm sad because it was a special day to see my new baby brother, and [my father] was not here with us," said Milagros Arrona, one of the couple's five children.Below is a statement in full from ICE:Mr. Arrona-Lara, a citizen of Mexico illegally residing in the United States, was taken into custody Wednesday by ICE Fugitive Operations Team officers in San Bernardino, Calif. Mr. Arrona-Lara is currently in ICE custody pending removal proceedings with the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR).Mr. Arrona-Lara was brought to ICE’s attention due to an outstanding warrant issued for his arrest in Mexico on homicide charges.ICE continues to focus its enforcement resources on individuals who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security. ICE conducts targeted immigration enforcement in compliance with federal law and agency policy. However, ICE will no longer exempt classes or categories of removable aliens from potential enforcement. All of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and, if found removable by final order, removal from the United States.Photo Credit: KNBC/Telemundo
Jose and Tammy Vega arrived at the Camden County Animal Shelter in New Jersey early Saturday morning in search of a four-legged companion. The couple, who was first in line for today's Clear the Shelters event, fell in love with a 7-year-old stray Chihuahua named Pot Pie."He was just really calm tempered, my wife looked over and saw him and we knew he was 'the one,'" Jose Vega told NBC Philadelphia's Jessica Boyington. Clear the Shelters: Watch Live Clear the Shelters, the fourth annual pet adoption drive sponsored by NBC- and Telemundo-owned television stations, culminated Saturday with more than 1,200 shelters participating in dozens of communities across the country.Since this year’s event was launched on July 28, more than 70,000 pets have already been taken. To encourage families to find a new pet, whether puppies, older cats, rabbits or iguanas, many of the participating animal shelters and rescue organizations are reducing or waiving adoption fees. Good Human! Dog Training Is About Teaching Owners: Expert At the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland in Westbrook, Maine, workers were hopeful that 13-year-old June Bug, a "sato" — feral dog in Puerto Rico — rescued after Hurricane Maria, would finally get the companion she deserved. June Bug had been at the shelter since the winter and on Saturday, she was adopted by woman "who came in specifically for her," said Jeana Roth, director of community engagement at the shelter. "We all cried," Roth added. Odd Couples: Unlikely Species Form Heartwarming Friendships And it's not just dogs that are finding fur-ever homes during Clear the Shelters. Molly, an 11-year-old dark grey tabby cat, was adopted Saturday from the Camden County Animal Shelter. Molly's new mom, Jane DeNoto, had been thinking about getting a cat to replace her beloved Gretal who passes away eight months ago. "She's a little bit shy, quiet," DeNoto said of Molly. "When I saw her, I thought, 'She's another Gretel!'"In Atlanta, Georgia, 6-year-old Cameron was thrilled to adopt her first pet ever, a kitten, from Lifeline Animal Project's Fulton County Animal Services. The organization said its shelters in DeKalb and Fulton counties have been taking in up to 10 litters of kittens a day, "so every adopted kitten is a victory for us."When Aces arrived at the Irving Animal Shelter in Texas he was very skittish and scared, and needed surgery to remove his right eye. The Shepard mix was surrendered to the shelter because his owner had too many pets."He’s a little broken, and I’m a vet, so I’m a little broken, so we’ll help each other,” said his new mom Olivia, who adopted Aces on Saturday. "And I just lost a dog in May so, I know he’s going to help.”Even those covering the event at the Irving shelter in North Texas couldn't help themselves. Telemundo 39 anchor Norma Garcia "couldn't say no" to an adorable puppy at the shelter on Saturday and decided to adopt him.In Illinois, Bethy found the perfect dog in Joey the Chihuaha. The Chicago resident lives in a senior citizens building and has been wanting a dog for a long time. "I'm so happy," she said.Brothers Tito and Thomas, 3-month-old Chihuaha Terrier mixes, both found forever homes on Saturday during the Clear the Shelters event at the Humane Society of Greater Miami in Florida. Friends Nicole Wade adopted Tito and Suzanne Hosang took home Thomas.The need remains great. The number of animals entering shelters each year is about 6.5 million, 3.3 million dogs and 3.2 million cats, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Though the number has declined from about 7.2 million in 2011, with the biggest drop in the number of dogs, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized each year.On the happier side, about 3.2 million shelter animals are adopted annually and another 710,000 are returned to their owners.Clear the Shelters began in North Texas in 2014 as a partnership among the NBC and Telemundo stations in Dallas-Fort Worth and dozens of North Texas animal shelters. More than 2,200 homeless animals were adopted that first year, the most in a single day in North Texas.A year later that number jumped to nearly 20,000 as the adoption drive went national, with more than 400 shelters taking part across the country. Last year, as the event was extended over a month, more than 80,000 pets were adopted from over 900 shelters.Photo Credit: Joe Kaczmarek/ARL This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A 51-year-old man died after being struck by a pickup truck driven by a suspected drunk driver in Huntington Beach, police said Saturday.Officers responded to a call of a traffic collision involving a vehicle and pedestrian in the area of Warner Avenue and Rotterdam Lane at 9 p.m. Friday and located a pedestrian in need of medial attention, according to Sgt. Julio Mendez of the Huntington Beach Police Department. Photos: 19 of the Most Valuable Cars at Sotheby's Monterey Auction Paramedics were requested and the victim was transported to a hospital where he later died, Mendez said.The driver of a black 2003 Chevy Avalanche involved in the crash remained at the scene and, upon further investigation, was placed under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, said Mendez. Photos: Firefighters Defend Homes From the Holy Fire Investigators believe the victim entered the westbound lanes of Warner Avenue when he was struck by the truck traveling west on Warner Avenue, Mendez said. It's unclear whether the pedestrian was in a crosswalk at the time of the collision.
Shelters are being cleared and hearts are being filled as animals find their forever homes during the annual Clear the Shelters event on Saturday.Photo Credit: Lori Bentley
A man who captured the moment when a woman threw coffee in his face announced Friday that he will take legal action against his attacker.Miguel Sánchez says Rhonda Michelle Polon threw the coffee at him last week as he was working at a Culver City apartment complex where she resides. Photos: 19 of the Most Valuable Cars at Sotheby's Monterey Auction Sánchez, who is Mexican, alleges that Polon began insulting him for no reason and would not let him into the apartment where he was supposed to be working due to his being a Latino.Sánchez said he initially did not plan on pressing charges, but he changed his mind after his wife received a threatening Facebook message from a page supposedly belonging to Polon. Photos: Firefighters Defend Homes From the Holy Fire Both Sánchez and his lawyer say they're not looking for money from the lawsuit; they just want to ensure the safety of Sánchez's family and of others. Heat Tips: Public Pools, Staying Cool Photo Credit: Miguel Sánchez