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Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

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Mountain lion P-64 found dead with burns after surviving Woolsey Fire
12/09/2018 2:13pm

Officials say a mountain lion that survived Southern Californias recent wildfire was later found dead with badly burned paws.

Top stories from ABC7 on Instagram
12/09/2018 1:51pm

Here are ABC7s top stories on Instagram.

Family sets up GoFundMe for South LA girl allegedly killed by her father
12/09/2018 1:47pm

The family of a 4-year-old girl who was allegedly killed by her father have set up a GoFundMe account to raise money to pay for her funeral.

Pacoima hit-and-run: Man killed while sleeping in parked car
12/09/2018 1:43pm

A man was killed in a hit-and-run crash involving multiple vehicles early Sunday morning in Pacoima.

'I Want It That Way,' 'Genie in a Bottle' and other songs turning 20 in 2019
12/09/2018 1:32pm

In the final year of the millennium, Jennifer Lopez released her debut single and the Backstreet Boys released their best-selling album.



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Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

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12-Year-Old Among 3 Bystanders Hurt In Inglewood Car-To-Car Shooting
12/09/2018 1:32pm

Three people were recovering Sunday, a day after being wounded in a car-to-car shooting in the Inglewood area.

STEAM Sundays: Meet A Glass Blower
12/09/2018 11:14am

Uri Davillier has been blowing glass for 18 years.

Man Arrested In Death Of Long Beach Woman Struck By Stray Bullet
12/09/2018 10:46am

A 42-year-old man is behind bars, accused of killing a woman in Long Beach a week ago.

Search Suspended For LA Woman Swept Out To Sea In Hawaii
12/09/2018 10:01am

The search has been called off for a Los Angeles-area woman swept out to sea in Hawaii.

Dozens Of Kids Of Fallen Military Heroes Treated To Disney World Trip
12/09/2018 10:00am

Hundreds of children who lost a parent as a result of military service were being treated to a visit to Disney World in Orlando, Fla.



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When Life Unravels, Where Do Police Officers Turn for Help?
12/08/2018 4:39am

David Swailes was a 10-year Los Angeles Police Department veteran who was married to his high school sweetheart. A father of four boys, he was making plans for a family trip to Disneyland.His wife of 14 years had noticed something was horribly wrong in recent months. His behavior had changed. There were fits of rage. He wasnt sleeping well and having nightmares when he did sleep.There were all kind of pieces of a puzzle, said Melissa Swailes. At the time, I didnt see how they all fit together.I had every confidence that he would get through it.One day in 2016, on a sons second birthday, the day they were supposed to make that Disneyland visit, David Swailes killed himself with a gunshot to the head.Its just so still surreal, to go from making plans as a family to go to Disneyland, to making funeral arrangements, said Melissa Swailes.David Swailes death was one of 36 LAPD officer suicides reported between 1998 and 2017, according to a study done by the departments Behavioral Science Services. During that same time, there were 16 officer deaths while in the line of duty.NBC4 -- with the support of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the union that represents the departments more than 7,000 rank-and-file officers -- sent surveys with questions about job-related stress faced by officers.More than 600 officers responded to the NBC4 I-Team survey.There were some common themes in the responses. Among them, 90 percent of respondents said there is a stigma in law enforcement that creates a barrier to seeking help for emotional or behavioral health issues.In Swailes tragic case, his widow saw that running from call to call took its toll. He had become emotionally unstable, but knew services were available, she said.He looked up the number, but he never called it, said Melissa Swailes. Instead, he walked into our bathroom with one of his guns and shot himself in the head.I would hate for another family to learn about this issue the way that I did.Ninety-seven percent of NBC4 survey respondents said they are aware of behavioral health services, but only 24 percent report using them. Seventy-six percent reported lingering or unresolved emotional issues from on-the-job stress.The survey results do not mean the streets are flooded with cops unfit for duty or excuse some officers controversial actions, but the survey gives insight into the burdens of the badge.The union, department and families of those who have died by suicide are now speaking out about the issue in hopes of breaking any stigma attached to seeking help when they are experiencing those emotional issues.Officers dont want to appear weak, said Steve Gordon, a director at the LA police union. You know, theyve got to be the tough guy. Theyve got to be the problem solver.Gordon, a veteran SWAT officer, is part of a peer support network.What we want to do is break down that barrier and have these officers seek out the help they need without the stigma attached.Officer Tim Olsen understands that feeling. He had been on the job for just two months when he was thrust into the middle of theNorth Hollywood shootout. Two heavily armed gunmen wearing body armor opened fire on out-gunned officers and bystanders after a robbery at a bank in February 1997.Before his first year with the department was over, he was involved in two more shootings.I drank a lot, Olsen said. I didnt tell anybody that I was bothered by it, so I just sucked it up.The stress packed into those first months on the job cost him his marriage, Olsen said. He knew help was available, but felt shame and fear about asking for it.Chief Michel Mooreadvocates for peer-to-peer support and multiple checks even months after an an incident impacts an officer.We want them to be involved in these services, he said.Moore sat down with the I-Team and opened up about losing his friend, officer Sonny Medina, who was also at the North Hollywood shootout and killed himself years later.Why didnt we see that coming and how can we prevent that from ever happening againWhat weve done more recently is now we require them to go a second and third time, he said.Dr. Denise Jablonski-Kaye, a full-time psychiatrist with the LAPD, said shes heard excuses and stories, such as officers worried about being seen as unfit for the job.It just means that youre going through a difficult time, Jablonski-Kaye said. If they get some help from us, its not a sign of weakness. Its just getting some assistance, like a back-up call.As for Olsen, he said hes doing well. His turning point was when he thought about his daughter and being there for her.My goal is someone is going to watch this and realize that there is help for them, there are resources out there, said Olsen.More InformationLAPDs Behavioral Science Services: 213-485-4357LAPD Suicide Prevention CampaignInternational Chiefs of Police: Suicide Prevention and AwarenessRecognize the Warning Signs

Man Sleeping in Car Killed in Hit-and-Run Crash
12/09/2018 10:21am

A man was killed while sleeping in his car when a pickup truck struck the parked vehicle along the side of the road in Pacoima early Sunday morning. Police are searching for the driver of the truck, who witnesses say fled the scene on foot.The crash occurred at around 3:20 a.m. along Branford Street and Telfair Ave. Another man sleeping in a separate car suffered back injuries. From the Golden State to the Red Planet: InSights Journey to Mars Beer bottles and drug paraphernalia were found inside the truck, police say.

Truck Driver Runs Away From Deadly Crash
12/09/2018 9:55am

Police in Pacoima are looking for the driver of a pickup truck involved in a crash with a parked car, leaving a man believed to be sleeping in the car dead. Gene Kang reports for Today in LA on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018.

'Emmet Otter' Swims for the Big Screen
12/09/2018 11:23am

Were in a pretty Muppet-y mood, round these SoCal parts, in 2018, thanks to The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited visiting the Skirball Cultural Center over the summer, and sassy events like Puppet Up, which popped up at the Jim Henson Studio lot in November.Of course, were always and forever in a Muppet-y mood, and thats as true as the fact that Kermit is green, Miss Piggy loves her pearls, and Fozzie Bear has to wocka wocka with regularity. Luminarias to Glow, at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden And that Muppet-y mood is about to take a distinctly merry turn, with the return of that heartstring-tugger, Emmet Otters Jug-Band Christmas.If you saw it when it first debuted in the U.S. in 1978, you saw it on television, the small screen, which is likely the place youve watched it ever since. Take a Critter-Cute Holiday Outing, at OC Zoo But best shine up the washboard and tell all the country critters the good news: The residents of Frogtown Hollow will be goin a-callin to the big screen for the first-time ever, on two special days at select cinemas around the region.Those dates are Monday, Dec. 10 and Sunday, Dec. 16, and tickets are available through Fathom Events.But that isnt the only Muppet-flavored sweetness heading our way The Bells of Fraggle Rock will also screen.The whole adorable affair may be found under the header Jim Hensons Holiday Special, and Cheryl Henson, the president of the Jim Henson Foundation and Mr. Hensons daughter, will appear on screen to talk about this holidaytime favorite.Your ticket to Frogtown Hollow and Fraggle Rock and two of the most festive Henson-happy happenings of the yearRow your boat over to Fathom Events now, for this two-day-only event. And remember: There Aint No Hole in the Washtub, but there is plenty of heart in this enduring family tale.Photo Credit: Jim Henson Company

Police Pull Off Pursuit of DUI Suspect in San Fernando Valley Area
12/09/2018 1:16am

Police were pursuing a DUI suspect driving in a black sedan in the San Fernando Valley area Saturday night.Newschopper4 Bravo and Gil Leyvas were overheat at approximately 11 p.m. Southern California Pursuits However, police appeared to lose track of the pursuit vehicle near the 134 Freeway and 101 Freeway interchange, and a short time later, the Los Angeles Police Department vehicles on the ground and LAPD airship all pulled off the pursuit.As this was no longer an active pursuit, Newschopper4 Bravo also pulled off the pursuit at approximately 11:15 p.m. RAW: Pursuit Leads to Barricade at BBQ Joint



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