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500 Circle 7 Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7009


Eyewitness This: Pride flag flies above California state capitol, study says music eases cancer patients' pain, Trump says ICE will deport 'millions'
06/18/2019 12:54pm

For the first time ever, the Pride flag is flying above Californias Capitol. Music could be the key to easing the pain and fatigue associated with cancer treatments. Plus, President Donald Trump is threatening to remove millions of people living in the country illegally.

Helicopter's wreckage found on Catalina Island after crash, Coast Guard says
06/18/2019 12:50pm

Coast Guard and Los Angeles County sheriffs personnel responded to Catalina Island after a report of a helicopter crash and discovered the wreckage of the aircraft.

Google to spend $1 billion to build 20,000 homes in Bay Area
06/18/2019 12:48pm

$1 BILLION PLEDGE: Google says it will spend $1 billion to build 15,000 homes and 5,000 affordable housing units in the Bay Area.

Planters drops Mr. Peanut high-top sneakers ahead of NBA Draft
06/18/2019 12:29pm

Perhaps the nuttiest shoe on the market, Planters unveils a new high-top sneaker ahead of next weeks NBA Draft.

Facebook launching its own currency, Libra, for 2 billion-plus users
06/18/2019 12:26pm

The social media giant is announcing Libra, a cryptocurrency it is creating with partners including Uber, PayPal, Visa and Spotify.


4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000


Helicopter Reported Missing Found Crashed On Catalina Island; 1 Dead
06/18/2019 12:45pm

A helicopter that went missing has been found at a crash site on Catalina Island, officials said Tuesday.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: USWNT Knockout Phase Matchup Scenarios
06/18/2019 12:21pm

After opening their World Cup defense with two wins, the USWNT faces Sweden Thursday, looking to win the group and avenge an Olympics loss.

CBSLA The Rundown: 6/18 8am
06/18/2019 12:00pm

Make CBSLA: The Rundown your Alexa Flash Briefing and listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher Here is a look at the top local stories for Monday, 6/18 at 8 a.m. Attorney For Off-Duty Officer In Corona Costco Killing Says Use Of Deadly Force Was Only Option An attorney for the off-duty Los

Looking For Bigfoot? Group Suggests Starting Search In Western Pennsylvania
06/18/2019 11:34am

If youre looking for Bigfoot, you might want to travel to western Pennsylvania where sightings of the legendary Sasquatch have spiked, according to an online organization that tracks the numbers related to the massive creature.

Relocated Mama Bear, Cub Found In Palmdale On Other Side Of Angeles National Forest
06/18/2019 11:31am

The pair are the same mama and cub duo who confronted a dog and its owner in a Sierra Madre yard last week.


100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444


LAUSD to Consider Ending Random Searches on Students
06/18/2019 1:06pm

The Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education will vote Tuesday on a motion to end random metal detector searches, or wanding students, which opponents say promote discrimination and a prisonlike setting in schools.The motion needs four votes to pass, and effectively end the search procedures that have endured in the district for nearly 26 years. If passed, it would phase out searching students for weapons byJuly 1, 2020. Superintendent Austin Beutner would also be required to bring forth an alternative. Summer Food Service Program: LAUSD Offers Free and Reduced-Price Meals The random search policy keeps a layer of fear and animosity among students and administrators, where students are seen as criminals and inherently unsafe, said Tyler Okeke, 17, the student board member in LAUSD.Since 1993, all secondary schools in LAUSD have been required to conduct random metal detector searches on a daily basis to counter the ever-increasing violence, including the use of weapons on or adjacent to school campuses, an LAUSD policy bulletin states. LAUSD, LACCD Students Get Free DASH Bus Passes Vice President of United Teachers Los Angeles Cecily Myart-Cruz said the union convened with student groups earlier this year to discuss what they wanted in the bargaining package following the recent strikes. As part of the settlement with LAUSD, the unions contract stipulated that the random searches formally come to an end, with an immediate stop to the policy in nearly 20 schools, she added.This policy only happens at 4 of U.S. school districts. Its time for it to end, Myart-Cruz said. Everyone wants student safety, and theres a way to go about that instead of harassing and criminalizing our students. LA Schools to Seek State Money After Ballot Measure Fails Students cannot be searched based solely on gender, race, ethnicity, physical appearance, manner of dress, or association with any group, according to LAUSD. Furthermore, random searches must have preselected patterns established to avoid potential biases.However, Okeke said the random searches may not be so random. He also claims that administrators dont usually check advanced placement and honors classes as much as regular classes.Students who refuse to be searched may be subject to disciplinary action for defying the valid authority of school personnel, according to the LAUSD policy bulletin.It contributes to the school-to-prison pipeline in the way that we continue to make schools a setting that is more similar to prison than places of accelerated learning and inquiry, Okeke said.Okeke said student advocacy groups such as Students Not Suspects and Students Deserve are vital to dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline, which is the idea that young adults and minors with disadvantaged backgrounds are more likely to become incarcerated due to harsh school and municipal policies.While opponents to the policy agree that students safety is a priority, they say there are better procedures that dont infringe upon student rights.LAUSD says its random search policies have been validated after mass school shootings across the nation, Myart-Cruz said. However, she disagrees with the fear tactics that are used to maintain the unfair practice.I applaud the students for standing up for their civil rights. I applaud the students for speaking truth to power on this issue, Myart-Cruz said. It really shows that the students are paying attention, and the students are unafraid of speaking up.In the policys place, Okeke said he would like to see more mental health resources and preventive and mentorship programs that deal with the root causes of violence, whether they are mental or a byproduct of a home environment. He added that reasonable cause searches are a better alternative to random searches.The sentiment is high to end this policy because we know its not random, Myart-Cruz said. We dont stand behind the students, and the students dont stand behind us. We are standing shoulder to shoulder in this fight.The vote will take place at 1 p.m.Photo Credit: Getty Images

US Preschoolers Less Pudgy in Latest Sign of Falling Obesity
06/18/2019 11:42am

Preschoolers on government food aid have grown a little less pudgy, a U.S. study found, offering fresh evidence that previous signs of declining obesity rates werent a fluke.Obesity rates dropped steadily to about 14 in 2016 the latest data available from 16 in 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported. Attorney: Officer Who Shot 3 in Costco Was Attacked First It gives us more hope that this is a real change, said Heidi Blanck, who heads obesity prevention at the CDC.The results were published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. New York State OKs Licenses for Immigrants in US Illegally The improvement affected youngsters ages 2 through 4 who receive food vouchers and other services in the federal Women, Infants and Children nutrition program. About 1 in 5 U.S. kids that age were enrolled in 2016.An earlier report involving program participants the same age found at least small declines in obesity in 18 states between 2008 and 2011. That was the first decline after years of increases that later plateaued, and researchers werent sure if it was just a blip. Hong Kong Leader: Extradition Bill Unlikely to Be Revived Improvements in food options in that program including adding more fruits, vegetables and whole grains may have contributed to the back-to-back obesity declines, researchers said. Other data show obesity rates in 2016 were stable but similar, about 14 percent, for children aged 2 to 5 who were not enrolled in the program, Blanck noted.While too many U.S. children are still too heavy, the findings should be celebrated, said Dr. William Dietz, a former CDC obesity expert. The changes are meaningful and substantial.Dietz said program changes that cut the amount of juice allowed and switched from high-fat to low-fat milk likely had the biggest impact. He estimated that amounted to an average of 9,000 fewer monthly calories per child.The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends low-fat milk for children. It also suggests kids should limit juice intake and choose fresh fruits instead.Further reducing U.S. childhood obesity will require broader changes such as encouraging families and day care centers to routinely serve fruits, vegetables and whole grains and employers to extend parental leave to make breastfeeding easier for new mothers, said Maureen Black, a child development and nutrition specialist at the University of Maryland.Studies have shown breastfed infants are less likely than others to become obese later on.Photo Credit: AP

Photographer Who Captured Shooter: 'He Would Have Killed Me'
06/18/2019 11:37am

When a masked gunman opened fire outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas, photojournalist Tom Fox was already on the scene.Fox, a veteran photographer for The Dallas Morning News, was downtown at the federal courthouse Monday morning to get a picture of a defendant in a charter school fraud case when gunshots rang out. Attorney: Officer Who Shot 3 in Costco Was Attacked First Fox told NBC 5 he saw someone coming down the block but he couldnt make out who it was. He pulled out his long-lens camera and looked in the viewfinder to get a closer look. Thats when Fox saw a masked man and the muzzle of a gun. After snapping a picture, he ran for cover.I ran down the sidewalk thinking I had to get out of harms way, hes coming this way, Fox said. I didnt want to be shot in the back, so I ducked in the first alcove, which happened to be the first one by the glass door at the back of the building. New York State OKs Licenses for Immigrants in US Illegally The gunman, later identified as 22-year-old Brian Clyde, was carrying more than 150 rounds of ammunition for his high-powered rifle. He approached the Jackson Street entrance of the federal courthouse and shot out the door before Federal Protection Service officers stationed at the building engaged in a gunfight.A video of the incident, taken from a building across the street and obtained by NBC, shows Clyde walking alongside the building, and stopping just feet away from where Fox is hiding behind a column. Hong Kong Leader: Extradition Bill Unlikely to Be Revived I just crouched in a corner and tried to make myself as small as possible ... and just pray that he didnt walk past me because Im in plain sight, Fox said. And if he saw me sitting there with a camera, he would...I have no doubt he would have shot me.The shooter was wounded in the exchange of gunfire with officers and fled to the parking lot across the street where authorities found him lying on the ground between two cars. Fox said he used his iPhone to grab a quick shot of Clyde on the ground, surrounded by officers.Clyde was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, authorities said.Fox recalled thinking during the gunfire that this is not how I want to go, and said hes just thankful to be alive.You think about family, you think about friends, you think about things that are important to you, Fox said. Im coming off vacation with all my family and it was great to see everybody again.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News

'Competition and Diversity' at the Heart of Angel City Games
06/18/2019 12:49pm

When it comes to athletics, and the spirit of spirited competition, a lot of talk can surround the topic of inclusivity, and whether or not particular events truly live what that means.Angel City Games, which is marking its first half-decade anniversary in 2019, is a standard-bearer for this important ideal. Savor Cinema by Starlight at the Roadium The inclusive competition, which is presented by The Hartford, includes a host of events, over four days, that are ... open to athletes of all skill levels who have physical or visual impairments.To cheer on the strength, training, and amazing talents of these athletes, head for Drake Stadium at UCLA from June 20 through 23, where a full-to-brimming schedule will give competitive sports fans plenty to enjoy. This Week: Free Movie Night at the Queen Mary Some of the centerpieces of the highlight-filled happeningThe Celebrity Wheelchair Basketball Game on June 22 will bring out the crowd, as will the Superhero Fun Run and Roll on June 23.Peruse the schedule now if youd like to be at the Opening Ceremonies or check out the Experience Zone.There are seven Adaptive Sports Competitions in all at Angel City Games, including Track & Field, Swimming, Wheelchair Tennis, Archery, Wheelchair Basketball, Sitting Volleyball, and Table Tennis.There are Adaptive Sports Clinics, too, if youd like to learn from expert coaches and Paralympic athletes. Youll also have the opportunity to go against the clock while putting the skills youve burnished to the test.Oh yes, and other athletes, too, if thats your preference.A ticket to one of the competitions A $10 donation is suggested.Find out more about this great gathering of great athletes, a four-day spectacular that spotlights a host of competitors going the distance in a host of areas, all while helping future participants polish their skills and deepen their talents.Photo Credit: Tiffany J Photography

Jon Stewart Slams McConnell Over 9/11 Bill on 'Colbert'
06/18/2019 1:03pm

Comedian Jon Stewart ripped Mitch McConnell during a late-night appearance Monday after the senate majority leader had said Stewart wasbent out of shape in how hes advocated for the9/11 Victims Compensation Fund.The former host of The Daily Show stopped by his old correspondent and long-time friend Stephen Colberts Late Show to continue to push for Congress to extend the relief for 9/11 first responders. The appearance followed Stewarts impassioned testimony before a congressional subcommittee a week ago that went viral. Shania Twain Set to Party Again in Vegas With New Residency McConnell had said on Fox News earlier Monday morning, well get to it when we get to it.You really want to go with the well get to it when we get to itargument for the heroes of 9/11 Stewart said. Megadeths Dave Mustaine Says He Has Throat Cancer Stewart, whos been advocating for the 9/11 first responders for a long time,traveled to the nations capital last Tuesday with what he called sick and dying firstrespondersand their families, only to find several empty seats on the dais.An angry Stewart said at the hearing that the absenteeism of lawmakers during the discussion about extending benefits for the next 70 years was an embarrassment to the country and a stain on the institution. He went on to say that lawmaker absences were utterly unacceptable and a disrespect to the heroes who are now suffering from respiratory diseases and other illnesses. Ryan Lochte and Kayla Rae Reid Welcome Baby Girl Liv Lochte After the collapse of World Trade Center towers in September 2001, a cloud of thick dust billowed over Lower Manhattan. In the following months, police officers, firefighters, construction workers and others were exposed to toxic chemicals without the adequate protection while working at the site.In the years since, many have seen their health decline and develop diseases like cancer. More than 40,000 of these first responders have applied to the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund but 21,000 claims are still pending.Sen. McConnell, when asked on Fox & Friends about why the vote on this legislation has yet to pass, said they have never failed to addressthis issue. He said he didnt know why Stewart was all bent out of shape.McConnell was also asked why so few members of Congress showed up to the hearing. That frequently happens because members have a lot of things going on at the same time, he answered. He Stewart is looking for some way to take offense.On Colberts show Monday, a still upset Stewart said that, if anything, hes only bent out of shape for the responders and that he didnt mean to interrupt them with their jobs.Theyre currently still suffering and dying and still in terrible need, Stewart said. Youd think thatd be enough to get Congress attention, but apparently is not.Stewart criticized McConnell for supporting the 9/11 community only when they serve his political purposes. But when they need help McConnell opts to slow-walk, dither, and use the cause as a political pawn, Stewart said.The comedian and a group of 9/11 first responders spent a year compiling bipartisan cosponsors and advocates, he said. He urged McConnell to meet with groupon Tuesday and pass this thing as a stand-alone bill.Stewart closed by saying that the next time we have a war or youre being robbed, or your house is on fire, and you make that desperate call for help, dont get bent out of shape if they show up at the last minute, with fewer people than you thought.Photo Credit: Scott Kowalchyk/CBS via Getty Images 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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San Bernardino, CA 92401   Directions

(909) 889-9666


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