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KABC-TV/ABC 7
KABC-TV/ABC 7

500 Circle 7 Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7009

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'Sooner Schooner' crash: Oklahoma's horse-drawn wagon topples over during celebration lap
10/19/2019 8:55pm

CARRIAGE CRASH: Oklahomas famed horse-drawn wagon came tumbling down during a touchdown celebration this college football Saturday.

Newsom pardons 3 more immigrants facing deportation, challenging Trump administration's crackdown
10/19/2019 8:46pm

Californias governor announced Friday that he is pardoning three more immigrants facing the possibility they will be deported, continuing a string of such actions that challenge the Trump administrations crackdown on immigrants who committed crimes.

34th horse dies at Santa Anita since December
10/19/2019 8:45pm

A 3-year-old gelding named Satchel Paige suffered a leg injury during a race on Saturday and was euthanized.

Red flag warning to expand across parts of SoCal on Saturday amid high winds, fire danger
10/19/2019 8:14pm

Strong northerly winds have prompted the National Weather Service to expand a red flag warning across parts of Southern California amid low humidity and increased fire danger.

Shaquille O'Neal helps find home for family of paralyzed boy in Atlanta
10/19/2019 6:27pm

Former L.A. Laker Shaquille ONeal once again showed his generosity by helping the family of a paralyzed Atlanta boy find a new home.

KCBS-TV
KCBS-TV

4200 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000

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Canyon Country, Chatsworth Residents Face Power Shutoffs Due To Wild Winds
10/19/2019 6:53pm

The power shutoffs could last several hours, the company has said.

Another Horse Destroyed At Santa Anita Park — 34 Have Died Since December
10/19/2019 6:11pm

Racing at Santa Anita Park was halted for most of March while examinations were conducted on the track.

Uber Criticizes New LAX Policy Banning Rideshare Apps, Taxis From Picking Up Passengers From Their Terminals
10/19/2019 2:31pm

Starting Oct. 29, LAX will ban Uber, Lyft, and taxi drivers from picking up passengers at their terminals.

30-Something Man Identified As Victim Found Inside Trunk Of Abandoned Car In Anaheim
10/19/2019 1:37pm

A body found in the trunk of an abandoned vehicle in Anaheim has been identified as a male in his 30s.

60 Freeway Partially Closed Between Riverside And Ontario As Construction Resumes
10/19/2019 12:36pm

Beginning Friday night, the freeway was shut down between the 60/91/215 interchange in Riverside and Interstate 15 in Ontario, roughly 13 miles.

KNBC
KNBC

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

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'Are You Going to Eat That?' Eating Road Kill Now Legal
10/19/2019 7:08pm

Hungry Road kill maybe for dinner.In a flurry of bill signings last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 395 into law, making it legal to salvage and eat animals accidentally hit by drivers. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA The bills stated intent was to make available to Californians tens of thousands of pounds of a healthy, wild, big game food source that currently is wasted each year following wildlife-vehicle collisions.The so-called Roadkill Bill authorizes the creation of a program that designates three regions that have high wildfire vehicle collisions as locations where drivers can salvage specific types of roadkill. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com Some of the eligible roadkill include deer and wild pig.Drivers would need a permit to salvage the roadkill, and the program wont go into effect until 2022. The state hopes to collect data on where the roadkill accidents often occur in order to add additional roadway defense and wildlife highway over-crossings. Smoke and Fire From Above: Wildfire Images From Space Sen. Bob Archuleta, D-Pico Rivera, sponsored the bill.Photo Credit: picture alliance via Getty Image

Breast Cancer Survivors Walk in LA to Raise Awareness, Funds
10/19/2019 7:25pm

Breast cancer survivors, volunteers and community members walked through Los Angeles Saturday to raise awareness and funds for cancer research.Photo Credit: Elliot Mendoza

Marine Combat Veteran Who Served in Iraq Facing Deportation to El Salvador
10/19/2019 5:49pm

Supporters of a Marine combat veteran who served in Iraq are calling on the California governor to help stop his imminent deportation to El Salvador, a country he left at 3 years old, NBC News reports.Jose Segovia Benitez, 38, served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1999-2004 and was deployed to Iraq, receiving multiple awards and decorations during his service, according to Marine and military records. His rib cage is tattooed with a large Statue of Liberty. Unlikely Alliance Fighting Pipeline in Texas Hill Country He is a soldier who put his life on the line to defend his country, his mother, Martha Garcia, said in Spanish. But when he returned from the war, he came back with problems.His supporters said that when Segovia Benitez returned, he suffered from PTSD and a traumatic brain injury. He began self-medicating with alcohol and ran into trouble with the law, they said. 70,000 California Wildfire Victims May Miss Out on Payments While he previously had legal status, he was ordered to be removed from the country last year after serving several years in prison for drug and domestic violence-related convictions, according to immigration authorities.Photo Credit: Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images

Guide Dogs of America Takes Puppies on Mock Airport Training
10/19/2019 5:30pm

Being in an airport can be a bit stressful or even nerve wracking for many people, but for someone who is visually impaired, it is of great help when they have a trained professional guide dog to help them through the process of travelling on a plane.It takes a lot of practice and training to be a guide dog, puppies train from a very young age in order to one day be a well-trained professional ready to guide their human companions. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA On Saturday, a Southern California dog school took a group of 40 puppies on training on a day of airport simulation.The puppies, ranging from 4 to 12 months old, got to experience all aspects of navigating through an airport and practice their duties as a guide dog helping their humans get through their flight. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com Hosted by the Guide Dogs of Americas Canine Development Department, GDA transformed their 5,000 square-foot Visitor Education Center into a simulated airport terminal for these puppies to practice.Training days like this are really important because at Guide Dogs of America we have so many clients that travel all over the US and Canada, said Carol Ann Heinis, the Canine Development Lead at Guide Dogs of America. So they come here to class and then most of them fly home. Smoke and Fire From Above: Wildfire Images From Space The group of puppies spent their day practicing how to walk calmly alongside luggage, navigate through a mock TSA checkpoint, settling patiently, ignoring distractions, navigating narrow aisles, tucking themselves under small seats, and ignoring passersby.Even if its not a real airport, the puppies still get the experience of what they would be doing at an actual airport and on a real airplane, Heinis explained.So if weve prepared the puppies that are in our training, to be on an airport, or in an airport, and on an airplane, then weve really set them up to succeed when theyre flying home, Heinis said.As GDA has clients in the US and Canada, this kind of training is vital for these future guide dogs to be able to assist their humans when they travel home via plane.Photo Credit: Guide Dogs of America

Egypt Uncovers 3,000-Year-Old Mummies in the Valley of the Kings
10/19/2019 5:17pm

Colorful wooden coffins adorned with paintings and inscriptions that were recently discovered by a team of Egyptian archaeologists were opened on Saturday to reveal perfectly preserved mummies, NBC News reports.The 30 sealed coffins were found by accident under a mound behind the Asasif Necropolis on the west bank of the Nile river, Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general for Egypts Supreme Council of Antiquities, told NBC News. Unlikely Alliance Fighting Pipeline in Texas Hill Country Im very happy we found this discovery with Egyptian hands, Waziri said.The archaeologists were conducting an unrelated dig when someone noticed what appeared to be the face of a coffin, Waziri explained. They continued digging to discover a cachette of coffins stacked in two layers only a few feet under the sand. 70,000 California Wildfire Victims May Miss Out on Payments Photo Credit: KHALED DESOUKI/AFP via Getty Images

KTTV/FOX 11
KTTV/FOX 11

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

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KVCR-DT
KVCR-DT

701 S Mt Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92410   Directions

(909) 384-4444

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San Bernardino SunW
San Bernardino SunW

290 North D St
San Bernardino, CA 92401   Directions

(909) 889-9666

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