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25-Year-Old Man Convicted of Murder in 2011 Torture and Burning Death of Ontario Woman
A jury found Johnny Hernandez, 25, guilty of first-degree murder, torture, mayhem and arson causing the death of Maria Banuelos, the San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office announced in a news release.
LAPD Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Killing 3 Family Members in DUI Crash in Whittier
Edgar Verduzco, 27, remains in custody after pleading not guilty to criminal charges in the case.
Both Azusa’s high schools make best list
A student silhouetted as he looks on during the Gladstone High School commencement ceremony at the Felix Event Center in Azusa, Calif., on Thursday, June 02, 2016. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)
AMC Theatres Introduces $20 Monthly Subscription Plan to Compete With MoviePass
AMC Theatres on Wednesday unveiled AMC Stubs A-List, a $19.95 a month ticket service that allows members of its loyalty program AMC Stubs to see up to three movies per week. The program kicks off next Tuesday, when members can enroll online and start using the service immediately.
Police Release Sketch of Intruder Wanted in Pasadena Home-Invasion, Stabbing
Officers responded to a home in the 1900 block of East Villa Street just before 2 a.m. on Sunday, after receiving a report of a stabbing and home invasion, police said in a news release.
Man stabbed three times on Chino Hills construction site, suspect sought
Chino Hills police are looking for a man suspected of stabbing another man three times in the abdomen on a construction site Tuesday afternoon on the southwest corner of Pomona Rincon Road and Soquel Canyon Parkway in Chino Hills.“The victim could not provide any information as to why he was stabbed
Why College Placement Tests Are Important and How They Can Benefit You - Azusa Pacific University
The placement tests you take will depend on the requirements of the university you are attending. At Azusa Pacific University, all incoming students need to take the writing, math, and foreign language assessments. All students who have not yet fulfilled the GE Writing 2 requirement need to complete
Student sues Hacienda La Puente schools, others, after former basketball coach admitted having sex with her
Terrence Lee, 30, of La Habra, pleaded no contest on May 18, to one felony count of oral copulation of a person under 16, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.He was ordered by a Pomona Superior Court judgeto undergo a 90-day mental exam prior to his Aug. 17 sentencing to h
Teenage Girl Tortured By Family Members In Anaheim: Cops
ANAHEIM, CA — A father, stepmother, aunt and grandmother were charged Tuesday with torturing a 15-year-old girl in their care in Anaheim.
Man with metal pole beats man with machete during argument over driving, police say
An argument broke out among two motorists stopped at a Pasadena intersection Monday night, with one driver beating another with a metal pole, police said.
Pasadena driver with pole beats another driver armed with machete
PASADENA, Calif. --A motorist was arrested after using a metal pole to beat another driver who pulled out a machete during an argument at a Pasadena intersection, police said.A male victim was hospitalized in stable condition following the road race incident Monday evening, Pasadena police Lt. Mark
Chubbs, Pasadena Humane Society's `Fat Cat,' Going up for Adoption
Chubbs, a 29-pound cat found walking along an Altadena street without any identification, will finally go up for adoption Wednesday, one week after becoming an internet sensation when photos of the portly feline were released by thePasadena Humane Society.
Change of heart: Glendora neighbors convince church to revisit expansion plans for entire block
Glendora Cornerstone Bible Church, 400 N. Glendora Ave., has grown so much, it has bought out neighboring properties and is now proposing to build a bigger church campus. (Courtesy city of Glendora)
High School Grads Out Thousands After 'Senior Trip' Site Failed To Pay For Airline Tickets, Resort Stay
WHITTIER (CBSLA) —A group of recent high school graduates were left holding their bags, literally, after a celebratory trip that was bought and paid for fell through, and now they’re demanding answers and their money back.
27-Year-Old Man Sentenced to 365 Days in Jail, 3 Years Probation After Fatally Shooting His Friend in Norwalk
The deadly shooting happened on Jan. 28., when Vergara was hanging out with his friend David Bernal at a home in Norwalk, prosecutors said. They were in the backyard when he started showing Bernal a rifle,authorities said.
29-Pound Cat Named Chubbs Will Officially Be Up for Adoption
The 29-pound Himalayan, lovingly known as "Chubbs," has stolen the hearts of many online - so much so that adoption date has been pushed back in preparation for large crowds. Kim Baldonado reports for NBC4 News at 5 p.m. Friday, June 15, 2018. (Published Friday, June 15, 2018)
Authorities Investigate Possible Gang Related Road Rage Shooting With Family Shot at, Cars Crashed, 2 in Custody in South L.A.
Authorities continue to investigate a possible gang related road rage shooting that resulted in a family of three shot at, some cars heavily damaged and two people out of four taken into custody Saturday night in South Los Angeles.No one was injured in the road rage incident where one of the suspect
LASD Deputy Who Had Been With Agency 6 Months Fired After He Was Arrested on Suspicion of DUI: Authorities
Nicholas Smith, 24, was arrested at 4:10 a.m. on June 17, 2018, on suspicion of misdemeanor DUI in Palmdale, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department inmate records. (Credit: (Credit: Don Luis Meza)
El Segundo Police K-9 Missing in Ontario After Possibly Being Spooked by Fireworks
Leo is described as an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois, weighing approximately 80 pounds, with a brown coat and a black face, according to the statement.
Horse Seen Running Down Los Angeles County Freeway
SYLMAR, CA -- Motorists took it on themselves to form a blockade on the Foothill (210) Freeway Sunday when they spotted a horse galloping down the shoulder of the freeway. California Highway Patrol officers reported the horse was spotted at 3:08 p.m. on the westbound freeway near Osborne Street, in