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Governor says California will sue Trump over emergency wall declaration
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.
Los Angeles County company to move to Tejon Ranch Commerce Center
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Tejon Ranch Company is celebrating another win, but they're keeping the details close to the vest. A company will be moving its distribution operations from Los Angeles to the Tejon Ranch Commerce Center at Interstate 5 and Highway 99, according to the Tejon Ranch company.
Feds find more than 200 pounds of cocaine in floor boards of ship at California port
Federal agents uncovered more than 200 pounds of cocaine hidden beneath the floorboards of two cargo ships at a California port, according to the Customs and Border Protection department (CPS).
Snow Too Thick to Plow Keeps Skiers from California Resorts
Winter weather enveloping California’s mountains for a fourth straight day Friday kept skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents Day holiday weekend, with snow so deep that plows could not tackle it and cities scrambled to find places to pile it.
Newsom On Trump’s Border Wall Plans — ‘CA Will See You In Court’
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom had a quick response Friday to President Donald Trump’s announcement he would sign a declaration of a national emergency to fund a border wall.
One person dead following double-shooting in Pacoima
PACOIMA, Calif. (FOX 11) - One person is dead following a double-shooting Friday night in Pacoima. Los Angeles police say the deadly shooting happened in the area of Van Nuys Boulevard and Glenoaks Boulevard at about 8 p.m.
California mail carrier’s heat-related death prompts bill to require air conditioning in U.S. Postal Service mail trucks
Seven months after a mail carrier’s heat-related death in Woodland Hills, U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas introduced a bill Friday that if enacted would require all U.S. Postal Service delivery vehicles to be equipped with air conditioning within three years.
Man goes on an unsuccessful mini-crime spree in Burbank, police say
A Corona man is suspected of committing a mini-crime spree in Burbank earlier this month after police say he allegedly broke into two vehicles, burglarized them, attempted to steal the cars and tried to rob two people, all in the span of 20 minutes.
LAPD officer is severely beaten on skid row and left in critical condition
An off-duty 20-year veteran Los Angeles police officer was left in critical condition after an attempted robbery that ended in gunfire in the skid row area early Thursday morning, sources told The Times.
Northridge man accused of assaulting CSUN students pleads not guilty
SAN FERNANDO, Calif. - A 27-year-old Northridge man accused of assaulting two women a day apart in 2018 at CSUN pled not guilty in court on Friday. Authorities say Peter Wei assaulted one woman near a parking lot on campus on Nov. 27, 2018 and another woman the next day before he was arrested by Cal
Son arrested in California killing of parents, housekeeper
SANTA ANA, Calif. – A man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his parents and their housekeeper in an upscale Southern California community, authorities said Friday. Richard Nicholson, 64, Kim Nicholson, 61, and Maria Morse, 57, were identified as the victims found dead in a Newport Beach home
California lost nearly 10,000 solar jobs in 2018
California’s solar industry shed nearly 10,000 jobs last year over uncertainty about the Trump administration’s tariffs on imported solar panels and state policy changes, a new report reveals.
Canyon Country Graffiti Tagger Arrested After 1,900 Vandalism Incidents
A Canyon Country man linked to more than 1,900 graffiti tagging incidents within the Santa Clarita Valley was arrested Monday. After a year-long investigation by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, the prolific tagger was apprehended by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s COBRA detectives.
75-Year-Old Woman Miraculously Survives California Landslide
Families in Marin County are moving back into their evacuated houses after Thursday’s mudslide in Sausalito wiped out two homes and nearly killed a grandmother who was asleep in her bed.
Three suspects arrested in murder on East Anaheim Street in Long Beach
A third suspect was taken into custody on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, in the City of Long Beach. 31-year-old Sharell Johnson of Long Beach was booked for accessory after the fact and is being held on $1,000,000 bail.
Five Arrested For Domestic Violence On Valentine’s Day
Five people were arrested on Valentine’s Day for domestic violence-related charges in the Santa Clarita Valley, officials said. Three males and two females were arrested on charges ranging from battery on a former spouse to corporal injury — a felony, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Stat
Simi Valley Man Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Woman on Cruise to Ensenada
A former cheerleading coach was convicted on Wednesday of sexually assaulting a severely intoxicated woman in 2015 while aboard a cruise ship bound to Ensenada from Long Beach, federal prosecutors said.
21-Year-Old Victim Killed In Canyon Country DUI Crash Identified
A 21-year-old woman who was killed in a Canyon Country DUI crash on Sand Canyon Road Monday night has been identified by officials. Meaghan York, of Canyon Country, was killed in the crash after her vehicle was struck by another driver who was allegedly under the influence, according to the Los Ange
Bank of America to Lay Off 120 at Simi Loan Center
Bank of America is laying off more than 120 employees from its home loan department in Simi Valley effective later this year. The financial institution said the layoffs will occur in two phases – May 13 and Nov. 7 as it consolidates and reduces staff at 450 American St., according to the Worker Adju
$1.9 Million to Be Spent on Ridding California Marshlands of Giant Rodents
For more than a year, giant rodent invaders with orange-hued teeth have munched through California’s marshland, threatening significant damage to the state’s wetlands and water infrastructure.