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Bomb Threats Surface Nationwide, Including in Southern California
A wave of bomb threats surfaced Thursday at news outlets, government buildings, banks, libraries, schools and other businesses nationwide, including at locations in Southern California.
Police seek public's help in fatal hit-and-run of 33-year-old woman in South LA
Authorities continued their search for the hit-and-run driver in the death of a 33-year-old woman in the South Los Angeles area. FOX 11's Gina Silva reports.
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1 man dies after truck collides with street sweeper in La Habra
A man in a pickup truck died early Thursday, Dec. 13, after colliding with a street sweeper on Imperial Highway in La Habra. The crash was reported shortly after 2 a.m. just east of Idaho Street.
Man gunned down in East LA
EAST LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A man was shot and killed early Friday morning in East Los Angeles, prompting an investigation by homicide detectives. The shooting occurred at approximately 12:31 a.m. on the 4300 block of Whittier Boulevard, according to a news release by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's
Death sentences plummet across California. Riverside County, which led the U.S. in 2017, has had zero this year
In 2015 and again in 2017, Riverside County held the grim distinction of sending more people to death row than any other county in the nation. But so far this year, no one in Riverside County has been sentenced to death, reflecting a trend seen in California and across the country, according to a ne
Stephen A. Smith Made A Brutal Mistake On ESPN This Morning
Stephen A. Smith has a lot of people talking about what he said regarding tonight’s Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Chargers Thursday Night Football matchup. People talking about what Stephen A. Smith said is nothing new, of course, but this time, it’s due to a pretty embarrassing mistake from the ES
Video: Los Angeles Hotel Workers Shutdown Parts of Downtown L.A.
In a show of force, members of Unite Here Local 11 blocked the intersection of Fifth and Figueroa on the afternoon of December 12. The 7,500 hotel workers across 24 hotels, members of Unite Here Local 11, got a strike authorization last week, but have yet to actually go on strike. Watch video below:
Police Say Man Shot by Officers Had Replica Gun
Officers shot and wounded a man wielding a handgun that turned out to be fake early Thursday in the San Bernardino County community of Upland. Police responded before dawn Thursday to reports of a suspicious person near an elementary school in the city east of Los Angeles. Investigators said officer
Inmate Tampers With GPS Monitor, Flees While Out on Day Pass in Commerce
Authorities are on the lookout for an inmate from a Long Beach community reentry program who they say tampered with his electronic monitoring device and vanished Thursday while out on a day pass in Commerce.
Police Seek Driver Suspected Of Injuring Children While Street Racing
Police Thursday released images of a Ford Mustang whose hit-and-run driver was believed to have been street racing a car that was involved in a collision in South Los Angeles that left two 9-year-old girls critically injured.
Former L.A. Times publisher reportedly got $2.5 million after secretly recording his ex-boss Michael Ferro
The Los Angeles Times’ former publisher and editor, Davan Maharaj, reportedly received a $2.5-million settlement following his exit from Tribune Publishing Co. after revealing to a mediator he had recorded anti-Semitic comments allegedly made by the company’s largest shareholder, Michael Ferro.
FDA says it's OK to eat romaine lettuce again -- but not from these California counties
It looks like it's OK to indulge in romaine lettuce again — from most everywhere. But if you don't know where the leaves are from, you might want to pass. The strain of E. coli that caused the November romaine lettuce outbreak has been traced to a farm in Santa Maria, California, but other sources a
Patrols increased after graffiti found outside high school in La Puente threatens shooting
Graffiti scrawled on concrete outside Nogales High School in La Puente that threatens a school shooting next week has prompted an increased law enforcement presence on campus, officials said Thursday.
What’s the best way to evacuate Los Angeles?
As a wind-whipped inferno 14 miles wide crested the hills of Malibu, for thousands of residents, Pacific Coast Highway was the only way out. But when the Woolsey Fire raced toward the ocean on November 9, turning canyon roads into ribbons of flames, the highway became snarled by the volume of cars f
More Jail Time for Suspected Calabasas Burglar
A Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Thursday sentenced a suspected serial burglar to additional jail time for violating the terms of court-supervised release that followed prison terms for burglary and weapons possession.
Former Pro Tennis Player Justin Gimelstob Charged With Assaulting Man in West L.A. on Halloween Night
Former professional tennis player Justin Gimelstob has been charged with assaulting a man while trick-or-treating with his wife and son in West Los Angeles on Halloween night, officials announced Thursday.
Lancaster woman with health issues hasn’t been heard from in nearly a month
LOS ANGELES – Authorities are seeking the public’s help to find a Lancaster woman who went missing after receiving medical treatment near downtown Los Angeles nearly a month ago.
22-story, 299-unit Hollywood apartment tower, empty since 2015, cleared to reopen
LOS ANGELES — A shuttered residential tower in Hollywood that has sat vacant for years was given approval Wednesday to reopen by the Los Angeles City Council. Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, who represents the neighborhood, celebrated the likely reopening of Sunset Gordon, an apartment building located
Video shows suspects crash truck into California gas station, steal ATM
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Sheriff's detectives are looking for three men who stole an ATM from a Rancho Cordova gas station early Thursday morning and dramatic surveillance footage reveals how it all played out.