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Is L.A.'s annual homeless count underestimating the numbers on the streets?

In this Jan. 25, 2017, photo, volunteers look over a map of San Pedro before heading out to count homeless people. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Could Los Angeles' homeless numbers be even higher than the experts think? As homelessness has grown throughout Los Angeles County, the annual

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 21:25:11

Police surround domestic violence suspect holed up in Alamitos Beach apartment

Long Beach police have evacuated a few units in an Alamitos Beach complex where a domestic violence suspect refused to leave an apartment Friday morning, according to authorities. Officers have surrounded the apartment, which is on Orange Avenue just north of 4th Street, and they're trying to convin

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 19:49:05

PHOTOS: St. John Bosco 62, Corona Centennial 34. Braves are going to the ship for the fifth straight year!

Corona Centennial's Chris Venable(8) makes the tackle on St. John Bosco's Kristopher Hutson(80) after he made a catch during the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs at Cerritos College in Cerritos Friday, November 24, 2017. (Photo by Thomas R. Cordova Press-Telegram/SCNG) St. John Bosco's Steph

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-25 08:25:29

Black Friday shoppers rise early for deals on TVs, games

L-R Anela Conseco and Anna Sierra were up early on Black Friday to shop for the kids. They scored their big deals at The Disney Store where items were 50% off with an additional 20% savings. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press Telegram/SCNG) Black Friday shoppers inside the Lakewood Mall. No large crow

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 17:50:55

Good guy with gun made a difference in shooting: Letters

Re "NRA and GOP hold us hostage to gun violence" (Letters, Nov. 12) Letter writer Ron Lowe believes that if we only had stronger gun laws, the slaughter of innocent people would be prevented. Using his logic, we should also require a 10-day waiting period before renting a pickup truck from Home Depo

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-25 02:10:39

Proposed law could mean more drilling off Calif coast

Many of the 27 oil platforms drilling into the underwater shelf off the coast from Santa Barbara to Huntington Beach are decades old and, in the eyes of the oil industry and others, ready to be shut down. Some cost big money to operate at a time of sagging oil prices. Others need expensive technical

OCREGISTER - 2017-11-24 13:45:27

Why homeless officials are scrambling to find a shelter in Southeast LA County this winter

Homeless officials are scrambling to find a new shelter in the Southeast portion of Los Angeles County now that they have lost space in Bell that previously housed 79 beds. The Homeless Services Authority is seeking a shelter that could operate from December through Feb. 28 in an area ranging from f

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 23:13:21

Seven-time South Bay Tetris world champion builds Internet stardom brick by brick

A 1980s-era video game has propelled seven-time Classic Tetris world champion Jonas Neubauer into a burgeoning Internet star whose blindingly fast contests are watched on his own channel by paying subscribers from around the world on the gaming app and website Twitch.tv. The 30-something tasting roo

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 01:25:49

Roby Helm recall petition likely to be approved

A recall petition against Etowah City Commissioner Roby Helm will likely be in circulation soon. On Tuesday evening, the McMinn County Election Commission was presented with a recall petition submitted by Cat Pate, who wrote on the petition its purpose is to recall Helm due to what she called his "u


Voters' group getting head start on redistricting

HARTSVILLE, S.C. - Voters should choose their representatives, not the other way around, according to a voter education group. This seems to be the rallying cry of the League of Women's Voters of South Carolina, whose local members held an information meeting recently at the Hartsville Memorial Libr


Ugandan Kids Choir coming to Wesley UMC in Hartsville on Dec. 3

HARTSVILLE, S.C. - The Ugandan Kids Choir, a group of 10 Ugandan children, will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 at Wesley United Methodist Church, 145 E. College Ave. in Hartsville. All 10 children have been given hope through Childcare Worldwide's Sponsorship Program, and they spread that hope to au


Hartsville chorus to perform concert

HARTSVILLE, S.C. - The Hartsville Community Chorus, directed by James Beaumier and accompanied by Elaine Dickinson, will perform its annual Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. on Dec. 5 at West Hartsville Baptist Church on the corner of 14th Street and Carolina Avenue. Joining the Hartsville Community Choru


Study: USC Sumter No. 2 two-year college in South Carolina

A leading college rankings organization recently ranked University of South Carolina Sumter as the No. 2 community college, or two-year college, in the state and No. 23 overall in the U.S. for this school year. Niche, an online educational institutional data company, released its 2018 College Rankin

ITEM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Darlington County traffic stop ends in drug arrest

TIMMONSVILLE, S.C. -- A lunchtime Friday traffic stop ended with deputies and troopers seizing drugs and pre-paid debit cards. The stop came as Darlington County Sheriff's deputies assisted the South Carolina Highway Patrol with a stop at the intersection of Timmonsville Highway and Sally Hill Road,

SCNOW - 2017-11-24 21:34:00

'Our hearts were in disbelief' - Federal judge's stay of execution not only obstacle in Stone's case

The Dec. 1 execution of Bobby Wayne Stone, 52, who was sentenced to death for killing a Sumter County sergeant in 1996, has been delayed in response to a court order from his attorneys, but the order was not the only thing keeping what would be the first execution in South Carolina in six years from

ITEM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Ginger is fun-loving, loves to chase cat toys

Ginger, right, is a housebroken 8-month-old American short hair. She gets along great with other cats, children and even dogs. She is friendly, active and fun-loving. She loves to chase cat toys. Ginger would make a wonderful addition to any family situation. The Sumter SPCA is located at 1140 S. Gu

ITEM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Fire department warns of phone scam

Sumter Fire Chief Karl Ford wants to alert the public to a phone scam in which callers posing as employees of the local fire department are soliciting donations. The department does not solicit donations by phone, Ford said. Anyone who receives a call should contact the Sumter Police Department at (

ITEM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Germantown mom opens up home to those without family on Thanksgiving

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. - A Germantown mom received a lot of praise this Thanksgiving for posting a welcoming message on social media. Janet Rast posted in a group on Facebook that her home was open with plenty of food if someone doesn't have family in town or any family to share Thanksgiving dinner with.

WREG - 2017-11-24 15:50:40

Sardis Police: Children witness father being shot, killed by brother

SARDIS, Miss. -Authorities are investigating after a father was shot and killed late Thursday evening. WREG was told Brian Kimmons was killed around 11 p.m last night by his brother, Melvin Salter Jr. The victim's children were reportedly nearby and saw the incident happen. SARDIS, Miss. -Authoritie

WREG - 2017-11-24 17:42:00

One dead in four-car accident on Hardy Street

One person died in a four-car auto accident in Hattiesburg Friday night. Hattieasburg Police Department responded to a wreck at the intersection of Hardy Street and 19th Avenue. According to officers, four cars collided and a male was transported from the scene by ambulance and later pronounced dea

WMCACTIONNEWS5.COM - 2017-11-25 02:05:13