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Woman accused of dumping puppies in Coachella trash bin had 38 dogs in her house, authorities say
A woman seen on video dumping a plastic bag filled with seven puppies in a Coachella trash bin had 38 dogs living in her home when she was arrested, authorities said Tuesday. When officers with the Riverside County Department of Animal Services arrived at 54-year-old Deborah Sue Culwell’s home on 3r
Reckless driver leads officers, deputies on pursuit across Los Angeles County
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies were in pursuit of a reckless driver on Tuesday afternoon in southeast Los Angeles County. The pursuit began around 11:30 a.m. in the Lakewood area. The suspect in a dark-colored vehicle was seen driving erratically, crossing over
Health officials investigate measles outbreak in L.A. County
Public health officials have confirmed a measles outbreak in Los Angeles County, citing at least five existing cases and the first cases of transmission in the county this year.
Measles Outbreak Hits Los Angeles County
LOS ANGELES, CA — The measles has made its way through Los Angeles like a tourist, hitting everything from LAX to a taco stand to UCLA, health department officials confirmed Monday. The outbreak appears to have come to Los Angeles through travelers, and it took root among the unvaccinated.
Few Details Emerge After Woman, Man Are Found Dead in Newport Beach Apartment
Few answers have emerged two days after a man and a woman were discovered dead inside an apartment in Newport Beach on Sunday night. The roommate of Darren Partch, 38, reported finding him and a woman the caller didn't know inside their residence at the Villa Siena complex around 9:30 p.m., accordin
Fatal plane crash in California prison yard involved one-of-a-kind plane
A one-of-a kind vintage plane that took off from Chino Airport crashed Monday, April 22, in the prison yard of the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, according to Federal Aviation Administration officials.
Measles outbreak declared in LA County; LAX, UCLA and taco shops listed as exposure sites
LOS ANGELES - Public health officials on Monday declared a measles outbreak in Los Angeles County after confirming at least five cases among residents, as well as the first cases of transmission of the illness within the county this year, KTLA reported.
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Montebello Police Officer Dies Of Gunshot From His Own Service Weapon
MONTEBELLO (CBSLA) — A police officer who died of a gunshot wound at the Montebello Police Department’s headquarters was identified as a recent transplant to Southern California who was looking forward to a new career after serving as a correctional officer.
Earthquake: 3.0 quake strikes near Imperial, Calif.
A shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported Tuesday morning five miles from Imperial, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 2:42 a.m. Pacific time at a depth of 3.1 miles.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson Blames Immigrants For Making Homelessness Worse in Los Angeles, Says They Priced People Out of Housing
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday blamed immigrants and "new arrivals" for perpetuating homelessness in Los Angeles, claiming their existence in the city has helped price residents out of housing.
Easter Brawl: Video Shows Men Fighting on Calif. Highway
A stretch of Highway 101 in the South Bay turned into a boxing ring Easter Sunday as two men traded blows during a fistfight on the gridlocked thoroughfare. A 14-second clip posted on Reddit shows the two men grappling and throwing punches while cars either stop or creep along slowly. At one point d
Amtrak Employee Assaulted by Ticketless Passenger Aboard Train, OPD says
A train conductor was assaulted by a passenger aboard an Amtrak Pacific Surfliner en route to Los Angeles on Tuesday, police said. The Amtrak employee was checking tickets on the second level of Pacific Surfliner train 565 when the altercation happened just before the Amtrak arrived to the Oceanside
Sexual assault allegation against Luke Walton never reached police, officials say
Santa Monica police said Tuesday that officials never received a report accusing former Lakers coach Luke Walton of sexual assault, and they are not currently investigating allegations made by a sports reporter.
USC coach who made fake crew profile for Lori Loughlin's daughter agrees to plead guilty
Two more people will plead guilty in the college admissions scandal, including a former USC soccer coach who has agreed to cooperate with the government’s widening investigation, federal authorities said Tuesday.
Driver headed for Coachella dies on her 21st birthday in California crash
A Gardena woman headed for the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio died after she was thrown from the Jeep she was driving when it overturned as she was using her cell phone, the California Highway Patrol said Monday.
Man charged in brutal ax attack of 7-Eleven customer pleads no contest
A homeless man who attacked a customer with a double-edged hatchet after he offered to buy the transient’s food at a convenience store in 2017 pleaded no contest Monday to attempted voluntary manslaughter.
Mountain Lion Roams Glendora Neighborhood
GLENDORA (CBSLA) – A mountain lion discovered rambling through a residential Glendora neighborhood Monday morning was safely caught and released back into the wild. At about 6 a.m., neighbors discovered what they described as a bobcat in the 800 block of East Leadora Avenue, according to Glendora po
Father makes 1st court appearance after allegedly beating infant son in downtown LA
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The man accused of beating his 8-month-old son in downtown Los Angeles was arraigned Tuesday. Michael Freeman pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and child abuse charges. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ordered Freeman to remain jailed without bail while awaiting
Car crashes into power pole, 1 killed, 1 injured in Glendale
PHOENIX – One person was killed and another injured early Monday when a car smashed into a power pole in Glendale. Power lines came down across 75th Avenue between Glendale and Northern avenues from the impact of the 5 a.m. crash, knocking out electricity to the area.