Suspects Wanted In Beverly Hills Armed Robbery Lead Police On High Speed Chase, Bail Out In Pico-UnionSeveral suspects sought in connection with two robberies out of Beverly Hills lead authorities on a dangerous high-speed pursuit through Los Angeles Tuesday morning.
No App Needed: All Android Users In Calif. To Get Earthquake AlertsAndroid users in California will no longer need to download an app to get alerts about earthquakes. Katie Johnston reports.
LA Then And Now: Today Marks 55th Anniversary Of Watts RiotsMichael Lawson, the president and CEO of the Los Angeles Urban League, talked to DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques about the 1965 Watts riots.
New Bus, Bike Lanes Opened In Downtown LAThe new dedicated bus lanes and protected bike lanes were paid for by a state grant. Suzanne Marques reports.
Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens At Westlake District Food4LessAppointments are not needed and testing is free. Suzanne Marques reports.
5 Wounded After Gunfire Erupts At Warehouse In Harbor-GatewayA large party at a warehouse in the in the South Los Angeles County neighborhood of Harbor-Gateway came to an abrupt end in the early morning hours Tuesday when dozens of shots rang out and at least five people were wounded. Tina Patel reports.
‘Too Aggressive’: Bystanders Outraged As Deputies Point Guns At Black Teens Who Had Been Attacked In Santa ClaritaThere was outrage Monday after video posted to social media showed three Black teenagers being detained at gunpoint in the Santa Clarita Valley after they were attacked by a man with a knife.
Evelyn Taft’s Weather Forecast (Aug. 10)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight’s weather.
South Coast Plaza Makes Pandemic Shift To Operate Out Of Revamped Parking GarageUpscale mall South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, which is the largest shopping center on the West Coast, has made a drastic shift to keep business up and running during the pandemic, and it seems to be working. Stacey Butler reports.
Family Remembers US Navy Sailor Killed After Being Struck By Metro Bus In East LAPeter Smith Padilla was killed early Sunday morning in East Los Angeles. According to witnesses, he was skateboarding down a hill when he collided with a Metro Los Angeles bus. His father said he fell down just before impact and slid under the rear tires.
Ventura County Officials Push Back On Newbury Park Church’s Packed ServicesHundreds of worshippers attended services at Godspeak Calvary Church in Newbury Park on Sunday after the pastor refused to close doors or move services outdoors despite county orders. Lesley Marin reports.
LAPD: Possibly Armed Man Barricaded In Hancock Park HomeOfficers with the Los Angeles Police Department were called out to a Hancock Park home Monday night for reports of a barricaded man possibly armed with a gun.
Newsom: White House Unemployment Plan Would Cost State $700M Per WeekWithin hours of California’s public health director resigning over a delay of reporting coronavirus numbers, Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday warned the state will not be able to afford a White House plan to split costs of unemployment benefits.
SoCal Health Officials Say Key Coronavirus Indicators StabilizingEven as the number of coronavirus case counts continue to increase, health officials across the Southland say recent decreases in hospitalizations and deaths point to stabilization in ongoing pandemic.
Caught On Video: Bystanders Outraged As 3 Black Teens Detained At Gunpoint In Santa ClaritaThere’s outrage Monday after video posted to social media showed three Black teenagers being detained at gunpoint in the Santa Clarita Valley after they were attacked by a man with a knife.
Anti-Masker’s Confrontation With Laguna Woods Store Employee Goes ViralA self-proclaimed member of the “Freedom to Breathe Agency,” which the Department of Justice has warned the public against, was seen telling a Laguna Woods store employee she could face legal action for asking customers to wear face coverings. Michele Gile reports.
Chef Nancy Silverton Talks About Reopening After Pandemic Closures, COVID-19 Diagnosis, Looting And FireIn a three-month period, Nancy Silverton faced the closure of her three restaurants due to the coronavirus pandemic, contracted COVID-19 and then had to shut down her restaurants again after they were looted and burned in widespread unrest following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.
Students Go Back To School In Inland Empire With Distanced-LearningFor a dozen school districts in the Inland Empire, Monday marked the first day of school but things looked very different on campus.
LA County Health Director ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ As Coronavirus Trends ImproveLos Angeles County’s public health director Monday again expressed cautious optimism about efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus, but said she’s awaiting an influx of backlogged testing results from the state.
Thinking Of Starting A Learning Pod? Experts Say Parents Should Understand Legal Liability FirstLearning pods and micro-schools are growing in popularity with schools across California starting the school year fully remote, but experts say parents should know the legal liability before starting one.
Journey at Pechanga Pro Tips: Toothpaste DrillDirector of Golf Instruction Randy Chang takes Jim Hill through a drill designed to help loosen your grip on the club… in a really unique way
Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen’s Name Used In Social Security, Bitcoin ScamA warning was issued Monday about scammers posing as federal agents who threatened an arrest by an “Officer Vander Veen,” which happens to be the last name of Claremont’s chief of police. Katie Johnston reports.
LAUSD To Offer Free One-On-One Tutoring To Students This FallDespite having to continue virtual learning when the fall semester begins next week, students in the Los Angeles Unified School District will have access to free one-on-one tutoring, officials announced Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Sun Valley Church Looks To Take Legal Action Over Order Banning Indoor ServicesA church in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Sun Valley says its facing “unconstitutional religious discrimination” over the statewide orders banning houses of worship from holding indoor services. Kara Finnstrom reports.