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Man Sentenced for Stealing Jillian Michaels' Bentley

Man Sentenced for Stealing Jillian Michaels' Bentley

A man was sentenced to almost two decades in state prison Friday for stealing a Bentley belonging to... Read »

Sep 29, 2014
LA Sheriffs Test Out Body Cameras

LA Sheriffs Test Out Body Cameras

LA County Sheriff’s Department officials have begun a pilot program testing out body cameras in the field,... Watch »

Sep 28, 2014
Sunset Boulevard Partly Reopens After Pipe Repair

Sunset Boulevard Partly Reopens After Pipe Repair

Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood was partly reopened Saturday night after crews repaired a 100-year-old water main... Watch »

Sep 28, 2014

"Suspects" Sneak Into Hotel for Showers, Escape

A pair of "unknown suspects" managed to make their way undetected into a Bay area hotel room "just to take a shower"... Read »

Sep 27, 2014
Gov. Jerry Brown Approves Two Domestic Violence Bills

Gov. Jerry Brown Approves Two Domestic Violence Bills

Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he has signed into law a pair of bills designed to increase protections... Read »

Sep 28, 2014
Drought May Take Bite Out of SoCal Strawberries

Drought May Take Bite Out of SoCal Strawberries

Planting season for the spring strawberry crop is just around the corner. But growers in Ventura County face... Watch »

Sep 27, 2014
Alleged Burglar Charged After Following Woman on Roof

Alleged Burglar Charged After Following Woman on Roof

A man accused of breaking into the home of a Venice woman and forcing her to escape to the roof has been... Read »

Sep 29, 2014
UCLA Student Faces Sexual Assault Charges

UCLA Student Faces Sexual Assault Charges

A 33-year-old UCLA student is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met through a roommate wanted ad and another... Watch »

Sep 27, 2014
Crystal Meth, Weapons Seized From Riverside Homes

Crystal Meth, Weapons Seized From Riverside Homes

Seven men were arrested Thursday after federal investigators found nearly $5 million worth of drugs,... Read »

Sep 27, 2014
Perris Official Calls 911 for iPad Theft, Gets Arrested

Perris Official Calls 911 for iPad Theft, Gets Arrested

A Perris city official called police to report a stolen iPad only to be arrested for five meth-related charges. Read »

Sep 27, 2014
21 SoCal Students Suspended for Alleged Hazing on Football Trip

21 SoCal Students Suspended for Alleged Hazing on Football Trip

Twenty-one students from an Inland Empire high school have been suspended while officials investigate allegations of... Watch »

Sep 26, 2014

"Light Dusting" of Snow on Slopes at Lake Tahoe

Heavenly Mountain Resort saw a light dusting of snow on Friday, 56 days before the resort opens to the public. Read »

Sep 26, 2014
Foster Farms Chicken Breast Strips Recalled in CA

Foster Farms Chicken Breast Strips Recalled in CA

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Foster Farms is recalling approximately 39,747 pounds of frozen... Read »

Sep 26, 2014
Family of Bears Explore Monrovia

Family of Bears Explore Monrovia

A momma bear and her cubs were climbing trees, nibbling at fruit and exploring a Monrovia nieghborhood Friday. Watch »

Sep 26, 2014
Bill Bans Forced Sterilization of Female Inmates

Bill Bans Forced Sterilization of Female Inmates

Legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will prohibit California prisons from forcing women to be sterilized... Read »

Sep 26, 2014
Caught on Camera: Thief Steals From HS Locker Room

Caught on Camera: Thief Steals From HS Locker Room

Police have released surveillance video of a thief who stolen cash, a laptop and other items from a high... Watch »

Sep 25, 2014
Schools Challenger Would Drop Tenure-Ruling Appeal

Schools Challenger Would Drop Tenure-Ruling Appeal

The challenger in the unexpectedly tight race for California's elected schools chief said Thursday that if he... Read »

Sep 25, 2014
Missing Tortoise Reunites With Family

Missing Tortoise Reunites With Family

Angry Bob, a tortoise found wandering in Alhambra, was reunited with his owners after being found by a neighbor. Read »

Sep 25, 2014
Gov't Sales of Confederate Flag Banned

Gov't Sales of Confederate Flag Banned

State government agencies cannot sell or display items with the Confederate flag. Read »

Sep 25, 2014
California May Restrict Common Pesticide

California May Restrict Common Pesticide

California farmers who spray a widely used insecticide on some of the state's most abundant crops may soon have... Read »

Sep 25, 2014
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