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  1. Valeria says:

    Your web site is to busy and unorganized, it was better before you made the change. I enjoy stream the news but it is hard to find the link in all the muble jumbo you have on your web page. I hope the web page becomes more user friendly in the futrue. what a mess

  2. kim williams says:

    Les Brown – are you kidding? I could do a better job myself! He is terrible!

  3. kim williams says:

    Money 101 – is a good addition to your morning line -up. I find it interesting and informative.

  4. kevin sheahan says:

    I wish i could figure out how to contact the news team at channel 9 in Los Angeles. I don’t have face book, a blackberry, cellphone or other high tech gadget. Thank you if anyone knows how. This web site confuses the hell out of me.

  5. DJ says:

    Best wishes to Serene Branson. Hope she is doing fine and hope this thing can be put way behind her. Feel bad for her very public health-related event.

  6. Capt Larry Robinson says:

    Best wishes and much love to Ms. Branson. I suffered from migraines for years when I was in the USAF and my supervisor put in my permanent records that I couldn’t handled stress, after I got sick while wearing a chemical-warfare suit. Take care of yourself.

  7. George Izaguirre says:

    I hope this is the place to leave a comment about the weather reports by Evelyn Taft. I watch your 8 or 9 pm telecast on most days. There’s one thing that kind of annoys me, however. Sometimes when Evelyn is giving the forecast for L.A. or the valleys, she refers to temperatures dropping to certain levels, but she’s actually referring to the daytime highs. In some cases, what she was saying was disconnected with what the screen was showing, e.g., the lows for the inland valleys in the next few days. She failed to mention that the temps were expected to drop to 31. Instead of happily (in an almost too sweet voice) telling us about the highs for the coming days, shouldn’t she have said something about freeze warnings and bringing in sensitive plants? Some of us need to know those things. When weather forecasters speak of temperatures dropping, they mean the lows for the day, not the highs. Thank you.

  8. Genny White says:

    For Michel Gile

    I am the mother of Corban White
    714 471 8339

    We would like coverage for the sentencing.

    Drunken Driver Convicted Of Killing 18-Year-Old Woman – Has 4 Priors – Faces 33 Years
    Orange County District Attorney’s Office, Orange County District Attorney
    Published 02/24/2011 – 5:31 p.m. Pacific Time

    Credit – Courtesy Orange County District Attorney’s Office
    Robert Charles Serrano, 37, Chino Hills, pleaded guilty to the court to killing an 18-year-old woman by rear-ending the car where she was riding as a passenger.
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Orange County District …
    SANTA ANA – A drunken driver was convicted this week of killing an 18-year-old woman by rear-ending the car where she was riding as a passenger.
    Robert Charles Serrano, 37, Chino Hills, pleaded guilty to the court to one felony count of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence while intoxicated. He admitted to sentencing enhancements and allegations for causing bodily injury to multiple victims, fleeing the scene, a prior strike conviction for a 1992 robbery, a prior conviction for driving under the influence in 2005 in California, and two prior convictions for driving under the influence in 1997 and a reckless driving involving alcohol in 1999 in Washington. Serrano faces a maximum sentence of 33 years in state prison at his sentencing April 14, 2011, at 1:30 p.m. in Department C-5, Central Justice Center, Santa Ana.
    Early in the morning on Jan. 3, 2010, Serrano was intoxicated after consuming several alcoholic beverages, including at Jasper’s bar in Santa Ana with friend Erick Urias. At approximately 2:00 a.m., Serrano was driving a black BMW eastbound on MacArthur Boulevard while under the influence of alcohol. Urias was in the passenger seat. At the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Main Street in Santa Ana, Serrano failed to stop and crashed at a high rate of speed into the back of a Toyota Scion, which was stopped at a red light.
    The impact of the crash pushed the Scion into the intersection. Serrano’s car traveled into the intersection and collided with a Toyota Corolla driven by Alfonso Benitez, which was legally making a left turn. The driver of a Chevrolet sedan, also making a legal left turn, was unable to avoid the several-car collision and also crashed.
    After his car had come to a stop in the intersection, Serrano fled the scene on foot, leaving his injured passenger behind. Urias suffered lacerations to his forehead and hand. Benitez suffered a laceration to his shin. The driver of the Scion, Patrick Lewis, suffered pain to his head, neck, and shoulders. Corban White, the 18-year-old female passenger in the Scion, was transported to the hospital and died due to blunt force trauma to the head as a result of the crash caused by Serrano. The Chevrolet driver was uninjured.
    Serrano was arrested at noon that day at his mother’s Fountain Valley home by the Santa Ana Police Department. Subsequent statements by employees of Jasper’s bar and Urias revealed that Serrano was intoxicated and unsafe to drive.
    Deputy District Attorney Jason Baez of the Homicide Unit is prosecuting this case.

  9. Phillip White says:

    We are the parents of Corban White. We would like to request Michel Giley to cover this story for sentencing and at the sentencing. 714 471 8339 Phillip & Genny White
    Drunken Driver Convicted Of Killing 18-Year-Old Woman – Has 4 Priors – Faces 33 Years
    Orange County District Attorney’s Office, Orange County District Attorney
    Published 02/24/2011 – 5:31 p.m. Pacific Time

    Credit – Courtesy Orange County District Attorney’s Office
    Robert Charles Serrano, 37, Chino Hills, pleaded guilty to the court to killing an 18-year-old woman by rear-ending the car where she was riding as a passenger.
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Orange County District …
    SANTA ANA – A drunken driver was convicted this week of killing an 18-year-old woman by rear-ending the car where she was riding as a passenger.
    Robert Charles Serrano, 37, Chino Hills, pleaded guilty to the court to one felony count of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence while intoxicated. He admitted to sentencing enhancements and allegations for causing bodily injury to multiple victims, fleeing the scene, a prior strike conviction for a 1992 robbery, a prior conviction for driving under the influence in 2005 in California, and two prior convictions for driving under the influence in 1997 and a reckless driving involving alcohol in 1999 in Washington. Serrano faces a maximum sentence of 33 years in state prison at his sentencing April 14, 2011, at 1:30 p.m. in Department C-5, Central Justice Center, Santa Ana.
    Early in the morning on Jan. 3, 2010, Serrano was intoxicated after consuming several alcoholic beverages, including at Jasper’s bar in Santa Ana with friend Erick Urias. At approximately 2:00 a.m., Serrano was driving a black BMW eastbound on MacArthur Boulevard while under the influence of alcohol. Urias was in the passenger seat. At the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Main Street in Santa Ana, Serrano failed to stop and crashed at a high rate of speed into the back of a Toyota Scion, which was stopped at a red light.
    The impact of the crash pushed the Scion into the intersection. Serrano’s car traveled into the intersection and collided with a Toyota Corolla driven by Alfonso Benitez, which was legally making a left turn. The driver of a Chevrolet sedan, also making a legal left turn, was unable to avoid the several-car collision and also crashed.
    After his car had come to a stop in the intersection, Serrano fled the scene on foot, leaving his injured passenger behind. Urias suffered lacerations to his forehead and hand. Benitez suffered a laceration to his shin. The driver of the Scion, Patrick Lewis, suffered pain to his head, neck, and shoulders. Corban White, the 18-year-old female passenger in the Scion, was transported to the hospital and died due to blunt force trauma to the head as a result of the crash caused by Serrano. The Chevrolet driver was uninjured.
    Serrano was arrested at noon that day at his mother’s Fountain Valley home by the Santa Ana Police Department. Subsequent statements by employees of Jasper’s bar and Urias revealed that Serrano was intoxicated and unsafe to drive.
    Deputy District Attorney Jason Baez of the Homicide Unit is prosecuting this case.

  10. juan says:

    will you @ cbs be following the story about the murder of u.s. marine srgnt manuel loggins by orange co sheriff @ san clemente high school last week ?

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