Amid Scrutiny, California To Track All Police Use Of Force
The tool includes fields for the race of those injured and the officers involved, how their interaction began and why force was deemed necessary. Rachel Kim reports.
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Man Dies After Being Beaten, Run Over In Santa Ana ParkAuthorities say a man died after being beaten and run over with a car following an argument at a Santa Ana park Monday night.
Former USC Med School Dean’s License To Practice SuspendedThe Medical Board of California has suspended the license of former USC medical school dean Carmen Puliafito, pending a final decision on his fitness to practice medicine, according to a report published Monday.
Garth Kemp's Weather Forecast (Sept. 26)Warming trend continues with breezy, dry conditions. High of 88 in the Los Angeles metro area, 94 in the valleys.
Homeowner Shot With Pellet Gun During Venice Break-InA man was shot in the chest with a pellet gun while confronting two burglars at his Venice home early Tuesday morning. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Canyon Fire Forces Hundreds Of Evacuations, Closes SchoolsA 2,000-acre wildfire burning off the 91 Freeway on the Orange-Riverside county border Tuesday has destroyed one home and a big rig, drawing more than 300 firefighters from six agencies. Jasmine Viel reports.
Are You Guilty Of 'Kittenfishing?' Matchmaker Warns Of Online Dating DeceptionIf online dating isn’t getting you to the second date there may be a good reason — and it may be something you're not aware you're guilty of doing.

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Billions Of Dollars, Thousands From The US Military, But Where's The Relief For Puerto Rico?FEMA tweeted that 10,000 federal staff are on the ground but to those stuck without food, water, gas for generators or ways to communicate with loved ones, help seems slow to arrive.
GOP Health Plan Might Not Have Votes To PassRepublican plan to replace Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, might come up in Senate vote for third time. Dave Bryan reports.
Mandatory Evacuations Ordered In Corona As Canyon Fire Threatens HomesThe Canyon Fire started around 1 p.m. on the eastbound side of the 91 in the west Corona area before spreading to the Coal Canyon Trail, according to Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz. 

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