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Several Detained After Off-Duty Deputy's Vehicle Struck By Pellet Gun In Canyon CountrySeveral people were detained Monday night after an off-duty Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy's vehicle was struck and damaged by a pellet gun.
Lakers Fan Injured During Protest Speaks Out About Lawsuit Against CityA Los Angeles Lakers fan spoke Monday for the first time about a lawsuit filed against the department and the city, claiming he lost his eye after officers shot him with a projectile.
NBC Will Not Air 2022 Golden Globes Amid Hollywood Foreign Press Association ControversyAmid continuing concern about the lack of diversity and overall management of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, NBC has announced it will not televise the Golden Globes next year.
Montebello PD Involved In Hours-Long Standoff With Person Inside Apartment BuildingThe Montebello Police Department was involved Monday in an hours-long standoff with a person in the 1330 block of South Greenwood Avenue.
2 Injured In Head-On Collision On PCHTwo people were injured Monday afternoon in a head-on collision on Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica.
Car Windows Shot Out In Riverside County As Flurry Of Suspected Freeway Shootings ContinueAt least three vehicles driving on a Riverside freeway had their windows shot out with BB guns late Sunday night and early Monday morning, the latest in a series of such shootings which have occurred on Southland freeways over the past several weeks.
Majority Of LAUSD Students Choose Not To Return To CampusThe Los Angeles Unified School District Monday announced only 7% of high schoolers, 12% of middle schoolers and 30% of elementary school children have returned to the classroom.
LAUSD Puts Stop To Home Games At Million-Dollar Baseball Field After Neighbor ComplainsStudents athletes on the Venice High School baseball team are currently unable to use the new million dollar field, recently renovated by the Los Angeles Unified School District, because of safety concerns communicated by a neighbor.
Lawsuit To Be Filed After A Beach-Front Balcony Collapses In MalibuSome clients have orthopedic issues and one of them hit their head, said an attorney representing some of those who were injured in the balcony collapse. Jeff Nguyen reports.
NBC Will Not Air 2022 Golden Globes Amid Hollywood Foreign Press Association ControversyAmid continuing concern about the lack of diversity and overall management of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, NBC has announced it will not televise the Golden Globes next year. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Help Needed To Identify Woman Who Hit Elderly Asian Man With Shopping Cart At Santa Monica's Trimana MarketHelp is needed to identify a woman who police say hit an elderly Asian man with her shopping cart at Trimana Market in Santa Monica. Katie Johnston reports.
Community Kitchen Provides Culinary Job Training For Youth Facing Barriers To EmploymentAs the restaurant and hospitality industry ramps back up as COVID-19 restrictions ease, a nonprofit in Pittsburgh's Hazelwood neighborhood is doing its part to prepare a workforce ready to make it thrive. Katie Johnston reports.
One Man Killed, 3 Wounded In Shooting At Mother's Day Party In HollywoodOne man was killed and three other men wounded when gunfire erupted at a Mother's Day celebration in Hollywood late Sunday night. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Man Arrested For Throwing Molotov Cocktail At LAPD Station In TopangaA 24-year-old man was arrested on allegations of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a Los Angeles police station early Sunday morning in Canoga Park. Katie Johnston reports.
'Pretty Cool': Artist's Painting Among Creative Works Headed To The MoonWhen artist Kara Lasiewicz applied to be part of the latest exhibit at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art in Wausau, Wisconsin, she had no idea that her work would end up at a place like the moon. Katie Johnston reports.
‘I Can’t Wait’: Engineering Students Developing Artificial Intelligence For Prosthetic LimbsGroundbreaking research and development at Notre Dame might change the way prosthetic limbs are developed. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Stabbing Suspect Arrested After Large-Scale Search In Santa MonicaA 29-year-old man is in custody Monday for attempted murder for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend in an incident that many believed was a shooting at Virginia Park in Santa Monica. Katie Johnston reports.
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Deep-Sea Pacific Footballfish Washes Up On Crystal Cove BeachA deep-sea anglerfish typically found at ocean depths of more than 3,000 feet was found washed up on Crystal Cove State Park. Katie Johnston reports.
Acclaimed Pink Floyd Exhibit Coming To HollywoodA celebrated art exhibit for legendary rock band Pink Floyd is coming to Hollywood this summer.
Battling Illegal FireworksIllegal firework sales: It’s an epidemic in Southern California that can have deadly consequences… and it’s even more lucrative than selling drugs.
 Tonight at 11, we’ll show you the new weapon to track these ticking time bombs.
Amber Lee's Weather Forecast (May 10)A high of 67 for the beaches and 75 for the valleys Monday.
U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Wants To End Extra $300 In Unemployment BenefitsThe business group claims some workers are earning more money collecting unemployment than when they were on the job. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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