Man Fatally Shot In Claremont, 71-Year-Old Father In CustodyAccording to the Claremont Police Department, officers responded to a call at about 8:20 a.m. of gunshots being fired at a residence in the 1800 block of Salem Court.
Teen Charged In Fatal West LA Lamborghini Crash That Killed Monique MunozCharges have been filed against the 17-year-old driver accused of hitting and killing 32-year-old Monique Munoz in February, Munoz's family said Wednesday.
Health Officials Concerned As COVID Variants Drive Nationwide SurgeHealth officials across Southern California are watching cautiously as a fourth surge, driven by variants, is happening across the nation and sickening children.
LA County Confirms First Case Of South African COVID-19 Variant, First 3 Cases Of Brazilian VariantLos Angeles County confirmed its first case of the South African COVID-19 variant Tuesday as well as the first three cases of the Brazilian variant.
Rapid COVID-19 Tests Could Make School Re-Openings Safer, USC Study FindsA new University of Southern California study has found that COVID-19 rapid tests could be the key to reopening schools more safely.
Dash Cam Video Shows Moments Big Rig Hit By Pursuit Suspect In ClaremontAhmed Shabaan, the semi-truck driver, Wednesday released the dash cam video from Tuesday's pursuit crash in Claremont.
LA Sheriff Says Unsafe Speed Was Primary Cause Of Tiger Woods Crash; No Sign Of ImpairmentInvestigators Wednesday morning revealed that unsafe speed was the primary cause of the February crash that severely injured golfer, Tiger Woods, with no sign that he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Police Investigating Shooting Death In Claremont, 71-Year-Old Man In CustodyA 71-year-old man was taken into custody Wednesday after a person was found shot to death in Claremont.
Governor Newsom Hopeful for Statewide Easing of Pandemic Restrictions by JuneAs COVID-19 hospitalizations and new infection rates continue to decrease, along with the soon to be increase in available vaccines for those 16 and up, Newsom believes California can open up more businesses.
Tiger Woods February Car Crash Due to High Speed, According to SheriffLA Sheriff's Department reveals high speed was the cause of Wood's February car accident in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Man Does Nazi Salute, Tells Jamba Juice Employee To ‘Go Back To Your Country’ After Being Denied Service For Not Wearing MaskA racist confrontation, which started over a customer refusing to wear a mask, was caught on camera at a Jamba Juice location at the Beverly Connection. Chris Holmstrom reports.
Homicide Suspect In Custody After Dangerous Pursuit Ends In Claremont In Crash With Semi-TruckA homicide suspect was taken into custody Tuesday after a dangerous multi-county, hours-long pursuit ended with a crash in Claremont.
California Could Fully Reopen Without Tiered Schedule By June 15 If Infections, Hospitalizations Continue To DropGov. Newsom announced Tuesday that if the COVID decline continues, the four-tier system will be eliminated from the state, removing several restrictions starting June 15. Stacey Butler reports.
Migrant Children To Be Temporarily Housed At Long Beach Convention CenterThe Long Beach City Council Tuesday unanimously voted to allow the federal government to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children at the convention center.
Proposal Calls For Shelters At BeachesA Los Angeles City Councilman has asked the city to examine whether it can up temporary housing for the homeless in several coastal communities, including Pacific Palisades and Venice. Hermela Aregawi reports.
Long Beach Approves Plan To Temporarily House Migrant Children At Convention CenterThe Long Beach City Council Tuesday unanimously voted to allow the federal government to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children at the convention center.
2 In Custody After Dangerous Pursuit Ends In Claremont In Crash With Semi-TruckTwo people were taken into custody Tuesday after a dangerous multi-county, hours-long pursuit ended with a crash in Claremont.
"Give Me My Microphone": Evelyn Taft Demonstrates How To Yell At A Dog In Russian (You Really Have To Watch!)During a recent newscast in Russia, a golden retriever stole the microphone a weathercaster was holding as she reported the weather on live TV. Evelyn Taft, who speaks Russian, showed Juan and Suzie how she would react if she were in that situation!
Allergies Seem Worse This Year? SoCal Doctor Says Climate Change Could Be To BlameMany people are suffering from more severe allergies than in years past, and one local doctor says climate change may be the culprit behind this year's harsher allergy season.
Hearing Over Orange Mass Shooting Suspect's HealthOfficials say 44-year-old suspect Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez, who was shot by police during the attack, is still not able to participate in court proceedings from his hospital bed due to his medical condition. Michele Gile reports.
Report: Caitlyn Jenner Exploring Run For California GovernorFormer reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner is exploring a run for California governor as current Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a possible recall.
California Realtors Advise Clients to Ignore ‘Love Letters’ From Would-Be BuyersThe California Association of Realtors is sending out a warning to both buyers and sellers that these letters carry the potential of discrimination. Nicole Comstock reports.
Riverside Expanding Vaccine Eligibility To Residents Over 16 And Older TuesdayRiverside County health officials announced Monday that residents 16 and older will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday.
LA County Moves Into Orange Tier, But Some Business Owners Want Even Fewer RestrictionsThe loosened COVID restrictions for business owners have still left some less than thrilled. "We think that the capacity restrictions are somewhat arbitrary and that we have systems in place to welcome more guests back, but we're obviously honoring the ruling of where we operate," Matthew Smith, CMO of the Madera Group, said.