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2 Marines at Camp Pendleton indicted over drug ring allegations after third Marine dies from fentanyl overdose

A grand jury has indicted two U.S. Marines stationed at Camp Pendleton, accusing them of aiding a drug ring that provided fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills to another Marine, who was found dead of an overdose in Ventura County in May. Lance Cpls. Anthony Whisenant, 20, and Ryan White, 22, were arrested Tuesday, according to the U.S. Justice Department. A Marine Corps spokesman said both were transferred from their regiment at the base into the custody of federal agents. In a statement, a Justice De...
Tags: News, Drugs, Sport, Snapchat, Marine, Soccer, Military, Marine Corps, Marines, Edinburgh, Ventura County, Justice Department, White, Ryan White, Solis, McCormick


Nov. 16 date set for relocating people living at two West San Fernando Valley underpasses

Homeless services providers have committed to relocating people who live under two freeways in the West San Fernando Valley by Nov. 16 — after which time those areas will become off-limits to camping, Councilman Bob Blumenfield said Friday, Sept. 19. Blumenfield said the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority has identified 33 people who live in the encampments around the Winnetka Avenue and Corbin underpasses along the 101 Freeway to whom they will provide housing and services. Additionally, t...
Tags: Health, News, La, Government, Sport, Soccer, Community, Homeless, Flynn, 101 Freeway, San Fernando Valley, Corbin, David Carter, Sylmar, West Hills, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority


Arrest ends nine-hour standoff with carjacking suspect in Lynwood

LYNWOOD — An allegedly armed carjacking suspect was arrested Tuesday night by a sheriff’s SWAT team and K-9 while trying to escape from an apartment in Lynwood, where he was holed up for more than nine hours. #LASD SEB SWAT operation for an armed barricaded suspect in the city of Lynwood has concluded. Suspect in custody. Carlin Ave reopened. Neighborhood safe. pic.twitter.com/2z1NFNsFgO — SEB (@SEBLASD) September 16, 2020   Sheriff’s deputies were sent to the 3000 block of Carlin Avenue, ne...
Tags: News, Shooting, Theft, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, CHP, Police Shooting, Police Chase, Murray, Compton, Standoff, Los Angeles County, Gomez, Schiff, SEB


City of LA claims plaintiffs in homeless lawsuit exaggerated per-bed costs

Attorneys for the city of Los Angeles said on Tuesday, Sept. 15, that the plaintiffs in a lawsuit over the homelessness crisis misstated the per-bed cost of tiny home communities, one of several proposed interim housing solutions to serve people experiencing homelessness under threat of the coronavirus. Last week, the plaintiffs — a coalition of Skid Row-area business owners, formerly homeless and disabled city dwellers who are suing the city and county of Los Angeles — wrote in a report to the ...
Tags: Business, News, La, Los Angeles, Recommended, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Homeless Shelters, San Fernando Valley, Sylmar, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT


Reward for info in shooting of 2 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies upped to $200K after Metro and anonymous contributions

Anonymous donors and the region’s top transportation authority on Monday upped a reward to $200,000 for information leading to the arrest of the gunman who shot and injured two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies over the weekend. Sheriff Alex Villanueva confirmed in an interview with KABC 790 that two donors stepped forward with $25,000 and $50,000 to increase the $100,000 reward approved by the Board of Supervisors on Sunday. Phillip A. Washington, the CEO of the Los Angeles Metro...
Tags: News, Shooting, Washington, Los Angeles, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Portland, Lebron James, CHP, Police Shooting, Donald Trump, Riverside County, Metro, Trump, Northern California


2 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies shot in possible Compton ambush; both in critical condition

Two deputies were shot in a suspected ambush Saturday night in Compton, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. A male and a female deputy were shot shortly after 7 p.m. while they sat in a patrol vehicle at the Metro Blue Line station at Willowbrook Avenue and Elm Street, according to a Sheriff’s Department statement. Both deputies suffered multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Sheriff’s Department, and were taken to a hospital where they were undergoing surgery late Saturday. NBC...
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2 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies shot in Compton

Two deputies were shot Saturday night in Compton, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. Broadcast reports said it happened at the Metro Blue Line station at Willowbrook Avenue and Elm Street. The deputies were hospitalized and fighting for their lives, the LASD said. Related Articles Deputies arrest 17 and recover knives, poles, fireworks at Dijon Kizzee protest 6 arrested during protest at South LA Sheriff’s Station over Dijon Kizzee’s...
Tags: News, La, Sport, Soccer, Broadcast, CHP, Police Shooting, Compton, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department, Sylmar, Metro Blue Line, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, LA County Sheriff's Department, LASD


Boulders placed in LA neighborhood’s freeway corridor fuel feud over plight of homeless

Dozens of boulders that sat for five days on the sidewalks along a freeway underpass — intended to discourage homeless people from living there — had been hauled away as last week drew to a close. But the tensions the rocks triggered endured, intensifying a squabble over the plight of the unhoused in a diverse Los Angeles neighborhood. That’s right: Boulders. Big ones. Dozens of them, some weighing hundreds of pounds each. After the rocks arrived early last week, they were decried by some as “ho...
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Truck crash closes lanes of 210 Freeway in Sylmar

SYLMAR — A crash early Friday morning involving a pickup and a box truck caused the box truck to overturn on the westbound 210 Freeway in Sylmar and prompted the closure of a stretch of the westbound lanes. The crash occurred near the Hubbard Street exit about 4:15 a.m. when the pickup truck stalled in the middle lane of the freeway and the box truck crashed into it and overturned, according to the California Highway Patrol. The box truck was blocking lanes of traffic and leaking diesel fuel ont...
Tags: News, California, Sport, Crash, Soccer, CHP, Local News, Sylmar, 210 Freeway, Hubbard Street, Top Stories LADN, Crime and Public Safety


Volunteers hit street offering Lunches with Love for homeless

Pastor Kathy Huck founder of homeless outreach ministry About My Father’s Business, gives Brandon Middleton, 37, food and hygiene supplies in Chatsworth, Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Councilmember John Lee joined with community partners to sponsor the Lunches with Love outreach program that distributes meals and supplies to people living on streets. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Pastor Kathy Huck founder of homeless outreach ministry About My Father’s Business, dis...
Tags: Business, News, La, Government, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Chatsworth, Northridge, Ho, Lee, John Lee, Southern California Gas Co, Los Angeles City, Robert Lewis, LA County


Amid pandemic, guide dogs’ trainers push on with pups

Jamie Hunt, Assistant Director of Programs at Guide Dogs of America, takes McCoy on a training walk at the facility in Sylmar, CA Tuesday, September 8, 2020. The Guide Dogs of America which normally runs three-week training classes for new students has had to suspend the on-campus classes and switch to individual at-home training due to COVID-19. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Captain helps Lorri Bernson on her walk along Ventura Boulevard in Encino, CA Wednesday, Sept...
Tags: News, Government, Pets, Sport, Canada, Soccer, United States, Sydney, Community, Northridge, Lee, Santa Clarita, South Bay, Simi Valley, Burbank, Wilmington


Bobcat fire still burning out of control in San Gabriel Mountains, nearly 24,000 acres burned with 0% containment

The Bobcat fire burning deep in the Angeles National Forest north of Monrovia was still spreading out of control on Thursday, Sept. 10, with firefighters dealing with powerful winds. The fire so far has burned 23,890 acres of pristine forest lands, Calfire officials said. It was 0% contained. Fire danger is extreme in the San Gabriel Mountains during the Bobcat Fire on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/ SCNG) A LA County Fire helicopter flies thr...
Tags: Weather, News, Fire, Sport, Soccer, CalFire, West Coast, Beirut, Monrovia, Arcadia, Northridge, Lee, San Gabriel Mountains, Bobcat, Sylmar, Jason Anderson


Councilman Lee gathers residents affected by July 4 Northridge apartment fire for reunion breakfast

Families impacted by a Fourth of July apartment fire in Northridge reunite for breakfast outside Councilmember John Lee’s office in Chatsworth Monday morning.(photo by Andy Holzman). Families impacted by a Fourth of July apartment fire in Northridge reunite for breakfast outside Council member John Lee’s office in Chatsworth Monday morning. Here, Erika Rivera, Rosa Lozano and Leidy Lozano gather donated goods as part of the event Monday morning. .(photo by Andy Holzman). Sound The ...
Tags: News, Government, Fire, Sport, Soccer, Community, Chatsworth, Council, Lapd, Northridge, Lee, John Lee, Los Angeles City, Sylmar, Los Angeles Fire Department, LAFD


Motorhome is fully engulfed in fire on Sylmar street

Fire destroyed a motorhome Tuesday evening on the streets of Sylmar, but no one was hurt. Los Angeles firefighters who responded to a report about a vehicle fire about 6:35 p.m. found the motorhome well-involved in fire on the 16000 block of Foothill Boulevard. It took firefighters about 15 minutes to extinguish the blaze, said a photographer at the scene. Los Angeles firefighters prepare to extinguish the flames in a motorhome Tuesday Sept. 8, 2020, on the 16000 block of Foothill Boulevard ...
Tags: News, Fire, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Red Cross, Local News, Lapd, Southern California, San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles Daily News, Sylmar, Foothill Boulevard, Top Stories LADN, Rick McClure


Woman suspected in shooting at a hotel in Manhattan Beach; no injuries reported

Investigators believe a man and a woman were targeted by a female suspect in a shooting at a hotel in Manhattan Beach, but no one was wounded early Tuesday, Sept. 8. Officers responded to several reports of shots fired at the Residence Inn, 1700 N. Sepulveda Blvd. at about 3:14 a.m., Manhattan Beach police said in a news release. Investigators believe a woman fired into a vehicle parked on the hotel’s lot that was occupied by two people, but they were not struck by gunfire. “This was a targeted ...
Tags: News, Shooting, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Pasadena, CHP, Riverside County, Manhattan Beach, Sylmar, Shawn Thompson, Top Stories Breeze, Crime and Public Safety, Dijon Kizzee, South LA Sheriff 's Station, Manhattan Beach Police Sgt Tim Zins


CHP officer shot at in Sylmar; no injuries reported and suspect is sought

SYLMAR — A California Highway Patrol officer responding to a stolen vehicle call in Sylmar was fired upon Monday night by a male suspect who remained at large. The shots were reported at 7:12 p.m. in the 12900 block of Little Tujunga Canyon Road, according to CHP Officer Tony Polizzi. The officer was not hit, Polizzi said. Several officers were at the scene, he said. A sheriff’s helicopter was overhead, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said, urging civilians to stay out of the area. CBSLA re...
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CHP officer shot at in Sylmar; no injuries reported

SYLMAR — A California Highway Patrol officer responding to a stolen vehicle call in Sylmar was fired upon Monday night by a male suspect who remained at large. The shots were reported at 7:12 p.m. in the 12900 block of Little Tujunga Canyon Road, according to CHP Officer Tony Polizzi. The officer was not hit, Polizzi said. Several officers were at the scene, he said. A sheriff’s helicopter was overhead, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said, urging civilians to stay out of the area. CBSLA re...
Tags: News, Shooting, La, Theft, Sport, Soccer, California Highway Patrol, CHP, Local News, Sherman Oaks, Gardena, Los Angeles Sheriff s Department, Polizzi, Sylmar, Tony Polizzi, LA Police Commission


Heat wave stresses grid, causes outages throughout Southern California

The holiday heat wave is taking a toll on the region’s power grid, with more than 90,000 Southern California Edison and LA Department of Water and Power customers without power early Monday, Sept. 7, and electricity for some not expected to be restored until Tuesday. The DWP reported at 9 p.m. Sunday that its crews had restored power to 77,000 customers since the extreme heat storm started causing problems on Saturday. But crews were still working to restore power to some 70,000 customers by rep...
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Crews battle 2 fires in the San Fernando Valley amid record heat

Firefighters battle a blaze in the Sepulveda Basin on Sunday, Sept. 6 . Photo: Rick McClure, special to SCNG Firefighters battle a blaze in the Sepulveda Basin on Sunday, Sept. 6 . Photo: Rick McClure, special to SCNG Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Firefighters battle a blaze in the Sepulveda Basin on Sunday, Sept. 6 . Photo: Rick McClure, special to SCNG Firefighters battle a blaze in the Sepulveda Basin on Sunday, Sept. 6 . Photo: Rick McClure, special to SCNG Fi...
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Teacher at Woodland Hills school says she was threatened over ‘I Can’t Breathe’ shirt

A teacher at El Camino Real Charter High in Woodland Hills says she fears for her safety after receiving threats for wearing an “I Can’t Breathe” t-shirt while instructing her online class last week, according to school officials. A parent took a screenshot and shared it online of the teacher wearing the shirt, school officials said, which created an uproar with some parents, pouring onto social media threads and forums online. Hateful emails were reportedly sent to the teacher, who asked not to...
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Task force announces several dozen arrests tied to recent massive protests in L.A. County

A small group of trouble makers and organized criminals hiding among tens of thousands of demonstrators who took to the streets during region-wide protests in late May are believed to be behind numerous fires, break-ins and assaults on police officers that occurred nearby, law enforcement officials said Wednesday. Speaking as part of a region-wide task force, the police chiefs of Los Angeles and Santa Monica and a deputy chief from Long Beach sketched out a detailed portrait of the violence they...
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Coronavirus case in California capitol delays Senate session

A person who works at the California Capitol has tested positive for the coronavirus, delaying the Legislature in the critical final week of session as hundreds of bills face a Monday deadline. Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins’ office confirmed the case on Wednesday. Her office could not say if the case was a lawmaker or a staffer. The Senate delayed a 10 a.m. session to vote on legislation, including several police reform bills filed following the death of George Floyd in May. An email ...
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134 Freeway crash sparks brush fire in Eagle Rock

EAGLE ROCK — A woman was injured Wednesday when a vehicle crashed and sparked a brush fire on the eastbound 134 Freeway in the Eagle Rock area. The crash was reported about 9 a.m. near Argus Drive, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department and the California Highway Patrol. The woman was taken to a hospital in unknown condition, and firefighters extinguished the quarter-acre fire in about 40 minutes, the LAFD reported. Following the crash, the eastbound 134 Freeway was closed at the nearby 2 ...
Tags: News, California, Fire, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Pasadena, CHP, Local News, Eagle Rock, Pacoima, Sylmar, Los Angeles Fire Department, LAFD, Panorama City, Top Stories LADN


US changes COVID testing advice, bewildering experts

By MIKE STOBBE | AP Medical Writer NEW YORK — US health officials have sparked a wave of confusion after posting guidelines that coronavirus testing is not necessary for people who have been in close contact with infected people. The new guidance was posted earlier this week on the website of a federal agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC previously had advised local health departments to test people who have been within 6 feet of an infected person for more than 15 mi...
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LAUSD board votes to make Ethnic Studies a graduation requirement by 2023-24

The Los Angeles Unified School District’s board approved plans on Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 25, to make completion of an Ethnic Studies class a high school graduation requirement by the 2023-24 school year. The vote was unanimous, 7-0. The resolution, introduced by board member Kelly Gonez, requires: That LAUSD superintendent and administrators provide support to educators to integrate Ethnic Studies into the Pre-K-8 curriculum; Each school to offer an Ethnic Studies course by 2022-23; and That e...
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Tattoo artist gets a year in jail for vehicular manslaughter in L.A. crash that killed YouTube personality

VAN NUYS — A tattoo artist who pleaded no contest in connection with on his 25th birthday was sentenced Tuesday to 365 days in county jail, 250 hours of community service and five years probation. Superior Court Judge Joseph Brandolino suspended a four-year state prison term that Daniel Joseph Silva could face if he violates his probation, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Silva was driving a 2020 McLaren 600LT at high speed eastbound on Huston Street when he lost...
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At a Sylmar teacher’s maternity room, school is in session

A room at the maternity ward at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills is full of the sound of third-graders’ voices. They’re echoing from the speakers in Janet Udomratsak’s laptop. “I’m not finished yet,” says a forlorn but honest voice, clearly in the middle of deep thought on the issue of “3 x 4.” Rows. Arrays. Columns. Answer… Computing….. Computing… and the chats start coming in. A collective answer. A collective “12.” And with that, a small victory for Udomratsak. “Good job!...
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Panorama City man killed in 134 Freeway crash in Pasadena

PASADENA — A man killed when a Mercedes-Benz SUV rolled over on the 134 Freeway in Pasadena was a Panorama City resident. Andranik Grigoryan was 46 years old, according to the coroner’s office. A woman and three children were seriously injured in the solo vehicle crash about 2:10 p.m. Sunday on the westbound 134 Freeway near San Rafael Avenue, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Elizabeth Kravig. Grigoryan was pronounced dead at the scene, and the woman and three children were taken t...
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1 killed, 4 hurt in crash on 134 Freeway in Pasadena

A man died after a Mercedes-Benz rolled over on the 134 Freeway in Pasadena on Sunday, Aug. 23., and a woman and three children were hospitalized after the crash. TRAFFIC ALERT: Three right lanes of westbound Route 134 at San Rafael Ave in #EagleRock CLOSED due to overturned vehicle involving one fatality. Duration unknown. Expect delays. #BeWorkZoneAlert pic.twitter.com/ibnypUqqhJ — Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) August 23, 2020 Initial reports from 911 callers stated that a white SUV...
Tags: News, California, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Pasadena, CHP, Chatsworth, Local News, Mercedes Benz, Orange County Register, Santa Ana, Sylmar, Elizabeth Kravig, Kravig, Top Stories PSN


Who should police the police in California?

Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a four-part series that will examine policing in California following George Floyd’s killing and subsequent protests and calls for widespread reform. Part 1 examined how potential officers are selected. Part 2 explored how police officers are trained. Part 3 looks into oversight of police agencies. Like so many other changes to law enforcement, demands for civilian oversight of police often have their roots in outrage. Oakland’s first citizen revie...
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