• Woman Critically Hurt In Corona Hit-And-Run

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    CORONA (CBSLA.com) – Investigators are searching for a possibly female driver who struck and critically injured a woman in Corona late Friday afternoon.
    According to Corona police, 44-year-old Dora Bran of Riverside was in a crosswalk on Vicentia Avenue at about 4:45 p.m. when a black Mercedes Benz SUV struck her while turning onto Vicentia Avenue from West 6th Street.
    The driver fled. The woman was taken to a local hospital, where she remained in critical condit
  • The LA Riots, 25 Years Later: Day 1

    Rodney King verdicts swept the city into some of the most-destructive rioting in U.S. history.
  • Obama Shies Away From Trump Talk In First Public Appearance Since Leaving Office

    CHICAGO (AP) — Former President Barack Obama used his first public appearance since leaving office to dole out advice to young people on leadership, managing social media and even marriage. What he didn’t do was mention his successor.
    At a forum Monday for students at the University of Chicago, adjacent to where his presidential library will stand, Obama talked about his formative experiences as a community organizer and as a young politician running for office in Illinois. But for m
  • Body Found In Chino Hills State Park Likely That Of Missing Biker

    BREA (CBSLA.com) – Authorities believe that a body discovered in Chino Hills State Park Monday likely belongs to a missing mountain biker.
    The family of 43-year-old Sokha Pho reported him missing Sunday after he failed to show up at his mother’s house, the Orange County Register reports.
    He was believed to have gone mountain biking in Carbon Canyon Regional Park in Brea, where his car was found. Orange County Sheriff’s deputies began a search for him Sunday night.
    At about 2:30
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  • Killing Of Monrovia Teen Stumps Family, Friends, Investigators

    MONROVIA (CBSLA.com) — Family and friends of 18-year-old Oscar Garcia say he was a nice, decent young man who was never in trouble and had no gang affiliations.
    Garcia was shot and killed at a Monrovia home late Saturday night, police said. His family says he was a soccer player and senior at Canyon Oaks High School and they believe this was a case of mistaken identity.
    A 17-year-old boy was also shot and is in critical condition, police said.
    Investigators say the man wanted in
  • Best Hipster Clothing Stores In Los Angeles

    Los Angeles is at the center of fashion and is known worldwide for its style. With plenty of options to choose from, there’s certainly no shortage of shops to get the latest and greatest clothing for whatever you want.(credit: John Sciulli/Getty Images)
    Topshop / TopmanThe Grove189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036(323) 938-1085
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    This hot U.K. retailer is one of the best places for those looking to step up their summer festival gear or look for top fashion looks throughou
  • Search For Missing 5-Year-Old South Pasadena Boy Enters Third Day

    SOUTH PASADENA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities scoured several locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties Monday as the search for for a missing five-year-old boy entered a third day.
    Aramazd Andressian, Jr. was last seen by his mother Tuesday via Skype video call from an unknown location.
    The boy was in the temporary custody of his father, Aramazd Andressian Sr., who was found unconscious at a South Pasadena park Saturday.
    He was being held on $10 million bail after being arres
  • Thousands Turn Out In Hollywood To Mark 102nd Anniversary Of The Armenian Genocide

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Hollywood and Mid-City Monday to mark the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian genocide, which Turkey insists did not happen.
    The first of two marches began at 10 a.m. in Hollywood, where a march organized by Unified Young Armenians originated near Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue in Little Armenia. Thousands of chanting and flag-waving Armenians and their supporters flocked to the area, clogging Holl
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  • Anaheim Dental Clinic Reopens After Bacterial Outbreak

    ANAHEIM (CBSLA.com) – An Anaheim children’s dental clinic twice closed due to multiple bacterial infections reopened Monday.
    The Children’s Dental Group at 2156 E. Lincoln Blvd. was shut down in mid-September and then again in mid-December when tests showed bacteria was still in the office’s water system, even though it recently had been replaced.
    Dozens of youngsters have been affected by the bacterial outbreak.
    Of the 68 reports to date, 22 cases have been confirmed and
  • Returning the Care: Providing Care for the Caregiver

    This article was provided by AAA T.L.C.
    If you are receiving care from either a friend, family member, or an agency like AAA T.L.C. Healthcare, it is critical to remember that the individual providing care needs to be treated with kindness and respect. Oftentimes, without meaning to, we can say things to caregivers that come off as disrespectful or offensive. Placing yourself in the caregiver’s shoes and empathizing with their point of view can make a noticeable difference in how they appr
  • In-home Care For Dementia

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    Dementia affects every aspect of a seniors’ life.  Living with the disease can impact every moment. It can alter or diminish a person’s senses oftentimes changing the tastes, smells, and sounds they used to enjoy. Information is interpreted differently in the brain and simple tasks that the person living with Dementia used to accomplish easily can now become an impossible challenge. From the time they wake up in the morning until they go t
  • Jennifer Keagle, M. D. shares her act of humankindness

    Jennifer Keagle, M. D. at Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center shares her act of humankindness as she helps one of her own, Brandon Morris.
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  • Shooting Leads To Lengthy Standoff In Downtown LA

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A SWAT team responded Monday to a downtown Los Angeles apartment building after a man ran inside after firing shots at a passing vehicle, police said.
    Officers were sent shortly before noon to the area of Eighth and Santee streets on a report of shots fired shortly before noon, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. No one was hit by the gunfire.
    Police say the man, believed to be in his 20s, was armed with a handgun.
    The man fired shots at a passing vehi
  • Reported Gunman Barricaded In Downtown LA Apartment Building

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A SWAT team responded Monday to a downtown Los Angeles apartment building after a man ran inside after firing shots at a passing vehicle, police said.
    Officers were sent shortly before noon to the area of Eighth and Santee streets on a report of shots fired shortly before noon, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. No one was hit by the gunfire.
    Police say the man, believed to be in his 20s, was armed with a handgun.
    The man reportedly fired shots at a p
  • Conservatives Groups Sue Berkeley Over Ann Coulter Cancellation

    Two organizations accuse the university of discriminating against conservative speakers and violating students’ rights to free speech.
  • Keidel: Would Warriors’ NBA Finals Win Hurt Durant’s Legacy?

    By Jason Keidel
    If the Golden State Warriors win the NBA title without serious help from Kevin Durant, it could be the most hollow championship in the NBA archives. He would get a ring, but it would almost be cosmetic, the cherry on top of a sundae he didn’t make.
    Perhaps it’s unusual, if unprecedented, to say this about a pro athlete. But this could be the first time in the history of American team sports that winning a world championship could harm his legacy.
    It would certain
  • Best Things To Do This Week In Orange County – April 24

    As April draws to a close, there is plenty to keep you busy. Before May arrives, support the local children’s hospital by purchasing some chic apparel from The Sunshine Girls, catch a captivating musical at Segerstrom Center, visit baby farm animals or get into digital sports at UCI. Later in the week, the Boogaloo Art, Car & Music Festival offers a flurry of culture and entertainment. Over the weekend, don’t miss your chance to check out a women’s expo or the sea-inspired
  • Man Pleads Guilty, Gets 15 Years In Prison For Downtown LA Apartment Fire

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A 58-year-old man has pleaded no contest to igniting a huge inferno in downtown Los Angeles that destroyed a block of apartments under construction and heavily damaged nearby office buildings.
    Dawud Abdulwali entered the plea Monday to a charge of arson of a structure, and he was immediately sentenced to 15 years in prison.
    Deputy District Attorney Joy Roberts says the plea was negotiated.
    The December 2014 blaze gutted the seven-story Da Vinci apartment complex and blew
  • Former Beauty Queen Pleads Guilty To Child Porn

    NEWPORT BEACH (AP) — A former winner of California’s Mrs. Orange County beauty pageant has pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography and lewd acts with a child.
    County court records say 27-year-old Meghan Alt entered the pleas last Friday and was sentenced to 300 days in jail and three years of probation.
    Prosecutors dismissed two additional charges of lewd acts with a child.
    Alt was ordered to serve the jail sentence starting Friday.
    She was arrested in 2015. Prosecutors said s
  • Search For Missing 5-Year-Old Boy Extends To Third Day

    SOUTH PASADENA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities scoured several locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties Monday, the third day of searching for a 5-year-old boy whose father was found unconscious at a South Pasadena park.
    Aramazd Andressian, Jr. was last seen by his mother Tuesday via Skype video call from an unknown location. The boy was in the temporary custody of his father, Aramazd Andressian Sr., who has been arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and is now being held on $10 m
  • Search Continues A Third Day For Missing 5-Year-Old Boy

    SOUTH PASADENA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities are scouring several locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties Monday, the third day of searching for a 5-year-old boy whose father was found unconscious at a South Pasadena park.
    Aramazd Andressian, Jr. was last seen by his mother Tuesday via Skype video call from an unknown location. The boy was in the temporary custody of his father, Aramazd Andressian Sr., who has been arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and is now being held on
  • 4 Employee Laws Small Business Owners Need To Know

     Owning a small business has its challenges not only from a bottom line standpoint, but also making sure to abide by the laws both federally and by the individual state. Employee laws are tweaked from time to time federally to ensure protection of workers creating a fair workplace. While there are exemptions to several laws depending on the size of the business, these guidelines will provide a basis to getting started.
     
     
    Wage laws
    Wages are important to a business especially whe
  • Falcons Wide Receiver Mohamed Sanu Shares Heartwarming Note From Fans

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    Professional athletes are often seen as role models and their actions are closely watched both on the playing field and off. For Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, that meant his actions were being observed even while on an airplane. Sanu shared a photo on his Twitter account over the weekend of a note that he got from a family that was sitting behind him on his flight.This definitely put a smile on my face. ☺️ the little things. pic.twitter.com/OFKpwcho5H
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  • ‘Happy Days’ Actress Likely Died From Cancer Complications

    CORYDON, Ind. (CBSLA.com/ AP) — Authorities say former “Happy Days” star Erin Moran likely died from cancer at her southern Indiana home.
    A statement released Monday by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department says an autopsy revealed the 56-year-old actress had stage-four cancer, but doesn’t specify what type.
    The department says Moran died Saturday in the rural community of New Salisbury, about 20 miles northwest of Louisville, Kentucky. Officials say standard tox
  • Always Be Looking For Fast Starters In Fantasy Baseball’s First Month

    By Sam McPherson
    Not all fantasy baseball seasons are created equal, as some players start fast and finish slow, while other players start slow and finish fast. Staying the course generally equalizes everything out in the end, but smart fantasy team owners can capitalize on fast starts and fast finishes by paying attention to what’s going on every day in Major League Baseball play. It’s rare a fantasy owner can just draft a team right before Opening Day and make no changes to it all
  • Southern California Armenians Mark 102nd Anniversary Of Genocide

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Tens of thousands of people will march Monday to the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles to mark the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian genocide.
    A 1.5-mile march to the consulate at 6300 Wilshire Blvd. is scheduled to start at noon from Pan Pacific Park, 7600 Beverly Blvd., according to the Los Angeles Department of Transportation.
    The march route will go south along The Grove Drive, west on 3rd Street, south on Fairfax Avenue near Park LaBrea apartments and wes
  • Improve Your Company’s Marketing By Keeping Up With Facebook’s Changes

     The algorithm for the Facebook newsfeed changes frequently based on how individuals use it. As a business, you don’t really have the option of ignoring Facebook, simply because it is just too good of a marketing tool. However, the changes are geared more toward individuals than toward businesses. To make sure your business is always getting the most effective marketing on the site, you need to keep up with the changes in the algorithm.
     
     
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  • California Today: A Big Swing on Sanctuary Cities

    Monday: An attitude shift on sanctuary policies, the risk-taking of Uber’s C.E.O., and an oasis rises in the Coachella Valley.
  • Swimmers, Surfers Warned As High Surf Pounds SoCal

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Large surf is expected along much of the Southern California coast and beachgoers are warned of dangerous waves and rip currents.
    The National Weather Service says waves along the Central Coast could hit 12 feet, while sets topping 8 feet are expected in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.
    Swimmers and surfers are urged to stay near lifeguards and never turn their backs on the ocean.
    Meanwhile Southern California’s spring heat wave continues. Forecasters say temperat
  • Pedestrian Fatally Struck While Walking On 60 Freeway

    HACIENDA HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — One person was killed Monday when he was struck by a car while walking on the Pomona (60) Freeway in Hacienda Heights, authorities said.
    It happened at 2:04 a.m. on the westbound Pomona Freeway at Azusa Avenue, California Highway Patrol Tony Polizzi said. The pedestrian, a man whose age was not immediately available, was pronounced dead at the scene.
    The driver of a Ford Mustang stayed on the scene and was cooperating with the investigation, police said.
  • Stevens Promoted To Kings Head Coach

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Kings have promoted associated head coach John Stevens to become their next head coach.
    Kings spokesman Mike Altieri said the team will introduce Stevens at a news conference Monday.
    Stevens replaces Darryl Sutter after serving as an assistant to two Kings head coaches over the past eight seasons, which included the franchise’s only two Stanley Cup championship runs. Los Angeles has won just one playoff game in three years since its last title in 20
  • 18-Year-Old Killed In Monrovia Shooting Identified, Other Teen Still Critical

    MONROVIA (CBSLA.com) — An 18-year-old man who was shot and killed at a Monrovia home late Saturday night has been identified by the Coroner’s office as Oscar Garcia. His family says he was a soccer player and senior at Canyon Oaks High School and they believe this was a case of mistaken identity.
    A 17-year-old boy was also shot and is in critical condition, police said.
    Police and sheriff’s deputies are investigating. They have not released a motive and they don&rsquo
  • Johnson Scores 28, Jazz Beat Clippers 105-98 To Even Series

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Joe Johnson scored 28 points, and the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 on Sunday night to tie their first-round playoff series at 2-all.
    Johnson, who hit the winning shot in Game 1, scored 11 straight Jazz points during a crucial stretch in the fourth quarter, including a pull-up jumper for a 91-90 lead with 3:55 remaining after trailing by seven early in the period. The Clippers never led again after controlling the game for most of the night.
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  • Coachella Calls It A Wrap With Hot Rapper Kendrick Lamar

    INDIO (CBSLA.com)  —  The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival wrapped on Sunday with rapper Kendrick Lamar taking the stage.
    While the closing day saw triple-digit temperatures, the hottest thing around was definitely Compton native Lamar
    He’s fresh off the release of his latest album “Damn,” and he got the coveted closing night spot.
    Others looking to repeat strong first weekend performances included Lorde, who emerged from a nearly three-year performing
  • Fowler Practices With Ducks As They Prepare For Oilers

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Cam Fowler has returned to practice with the Anaheim Ducks, and the All-Star defenseman could be on target for a quick return to the Stanley Cup contenders’ lineup.
    Nearly three weeks after injuring his knee, Fowler skated with his teammates at Honda Center on Sunday when they returned from a three-day break after sweeping Calgary out of the first round of the postseason.
    “Anytime you can join the team back in practice, it definitely beats going on the i
  • Survivors Gather At Museum Of The Holocaust For Special Commemoration Ceremony

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —   Survivors gathered Sunday at the Museum of the Holocaust for a special commemoration ceremony.
    CBS2’s Tina Patel was there.
    She spoke to participants like Eva Nathanson who said she refused to take part in ceremonies like this one for years. The memories were too painful.
    “My mother and I were saved by the underground and righteous Christians. and I was hidden for almost three-and-a-half years as a child,” Nathanson says.
    She on
  • Monrovia Shooting Leaves 1 Teen Dead, 1 Teen In Critical Condition

    MONROVIA (CBSLA.com) — Two teenagers were shot at a Monrovia home late Saturday night. An 18-year-old man died at the scene and a 17-year-old boy is in critical condition, police said.
    Police and sheriff’s deputies are investigating. They have not released a motive and they don’t have much of a description for the shooter.
    Police got the call just before midnight. A neighbor says he heard young people playing music and talking, just before hearing the gun shots.
    “I heard
  • Stroman Tosses Complete Game As Blue Jays Top Angels, 6-2

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Marcus Stroman pitched a seven-hitter and Devon Travis hit a go-ahead, two-run homer during a four-run eighth inning in the Toronto Blue Jays’ 6-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.
    Stroman (2-2) survived a rocky ninth by inducing a game-ending double play in his third career complete game — and his second in 12 days. The right-hander retired 17 straight Angels at one point during a gritty start in his first appearance back in Southern Califor
  • Six-Run Fifth inning Gives Dodgers Win Over Arizona

    PHOENIX (AP) — Brandon McCarthy gave Los Angeles a much-needed strong start, Yasmani Grandal homered in a six-run fifth inning and the Dodgers avoided being swept in three games in the desert with a 6-2 victory over the Diamondbacks on Sunday.
    After scoring 24 runs in the first two games of the series, the Diamondbacks managed only a first-inning, two-run home run by Paul Goldschmidt.
    McCarthy (3-0) blanked Arizona on two hits after that. He went seven innings, allowing two runs on five hi
  • Puppy Chasing Rabbit Gets Stuck Underneath Metal Storage Container In Corona

    CORONA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say firefighters managed to rescue a trapped puppy from underneath a metal storage container in Corona.
    The incident unfolded Sunday afternoon after the puppy managed to chase the rabbit underneath the metal container.
    Footage showed firefighters lifting the container, and the pup running out. It appeared to be uninjured.Corona Firefighters rescue trapped puppy from under large metal storage container. He chased a rabbit under it and was stuck. pic.twi
  • Convicted Jihadist With California Ties Loses US Citizenship

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has revoked the U.S. citizenship of a man who authorities say ran a communications hub for an Egyptian terrorist group out of his Northern California apartment.
    The U.S. Department of Justice says a federal judge in the District of Columbia ordered the denaturalization of 57-year-old Khaled Abu al-Dahab on Thursday for lying to immigration officials during the process to gain U.S. citizenship.
    The department says that the Egypt native was a member of th
  • 17-Year-Old Hiker Seriously Injured After Falling 75-Feet Down Steep Ravine

    CRESTLINE (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say a 17-year-old hiker was airlifted to the hospital after falling 75-feet feet down a steep ravine.
    Dakota Strahl of Victorville was flown to Loma Linda University Medical Center for treatment of her injuries.
    Strahl had been hiking Saturday in Camp Seely, which is located in Crestline in the San Bernardino Mountains, when she fell.
    Authorities said Strahl was placed in a rescue litter, and was hoisted up into the helicopter.
    Her injuries were bel
  • Ex-Officer In California Accused Of Raping 5 Women While On Duty To Stand Trial

    REDWOOD CITY (AP) — A judge in Northern California has ordered a former police officer who’s accused of raping five women while on duty to stand trial.
    The Daily Journal in San Mateo reports a San Mateo County Superior Court judge on Friday ordered 32-year-old Noah Winchester to trial.
    Prosecutors last year charged Winchester with raping the women between July 2013 and October 2015 while he served with the San Mateo Police Department and as an officer for the Los Rios Community Colle
  • Frito-Lay Recalls Certain Jalapeño-Flavored Chips Over Salmonella Concerns

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Frito-Lay has announced a recall of certain jalapeño-flavored potato chips due to the potential presence of salmonella in the seasoning.
    In a statement Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the recall applies to several products that were distributed in stores throughout the U.S.
    The recall was issued after a supplier issued a recall of a seasoning blend which includes jalapeño powder.
    “Although no Salmonella was found in the seaso
  • Chilling Dashcam Video Shows Little Girl Falling Out Of Moving Bus

    HARRISON, Ark. (CBSLA.com) — A 4-year-old girl fell out of a moving bus in a frightening moment that was caught on video.
    The incident occurred in Harrison, Arkansas and a dashboard camera captured images of the child as she fell from the back door of the bus.
    She hit the pavement and rolled several times.
    A volunteer firefighter was driving behind that bus, and rushed to get her off the highway.
    The child is expected to be OK. She sustained a broken jaw.
  • 3.5 Magnitude Quake Reported Near Santa Barbara

    MONTECITO (CBSLA.com) — A minor quake has been reported in Santa Barbara County.
    The U.S. Geological Survey says the 3.5 magnitude quake hit at just before 11 a.m. Sunday, 1.9 miles south-southwest of Montecito, and 3.1 miles east of Santa Barbara.
    The earthquake occurred at a depth of about 12.9 kilometers.It was initially reported by the USGS as a 3.6 magnitude quake, but was downgraded.
    So far, residents in Santa Barbara, Summerland, and Capinteria reported feeling the quake, according
  • Firefighters Battle 3-Alarm Commercial Fire In Torrance

    TORRANCE (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say firefighters Sunday were battling a fire at a commercial building in Torrance.
    The three-alarm fire broke out in the 22800 block of Hawthorne Boulevard, according to Capt. Robert Millea of the Torrance Fire Department.
    Firefighters say one neighboring business has been evacuated, and N. Hawthorne Boulevard at 230th Street has been reduced to one lane.
    Video posted to Instagram shows blackened smoke billowing from the fire:
    For up-to-the-minute live tr
  • California Is Not In ‘Business Of Deportation,’ Says Attorney General Becerra

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says his state is committed to keeping families together and is “not in the business of deportation.”
    Speaking Sunday on a morning news show, Becerra hit back at a White House letter demanding California and other areas help enforce federal immigration law or risk losing federal grants.
    He said that the U.S. Constitution gives states the right to decide how to police its citizens.
    Becerra said, “We’re in
  • More Details Emerge In Attempted ‘Suicide By Cop’ In North Hills

    NORTH HILLS (CBSLA.com) — Authorities believe the suspect in this weekend’s officer involved shooting in North Hills wanted to commit “suicide by cop.”
    Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department received a call of a man with a gun at Burnet Avenue and Rayen Street Saturday morning.
    Upon arrival, police said the suspect threatened to shoot them.
    Officers say they attempted to talk the man down, but indicate that he allegedly charged at officers.
    That’s when offi
  • California Moves Slowly Toward Resuming Executions

    SACRAMENTO (AP) — California has long been what one expert calls a “symbolic death penalty state,” one of 12 that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade.
    Prodded by voters and lawsuits, the nation’s most populous state may now be easing back toward allowing executions, though observers are split on how quickly they will resume, if at all.
    Corrections officials expect to meet a Wednesday deadline to submit revised lethal injec

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