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Tuesday News Wrap

Raquel Ramirez

September 27, 2016

Local Two men were charged with the murder of a couple and their friend in Orange County. Jennifer and Christopher Yost were found dead in their apartment in Fullerton along with their friend Arthur Boucher. Frank Felix and Joshua Acosta were friends of the couple's teenage daughter, and now they a...

Gene Wilder dead at 83

Gene Wilder dead at 83

Robert Spallone

August 29, 2016

Actor Gene Wilder, who starred in films such as “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and “Young Frankenstein,” died on Sunday night at the age of 83, according to news reports. Wilder’s lawyer, Eric Weissmann, confirmed the star’s death Monday afternoon to CNN. “Even though his characters w...

U.S. Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage

U.S. Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage

Brooke Holland

June 26, 2015

Same-sex marriage is now legal in all 50 states. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 vote on Friday that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. This means the 13 states with bans on gay marriage will no longer be able to enforce them, according to BBC News. Several states, including Michigan, Texas, Mi...

Photos: Special Olympics Torch Run continues through LA until Friday

Photos: Special Olympics Torch Run continues through LA until Friday

Matt Rose

June 10, 2015

The Special Olympics Summer Games Torch Relay continues its tour through the Los Angeles county area this week and is scheduled to reach Long Beach by Saturday morning for the Games' opening ceremony. Officers and cadets of the LAPD Mission Division kicked off Wednesday's leg of the Central Law Enforcement...

LAPD on “blue alert” in response to violence in Baltmimore

LAPD on “blue alert” in response to violence in Baltmimore

City News Service

April 27, 2015

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Responding to violence in Baltimore over the death of a man who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody, the Los Angeles Police Department issued an alert today requiring its officers to work strictly in two-person teams. ``We are aware of the incident (inBaltimore),...

Second fire starts after firefighters take down first in Granada Hills

City News Service

April 27, 2015

GRANADA HILLS (CNS) - A wind- and terrain-driven wildfire scorched about five acres in the Granada Hills area today before being beaten down by fire crews who prevented any damage to homes, but just as they were getting the upper hand on the blaze a second fire broke out in grass in nearby Mission Hills. The...

March for Justice held across the world for Armenian Genocide commemoration

Saffana Hijaz

April 24, 2015

On the morning of March 24, thousands of people marched the streets of LA to bring awareness on the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The #ArmenianGenocide and #MarchforJustice appeared in over thousands of tweets from around the world to commemorate the massacre of millions. Sever...

The “how to’s” for tax day

Julius Lasin

April 15, 2015

For students, April 15, the deadline to file taxes to the IRS, marks either one of the most stressful or relieving days of their year. “Always file taxes regardless,” said Ara Anthony Kiledjian, a tax clinician and coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), a student organizat...

Missing woman found safe, family says

Ryan Mancini

April 15, 2015

One day after being reported missing, Rebecca Melendez returned home late Tuesday night, said her family on Wednesday."She's safely at home now," said a family member.Melendez went missing at 8:40 a.m. on April 13 in Panorama City. Melendez's mother said her daughter sent a text at 8:41 a.m., and her ph...

Garcetti announces earthquake initiative in State of the City Address at VPAC

Garcetti announces earthquake initiative in State of the City Address at VPAC

Michael Arvizu

April 14, 2015

Standing on the stage of the Valley Performing Arts Center at CSUN, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti gave his second State of the City address, where he outlined numerous improvement campaigns in areas such as public safety, mass transit, and earthquake retrofitting. The fact that CSUN had to endure...

Fix LA protesters demand change from Mayor Garcetti at VPAC

Fix LA protesters demand change from Mayor Garcetti at VPAC

Madeline Sensibile

April 14, 2015

During LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's delivery of the State of the City address, protestors marched outside CSUN’s Valley Performing Arts Center, demanding the mayor to make resolutions on working conditions and salaries for city workers on April 14. Twenty to 30 people marched outside the VPAC to promote ...

Series of earthquakes shakes San Fernando, Santa Clarita Valley

Series of earthquakes shakes San Fernando, Santa Clarita Valley

City News Service

April 4, 2015

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A series of earthquakes, the largest magnitude 3.1, shook the Oat Mountain area north of the San Fernando Valley today. Automated seismographs reported a series of six quakes, most in the 1-2 magnitude, starting at 7:45 a.m. The largest quakes were magnitude 2.7 at 7:52 and magnitude...

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