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Victim In Venice Beach Lightning Strike Identified Video included

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It was a gut-wrenching scene on Venice Beach Sunday afternoon after a man in a wetsuit was pulled out of the water after the lightning strike.  A helicopter search followed a report by a witness of 20-year-old Nick Fagnano floating in the water. More>>

Naked Man Struck, Killed By LAPD Responding Patrol Video included

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Los Angeles police officers responding to a call of a naked man running in a Jefferson Park neighborhood drove over a man who was lying in the street about two blocks west, officials said today. More>>

One Person Killed, Two Injured In Pedestrian Hit-And-Run Crash Video included

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A pickup truck struck three pedestrians today in the Koreatown area, killing one and critically injuring two others, authorities said. More>>

Sex Assault Suspect Dead, Cops Wounded in NYC Shootout

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A fugitive task force and a sex-assault suspect got into a shootout Monday in Greenwich Village, leaving the suspect dead and two federal marshals and a police detective wounded, authorities said. More>>

Driver plows through crowd at Comic Con Video included

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The world famous Comic Con wrapped up in San Diego on Sunday, but things turned terrifying Saturday night during an event known as the "Zombie Walk.” Police in San Diego say a 48-year old driver, who is hearing impaired, plowed through a group of participants at an intersection, hitting a 64-year-old woman, who fell under the vehicle and suffered a broken arm. More>>

It's All Over But The Arguing In Sterling/Clippers Sale Trial Video included

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Clippers owner Donald Sterling repeatedly consented to his wife selling the Clippers while facing the prospect of being stripped of the team by the NBA, then suddenly changed his mind and disregarded the terms of the family trust, Shelly Sterling's attorney told a judge today. More>>

From Anchor Tony McEwing

Legalization Of Pot Probably Only A Matter Of Time

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I’ve personally never tried pot but I have known many people over the decades who have. Even as a teenager I never quite understood why, when done in moderation by adults, it was deemed to be such a bad thing.
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Obama Prods GOP On Border Issue, Cites Progress Video included

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With one week left before Congress' August recess, President Barack Obama is prodding Republicans to help ease the influx of minors and migrant families from Central America, but with chances dimming that border legislation will reach his desk before the break, he also is focusing on other ways to stem the flow. More>>

LAX-Bound Drivers Brave Weekend 'Century Crunch' Road Closure Video included

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Anyone heading to the airport early Monday morning to catch a flight at LAX will be pleased to know the intersection at Century and Aviation Boulevards is back open. The so-called "Century Crunch" was completed 4 1/2 hours ahead of schedule. More>>

Golfers Save Dog's Life At Griffith Park Video included

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"We heard this blood curling scream' says Richard Davis, who was golfing at a Griffith park golf course. He turned to see a coyote with a small black animal in his muzzle, shaking it. "Oh my God", you can hear him saying on the phone video he started recording.
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Accident Partially Collapses Century City Parking Structure Video included

A landscaping project accident caused the partial collapse of a residential parking structure in the Century City area of Los Angeles. More>>

Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends Video included

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Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends A popular book of poems for children, Where The Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein, comes to mind as we hit the 24th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Perhaps you’re wondering what the connection might be. Okay. It’s been 24 years since the first President Bush – with much fanfare – signed the ADA. A very important part of that law requires that public infrastructure – including sidewalks – be accessible to people who rely o... More>>

Woman Shot By Homeowner In Long Beach Was Not Pregnant Video included

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Coroner says Andrea Miller, shot by homeowner in Long Beach during burglary, was NOT pregnant. More>>

LA Lakers Sets Their Sights On Byron Scott As New Head Coach Video included

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The Los Angeles Lakers appeared to be close to hiring a new head coach today, with reports the team has offered the position to Byron Scott. Scott won three titles as a Lakers player during the team's "Showtime'' era with Magic Johnson. More>>

Suspect Dead In LAPD Officer Involved Shooting Video included

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A Los Angeles police officer-involved shooting has occurred in Van Nuys, news media outlets report. One suspect was killed in the shooting and investigators from the LAPD are at the scene. More>>

US Open Of Surfing Tones Down After Last Year's Rioting Video included

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Last year it turned into a riot…but if you love surfing, head to Huntington Beach this weekend. That's where the US Open Of Surfing will be taking place this Sunday. This year’s event plans on a more toned down atmosphere. Sandra Endo took a peek. More>>

Comic-Con Returns To Invade San Diego, Fans Line Up Video included

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Comic-Con is all about bringing fans close to the artists and properties they love - after navigating crowds and waiting in line. The lineups began as soon as the San Diego Convention Center opened its doors.
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Gang Violence, Fears For Children Fuel Immigrant Rush To US Video included

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Many immigrants flooding across the southern border of the U.S. say they're fleeing violent gangs in Central America. More>>

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Medical Deception: Fake Metal Screws Video included

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A woman who underwent two back surgeries at Long Beach’s Pacific Hospital has filed a suit claiming that the metal screws used to fuse her spine were fakes made in a Temecula machine shop.
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2 Women Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter for Fatal Brawl Outside Club Video included

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Two women were convicted today of voluntary manslaughter for a brawl outside a Santa Ana nightclub that killed a 23-year-old woman waiting to get inside.
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'That's a Moray' Scuba Diver and Eel Share an Incredible Friendship

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This video documenting a professional diver's unlikely friendship with a moray eel is simply amazing, You may have to stop eating sushi made with eel.
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Burnin' Up A Heat Wave, So Find A Cooling Center!

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If you plan to be outdoors, take precautions to protect yourself from the heat. More>>

Long Beach Police Releases Identities of Suspects in Tuesday's Fatal Burglary in Bixby Knolls Video included

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Police say 26-year-old Gus Adams is charged with residential robbery and murder for the deadly burglary on Country Club Lane. Police Chief Jim McDonnell says Adams is being charged with murder, because of the felony murder rule.
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No, Obama Isn't Buying A House In California

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A White House spokesman today again shot down reports that President Barack Obama is buying a house in the Coachella Valley.
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Obama Holds Fundraiser, Surprises Diners at Canter's Before LA Speech

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 Wrapping up a 24-hour Los Angeles visit, President Barack Obama today rallied about 2,000 supporters at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, telling them jobs are being created in America and hailing efforts being made to train people to fill those positions.

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Australian Model Posts Untouched Bikini Photo

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25-year-old Robyn Lawley is embracing health and her curves. She posted this untouched and make-up free picture of herself in a bikini on Instagram. More>>

Go, Turbo, go! Tiny two-legged puppy uses cart to get around

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Turbo the tiny two-legged chihuahua is making major strides in his efforts to go mobile. More>>

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  • It's All Over But The Arguing In Sterling/Clippers Sale Trial

    It's All Over But The Arguing In Sterling/Clippers Sale Trial

    Monday, July 28 2014 3:45 PM EDT2014-07-28 19:45:36 GMT
    Clippers owner Donald Sterling repeatedly consented to his wife selling the Clippers while facing the prospect of being stripped of the team by the NBA, then suddenly changed his mind and disregarded the terms of the family trust, Shelly Sterling's attorney told a judge today.
    Clippers owner Donald Sterling repeatedly consented to his wife selling the Clippers while facing the prospect of being stripped of the team by the NBA, then suddenly changed his mind and disregarded the terms of the family trust, Shelly Sterling's attorney told a judge today.
  • Victim In Venice Beach Lightning Strike Identified

    Victim In Venice Beach Lightning Strike Identified

    Monday, July 28 2014 3:34 PM EDT2014-07-28 19:34:30 GMT
    It was a gut-wrenching scene on Venice Beach Sunday afternoon after a man in a wetsuit was pulled out of the water after the lightning strike.  A helicopter search followed a report by a witness of 20-year-old Nick Fagnano floating in the water.
    It was a gut-wrenching scene on Venice Beach Sunday afternoon after a man in a wetsuit was pulled out of the water after the lightning strike.  A helicopter search followed a report by a witness of 20-year-old Nick Fagnano floating in the water.
  • It's all over but the arguing in Sterling trial

    It's all over but the arguing in Sterling trial

    Only final arguments and a ruling remain in the trial to determine whether Donald Sterling's estranged wife can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.
    Closing arguments are underway in a trial to determine whether the estranged wife of Donald Sterling can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.
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  • Grant Bowler: I'm a Human Being, Which Is Really Fortunate

    Grant Bowler: I'm a Human Being, Which Is Really Fortunate

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:44 PM EDT2014-07-28 16:44:42 GMT

    Grant Bowler plays a lawman in "Defiance", a town where humans and intelligent extraterrestrial species coexist. Here he is trying to find one of the townsfolk who went missing.

    Grant Bowler plays a lawman in "Defiance", a town where humans and intelligent extraterrestrial species coexist. Here he is trying to find one of the townsfolk who went missing.


  • Josh Hopkins: Everybody Had An Expectation Of What James Brown Was Like

    Josh Hopkins: Everybody Had An Expectation Of What James Brown Was Like

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:31 PM EDT2014-07-28 16:31:28 GMT

    Josh Hopkins plays music producer Ralph Bass in the upcoming biopic about James Brown, called ‘Get On Up’. Bass was brown's loyal and supportive producer at federal records for years before he received an offer from another company.

    Josh Hopkins plays music producer Ralph Bass in the upcoming biopic about James Brown, called ‘Get On Up’. Bass was brown's loyal and supportive producer at federal records for years before he received an offer from another company.

  • Lotte Verbeek: Not The Average Dutch Height, Actually

    Lotte Verbeek: Not The Average Dutch Height, Actually

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:00 PM EDT2014-07-28 16:00:34 GMT

    Lotte Verbeek is starring in ‘Outlander’, a show based on the international best-selling novels. It follows a married combat nurse in 1945 who inexplicably ends up in 1743. Here's that character meeting Lotte's character.

    Lotte Verbeek is starring in ‘Outlander’, a show based on the international best-selling novels. It follows a married combat nurse in 1945 who inexplicably ends up in 1743. Here's that character meeting Lotte's character.

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  • From Anchor Tony McEwing

    Legalization Of Pot Probably Only A Matter Of Time

    Legalization Of Pot Probably Only A Matter Of Time

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:38 PM EDT2014-07-28 16:38:25 GMT
    I’ve personally never tried pot but I have known many people over the decades who have. Even as a teenager I never quite understood why, when done in moderation by adults...
    I’ve personally never tried pot but I have known many people over the decades who have. Even as a teenager I never quite understood why, when done in moderation by adults, it was deemed to be such a bad thing.
  • Putting Pomona On The (Art) Map

    Putting Pomona On The (Art) Map

    Saturday, July 26 2014 12:17 AM EDT2014-07-26 04:17:14 GMT
    Three coffee cups were the subject of a painting. Each cup revealed more and more of a logo that mattered. It's the "Don't Sleep" symbol and was a fitting tribute to the "Don't Sleep Festival" held in Pomona in June.
    Three coffee cups were the subject of a painting. Each cup revealed more and more of a logo that mattered. It's the "Don't Sleep" symbol and was a fitting tribute to the "Don't Sleep Festival" held in Pomona in June.
  • Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends

    Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends

    Friday, July 25 2014 6:54 PM EDT2014-07-25 22:54:45 GMT
    Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends A popular book of poems for children, Where The Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein, comes to mind as we hit the 24th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Perhaps you’re wondering what the connection might be. Okay. It’s been 24 years since the first President Bush – with much fanfare – signed the ADA. A very important part of that law requires that public infrastructure – including sidewalks – be accessible to people who rely o...
    Fox 11 Archives: Where (Or When) The Sidewalk Ends A popular book of poems for children, Where The Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein, comes to mind as we hit the 24th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Perhaps you’re wondering what the connection might be. Okay. It’s been 24 years since the first President Bush – with much fanfare – signed the ADA. A very important part of that law requires that public infrastructure – including sidewalks – be accessible to people who rely o...
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  • Midday Sunday With Tony Valdez

    Buddhism: Part of the American Cultural Landscape

    Buddhism: Part of the American Cultural Landscape

    Monday, July 28 2014 4:05 PM EDT2014-07-28 20:05:50 GMT
    Of all the world's religions, Buddhism is one of the most mysterious and most intriguing to many Americans. The books The Dharma Bums, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and even If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him!, are all examples of how Buddhist concepts are part of the American cultural landscape.
    Of all the world's religions, Buddhism is one of the most mysterious and most intriguing to many Americans. The books The Dharma Bums, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and even If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him!, are all examples of how Buddhist concepts are part of the American cultural landscape.
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    Chelsey, Airess & Shayna: Hopes Of Summer Fun In A Forever Home

    Chelsey, Airess & Shayna: Hopes Of Summer Fun In A Forever Home

    Thursday, July 24 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-07-24 05:00:17 GMT
    For another glance of summertime fun, peer in as we spend some time at Pelican Pier in Long Beach with three pretty little girls! As they go around on the merry-go-round, you may start to think you’re seeing double … but you’re not. Chelsey and Airess (2010) are twins and came dressed alike in pink while younger sister Shayna (2012) came dressed for comfort in baby blue.
    For another glance of summertime fun, peer in as we spend some time at Pelican Pier in Long Beach with three pretty little girls! As they go around on the merry-go-round, you may start to think you’re seeing double … but you’re not. Chelsey and Airess (2010) are twins and came dressed alike in pink while younger sister Shayna (2012) came dressed for comfort in baby blue.
  • Catching Up With LA City Attorney Mike Feuer

    Catching Up With LA City Attorney Mike Feuer

    Monday, July 21 2014 3:19 PM EDT2014-07-21 19:19:39 GMT
    Mike Feuer is the Los Angeles City Attorney. His responsibilities go far beyond prosecuting misdemeanor criminal cases.
    Mike Feuer is the Los Angeles City Attorney. His responsibilities go far beyond prosecuting misdemeanor criminal cases.
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