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Alex Biston’s weather forecast (May 23)There is a warming trend this week. Alex Biston reports.
Crash-Lands plane upside down in the field at VenturaA small plane crashed in a field in Ventura on Saturday evening, authorities said. Amy Johnson reports.
Huntington Beach neighborhood calms down again after chaos ensues from party announced on TikTokAn area of Huntington Beach was quiet again on Sunday after a chaotic night with thousands of people appearing in the area for a party that was posted on TikTok. Reports by Joy Benedict.
Ventura plane crashA plane crashed in a field in Ventura on Saturday. Two people were on board, neither was injured.
Lakers, “Hamilton” Ticket Giveaways For VaccinationsKandiss Crone reports on the latest developments in the city’s efforts to get people vaccinated by registering people who receive their vaccines at city or county-run sites for a lottery for great giveaways.
Urban hate crime arrestLaurie Perez reports the latest arrest of a man accused of committing a hate crime in Beverly Grove.
Huntington Beach TikTok PartyRick Montanez reports from Huntington Beach where revelers have taken to the streets as police attempt to control the situation.
City To Giveaway Hamilton and Lakers first vaccine ticketsPeople who received their first COVID snapshots in the city or county this weekend will be entered into a lottery to win season tickets for the Lakers or tickets to the Broadway play in Hamilton.
Byron Allen company sues McDonald’sThe McDonald Corporation is being sued by two Los Angeles media companies owned by Byron Allen for failing to advertise in the black markets.
Jewish hate crime arrestLaurie Perez reports on the latest developments regarding the arrest of a man accused of a hate crime against another Jew.
Tik Tok Party in Huntington BeachRick Montanez reports live from Huntington Beach where thousands of people showed up to a party, an invitation that started online and went viral.
Inside SoCal Sunday morning: 5/23From grilling tips to outdoor adventures around town, here’s your guide to a great memorial weekend!
Pacoima Automotive Shop FireLAFD fought a fire at an automotive workshop in Pacoima, where the structure and several vehicles were caught in the fire.
Arrests for stolen mail and drug pipelinesArcadian law enforcement officials find stolen mail and meth pipes in a routine traffic stop.
Treasure huntParticipants follow clues that lead them to locations across town, all in the hopes of finding a gold bar worth $ 10,000.
Harvey Milk Day in Huntington BeachThe Town of Huntington Beach declared May 22 as Harvey’s Milk Day in honor of the pride.
Double homicide Diamond BarJoy Benedict reports from Diamond Bar on the latest developments in a double homicide.
Pro-Palestine rallyIn MacArthur Park, protesters supporting Palestine gathered.
Jewish hate crime arrestLaurie Perez reports the arrest of a suspect in an alleged hate crime against a Jewish man.
6-year-old gunned down and killed in road rage incidentHermela Aregawi reports from Orange on the death of a 6-year-old child in a road rage incident.
Signature hole: Rancho Del SolThe 16th hole at Rancho del Sol is one of the most difficult holes in local golf. Head Pro Cory Camilleri explains how to conquer a Par 3 that has very little room to miss
50 states of golf in 30 daysJake Adams spent April hitting a golf ball in all 50 states. Chris Hayre met the local comedian as he recounts his unique journey from coast to coast and beyond
Jose Zepeda de La Puente wins fight of the yearJose Zepeda de La Puente was the winner of one of the craziest fights in boxing history last October, trading eight knockdowns in just five rounds with Ivan Baranchyk. “Chon” tells us about this incredible fight and also about his dreams of becoming world champion.
Woman, adult son found dead in diamond bar in suspected homicideNeighbors at Diamond Bar woke up to a crime scene tape and numerous questions as rumors quickly spread that two people had been killed inside their home.