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Barbara Sinatra, Widow of Frank Sinatra, Dies at 90

Barbara Sinatra, philanthropist and wife of the legendary singer Frank Sinatra, died on Tuesday at 90 years old. The center provides services for abused, neglected and at risk children. The couple were married for 22 years when the singer died of a heart attack in 1998. (Credit: DAN GROSHONG/AFP/Getty Images)
John Thoresen, director of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center, told CNN Sinatra died of natural causes. 33.739744
-116.412790 In her 2011 book, “Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank,” Sinatra wrote of first meeting her future husband when she was asked to be a doubles partner with his second wife, Ava Gardner. She also spent time at Sinatra’s Palm Springs home while she was married to his neighbor, Zeppo Marx, of the famous Marx Brothers comedy family. Barbara Sinatra in a photo with her husband Frank Sinatra after a star studded event to honor his 80th birthday at the Shrine Auditorium. “A very wise French lady once said to me: ‘You never worry about old flames. In 1986 she and her husband founded the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center, which is located on the Eisenhower Medical Center campus in Rancho Mirage, California. In March the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles partnered with the center to raise $250,000 for services for children and their families being treated at both facilities, according to KESQ. You worry about new ones,’” Sinatra said. She was surrounded by family and friends at her home in Rancho Mirage, California. Sinatra talked to the New York Times in 2011 about her superstar husband remaining on friendly terms with his ex-wives, which she said didn’t bother her. Theirs was the longest lasting of the singer’s marriages. Sinatra remained actively involved in the facility which bore her name. The former model and Las Vegas showgirl married Sinatra in 1976 and was the last of his four wives.

2-Week-Old in Critical Condition After Being Dumped in NorCal Strip Mall Parking Lot by Teen Father: Police

They later arrested him on suspicion of child endangerment, child abandonment, committing a felony while on bail and misdemeanor possession of suspected cocaine. He was taken into custody and transported to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for injuries. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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An 18-year-old man was arrested Monday after surveillance video allegedly captured him abandoning his 16-day-old boy in the parking lot of a strip mall in Suisun City, police said. He is in critical but stable condition, police said. The baby’s mother has spoken with police, and is not considered a suspect. The infant has been placed in the protective custody of Solano County Child Protective Services. Suisun City officers interviewed Mitchell at the hospital. First responded took the infant to North Bay Medical Center for observation, but he was later life flighted to another hospital after medical tests revealed a condition. Mitchell had also been arrested in late June on multiple felony changes after a burglary in Suisun City, according to police. Daniel Mitchell is seen in a booking photo released by Suisun City police. after someone called to report a baby left alone in the parking lot near a barber shop, according to a Suisun City Police Department news release. While police investigated, Mitchell was involved in a hit-and-run collision in Fairfield, according to the release. Police interviewed witnesses and retrieved surveillance video, which showed the suspect — identified as Daniel Mitchell, of Fairfield — and his car. Officers responded to the Sunset Shopping Center around 3:15 p.m. Barber shop employees told police they found the abandoned infant after observing a baby carrier in the parking lot, the release stated.

Boy, 2, Dies After Being Accidentally Struck by Family Member’s SUV in Fontana 1 Day After His Birthday

An investigator looks under an SUV that was involved in a fatal collision with a child on July 25, 2017. A nurse who lived across the street ran over and performed CPR on the little boy. He has not yet been identified, but one neighbor told KTLA the boy had just turned 2 the day before. The incident is being investigated as an accident. “This kid just had a birthday yesterday.”
Two men could be seen outside the home, sobbing and consoling one another after the boy’s deaths. I don’t know how to express myself because that’s somebody’s little kid,” Joshua Keith said. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

A 2-year-old boy has died after a family member accidentally struck the child with an SUV in Fontana Tuesday morning, one day after his birthday. “I was really just heartbroken after that. Police won’t confirm who ran over the child, but residents told KTLA it was his grandmother, who had just stopped by the home. “Seems like a family member … went to move the vehicle.  

-117.435048 There was something take place in the house this morning where the child — it appears that unfortunately he followed the family member outside and the … collision occurred,” said Fontana Officer Jay Sayegh. The boy had apparently followed a relative out of the home and was hit when the family member backed up the vehicle, a white Ford Expedition, according to police. Police investigate the death of a 1-year-old boy in Fontana on July 25, 2017. (Credit: KTLA)
Life-saving measures continued on the little boy once first responders arrived, but he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The Expedition could be seen stopped in the middle of the road. Sky5 aerial video showed the boy’s body covered by a sheet, in the middle of some sort of triangular barrier that was set up near the driveway of a home. Officers responded to a report of a crash involving a vehicle and pedestrian in the 16500 block of El Revino Drive around 10:20 a.m., according to a Fontana Police Department news release. It was unclear if they were related to the child.

Fashion Rules to Break With The Zoe Report

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The editorial director for the Zoe Report, Nicki Deam joined us live with fashion rules that we should be breaking. For more information on the Zoe Report, you can go to their website or follow them on social media. To save $20 on your first Box of Style, head to their website and enter code STYLE20 at checkout.

Gov. Brown Signs Climate Change Law to Extend California’s Unique Cap-and-Trade Program

Jerry Brown speaks to reporters during a news conference where he revealed his revised California State budget on May 11, 2017 in Sacramento. Brown Press Ofc (@GovPressOffice) July 25, 2017


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California Lawmakers Approve Cap-and-Trade Program’s 10-Year Extension
Gas Prices Could Rise in California if State’s Cap-and-Trade Program Is Extended: Legislative Analyst Jerry Brown speaks to reporters during a news conference where he revealed his revised California State budget on May 11, 2017 in Sacramento. Schwarzenegger, a Republican, joined Brown on Tuesday, providing a bipartisan display of continuity. It was the same location used by former Gov. The legislation, Assembly Bill 398, will keep cap and trade operating until 2030 rather than letting it expire in 2020. California Gov. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006 when he signed Assembly Bill 32, which provided the foundation for cap and trade. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Gov. Brown Signs Climate Change Law to Extend California’s Unique Cap-and-Trade Program

California Gov. The five-year-old program, the only one of its kind in the country, requires companies to buy permits to release greenhouse gas emissions. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Tuesday to extend California’s cap-and-trade program, solidifying the state’s battle against global warming as President Trump withdraws from the fight in Washington. “You’re here witnessing one of the key milestones in turning around this carbonized world into a decarbonized sustainable future,” Brown said. Read the full story on .@JerryBrownGov Signs Landmark Climate Bill to Extend California's #CapandTrade Program: #ActOnClimate 🌎
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18-Year-Old Florida Woman Wins $26,000 a Year for Life Off $1 Scratch-Off Ticket

The odds of her winning the top prize of this game were one-in-six million. Maybe she’ll buy some more scratch-off tickets and follow in the footsteps of Rosa Dominguez, the California teen who won the lotto twice in a week earlier this month. What will she do with all the winnings? A one dollar investment is all it took for an 18-year-old Florida woman to win a set salary for life. But this teen beat the odds and scratched her way to score the top prize. Instead of taking the lump sum, the teen chose to receive her winnings in annual payments of $26,000 for the duration of her life, the lottery said in a statement. Daniela Leon Ruz of Orlando holding a check for $500 a week for life. (Credit: Florida Lottery)
Daniela Leon Ruz of Orlando bought the new scratch-off ticket, named $500 A Week For Life, at her local grocery store, according to The Florida Lottery.

FBI, LAPD Warn About ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ Ransom Schemes

While keeping the scammer on the phone, the man was able to enlist coworkers to confirm with his wife that his daughter was safe at school. You’ll never see her again. More than 80 people, many in Southern California, have been targeted by scammers claiming to have kidnapped the victims’ loved ones in a series of crimes that authorities call “virtual kidnapping for ransom schemes.”
Los Angeles police and the FBI planned a joint afternoon news conference Tuesday to draw public attention to the crimes, urging anyone who believes they’ve been targeted to contact law enforcement. Complaints about such schemes have been made nationwide, the FBI said in an advisory. 34.051996
-118.244576 In spring, KTLA sister station KSTU in Salt Lake City spoke to a Utah father who was twice targeted by a man who claimed to have kidnapped his 13-year-old daughter. Those targeted are contacted over the phone by schemes who attempt to manipulate the victims into believing their loved ones have been kidnapped – in an attempt to quickly extort ransom payments. The scheme is “prevalent in the Southwest border region” of the U.S. You’ll be paying for a funeral.’”
Weber contacted police. “I heard a young girl crying, saying, ‘Daddy, daddy I’m scared,’ then the kid voice went away and a man came on and told me he kidnapped my daughter and if I ever wanted to see her again I would not tell anybody or hang up,” victim Jeff Weber told KSTU. Then another extortion attempt was made a few days later, in a call that Weber recorded. Authorities said they will discuss has been a “recent development” in the investigation into the schemes. The guy says, ‘You know I’ll kill her. At Tuesday’s event at Los Angeles Police Department headquarters, other victims of the schemes will be present. “It scared me to death.

San Bernardino Man Convicted of Murder Blames ‘Government Mind Control Project’

He pointed the shotgun at the store clerk and threatened him to open the register. Junior Tejeda is seen in a photo released by the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office. Junior Tejeda, 35, was found guilty Thursday of one count of murder and two counts of robbery, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office. Tejeda faces 54 years to life at his Aug. Tejeda did not take any money and ran out of the market, the release stated. Tejeda said the reason for all his crimes was a “government mind control project,” the DA’s office said. A San Bernardino man who claimed a “government mind control project” caused him to kill a liquor store clerk during a robbery was convicted of murder, officials said Tuesday. 34.108345
-117.289765 The store owner did not cooperate at first, but a second victim who came out from the back gave Tejeda money. On Nov. 11 sentencing hearing. About a year and a half later, Tejeda entered the same market and demanded money again. The victim was Amarjit Singh, 45, of San Bernardino. After the second armed robbery, investigators were able to identify Tejeda as the suspect in the fatal first robbery, according to Deputy District Attorney Cecilia Joo, who prosecuted the case. Before the clerk could respond, Tejeda shot him once in the head. They also found a gun and the money he stole dumped nearby. San Bernardino police officers later found  Tejeda hiding a few blocks away. 8, 2010, a masked Tejeda, who had just been released from prison 24 hour earlier, entered Best Market Liquor in San Bernardino with a shotgun, the DA’s office said.

LASD Investigating ‘Alarming and Disturbing’ Claims of Deputy Misconduct With Youth in Mentoring Program

The Sheriff’s Explorer program is a volunteer opportunity for about 400 people ages 14 through 20 as a way to build confidence and maturity while learning about the law enforcement profession. Read the full story on The department’s investigation follows a scandal at the Los Angeles Police Department in which an officer was charged last week with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old member of that agency’s cadet program. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating allegations of misconduct involving a deputy and a member of the agency’s youth mentoring program. The ordeal was uncovered after three cadets were caught riding in stolen police cars. The “alarming and disturbing” claims were discovered during a countywide review of the agency’s Explorer program and appear to be isolated, the department said in a statement released Tuesday.

‘Our Hearts Are Broken’: Linkin Park Releases Emotional Letter to Late Lead Singer Chester Bennington

The band talked of the support they have received from around the world in the wake of Bennington’s death. Red roses and a picture of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington were laid in front of the US embassy in central Moscow, Russia, on July 22, 2017. Bennington’s death came on the heels of the suicide of his good friend, Chris Cornell, two months ago. Thank you for that gift. County Coroner Confirms
Linkin Park Singer Chester Bennington Dies in Possible Suicide at 41: L.A. We love you, and miss you so much.”
— LINKIN PARK (@linkinpark) July 24, 2017


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Linkin Park Frontman Chester Bennington Died by Hanging, L.A. “While we don’t know what path our future may take, we know that each of our lives was made better by you. County Coroner “Our love for making and performing music is inextinguishable,” the band wrote. Linkin Park paid tribute to their late lead singer Chester Bennington on social media Monday with a touching letter penned to the late singer. (Credit:MAXIM ZMEYEV/AFP/Getty Images)
“Our hearts are broken,” the letter posted on their official Facebook page read. Bennington was 41. “The shockwaves of grief and denial are still sweeping through our family as we come to grips with what has happened.”
Authorities are treating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide after he was found dead last week in Palos Verdes Estates, California. The singer, they wrote, “touched so many lives, maybe even more than you realized.”
They added that Bennington’s family wants “the world to know that you were the best husband, son, and father; the family will never be whole without you.”
“Your absence leaves a void that can never be filled — a boisterous, funny, ambitious, creative, kind, generous voice in the room is missing,” the note read. Linkin Park was to begin a tour this week in Massachusetts, but that was canceled after Bennington’s death. The Linkin Park singer was found dead on what would have been Cornell’s birthday.

Toddler Found Wandering Alone in North Hills Area Is ID’d; Father Being Interviewed by Police: LAPD

The child was located by a truck driver around 6 a.m. Police earlier said the boy was 2 years old before updating the age once the toddler’s cousin came forward and identified him. in the area of Van Nuys Boulevard and Woodman Avenue, A Los Angeles Police Department official said at a late-morning news conference. However, the little boy somehow managed to get out of the house alone. The father apparently woke up at 6 a.m. It was there that the truck driver found the boy and notified authorities. to get the child dressed; the man’s nephew was supposed to come to the residence and take the child to a clinic, where he would receive his immunization shots for school, according to police. He took the same route he would normally take with his parents to get to a nearby supermarket, police said. After the child was identified, his father went down to the police station; He was in the process of being interviewed late in the morning, and was not immediately reunited with his son. A father is being interviewed by police after his 3-year-old son was found wandering by himself near a supermarket in the North Hills area on Monday morning, authorities said. The mother had some personal stuff going on, and is in North Carolina, another police official said at the news conference. LAPD released a photo of a toddler found wandering alone in North Hills on July 24, 2017. No additional information was immediately released.

Body Contouring 101 With Beauty Expert Stacy Cox

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Beauty Expert Stacy Cox joined us live with body contouring 101 tips. Similar to contouring your face with make-up, body contouring involves using light and dark shades to strategically shape areas of the body to look slimmer and more defined (like real-life photoshopping!). For more information on Stacy and all the products featured in the segment, you can go to her website or follow her on social media @StacyCoxBeauty

Wisconsin Company to Become 1st U.S. Company to Microchip Employees


-92.623808 1. More than 50 staff members are expected to be voluntarily chipped between the thumb and forefinger underneath the skin. company to provide employees implantable microchips. 32M, based in River Falls, about 30 miles east of Minneapolis, builds and manages break room vending machine systems that utilize kiosks and software for purchases. A Three Square Market executive said the chipping of employees at a Swedish company, BioHax International, inspired the Wisconsin business. Three Square Market, or 32M, is partnering with BioHax on the effort. “We see chip technology as the next evolution in payment systems, much like micro markets have steadily replaced vending machines. A Wisconsin company will become the first U.S. Three Square Market distributed this image of the chip technology it plans to implant in employees’ hands. According to a July 20 news release, Three Square Market will offer the technology to all employees during a “chip party” on Aug. Executives believe the chip technology will help 32M grow its business. “Employees will be implanted with a RFID chip allowing them to make purchases in their break room micro market, open doors, login to computers, use the copy machine, etc.,” the company said in the news release. The chip uses the same near-field communications chip technology used in credit cards. As a leader in micro market technology, it is important that 32M continues leading the way with advancements such as chip implants,” 32M CEO Todd Westby said. The program is optional. The company said there is no GPS tracking in the chips because the technology is similar to an office keycard.

Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested in Azusa After Standoff; 2 Children Released: Authorities

-117.907563 He was arrested, and the residence was secured. after receiving a 911 call regarding a domestic violence situation, authorities said. When officers arrived, they found an injured female at the scene. As the barricade continued, SWAT and crisis negotiation teams were brought in to assist. (Credit: KTLA)
Authorities responded to the 200 block of Ninth Street around 8:30 a.m. And as far as I know, they’re being interviewed by the detectives right now,” Bires said. Authorities transported the suspect back to the station. “They were immediately taken from the scene by our detectives, back to the Police Department. A domestic violence suspect who barricaded himself inside a residence in Azusa on Monday, initially with two children inside, was arrested after surrendering, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. A man allegedly held two children hostage during a barricade situation in Azusa on July 24, 2017. She was taken to a hospital in unknown condition, according to Azusa Police Department Officer Mike Bires. About 90 minutes later, the exited the home and “peacefully” surrendered. Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Azusa police at 626-812-3200, or leave a tip anonymously by calling “Crime Stoppers” at 800-222-8477. Then, around 11 a.m., the two children were released. Two children — a 17-month-old girl and 12-year-old boy — were also discovered to be inside the residence. Surrounding homes were also temporarily evacuated by the Azusa Police Department “for the safety of residents,” a sheriff’s news release stated. He added that he had no information on whether the man was armed during the hourslong incident. Charges would be filed once detectives completed their investigation, according to Bires. “Thankfully, due to our crisis negotiators – they were able to maintain constant communication with him throughout the morning, shortly after the incident began,” Bires said.