Hadley and Gentry Eddings made the announcement on the Prayers for the Eddings Family Facebook page, KTLA sister station WGHP in Greensboro, North Carolina reported. A Charlotte couple who lost both of their children in a crash in Pender County, North Carolina, in 2015, revealed Sunday that they are expecting twins. We are expecting twins this summer!” the post read. Matthew Deans, 28, was sentenced to 27 to 32 months in prison after the truck he was driving rear-ended Hadley’s car on Highway 17. Dobbs, 2, was killed immediately. Gentry, who is a pastor at Forest Hill Church, and his wife Hadley, who teaches 4-year-olds at the church, expressed their gratitude to the community that supported them since the Memorial Day weekend accident. “Y’all have held us up in prayer and we are so grateful! Deans pleaded guilty and apologized to the Eddings in an emotional court hearing in September 2015. Reed was delivered by emergency C-section but died at the hospital. The couple publicly announced that they forgave Deans. Now we ask you to add two more Eddings to your prayers!
-117.853112 Video from the scene showed the vehicles, a Police Department SUV and a patrol car, had crashed into each other near the 1400 block of North Batavia Street. (Credit: Southern Counties News)
The incident occurred about 12:05 a.m. No other vehicles were involved in the crash, which was under investigation, Hall said. KTLA’s Alexandria Hernandez contributed to this report. Two officers responding to a stolen vehicle call were injured early Wednesday morning when their vehicles collided in the city of Orange. Both officers were hospitalized with minor injuries and were expected to make a full recovery, Hall said. The patrol vehicle came to a rest on the sidewalk and appeared to have either struck, or came close to striking a tree. when the officers, both driving marked vehicles, responded to the call, Orange Police Department Sgt. 25, 2017. Hall said. Two Orange Police Department vehicles crashed on Jan.
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Male Sought After Armed Robbery at Domino’s Pizza in Claremont: Police
A Domino's Pizza in Claremont that was robbed on Jan. He was described by police as Hispanic, standing between 5-foot-5 and 5-foot-6 inches, with a heavy-set build, the release stated. 34.106734
-117.719376 He then entered the store through the shattered glass door, confronted an employee, brandished a revolver and demanded money, police said. Police are searching for a male who robbed a Domino’s Pizza in Claremont late Tuesday night. A Domino's Pizza in Claremont that was robbed on Jan. The individual was last seen wearing a dark blue “puffy” jacket with hood, blue pants, black boots and a dark-colored bandana over most of his face. Anyone with information about the robbery is urged to call the Claremont Police Department at 909-399-5411. when a male threw a brick into the restaurant — located at 366 West Foothill Blvd. — causing the glass door to shatter, according to a Claremont Police Department news release. His age was not known. The incident began about 11:35 p.m. After getting an undisclosed amount of cash, the male fled on foot. 24, 2017, is seen in this Google Maps street image.
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The historic milestone leaves the Dow up a stunning 1,667 points since President Donald Trump’s victory in November. Already, Trump has scrapped the TPP trade deal and plans to swiftly start renegotiating NAFTA. “We’ve scaled this peak. economy over the past eight years. “The stock market has given him this extraordinary vote of approval. The Dow made history on Wednesday by crossing over the 20,000 mark for the first time ever. JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley have soared more than 20%, while Goldman Sachs is up nearly 30%, as investors bet on higher interest rates and less regulation under Trump. The achievement is evidence of how optimistic investors have become about the prospects for the U.S. has added jobs for a record 75 straight months and the unemployment rate is sitting near a 10-year low. Quinlan agrees that trade remains a serious risk given Trump’s anti-trade rhetoric during the campaign. Bank stocks have been among the biggest winners during the post-election party on Wall Street. The Dow 20,000 milestone also shows how much has changed in the U.S. On January 6, the Dow got incredibly close, rising to 19,999.63 before backing off. But the jump in stocks is also a reflection of the solid economy Trump inherited from former President Obama. The U.S. “We need open borders, open trade and open flow of capital. Few expected the Dow to rise so much, especially after a Trump victory. The index crashed to a low of 6,440 in March 2009 as Wall Street feared a complete collapse of the American financial system. In fact, many feared a market crash if Trump upset Hillary Clinton. If that happens, without any disruptions to global trade, it could propel corporate profits, the lifeblood of stock prices. central bank’s massive stimulus program and near-0% interest rates. Happy days are here again,” said Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research. But the Trump rally cooled off in recent months and Wall Street hit a bit of a psychological roadblock leading up to the 20,000 level. Trust. Overall, it’s a healthier economy and does justify a much higher stock market than eight years ago,” said David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Funds. Traders on Wall Street had fun with it, with some creating hats that said: Dow Almost 20,000. Yardeni said the verdict is still out on whether the enthusiasm on Wall Street is overdone. Wall Street is clearly betting that Trump’s plans to slash taxes, ramp up infrastructure spending and cut regulation will make the American economy grow faster. Instead, Wall Street embarked on a very impressive post-election rally that carried the Dow above both the 19,000 and 20,000 levels. One reason for the pause: investors want more details on the timing and effectiveness of the stimulus plans rolled out by the new administration. But JPMorgan’s Kelly worries that “markets seem to be pricing in the positives, and not worrying too much about the negatives” such as a potential trade war or fiscal stimulus that overheats the economy. After weeks of close calls, the Dow made history on Wednesday by crossing over that key level for the first time ever. “The bottom line on Trump is: love him or hate him, you don’t want to bet against him.” We’re going to enjoy this view for a while and hit the pause button,” said Joe Quinlan, chief market strategist at U.S. economy. If we start going down this deglobalization road, this market is going to lose its euphoric underpins pretty quickly,” Quinlan said. The astounding 13,500-point rise since then has been fueled by a consistent, albeit imperfect, economic recovery combined with the U.S. “The economy has come a long way in eight years. While the economic rebound from the Great Recession has been slower than many hoped, the unemployment rate is now at the lowest level since 2007 and corporate profits have climbed to record highs. “Is the market irrationally exuberant or will Trump prevail in a way that’s bullish for the economy,” he said. Dow 20,000 is finally here.
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An aspiring actor from Texas killed himself Monday in North Hollywood while broadcasting on Facebook’s livestream, and authorities said the suicide occurred days after he was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault. I have begun to re-appreciate the status I am at right now! The video was later removed by Facebook, according to the company. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. Users on Facebook who viewed the video expressed shock and sadness, and some wondered if it was a hoax since Bowdy was an actor. The man, identified by the coroner’s office as Frederick Jay Bowdy, told followers watching via livestream that he was going to commit suicide, prompting an out-of-state family member to call the Los Angeles Police Department about 5:30 a.m., according to Sgt. Police tried to reach Bowdy, who was in a car near Cumpston Street and Fulcher Avenue, but he killed himself before officers made contact with him, Ljubetic said. Tiffany Ljubetic. #LeadActor #StarPower #Humbled #GivingThanks #FilmPatterson #PrepperFilm #Distribution Photo Cred: Donald Skidmore
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-118.381256 He was 33 years old. If any doubt was in my head about the crazy moves I've made…they are now completely out the window. One of the most rememberable days in my life.
Bark and Borrow is the perfect app for dog lovers who want to play with a dog or are looking to mingle with other dog owners. Download the app and create your profile to search through dogs in your area to look after or set up a play date with. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! The Bark and Borrow app is available in major cities and on iOS. Bark and Borrow is easy to use.
about a car that went over the side of Mt. Baldy Road on Jan. (Credit: OnScene.TV)
Emergency crews received a call just before 3 a.m. Crews managed to get to the crash site and pull the victim, an unidentified man, up. Baldy Road somewhere between tunnel one and tunnel two, Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervisor Michael Pittman said. 34.270083
-117.621910 25, 2017. Crews work to rescue a man who crashed over the side of a cliff on Mt. Rescuers responded and found the vehicle about 74 feet down the side of a cliff, Pittman said. A driver was rescued Tuesday morning after plummeting more than 70 feet down the side of a cliff in the Angeles National Forest. It was unclear how long the man had been down the cliff before rescuers arrived. KTLA’s Stephen Acosta contributed to this report. Temperatures in the area were in the upper 20s and low 30s overnight. He was then airlifted to a hospital in unknown condition, Pittman said.
Penelope’s mom and grandmother to the kids is played by Rita Moreno. Gloria Calderon Kellet is an executive producer of the new Netflix version of “One Day at a Time,” the Norman Lear developed sitcom that ran on network TV from 1975-1984. In this episode of Frank Buckley Interviews, you’ll learn that her personal life as a Cuban American whose parents came to the U.S. in the 1960s is very much a source of inspiration for the new version of “One Day at a Time.”
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About the Podcast: “Frank Buckley Interviews” Gloria Calderon Kellet appears alongside Frank Buckley. The new show is getting great reviews from critics like Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times who calls it “…smart, fun, bighearted and less noisy and hectoring than Lear works of old could sometimes be.” Lear is an executive producer on the new version of the show but the creators and showrunners are Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce. The new version stars Justina Machado as Cuban American Penelope Alvarez, an Afghanistan war veteran mom raising two kids on her own in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Norman Lear, Gloria Calderon Kellet, Justina Machado, and Mike Royce attend the premiere of “One Day at a Time”
Gloria is a veteran comedy writer who has worked on shows like “How I Met Your Mother,” “Rules of Engagement,” “iZombie,” and “Devious Maids.” She’s also an actress and a playwright.
The car was found in a remote area near the intersection of 97th Street E and East Avenue E in Northeast Antelope Valley. Police Investigating 34.751371
An abandoned car found in the Antelope Valley Tuesday matches the description of one belonging to a missing 28-year-old woman who disappeared from her Hollywood Hills apartment over the weekend. A car matching the description of Laura Lynne Stacy’s was found in the Antelope Valley on Jan. Laura Lynne Stacy is seen in an image provided by the Los Angeles Police Department. Investigators are working to match the vehicles VIN number to confirm it is Stacy’s vehicle, but the Colorado license plate on the back of the car (597WFD) matched that of Stacy’s car. Her family told KTLA prior to the discovery of the car that someone found Stacy’s phone at Golden Valley Park in Santa Clarita in a puddle of water. Police asked for help Tuesday in their search for Stacy, who stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. Anyone with further information was asked to call the Polie Department at 213-996-1800. Laura Lynee Stacy was last seen Sunday at her apartment building in the 3600 block of Barham Boulevard, according to a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department. Tuesday, a tow truck driver in the Antelope Valley spotted a car matching the description of Stacy’s vehicle and called police. “She’s usually in contact with someone in our family either her sister, her brother or ourselves,” said Steve Stacy. 24, 2017. (Credit: Ed Frommer)
Stacy’s parents, Steve and Marcy Stacy, arrived in Los Angeles from Denver shortly after her disappearance to help in the search for their daughter. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477).
-118.550616 “Cold weather is expected in the greater Los Angeles region tonight and into tomorrow, which could impact demand for natural gas,” the company said in a statement. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. The Aliso Canyon gas storage facility drew scrutiny when an natural gas leak forced residents in nearby Porter Ranch from their homes. “Additionally, low temperatures forecasted east of California for this week could impact the availability of natural gas supply to the Southern California region.”
But some questioned the safety of pulling gas from the storage field, the first such withdrawal since January 2016, and accused Southern California Gas of manipulating the natural gas supply to make the case for reopening the storage field ahead of hearings on the matter next week. tapped the troubled Aliso Canyon natural gas storage field Tuesday after issuing an alert about potential supply shortages because of increased consumer demand. (Credit: Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times)
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President Donald Trump looks on after signing one of five executive orders related to the oil pipeline industry in the Oval Office of the White House January 24, 2017 in Washington, DC. Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!” Trump wrote in two consecutive tweets. President Donald Trump called on Wednesday for “a major investigation” into voter fraud, following criticism his administration faced for comments the President made earlier this week alleging millions of illegal votes during the general election, without citing any evidence. Trump’s comments on voter fraud came Monday during a meeting with congressional leaders. (Credit: Shawn Thew-Pool/Getty Images)
“I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and … even, those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). 38.907192
-77.036871 On Tuesday, Trump’s press secretary vigorously defended Trump’s statement about illegal voters, though neither Trump nor his surrogates could provide evidence that any substantial illegal voting had occurred or influence the popular vote.
Los Angeles police are asking for the public’s help Tuesday following the disappearance of a 28-year-old woman. “She’s usually in contact with someone in our family either her sister, her brother or ourselves,” said Steve Stacy. “It’s been a nightmare and I just want to be woken up from a bad dream,” said Marcy Stacy. “A lot of people love her and praying for her and want her home safely.”
Stacy is described as a 5-foot 8-inch white woman with blond hair and blue eyes weighing approximately 130 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call the Los Angeles Police Department, Missing Person’s Unit at 213-996-1800. 34.052234
-118.243685 22 at her apartment in the 3600 block of Barham Boulevard in Los Angeles, authorities said. Laura Lynee Stacy was last seen Jan.
“The cord is around his neck and she’s just pulling him. “I was disgusted and I was horrified,” said Shifrah. “She ripped the blonde wig off the abuser’s hair. She told authorities the woman dragged him for at least four blocks. “I got out of my car and I ran up to her and I said ‘what’s wrong with you, leave the cat alone. I see flashes of light and she’s tasering the lady and then that’s when the fight kind of ended.”
The suspect fled the scene after the fight and Shifrah and the other witness took the cat to East Valley Animal Shelter, according to Shifrah. You know he was trying to get away from her.”
Los Angeles authorities are asking for the public’s help on Tuesday after a woman was caught on camera dragging a cat behind her. The mean lady is saying ‘give me my wig, give me my wig,’ and then she tasered the nice lady. Anyone with information is asked to call the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services at 888-452-7381. Shifrah, a witness to the incident, took photos of the woman dragging the animal Friday near Van Nuys Boulevard and Sherman in Van Nuys. Leave the cat alone.’ She looked at me, ignored me and continued walking,” said Shifrah. “Another lady got out of her car and she walked up to this woman abusing this cat on a leash and she’s telling her to leave the cat alone,” said Shifrah. The cat, a brown tabby now named Mischief, sustained injuries from the dragging and is receiving treatment at the shelter, officials said. The cat is either dropped or thrown to the ground. She then called 911 and continued to follow the woman until another witness approached and got into an altercation with the suspect.