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5 Women Sue USC, Graphically Describing Interactions With ‘Sexual Predator’ Campus Gynecologist

George Tyndall forced his entire ungloved hand into her vagina during an appointment in 2003 while making “vulgar” remarks about her genitalia, according to one of two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Read the full story on Among the four plaintiffs in the first lawsuit is Viva Symanski, 30, who alleged she was abused by Tyndall in a January 2014 appointment — something she realized after reading a Times investigation that detailed that Tyndall had faced misconduct complaints for years. A third woman alleged the doctor grazed his ungloved fingers over her nude body and leered at her during a purported skin exam, the lawsuit states. Another said Tyndall groped her breasts in a 2008 visit and that later he falsely told her she “likely had AIDS,” according to the same lawsuit. “We need to make a statement here that we need to change our practices,” said Symanski. Dr. 34.022352

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USC Fires 2 Health Clinic Supervisors in Gynecologist Scandal as More Women Come Forward On the right, an undated photo shows the University of Southern California. George Tyndall is seen in an undated photo obtained from USC by the Los Angeles Times. Five women filed civil lawsuits Monday alleging that a longtime gynecologist at the University of Southern California victimized them under the pretext of medical care and that USC failed to address complaints from clinic staffers about the doctor’s behavior. (Credit: USC; Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
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Stolen Vehicle Suspect Leads Authorities on Erratic, High-Speed Pursuit Through Several SoCal Highways

— Anaheim PD (@AnaheimPD) May 21, 2018

.@AnaheimPD K9 in pursuit of a possible stolen vehicle eastbound SR91 tgrough Imperial Highway. A driver was leading CHP officers on a pursuit through San Bernardino, Orange and Riverside counties on May 21, 2018. The suspect headed west through Anaheim and reached speeds of more than 100 mph. All @AnaheimPD units have pulled out and relinquished control to @CHPHQ with @OCSD Duke 1 assisting. The driver eventually got back on the westbound 60 before quickly getting back off, aerial video showed. At one point the driver, a male, appeared to make signs at authorities and was throwing items from the car, aerial video from Sky5 showed. Passed the SR241. “He’s all over the place, he’s driving a little erratic, so it’s really dangerous for our officers out there to put down a spike strip,” CHP Officer Ramon Durant said. He eventually pulled over and parked in a residential area in Riverside, but eventually continued eluding authorities, aerial video showed. Car is a black Camry with @OCSD Duke1 overhead
— Anaheim PD (@AnaheimPD) May 21, 2018

-117.313655 The CHP took over about 12:20 p.m. “So that’s one thing we want to make sure for our officers, is that they’re safe out there as well. He continued driving on the wrong side of the road on a surface street in Mira Loma, aerial video showed. California Highway Patrol officers are pursuing an erratic driver of a stolen car along several Southern California highways Monday afternoon. the driver was in Colton and continued along the northbound 215 Freeway in San Bernardino. a CHP officer tried a PIT maneuver on the driver oncee he got off the 215 Freeway in the Riverside area, but he was able to get away, aerial video showed. We don’t know the mentality, the state of mind of this driver is right now.”
About 1:30 p.m. The driver got off the highway and back on the southbound side of the 15 Freeway and continued leading authorities on the pursuit, which at times reached high speeds. Authorities appeared to pull away from the driver on the ground, but were still following him in the air. Sorry, but I will not have any additional updates. The driver weaved in and out of traffic, aerial video showed. (Credit: KTLA)
Anaheim police said they initiated the pursuit with a black Camry about 11:55 a.m. The driver eventually transitioned onto the 15 Freeway near the Cajon Pass. By 12:45 p.m. near the 91 Freeway after the plates on a vehicle came back as stolen, officials said. He transitioned onto the eastbound 10 Freeway in Rancho Cucamonga about 1:15 p.m.

New Deadly Threat Emerges in Hawaii As Lava Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Reaches Pacific Ocean

Cmdr. And some fissures refuse to die. Getting too close to the lava can result in serious injury or death,” said Lt. “Now it is runnier, but that is allowing it to move faster.”
The volcano has caused almost two dozen fissures to crack the Earth’s surface open — purging fountains of lava and dangerous sulfur dioxide. Then it was sulfur dioxide. “It sounds like 10 or 20 jets taking off from your backyard at the same time,” Marzo told CNN affiliate Hawaii News Now. Lava picks up speed
Flaming rivers of molten rock have already destroyed at least 40 structures. “A handful of old fissures have reactivated and joined together over the past few days,” CNN’s Scott McLean reported from Pahoa. “Additional explosive events that could produce minor amounts of ashfall downwind are possible at any time.”
Since Kilauea’s massive eruption May 3, Brink said, about 2,250 earthquakes have struck on or around Hawaii’s Big Island. Lava erupts and flows from a Kilauea volcano fissure, toward the Pacific Ocean, on Hawaii’s Big Island on May 21, 2018 near Pahoa, Hawaii. And it has proven deadly in the past. John Bannon, waterways management lead for the Coast Guard’s Honolulu sector. A Coast Guard news release says the safety zone includes all waters extending about 300 meters around the entry of the lava flow. As the Earth keeps shaking, liquid fire keeps flowing. “The consistency of lava is now changing,” CNN meteorologist Allison Chinchar said. “These eruptions caused a 5.0 magnitude and a 4.9 magnitude tremor at the summit,” CNN meteorologist Haley Brink said. (Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Laze — a mashup of “lava” and “haze” — is a nasty product formed when hot lava hits the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and volcanic glass particles into the air. It shakes the whole community.”

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2 Weeks After Hawaii Volcano Eruption, Residents Say Conditions Are Getting Worse The HVO also reported sulfur dioxide emissions have tripled. “Lava is pouring out like a fountain … feeding a fast-moving lava stream that’s now reached the ocean.”
Resident Ikaika Marzo said the lava flow isn’t just treacherous. “It’s like huge grenades going off. Now Big Island residents have yet another danger to worry about. “It’s been like hell,” he said. But further inland, residents have other problems. “This hot, corrosive gas mixture caused two deaths immediately adjacent to the coastal entry point in 2000, when seawater washed across recent and active lava flows,” the HVO said. It’s like hell on Earth. Officials are warning people to stay away from areas where lava meets the ocean. Laze can cause lung, eye and skin irritation. And now it’s a real threat after lava crossed Highway 137 late Saturday night and entered the Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said. “All waterway users should be aware of the hazardous conditions associated with such an event. But newer, fresher lava shooting out from fissures spell more danger. More eruptions, more earthquakes
The Kilauea volcano erupted at least twice this weekend — at one point launching a cloud of ash up to 10,000 feet high. First it was catastrophic lava. Because of lava entering the ocean, the US Coast Guard enforced a Lava Entry Safety Zone Sunday for the navigable waters around the Kilauea Volcano.

11 People Claim Justice Dept. Is Prosecuting Them Selectively Because They’re From Central America

At issue is the claim from 11 people facing charges of illegal entry into the U.S., typically a routine misdemeanor charge, that they are being singled out for prosecution by the Justice Department because they are from Central American countries. A few hours earlier a second, smaller group of seven was arrested by another agent not too far away. 32.715738

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Trump Meets With Californians Against ‘Sanctuary’ Laws, Says Oakland’s Mayor Should Be Investigated
DHS Secretary Defends Separating Migrant Families at Border During Senate Hearing The arrests were not unusual for a Friday night at the border. But since the arrests, which came as a a caravan of Central American migrants arrived at the border in Tijuana, a legal battle over some of those who were charged with illegally entering the country has been shaping up in San Diego’s federal court. It was just after 9 p.m. on April 27 when Border Patrol Agent Jamie Renteria spotted a group of 18 people walking north from the fence that marks the international border between the U.S. Read the full story on A caravan of Central American asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border on April 29, 2018. (Credit: Alejandro Tamayo/San Diego Union-Tribune)
Within a few minutes, Renteria had arrested all of them — 13 from Honduras, one from Guatemala, one from Mexico and three from India. and Mexico in an area called Goat Canyon.

25 People Hospitalized in Brooklyn After Negative Reactions to Synthetic Marijuana

What is fake weed? Patients suffered respiratory problems and possible altered mental states, a fire department spokesman said at the time. These mind-altering chemicals are called cannabinoids, since they are similar to the chemicals found in marijuana, though they can cause serious side effects that are different from those of marijuana. The synthetic cannabinoids were found to contain rat poison and most of the hospitalizations were related to unexplained bleeding, such as coughing up blood, blood in the urine, bloody nose and bleeding gums. Twenty-five people have been hospitalized in the same area of Brooklyn after having negative reactions from what’s believed to be synthetic marijuana known as K2, according to Lt. Police are investigating drug activity in the Broadway and Melrose Street area of Brooklyn where the illnesses were centered, and attempting to locate more victims, Ng said. One study of a synthetic cannabinoid found that it was 85 times as potent as tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the mind-altering chemical in marijuana. None of those cases was fatal. Synthetic cannabinoids, or fake weed, are human-made chemicals that can be sprinkled on dried, shredded plant material and smoked, or can be consumed as vaporized liquids inhaled through an e-cigarette or other device. (Credit: KTLA)
There have been no fatalities, Ng said Saturday night. The synthetic marijuana, known as “spice” is seen in a file photo. People who smoke synthetic cannabinoids can have rapid heart rate, vomiting, agitation, confusion and hallucinations, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 40.678178
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This incident in New York comes about a month after synthetic marijuana was linked to 153 people falling ill and the deaths of four people across Chicago and areas in central Illinois. Last year, 102 people in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, overdosed on synthetic marijuana within three days. Paul Ng with the New York Police Department. According to police, the hospitalizations began Saturday evening and continued over the course of several hours. That study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2016. There was also a 2016 incident in Brooklyn where 33 people were hospitalized after overdosing on synthetic marijuana over an 11-hour period.

Small Explosion From Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Results in Ash Cloud Reaching 10,000 Feet

A few hours later, two active lava flows from fissures near Kilauea Volcano joined together into one flow near Highway 137, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense. The US Geological Survey also reported Saturday that a 5.0 magnitude earthquake occurred on Big Island on Saturday evening. US Geological Survey scientists said they expect the eruptions to continue. More cracks on the ground
Fissures, or cracks in the ground, are opening up, and a 23rd opened Saturday, the Hawaii Volcano Observatory said at a news conference. 19.896766

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Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Erupts From Summit, Launching Plume of Ash and Smoke 30,000 Feet High
Hawaii Is On Red Alert After Ash Clouds, Shooting Lava On Thursday, an eruption from the volcano’s summit shot ash and smoke 30,000 feet into the air. In Pahoa, the earth sounded like it was cracking wide open as lava spattered and exploded from fissures. It shakes the whole community.”
Volcanic gas emissions at the summit remain high and additional explosions are possible at any time, the observatory said. The USGS said the epicenter was near Kilauea. When the Kilauea volcano erupted May 3, he joined hundreds of others forced from their homes in the subdivision. The lava forced the closure of Pohoiki Road, cutting off at least 40 homes, the Hawaii County Civil Defense said. In addition, fast-moving lava crossed a road and threatened dozens of homes, prompting National Guard helicopters to airlift residents from Hawaii’s lower Puna area. It sounds like 10 or 20 jets taking off from your backyard at the same time, he told the affiliate. Lava is blurred as it erupts from a Kilauea volcano fissure on Hawaii’s Big Island on May 17, 2018. A small explosion from the Halemaumau crater in Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano at about midnight local time created an ash cloud that reached up to 10,000 feet, according to an alert from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. Authorities handed out almost 18,000 masks after Thursday’s explosive eruption from the Kilauea summit. The sulfur dioxide was thick afterward near the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, enveloping the area in a dense fog that smelled of rotten eggs. Sections of streets that disappeared under the lava two weeks ago now look like a river of black molten rock. Hawaii officials warned residents in affected areas to shelter in place Friday night and await further instructions. “With fresher, hotter magma, there’s the potential that the lava flows can move with greater ease and therefore cover more area,” US Geological Survey geologist Janet Babb told CNN affiliate Hawaii News Now. ‘It’s hard to believe’
Steve Gebbie lives in Leilani Estates, one of the hardest-hit areas. “And every day has gotten worse.”
The lush green jungle has turned into rotten, yellow vegetation. The lava flow from these fissures is very active and is advancing at rates up to 300 yards per hour, the observatory said. Saturday afternoon, the observatory said the lava could cross Highway 137 in the next four to seven hours. Resident Ikaika Marzo said the lava flow has left him and his neighbors rattled. “It’s been like hell,” he said. The 22nd fissure was reported Friday, the observatory said. The flow from fissure 18 is moving more slowly, with fissure 17 moving even slower. The agency urged residents near Highway 137 to be ready for voluntary evacuations should the threat grow. “It’s like huge grenades going off. No structures are presently threatened, but at the current rate, the lava “may cross the highway within the next five to six hours,” the agency said Saturday night. In a Saturday morning status report, the observatory said the rate of lava has increased between Friday and Saturday. (Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
More explosive events like the one on Friday could make for minor amounts of ashfall downwind at any time, and volcanic ash emissions remain high. “At any time, activity may again become more explosive, increasing the intensity of ash production and producing ballistic projectiles near the vent,” the agency said. This newest fissure near the Kilauea Volcano is in the East Rift Zone. His home is still standing, but it’s surrounded by toxic gas. “It’s hard to believe that it’s happened in our neighborhood,” said Gebbie, who’s lived in the subdivision for 12 years. Fissure 17 is fountaining, the observatory said, and fissures 16 through 20 have merged, forming “a continuous line of spatter and fountaining.” Some of the lava from fissure 20 was moving at a rate of about half a mile per hour toward the ocean Friday, observatory geologist Carolyn Parcheta said. He said watching the lava destroy homes in his subdivision has been surreal. Lava has destroyed 40 structures so far, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defense.

SoCal Family, Friends Mourn Jared Black, 17-Year-Old Victim in Texas School Shooting

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Jared Black, who was killed in a shooting rampage at a Texas high school, is being mourned in Southern California, where he has friends and family. McGinnis established a GoFundMe account on behalf of the family to help them pay for flights from their home in California for the funeral. “I can’t believe it’s hitting so close to come,” McGinnis told KTLA. It’s horrible.”
Jared spent a memorable portion of last summer with his dad, two brothers and stepmom in California, according to family friend Elizabeth Ann McGinnis, who is serving as a spokeswoman for the family. (Credit: CNN)
Jared turned 17  just three days before the shooting, and had planned to celebrate with a birthday party Saturday, according to his stepmother Damita Kilgore. Jared loved art, video games and wrestling, the family said. Jared Black is shown in an undated photo released on May 18, 2018. At least 13 others were wounded. McGinnis told CNN she was with Jared’s father when he heard about the shooting at his son’s school. His father “sat in misery for 13 hours not knowing if (Jared) was one of the victims,” McGinnis said. “Then he got the devastating news after 6 p.m.”


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Teen With California Ties, Pakistani Exchange Student, Substitute Teacher Among 10 Killed in High School Shooting in Texas “I still don’t believe it happened. He was among the 10 killed at Santa Fe High School, southeast of Houston, on Friday. “It’s hard,” said Nick Black, Jared’s brother, on Saturday in Anaheim.

Driver Sought After Bicyclist Killed in Compton Hit-and-Run Crash: Authorities

They said he and his family lived in the area, and he may have been heading to a relative’s house when he was killed. A bicycle is seen laying on the street after a deadly hit-and-run crash in Compton on May 20, 2018. (Credit: Southern Counties News)
Deputies planned to check video from nearby surveillance cameras, and they were looking to speak with residents who may have witnessed the collision. The bicyclist was struck by a vehicle about 12:05 a.m. The driver left the area, and the victim was pronounced dead at the scene, sheriff’s deputies stated. 33.895849
-118.220071 County Sheriff’s Department’s Compton station at 310-605-6500. They’re gonna miss out on very important things they can’t even share with their dad, and I just think it’s sad.”
Streets in the area were closed as investigators probed the fatal crash. Parker’s daughter-in-law, Tracy Brown, told KTLA that their family is now left to deal with the loss. Anyone with information about this case was asked to contact the L.A. “Right now it’s not even about us, the adults; it’s about the children,” she said. Family members identified the victim as 59-year-old Darnell Parker. Darnell Parker is seen in a photo provided by family members in Compton on May 20, 2018. They were later reopened. at Alondra Boulevard and Bradfield Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Compton station. KTLA’s Sarah Fenton contributed to this report. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
A search was underway for the driver who struck and killed a man riding a bicycle in Compton early Sunday morning and then fled the scene, authorities said. “He has children that are gonna need him.

Texas Governor Promises Action to Stop School Shootings After Attending Church Service

Barfield said his client is “not doing well” and is “confused.”
“I think that at this point, I think he’s in some kind of shock,” Poehl told CNN on Sunday. “She’s never going to walk through the front door again.”
Shana had turned 16 days earlier. “But we know that, beginning this next week, it’s time to go to work,” he continued. (8:30 a.m. We pray for all the kids who attend this school for the nightmare that they lived through.”
Abbott also offered plans of “swift” action for the coming days, primarily a Tuesday roundtable to discuss next steps in protecting students and schools from gun violence. Under Texas law, offenders who are under age 18 and charged with a capital offense face a maximum punishment of life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years, according to Robert Dunham of the Death Penalty Information Center. President Donald Trump addressed the school shooting, saying that mass shootings have been “going on too long.” He said federal authorities are coordinating with local officials. Graduating seniors are recognized during Sunday service at Arcadia First Baptist Church near Santa Fe High School on May 20, 2018 in Santa Fe, Texas. (Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
“We pray that God heal the hearts of the parents who have lost a child,” Abbott, speaking to reporters after the service, said. The suspect told an investigator he acted alone and spared people he liked because he wanted his story told, according to a probable cause affidavit. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry told reporters that the suspect had devices but none were functional. When her daughter first called to let her know about the shooting, she was whispering to avoid alerting the gunman. The people hospitalized included retired Houston police Officer John Barnes, who served as a resource officer at the school and confronted the gunman. The family said they are cooperating with investigators and will make no other public comments until the fact-finding stage is completed. McGinnis established a GoFundMe account on behalf of the family to help them pay for flights from their home in California for the funeral. (Credit: CNN)
Jared spent a memorable portion of last summer with his dad, two brothers and stepmom in California, according to family friend Elizabeth Ann McGinnis, who is serving as a spokeswoman for the family. Authorities later found explosive devices — including pipe bombs and pressure cookers — in and near the school, a law enforcement official said. Gunman acted alone
Gunfire started not long after classes began around 7:30 a.m. “I was frozen, standing there with no idea what to do next,” Van Ness posted. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
Texas Gov. ‘I was frozen’
Pagourtzis used a shotgun and a revolver to shoot students and teachers, killing 10 people, police said. 29.378013

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The suspect won’t face the death penalty if he is convicted. One was a pressure cooker with an alarm clock and nails, but no explosive material. Emergency crews gather in the parking lot of Santa Fe High School where 10 people were killed on May 18, 2018 in Santa Fe, Texas. He has not entered a plea. Two school resource officers were on the campus and confronted the shooter, Abbott said. Sadie Baze said her daughter, Shana Fisher, 16, was gunned down during art class at Santa Fe High School on Friday. Greg Abbott said. “We will grieve together, we will love one another, we will work together. Baze said the suspect had pestered her daughter to go out with him for months. (Credit: Daniel KramerAFP/Getty Images)
The Santa Fe school district will close its schools Monday and Tuesday, officials said — but students and staff are slowly being allowed to collect their belongings from part of the high school. KTLA’s Kareen Wynter contributed to this report. One victim’s story
One of the 10 people killed in the Texas school shooting was a girl who had rejected the suspect’s advances for months, and stood up to him a week ago in class, the victim’s mother said. Pagourtzis is being held without bail and is accused of capital murder of multiple people and aggravated assault on a public servant. “I still don’t believe it happened. Attorneys Robert Barfield and Nicholas Poehl said they had met with Pagourtzis for two, 30-minute visits. But the focus remained squarely on Friday’s mass shooting, when 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, armed with a shotgun and a .38 caliber handgun, opened fire in the school, killing eight students and two teachers. “One of the shotgun shells was for my daughter,” Baze said. Deedra Van Ness’ daughter, Isabelle Laymance, survived the shooting by hiding in a classroom closet. Investigators believe Pagourtzis acted alone, a law enforcement official told CNN on Saturday. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
“While we remain mostly in the dark about the specifics of yesterday’s tragedy, what we have learned from media reports seems incompatible with the boy we love,” they said. It’s horrible.”
Jared Black is shown in an undated photo released on May 18, 2018. Before asking Shana out, the suspect had previously dated her best friend, Baze said, adding that’s why she told her daughter to turn him down. The victims
One of the students killed was Jared Black, who turned 17 last week and was supposed to have a birthday party Saturday. A week ago, her daughter stood up in class and told Pagourtzis that she wouldn’t go out with him. Other victims included Sabika Sheikh, a Pakistani exchange student; Chris Stone, 17; Angelique Ramirez; Christian Riley Garcia; Aaron Kyle McLeod; Kimberly Vaughan; Glenda Ann Perkins and Cynthia Tisdale, who were teachers. The community of Santa Fe is in mourning, its congressman said, and residents “will pull together” like they did after Hurricane Harvey months ago. During the service, several senior Santa Fe High School students were honored for their coming graduation. An additional 13 others were injured. ET), officials said. “Go to work to make sure that this will be a catalyst to make sure this will be a pathway to reforms so that other students will not have to live through a nightmare like what these students had to go through.”
The Sunday service took place at Arcadia First Baptist Church, attended by many families with children who go to Santa Fe High School. We did it after Harvey — still doing it after Harvey,” US Rep. “It’s hard,” Jared’s brother Nick Black told KTLA on Saturday from Anaheim. Authorities also found an unlit Molotov cocktail, he said. ‘We will grieve together’
This is the 22nd US school shooting so far this year, and the third instance in eight days in which a gunman was on a school campus. Pagourtzis is a “smart, quiet, sweet boy,” they said. “I can’t believe it’s hitting so close to come,” McGinnis told KTLA. Greg Abbott attended church on Sunday to pray and mourn with the families who lost loved ones and to pledge action, just two days after a school shooting in Santa Fe claimed 10 lives. “We’ll do it after this.”
“We will get through this,” he said. In a Facebook post Saturday titled “longest day of my life,” she said her daughter told her the gunman was “yelling Woo Hoo!” as he fired in the classroom next door. Randy Weber told reporters Saturday, referring to the storm that ravaged the Houston area in August. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tweeted Friday that he had visited Barnes in the hospital, and he was “hanging in there.”
Suspect is ‘confused’
The alleged shooter used a shotgun and a .38 revolver legally owned by his father, Gov. “We pray that those who suffered these horrific injuries will meet with swift healing and repair. Candles, flowers and stuffed animals line a table during a vigil in Santa Fe, Texas for the victims of the mass shooting on May 18, 2018. The suspect’s family issued a statement Saturday, saying they are shocked and confused, and expressing condolences to the victims. The mother said she texted their friends and relatives to ask them not to call Isabelle to avoid giving away her hiding place.

Detectives Seek Missing Man Last Seen in View Park-Windsor Hills

when he left his home in the 3800 block of Floresta Way in the View Park-Windsor Hills area, according to officials. The 78-year-old suffers from early stages of dementia and embolisms, and his family is concerned for his well-being, authorities said. 7TTY765, according to the statement. (Credit: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department)
Joe Nathan Owens, 78, was last seen about 4 p.m. 33.992955
-118.349117 Los Angeles County sheriff’s detectives were asking for the public’s help in locating a man who was reported missing Saturday. Owens was described as a black man, 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 188 pounds, with short gray-and-black hair and brown eyes, a news release read. Joe Nathan Owens, 78, is seen in an undated photo. He was last seen wearing a blue sweater and gray pants. County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau, Missing Persons Unit at 323-890-5500. Anyone with information on Owens’ whereabouts was asked to contact the L.A. He is believed to be driving his black 2003 Volvo, which has four doors and California license plate No.

USC Leadership, Culture Under Scrutiny Over Scandals

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The university drew up a secret deal and Tyndall quietly left with a financial settlement. Max Nikias is seen taking part in a commencement ceremony in this undated photo. Expresses ‘Serious Concerns’ Over USC Gynecologist Accused of Misconduct Against Students
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Cougar Kills Mountain Biker, Injures Another in Washington State

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The King County Sheriff’s Office says the two mountain bikers were attacked along a trail Saturday morning in North Bend, Washington. 47.495658
-121.786777 Alan Myers of the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife told CNN affiliate KOMO that the men were riding their bikes when one of them heard “a scream from his partner and sees they’re being chased by a cougar.” Myers said the men did not provoke the attack. The animal ran away after they shot it, but they later tracked it down and killed it. Authorities investigate after a cougar killed a mountain biker and injured another in Washington state on May 19, 2018. One man was pronounced dead at the scene, and another one was taken to a nearby hospital. The suspected animal was killed. Capt. The victims have not been identified. The men fought it off once, swinging their bikes and the cougar ran back in the woods, Myers told the affiliate. The Sheriff’s Office said the survivor was able to ride two miles for reception to call 911. When Wildlife officials arrived at the scene, they found the cougar standing over the dead man’s body. “Fish and Wildlife has euthanized the cougar that is believed to be responsible for killing one man and attacking another,” the Sheriff’s Office tweeted. The survivor of a cougar attack in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle is recounting a harrowing story that left a fellow cyclist dead. The man who survived said he had his entire head in the cougar’s mouth, but his friend ran away and the animal chased him, officials told KOMO. Cougars are also known as mountain lions, pumas and panthers. Authorities said this is the second cougar attack death in Washington state in the past 100 years.

Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, May 20th, 2018

to explore some of the 14 million images of the Library Congress, the largest library in the world. 1 crop with a strawberry promenade with cooking demonstrations, more than 200 vendors, strawberry-themed contests, live entertainment and a Strawberryland for children. Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News. Here are some Sunday “Gayle on the Go! suggestions! For information about camp scholarships, check the website Don’t forget you can always post your information on the KTLA Community Calendar. The Lesbian and Gay Pride Festival and Parade is back this weekend for the 35th year. For details check the website:
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Make it a GREAT Sunday! It’s the 35th annual California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard. The LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes event is famous for its food and, this! At camp, kids learn basic care and responsibility for pets, respect for animals, and the beginnings of dog training. -0-
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35th Annual California Strawberry Festival
Strawberry Meadows of College Park
3250 South Rose Avenue
888 288 9242
This is a sign of Summer. The Elizabethan age festival is on 20-acres, filled with fun and fantastic costumed characters as well as the arts, crafts, rides, games and food of the period. In addition to extraordinary aircraft, there’s entertainment & of course, Hangar 24 Craft Beer. There are a number of road closures, so it might be a good idea to check the website for details. Not An Ostrich: And Other Images From America’s Library
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles
213 403 3000


We don’t have to travel to Washington, D.C. Nearly 500 of those images are here, on display in Century City at the Annenberg Space for Photography. Enjoy! The deadline for your information is EVERY Tuesday 5pm. Los Angeles Police Department Motorcycle Officer Booker who demonstrated his considerable Salsa skills at last year’s event. This is a week-long day camp designed for 8-17 year olds. That means we can visit Gamble House , Heritage Square, Los Angeles Police Museum, Lummis Home and Garden, Pasadena Museum of History and The Autry Southwest Museum Mt. -0-
The Original Renaissance Pleasure Fair
Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area
15501 East Arrow Highway
626 969 4750


This is the last week to have some fun at the ORIGINAL Renaissance Pleasure Faire. -0-
The Cuban Music Festival
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
Downtown Los Angeles
501 North Main Street
Los Angeles
L.A.’s ONLY Cuban festival, the Cuban American Music Festival, is happening in downtown Los Angeles. -0-0-0- Museums of the Arroyo Day
Gamble House
Heritage Square
Los Angeles Police Museum
Lummis Home and Garden
Pasadena Museum of History
The Autry Southwest Museum Mt. The exhibition, “Not An Ostrich: And Other Images From America’s Library.”
See the images, plus special photographic displays, a documentary and participate in the opportunity to tell your own story to the Library of Congress at this FREE Annenberg Space for Photography venue. The festival showcases Ventura County’s No. -0-