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3 People Ejected From SUV After Crash in Arleta Near 5 Freeway

Three people were ejected from the SUV and transported to a local trauma center in unknown condition, according to the Department. The SUV and a sedan crashed into each other and one vehicle overturned, authorities said. (Credit: MattGush/iStock)

Three people were ejected from an SUV after a two-car collision in Arleta near the 5 Freeway, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The crash occurred around 9:41 p.m. Emergency responders rush to the scene of an emergency in a file photo. near the southbound 5 Freeway on-ramp and Osborne Street. (Credit: MattGush/iStock)

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3 People Ejected From SUV After Crash in Arleta Near 5 Freeway

Emergency responders rush to the scene of an emergency in a file photo. The number of occupants in the sedan and their condition is currently unknown, the Department added. 34.250459
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LAPD Officials Investigate Shootings in Lincoln Heights, Highland Park

The incident was near the Heritage Square Gold Line Station. Saturday in the 3000 block of Pasadena Avenue in Lincoln Heights, according to LAPD. KTLA’s Sarah Fenton contributed to this story. A man described as being in his 20s was shot in the upper torso while he was on the sidewalk. officials tweeted. Metro Los Angeles officials on Twitter said shuttles were in service between the Lincoln Heights/Cypress Park station and the Southwest Museum stop. Police and fire officials respond to a fatal shooting in Lincoln Heights that occurred near a Gold Line station. It is unclear if the shootings are related and both are being investigated. No weapons were discovered at either scenes and no arrests have been made. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
Los Angeles Police Department officials are investigating the circumstances behind two shootings that occurred in Lincoln Heights and Highland Park late Saturday into Sunday morning. (Credit: LOUDLABS)
The first shooting was reported about 11:40 p.m. 34.087505
-118.213008 The Gold Line resumed normal service in the area around 6 a.m., Metro L.A. About an hour later, police responded to a shooting in the 5100 block of Baltimore Street in Highland Park, about 3 miles from the first shooting. The victim, described as a man in his 60s, was shot and declared dead at the scene.

More Than 30 Women Accuse Director James Toback of Sexual Harassment: LA Times

Intimately. I’m a movie director. James Toback attends the “The Private Life Of A Modern Woman” photocall during the 74th Venice Film Festival at Sala Casino on September 3, 2017 in Venice, Italy. He had an Oscar nomination for writing the Warren Beatty movie, “Bugsy.” He directed Robert Downey, Jr., in three movies. Have you ever seen ‘Black and White’ or ‘Two Girls and a Guy’?”
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Lupita Nyong’o Shares Weinstein Story, Hopes to End ‘Conspiracy of Silence’ It’s all part of his process. That he could make you a star. The actor, Toback claimed, was a close friend; he had “invented him.” If you didn’t believe him, he would pull out a business card or an article that had been written about him to prove he had some juice in Hollywood. But first, he’d need to get to know you. He approached them in Central Park, standing in line at a bank or drug store or at a copy center while they worked on their resumes. One went: “My name’s James Toback. So he’d start to drop names. He prowled the streets of Manhattan looking for attractive young women, usually in their early 20s, sometimes college students, on occasion a high schooler. Trust him, he’d say. (Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
His opening line had a few variations. Read the full story on LATimes.com.

McConnell Dismisses Criticism From Trump

He continued, “I refuse to get diverted off on the various comments that may be made at one time or another.”
Asked flatly if he trusted Trump, McConnell responded, “I do.”
The two appeared at a news conference at the White House on Monday in which Trump said they were “closer than ever before.”
The meeting, and the President’s conciliatory words, came after weeks of Trump leveling criticism at McConnell, who Trump has blamed for stalled health care legislation. 38.907192
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“I’m not particularly concerned about all of this,” McConnell said when asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” about Trump’s attacks. McConnell pointed to the confirmation of many of Trump’s nominees for executive and judicial positions, including Justice Neil Gorsuch, as evidence the Senate is doing its part to get things done. “They cost us five Senate seats in 2010 and 2012 by nominating people who couldn’t win in November.”
The “inter-party skirmishes” amounted to a difference among Republicans about how to win elections, he said, adding that his side had the results to show its path was more likely to achieve victory in general election races. Trump ally and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has emerged as one of McConnell’s highest-profile critics on the right, casting McConnell and his allies as roadblocks to Trump’s agenda. In the interview Sunday, McConnell knocked the movement as the latest version of self-sabotaging GOP fights. Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talk to reporters in the Rose Garden following a lunch meeting at the White House on October 16, 2017. “This element has been out there for a while,” McConnell said. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Sunday brushed off harsh criticism he has received in the past from President Donald Trump and said he trusts Trump as a negotiating partner. “I think most Republicans want to see us win elections,” McConnell said.

South L.A. Residents Frustrated by New Flight Paths at LAX

And it hasn’t made it any easier to find inner peace. Read the full story on LATimes.com. (Credit: David McNew/Getty Images)
But this year, the tranquility of its green gardens and burbling fountains has been broken by a new and unwelcome sound: the repeated drone of passing jets and airplanes, often only minutes apart. The noise has awoken and aggravated nearby residents, disrupted film shoots at the gardens and elsewhere, and spurred demands from local lawmakers for action. 33.989112
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A jet comes in for landing at Los Angeles International Airport on April 15, 2008. Thousands of people come every year to meditate and reflect at the Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens, a South L.A.

‘Very Hot’ Weather, Fire Danger Expected in Southern California

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The National Weather Service on Saturday issued a red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, from Santa Barbara to San Bernardino counties for the next three days as higher-than-normal temperatures and Santa Ana winds combine to create volatile conditions. (Credit: Frederic J.

Reopening of Schools in Hurricane-Devastated Puerto Rico Could Bring Sense of Normalcy

In addition, the education department has been consulting the teachers’ union about recovering lost classroom time as well as state education officials in the US mainland about ensuring a smooth transition for students whose families have left the island. As some public schools begin to reopen more than a month after Hurricane Maria plowed across Puerto Rico, Ezequiel Torres Rivas’ relatives continue to call a high school classroom in the town of Corazal home. “Now we don’t know when classes will start.”
Still, the possibility that the school year could be extended past June to make up for lost time did not appeal to the teenager. They sleep on cots in a brightly-painted classroom, where decorations still adorn the walls and a large plastic bucket surrounded by water jugs serve as the kitchen sink. Roughly 3 million Puerto Ricans, or more than 80% of the island’s residents, have no power. “We are starting from scratch,” she said. Margarita Cosme Fuentes, sweeps the floor of classroom serving as her temporary home in hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico in Oct. We will thank God for being alive, knowing that any storm will only serve to purify us. “If classes don’t start, we won’t have a summer,” he said. 2017. Of the more than 1,100 public schools on the island, dozens were badly damaged, hundreds are serving as community centers and more than 70 others are used to shelter families who lost their homes. “Summer is a blessing. We will receive them with enthusiasm. Classes begin Tuesday in regions on opposite ends of the island, in San Juan and Mayaguez, according to education officials. “I saw one of them and his home was destroyed. He was happy to see me, then he started to cry.”
‘Starting from scratch’
For some of the US territory’s 345,000 public school students, the resumption of classes next week — after more than a month away — could bring a small measure of normalcy. Margarita Cosme Fuentes washes dishes in the classroom serving as her temporary home in hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico in Oct. About a third of households are without reliable drinking water. “They will lift up our drama class and use the arts to heal us.”

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Military Veterans Deploy Themselves to Puerto Rico to Help With Relief Efforts. But Ezequiel, 15, has no idea when he’ll return to school. Older people pass the time on small wooden chair desks. “One day we were in a stable place, which we called our own,” she said. We go to the beaches, to the river.”
Miranda, the drama teacher, is also ready for school. It collapsed like this one. “This allows families to return to work and assures our children and members of school communities have access to a warn meal.”
She said some schools in Bayamon, in the northern coastal valley, and in the southern city of Ponce are expected to reopen on October 30. 2017. A stack of water-logged books, notebooks, plays, costumes and make-up kits were piled high in one corner. “We will receive these young people with joy. (Credit: CNN)
“Schools are open as community centers around the island,” she said in a video posted on the education department Facebook page. Ezequiel’s grandmother sweeps the floor of classroom 204 like she used to in her own living room. “When school starts, the first thing I’m going to do is hug my friends,” he said, standing outside the remains of his family’s home in Corazal. (Credit: CNN)
His grandmother, Margarita Cosme Fuentes, 52, lives in the school-turned-shelter southwest of San Juan, along with other family members and friends. ‘They will … use the arts to heal’
In Corazal, clothes hang out to dry from the side of the local high school. It’s unclear when schools in the storm-ravaged region will reopen. “I have wonderful and creative students,” she said. We are starting anew.”
Some schools to open October 30
Puerto Rico Education Secretary Julia Keleher this week said she wanted to resume classes for all as soon as possible but had to ensure the safety of students and teachers and that needed repairs were made. “Now we’re here with nothing.”
Still coping with the loss of his family’s home and most of his meager possessions, Ezequiel said he looked forward to returning to school. Hospital Ship Off Puerto Rico Sits Mostly Empty Amid Confusion Nearly 2 Weeks After Its Arrival
Puerto Rico Governor Plans to Restore 95 Percent of Power by December In Corazal, drama teacher and actress Roxanna Miranda stood outside the small schoolhouse where she has taught for 10 years. “Once we are certain that our students are safe,” she said, “we will continue to open schools.”
Keleher said the US Army Corp of Engineers has been evaluating school buildings. “That’s where I saw all my friends, where I talked to them,” he said.

Congresswoman Says Niger is ‘Trump’s Benghazi’ Following Dispute of What President Said to Fallen Soldier’s Widow

Johnson was found nearly a mile away from the central scene of the ambush in Niger, four administration officials familiar with the early assessment of what happened told CNN on Friday. Trump’s Benghazi,” Wilson said on CNN’s “New Day” on Wednesday. Soldier Killed in Niger
Timeline Reveals Actions of White House Following Deadly Niger Ambush
Trump Says Congresswoman ‘Totally Fabricated’ His Remarks to Widow of Fallen Soldier The Pentagon is still looking at the exact circumstances of how and when Johnson became separated from the 12-member team as they were ambushed by 50 ISIS fighters. — Rep Frederica Wilson (@RepWilson) October 22, 2017

Wilson and Trump have traded barbs for nearly a week on the controversy stemming from the President’s condolence call to Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sgt. Wilson, who is close to Johnson’s family and was in the car when Trump’s call came, claimed that Trump said Johnson “knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurts.” The family member who raised Johnson called Wilson’s account of the call “very accurate,” and the White House has not refuted that Trump spoke those words. It is not the first time that Wilson has evoked the 2012 attack on a US diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead. “This might wind up to be Mr. It led to years-long inquiries into the circumstances of the attack and whether the State Department, under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, bore any blame for what had occurred. The White House did not directly respond to the video that contradicts the chief of staff’s claims, and instead repeated Kelly’s criticism of Wilson as “an empty barrel.”
The White House did not immediately reply to a request for comment on Wilson’s latest tweets. La David Johnson, one of the soldiers killed in the ambush in Niger earlier this month. “He needs to investigate this very, very closely because I will be making sure that Congress does that.”
Sgt. The FBI is assisting in the investigation of the ambush. Niger is @realDonaldTrump's Benghazi. Frederica Wilson fired back on Sunday morning, saying that the ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers dead “is (Trump’s) Benghazi” and demanding an apology to “the nation” from White House chief of staff John Kelly. He needs to own it. At a White House press briefing on Thursday, Kelly claimed Wilson had boasted of securing “$20 million” in federal funding to build a new FBI field office in Miami during the dedication ceremony for the building in 2015; he called the congresswoman an “empty barrel,” saying her remarks focused more on her own actions than the heroism of the two FBI agents for whom the new building had been named. Trump said in an interview with Fox Business that he was “very surprised” to hear Wilson’s account of the call, insisting the call was “a very nice call.” He also said he mentioned Johnson’s name during the phone conversation, which Wilson said he did not appear to remember during the call. After President Donald Trump repeatedly referred to her as a “wacky Congresswoman,” Rep. He needs to own it,” the Florida Democrat tweeted. Wilson also called for an apology from Kelly, whom she says “lied to the American public” in criticizing her in remarks at the White House last week. “Niger is @realDonaldTrump’s Benghazi. The video also shows the congresswoman spending a considerable portion of her remarks praising the valor of law enforcement and retelling the story of the two slain FBI agents. “General Kelly owes the nation an apology because when he lied about me, he lied to the American public,” she tweeted Sunday. 38.907192
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Loved Ones Say Goodbye to U.S. But video of the building dedication ceremony posted Friday by the Sun Sentinel instead shows Wilson taking credit not for funding the building, but for shepherding legislation to name it.

Man Arrested After Allegedly ‘Touching Boy’ Inside Pico Rivera Park Bathroom

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KTLA’s Geoff Peters contributed to this story. There are no further details on the incident. 33.990444
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A photo from the scene showed two sheriff’s department vehicles at the park. A man was arrested after allegedly “touching” a boy inside a bathroom at a park in Pico Rivera Sunday morning, officials said. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Pico Rivera deputies responded to the scene at Smith Park, 6016 Rosemead Blvd. The suspect fought with another adult who rushed into the bathroom before several officials intervened. The man was described as being in his 30’s and will be booked for lewd and lascivious acts on a child with force, officials said.

Day Care Worker Arrested After Video Allegedly Shows Her Repeatedly Slapping Baby Girl

On Friday afternoon, no one answered the door at Jeanine Sammis’ Hewlitt, Long Island home, the TV station reported. She was released on an appearance ticket and is expected back in court Tuesday. The Nassau County District Attorney’s office said she did not yet have a lawyer. 40.789142
-73.134961 Police said the baby was not injured. KinderCare said Sammis worked for the Northern Boulevard location since August 2015. Grace Pok’s daughter attends KinderCare and she found the allegations upsetting. Sammis was charged with second-degree attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child, according to WPIX. Police said a worker at the day care recorded Sammis after witnessing the alleged abuse, according to KTLA sister station WPIX in New York. “I feel terrible for the baby’s mom.”
KinderCare issued a statement to WPIX, saying, “We take all concerns about our teachers and staff seriously and follow a very specific protocol anytime a concern is raised.”
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A day care worker was arrested Thursday for allegedly slapping a 1-year-old girl on multiple occasions in Long Island, New York. She quit last week to work somewhere else. Jeanine Sammis, 36, was caught on camera slapping a child on the back of her head on different occasions in late September, according to Nassau County police.

Appeals Court Delays Abortion for Pregnant Undocumented Teen Held in Federal Detention in Texas

Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse in Washington D.C. The ACLU, which is representing the girl, filed a lawsuit late last week against the administration. on June 28, 2014. “This administration has no shame and no regard for a woman’s health or decisions,” said Brigitte Amiri, senior staff attorney with the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project. The order also barred those officials from “interfering or obstructing” the girl’s access, from forcing her to make her decision known to anyone and from “retaliating” against her and the facility where she is in regards to her decision. (Credit: Greg Kahn/Getty Images)

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Appeals Court Delays Abortion for Pregnant Undocumented Teen Held in Federal Detention in Texas

The E. In a two-page decision, DC District Judge Tanya Chutkan ordered officials at the Department of Health and Human Services to allow the teen to be transported by a guardian or attorney “promptly and without delay” to an abortion provider to obtain state-mandated counseling and then to obtain the abortion. The ruling set a deadline of October 31 for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to get a sponsor for the girl, who is a minor. Her decision has been disregarded and she’s now been dragged into a protracted legal battle over her ability to get the care she needs.”
The HHS division that presumably would be responsible for finding a sponsor — the Administration for Children and Families — issued a statement Friday night saying, “For however much time we are given, the Office of Refugee Resettlement and HHS will protect the well-being of this minor and all children and their babies in our facilities, and we will defend human dignity for all in our care.”

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Judge Orders Trump Administration to Allow Pregnant Undocumented Teen in Immigrant Detention to Get Abortion is released from HHS custody to the sponsor, HHS agrees that J.D. The 17-year-old, identified in court documents only as “Jane Doe,” came to the United States without her parents and is staying in a shelter for unaccompanied immigrant minors run by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, according to court documents. That ruling came Friday. But the Court of Appeals issued a stay on the ruling Thursday to “give the court sufficient opportunity to consider the emergency motion” filed by the government. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a statement Friday saying he was “disappointed” with the court’s decision because it gives the federal government time to find a sponsor for the teen “so she can be taken for an abortion.”
“Unlawfully-present aliens with no substantial ties to the U.S. do not have a right to abortion on demand,” Paxton said. “Weeks ago, our client decided to end her pregnancy. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse in Washington D.C. then will be lawfully able, if she chooses, to obtain an abortion on her own pursuant to the relevant state law,” according to the order from the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. “If a sponsor is secured and J.D. (Credit: Greg Kahn/Getty Images)

A federal appeals court Friday ruled that an undocumented teenage immigrant held in detention in Texas may obtain an abortion, but it delayed the process, giving the Trump administration 11 days to find a sponsor to take custody of the girl beforehand. on June 28, 2014. The E. “Texas must not become a sanctuary state for abortions.”
Thursday, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals issued an administrative stay of a ruling that would have allowed the teenager to obtain an abortion. That ruling, from a federal judge on Wednesday, ordered the government to allow the girl to get an abortion after the Trump administration denied her access to one.

Suspect Shot, Second in Custody After Police Shooting in Santa Ana: Authorities

The second suspect fled the scene, and was apparently trying to hide from officers when he was apprehended, according to Bertagna. Police were investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one suspect hospitalized on Oct. Irvine Medical Center in Orange, he said. One of the males was hit by the gunfire and transported to U.C. 20, 2017. in the 2000 block of West 17th Street. (Credit: OC Hawk)

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Suspect Shot, Second in Custody After Police Shooting in Santa Ana: Authorities

Police were investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one suspect hospitalized on Oct. No Officers Injured. 20, 2017. No additional information was immediately released. — SantaAnaPD (@SantaAnaPD) October 21, 2017

 
 

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A person being called a suspect was injured and another individual was taken into custody after a police shooting in Santa Ana Friday night, authorities said. Anthony Bertagna. It was not immediately clear what the two males were suspected of or why they were being sought. No officers were injured in the shooting, he said. KTLA’s Nidia Becerra contributed to this story. His condition was not immediately known. (Credit: OC Hawk)
It was not immediately clear what prompted the shooting, which occurred about 7:30 p.m. The incident involved two male suspects, according to Santa Ana Police Department Cpl. One Suspect Hit, Second Suspect Fled Scene Located. Officer Involved Shooting 2000 Block West 17th Street. Police were investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one suspect hospitalized on Oct. 20, 2017.

California AG Files Lawsuit Against Curacao, Accusing Electronics Retailer of Unlawful Business Practices

Curacao, a Southern California electronics retailer that caters to Latinos, was accused of several unlawful business practices in a civil lawsuit filed by state Atty. (Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
The practices harmed consumers and in some cases resulted in shoppers paying substantially more for products and services than advertised, Becerra alleged at a news conference Friday in Los Angeles. Xavier Becerra. Gen. Calif. The 12-store Curacao chain engaged in misleading advertising and provided unwanted “add-ons” such as warranties and installation services, according to the suit filed Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Atty. Read the full story on LATimes.com. Xavier Becerra, left, speaks to Martha Wilson, a customer of electronics retailer Curacao, before a news conference Friday in Los Angeles to announce a civil suit against Curacao. “They are taking advantage of people who work very hard, who don’t have very much money and who believe that they’ll get fair treatment,” Becerra said. Gen.

Three Suspects Ordered to Stand Trial in 1993 Westlake Fire That Killed 10, Including 7 Children

Fire That Killed 10, Including 7 Children Read the full story on LATimes.com. Lopez, who was paying the notorious 18th Street Gang for the right to distribute crack cocaine in the neighborhood, enlisted the other two in a plot to set fire to the building, officials said. (Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Three people suspected of igniting one of the city’s worst apartment fires — killing 10 people, seven of them children — must stand trial. Authorities said the men were responsible for a 1993 blaze in Westlake, setting the fire as payback after a vigilant apartment manager took steps to discourage drug dealing inside the building. 34.146647
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Arrests Made in 1993 L.A. The scene of the 1993 Westlake district apartment fire that left 10 dead. A judge on Friday ordered gang members Ramiro Valerio, Joseph Monge and Johanna Lopez to go to trial, the Associated Press reported. (Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

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Three Suspects Ordered to Stand Trial in 1993 Westlake Fire That Killed 10, Including 7 Children

The scene of the 1993 Westlake district apartment fire that left 10 dead. They have pleaded not guilty to murder charges that could carry the death penalty.