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Honoring Southern California's everyday heroes

Nov 18, 2017

City Department Rescues Animals From Abuse and Neglect

City Department Rescues Animals From Abuse and Neglect

The city of Fontana's Animal Services Team are this week's heroes, a city department with a heart of gold. Working under the Fontana Police Department, the seven-member task force plays a unique role in...

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Police Chase Crashes, Kills Parents and Leaves Child Injured
Police Chase Crashes, Kills Parents and Leaves Child Injured

Two adults were killed and a child injured when a carjacking suspect pursued by West Covina police crashed into their vehicle in West Covina, authorities said Sunday.

New Law Gives Child Sex Assault Victims More Time to Sue
New Law Gives Child Sex Assault Victims More Time to Sue

California is giving childhood victims of sexual abuse more time to decide whether to file lawsuits, joining several states in expanding the statute of limitations for victims over warnings from school districts...

Lucie Arnaz Gives Back to Students in Musical Theater
Lucie Arnaz Gives Back to Students in Musical Theater

50-years on TV and stage and Lucie Arnaz has never forgotten her Latin roots. Now she is giving back to students pursuing musical theater and hopes to continue inspiring them.

US Pulling Out of Northern Syria; Full Withdrawal Possible
US Pulling Out of Northern Syria; Full Withdrawal Possible

The United States appears to be heading toward a full military withdrawal from Syria amid growing chaos , cries of betrayal and signs that Turkey's invasion could fuel a broader war. Defense Secretary...

Public Health Dept. Advises Caution as Smoke Advisory Issued
Public Health Dept. Advises Caution as Smoke Advisory Issued

A smoke advisory issued as the Saddleridge Fire continues to burn through Los Angeles County will remain through Monday, according to the LA County Department of Public Health.

Veteran Park Ranger Captain Dies After Patrolling Parks Impacted by Wildfire
Veteran Park Ranger Captain Dies After Patrolling Parks Impacted by Wildfire

The nearly 8,000-acre Saddleridge Fire that has damaged or destroyed 40 buildings in the San Fernando Valley indirectly claimed another victim in veteran L.A. Park Ranger Capt.