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4 to Watch: Neighbors Rescue Woman From House Fire After an Alarming Phone Call

After receiving a neighbor's call for help, the Olsons jumped into action in Camarillo

An early morning phone call roused the Olsons of Camarillo. Their neighbor's home was on fire and she needed help -- now.

It's one of the stories we're featuring today.

'My Bed's on Fire': Neighbors Rescue Woman From Burning Home

Roald Olson and his wife received the call around 1 a.m. -- a neighbor's bed was on fire. It turned out, the fire was much larger. Along with other residents, they ran to the home and pulled her to safety before firefighter-paramedics performed life-saving CPR. Click here for the full story from Olson.

A woman pulled from her burning home was hospitalized after the rescue in Camarillo. Toni Guinyard reports for Today in LA on Thursday May 2, 2019.

2 Killed in Stalled Car on 10 Freeway

The initial crash investigation indicates a pickup slammed into the stalled car, killing two people inside. We'll have updates here.


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Celebrate your beloved furry friend with an ‘ofrenda' at the LA Zoo

La Golondrina, historic Olvera Street restaurant, faces eviction

A stalled car was struck by a pickup, killing two passengers in the car. Mekahlo Medina reports for Today in LA on Thursday May 2, 2019.

Trial to Begin for Accused Serial Killer

Opening statements are scheduled to begin Thursday in the trial of an accused serial killer charged with murder in the stabbing deaths of two Southern California women, one of whom was dating actor Ashton Kutcher at the time of the attack. Here's what led to his arrest.

A man charged in the stabbing deaths of two women, one of whom dated actor Ashton Kutcher, faces trial. Annette Arreola reports for Today in LA on Thursday May 2, 2019.

Real or Counterfeit? How to Avoid Cannabis Product Imposters in LA

The LAPD says there are more than 500 illegal cannabis shops in Los Angeles, many selling dangerous products. Here are some helpful tips from the NBC4 I-Team and a map to locate properly licensed shops.

Can you tell ream from fake cannabis? The NBC4 I-Team weeds out potentially dangerous pot and which shops to avoid.
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