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LA Metro hotline costing taxpayers thousands per call; whistleblower alleges cronyism

LA Metro hotline costing taxpayers thousands per call; whistleblower alleges cronyism

Allegations of cronyism at some of the highest levels of the LA County government. At the center of it a rarely used sexual harassment hotline costing taxpayers thousands of dollars per call! A months-long FOX 11 investigation has revealed that an L.A. Metro sexual harassment hotline operated by a local charity is currently costing taxpayers more than $8,000 per call after a series of no-bid contracts to operate the hotline were awarded to the best friend and campaign donor of L.A. County Supervisor & Metro board member Sheila Kuehl after her office privately pushed for Metro to hire the...

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Flags to be flown at half-staff Sept. 15 after two Navajo Nation members die at Fort Hood

Flags to be flown at half-staff Sept. 15 after two Navajo Nation members die at Fort Hood

On July 2, Army Specialist Miguel Yazzie died and his death is reportedly under investigation. On Sept. 2, Private Carlton Chee died after he collapsed during a training exercise. The President of the Navajo Nation wants answers after two Navajo soldiers died at the . They mark deaths No. 27 and No. 28 at Fort Hood so far this year. "There has been 28 soldiers who have lost their lives on the base and I'm sure the families want to know whats going on and happening on the base," said Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez on Sept. 12.On July 2, Army Specialist Miguel Yazzie died and his death...

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5 burros killed, motorist hurt after herd of donkeys wander onto 215 Freeway causing series of crashes

5 burros killed, motorist hurt after herd of donkeys wander onto 215 Freeway causing series of crashes

Five donkeys were killed and a motorist was injured when the burros wandered onto the 215 Freeway in Riverside Tuesday, causing a series of accidents. The animals were reported on the freeway about 2:20 a.m. at the Center Street exit ramp, just northeast of Riverside city limits, according to the California Highway Patrol. Officer Juan Quintero said a northbound cement truck struck two donkeys, and then motorists in two other vehicles ran into three additional burros. "When units arrived at the scene, they discovered five donkeys had sustained fatal injuries," Quintero said. "One of the...

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Exclusive: President Trump to visit California Monday

Exclusive: President Trump to visit California Monday

White House officials exclusively tell FOX 11 Los Angeles that President Trump will visit California on Monday where he will be briefed on the state's wildfires. He will join local and federal fire and emergency officials.    He's expected to visit McClellan Park in Sacramento County, a community that in recent weeks has served as a base for CALFire operations. Back on August 14, The President has approved a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for California. White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere told FOX 11: “Since mid-August, President Trump and Governor Newsom have spoken by...

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Hundreds of demonstrators join 'Rescue America' rally in Beverly Hills

Hundreds of demonstrators join 'Rescue America' rally in Beverly Hills

An estimated 400 people were in attendance for a Rescue America rally in Beverly Hills on Saturday. An estimated 400 demonstrators were in attendance for what organizers called a "Rescue America" rally in front of the iconic Beverly Hills sign on Saturday afternoon. The rally at Beverly Gardens Park occurred after the group marched from West Hollywood, beginning at the intersection of Santa Monica and San Vicente boulevards. Many were seen carrying American flags or "Trump 2020" signs, as well as wearing MAGA merchandise. The rally was put together by an organization called #WalkAway....

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Protests outside the home of deputy who shot Andres Guardado in Covina turns ugly

Protests outside the home of deputy who shot Andres Guardado in Covina turns ugly

Clashes tonight between protesters and police. The protesters converged outside a home in Covina where they think an LA County Sheriff's deputy lives. That deputy was involved in the shooting death of 18-year-old Andres Guardado in June It’s the second time in a week that protesters gathered outside the home of the LA County Sheriff Deputy who shot security guard Andres Guardado to death earlier this year. RELATED: Protesters demonstrated outside the home of Deputy Miguel Vega in Covina, demanding he face prosecution for the killing of About a hundred protesters started out pretty...

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Massive brawl breaks out at a hotel in Anaheim, up to 100 people involved

Massive brawl breaks out at a hotel in Anaheim, up to 100 people involved

A massive brawl broke out Wednesday at the Cambria Hotel & Suites in Anaheim involving as many as 100 people, police said.   Two people were arrested and two people were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Anaheim Police Sgt. Shane Carringer told City News Service. One victim is a boy and the other is a woman, he said.  Officers were sent to the hotel at 101 E. Katella Ave., a couple of blocks from Disneyland, at around 12:30 p.m. They found about 40 people fighting outside the hotel in the parking lot of the main entrance and up to 60 more fighting inside the lobby,...

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Metro deploys first zero-emission electric bus for G Line in San Fernando Valley

Metro deploys first zero-emission electric bus for G Line in San Fernando Valley

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Monday deployed the first electric bus for the G Line, with 40 zero-emission buses planned to be added to the formerly named Orange Line by the end of the year. "We're finally, after years and years and years of talking about it, we have zero-emission buses that will now be running on this line," Mayor Eric Garcetti said. "We know zero-emission vehicles are more quiet, they obviously are a lot less polluting," he said. "And as we continue to make our energy production more and more green, that means that the environmental...

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LIST: These SoCal cities are enforcing fines for not wearing a mask, here's how much it'll cost you

LIST: These SoCal cities are enforcing fines for not wearing a mask, here's how much it'll cost you

With cases of the coronavirus climbing across the U.S., many states have issued statewide mask mandates, including California. Despite the statewide order, more local governments have enacted their own mask ordinances where residents could face fines for not covering their faces in public. Get breaking news alerts in the FOX 11 News app. Download for  or . Beverly Hills In the city of , the penalty for not wearing a face covering is an administrative citation, which carries a fine of $100 for the first offense, $200 for the second offense and $500 for the third and subsequent offenses....

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Black man delivering food in Westwood harassed by white woman in viral video

Black man delivering food in Westwood harassed by white woman in viral video

A man delivering food in Westwood is speaking out after he says a woman harassed him while trying to drop off food. The entire encounter was caught on video. Another “Karen” incident has gone viral. This time it happened in Westwood where a white woman can be seen on cell phone video harassing a young Black man who was trying to make a food delivery at an apartment complex. The woman blocked the delivery and wouldn’t let the man inside the building.   She said, “We don’t want your delivery. I don’t want you here at all!"“It didn’t feel good, I couldn’t even do my job,” said 22-year-old...

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Man who allegedly ejaculated on woman at laundromat arrested for other indecent exposure on same day

Man who allegedly ejaculated on woman at laundromat arrested for other indecent exposure on same day

A 23-year-old man arrested for allegedly exposing himself and masturbating in front of a victim in Azusa is also suspected of ejaculating on a woman inside a Covina laundromat earlier the same day, police said Friday. Officers were dispatched about 3:30 p.m. Monday to the Coin Laundry at 314 N. Azusa Ave., where a 20-year-old woman alleged the man was masturbating in the laundromat and then appeared behind her and ejaculated on her leg and clothing, according to Covina police.     The suspect, Jose Luis Ibarra, was taken into custody by the Azusa Police Department later that day for a...

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Floating cinema equipped with social distancing boats coming to Los Angeles

Floating cinema equipped with social distancing boats coming to Los Angeles

Who says you can't have fun while social distancing? Floating Cinema is coming to Los Angeles and it is social distancing friendly! Grab your own boat with a few mates and enjoy a movie whilst bobbing on the water. On September 2, for one week only, will bring the unique movie experience to Los Angeles. The cinema will be made up of 12 to 24 mini boats, which hold up to eight people per boat. The deal includes free popcorn for all attendees with the option to purchase additional movie snacks and drinks prior to setting sail.Get breaking news alerts in the FOX 11 News app. Download for  or ...

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Man detained in connection with fire that ripped through historic San Gabriel Mission

Man detained in connection with fire that ripped through historic San Gabriel Mission

Authorities say a man has been detained for questioning on a fire that ripped through the historic San Gabriel Mission, officials said Wednesday. The man was also arrested on another unrelated charge.  RELATED: Police said he was arrested earlier in the week in nearby Alhambra. Authorities were expected to release additional details regarding the individual being detained sometime Wednesday evening.On the morning of July 11, a four-alarm fire at the historic San Gabriel Mission demolished the 249-year-old structure's wooden roof and much of its interior. Advertisement Archbishop José H....

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Security guard fights back, shoots alleged ATM robber in Moreno Valley, authorities say

Security guard fights back, shoots alleged ATM robber in Moreno Valley, authorities say

A security guard shot a suspect who was allegedly attempting to rob an ATM in Moreno Valley on Friday, authorities said. Riverside County deputies responded to the ATM, located near the corner of Ironwood Avenue and Heacock Street around 12:30 p.m. Friday. Authorities told FOX 11 that the suspect attempted to attack the security guard and rob the ATM, but the security guard fought back. The suspect was shot by the security guard, investigators said.The unidentified suspect was transported to a local hospital for treatment in an unknown condition. Sheriff's officials asked residents to avoid...

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Can a COVID-19 grading system help save restaurants from surges?

Can a COVID-19 grading system help save restaurants from surges?

Crustacean is a gourmet restaurant in Beverly Hills on North Bedford Drive. It opened in 1995 and is one of 6 restaurants across the state owned by the An family… better known as the House of An. All of these restaurants are having financial struggles right now because of COVID-19 restrictions. That according to its owner and CEO Elizabeth An who says there may be a way to keep restaurants open during surges while keeping customers and staff safe.  While some businesses don't play by the rules, others go above and beyond to make sure their customers remain safe. One Beverly Hills restaurant...

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Authorities seek help locating suspects in alleged attack on 80-year-old at grocery store

Authorities seek help locating suspects in alleged attack on 80-year-old at grocery store

Close the sidebarAuthorities Friday released the names of a suspect and possible accomplice in the alleged assault of an 80-year-old man in the bathroom of a Lancaster grocery store. They were seeking help from the public to find them.The pair was identified as Demaris Wade, 22, and Tamika White, 33. They were last seen in a 2007 Nissan Altima with California license plate 8CCC010.The assault occurred about 8:30 a.m. at the grocery store in the 1000 block of East Avenue J, near 10th Street, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lancaster Station.Get breaking news alerts in the FOX...

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Andres Guardado, 18, was shot in the back five times by sheriff's deputy, family autopsy finds

Andres Guardado, 18, was shot in the back five times by sheriff's deputy, family autopsy finds

Close the sidebarLoading Video…This browser does not support the Video element.An independent autopsy on Andres Guardado, who was killed last month by a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy in Gardena, found that the 18-year-old was shot five times in the back.STORY UPDATE: The autopsy also revealed that Guardado's cause of death was gunshot wounds to his trunk. He also suffered a graze abrasion to his left forearm with a forward trajectory. Preliminary forensic toxicology results showed he did not have any drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of his death.The Los Angeles County...

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Illinois museum says 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag to stay

Illinois museum says 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag to stay

A northern Illinois auto museum has no plan to stop displaying a Dodge Charger from the “Dukes of Hazzard” television show with the Confederate battle flag painted atop the vehicle. Statues of Confederate generals and soldiers are being taken down across the country, NASCAR has banned the flag from its races and the Confederate emblem is being removed from the Mississippi state flag. But the Volo Auto Museum about 50 miles northwest of Chicago says the famed “General Lee” from the first season of the TV show isn’t going anywhere, according to a weekend report in the .“We feel the car is...

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Mayor of Lancaster performs fireworks show in defiance of LA County officials

Mayor of Lancaster performs fireworks show in defiance of LA County officials

The city of Lancaster defied the fireworks ban imposed Monday by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health by holding a public fireworks show Saturday night. The mayor of Lancaster himself set off the city’s 4th of July fireworks display after the display’s operators ducked out - allegedly bowing to pressure from the state fire Marshal. As planned, the fireworks erupted from the Lancaster Soccer Field at 9 pm. Just hours before the show, the Los Angeles County Fire Marshal arrived onsite to make sure that the firework operators were aware of codes that they needed to follow.Get...

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Pasadena father, son arrested for allegedly starting garage blaze with illegal fireworks

Pasadena father, son arrested for allegedly starting garage blaze with illegal fireworks

A 45-year-old man and his 13-year-old son have been arrested and cited for allegedly igniting a garage fire at a Pasadena home early Friday morning with illegal fireworks. "The fireworks smoldered on the roof of the garage for approximately five hours before the fire started," Pasadena spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said. RELATED: •  • Firefighters dispatched at 3:29 a.m. to the 800 block of North El Molino Avenue quickly put out the blaze that caused approximately $75,000 damage, saving more than $700,000 in potential added damage to the home and adjacent vehicles, Derderian said....

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Koreatown man reinfected with COVID-19 after attending several protests

Koreatown man reinfected with COVID-19 after attending several protests

A Koreatown man tells FOX 11 he has been reinfected with COVID-19 for a second time after he attended several Black Lives Matter protests last month, and while he remembers being concerned about being in the crowds, he doesn’t know if the protests were the source of his most recent infection. Gabriel Lee works as an IT specialist at several hospitals throughout the Los Angeles area. He says he first tested positive for COVID-19 in March, before the lockdowns began.“All of a sudden I had mild headaches and then it started getting really serious, I had fevers from like 103 to 104 sometimes...

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First San Fernando Valley bridge home site opens with Alex Trebek's support

First San Fernando Valley bridge home site opens with Alex Trebek's support

The first A Bridge Home shelter in the San Fernando Valley, which opened today in North Hollywood with the support of "Jeopardy!'' host Alex Trebek, has 85 beds for homeless people to help them transition to permanent supportive housing. Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Councilman Paul Krekorian were joined by the longtime "Jeopardy!'' host, who discussed why he and his wife, Jean,decided to invest in the development of the Raymer Bridge Home site at 13160Raymer St. "We feel it is incumbent upon people like us ... to start putting back into the system to help those who are less fortunate...

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LA County gyms now require masks and gloves to be worn at all times — even while working out

LA County gyms now require masks and gloves to be worn at all times — even while working out

(Getty Images) Los Angeles County has issued new requirements for gym-goers in an attempt to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the healthcare system is not overwhelmed. The county's revised health officer order issued Wednesday requires anyone working out at a fitness facility, as well as all employees of the facility, to wear a cloth face covering and gloves at all times while inside the facility, including while working out. The previous health order did not require patrons at gyms to wear masks while exercising, although doing so was strongly encouraged.   But are masks safe to...

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