One person is in grave condition and three others are being treated after a dangerous drug lead to a hotel evacuation in Woodland Hills.

By Kevin Tripp, KABC

Los Angeles Firefighters say a total of four people were exposed to fentanyl at an Extended Stay America Hotel on Ventura Boulevard. The hotel was evacuated shortly after they responded to the seven a.m. call. Three people were reported to be in stable condition. The hazmat team arrived and cleared the hotel. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that’s 10 times stronger than morphine and is often mixed with street drugs. It can be dangerous even if it’s just floating in the air.

Court Clears Path For Clippers Arena In Inglewood

Court Clears Path For Clippers Arena In Inglewood

It’s a busy time in Inglewood as the city develops as a hub for major sports venues. The Clippers are set to sail into a new stadium in Inglewood after a judge ruled in their favor. Inglewood Mayor James Butts told 790 KABC’s The Morning Drive the Clippers owner made it a no-brainer deal for…Continue Reading

Marianne Williamson Joins the Morning Drive [AUDIO]

Marianne Williamson Joins the Morning Drive [AUDIO]

On the Morning Drive on KABC, Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson spoke to John and Jillian about the healthcare proposal for the country she plans to reveal in detail within the next two weeks. “We need universal healthcare, so that people can live without the chronic stress – not only those who are sick and need care – but those who aren’t…Continue Reading

Was there a second shooter at Las Vegas massacre?

Was there a second shooter at Las Vegas massacre?

A witness and respected attorney says a key factor in the 2017 Las Vegas outdoor concert massacre is being overlooked.  Attorney Brian Claypool was in the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival when the shots were fired. “I personally believe there was more than one shooter.” Claypool adds, “When you’re in the middle of a shooting,…Continue Reading