Category Archives: Top Stories

Cameras Helping Fight Wild Fires

By Jayson Campadonia, KABC Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas and Electric and Pacific Gas and Electric teamed up to place cameras around the hills and mountains of the state.  The cameras are strategically placed and help firefighters keep a close eye on what’s happening in the rough terrain.  Officials say people can check out…MORE

Body Found In Trunk In Anaheim

By Jayson Campadonia, KABC The body was found wrapped in what appears to be a blue tarp, secured with gray duct tape.  The California Highway Patrol reportedly spotted a suspicious car parked near the 91 and 241 interchange Thursday, and when cops showed up, they stumbled upon the grisly discovery in Anaheim.  Detectives and forensics…MORE

Amputee makes history at Ironman World Championships

By Derek Staahl (KGTV) —Click here for updates on this story SAN DIEGO, CA (KGTV) — A San Diego native made history at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii, becoming the first above-the-knee double amputee to finish what many consider the world’s most grueling endurance race. Roderick Sewell crossed the finish line of the 140-mile…MORE

Amazon delivery driver arrested for stealing $6,000+ worth in packages

Originally Published: 17 OCT 19 17:11 ET By Sarah Hollenbeck Click here for updates on this story ST. PETERSBURG, FL (WFTS) — We’ve heard about porch pirates stealing packages from front doors, but how about a delivery driver? St. Petersburg Police arrested and charged Dainel Enrique Garcia Zambrano, who delivers Amazon packages, on Tuesday for…MORE

First Tennessee vaping death was 26-year-old male

Originally Published: 17 OCT 19 16:50 ET By Joey Gill, Rebecca Cardenas Click here for updates on this story NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) — Metro Public Health confirms an adult male is Nashville’s first death of severe pulmonary illness associated with the use of electronic cigarettes. MPHD officials are working closely with the Tennessee Department of…MORE

Mike Bonin Walks Away From Homeless Fire

By Dean DeMilio, KABC Great Streets Centinela: Walk & Talk with Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin didn’t turn out to be the photo op the councilman was looking for on this October night. The public was invited but required a RSVP and featured a last-minute announcement of the meeting place where you can walk…MORE

There’s an effort to break up Pacific Gas and Electric after all the wildfires and blackouts blamed on the utility.

By Kevin Tripp, KABC – California Governor Gavin Newsom tells the San Francisco Chronicle Northern California would be better off if Pacific Gas and Electric were broken up into smaller utilities. Recently, he supported a failed effort to buy up PG&E’s San Francisco equipment for two-and-a-half-billion-dollars. But this marks a big departure. As mayor, Newsom…MORE

There’s a new survey about how satisfied people are living in L.A.

By Kevin Tripp, KABC Randy Newman may love LA, but not everyone agrees. A new study by USC finds residents in Los Angeles County are generally less satisfied with their lives than people across America. The survey reports that people in LA are most worried about the high cost of living. However, LA does better…MORE