Erin Myers
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Erin Myers is a reporter for the KTLA 5 Morning News.

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    Winter Storm to Bring Snow, Rain, Cold to Southern California This Weekend

    A winter storm moving into Southern California Saturday was expected to bring cooler weather, rain, snow and gusty winds to the area through Monday. The heaviest precipitation was forecast to hit Saturday afternoon through the following afternoon, according to the National Weather Service, noting it could bring an inch or more of rain to eastern mountains in the region. A winter storm watch was in effect for the mountains of Los Angeles and Ventura counties starting Saturday afternoon. It was […]

  • Traffic was backed up outside of Lake Arrowhead on Highway 18 on Dec. 30, 2014.  (Credit: KTLA)

    Storm Approaching SoCal Could Bring Snow Levels Down to 3,500 Feet; Travel Warnings Issued

    A storm moving down the West Coast into Southern California on Friday was expected to bring cooler temperatures, gusty winds, and rain in the valleys and snow at higher elevations, prompting authorities to warn drivers about potential hazards on mountain roadways. The heaviest precipitation was expected Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service, which said there was a slight chance of thunderstorms beginning Saturday afternoon. Snow levels could drop as low as 3,500 feet in area […]

  • Henry Michael Gevorgyan is shown in a photo released by LAPD on Feb. 26, 2015.

    Driver Being Sought in Fatal Street Racing Hit-and-Run in Chatsworth ID’d by LAPD

    Police identified a 21-year-old man as the suspected driver who lost control of a modified Ford Mustang during an illegal street race and plowed into a crowd of spectators, leaving two dead and one injured in Chatsworth early Thursday. Henry Michael Gevorgyan was being sought by Los Angeles police in connection with the crash that occurred just after 2 a.m. in the 21400 block of Plummer Street (map). Gevorgyan was allegedly racing another vehicle westbound on Plummer Street from Canoga Avnue when he […]

  • Thousands of teachers from throughout the L.A. Unified School District rally in downtown's Grand Park on Feb. 26 to press for contract demands. (Credit: Los Angeles Times)

    Teachers Union Rally in Downtown L.A. Draws Thousands in Call for Contract Demands

    The sign hanging around Luis Blazer’s neck listed the reason he was standing outside with thousands of teachers Thursday evening, calling on the country’s second-largest school district to accept the demands of United Teachers Los Angeles. Blazer has 45 students in his ninth-grade algebra class at Rancho Dominguez Preparatory School, a number he said is too high for him to effectively do his job. “Class size is the main reason I’m here,” Blazer said. “If you have 54 minutes of class time and you have […]

  • One of nearly 200 adoptable dogs that were rescued from a Lucerne Valley home is shown at a Devore shelter on Feb. 23, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

    Nearly 200 Dogs Found Abandoned in Lucerne Valley Now Up for Adoption

    After nearly 200 dogs were found abandoned at a home in Lucerne Valley, some of the animals were up for adoption at the Devore animal shelter on Monday. Erin Myers reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on Feb. 23, 2015. The San Bernardino County website has more information on the case and the adoptable dogs.

  • The 87th Academy Awards were scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

    Final Touches Made to Red Carpet Before 2015 Oscars; Street Closures in Effect

    As final touches were made to the red carpet before the stars made their debut at the 87th Academy Awards Sunday, Angelenos were warned of street closures and the possibility of rain and protests. Actor Neil Patrick Harris was lined up to host the Oscars Sunday night, and KTLA anchors Sam Rubin and Jessica Holms’ coverage of red carpet arrivals was scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. A preview show aired at 2 p.m. Nominations for best picture included “American Sniper,” […]

  • Multiple vehicles were found on fire at the Ventura County Government Center on Feb. 21, 2015. (Credit: OnScene TV)

    ‘Suspicious’ Package Found Near Burning Vehicles at Ventura Govt. Center; Bomb Squad Responds

    Arson investigators and a bomb squad responded to the Ventura County Government Center Saturday morning after a “suspicious” package was discovered near several vehicles that had been set ablaze in the parking lot, authorities said. Firefighters and police responded to the center in the 800 block in the 800 block of Victoria Avenue (map) around 4:15 and observed between two and four cars burning, according to Capt. Inglis with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. The vehicles had initially been discovered […]

  • San Bernardino police Officer Gabriel Garcia, center, is shown Feb. 20, 2015, when volunteers were helping renovate his home in Beaumont. (Credit: KTLA)

    Volunteers Help Renovate Home of San Bernardino Officer Gravely Wounded in Shooting

    Volunteers came together Friday to help renovate the home of San Bernardino Police Officer Gabriel Garcia, who continues to recover after being gravely wounded in a shooting while on duty last summer. Erin Myers reports from Beaumont for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on Feb. 20, 2015.

  • San Marino police investigate a burglary and armed robbery on Feb. 19, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

    SUV Stolen in San Marino Burglary Found Abandoned in Sherman Oaks With Motor Running

    Authorities found an abandoned SUV in Sherman Oaks several hours after the vehicle was stolen from a San Marino home where a live-in nanny was threatened by a burglar on Thursday. Police shot a dog amid the search for the young man who had held up the nanny, threatened her and ransacked the home where she lived in an affluent residential area of the San Gabriel Valley city. The incident began about 7:45 a.m., when a young man approached the woman in the garage of a home […]