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Giovanni Moujaes is an emerging platforms video producer at KTLA.

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  • KTLA 360 Video: L.A. Live Steamers Railroad Museum

    This weekend excursion has drawn SoCal families to L.A.’s Griffith Park for decades: a ride on a tiny train. The little locomotives are operated on Sundays by the nonprofit Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum, which only asks for a donation in return for a 15-minute trip on its winding, 1 1/2-mile track. Take a ride on a steam engine in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: Peninsular Pronghorns at the L.A. Zoo

    They can run up to 60 mph. And there are only about 26 of them left in the wild. Critically endangered peninsular pronghorns, native to Baja California, are in a conservation program at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, where zookeepers are working to bolster their numbers. Learn more about the pronghorns in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The Port of L.A.

    The Port of Los Angeles set a record in 2017, moving more cargo than any port in the Western Hemisphere ever has. KTLA’s 360 camera takes you on a tour through the massive complex as part of our #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: L.A. Zoo Lights 2017

  • A screenshot of the 360 video shows a float parading down Colorado Boulevard on Jan. 1, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)

    KTLA 360 Video: 129th Rose Parade

  • World’s Smallest Species of Crocodile Born at San Diego Zoo

    The San Diego Zoo welcomed eight West African dwarf crocodiles into the world Monday, marking the first such hatching of that species in the zoo’s 101-year history. The baby reptiles broke free from their eggs throughout the day at the zoo’s Reptile House. Keepers assisted at least one in the hatching process. Animal care staff originally took the eggs after they were laid in an outside exhibit and put them in an incubator at 86 degrees Fahrenheit to ensure their […]

  • Three men are shown on surveillance video in a Chino Hills burglary Oct. 30, 2017.

    3 Men Sought in Chino Hills Home Burglary Captured on Surveillance: Police

    Three men who broke into a Chino Hills home and were caught on surveillance video are being sought by detectives, authorities said Thursday. The burglary occurred in the 2100 block of San Tropez Court about 1:40 a.m. Monday, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. The burglary victim called 911 after he saw a “shadowy subject” trying to enter through the rear door, according to the release. Deputies arrived but couldn’t find the intruders. The victim […]

  • A Google Maps image shows The Strand in Manhattan Beach.

    Man Arrested After Charging at Officer With a Knife in the Sand in Manhattan Beach: Police

    A man was arrested after charging at a Manhattan Beach police officer with a knife following a chase near The Strand on Monday, police said. Officers received three calls stating an individual was annoying people in the area. The man cooperated with responding police on the first two occasions, but on a third call, he took off running toward the ocean, leading officers on a foot chase. The man armed himself a knife and charged at one of the officers, […]

  • In this file picture taken on June 16, 2014, French students work on the test of philosophy as they take the baccalaureate exam at the Fustel de Coulanges high school in Strasbourg, eastern France. (Credit: FREDERICK FLORIN/AFP/Getty Images)

    About 125 ACT Tests Lost After West L.A. Students Take College Entrance Exam

    More than 100 Los Angeles students may have to retake the ACT after a package containing their answer sheets from April went missing, a testing official said Wednesday. The package containing answer sheets for about 125 University High School students who took the test on April 8, 2017, has not yet arrived at ACT, a spokesman told KTLA in an email. “We are working with the test center supervisor and the carrier (FedEx) to attempt to locate the package,” ACT […]