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  • Consumer Confidential: Identity Theft; Doritos as a Condiment; ‘Bad to the Bone’ Lawsuit

    David Lazarus of the Los Angeles Times joins us to talk about rising identity theft, Doritos’ as the hot new condiment, and a new lawsuit George Thorogood has filed against Michaels.

  • Woman Sexually Assaulted at O.C. Shopping Mall – Sara Welch Reports

    An Orange County woman told police she was attacked inside a parking structure at a busy shopping mall. Sara Welch reports from Santa Ana for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

  • Ex-Bell Leader Robert Rizzo to Plead Guilty to Federal Tax Evasion

    Robert Rizzo, the former Bell city manager who was caught in a public corruption scheme in 2010, agreed to plead guilty to evading hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal income tax. In a plea agreement filed Thursday in U.S. District Court, Rizzo, 59, admitted guilt on two felony charges: corruption and filing a false federal tax return with the Internal Revenue Service. The agreement, which comes 10 weeks after Rizzo entered a no contest plea to 69 state criminal […]

  • Defense Begins in Kelly Thomas Case – Chip Yost Reports

    The defense for two former Fullerton police officers in the trial for the alleged beating death of Kelly Thomas has begun questioning witnesses. Chip Yost reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

  • Gang Member ‘Green Eyes’ ID’d as Suspect in Arleta Road-Rage Slaying

    Police have issued an arrest warrant for a San Fernando Valley gang member suspected of killing a young driver in a road-rage incident earlier this year. Luis Alberto Gutierrez, Jr., 24, was named as suspect in the July 13 Arleta slaying, the Los Angeles Police Department announced Thursday. He had been “on the run” since investigators began asking questions about him in early August, police said. The incident occurred at 3 p.m. on Branford Avenue when three men in a […]

  • 16 Teens Arrested in La Habra Heights Mansion Break-in – Eric Spillman Reports

    A group of teenagers were arrested following a large party thrown at a mansion, where approximately $1 million was looted from the scene. Eric Spillman reports from La Habra Heights for the KTLA Morning News on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

  • La Crescenta Residents on Edge After Mountain Lion Sighting – Lynette Romero Reports

    A mountain lion was caught on camera roaming through a man’s backyard. Lynette Romero reports from La Crescenta for the KTLA Morning News on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

  • Investigation Underway in Fatal Echo Park Apartment Fire – Chris Wolfe Reports

    Two people were killed and four injured when a late-night fire ripped through an apartment building. Chris Wolfe reports from Echo Park for the KTLA Morning News on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

  • UC Riverside Staffer Diagnosed With Meningitis

    An administrator atĀ UC Riverside has contracted bacterial meningitis, a rapidly-spreading disease that has recently cropped up at college campuses nationwide. The staffer was diagnosed and hospitalized over the weekend and will remain off campus until he or she is treated, university officials — who would not disclose the patient’s name — announced Monday. Officials said they were beginning to notify students and staff who may have been in close contact with the administrator. It was unclear which strain of meningitis […]

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