Steve Ganey is a digital news producer at KTLA. Steve previously worked with the digital team at KTLA’s sister station WDAF in Kansas City, Missouri, before moving to L.A.

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  • A slow-speed pursuit comes to an end in the Santa Clarita Valley on Feb. 21, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Suspect in Custody After Slow-Speed Pursuit in Santa Clarita Valley

    California Highway Patrol officers pursued a reportedly stolen vehicle in Bouquet Canyon, north of Santa Clarita. Early in the pursuit, the suspect vehicle was seen driving over a spike strip. The tires were heavily damaged, and the suspect maintained fairly slow speeds, at one point actually being passed by civilian traffic. At one point, a CHP officer attempted a pit maneuver, but the suspect was able to continue on. Officers later backed off the suspect vehicle, keeping a safe distance. […]

  • DEA agents raid a medical clinic in Los Angeles on Feb. 21, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    DEA Agents Raid South L.A. Medical Clinic in Fight Against Opioid Epidemic

    DEA agents raided a local clinic suspected of illegally selling pharmaceuticals and arrested dozens of people, including doctors, as part of a yearlong investigation aimed at battling the opioid epidemic. The investigation, dubbed Operation: Hypocritical Oath, led to local agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration and California Department of Justice officers raiding a medical clinic at Crenshaw Avenue and 43rd Street. Agents gathered evidence and arrested a doctor, who was one of nine practitioners charged with diverting dangerous narcotics, including […]

  • Police lights are seen in this file photo. (Credit: Getty Images)

    Hemet Police Rush Into Dangerous Crash Scene to Help Driver Suffering Medical Emergency

    Hemet police arrived at a crash scene Wednesday afternoon to find a truck crashed into a tree with tires spinning at full speed and spewing dark smoke. Officers had to break into the truck to reach the driver, who they said was in the midst of a medical emergency. The Hemet Police Department got a call of two crashes in the 2600 block of Silver Oak Way, in the Seven Hills community of Hemet around 1 p.m. Callers told police […]

  • The scene of a collision in Chatsworth on Feb. 17, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Police Still Searching for 3rd Car in Chatsworth Crash That Killed 2, Injured 9-Year-Old Girl and Man

    A 9-year-old girl is fighting for her life after surviving a crash that killed two others in Chatsworth on Sunday. Investigators are now searching for another driver who may have been involved in the crash. The crash happened when a gray Infiniti traveling southbound on De Soto collided with a white Toyota AvalonĀ about 3:33 p.m. in theĀ 9500 block of North De Soto Avenue, authorities said. The Avalon was going northbound on De Soto and was about to make a left […]

  • Drivers are seen in traffic caused by winter weather at the Grapevine on Feb. 18, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Grapevine Reopens After Winter Weather Strands Drivers

    After being shut down Sunday due to heavy snow, hail, and black ice, and multiple traffic crashes, the Grapevine reopened Monday morning. CalTrans tweeted just after 4 a.m. that southbound lanes were open with California Highway Patrol officers escorting drivers. CHP tweeted just after 11:15 a.m. that northbound lanes were reopened, but warned drivers to be cautious of icy areas. I-5 over Grapevine now open, but be cautious of the icy roads. #Grapevine #CHP #I5 #Snow — CHP Central […]

  • Lifeguard hopefuls sprint into the water at Huntington Beach lifeguard tryouts. (Credit: KTLA)

    Lifeguard Tryouts Held at Huntington Beach

    Locals plunged into the chilly waters at Huntington Beach as lifeguard tryouts were held Saturday morning. The waves were high and water temperatures were only about 55 degrees, making tough conditions for lifeguard hopefuls. Marine Safety Lt. Claude Panis said there were 57 finishers out of 71 applicants. Sunday, applicants will take the oral interviews. After that, 25 to 30 will be selected for the 9-day Lifeguard Academy training program, where they will learn first aid, rescue techniques, and policy […]

  • A screenshot captures a tweet from Peel Regional Police. (Credit: Twitter)

    Canadian Police Respond to Complaints Over Amber Alert for Girl Later Found Dead

    Police in Ontario, Canada responded to complaints they received after sending out cellphone notifications for an Amber Alert on Thursday night for an 11-year-old girl who was later found dead. Peel Regional Police sent out the alert at 11:36 p.m. Thursday, hours after launching an investigation into a possible parental abduction of 11-year-old Riya Rajkumar, Global News reported. The girl was out with her father for her birthday, but was not returned to her mother at the scheduled time. Her […]

  • A home in Lake Elsinore sits on the edge of a flood channel. (Credit: KTLA)

    Homes Near Lake Elsinore Flood Channel Face Uncertain Future After Heavy Rains

    A flood control channel in Lake Elsinore has become a major problem for homeowners living along the banks after recent heavy rainfalls caused major erosion. In the Alvarado area of Lake Elsinore, one home has already been destroyed and more are now sitting precariously close to the edge. Residents said the channel is normally dry, but Thursday morning, it was a raging river. Trees and large debris rushed by as the walls of the banks crumbled. Witnesses saw some small […]

  • Reginald Wallace is shown in a photo displayed at a Torrance police news conference on Jan. 7, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Suspect Charged in Shooting at Torrance Bowling Alley That Killed 3, Injured 4

    A suspect in a January shooting that left three people dead and four injured at a Torrance bowling alley is now facing a multiple charges, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday. Reginald Leander Wallace, 47, faces three counts of murder, four counts of attempted murder, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. Prosecutors noted the charges include special circumstance allegations of multiple murders and killing to further the activities of a criminal street […]

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