California Cooking with Jessica Holmes, Episode 158.
An investigation is underway Wednesday after a Riverside County sheriff’s deputy was involved in a shooting near a gas station in Hemet Tuesday night.
Norman Lear, the writer, director and producer who revolutionized prime-time television with such topical hits as "All in the Family" and “Maude” and propelled political and social turmoil into the once-insulated world of sitcoms, has died. He was 101.
Thanks to Five Below you can currently get holiday pajamas for just $5 a piece.
Authorities are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck a pedestrian and left him to die on a street in Carson Tuesday night.
Carlos Herrera reports for the KTLA 5 News on Dec. 6, 2023.
House lawmakers are worried about a rise in antisemitism on college campuses. They are calling for an effort to combat this issue. University presidents were in the hot seat Tuesday, facing questions from lawmakers, like Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.), about how their schools respond to antisemitism on their campuses.
"How do we get into the mud and do the real work of fighting antisemitism," Bowman asked.
"The immediate action is very important and the calling out of the hateful action," University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill said. Since the October 7th attack, the anti-defamation league reports a more than 300% increase in antisemitism across the country.
An armed suspect is wanted for vandalizing approximately 30 vehicles in Koreatown. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the vandalism occurred on Monday between noon and 3 p.m. in the area of 4th Street to 7th Street and Westmoreland Boulevard to Virgil Avenue.
Witnesses say that the man was bashing in windows and denting the bodies of the vehicles with a yellow crowbar. Video submitted to KTLA by a neighbor shows the man walking around with the crowbar, smashing parked vehicles at random.
KTLA's Sandra Mitchell reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
The grief-stricken family of a 37-year-old man struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while riding his motorcycle home in South Los Angeles last month is calling for justice. Carlos Saucedo reports for KTLA 5 News at 10, Dec. 5, 2023. Details: ktla.com
For the second time in two days, a student reportedly brought a gun onto the campus of Redondo Union High School. The school went on lockdown Tuesday morning when authorities received a report of a weapon on campus sometime before 9:30 a.m., based on a message apparently sent to parents by school officials.
At about 10:45 a.m., the Redondo Beach Police Department announced on social media that a lockdown at the school had been lifted and the campus was "secured."
"A person has been detained and no other people are outstanding," police said. That person was later identified by the RBPD as a 15-year-old 10th-grader. The gun was never fired, and no injuries were reported.
KTLA's Omar Lewis reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
Gunfire erupted inside a home near the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday morning when a man shot his neighbor after that neighbor forced his way into his home and refused to leave, authorities said. Officers responded to the 2200 block of Chelan Place just before 11 a.m. on reports of an assault with a deadly weapon.
According to Los Angeles police, the neighbor was undergoing some type of mental “episode” when he first shattered the back window of a Porsche and then forced his way into his neighbor’s home. “He was asked to leave and when he refused the homeowner retrieved a firearm [and] shot the suspect,” said LAPD Officer Charles Miller.
KTLA's Chris Wolfe reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
With mortgage rates finally easing, many California cities are expected to see home sales rebound significantly next year, according to a new forecast from Realtor.com. Story: https://ktla.com/news/california/home-sales-are-expected-to-soar-next-year-in-these-california-cities/
KTLA's Mary Beth McDade reports on Dec. 5, 2023.
PlayStation users were left in the lurch this week after being notified that more than 1300 seasons of Discovery shows they purchased will be deleted at the end of the year. Shows leave streaming services all the time, but rarely do shows that users have paid for to view on demand ever just stop working. Sony says it's because of a licensing dispute between the companies. KTLA's Andy Riesmeyer reports.