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A woman has been taken into custody after a multi-county pursuit in an allegedly stolen work truck.
Carlos Herrera reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Oct. 3, 2023.
A woman has been taken into custody after a multi-county pursuit in an allegedly stolen work truck that she used to ram police officers, drive through a fence and onto the wrong side of the 91 Freeway before exiting the vehicle in lanes of traffic and holing up in a nearby Denny’s restaurant. Gil Leyvas and Omar Lewis report for KTLA 5 News at 11, Oct. 2023. Details: https://ktla.com/news/local-news/police-in-pursuit-of-driver-in-possibly-stolen-truck/
The family of a woman who was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver early Monday morning as she was walking her two dogs in North Hills are devastated. Omar Lewis reports for KTLA 5 News at 10, Oct. 2, 2023. Details: https://ktla.com/news/local-news/woman-killed-by-hit-and-run-driver-while-walking-her-dogs/
Studio City residents are concerned after a homeless person set up a makeshift dwelling on the embankment of the Los Angeles River on top of a high pressure natural gas pipeline. Chris Wolfe reports for KTLA 5 News at 10 p.m., October 2, 2023.
A family is grieving after their beloved mother, who was also a grandmother, was struck and killed early Monday morning by a hit-and-run driver as she was walking her dog in North Hills. Omar Lewis reports for KTLA 5 News at 6, Oct. 2, 2023. Details: ktla.com
A new zero-bail policy has taken effect in Los Angeles County, and now a dozen cities have taken legal action against it, arguing that it will lead to repeat offenders.
Chip Yost reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on Oct. 2, 2023.
A planned Los Angeles Metro expansion is on hold after a headstone turned up in one resident’s backyard, prompting an investigation into what else may be buried in the transit system’s right of way. Rachel Menitoff reports for KTLA 5 News at 4, Oct. 2, 2023. Details: ktla.com
Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer and Lindsey Hill, the woman who accused him of sexual assault, have settled their dueling defamation lawsuits.
“Mr. Bauer did not make – and never has made – any payments to Ms. Hill, including to resolve their litigation. With this matter now at rest, Mr. Bauer can focus completely on baseball.” Bauer’s attorneys, Shawn Holley and Jon Fetterolf, said in a statement sent to TMZ Monday.
Hill’s attorney, Bryan Freedman, told TMZ that Hill is also not paying Bauer to settle his lawsuit, but instead is receiving $300,000 from her insurance company.
Bauer, who is currently pitching for the Yokohama DeNA Baystars in Japan, posted a video on Twitter Monday in which he shared purported evidence to support his claim that Hill’s entire accusation was a set up to extract money from the former Cy Young winner. Full story: https://ktla.com/news/local-news/former-dodger-trevor-bauer-rape-accuser-settle-defamation-lawsuits/