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- 09/21/18--22:45: _San Bernardino Coun...
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- 09/22/18--07:49: _GOP Aide on Kavanau...
- 09/22/18--08:47: _Abandoned Pug Found...
- 09/22/18--10:33: _Lakers to Host Firs...
- 09/22/18--12:00: _Trespassing Adds to...
- 09/22/18--13:22: _Deputy Injured Tryi...
- 09/22/18--14:14: _Petitioners Want Bi...
- 09/22/18--18:14: _Photos: 'Charlie Fi...
- 09/22/18--20:26: _Fla. First Responde...
- 09/23/18--06:43: _Democrats Hold the ...
- 09/23/18--07:57: _Machete Robbery Sus...
- 09/23/18--01:00: _Suspected DUI Drive...
- 09/23/18--10:24: _Garden Grove House ...
- 09/23/18--10:58: _Man Stabbed at Rive...
- 09/23/18--12:02: _Pink Taco to Give A...
- 09/23/18--12:02: _23-Year-Old Killed ...
- 09/23/18--13:57: _Utley Shares Bitter...
- 09/23/18--14:28: _Milk or Water Must ...
- 09/21/18--22:45: San Bernardino County Sheriff's Rodeo Set to Hit Devore
- 09/22/18--06:13: Macarockin: The Sweets Show Bakes in Anaheim
- 09/22/18--07:49: GOP Aide on Kavanaugh Case Resigns; Accused of Harassment
- 09/22/18--08:47: Abandoned Pug Found With Legs Severed Maintains High Spirits
- 09/22/18--10:33: Lakers to Host First-Ever Pride Night
- 09/22/18--12:00: Trespassing Adds to String of Crimes at Yasiel Puig's Home
- 09/22/18--13:22: Deputy Injured Trying to Break Up High School Fight
- 09/22/18--14:14: Petitioners Want Bill Cosby's Walk of Fame Star Removed
- 09/22/18--18:14: Photos: 'Charlie Fire' in Castaic Visible Across SoCal
- 09/23/18--06:43: Democrats Hold the Advantage in November's Elections: Poll
- 09/23/18--07:57: Machete Robbery Suspect Arrested
- 09/23/18--01:00: Suspected DUI Driver Crashes into, Kills Horse at Birthday Party
- 09/23/18--10:24: Garden Grove House Fire Leaves 2 Dead
- 09/23/18--10:58: Man Stabbed at Riverside Metrolink Station
- 09/23/18--12:02: Pink Taco to Give Away Free Tacos for National Taco Day
- 09/23/18--12:02: 23-Year-Old Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Oxnard
- 09/23/18--13:57: Utley Shares Bittersweet Moment With Fans
- 09/23/18--14:28: Milk or Water Must Be Default Kids’ Meal Drink Under New Law
The 19th Annual Sheriff’s PRCA Rodeo is happening Sept. 28 through 30 at the Glen Helen Park in Devore.
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When people say "macaroon," do you say "macarockin'"?
When friends say "frosting," do you ask "where's my spoon"?
And if think that dollops of dulce-delicious desserts are never enough, and you long for bowls with dozens of drizzly dollops of sugary goodness, should you get to the Anaheim Convention Center on Saturday, Sept. 22 and Sunday, Sept. 23?
You probably should, if the pudding course, or the chocolate-y snack, or the munchable goodie, are all among your favorite things to eat.
For The Sweets Show is setting up pretty shop at the spot, for two days of appearances by celebrity sweet-making pros, such as Adriano Zumbo of Zumbo Patisserie, as well as a host of other icing-slathered, crumb-topped to-dos.
Also on the dessert-packed docket?
Think demos, so you can take tips home, as well as classes, which will also be filled with frosting-flavored learning. (Okay, the learning actually doesn't taste like frosting, but perhaps that's an invention some expert will look into immediately).
"The BIGGEST Baking and Pastry Convention on the West Coast" will also include vendors aplenty, should you want to purchase a bag or two or five of new-to-you treats.
Ticket details? A one-day entry is $25, plus a fee. Find all of your frosting-licious needs, or at least as many as you can fit into a cookie jar, at The Sweets Show site now.
Photo Credit: Adrian Zumbo
Adriano Zumbo will appear at the mega macaroons-and-more happening, which flours, er, flowers at the Anaheim Convention Center on Sept. 22 and 23, 2018.
Two brothers, one an NYPD cop and the other an FDNY EMT, responded to the same call for a woman in labor in Times Square and together helped deliver her baby.
NYPD officer Yan Poon was among the first cops responding to the 911 call from a hotel on West 43rd Street just after 12:30 p.m., according to police. In the room, he and officers Zhan Ren and Nicole Davis found Kristen Smith and her 35-year-old wife, Heather Smith, who was in active labor.
"When we got to the scene, it was a little chaotic, and I knew I needed to be the one to keep everyone calm," Poon said in a statement. "I instructed her to breathe and push."
By the time EMS arrived, Heather Smith had given birth.
"We arrived on scene, and I saw my brother in the hotel room with the patient," said EMT Yan Hao Poon. "The baby was already out, so my brother and I went to work assessing both patients, keeping the baby warm and providing oxygen."
The brothers both work out of the Times Square area, and they happened to be working the same shift Friday: "We end up on the same call at least once a week," said officer Poon.
Officer Poon went in the ambulance with the Smiths and their new baby, and all three are doing well at the hospital, according to the FDNY.
"The FDNY would like to congratulate Heather and Kristen Smith on the birth of their baby, Jackson," they said.
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NYPD Officer Yan Kit Poon and FDNY EMT Yan Hao Poon helped deliver baby boy Jackson, son of Heather and Kristen Smith.
A press adviser helping lead the Senate Judiciary Committee’s response to a sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has stepped down amid evidence he was fired from a previous political job in part because of a sexual harassment allegation against him.
Garrett Ventry, 29, who served as a communications aide to the committee chaired by Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, had been helping coordinate the majority party's messaging in the wake of Christine Blasey Ford’s claim that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her 36 years ago at a high school party. In a response to NBC News, Ventry denied any past "allegations of misconduct."
After NBC News raised questions about Ventry's employment history and the sexual assault allegation against him, Judiciary Committee Spokesman Taylor Foy replied in a statement: "While (Ventry) strongly denies allegations of wrongdoing, he decided to resign to avoid causing any distraction from the work of the committee."
Republicans familiar with the situation had been concerned that Ventry, because of his history, could not lead an effective communications response.
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Animal control officers are investigating what may be a terrible case of animal cruelty. Inside an abandoned cardboard box in Fullerton, they discover an 18-month-old pug. Her hind legs appeared to have been deliberately severed.
The pug, named Mila, is on the mend. She has even figured out how to walk without her hind legs. Mila has a long road to recovery and investigators have a challenging task in finding out who did this to her.
After Mila was found, veterinarians rushed her into the first of many difficult surgeries. Her back legs are heavily bandaged as doctors determine the next steps in her treatment. If Mila is in any pain, she doesn't show it.
"I think it's really rallied all of us to see how resilient she is - and that's why we really want to provide her with the best life that we can," said Mike Kaviani the director of OC Animal Care. "To have experienced what she experienced and still not be holding it against humans - right? She still loves every human she's ever met - and that's a miracle."
So far it does not appear there is any surveillance video that may have captured who dropped her off or did this to her.
Mila won't be up for adoption anytime soon, but if you'd like to help her recovery you can donate to OC Animal Care by visiting this link.
Photo Credit: OC Animal Care
The Los Angeles Lakers will host their first ever Pride night to celebrate the team's supporters in the LGBTQ community as part of their preseason matchup against the Sacramento Kings on Oct. 4.
As part of the event, the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles will perform the National Anthem. A basketball game featuring players from the Los Angeles Gay Basketball League will be held before matchup between the Lakers and Kings.
Jason Collins, who became the NBA's first openly gay active player in 2013, will be presented with an award for his work "promoting acceptance and inclusion" during the game.
All fans in attendance will receive a free Pride Night shirt.
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The Los Angeles Lakers will host their first Pride Night on Oct. 4, 2018.
A male suspect was spotted climbing the fence of an Encino home owned by Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig just two days after it was burglarized.
Surveillance footage shows the man scaling the fence and making his way onto the property before leaving without entering the house itself.
Two days earlier, a pair of suspects "ransacked" Puig's home, causing as much as $10,000 in property damage after dragging a safe from the second floor down the stairs, according to the LAPD. It is unclear whether Thursday's trespassing may be related the Tuesday's burglary, though police believe the burglary suspects may have been involved in yet another attempt to rob the house that occurred in August.
When asked about the incidents, Puig said he's not allowing them to distract from his goals for the Dodgers' season.
"There's nothing I can do right now," he said. "I keep going to practice and doing my best for my team to make the playoffs and make the World Series. That's my focus right now and I'm not worried about these problems happening at my house."
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Yasiel Puig #66 of the Los Angeles Dodgers waits in the hole during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals in the eighth inning at Busch Stadium on September 14, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
A sheriff's deputy suffered minor injuries while trying to break up a melee that erupted outside of San Jacinto High School and his alleged attacker was arrested, sheriff's officials said.
The fight broke out at about 1:30 p.m. Friday on Tiger Lane between North Ramona Boulevard and Santa Rosa Street, just outside of San Jacinto High School, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department reported.
The fight originally involved two female students, according a statement from the San Jacinto Unified School District.
When he came upon the altercation, the deputy - a school resource officer - ordered a group of students who had gathered to disperse but they did not comply, sheriff's officials said.
A short video showing a portion of the incident was posted on social media and shows a male student tackling the deputy to the ground while he is trying to break up the fight.
The video then shows a man shoving the male teen off the deputy, who gets to his feet and chases the teen into traffic on Tiger Lane, where another struggle ensues before the video ends.
Sheriff's officials said the teen was eventually arrested and the deputy was treated at the scene for minor injuries, though it was not clear if he was hospitalized.
"SJHS ... will be reviewing all video and dealing appropriately with anyone involved in creating an unsafe environment for students and staff,'' district officials said.
Photo Credit: Nina Rodriguez
A Riverside County Sheriff's deputy chases an underage suspect after an altercation outside San Jacinto High School on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018.
A local activist said today that hundreds of signatures have been collected on a petition to remove comedian Bill Cosby's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson said the signatures will be presented to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on Monday, when Cosby is due to be sentenced in a Pennsylvania courtroom for his felony conviction on sexual abuse charges.
"The campaign to have Cosby's star removed from Hollywood Blvd has garnered thousands of signatures in the past three years and hundreds more have signed after his conviction,'' Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson said. "By keeping the Cosby star and ignoring the demand of thousands for removal the Chamber violates its own rules that an honoree must make worthy contributions to the community. Cosby's horrendous documented sexual abuses hardly qualify as worthy contributions to the community.''
The 81-year-old comedian was found guilty at an April retrial of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University staffer Andrea Constand in his Pennsylvania home in 2004. He's been accused by dozens of women of committing similar crimes, but has maintained his innocence.
The chamber has never removed a marker from the Walk of Fame and turned down a 2015 request to remove Cosby's star.
Hutchison added that the campaign will continue to gather signatures.
Photo Credit: Matt Slocum/AP, File
In this April 26, 2018, file photo, Bill Cosby, center, leaves the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa. A representative from the Sexual Offenders Assessment Board has issued an assessment recommending that Bill Cosby be classified as a sexually violent predator. Cosby, 81, was convicted April 26 on sexual assault charges related to accusations he had drugged and assaulted Andrea Constand in his home in 2004. He is scheduled for sentencing on Sept. 24.
A brush fire in Castaic grew from a few acres to over 3,000 acres in a short period of time on Saturday afternoon. The "Charlie Fire" could be seen from as far away as the San Fernando Valley. Here are a selection of images provided by NBC viewers across Southern California.
A brush fire in Castaic quickly grew to over 1,000 acres on Saturday afternoon, with NBC viewers sending in photos from across Southern California.
Some South Florida heroes reunited with their families Saturday after helping the victims of Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas.
There were signs, balloons and yelling as the lights and sirens pulled up to the Miami Fire Rescue building. Then came the emotional embraces. The families were reunited after almost two weeks apart.
“I’m going to eat some food with my girls. I left them right before we had to go to dinner like two weeks ago and I still owe them dinner,” said Capt. Miguel Ferrer, a first responder.
Ronnie Lindsay hugged his son a little bit harder after rescuing am other whose baby died while they tried to escape the rising flood waters.
“She lost her son in the current,” said Lindsay. “It was a very emotional moment for the entire team.”
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez was there to welcome the team back home.
“To me, they are heroes,” said Suarez.
For many, he said this was not their first disaster. Some of them were in Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria around the same time last year.
“They put their life on the line, they have specialized skills, they help save lives,” said Suarez.
Six weeks before the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats hold a 12-point lead in congressional preference among registered voters, with nearly six-in-ten saying they’d like to see significant change in the direction President Donald Trump has been leading the country, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
The results suggest a political environment where Democrats have the clear advantage in their pursuit to win back control of Congress in November.
One pollster said that Americans are "trying to send the signal that they’re not satisfied." Another said they are trying to show "they want to shake up the status quo."
Still, the same poll shows that Republican enthusiasm about the upcoming election has increased, drawing nearly even with Democrats; that GOP attacks on immigration and Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi are potent in individual races; and that nearly 70 percent of voters are satisfied with the economy.
Photo Credit: AP Photo/Steve Karnowski
A "Vote Here" sign marks the entrance on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, to an early voting station in downtown Minneapolis for Friday's opening of early voting in Minnesota.
Surveillance video from a robbery at a Victorville Food4Less store was the break police needed to catch a man they say attacked a security guard with a machete in March.
Police arrested Kenneth Bryant, a 23-year-old Victorville resident who is seen in the footage walking out of the store with stolen food. As he headed toward the exit, a security guard approached him. Bryant then appears to pull a machete from his pants and slash the security guard on the hand, police said.
Two people who were with Bryant at the time of the alleged crime have not been identified.
A birthday celebration where a girl was riding a horse turned into a horror show when a suspected DUI driver crashed into and killed the animal on Saturday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The incident occured in Mead Valley in the Inland Empire on the 21000 block of Markham Street and was reported at 8:16 p.m.
CHP Sgt. Erick Helvie said that the vehicle was traveling at 80 mph, which was well over the posted speed limit. In addition, the horse was believed to be female, and witnesses said the mare was pregnant.
The girl riding the horse was taken to a local hospital with what Helvie described as "major" injuries, while the driver of the vehicle was also taken to a local hospital for major injuries.
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A suspected DUI driver crashes into and kills a horse in the Inland Empire.
Two people were killed in a house fire in Garden Grove on Saturday night, authorities said.
It took as many as 30 firefighters nearly a full hour to contain the fire enough to begin searching the home for residents. The search turned up two bodies – one male, one female - inside the home, according to the Garden Grove Fire Department.
The fire caused an estimated $400,000 of damage, authorities said. The cause is unknown.
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Garden Grove Firefighters prepare to attack a house fire that left two people dead on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018.
A man was stabbed in the neck at the Riverside-Downtown Metrolink Station on Sunday morning, according to Riverside Police. The victim, who is described as being in his late 60s or early 70s, was in critical condition at a local hospital, police said.
Police responded to a report of an assault at 8:15 a.m. Sunday and found the man in the parking lot with stab wounds. The suspect has not been found.
The investigation caused significant delay to trains travelling through the Riverside-Downtown station.
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Riverside Police investigate the scene of a stabbing that took place on the Riverside-Downtown Metrolink station on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
National Taco Day is almost here. And what’s better than National Taco Day you may ask, well what about free tacos?
Pink Taco is giving away a free taco to the first 1,000 guests on Oct. 4 to mark the occasion.
They're also offering the chance for a tipsy-itsy taco day, Pink Taco will also be offering $8 Patron pineapple margaritas all day long.
Pink Taco is located on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood.
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The victim of a hit-and-run crash that took place in the early morning hours on Sunday has died, according to Oxnard Police.
Police discovered the man in the intersection at Fifth Street and Meta Street at around 2:30 a.m. after reports he was struck by an older model white SUV. He was taken Ventura County Medical Center for emergency surgery and later died from his injuries.
Investigators are looking into reports that immediately after the victim was involved in a “possible altercation” and whether crash may related.
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Oxnard Police investigate the scene of a fatal hit-and-run crash on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
The end is near.
For months now we've known that 2018 would mark the final season for Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley.
The 16-year veteran announced his retirement back in July, and after press conferences and farewell stops in both Los Angeles and Philadelphia, the season slowly slugged along, and Utley continued to appear in games with the occasional pinch-hit appearance or spot start.
As of Sunday, there's seven games left in the regular season, but the remaining six games are all on the road. With a deep roster of position players, even if the Dodgers hold on to win their sixth consecutive NL West crown and make the playoffs, it's likely that Chase Utley won't be on the postseason roster. That means that Sunday's game could be the last appearance for Utley at Dodger Stadium in his career.
Sure, there's a chance Utley could make the postseason roster as a pinch-hitter or injuries could force the front office's hand between now and October, but more than likely, Sunday marks the fans final opportunity to see the six-year All-Star and World Series Champion on the field.
The moment was not lost on Utley though. The soon-to-be 40-year-old posted a picture of an empty Dodger Stadium from behind home plate before the game, with a heartfelt caption.
"I watched my first Major League game at this stadium 32 years ago. Today will be the last time I get to play here during the regular season. #bittersweet #dodgers"
The post received a reply from super-utility player and "adopted son" of Utley, Kiké Hernandez who simply put a crying emoji.
The future Hall-of-Famer hit .276 with 259 home runs, 1,025 RBIs, and four silver slugger awards in his career and will likely be remembered as one of the top second baseman in the big leagues.
The moment will probably go unnoticed amongst most Dodger fans until the end of the season and the announcement of the postseason roster for the National League Division Series or Wild Card Game, but for those fans in attendance in the regular season finale on Sunday who might happen to read this, tip your cap to one of the greatest who ever played the game.
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Chase Utley #26 of the Los Angeles Dodgers could play his final game at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018.
California restaurants that sell kids' meals will have to offer milk or water as the default drink option beginning in 2019.
Kids' meals will have to be served with non-dairy alternative of less than 130 calories, water or flavored water with no added sweeteners. Sodas and sugary drinks will be available by request.
The law follows ordinances enacted in a number of cities and counties around the state in recent years.
"Our state is in the midst of a public health crisis where rates of preventable health conditions like obesity and Type-2 Diabetes are skyrocketing, due in large part to increased consumption of sugary beverages," State Senator Bill Monning, the law's author, said in a statement.
According to Monning, parents are more likely to choose a sugary drink for their children when it is the default option, even when a healthier choice is available.
Restaurants failing to follow the new law will face a minor penalty, additional violations over five- year period would result in fines starting at $250, but only a single fine would be assessed by inspection.
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Water Being Poured into Glass