Sisters of Watts, Local Nonprofit, Selected for $10,000 Super Bowl Legacy LVI Grant
LA Assistant Defense Attorney Jonathan Hatami Discusses George Gascon Recall EffortsAssistant Los Angeles District Attorney Jonathan Hatami joined the studio to discuss the recall effort currently underway for current Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon and what he considers a total absence of reform in the current methods of Gascon.
Possible strike by ABC’s unified teachers looms as ‘work slowdown’ begins MondayA “work slowdown” threatened by teachers in the ABC Unified School District is set to begin Monday as many say they are unhappy with their latest contract negotiations.
LAPD involved in traffic accidentA traffic accident involving a Los Angeles Police Department cruiser and another vehicle occurred Sunday evening near the intersection of Van Nuys Boulevard and Glenoaks. One person was taken to hospital in an unknown condition.
LAPD increases presence around Inglewood in preparation for Super Bowl LVIAs promised, LAPD patrols have been increased in the Inglewood area for the week leading up to Super Bowl LVI. A noticeable difference could be felt around the Super Bowl experience on Sunday, especially after being called into question following a fan’s hospitalization during the NFC Championship Game.
Super Bowl: Los Angeles-based Bengals and Rams fans in a rush for game dayJake Reiner reports from Inglewood where Rams fans are “getting ready” at the NFL store and members of West Bengals, a Los Angeles-based Cincinnati Bengals fan club, are gathering at 5 Line Tavern in Eagle Rock to prepare for the game .
Teenager shot dead as he slept in PalmdaleAuthorities are investigating a shooting that occurred in Palmdale early Sunday morning when a teenager was shot while sleeping in his apartment. A suspect is still at large. The boy was airlifted to a hospital where he is in stable condition.
Sisters of Watts, Local Nonprofit, Selected for $10,000 Super Bowl Legacy LVI GrantKeisha and Sisters of Watts COO and CEO Robin Daniels joined the studio to discuss their surprise Super Bowl LVI Legacy program grant, what their program is all about and how they plan to continue to bring positive change in their community.
NASCAR debuts at LA Memorial ColiseumFor the first time ever, NASCAR held a race at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, the inaugural exhibition race to start its season. Thousands of fans from across the region attended the event, many of whom were first-time NASCAR participants.
Renata Simril Explains Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program and 56 Local Organizations SelectedRenata Simril, president of the LA84 Foundation and the Play Equity Fund, joined the studio to discuss the 56 local organizations selected to represent Los Angeles and receive a grant for their individual causes.
An estimated 2,000 people took part in Sunday’s Surf City MarathonThe Surf City USA Marathon at Huntington Beach returned to its traditional date of the first Sunday in February for the first time since Sunday 2020, with a field of approximately 2,000 people taking part in the 26th running of the race.
Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong asks for the public’s help in locating a stolen carGreen Day guitarist and vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong took to Twitter on Saturday to ask for the public’s help in locating his stolen 1962 Chevy II.
Firefighters battle blaze at Century City apartment buildingFirefighters were at the scene of a building fire on Sunday, where at least one of the units was believed to be well involved in the blaze. The cause of the fire was unknown pending investigation.
Shooting in downtown Alameda leaves one dead and one injuredAuthorities are investigating a gang-related shooting that occurred Sunday morning in Central-Alameda, when two men were shot. One of the men was pronounced dead at the scene, while the other was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
COVID hospitalizations, case rates down, though officials warn residents to stay cautiousCounty health officials reported the latest COVID numbers, which are down in some areas, though they also expressed some concern about Super Bowl-related gatherings next week.
Service continues at St. John’s United Methodist Church, despite devastating fire the day beforeSunday service at St. John’s United Methodist Church continued on Sunday, despite a fire that engulfed the interior of the church the day before. Instead, members of the congregation joined outside in worship.
Sheriff Villanueva announces availability of text alerts for Super Bowl-related traffic and emergency updatesLA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced a text update system to alert people to traffic issues or emergencies related to the Super Bowl.
Family demands answers after Daniel Luna left in medically induced coma after fight at SoFi StadiumThe man hospitalized after a fight at SoFi Stadium ahead of last weekend’s NFC Championship Game remains in a medically induced coma and his family is demanding answers. reports Laurie Perez.
Inside SoCal: 2/6 RecapThose raised by past generations inspire future generations! reports Erica Olsen.
NASCAR celebrates before the radical race at the LA ColiseumThe series has taken a fresh approach to its regular lineup and cookie-cutter leads, its latest bet this special made-for-television event at the Colosseum. reports Jasmine Viel.
Navy SEAL candidate dies after completing ‘Hell Week’ trainingOne Navy SEAL candidate died and another remained hospitalized after passing the branch’s grueling “Hell Week” tests. reports Jasmine Viel.
2 teens arrested in connection with shooting and carjacking near Del Amo Fashion CenterPolice have announced the arrest of two teenagers in connection with a shooting and carjacking near the Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance. reports Amy Johnson.
Super Bowl 56 Legacy Program Highlights 56 Champion OrganizationsThe Super Bowl 56 Legacy program highlights 56 champion organizations for their work in youth engagement, workforce development and social justice throughout the Los Angeles area. For more information, visit: https://lasuperbowlhc.com/get-involved/legacy/.
Church services continue after fire engulfs 98-year-old church in WattsOn Sunday, investigators were trying to determine the cause and the culprits responsible for starting a fire at a nearly 100-year-old church in the Watts area. Reports by Tena Ezzeddine.
2 killed by suspected DUI driver in Colton are identifiedTwo people who were killed in Colton by a suspected DUI driver have been identified. reports Jasmine Viel.